Mr. Henry Jackson Sears, 93, of Bartlesville, died at 1:40 P.M. on
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at the Jane Phillips Medical Center.
Graveside services for Mr. Sears will be held at 10 A.M. on Friday, July
21, 2017 at the Ramona Cemetery with Pastor Keith Acuff of the
Bartlesville Bible Holiness officiating. Funeral services and interment
are under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory.
Mr. Sears was born at Avant, Oklahoma on December 12, 1923 to Grover
Cleveland Sears and Leona Ethel (Jackson) Sears. He grew up and received
his education in the Avant and Ramona areas. He served with the U.S.
Army in the European Theatre during World War II and was awarded the
Purple Heart medal and two Bronze Stars. Following his Honorable
Discharge, he returned to Oklahoma to make his home. He had served as a
bodyguard for K.S. Adams and later was employed with Phillips Petroleum
Company in their maintenance and credit card departments. He was a
member of the Bartlesville Bible Holiness and liked to work on small
Mr. Sears is survived by three sons, Carl Sears and Charlie Sears both
of Dewey and Cleveland “Cleve” Sears of Gooding, Idaho, one daughter,
Kay Eastman of Pahrump, Nevada, and four grandchildren, Taylor Sears,
Shanda Cunningham, Justin Sears and Garrett Sears.
He was preceded in
death by his father Grover Cleveland Sears, his mother, Leona Sears, a
brother, C. L. Sears and a sister, Ruth McDonald.
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