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McCartney’s Johnson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Carol Yvonne (Easley) Rains passed away Friday, September 23, 2016 at the Pawhuska Nursing Home. She was 78 years old. Carol was born May 11, 1938 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was soon ... (www.facebook.com)
Janet was born New Year's Day January 1, 1943 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to Lucinda and Henry Jech and selected as Little Miss Pawhuska 1943. She graduated from Pawhuska High School in 1961 and sang soprano in the acappella... (legacy.com)
Mary “ Hump-a-to-ka" Easley Avery, 76, passed away at her home in the Indian Village on August 22, 2016 in Pawhuska, Ok. Mary was born to George Easley and Lea Ona Tussing. Mary was a mother, a grammie, a great-grammie and a great-great-grammie. (www.facebook.com)
His body was dumped at the Johnson Funeral Home in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, where it was dutifully embalmed with arsenic. But nobody ever came to collect the corpse. That was the beginning of Elmer’s journey to the California fun house. His body was dumped at ... (ozy.com)
2016 at First Baptist Church of Pawhuska, OK located at 302 E. 6th. Interment followed at Pawhuska Cemetery under the direction of McCartney's Johnson Funeral Home. (Tulsa World)
"Hold faithfulness and sincerity as first principles."- Confucius, The Analects When someone you love loses a loved one, your first instinct is to comfort. Follow that instinct. If you are sincere, your heartfelt words and expressions of love are always welcome. There are a few suggestions I woul...
What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...