He is preceded in death by his parents, 2 brothers Carl and Jim and a sister Faye Parker.Murl lived a full and happy life. He worked at Okmulgee Tech before entering the Army. During the military he was a corporal in Company G, 513th Parachute Regiment. He was captured in Belgium. He received 2 Bronze Stars, Purple Heart, Good Conduct Ribbon and the American Theater Ribbon. Wounded in action, a POW, in several Military hospitals and a disabled Vet. After service Mural farmed and worked on road construction for G.W. Cook, as a roofer (hot oil), the oil field and PPG until it closed. He then went to work at Okmulgee Tech until he retired at 62. Murl enjoyed gardening, fishing, hunting for arrowheads, but most of all his family.
Contributions can be made to the Lackey Cemetery, Hitchita,OK.Graveside services will be 2:00pm, Wednesday, January 4, 2006 at the Lackey Cemetery in Hitchita, Ok with Rev. Wendell Brown officiating. Services under the direction of the Rogers Funeral Home.
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