Tahlequah Daily Press


April 19, 2013

James Leroy Trammel

TAHLEQUAH — Services for James Leroy Trammel will be Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m. at Green Country Funeral Home. Officiating will be Pastor Perry Jamison.

Pallbearers will be Andy Jamison, Brian Jobe, Chris Jobe, Randy Trammel, Cody Ryals, Bobby Trammel and Dusty Ryals. Interment and burial services will follow in the Pettit Bay Cemetery under the care of Green Country Funeral Home.

Leroy came to this earth on July 11, 1940, and was born to Tercia (Elkins) Trammel and Marion Francis Trammel (Tude) in Tahlequah. Leroy married Charlene McDaniel on March 5, 1962. They were blessed with two daughters, Sue Elaine and Kathy Jean.

Leroy left this earth at the age of 72 on April 17, 2013.

Leroy enjoyed being outdoors. He retired from the Murrell Home after 23 years of service. Leroy’s favorite thing to do was to spend time with family and friends. He was always ready to help the family in anyway he could, especially early in the mornings. He often told stories about hunting and the good ol’ days.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Tercia and Marion Trammel; brothers, Jack Trammel, Loys Trammel, Sam Trammel and Levi Weatherford; sisters, Elsie Ballard, Nola Ballard, Dessie Elkins, Rosie Morrison, Elizabeth Haddox, Dorothy Weatherford and Pauline Bethel.

Leroy is survived by his wife, Charlene Trammel; daughters, Sue and husband Robert Jobe, Kathy and husband Perry Jamison; grandkids, Chris and Brian Jobe, and Andy, Amy and August Jamison; and five great-grandkids. Online condolences may be left at tahlequahfuneral.com.

Green Country Funeral Home, 203 S. Commercial Road, (918) 458-5055.

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