James Valton “J.V.” Lobaugh
James Valton Lobaugh was born May 7, 1931, at Vanoss, Oklahoma, to parents Valton and Deletha Lobaugh. He died on September 22, 2022, at his home at the ageof 91, surrounded by family.
J.V. attended school at Vanoss, Oklahoma, for two years, then attended school at Stratford, Oklahoma, from the third grade until graduation from high school. He attended college at O.B.U. in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He then attended Southwestern Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas, and received a Bachelor of Divinity Degree. J.V. married Laquita Newman, both age 19, while attending O.B.U. They were married for 72 years. He became pastor of a church at the age of 19 and continued to pastor and minister to churches in Oklahoma for 59 years. He also participated in severalcrusades in various places including Old Mexico, Ohio, Colorado, and Michigan. He was chosen to preach the annual message at an Oklahoma Baptist Convention and was a speaker at a chapel service at Southwestern Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. He also visited Egypt and Israel with a tour group of 57 people. He also served as chaplain to the Altus PoliceDepartment fora period of time.
He was preceded in death by his mother Deletha Lobaugh, age 65, his father Valton Lobaugh, age 92, and his step-mother Florene Wyatt Lobaugh, age 106.
He is survived by his wife Laquita; sonJames Lynn Lobaugh; daughter Susan Bull and husband Jim; granddaughter Sarah Yount and husband Reggy and their children, Jackson, Reed, and Knox; grandson Matthew Fibla-Yates and wife Emma and their children, Esmae and Mia; stepgrandson Kerry and wife Jaclyn and their children, Easton and Evyn.
Other survivors are a step-brother: Ken Wyatt and wife Julie; a step-sister: Lou Ann Glogorski; four cousins: Bernadene McGinnis, Neketa West, Doyle Lobaugh, and Donna SuePecore; and a loving host of other family and friends.
Graveside funeral service for Doris Filip will be held at 10:00am, Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at Fairlawn Cemetery in Chickasha, OK. Brother Kim Hayes will officiate.
The family of beloved Doris Filip is grieved to announce she has passed on September 11, 2022.
She was born Nov 11, 1947 in Cogar, OK to Leslie and Mary Jane Guinn, who preceded her in death. She is also preceded in death by Kenneth Ray Sanders whom she married Feb 17, 1967; and her son William Frank Filip.
She is survived by her husband Otto Filip married December 17, 1988 in Chickasha, OK. She is also survived by her daughters Tina and Tessa (Kenneth) and Cassandra (Otto). Her five sisters, four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
She will be laid to rest at Fairlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home.
Donald Anthony Trammell
Graveside funeral service for Donald A. Trammell, 68, of Chickasha, OK will be at 10:00am, Friday, September 16, 2022 at Memory Lane Cemetery, Anadarko, OK. Viewing will be Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am-7:00pm with the family receiving visitors from 4:00pm-6:00pm Thursday.
Donald (Blue) Trammell was born on January 11, 1954 to Lee Roy Trammell and Dorothy Jones Trammell. He died on September 10, 2022. He was raised in the Chickasha area all of his life. He grew up in a large, close knit family and over the years acquired many friendships, some life long. He married his high school sweetheart, Mary J McKim, in 1973. Together they raised their daughter Brande and her little brother Donnie (his name sake), who passed away at three years of age. Over the course of their 49 years of marriage he and Mary enjoyed helping to raise their three grandchildren; Ariana Brown, Ethan Trammell and Gracie Lee (Trammell). Blue cherished his two great-grandbabies Kyrie Gene and Kiersleigh Don, ages two and nine months.
He was a wonderful friend, brother, cousin, uncle and husband who fulfilled his roll as “Dad,” “PaPa” and “Great Grampa” very well. He was a hard worker, jack of all trades, “go to” guy who could fix just about anything and was loved by all who knew him. Blue was a lover, a fighter, a loyal friend that was always ready to help anyone he could, any way he could. He was good at everything he endeavored to do, working as a carpenter and an oil field hand. He held various supervisor positions and ended a 20 year career as a truck driver in 2016. He was always an excellent provider for his family.
He had a quick witted way of expressing himself. He could compliment or cut you all in the same breath, but you loved him anyway! Blue was a clown and smart aleck, cracking everyone up one minute or hurting your feelings the next minute! He was bold and fearless all of his life, right up to the end, and died peacefully in his sleep at home with his loved ones nearby.
He was preceded in death by his father Lee Roy Trammell; mother Dorothy Trammell Franklin and stepfather Ottis Lee Franklin; brothers Denny, David and Daniel; and sisters Virginia Haner and Valery Franklin.
He is survived by his wife Mary Trammell of the home; Diana and Davey Miller of Rush Springs; Claudette and Michael Holsapple of Oklahoma City; Lee Ann and Scottie Williams of Marlow; Doug and Cheryl Trammell of El Reno; and Terry Franklin of Louisiana.
Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home.
Cynthia Graham Bramblett
Graveside memorial service for Cynthia Lee Bramblett will be at 2:00pm, Monday, September 12, 2022 in the Verden Cemetery, Verden Oklahoma.
Cynthia Lee Bramblett, 66, passed peacefully from this life to her heavenly home on September 7, 2022, in Oklahoma City, surrounded by her family. Cindy was born June 25, 1956, in Subic bay, the Philippines to John Gerald Downes and Chiquita Osborne Downes, where her father was stationed in the Navy. Cindy was approximately eight years old when the family moved to the Verden area where her father was a Navy recruiter in Chickasha, Oklahoma, in the late 1960s. She attended Verden schools and graduated a few months ahead of her class and moved to Norman where she attended OU. When she returned home, she worked for the BIA in Anadarko. Cindy met and married Frank Graham of Verden and they were blessed with two sons, Jason Don Graham and Eric Patrick Graham. Cindy later met and married Jerry Bramblett. They were married for ten years. In her last years her constant companion was Howard Tallent of Verden,OK. They both cared deeply for each other. Cindy had unwavering faith. Every day spent with her always included prayers for her family and friends. Cindy brought everything to God and praised him for his son Jesus Christ and was always thankful for everything in her life. She never met a stranger. She fed, clothed, and housed many people over the years, asked for nothing in return. Cindy was a wonderful daughter, mother, grandmother, aunt and sister. Her greatest joy is her son and grandchildren. She will be deeply missed, but we know we will meet again. Cindy was a proud citizen of the Delaware Nation. The family would like to thank the ladies of the social services office for their help.
Cindy was survived by her son and daughter-in-law Jason and Angela Graham of Colorado, grandchildren Braydon, Jaylyn, and Halee Graham, sister and brother-in-law Kelly and Marty Flow of Verden, brother and sister-in-law Casey Downes, Tonya Seifried, and a special sister for many years, Diana Lee Herring of Lindsey, Nephews Shon, Shane, Dillian, Brent, Matthew, and niece Mikki.
Preceding her in death were her parents, John and Chiquita Downes, her son Eric Patrick Graham, two brothers, Michael J Downes and John Patrick Butch Downes, also a husband, Jerry Bramblett.
Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home.