Carl A Duffy

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Carl A Duffy, 74, of Marble City, passed at his home on Friday, Dec 15, 2017. Carl was born on July 12, 1943 in Cushing, OK to Luman Lee and Nancy Marie (Bumgarten) Duffy. Carl was preceded in death by his parents; son, Luman Dale Duffy; Sisters, Ida Bell Duffy-Snell, and Betty Duffy; Daughter, Debbie Kay Vansordal. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie Jo Duffy of the home; Sons, Carl Duffy and his wife Brandy of Dothan, Alabama, Bryan Ernst of Tulsa, and Edward Ernst III of Sallisaw; Daughters, Carlena Duffy of Marble City, Therasha Hunziker and her husband Raymond of Muldrow, Carla Hunsucker and her husband Scott, of Cushing, Billie Vann and her husband Mark of Stilwell, Melissa Ernst of Lawton, Julie House and her husband Drew of Lawton; 27 Grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Along with a host of other relatives and friends.Private family services will be held by the Duffy family. The Duffy family has entrusted the arrangements and care of Carl with the Forever Memories Funeral Service, 463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw, OK.

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  1. Kenneth White

    So sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in our prayersHe will be greatly missed

  2. Melissa Ernst
  3. Candace McNamee

    So sorry for your loss, Therasha. We will continue praying for you and your family.

  4. Cherry Sanders

    I’m sorry for your loss. Duffy was a good person. He will be missed by all.

  5. Sarah Bane

    I never met you, but Carlena says anyone who knows her knows you, so I am certain you were a fine man. Rest in peace, sir.

  6. MIke Ellis

    Carl and I use to ride the mountain together. I always enjoyed his company.Carl would go out of is way to help anybody.A good neighbor and friend.I pray the Lord be with you during this difficult time.

  7. Mary Barker

    So sorry to hear about Carl. My family new him from the Rendezvous he went too. Of course we knew him as Old Coot (his camp name). He will be greatly missed. I spent many hours sitting at his camp fire talking about a little bit of everything, and listening to stories. Camp won’t be the same without him.

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