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NAPOLEON YOUNG
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In memory of
NAPOLEON YOUNG
Napoleon Eugene Young November 13, 1929 - March 17, 2020 EDMOND Napoleon Eugene Young who was known by his nickname "Glen" by family and friends, passed away peacefully at home from the effects of Alzheimer's. He was born in McCurtain, OK to Melvin Ray Young and Della Mae (Bethune) Young as the 6th of ten children. He is survived by one remaining sibling, Everett Ray and his wife Retha. He married the love of his life, Mildred Lucille Cloud on July 2, 1955 in Poteau, OK. He is survived by his wife and all five children. Pamela Burnside and husband Dan, her daughter; Alysia Cook and husband Craig and their sons; Carter and Tristen. Pam's son Ryan Deane and wife Cayse and their sons; Landon and Callen. Brenda Darley and son; Nicholas Darley and wife Colleen and children; Camron and Aislinn. Melvin Young and wife Nicki and daughter; Lauren Bradley and husband Chris. Chris Daniel Young. Jason Young and daughter Katelyn. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. He was blessed with a large family and loved being a brother, husband, father, grandfather and uncle. Glen spent the majority of his working life in civil service and had a fine reputation as a diligent and hard worker. He also taught his children about honesty, integrity and hard work. The most important event in his life was when he dedicated his life to his heavenly father Jehovah and was baptized in 1961. This began a life of self-sacrifice that lasted until his death. He enjoyed the door to door ministry and helped many individuals to understand bible truths. He also diligently taught his children to love Jehovah and Jesus Christ and exercise faith in the promise of everlasting life. He lived and loved his faith and as a result had a spiritual family of several hundred individuals. We look forward to the time when Job 14:13-15 will be fulfilled. For further information about Glen's beliefs please visit JW.org . Services pending expiration of Covid-19 Quarantine.
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In memory of
NAPOLEON YOUNG
Napoleon Eugene Young November 13, 1929 - March 17, 2020 EDMOND Napoleon Eugene Young who was known by his nickname "Glen" by family and friends, passed away peacefully at home from the effects of Alzheimer's. He was born in McCurtain, OK to Melvin Ray Young and Della Mae (Bethune) Young as the 6th of ten children. He is survived by one remaining sibling, Everett Ray and his wife Retha. He married the love of his life, Mildred Lucille Cloud on July 2, 1955 in Poteau, OK. He is survived by his wife and all five children. Pamela Burnside and husband Dan, her daughter; Alysia Cook and husband Craig and their sons; Carter and Tristen. Pam's son Ryan Deane and wife Cayse and their sons; Landon and Callen. Brenda Darley and son; Nicholas Darley and wife Colleen and children; Camron and Aislinn. Melvin Young and wife Nicki and daughter; Lauren Bradley and husband Chris. Chris Daniel Young. Jason Young and daughter Katelyn. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. He was blessed with a large family and loved being a brother, husband, father, grandfather and uncle. Glen spent the majority of his working life in civil service and had a fine reputation as a diligent and hard worker. He also taught his children about honesty, integrity and hard work. The most important event in his life was when he dedicated his life to his heavenly father Jehovah and was baptized in 1961. This began a life of self-sacrifice that lasted until his death. He enjoyed the door to door ministry and helped many individuals to understand bible truths. He also diligently taught his children to love Jehovah and Jesus Christ and exercise faith in the promise of everlasting life. He lived and loved his faith and as a result had a spiritual family of several hundred individuals. We look forward to the time when Job 14:13-15 will be fulfilled. For further information about Glen's beliefs please visit JW.org . Services pending expiration of Covid-19 Quarantine.
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