Norman Obituaries

Norman Obituaries

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  • Friday Aug 7 | via News9 Oklahoma City 

    Affidavit: Norman Child Suffered Internal Injuries, ...

    A 2-year-old Norman child suffered internal injuries, and trauma to her abdomen and head before she died at the hospital, according to an affidavit released on Friday. The girl's step-father, 24-year-old Tyler Young, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on a first-degree murder charge in connection to her death.


  • Aug 5, 2015 | via KXII-TV Sherman 

    Carter County citizen's death caused by brain eating...

    The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Wednesday that a Carter County adult has died due to Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis after recently swimming in Lake Murray. According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, the victim was a young adult who swam all over the lake.


  • Aug 4, 2015 | via KXII-TV Sherman 

    New complaint filed against man arrested for abuse o...

    A new complaint was filed against a man who claimed he was a funeral director. Travis Mitchell was arrested Friday on two counts of abuse with a corpse.


  • Jul 31, 2015 | via The Star Press 

    Ronnie Earl Jessup

    Ronnie was born in Ridgeville, IN on March 19, 1946, a son of the late Mary Elizabeth and William Jennings Bryan Jessup. Ronnie was a graduate of Portland High School.


  • Jul 30, 2015 | via 

    Name of motorcyclist who died in Norman wreck released

    The Cleveland County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man who died Wednesday in a motorcycle accident on the north end of Norman. Ronald Jason Fox, 36, of Oklahoma City, was driving a motorcycle south in the 17300 block of Sunnylane Road just after noon when his motorcycle struck the rear tires of a tractor- trailer, according to a news release.


  • Jul 28, 2015 | via 

    Former OKC councilman, mayoral candidate dies at 73

    Peak had a decadelong political career marked chiefly by encounters with Mick Cornett, who beat him twice and now is in his fourth term as Oklahoma City mayor. Peak first was elected to the council on March 16, 1993, winning a five-way primary race for the seat from Ward 1 in northwest Oklahoma City.