Kenneth
Kenneth Corky Dean Dennis a longtime Yale resident, passed away on Friday, November 30, 2018 in Stillwater, Ok. No services are planned at this time.
Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, OK.
Kenneth was born on September 18, 1933 in Depew, Oklahoma to the late Harry and Isabell (Snyder) Dennis. He grew up in Depew, Garber and Covington area. Kenneth married the love of his life Hazel Mae Rist on November 15, 1952 in Stillwater, Ok. To this union, Kenneth Earl John, Rose and Wanda were born. They made their home north of Yale in Quay. In 1960, they moved into Yale. He worked for Don Barry Chevrolet, Buck Elrod Service Station, Joe Brady Well Service *Brady Brother, then began pumping numerous wells for Sun Oil and Drumright Well Service. Kenneth taught each of his kids to drive in the pastures while checking the wells. He also took care of Underwood Cemetery for many years.
Kenneth is survived by his wife Hazel Mae Dennis of the home, daughters Rose Reed of Yale, Wanda Simmons and husband Ernie of Stillwater, son Kenneth Earl John Dennis and wife Susan of Cleveland, sisters Ida Robison of Kelleyville, Claudine Morris of Yale, grandchildren Kenneth Earl Dennis and wife Courtney, Tara Trueblood and husband Eddie, Erin Blair and huband Mike, Dennis Anderson and wife Jordan, Morgan Martin and husband Kyle, Tyson Bradley and husband Shawn, Anita Barrett and husband Dustin, great grandchildren Hayden Dennis, Tessa Trueblood, Gracie and Henry Blair, Bentley Anderson, Kyler and Lettie Martin, Austin and Mackinzie Barrett.
He was preceded in death by his parents, sons-in-law Bob Reed, Rick Baker and Jim Anderson, siblings Harry, Floyd, Ed, Bill, Fred, Marguerite, and two infant siblings Larry and Lester.
Published on December 4, 2018

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