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Hurshel Sandridge

Thursday, June 1, 2006

Born 4-27-1930 -- 5-23-2006

Hurshel Homer Sandridge, died May 23, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. at the age of 76 years.

He was born April 27, 1930, in Thayer, Mo., to the late Ike and Julia Rogers Sandridge.

He was united in marriage March 16, 1951 in Tulsa, Ok, to Judy Miller who preceded him in death Feb. 7, 1976. He was united in marriage Nov. 12, 1976 in Thayer, Mo., to Sondra Hare.

He was an auto mechanic, working in the business for many years. He was of the Baptist faith.

He is survived by his wife, Sondra of the home in Thayer; one daughter, Cindy Disceare and husband, Curtis, of Tulsa, Okla.; one son, Billy Sandridge and wife, Lorrie, of Mammoth Spring; his grandson and special buddy, Kevin Sandridge of Mammoth Spring; two grandsons, Dustin and Steven Disceare of Tulsa, Okla.; three granddaughters, Samantha Sandridge of Mammoth Spring, Shelly Disceare of Tulsa, Okla., Michelle Jenkins and her two daughters of Claremore, Okla.; a special cousins, David Sandridge and wife, Jeri, of Tulsa, Okla.; a special girl he thought of like a daughter, Holly Isom and her husband, Jeff; special nephew, Gene Hollis and wife, Shirley; sister-in-law, Sharon Harper and husband James; special friends, Billy Joe Madden and wife, Ann, Davie Earls, Mike Stanley and wife, Janine, Bruce Schoenfield and wife, Marilyn and Bill Gower and wife, Hazel; a brother, John Sandridge of Fordland, and all his bowling friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Judy; one son, Michael Sandridge; one brother, Ernest Sandridge and two sisters Agnes Johnson and Alta Hollis.

The funeral services were held May 27 at the Carter Funeral Home Chapel in Thayer with burial in the Arytown Cemetery, in Thayer, Rev. James Lee Reed officiating at the service.

Arrangements were under the direction of Carter Funeral Home of Thayer.

Active pallbearers were Billy Joe Madden, Jeff Ison, Mike Stanley, James Harper, Bill Shilvock and David Sandridge.

Honorary pallbearers were Davie Earls and Bill Gower.