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Eva Nell Wilkins

April 21, 2011

Eva Nell Wilkins was born October 8, 1926 in Soper to Ruby and Lucille (Mote) Sinks. She went home to be with the Lord April 16, 2011 in Antlers at the age of 84. Eva lived in this area for the past seven years. She enjoyed watching westerns and wrestling. She especially loved spending time with her friends and family. Eva was preceded in death by her parents: Ruby & Lucille Sinks; brothers: Willie Sinks and James Sinks; grandchildren: Wesley Michael Kellogg, Thomas Ray Wilkins and Tametha Lawon Burnett. She is survived by three sons: Rube John Wilkins, Thomas Wilkins and Travis Wilkins; two daughters: Virginia Diggins and Eva Jewel Baze; grandchildren: Cindy Ripka, Angie Ripka, Michael Boyett, Jimmy Boyett, Mindy Boyett, Kenny Wilkins, Tammy Marston, Travis Wilkins and Anthony Wilkins; great grandchildren: Rachael Largent, Jennifer Largent, Krystle Largent, Ray Largent, Wesley Kellogg, Josh Kellogg, Magan Kellogg, Dakota Kellogg, Morgan Kellogg, Jordan Kellogg, Jayden Kellogg, Angelina Kellogg, Hannah Kellogg, Zakkry Johnson, Chanceton Tipton and Cheaci Tipton; great-great grandchildren: Issiac Clark, McKinley Clark, Aaliyah Fuller, Dylan Kellogg, Hailey Johnson, Hayden Johnson, Bryson Boyett, Jordan Boyett and Riley Parker Boyett; two brothers: Rueben Sinks and Charles Sinks; three sisters: Zella Wade, Alfie Harmer and Mary Belcher; many nieces and nephews; as well as many other relatives and friends that will miss her dearly. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the Mills & Coffey Chapel in Antlers with Reverend Bill Daniels officiating. Musical selections included: “Amazing Grace,” “In the Arms of an Angel,” “My Mama’s Love,” “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” and “My Angel.” Pallbearers included: Rueben Sinks, Charles Sinks, Travis Wilkins, Kenny Wilkins, Dennis Allensworth and Charlie Baze. Interment followed at the Antlers City Cemetery. Family and friends may send online condolences at

Funeral services conducted by
Mills & Coffey Funeral Home in Antlers

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