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Nancy Ruth Tarron

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Nancy Ruth Tarron

Funeral services for Nancy Ruth (Nichol) Tarron, a Coalgate resident, were held Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Coalgate with Pastor Jim Lewis officiating. Burial was in Coalgate Cemetery with Brown’s Funeral Service of Coalgate in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Tarron was born July 14, 1931 to William George and Hazel Ruth (Thomas) Nichol at Oklahoma City and passed away November 8, 2021 at Coalgate at the age of 90 years, 3 months and 25 days. She graduated from high school in Oklahoma City and attended ECU. Nancy married Ernest “Red” James Tarron September 2, 1950 at Oklahoma City. He preceded her in death November 5, 2008. Nancy was a medical records clerk and a member of the First Baptist Church of Coalgate. She was a member of the Home Demonstration Club and loved to read.

Survivors include a son, Bill Tarron and wife Cindy of Edmond, OK; daughters, Connie Cannon and husband Larry of Ada and Terri Palmer and husband, Mickey of Coalgate; grandchildren, Reeve Tarron and wife Britta, Cara Tarron all of Oklahoma City, Jeremy Palmer, Laura Palmer, both of Coalgate and Brian Cannon and wife Bre of Ada, OK; great-grandchildren, Vanessa Palmer of Calera, OK, Joshua Palmer of Coalgate, Grey Tarron, River Tarron, both of Oklahoma City and Cody Cannon and wife Paige of Ada; great-great-grandchildren, Koreigh, Khloeigh and Luca Cannon of Ada; special friends, Bessie McIninch and Haley McIninch, both of Lehigh.

She was preceded in death by her parents, William George and Hazel Ruth (Thomas) Nichol and husband, Ernest “Red” Tarron.

Casketbearers were Kenny Pebworth, Daniel Pebworth, Larry Pope, Jesse McIninch, Michael Glasco, and Hal Holland. Honorary bearers were John Linton, Bob Burns, Don Glasco and Tony Davenport.

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