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Eric Shawn Apperson
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Birth: Jul. 8, 1967
Fort Smith
Sebastian County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Nov. 1, 2011
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Date and Time of Service
Friday, November 04, 2011 at 1:00 PM

Location of Service
Destiny Life Church

Location of Burial
Graceland Memorial Park

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Thursday, November 3, 2011 10:00 AM til 8:00 PM

Contact Information
Owasso Chapel - (918) 272-3200
Eric Shawn Apperson died on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, in Owasso at the age of 44.
Eric was born on July 8, 1967 in Fort Smith, Ark., to Fred and Jeanne Lowrey Appperson.

Eric was a lineman for PSO-AEP. He was also a coach for baseball and football for FOR, and he was a member of Destiny Life Church.

Serving as pallbearers were John Coker, Doug Rogers, Jerome Sellers, Joe Steed, Guy Brunson and Bill Shaw.

Funeral Services are scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4, 2011 at Destiny Life Church, with Pastors Glenn and Ami Shaffer officiating.

Burial is at Graceland Memorial Park Cemetery.

Services are under the direction of Moore's Owasso Chapel.
(L Bruns)
Graceland Memorial Park
Rogers County
Oklahoma, USA
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Record added: Nov 02, 2011
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