On Monday, September 30. 2019 Sharon Sue (Hadley) Edwards passed away at age 64. She was a patient at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Sharon was a gentle, loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and friend. She was born on June 21, 1955 to Virgie and Buddy Hadley. Sharon attended School in Independence, KS. Sharon was a certified nurse aide and spent many years caring for others. She was also a truck driver and retired after an accident. Sharon was united in marriage to PrestonClick here to read more.
Glen Tyler Davis Heaven, Sr. was born in Kansas City, KS. on June 16, 1943. Glen passed on March 1, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the son of Isaac Ashley and Olga Jewel Heaven. He was active in the Sunday School and other youth activities at Calvary Baptist Church.
Glen attended Cleveland Elementary, Roosevelt Jr. High , Field Kindley Memorial High, and Coffeyville Junior College. He also attended Washburn University in Topeka, KS.
Glen was an Eagle Boy Scout at age 15. He played theClick here to read more.
Tameka Cheral Burns '"Brown Suga" 32 of Sacramento, California died on July 4, 2019.
Tameka was born on March 16, 1987 to Debra Ann Burns and Curtis Harris. She was raised by her grandmother Ruth Burns, who preceded her in death. Soon after, she moved to Sacramento, CA to live with her Aunt Hester Fullard.
Tameka attended Don Julio High School and was accepted into Stanford University.
Tameka is survived by Father; Curtis Harris, One Sister Matoya Burns; Four Daughters; Diamond Burns 17,Click here to read more.
Herman McDaniel passed February 22, 2019 at The Journey Home in Bartlesville, OK.
Herman was born on February 5, 1938 to Samuel and Margie (Jenkins) McDaniel in Atkins, Arkansas.
In 1957 Herman met Carol Berry they dated for awhile, and in 1960 he joined the Army. Herman spent time in North Korea and in 1965 he went to Vietnam. After serving 6 years he was discharged.
Herman was employed as a Chief Cook in Chicago and also worked for the Edward Don Company. In 1973 he moved back to CoffeyvilleClick here to read more.