RAVIA — Services for LaDonna Kay Hurley Davis, 46, Ravia, are 2 p.m. Saturday at Watts Funeral Chapel, Tishomingo, the Rev. Roger Hartwell officiating. Burial follows at Ravia Cemetery.
Mrs. Davis died June 27, 2006, at Tishomingo. She was born Dec. 2, 1959, at Oklahoma City, to Joe Ray and Mary Lou Cape Gastineau.
Mrs. Davis graduated from Roff High School and lived in the Ada area for many years, until moving to Ravia in 1998. She worked as a detainment officer and dispatcher for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, and also worked in the floral shop at Dicus Food, Ada, as a bartender at the Coach Light nightclub, for Wrangler Factory, Look, Inc., and Aerotech Airplane Parts, all at Ada. She attended Ravia Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her father, Bobby Wayne Snow; stepfather, James Monroe Hurley; grandfather, Ellick Cape; grandmother, Gladys Cape; and uncle, Junior Cape.
Survivors include her parents, Joe Ray and Mary Lou Cape Gastineau, of the home; sons, Chris Walker, of the home, and Brian Cobb, stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C.; a sister, Leeann Brown, Ivanhoe, Calif.; brothers, Albert Hurley, Ada, Bobby Snow, Texas, Wayne Hurley, Fitzhugh, and Wesley Snow, Columbus, Ohio; three grandchildren, Brianna Cobb, Katelyn Cobb and Dillon Cobb; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Bearers are Bryant Spencer, Jeremy Hurley, Randy Hurley, Donald Adams, Byron Self and Danny Cryer.
Watts Funeral Home, Tishomingo
STONEWALL — Memorial services for Patricia “Patty” Brashier, 79, Stonewall, will be conducted at a later date.
Mrs. Brashier died June 28, 2006, at a Shawnee hospital. She was born March 22, 1927, at Bristow, to Roy and Minon Durington Lafevers. She graduated from Milburn High School, Milburn.
Mrs. Brashier married Warren E. Brashier March 5, 1946, at Tishomingo. She moved to Stonewall in 1999, from Paris, Texas. She served as an election judge and spent time as a substitute teacher. She was affiliated with the Methodist church.
She was preceded in death by a son, Larry Brashier; a sister, Martha Bet Hutchison; two brothers, Dean Lafevers and Bernard Lafevers; and her parents.
Survivors include her husband, Warren Brashier, of the home; two sons, Rodney Brashier, Paris, Texas, and Brian Brashier, Ada; a sister, LaRue Dalise, Lubbock, Texas; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Smith-Phillips Funeral Home
SULPHUR — Services for Don Edward Patten, 78, Sulphur, are 10 a.m. Monday at Krien Funeral Chapel. Burial follows at Rosehill Cemetery, Ardmore. He died June 28, 2006.
Krien Funeral Home
ADA — Services for Juanita Barker Ratliff, 86, Ada, are 10 a.m. Saturday at First Christian Church, the Revs. Kevin and Vicki Crooks officiating. Burial follows at Rosedale Cemetery.
Mrs. Ratliff died June 28, 2006, at a local hospital. She was born July 10, 1919, at Kiowa, to Julius Andrew and Viola Kinnikin Barker. She attended Kiowa schools and Hills Business College, Oklahoma City.
She married William C. Ratliff in 1949. He died April 9, 1999. Mrs. Ratliff was employed with Farmer’s Home Administration for 34 years. She was an active member of the First Christian Church, a member of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and a member of the Order of Eastern Star.
She was preceded in death by a sister, Evelyn Poteet.
Survivors include a daughter, Marcia Boatwright and husband Dale, Ada; a son, David W. Ratliff, Bryant, Ark.; a granddaughter, Mindy Ahrend and husband T. S., Oklahoma City; a grandson, Brent Boatwright and wife Amy, Ada; a great-grandson, Bo Thomas Boatwright; and a brother-in-law, Gene Ratliff, Heber Springs, Ark.
The family says those who wish may make memorials to the First Christian Church, 101 East 13th, Ada, OK 74820.
Criswell Funeral Home