Anthony Richard Daffern August31, 1971 - December 31, 2014 Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
No services are planned for Anthony Richard Daffern, 43, of Ada.
Mr. Daffern died Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at an Oklahoma City hospital. He was born August 31, 1971 in Coalgate to Charles Richard and Sue Heck Daffern. He graduated from Tupelo High School and was employed with Ready Ice Company.
Survivors include his mother, Sue Heck Daffern of Ada; two brothers, Gabe Daffern of Tupelo and Ricky Daffern of Idabel; two sisters, Amanda Daffern of Tupelo and Kate Florbeis of Yucaipa, CA; his uncles and aunts. Kenny and Kathy Heck, Ada, Bob and Arleen Heck, Del Rio, TX, Angie and Ray Major, Plainview, TX, Floyd and Sue Daffern, Baltimore, MD, and Junior and Lola Daffern, David and Deloris Daffern, Jerry Daffern, Gary and Linda Daffern and Danny and Imogene Daffern, all of Centrahoma; and two aunts, Debbie Hensley and Connie Johnson, both of Haworth.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Richard Daffern; grandparents, Henry Bob and Alice Heck and Eula Yates and Buster Daffern.
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