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Champ C Huddleston Midwest City Oklahoma Ada

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Champ C. Huddleston, 93, of Midwest City, Oklahoma, passed away May 22, 2004. He was born April 19, 1911, in Ada, Oklahoma, to Frank and May (Smith) Huddleston. He had lived in Midwest City since 1947.
Champ worked as an accountant and inventoryman for Sohio Petroleum until he retired at the age of 65. He then went to work for BP on the Alaskan Pipeline and retired again around 1976.
Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Mary, of the home; son, Clark and wife, Mary, of Harrah, Oklahoma; daughter, Carol Wilson of Rock Hill, South Carolina; brother, Woodrow and wife, Lil, of Pompano Beach, Florida; two sisters-in-law, Helena of Austin, Texas, and Clarice of Seminole; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Sarah E. Taylor was born April 19, 1928, in Antlers, Oklahoma, to Alfred H. and Icy O. (Cypert) Clark.
She married Newman Taylor on May 5, 1972, in Hugo, Oklahoma. They loved and cared for each other for 32 years.
During her life she enjoyed working with children at Exchange Avenue Daycare and Liddle Kiddles Daycare. Her babies never cried, sure of her love for them and any child who came to her home. No one could cook fried potatoes like Mother.
She was a member of the Liberty Worship Center. She was loved by all who knew her and she will be greatly missed.
She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and three sisters.
Survivors include her loving husband, Newman, of the home; sons, Tommy Livingston and wife, Kay, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, and Jack Livingston and Bruce Livingston and wife, Sandra, all of Oklahoma City; daughters, Marlene Terry, Evelene Martin and husband, Phillip, and Darlene Breeden and husband, Dean, all of Oklahoma City; brother, R.W. Clark, and sister, Junita Gooch, both of Antlers; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and many nephews and nieces.

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