Earl Eugene Butts
Oct 11, 1945 - Jan 24, 2015
Posted by Janet Laubhan Flickinger
Earl Eugene Butts,
69, of Norman, passed from this life on January 24, 2015. He was born on October
11, 1945 in Weslaco, TX to Earl and Cordia (Dougherty) Butts.
Earl entered into the US Navy on October 21, 1965. He went to the US Naval Air Station Corps school in San Diego, CA for Corpsman Training, finishing out in HT-8 Alf Ellyson, Pensacola, FL on October 20, 1967. He married the love of his life, Judy Ann Miller, on October 27, 1967 at First Christian Church of Norman and together they shared 47 wonderful years of marriage and 2 sons.
Earl worked 23 years at Wilson Foods as an industrial engineer, 8 years at United Design-overseeing Health and Safety, and 8 years at Insurica Insurance as a claims adjuster.
He was preceded in death by his father, Earl Witt Butts, Jr. and his Search and Rescue dogs whom he loved dearly, Abbe and Sadie.
Survivors include his mother, Cordia M. Butts; wife of 47 years, Judith Ann Butts; sons, Stephen Butts and wife Kelly and their children, Chris and Kaylea; and Michael Butts and wife Stacy and their children, Matt, Hailee and Bryce; and brother, Richard Butts and wife Janet and their children Zach and Madison.
Visitation will begin Monday, January 26, 2015 at 4pm with family receiving friends from 6-8pm at Havenbrook Funeral Home. Services for Earl are 2:00PM, Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at Havenbrook Funeral Home Chapel.
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