Services for Harold T. Corman will be Monday, November 10, at Sequoyah Full Gospel Church. Burial will follow at Ward’s Grove Cemetery under the direction of MMS-Payne Funeral Home & Cremation Service. Visitation will be Sunday at the funeral home from 1pm-6pm.
Harold passed away Wednesday November 5, 2014 at the age of 81.
He was born May 14th 1933 to Chester and Maggie (Anderson) Corman.
Running moonshine one night with lawmen after him he met Ms Etta Lea Robinson in the church that he hid in. They married July 20th 1957. He worked as a coal miner for many years, and he loved building houses and did that with great pride. Just a note in case no one knew, almost all of the Pizza Huts in Oklahoma, Harold built them. He was quick to tell everyone that JESUS, was a carpenter too. Most everyone he met called him Doc, Paw or Dad, and he never met a stranger. His love of the Lord led him to preach and to show so many lost souls to the light.
He is preceded in death by his beloved wife Etta Lea Corman in 2013 and his son Murl Ray Corman in 1975.
He is survived by his children: JoDean Shephard and husband, Joe of Bridge Creek, Herbert Corman and wife, Paula of Foyil, Margaret Kroeker of McCloud, and Brian Lee and girlfriend, Amy Kelley of Chelsea. Grandchildren: JoEtta Akins and husband, Brock of McCloud, FrankieLou Stafford and husband, Jeremy of Yukon, Wesley Bell and girlfriend Melissa Nelson of Oklahoma City, Brandy Rex and husband, Jerry of Strang, Johnathan Corman of Foyil, Nicole Corman of Foyil, Anna Corman of Foyil, and George Oliver; Great-grandchildren: Hunter and BayLea Akins of McCloud, Kaleb Lowe, Kamden, Lane, and Ethan Stafford of Yukon, Cheyenne and Paytenne Bell of Oklahoma City, Alyssa Nelson and Carson Youngblood of Oklahoma City, Michael Sislo, Corrina and Karma Rex of Strang, Lucinda of Foyil, Autumn and Stormy Kelley of Chelsea, and Brianna Kelley of Claremore.
And there are so many other family members, far too many to mention, but you all know who you are.
The family also wishes to mention that they feel so honored to have so many grand friends come to recognize and support them at this time of loss and sorrow.
Love to all from the CORMAN FAMILY