Marie Jones Graveside services for former Seminole County resident Marie Jones are scheduled for 12 noon Monday at Rest Haven Cemetery, Seminole. To John Tho- mas and Mary Ellen (Arnold) Churchill. Burial is to follow at Res- thaven Memorial Park under the direction of Cooper Fu- neral Home. 26, 2001 in a car accident in Shawnee at the age of 58. 24, 1943 in Pine Springs to Fredrick Lee and Jewel Addie (Hadden) Morton. Morton was reared in Farris and Lindsey and moved to Shawnee in 1950. He married Linda Kay Yo- der in Holdenville on June 15, 1963. was killed in an accident at Mc Alester Feed Mill Wednesday, Nov. Key moved to Arpelar in 1998 where he worked at the Mc Alester Feed Mill as foreman.
She will lie in state at the fu- neral home until 8 p.m. She was preceded in death by her son, Harvey Jones. Morton was a successful business man and a friend to many, who dedicated his life to work. Burial is to follow at Maple Grove Cemetery under the direc- tion of Swearingen Funeral Home. 26, 2001 at Ambassador Manor Nursing Home in Tulsa at the age of 89. He was preceded in death by his sister, Joanna Key; two grand- fathers, Roy Key and Joe Allison; and one grandmother, Pearl Hart. His first wife, Ellen (Weeden) Williams, preceded him in death. She was born to William Grady and Vivian Nelms on Feb. Sharp attended and graduated from Wewoka High School. Sharp taught school in Crom- well before moving to Wichita, Kan., in 1972.Survivors include her daugh- ter, Yvonne Woods, Fort Worth; numerous grandchildren; and one sister, Lula Harding, Tulsa. Lee Jones will offici- ate; burial will follow at Res- thaven Memorial Park, Shawnee, under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. Boyanton retired from the maintenance department of the Goff Corporation. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Bobby Boyanton. He enjoyed fishing and camping and barbecuing with friends and family. Morton is survived by his wife of the home; one son and daughter-in-law, Steven and Cassie Morton of Bethel Acres; two daughters and sons- in-law, Paula and Stephen Robbins of Bethel Acres and Shelly and Kevin Sawyer of Hewitt, Texas; 10 grandchil- dren, Aaron Morton, Jericho Morton, Stormie Morton, Ty- ler Robbins, Ryan Robbins, Tristan Robbins, Tiffany Rob- bins, Patrick Sawyer, Jessica Sawyer, Jennifer Sawyer; one sister, Myrtle Low of Choc- taw; five brothers and sisters- in-law, Jim and Betty Morton of Kansas, Ernest and Vesta Morton of Tecumseh, Darrell and Doris Morton of Enid, Mike and Ginger Morton of Meeker, and Dale and Nancy Morton of Tecumseh; one un- cle, Ben Morton of Antlers; two aunts, Minnie Ada,s of Boswell and Lois Elkins of Tishomingo; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many, many friends. He is survived by his wife of the home; five daughters, April Key and Hailey Key both of Oklahoma City, and Bridget Key, Maddy Key, and Bailey Key, all of the home; two sons, Cody and Devin Key, both of the home; his mother, of Arpelar; his father, of Oklahoma City; his step-father, Darrell Byerly of Holdenville; four brothers, Larry Key of Holdenville, Roy Key of Ada, Ronnie Key of Lamar, and Billy Key of Oklahoma City; his for- mer wife, of Oklahoma City; his grandmother, Dorothy Key of Oklahoma City; and grandpar- ents, Bill and Tootsie Byerly of Holdenville. He was a trucking contractor with Parkhill Trucking company in Tulsa. He was also preceded in death by his parents; one son, Odes B. Williams is survived by his wife, of the home; one step-son, David Moore, Duncan; one daughter, Neta Sue Anderson, Claremoore; one step-daughter, Deanna Griesler, North Bruns- wick, N. Interment will follow at the Oakwood Cemetery, under the direction of Stout-Phillips Funeral Home. She retired at the age of 65 from the staff of the Wichita State University Police Department. Miller is preceded in death by his parents; two brothers; one son; and one great-grandchild. Mullins was a retired Konawa Nursing Home Employee. She was preceded in death by her husband; two sons, Hughie and Jay Mullins; three daughters, Alma Green, Betty Ramsey, Molly Hill, and four grandchil- dren.