Stockton, Charles E. & Maggie
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Sapulpa Herald
Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma
Wednesday, November 23, 1977

C. E. Stockton Dies at 77

Charles E. Stockton, 77, of 709 S. Popular, died Wednesday morning in Bartlett Memorial Hospital Medical Center.

Born Oct 5, 1900, in Independence, Ark. he had been a Sapulpa resident since 1965, moving from Tulsa when he retired after 24 years as a truck driver for West Tulsa Texaco refinery.

He was a member of the Kellyville Pentecostal church.

Survivors are his widow Maggie of the home; a brother, Jess, of Comanche; and half sister, Mrs. Nora Smith of Okmulgee.

Services will be at 10:30 am Saturday in the Kellyville Pentecostal church with the Rev. Vernie Edwards and Rev. Roy Smith officiating. Interment will be in Mounds Cemetery under direction of Owen Funeral Home.


Sapulpa Herald
Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma
Friday, November 25, 1977

C. E.. Stockton Rites Saturday

Funeral services for Charles E. Stockton will be at 10:30 am Saturday in the Kellyville Pentecostal church with the Rev. Vernie Edwards and Rev. Roy Smith officiating

Stockton, 77, of 709 S. Popular died Wednesday.

Interment will be in Mounds Cemetery under direction of Owen Funeral Home with the following pallbearers: John Romine, Fred Woods, Avery Kelly, Troy Whitehouse, Earl Hiett, and Clint McGuire.


FUNERAL CARD

Charles E. Stockton
October 5, 1900 ~ November 23, 1977

SERVICES
Free Pentecostal Church
Kellyville, Oklahoma
October 24, 1977, Monday 2:30pm

CLERGYMAN
Reverend Vernie Edwards

PIANIST
Joyce Whitehouse

SINGERS
Wilma Lovell, Nancy Edwards
Earlene Bostick, Lennie Heard

ORGANIST
Lorena McGuire

PALLBEARERS
Clint Williams, Avery Kelly, Earl Virgin
Harmon Carmichael, John Romine, Charlie Avery

INTERMENT
South Heights Cemetery
Sapulpa, Oklahoma

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