- Ada, Oklahoma


April 4, 2014

Tyco Lynwood Holloway

Ada — Services for Tyco Lynwood Holloway, 71, of Ada are at 10 a.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church in Ada. The Rev. Gary Brandt will officiate.

Mr. Holloway died Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at his home.  He was born June 16, 1942, at East St. Louis, Ill., to John Pogue Sr. and Elenora Elizabeth Levin Pogue.  

He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma in petroleum engineering.  He owned Anasazi Exploration and was a petroleum engineer/consultant.

Survivors include a son, Tyco Tristan Holloway of Ada; two stepsons, Jayson Tillery and wife, Heidi, of Earlsboro and Allen Nichols of Magazine, Ark; a stepdaughter, Talena Anderson and husband, Bobby, of Oklahoma City; three brothers, Roger Holloway of Tucson, Ariz., Dennis Holloway of McKinney, Tenn., and John Pogue Jr of Oakland, Calif.; grandchildren Selisa Tillery, Jacob Tillery, Blair Tillery, Skylar Anderson, Shayla Anderson and Samantha Anderson; great-grandchildren, Kennedy Stoll and Allison Stoll; and other  relatives and friends. 

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Bearers include Christian Jackson, Andrew Duty, Derrek Bond and Chris Mann.


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