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Jimmy Dale Doyle
Dec 7, 1957 - Dec 11, 2016
Posted by Sharon Ingle


Jimmy Dale Doyle age 59, was born December 7th, 1957, to Jimmie Lee Doyle and Mary Ann Collins McMahan in Talihina, Oklahoma. He passed from this life December 11th, 2016 at his home in Tuskahoma, Oklahoma.

Jimmy enjoyed working on his land, raising his animals, and spending time with his grandchildren.   He worked as a Tool Pusher for many years.

His survivors include his wife Danna Doyle, his mother Mary McMahan, two daughters Talisha Light and Sheanna Griffith, two sons Zach Doyle and Jerrod Doyle, a step son Ray Cain, grandchildren Hailey, Austin, Tristan, Talon, Ayden, and Matthew. Two brothers, Vic Doyle and Darin McMahan, one sister Teresa Doyle as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

Jimmy was preceded in death by his father, Jimmie Lee Doyle.

Services will be held Friday, December 16, 2016 at Tate Chapel Freewill Baptist, 10:00 AM in Tuskahoma, Oklahoma. Officiating the service will be Rodney Tate. Interment will be at Damon Valley Cemetery at a later date.

There will be a lunch at the Tate Chapel immediately following the service.
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