Funeral services for Cairlyon Fay (Gwinn) Tucker, a longtime Wardville, OK resident, were held Monday, August 27, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Brown’s Funeral Chapel in Coalgate with Ella Mae Ward officiating, assisted by Justin McKinney. Burial was in Wardville, Cemetery with Brown’s Funeral Service of Coalgate in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Tucker was born March 15, 1958 to Mark and Cairlyon (Coffee) Gwinn at Hobbs, NM and passed away August 22, 2018 at her home in Wardville, OK at the age of 60 years, 5 months and 7 days. She married Willie Tucker on January 10, 1979 in Sherman, TX and was a homemaker. Cairlyon enjoyed gardening, fishing, watching westerns and taking care of grandchildren.
Survivors include her husband, Thomas “Willie” William Tucker of Wardville, OK; children, Samuel Nava and wife Darla of McAlester, OK, Tristy Nave and Sid Little of Pittsburg, OK; TW Tucker and Ashton Williams of Kiowa OK and Merideth Tucker of Kiowa; grandchildren, Mikal Ryley of McAlester, Tristan Ryley of Denver, CO, Colt Cagle of Tecumseh, OK, Travis Shockey of Coal-gate, Sara Shockey of Ada, Katelyn Shockey of Lehigh, Ezekiel Goff of Tulsa, Riley Tucker, Bradyn Gaither, Payzlee Thomas and Addyson Williams all of Kiowa; 9 great-grandchildren; sisters, Judy Abernathy and husband Ed of Ft. Worth, TX, Markette McKinney and husband Rodney, Sheila Jackson and husband Hopper all of Coalgate, Jessie Horn and husband Keith of Lehigh, and Jan Turnbow and husband Johnney of Coalgate; brother, Joe Gwinn and wife Lora of Bromide OK stepmother, Denise Gwinn.
She was preceded in death by her father, Mark Hanner Gwinn; mother, Cairlyon (Coffeee) File and step-father, John File; brother, Mark Gwinn; mother and father-in-law, Robert and Dannel Lou Tucker.
Casketbearers were Caleb Ward, Justin McKinney, Waylon McKinney, Danny Amason, Joseph Ward, and Jeremiah McKinney. Honorary bearers were Bobby Tucker III, Chris Tucker, Jim Rhyne, Tod Rhyne, and Sam Rhyne.
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