Kevin Wayne Sparks © Cheyenne Star 26 Feb 2009 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Kevin Wayne Sparks of McLean, Texas passed away Monday, February 23, 2009 at the age of 45 years.
Kevin was born December 16, 1963 to David and Shirley Packard Sparks.
He had been a resident of McLean for several years.
He married Deanna Sherly Billingsley on May 8, 1996 at Leedey, Oklahoma.
He was employed by Linn Energy as an oilfield production foreman.
He was a member of the Trinity Fellowhip Church of McLean.
He is survived by his wife, Deanna Sparks of McLean; his parents, Davis and Shirley Sparks of Hammon, Oklahoma; a daughter, Candance Allmon of Sayre, Oklahoma; three sons, Tyler Copenhaver of McLean, Texas; Dustin Copenhaver of McLean, Texas; Jeremy Justus of Elk City, Oklahoma; two sisters, Sherry Sparks of Hammon, Oklahoma; and Debbie Scott of Elk City, Oklahoma; as well as numerous friends.
Services were held Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at the Trinity Fellowship Church in McLean with Ronnie Ferguson officiating.
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