Reuben Lamar Sockey Submitted by: Sue Hearon
Reuben Lamar Sockey, age 78, of Tuskahoma, Oklahoma passed away Saturday, June 13, 1998. He was born on August 14, 1919 near Boskoshe, Oklahoma. Mr. Sockey was the son of the late Richard Anderson Sockey, Sr. and Minnie E. Tubbs. Reuben was a veteran of World War II and served in the European Theatre and was a member of the American Legion of Talihina. Mr. Sockey also worked as a government employee at the Talihina Indian Hospital, retiring after 25 years of service. He was a member of several leadership jobs at the First Baptist Church of Tuskahoma.
Survivors include his wife, Juanita; two daughters, Norma Austin and Charlotte Uswell, both of Clayton, Oklahoma; three sons, Billy Dean Sockey, of Snow, Oklahoma, Reuben Sockey, Jr, and Robert Sockey of Poteau, Oklahoma; one brother, Clennon E. Sockey, of Muldrow, Oklahoma; one sister, Evalena W. Garrison, of Muldrow; three granddaughters, ten grandsons, nine great-grandchildren nod several nieces and nephews.
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