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James Michael Revard Obituary

James Michael Revard was born Thursday July 4, 1957 to the late Patricia Ann Revard (Biddick) and George Edward Revard. Jim passed away on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at Clarehouse in his hometown of Tulsa, OK.

Revard is the great-grandson of Franklin N. Revard, grandson of Mark S. Revard and the fourth son of George E. Revard, who served on the 22nd and 26th Osage Tribal Councils. He had an extensive background in the Oil & Gas industry, serving as the Executive Director of the Commission on Marginally Producing Oil & Gas Wells for the state of Oklahoma. He authored a book on the Progressing Cavity Pump, published by PennWell Publishing. He also spent a number of years working in a family-owned oil and gas exploration company, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather who were both independent operators in the state of Oklahoma.

He is survived by four children, Danielle Revard, Harmony Revard Fuller, Kyle Revard, and Bradley Revard. He is also survived by his beloved grandson, Nicholas Hammitt, and his siblings, Ron Revard, Paul Revard, Jean Trent, Kent Revard and Mark Revard. He is preceded in death by brother Rick Revard. 

Jim was a lover of music and passionate about the ones he loved. He will remain in our hearts and our memories forever. 

A Rosary was held at Moore Funeral Home on Sept. 23. Funeral Services were held on Sept. 24 at St. Pius X Church in Tulsa. 


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Osage News


Original Publish Date: 2016-10-18 00:00:00

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