Billy G. Poindexter

Billy G. Poindexter


Billy G. (Bill) Poindexter,70, was born on May 12, 1949 in the Northview Community north of Sallisaw, Oklahoma, the son of William Roy Poindexter and Jean Asbill Poindexter. He passed away on Thursday, October 10, 2019 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.Bill was retired after working at many occupations throughout his life. From truck driver, constructions worker, security guard, and county foreman to ranch hand, From an early age, he wanted to be a cowboy and he certainly attained that goal. There was not much in life that he liked better than riding a good horse working cattle with his brothers and friends unless it was playing cowboy music.He was survived by his children, Shanda Coppedge and her husband Troy of Kansas, OK; Candy Gowen and her husband Daniel of Gatesville, TX; William Poindexter and his wife Jennifer of Sallisaw, OK; grandchildren, Stacy Sanders and Brandon Coppedge, Dakoda, Amie and Ty Gowen, Hunter and Abby Hutchinson; great grandchildren, Kiera and Kyle Sanders; brothers, Jim Poindexter and wife Anita from Hiwassee, AR, Donnie Poindexter and wife Debra from Sallisaw, OK, Ernie Poindexter and wife Rena from Sallisaw, OK, Rick D. Poindexter and wife Lori from Sallisaw, OK; several nieces, nephews, and cousins, as well as countless friends.He was preceded in death by his parents and one infant daughter, Jennifer Kay Poindexter.Funeral Services will be at 3:00pm, Monday, October 14th, 2019, in the Immanuel Baptist Church, Sallisaw, OK. Officiating will be Reverend Paul Fair and Daryl Knight. Pallbearers will be Jim Poindexter, Donnie Poindexter, Ernie Poindexter, Rick D. Poindexter, Dee Asbill, and Daryl Knight. Honorary Pallbearers will be Troy Coppedge, Daniel Gowen, Dakoda Gowen, Brandon Coppedge, Ty Gowen, and Hunter HutchinsonCelebration of life gathering directly after service, for all family and friends, will be at the Poindexter Family Music Barn, 97598 S 4709 Rd, Sallisaw, Ok.Funeral services are under the direction of the Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw, Ok.


7 Responses

  1. Our hearts go out to the family. Bills contagious smile and easy going attitude was so refreshing. We feel fortunate to have had the pleasure of being his friends.

  2. Gonna miss you Pard. You and the part of America and the cowboy culture you represent. We all know that like much of America, the cowboy is riding off into the sunset…and now you have ridden off. Hope there’s a good horse, a guitar and some cattle up there. You ain’t gone, you’ve just moved up the trail. Your spirit survives and I’ll be reminded every time I see another cowboy, hear one of them Bill type jokes or the strings of a guitar playing cowboy songs. Adios, Pard.

  3. I am so saddened by Bill’s death. He was such a delight and such a good man, and I always felt happy just to be around him. I know he will be missed by everyone, and my heart goes out to all of the family. God bless all of you.

  4. I’m sorry I could not make it to the service of my nephew Billy and I know hes in good hands now and his music will play on for ever

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