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1954 - 2015

Oran Lee Cox was born on October 21, 1954, in Fort Hood, Texas, and departed this life on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, in Chandler, Oklahoma, at the age of 60.
Oran, the son of Gwindle Lee and Jimmie Ted Stipe Cox, was a resident of Chandler.
He retired from the United States Army during which time he served in Desert Storm.
Following his retirement he worked for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
His father preceded Oran in death.
Survivors include his mother, Jimmie Ted Taliaferro of Chandler; brothers, Marshall Cox of Chandler, Joe Cox of Norman and Dezmon Taliaferro of Chandler; sister, Sarene Deeds of Ozark, Missouri, niece, Aline Cox; nephews, Austin R. Deeds and J.T. Cox as well as other relatives and numerous friends.

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