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Graveside memorial service will be Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery.
Jimmie K. Siler was born northeast of Cherokee on September 24, 1934 to Orville O. Siler and Luella Ruth Storey Siler and passed from this life November 30, 2017. He attended rural schools and Cherokee Schools as a child. In September 1955 he married Ann Clepper. To this union two children were born: Jimmie Jr. and Luann. As a young man he was employed by the Schoeb Ranch. After moving to Enid he worked for Gold Spot Dairy for a short time. He then worked with his brother, Bob at Siler Conoco. Returning to Cherokee he purchased the Mobile Gas Station which he ran until he started farming. Along with custom harvesting, he also raised sheep with his son for many years. In 1976 he moved to Ingersoll and began preparing for his next profession. He opened Northwest Radiator Service in 1982. Jim gave of himself in many ways. He served his country being a member of the National Guard for eight years. He had joined the Cherokee Corinthian Masonic Lodge 307 in 1981 and had served as secretary of this lodge from 1998 until 2017. Jim was also a Charter Member of the Ringwood Masonic Lodge.
Jim was preceded in death by his son, Jimmie Jr. and his parents.
Jim is survived by his wife, Ann; daughter Luann; grandsons, Bryan and wife, Gretchen of Ringwood and Christopher and wife, Stacey of Cherokee; great grandchildren, Alli King and husband, Dayton of Weatherford, Ethan, Matthias and Max of Ringwood, Jantz Kay of Cherokee and one great-great granddaughter, Mila King of Weatherford.
Memorials may be given to St. Jude’s Hospital through the funeral home.
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So sorry to hear of Grandpa's passing. He was a very sweet man. Enjoyed seeing him at Jantz's birthday parties. He will be missed. We are thinking of you in your time of loss. Out prayers are with you.
Ronnie & Sandy Abernathy
Ann and family, I am so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. My deepest sympathy to all of you. He was a good man, who will be missed by so many. I’m so glad I stopped by last fall to say hello when he was mowing. He always had a gracious hello when I joined your family for any of your family celebrations. May God Bless You and give you strength in the coming days.
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