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Cloyd Alvin Stotler-Easley Jr. Obituary

Cloyd Alvin Stotler-Easley Jr., 61, of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully at home on Nov. 15, 2020. He was born on Feb. 12, 1959, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, to Cloyd and Beverly (McCoy) Easley. He attended Pawhuska High School and graduated with the class of 1977. For many years, he enjoyed working at Parkside Hospital in Tulsa. He was a member of the Osage Nation, a descendant of Louis Revard and Mary (Tinker) Revard.

“Uncle Bub” as he was known to many, was passionate about helping others and living life to the fullest. He had a special connection with many, especially his nieces and nephews aka “the fun uncle.” He spent countless hours entertaining them and made many memories for them at the lake. He had a huge heart and shared it with all! His greatest gift was his ability to make people laugh, it was easy during the good times, but he always lifted us up during the sad times too. This is a very sad time for his spouse, parents, family and friends but we are forever blessed with the laughter he shared with us.

He is survived by his loving, devoted spouse Robert of Sand Springs; his parents Cloyd and Beverly Easley; sister Cathy (Rick) Wyatt; brothers, Calvin (Tracy) Easley; Charlie (Debbie) Easley; Duane (Jennifer) Easley all of Pawhuska and his three beloved dogs. He was preceded in death by his sister Carrie Easley.

Considering the health pandemic, a gathering for a Celebration of Life will be set for this coming summer.

 


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Original Publish Date: 2020-12-07 00:00:00

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