October 17, 2012

Winston Lee Unruh

Oct. 20, 1972 - Oct. 15, 2012

— Winston Lee Unruh

Oct. 20, 1972 - Oct. 15, 2012

Funeral service for Winston Lee Unruh, 39, of Blanchard, Oklahoma will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 by the Prairie Hill Mennonite congregation at the Plainview Mennonite Church.

Winston Lee Unruh was born Oct. 20, 1972 in Chickasha,  the son of Curtis and Lenora (Schmidt) Unruh.  He died Oct. 15, 2012 in Oklahoma City.

Winston lived most of his life in the Chickasha and Blanchard areas.  He worked at various jobs.  He was presently employed at Howe Dairy Supply.   He loved being a cattleman.  Winston was also owner of Tabler Grass Farm.

He and Christine Koehn were married April 10, 1994 in Chickasha.

Winston was preceded in death by Grandparents and his Father:  Curtis Unruh.

Survivors include wife:  Christine Unruh of  Blanchard; daughter:  Robyn Unruh of Blalnchard; son:  Marcus Unruh of Blanchard; mother:  Lenora Unruh of Cement; two brothers: Rodney Unruh and wife Shannon of Bradley, Ark. and Lester Unruh and wife Ronda of Thomas; four sisters: Karen Jantz and husband Jason of Livingston, Calif.,  Kathryn Smith and husband Lyndon of Chickasha, Loretta Zeiset and husband Loren of Chickasha, Lynette Schmidt and husband Dustin of Chickasha; father-in-law and mother-in-law:  Montie Gene and Susan Koehn of Livingston, Calif.; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Montie Koehn of Livingston, Calif., Steven Koehn of Livingston, Calif., Catherine Koehn of Livingston, Calif., Rebecca and Rusty Friesen of Phoenix, Ariz.

Numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and many friends

Interment will be in the Prairie Hills Mennonite Cemetery under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home.

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