Funeral arrangements are by Ford Funeral Service, Midwest City.Wilma "Jean" Adams, passed away peacefully March 22, 2008 in Midwest City.Amos is survived by his sister, Debra Tiger of Konawa. Anderson, 63 of Clifton, died Thursday, March 13, 2008 at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Surviving is his wife, Sheila Allen Anderson; one daughter, Tammy Gray and husband, Tom, of San Antonio, Texas; two grandchildren: Alexis and Luke of San Antonio, Texas; one sister, Shirley Rothell of Stephenville, Texas; five brothers: Glen Thomas of Blanchard, Okla., Richard Thomas of Charleston, Ark., David Thomas of Wewoka, Steve Thomas of Byng, Okla., and Randall Owens of Topeka, Kan.; two stepsons: Jerome Gallaher of Clifton and Josh Gallaher of Waynesboro; and three step-grandchildren. She married Leonard Lee Anderson, on June 10, 1963, in Chandler. Two daughters, Charlotte Leonard and Martha Novotny, five brothers, and 1 sister preceded her in death. He attended school in New Lima and served his country in the U. Anson had also lived in Stroud and Holdenville for some time. She was a homemaker and attended Temple of Praise Church, in Seminole. Services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole. Armstrong passed away on Friday, March 28, 2008 in Austin, Texas at the age of 78. Mary Jo, age 79, passed peacefully on Wednesday, Feb. Mary Jo and family moved to Phoenix from Oklahoma in 1971. Messages of condolences may be sent to the family online at memorial service for longtime Pottawatomie County resident Gene Azlin is scheduled for 2 p.m.Memorial services for former Seminole resident Jackie "Jack" Herbert Anderson were held March 15 at the home of Jack and Sheila. Jack was a native of Tracy City, Tenn., and was the son of the late Jessie Elbert Anderson and Narva A, Johnson Owens. Anderson was an instructor at Columbia State Community College and Corrections Corporation of America. Survivors include two sons, John Arthur, of Bowlegs and Jerry Wayne Smith, of Francis; and one brother, John Coleman, of Prague. Arbuckle is survived by three sons, Junior and Sylvester Arbuckle, of Seminole, and Donnie Arbuckle, of Meridan, one daughter, Annie Beaudion, of Purcell, step-son, A. Arbuckle, and Step-daughter, Irene Hedrick, of Seminole, two brothers, Robert Holder of Turnlock, Calif., and Billly Holder, of Kingston, Calif., also 11 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and 21 great-great-grandchildren. Services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, 100 West Strothers, in Seminole, (Phone 405-382-3456. She was involved with many charities, the Power Squadron and the Cholla Club. J., to parents Benjamin Brey and Bertha (Rupp) Brey. She was the wife of a military retiree and a mother and great-grandmother. Wednesday at the Maud Community Center with Miles Knutson officiating.
She was affiliated with Hitchitee Methodist Church and the Tusekia-Harjo Band. He was the owner and operator of Twister Drilling Company in Konawa.
She was a member of Desk and Derrick and the Tri-County Bowling League.
In 1969, Jean moved to Midwest City where she resided until her death.
Her three sisters preceded her in death: Alma Taylor and Juanita Cash, of Shawnee and Geneva Martin of Ft Worth, Texas.
She was survived by Kenneth and Francine Taylor, of Seminole; Don and Mary Taylor and Harold Taylor of Kingston, and many others.