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January 30, 2014

Seth DeWayne Martin

— Seth DeWayne Martin

Funeral service for Seth DeWayne Martin, 15, Cement will be at  2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014 in the Cement Schools Auditorium with Rev. John Zwolle, Pastor of the First Pentecostal Holiness Church of Cement and Rev. Kelly Martin, Pastor of the New Season Church, Moore, officiating.

Seth died Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014 in Oklahoma City.

Burial will be in Celestial Gardens, Cyril, under the direction of the Becker-Rabon Cement Chapel.

He was born Aug. 9, 1998 in Lawton to Mark DeWayne and Lisa Marie (Aulner) Martin.  Seth was in the ninth grade at Cement High School, where he was an Honor Roll Student, a member of the Academic Team and involved in FFA.  Seth played on both the Junior High and High School Basketball teams, and was a huge Oklahoma City Thunder and Kevin Durant fan.  He attended the First Baptist Church in Cement where he was involved with the youth and enjoyed going to Falls Creek.

He is survived by his father: Mark Martin and Emily, Chickasha, his mother Lisa Kinder and husband Kurt of Cement,  a sister  Jessie Martin of Anadarko, brother Zach Wright of Cement, sister Kallie Kinder of Chickasha, brother Konner Kinder of Cement, brother Braydon Martin of Chickasha, sister Madison Martin of Chickasha,  grandparents, Loretta Martin of Cement, Judy and Lee Brandon of Cement, Denny Larson of Lindsey, Mike and Patrice Dolch of Anadarko, Jennie Dolch of Chickasha, great grandmother Lois Aulner of Sioux  Falls, SD, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his two grandfathers, James Alfred Martin and Harold Aulner.

An online guest book and sympathy cards are available at www.beckerfuneral.com

 

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