Tahlequah Daily Press


March 19, 2014

Patricia Ann (Bark) Adair

SALLISAW — Patricia Ann (Bark) Adair, 58, of Tahlequah, passed away Sunday, March 16 in Tahlequah.

She was born Feb. 23, 1956 in Claremore, the daughter of Charles “Charley” Foreman Bark and LaVina Mae Morehead Binam.

She married Donald Lee Adair on March 10 in Sallisaw. She was a budget analyst for 24 years for Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah and of the Baptist faith.

Survivors are: husband, Donald of the home; three daughters, Angelena and Donald Byrum of Locust Grove, Charlotte and Nathan Wolfe of Tahlequah, and Hattie Scott of Tahlequah; one son, Jeromie Cooper of Tahlequah; four stepsons, Ryan Adair of Stilwell, Zachary Adair of Tahlequah, Chad Adair of Muldrow, and Kerry Adair of Alberta, Canada; 20 grandchildren and two on the way; three sisters, Charlene Ketcher of Salina, Cherry Bark of Peggs, and Cathy Wall of Locust Grove; two brothers, Ronald Bark and Jim Bark, both of Salina; several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by one daughter, Alycia Martin; her parents; and two brothers, Tommy and Richard Bark.

The funeral service is Thursday, March 20 at 2 p.m. at Agent Mallory Martin Chapel in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Burial will be at Rocky Point Cemetery under the direction of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Home in Sallisaw.

Viewing will be Wednesday, March 19, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. at Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Home in Sallisaw.

The family will greet Wednesday 6 – 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Active pallbearers are Bob Mouse, James Bark, Nathan Wolfe, Timothy Maddux, Shawn Flemming, Seth Coger and Aaron Wall.

Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Home 123 S. Wheeler Ave. Sallisaw, OK 74955, (918) 775-4414.

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