Eldon Everett Stanbrough, son of Emmett and Stella Stanbrough, was born January 27, 1931 at Guthrie, Ok.† He spent his childhood years and attended school at Morrison, Ok.
On April 16, 1952, Eldon was inducted into the U.S. Army and was assigned to an artillery unit.† On July 5, 1952, he was united in marriage to Patricia at Perry, Ok., then proudly served his country in Korea.† He was awarded the Korean Service medal, United Nations Service medal, National Defense Service medal and a Good Conduct medal and was honorably discharged in March of 1954.
Three children blessed Eldon and Patís home.† Ronald Dean, Vanda Charemane and Jane Ann all brought joy in their own special way.† The oilfield and related services was Eldonís choice of occupation.† Through the years the family lived in Spain, the Philippines and Odessa, Tx. before settling in Woodward, Ok. where he passed from this life on August 25, 2017 at the age of 86.
Eldon was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Pat, his son, Ronald Dean and his daughter, Jane Ann Huckeba.†
He is survived by his daughter, Vanda Hutton, two grandsons, Miles Karpe III and Weldon Hunter Huckeba.† Four great grandchildren, Maximus Karpe IV, Hunter Alexander Huckeba, Emily Mae Huckeba and Hailey Reighn Huckeba.† One nephew, Steve Stanbrough and one niece, Janice Bliss, other relatives and numerous friends.
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