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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Dwight Eugene Shepherd

1953 - 2021

Tahlequah

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Dwight Eugene Shepherd, 67, of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, passed from this life on April 8, 2021. Dwight was born July 30, 1953 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma to Noah and Elsie Shepherd. He attended school at Tahlequah. He worked at Midwestern Nursery for several years. Dwight loved the outdoors and would hunt and fish with his family and friends. He was known for calling his friends "Little Buddy."

He was preceeded in death by his parents Noah and Elsie Shepherd, two sisters, Verda Ratliff and Brenda Stephens, and one brother, Johnnie Shepherd.

He leaves his loving memories to be cherished by his daughter Jeana Bolin and husband, Tracy, of Tahlequah; three grandchildren, Austin, Brett, and Lexi Bolin; his brother, Benny Stevenson and wife, Betty, of Tahlequah; and his sister, Joyce Eastham and her husband, Thomas, of Tahlequah. He also leaves behind a companion, Donna McDaniel, and many nieces and nephews, along with many wonderful friends.

Dwight will be remembered most by always calling his friends "Lil' Buddy."

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Marilyn Feary Williams

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Sending my condolences to the family and sharing a fond memory of Dwight. In our mid 70s Midwestern Nursery days, the late Bob Ed Culver also worked with us, and shared a precious story of this little boy who always walked by Reed Culver Funeral Home carrying a “bag of burgers”. Well, Bob Ed nicknamed him “Hamburger”, and that is what we, Midwestern friends, all called Dwight. He had the sweetest personality, the utmost respect for people, and was always ready to greet people with the friendliest smile. Many of us will fondly remember “Hamburger” for the treasured friend that he was. Prayers for his family and friends.

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