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Vol Dennis Kester
Nov 5, 1936 - Nov 20, 2018
Posted by: Jo Aguirre


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Vol Dennis Kester, 82, of Bartlesville, died Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Vol was born on November 5, 1936 in Bartlesville, OK to Amos Loveland Kester and Evelyn Marie Olson. He graduated from College High in 1954. Vol worked for Phillips Petroleum Company in the accounting department for 42 years. He married Patricia Johnson in 1960 and later married Regina Carruth in 1976. Vol enjoyed game roosters, horses, politics and all sports. He loved his grandsons.

He was preceded in death by his mother, father, brother and sisters.

Vol is survived by one son, Wade Alden Kester of Bartlesville: one daughter, Shannon Lee Eckert and husband Donnie Eckert of Dewey: and four grandsons; Dustin Kester and wife Sherry of Olathe, KS, Michael Eckert, AJ Eckert and Kaiden Eckert of Dewey.

Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at the First Church of God in Dewey, OK with interment at Memorial Park Cemetery in Bartlesville, OK.  

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