William M Gillion © by: Jo Aguirre for the Oklahoma Cemeteries Website
Submitted by: Sharon Lee
Funeral services for William Gillion were held at 11 am Monday December 11, 2000 at the First United Methodist Church of Bokoshe. Burial was at Old Bokoshe Cemetery under direction of Evans and Miller Funeral Home of Poteau.
William Gillion, born 14 Oct 1936, age 64, of Bokoshe Oklahoma died Friday December 8, 2000 in Bokoshe.
He was the manager of the Jimmy Jones Company, a member of the First United Methodist Church of Bokoshe, a member of the Sehorn Barkley Post 75 American Legion, a member of the Lions Club and a Korean War Veteran.
Survivors include his wife Anita ; two sons William A. Gillian of Atoka OK. and Douglas M. Gillian of Ft. Smith AR; one stepson, Alan Tobler of Spiro OK.; his mother, Martha L. Gillion of Bokoshe; two brothers Jay Gillian of Sumpter SC. and Bobby of Cardwell, MO. ; two sisters June Meek of Poteau OK. and Mary Converse of Tishomingo OK. and 5 grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be W.C. and Curtis Means, Sherman Dix, Jay and Bob Gillian and Jeff Meek.
William was an AO3 in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict.
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