Archive - Dec 22, 2011 - Obituary
Linda Lebarre of Del City passed from this life December 14, 2011 at the age of 57. She was born February 16, 1954 to Clyde and Vergie Igo in Oklahoma City. Â Linda enjoyed the outdoors, sunny days and playing bingo.Â Linda is preceded in death by her parents, husband, William Lee Lebarre; 3 brothers; Ronald Dean Igo, Kenneth Igo and Clyde Clifton; 1 sister; Betty Jean Knight. Â She is survived by her nephew, Jeremiah Clyde Igo, of Antlers, whom she raised like a son, a niece, Jennifer Anita Igo, of Arizona; her dog Sarah and several other loving relatives and friends.
Talmadge Lee (Tuffie) Stone passed from this life December 14, 2011 in West Plains, MO., at the age of 77 after a severe illness. Â He was born January 6, 1934 in Dunbar to James I. and Vishey Lee (Gregg) Stone. He met Joyce Ann Garrison in Sacramento, CA and married Joyce on August 1, 1965 in Carson City, NV. Â He started school in Moyers where he attended school until about the 4th grade when the family moved to Antlers where he attended school before moving to Hatfield, AR. for high school.
Clifton U. Gideon was born March 16, 1925 in Dunbar to Oscar Vondo and Etta (Borden) Gideon. He passed from this life December 13, 2011 in Antlers at the age of 86. Clifton served his country in the United States Army during World War II. He proudly served on secret missions in the invasions of Hollandia-Aitape on April 22, 1944 and Finschhafen on May 11, 1944. Cliff received several medals & commendations for his service. Including the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Honorable Service Lapel Button WWII, & Sharpshooter Badge and Rifle Bar.
Virginia Lee Weaver was born April 29, 1919 in Antlers to Finis W. and Julia Bernice (Hurley) Bruce. She passed from this life December 18, 2011 in Antlers at the age of 92. Virginia married Henry David "H.D." Weaver in Antlers on January 14, 1939. Together, they raised a son and were married until his passing. Virginia was a member of the Methodist Church for all of her life. She was involved in United Methodist Women (UMW), and she served as the Sunday School secretary for many years. Virginia enjoyed sewing and traveling.