Clarke Lewis Randall was born on July 30, 1948 in Washington, D.C. to Raymond L. and Betty C. Randall. Clarke spent many of his early years in Southeast Asia where his father was employed by the Agency for International Development, as well as the Ford Foundation. His family returned to the United States inRead More
Phillip Mendoza Passed away to the Glory of Jesus on Sunday, March 22. He was a dedicated Father and devoted to Karen, the love of his life; his best friend; his romance; his hope and joy; his life partner. He is survived by Karen, and one daughter Debbie of Oklahoma City. His surviving siblings includeRead More
Georgia Lee Channer was born December 21, 1930, during the winter solstice under a blue moon in Wichita, Kansas, to Harold Byron Channer and Lucy Clark Channer. Georgia Patten died peacefully on March 20, 2015, during a thunderstorm on the first day of spring in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in the presence of her two children, MichaelRead More
Ricky Blake passed away at his residence in Midwest City, Oklahoma on March 13, 2015. He was born on June 22, 1958. Services for Ricky Blake are pending.Read More
Dan William Lunsford of Del City, Oklahoma was born January 31, 1921 in Hobart, Oklahoma to Paul and Willie Bell Lundsford (Todd) and died March 15, 2015 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Dan served in the United States Army during World War II and has been married to Nadine Lundsford (Walker) for over sixty years. HeRead More
Gilbert Cowan April 11, 1956 – March 12, 2015 Gilbert was born in Newark, New Jersey to Gilbert Cowan and Freddie Lacks. He worked as a cabinet maker and was a PFC in the United States Army. Gilbert Cowan’s services are pending with Oklahoma City Cremation. Please check back for updated service information.Read More
COVID-19 Update: We Are Open
and Continually Serving Local Families
At Oklahoma City Cremation®, we know there's been a lot of confusion over the status of funeral care since COVID-19 regulations went into effect.
Rest assured that we remain open and available 24/7 to all local families in need of cremation services.
Everyone's safety remains our number-one priority, which is why we have added even more substantial protocols to our already comprehensive cleaning procedures during this time. Oklahoma City Cremation® provides options for making arrangements 100% online or over the phone/email, plus free local delivery of your loved one's urn.
To fulfill CDC requirements and fully ensure the safety of your family and our staff, certain services have been modified until this health crisis has passed. To learn more, call us at (405) 608-4141.
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