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Tammy Lorraine Clark

January 3, 2013

Tammy Lorraine Clark was born October 25, 1983, in Hugo, to J.C. Cole and Vonna Lee Crisp. She passed from this life December 21, 2012 in Antlers, at the age of 29. Tammy married Tommy Clark on November 16, 2004, in Antlers. She worked as a rural mail carrier until her automotive accident five years ago. Tammy enjoyed riding horses and loved all kinds of animals. She loved to go shopping, and had a big heart, giving to charities including the D.A.V. and just about anyone in need of assistance. She was a member of the Stanley Christ Church. Tammy was preceded in death by her grandfather: Sonny Burt. She is survived by her husband: Tommy Clark of the home; her mother: Vonna Lee Fogarty and step-dad: Gerry House both of Clayton; father and step-mother: J.C. & Janet Cole of Antlers; sisters & brothers-in-law: Jessica Manning & Markus McCoy of McAlester, Peggy & Junior Black of Wynnewood, and Sarah & Joe Ingram of Daisy, Oklahoma; sisters: Diane Nelson and Louise Cole both of Atoka; brother & sister-in-law: Douglas Cole & Arlene Freeman of McAlester, Oklahoma; brother-in-law: Jim Clark of Daisy; mother-in-law: Minnie Lee Clark of Daisy; grandmother: Lavonne Burt of Buffalo Valley; step-children: Chase & Tina Clark of Daisy, Misty & Stephen Butler of Nashoba, & Michelle Clark of Bartlesville; grandchildren: Kristen Clark, Brendalyn Clark, and Bradley Clark all of Daisy, Whitney Butler and Samantha Butler both of Nashoba, Jace Clark and Conwy Clark both of Bartlesville; nieces: Hailee Cole of Clayton, and Zoe Ingram of Daisy; nephews: Dakoda Manning, Suthern Cole, Brintly Cole, and Owen Cole all of McAlester; as well as many more nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Services were held at 2:00 PM, Thursday, December 27, 2012 at Stanley Christ Church with Pastor Gary Fuller officiating. Music was “Sissy’s Song”, “If Heaven”, & “Over You”. Pallbearers included Chocky Dees, Will Robinson, David King, Chase Clark, Brandon Skipper, & Bruce Webster with Honorary Pallbearers as Markus McCoy & Joe Ingram. Interment followed at Mountain Home Cemetery in Daisy. Family and friends may send online condolences at www.millscoffey.com.

Funeral Services were conducted by: Mills~Coffey Funeral Home in Antlers

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