Herman Clinton Kirkwood
Dec 31, 1942 - Aug 1, 2015
Posted by Jo Aguirre
Herman Kirkwood was born December 31, 1942 to Clint & Gracie Kirkwood in Konawa, OK and entered the gates of Heaven August 1, 2015.
Herman married the love of his life, Sharron Henslee, on May 29, 1965, celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year.
Preceded in death by his parents, brother, Gregory, and mother & father-in-law, Mollie & Albert Henslee.
Survived by his wife, Sharron; sister, Claudine Dye; brother, Bill Kirkwood; children, Kris (Misty), Kellie Bruner (Jerry), & Kevin (Pam); 11 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; & many friends.
Herman proudly served the City of OKC as a Police Officer, retiring in 1988 after 20 years; also served 20 years with the Oklahoma Army National Guard. Herman was an avid Historian of Oklahoma Outlaws & Lawmen and President & Founder of Okla. Outlaw Lawmen History Assoc.
Viewing will be Tuesday, 9am-9pm, with family present from 6-8pm at Mercer-Adams. Services will be Wednesday, August 5, 10:00am at First Baptist Church of Bethany with interment in Vista Cemetery, Konawa, OK.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The 1st Baptist
Church of Bethany Music Program.
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