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Donnie E. Aikins
07 Jan 1999
© Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Donnie E. Aikins was born September 4, 1942 in Shaw, Kansas to Nellie Mae and Oliver Carl Aikins and passed away January 3, 1999 in the Jackson County Memorial Hospital of Altus, Oklahoma at the age of 56 years, 3 months and 29 days.

Donnie graduated from Chanute High School and later joined the United States Navy and served during the Vietnam War.

After his discharge, he worked in a machine shop and lived in Enid, Oklahoma.

He moved to Katy, Texas in 1972 and began working as a carpenter. He remained there until the early 1990's when he moved to Needville, Texas.

In 1995, he moved north of Sayre, Oklahoma where he and Kay Patton owned and operated the D & K Corner Store.

Donnie and Kay were married on April 26, 1998 in Wheeler, Texas and they continued to make their home north of Sayre.

He attended the Cheyenne First Baptist Church.

Services were at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, January 5, 1999 at the Rose Chapel officiated by Terrell Romberg.

A second memorial was held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 6, 1999 in the Johnson Mortuary Chapel, Chanute, Kansas.

Interment followed in the Shaw Cemetery.

He is survived by his wife Kay of the home; one son Donnie Aikins, Jr. of San Antonio, Texas; one daughter, Roxanna Brock of Beasely, Texas; one stepdaughter, Samantha Strasky of Needville, Texas; two stepsons, Kenneth Wayne McCarthy of Dallas, Texas; and Tommie George McCarthy of Centerville, Texas; eleven grandchildren, Victoria Rae Aikins, Haley Leigh Stronsky, Stetson Lewis Stronsky, Brandon Daniel McCarthy, Destiny Amber McCarthy, Tammy, Tonya, Hunter and Cassie McCarthy, Justin Bratt and Jenny and Jerry Brock; his father, Carl Aikins of Chanute, Kansas; two sisters, Judy Wallace of Claremore, Oklahoma; and Joyce Brooks of Siloam Springs, Arkansas; six brothers, Marvin Aikins of Chanute, Kansas; Larry Aikins of Athens, Texas; Glen Aikins of Bixby, Oklahoma; Kenny Aikins of Sand Springs, Oklahoma; Freddie Aikins of Sand Springs, Oklahoma; Freddie Aikins of Mannford, Oklahoma; and Jimmy Aikins of Wellington, Kansas; as well as a host of other relatives and friends.



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