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Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
March 3, 1994
 
 

Roy David Treaster, 24, of MWC, passed away Monday, Feb. 28, 1994. Born May 14, 1969 in Lawton, Ok. to David Ray and Emily Jean (Satoe) Treaster . He was a tile worker and coached little league baseball. [Roy David Treaster, 24, was found dead with multiple stab wounds in his back Feb. 28, 1994, on a church lawn in Midwest City. ]

Preceded in death by his father, David Ray Treaster.

Survived by his mother, Emily of the home; 2 brothers, Steven Ray Treaster , OKC and William Jason Treaster, MWC; a sister, Toni Duenow, MWC; half sister, Paulette Jobe, Grayson, Ky.; and half brother, Richard Lee Kiser, OKC; grandmother, Rosetta Treaster , OKC; grandfather, Theodore Satoe, Sr., Anadarko, Ok.; a very special friend, Jennifer Glenn of MWC.

Services will be 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 4, 1994 at Country Estates Baptist Church, 1000 S. Midwest Blvd., MWC with burial at Arlington Memory Gardens


... Contributed by Marti Graham, Transcriber, 07/27/2012. Information posted as courtesy to researchers. The contributor is not related to nor researching any of the above.  

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