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Donald Lewis Silcott
Donald Lewis Silcott (Doo-Dad), son of the late Kilare and Dora (Duvall) Silcott was born December 13, 1942, at the Galloway Hospital in Anthony and passed away November 10, 2016 at the Kansas Heart Hospital in Wichita at the age of 73, 10 months, and 10 days. He was married to Jenny Roberta (Gainey) Silcott on May 11, 1964, and then they renewed their love for each other August 11, 1994. They made their home together in Kiowa. He was the district manager of 3 A & R ready mix. He was a truck driver for his nephew, Claude Dee Catlin for many years, but his real passion was farming, ranching, and working the land at the farm. He was a jack of all trades and loved to drink his keystone and shoot with bull with his grandson, Travis (Red) Foutch. He loved tending the garden with his wife (sometimes). He and daughter, Teresa had many projects together and spent almost every day together doing crazy things.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his step-dad, Pete Catlin, Spike Headrick; a brother, Clyde Catlin, a daughter, Brenda Kay Lieswald and grandsons, Paul Carillo and Gabriel Shriner.

He is survived by his wife, Jenny; his children, Charlotte Jean Silcott-Johnson and her spouse, Terry of Orlando, Florida, Teresa Rogge of Kiowa, Troy Roach III and spouse, Kiili of Pueblo West, Colorado, Travis Jacobson and spouse, Misty of Alva, Oklahoma, Stephanie Bianco and spouse, Alex of Danville, Illinois, Wendy Smith and spouse, Buck of Attica, Sharla and Shane, a special daughter, Amy Allen of Alva, Oklahoma; his siblings, Jackie Silcott of Atec, New Mexico and Dee and Sue Catlin of Attica; his grandchildren, Jenny Lieswald Foutch and spouse, Travis of Hardtner, Teah Johnson of Orlando, Florida, Trevor and Sadie Rogge of Kiowa, David Roach and spouse, McKenzie of Alva, Oklahoma, Jacob Roach of Pueblo West, Colorado, Britney Carrillo of Capron, Oklahoma, Alexander and Temprance Shriner and Victoria Johnson of Dansville, Illinois, Rylee and Karsyn Jacobson, Braxton, Chloe, and Peyton Fisher of Alva, Oklahoma; his great-grandchildren, Graycee Roach of Alva, Oklahoma, Miley Turner and Kobi Kietel of Capron, Oklahoma, Zachery and Kindle Smith of Attica, and many other nieces and nephews.

Donnie loved his pets Pepper, MoMo, Snowball, Snoopy, Lightning and Elvira, whom he rescued.

A memorial service for Donnie will be Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Lanman Funeral Home Chapel in Kiowa.

Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to the American Heart Association and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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I'm so sorry for your loss. May God wrap you in His arms at this time.
Barbara (Cunningham) Williams



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