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Landon Lee Endres
Nov 19, 1976 - Jul 11, 2017
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Landon Lee Endres was born Nov. 19, 1976, at Okarche. He died July 11,
2017, at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at the age of 40.
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A prayer service is at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 17, 2017, with Deacon John
Mass of Christian Burial is 10 a.m. today, July 18, 2017, with the Rev.
Rex Arnold and Deacon Max Schwarz officiating.
Both services will be held at Holy Trinity Church, Okarche.
Burial follows in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Services are under the
direction of Huber-Benson Funeral Home, El Reno.
Landon was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ancel and Lois Hoebing,
and George Jr. and Marie Endres; uncle, Mike Endres; and cousins,
Shelley Minor and Alex Schemmer.
He was a member of Holy Trinity Church, Knights of Columbus, Association
of General Contractors, and the founding member of the "Bridge Club."
He graduated from Okarche High School and attended Oklahoma State
University, where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Construction
Management. He was co-owner/operator of Frontier Bridge.
Landon is survived by his wife, Tresa (Hill) Endres, whom he married
Sept. 16, 2000, in Okarche.
He is also survived by his children, Tyson Marie, Cody Lee and Blake
Elizabeth Endres, all of the home; parents, Donnie and Laura (Cissie)
Endres of Okarche; sister, Heather Jones and husband, Eric of Okarche,
brothers, Raymond Flatt and wife Janis, Spencer Flatt, Riley Flatt, Jon
Alig and wife, Rhiannon, and Brad Wittrock and wife, Wendi all of
Okarche; father-in-law, Curt Hill and wife, Kolleen of Drummond;
mother-in-law, Judy Hill of Drummond; granny, Mildred Myers,
sister-in-law Traci and husband Gene Broomfield of Ames, brother-in-law,
Cody Hill of Kingfisher, step-brother-in-law, Bo Kottwitz and wife,
Jennifer of Lusk, Wyo.; step-sister-in- law, Morgan Winters and husband,
Wager of Kingfisher; nieces and nephews, Kale and Malynn Broomfield,
Dawson Turner, Cy, Dakota and Abbie Jones, Callie Hill, Greely Winters,
Peyton and Abby Kottwitz.
An Endres Family Benefit Fund has been set up at: the First Bank of
Okarche, P.O. Box 155, Okarche, OK 73762, for Landon and Tresa's
Published on July 17, 2017
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