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Delbert Ray Lott Obit

Sep 03, 1937 - Apr 04, 2021
Posted by: Jo Aguirre




Buchanan Funeral Service
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK
(permission granted)


Delbert Ray Lott was born on September 3, 1937 to Myrtle and Roy Lott, Jr. He passed away on April 4, 2021.

Delbert was preceded in death by his parents, his two brothers, Carl Lott and Donnie Lott and his son, Michael Ray Lott.

He is survived by his wife, Wayna Lott; daughters, Stacie and her husband Raymond Pugh, Matoaka and husband Nick Milligan; grandchildren, Joshua Pugh, Harper Pugh, Kenton Pugh, Michael McMichael, Tyler McMichael, Isabella Lott and Jake Lott; 8 great-grandsons and 4 great-granddaughters.

A graveside service for Delbert will be at 10 AM, Friday, April 16th at Green Hill Cemetery in Lindsay, Oklahoma.

A memorial service will follow at 1 PM at Tulakes Baptist Church, 6715 NW 50th, Bethany, Oklahoma.



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