Midwest City, Oklahoma
March 15, 2009,
Uselton, 66, died at her home in Choctaw after a short battle
with cancer. Jewel was born on July 2, 1942 in Norman to Minnie
and Jim Stinson. She attended Midwest City High School where she
met and married her soul mate and love of her life.
Jerry and Jewel Uselton were married on Jan. 21, 1959. They
just celebrated 50 years of marriage, which began with 20 years
of patience and training of Jerry and concluded with 30 years of
marital bliss. After lovingly raising their 4 children she
joined the workforce where she spent the last 20 plus years in
the surgical pathology department on the OU Medical Campus.
Jewel was preceded in death by her mother and father, 2
brothers and 2 sisters.
She is survived by her husband Jerry Uselton of the home, son
Bill Uselton, daughters: Kelly Shatswell and husband David, Judi
McMillian and husband Mike, Leslie Drake and husband Dave, 16
grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren with one more on the way,
all of Choctaw. She is also survived by 2 sisters and many
treasured sisters and brothers by marriage. The family would
like to thank her co-workers at the OU Medical Center for all
their love and unwavering support. We would also like to thank
the workers at Good Shepard Hospice for their support and
heartfelt caring shown to our precious mother and family during
this difficult time.
Funeral services were held 1 p.m., Monday, March 16, 2009 at
the funeral home chapel with burial at
I did not find an obit for Jerry Uselton
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Compiled, transcribed and submitted by Marti Graham, Oklahoma County, OKGenWeb Coordinator,
February 2009. Information
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