Born: May 28, 1947
Death: October 10, 2012
May 28, 1947 - October 10, 2012
James Lee Sanders, age 65, a Daisy, OK resident was born on Wednesday, May 28, 1947, to Ervin and Pearl (Blevins) Sanders, at Atoka, OK. James passed away on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at Daisy, OK. He attended Tushka High School. James was a residential carpenter. James proudly served his country during Vietnam for the United States Army for 4 years. He married Linda Kay (Dillard) on April 4, 1968 in Atoka, OK. James attended McGee Valley Baptist Church. He loved hunting, fishing, piddling, and just being outside.
James is survived by his wife, Linda Kay Sanders of the home.; daughters, Teresa Sanders of Tushka OK., Ashley Sanders of Daisy OK., Molly Sanders of Durant OK.; grandchildren, Carter Sanders of Daisy OK., Logan Musgrove of Daisy OK.; siblings, Inez Sanders of Sulphur Springs TX., Bessie Parker of Tyler TX., Bud Sanders and wife Audrey of Bently OK.; along with numerous nieces and nephews and dear friends, loved ones and a special friend, Cynthia Loman.
James was preceded in death by his parents, Ervin and Pearl (Blevins) Sanders; brothers, Doyle Sanders, Ernest Sanders, Hurbert Sanders, Billy Sanders, and Joe Sanders; sisters, Lenora Southerland; nephew, Kenny Southerland and niece, Cynthia Sanders.
DATE OF SERVICES: 2:00 PM Sunday, October 14th, 2012
PLACE OF SERVICES: Brown's Funeral Chapel
OFFICIATING: Bro. Bob Muncy
MUSICIANS: Charlotte Boley, C.J. Bradford
INTERMENT: Mountain Home, Daisy, Oklahoma
CASKETBEARERS: Willie Eldridge, Rodger Eldridge, Larry Robbins,
Flint Sutton, Terry Jackson, Darryl Burkett
HONORARY CASKETBEARERS: Teresa Sanders, Ashley Sanders, Molly Sanders,
Carter Sanders, Logan Musgrove, Ronnie Dillard, Elvis Burkett, AJ Burkett, Richard Green
CONDOLENCES MAY BE SENT TO THE FAMILY BY EMAIL TO: BROWNS@ATOKA.NET. PLEASE REFERENCE THE NAME OF THE DECEASED IN YOUR CORRESPONDENCE
VISITATION SATURDAY 6-8PM
SERVICES UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
BROWN’S FUNERAL SERVICE - ATOKA, OK
Sunday October 14, 2012, 2:00 - PM
Brown's Funeral Chapel