Funeral arrangements are by Ford Funeral Service, Midwest City.Wilma "Jean" Adams, passed away peacefully March 22, 2008 in Midwest City.Nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and other family and friends, also survive him. Douglas Blvd, Midwest City, followed by a graveside service at Little Cemetery, north of Seminole. He was born in a log cabin east of Seminole on May 24, 1923, and while life was difficult during those early years, he shared with his family many wonderful memories of his childhood. Almon thoroughly enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren; Misti, Buffy, Haley, Casey, Lori, Joie, and Jamie, and was a wonderful influence on them as well as his great grand-children; Torie, Joey, Luke, Lane, Tiffany, Taegan, Kyle, Daniel, Christopher, Garret, Savannah, Alex, and Gracie.
Her love for animals left no stray cat hungry in her neighborhood. Ahaisse, 82, died Friday, May 16, 2008 at the Ada Retirement Center. 6, 1926 in Seminole to Serbert and Elizza (Harjochee) Ahaisse. Glen Akerman passed away Saturday, April 19, 2008 near Sasakwa, at the age of 49. Glen graduated from East Central University in Ada with a degree in Business Administrations.
She was affiliated with Hitchitee Methodist Church and the Tusekia-Harjo Band. He was the owner and operator of Twister Drilling Company in Konawa.
Jean was born March 1, 1923 in Shawnee to William Alexander Adams and Grace Sanders Adams, both deceased, and was the youngest of four daughters.
She lived in Shawnee when she began her career with Schlumberger as an accounting manager.
Valley, Ga., Timothy Martin of Gray, Ga., Michael Martin of Muskogee; grandchildren: Kim Peralsky of California, Germaine Aldridge, Felicia Cartwright, and Andrea Cartwright, all of Seminole; and great-grandchildren: Douglas Brady of Oregon, Trebor Burns and Kyalie Burns of California, Damon Aldridge and Elizabeth Aldridge, both of Seminole..