Doyel Douglas Clark, 74, of Hominy, passed from this life on Saturday evening December 4, 2021, at Acension St. John Hospital in Tulsa. Doyel was born November 15, 1947, at the old Hominy Hospital to S. Q. and Dolores (Huskey) Clark. He was raised and received his education in Hominy, graduating with the class of 1966. Doyel and JoReeda DeRoin were united in marriage on July 16, 1965, in Hominy. They lived most of their married life in Hominy. Doyel started working pipeline jobs and from there moved on to work for Curt Brown Drilling. He was employed with Baker Tool and eventually Doyel and Jack Rapp started Northeastern Oil Tool Company. Doyel later worked and retired from Dick Connor Correctional Center as a security officer. He was a lifelong member of the Hominy Church of the Nazarene. Doyel enjoyed horse racing, playing pool and dominoes and was an avid OU Sooner fan. Doyel was preceded in death by his parents, wife JoReeda in June of 2012 and two infant sons.
Those that survive include his daughters – Adonica Clark and Amber Clark, both of Hominy; three sisters – Barbara Brooks of Corpus Christi, TX, Janet Wilcox and husband Wayne of Hominy and Pam Feamster and husband Jim of Tulsa; grandchildren – Brandon Wallace, Bailey Clark, Macy Williams, R.E. Harris, Quentin Harris, and Joseph Harris; great grandchildren – Rayven Wallace, Cierra Wallace, Ella Jo Wallace, Kannon Wallace, Olivia Wallace, Amelia Stevens and Kennedy Keaton.
Graveside services will be held at 10:30 am Thursday, December 9, 2021, at the A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery, Hominy with Pastor Carl Brown officiating. Visitation for Doyel will be from 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm Wednesday at the Chapman-Black Funeral Home in Cleveland. Arrangements and services have been entrusted to the Chapman-Black Funeral Home, Cleveland, OK. www.chapman-black.com.
© 2021 (Chapman-Black Funeral Home)
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This obituary is a work protected under international and federal Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reproduction, distribution or use of this material is prohibited. No part of this compiled work may be reproduced, altered or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without express written permission from the author.
The author hereby grants the newspaper the right to publish the compiled work on the dates and location provided in the submission details and further grants to the newspaper the right to reproduce the work electronically in any website or digital medium owned or controlled by the newspaper provided the copy is not altered or modified in any way. The funeral home's website domain must accompany any reproduction of the work. The work must not be used for or by any person for direct commercialized gain in competition with the author, the funeral home, or their respective businesses.
The information contained in this Tribute Wall is intended solely for the private use of the families and friends of the deceased to support each other and honour, respect and pay tribute to the memory of the deceased.
Any and all other use is strictly prohibited. Without limiting the foregoing, any reproduction, distribution of the information contained herein, nor any contact or solicitation of any person identified in this work, nor any attempt to use the information in the work is prohibited.