|Birth: ||Feb. 21, 1934|
|Death: ||Apr. 10, 2006|
in Memory Comella Susan Treloar was born Febnuary 21, 1934 to James and Cora (Lyles)Mason in Mountain View,
She entered in to rest Monday April 10, 2006 at St Johns Hospital in Tulsa,Oklahoma. Mr. Russell Treloar took Miss Comella as his bride on December 2, 1954 in Weatherford, Oklahoma.
From this union 5 children were born. Russell and Comella made their home in Flint,Michigan since from 1954 until 1979 while moving back to Oklahoma and residing in Depew, Ok from 1979 until present.
Comella was a dedicated employee of Kwidset and retired from there. She was a member of the Red Hat Socicty, a Board Member of the Senior Citizens and a dedicated Volunteer of the Depew Food Bank In Comella`s spare time she loved to read, shop,
garage sales and attended all her granchildren`s ballgames.
She loved her family and granchildren very much Comella was a very happy person.
Although Comella is no longer with us her memory and legacy will be kept alive through the family and friends she leaves behind which include: 3 sons James and Mary Treloar of Mannford, OK John and Vickie Treloar of Depew, Ok Chuck and Cissy Treloar of Depew Ok 2 Daughters: Rovella Wales of Depew, OK Wanda Arnell and Engene Gray of Brighton, Colorado, 2 Brothers James Mason of Depew, OK John Mason of Depew, Ok 1 Sister Marilynn Mason of Depew, Ok 12 Grandchildren and 7 Great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives good friends and long time neighbors.
Comella is precded in death by her parents, Husband of 35 years: Russell Treloar, son-in-law Don Wales and her baby sister: Wyomie Mason.
Funcral Services will be held 2:00PM Thursday April 13, 2006 at the Depew First Baptist Church with Pastor James Lame officiating Interment will follow the service at Stroud. City Cemetery, Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hutchine-Maples Funeral Home of Bristow, Oklahoma Vocal selections Old Rugged Cross: She Loved: the Holes of Heaven: In the Garden: Casketbearers Pete Parrick Tony Jackson Glenn Hayes Robert Black Kerry Hilbert David Quinn
Bristow News April 12, 2006 Vol. MMVI No. 15 Depew resident Killed in two=car crash A two-car accident in rural Depew on Sunday left one woman dead and another in serious condition.
The accident occurred Sunday night around 10;30 P.M on County road 465th Street West at the 311th street South crossing. A car driven By comella Treloar, 72 was south when it was struck by a vehicle driven by Depew resident Seth Marker, 19 According to a report by the Highway Patrol Marker`s car crossed the center line. both Marker and Passenger, his brother Jimmy 16, suffered injuries but were treated and released from St Francis Hospital Treloar was flown to St Johns Hospital in Tulsa were she died early Monday morning from injuries received in the accident.
HER sister Marilyn Mason, 73, was a passenger in her car and is listed in serious condition at St. Johns Hospital with head and truck injuries. ThE police report indicated that the two women wore seat belts while the others did not. .
cause of death: Internal injuries, Blunt force trauma (two Vehice Traffic Accident )die at John Medical Center E.R Tulsa Ok time of Death 00:32 Her siser was in the Car with her.(Marilynn Ardell Mason)
This was put on her card : God saw you getting tired and the cure was not to be. So he wrapped his arms around you and whispered, "Come with Me" A golden heart stopped beating, Hard working hands laid to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best
James Elmer Mason (1904 - 1973)
Cora Gertrude Lyles Mason (1905 - 1995)
Russell Bennett Treloar (1934 - 1990)
Wynona Mason (1928 - 1928)**
Marilynn Ardell Mason (1933 - 2014)*
Marilynn Ardell Mason (1933 - 2014)**
Comella Susan Mason Treloar (1934 - 2006)
James Everette Mason (1938 - 2015)*
John Henry Mason (1940 - 2009)*
Created by: Rovella Wales
Record added: Oct 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98801026
R.I.P. My mother is Edith (Smith) Fenter. Mary (Mason) Smith was my grandmother|
Marsha (Fenter) Bolay
Added: Dec. 16, 2015
Love you mom.|
Added: Oct. 3, 2015
Miss you every day Grandma wish I could show you in person how the Navy has made me in to the man I am today. I think about you all the time and miss you more and more every dayLove you Grandma|
Added: Feb. 10, 2014
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