Pearl Lee Tucker was born February 2, 1928 in Luther, Oklahoma to Ethel Smith Johnson and Lee Franklin Tucker, both of which preceded him in death.
Pearl attended Booker T. Washington in El Reno, Oklahoma and Douglass High School in Oklahoma City.
Pearl served in the United States Army, and received his training as an Illustrator Draftsman.
Pearl worked at Tinker Air Force Base until his retirement, as an Illustrator Draftsman. He did lots of detailed specialty items for Tinker; he took great pride in all his drafting work. He also loved to work on cars. He was well known in his neighborhood for his volunteer work at the Community Center for 10 years.
He married Christine Dumas in 1950; to this union were two children, Leeha ChooChoo Tucker and Billy Ray Tucker. He had three grandchildren, Shannon McCormick, J.J. McCormick, and Iman Tipton. J.J. preceded him in death. He had one favorite uncle, Louis Lee Tucker and favorite brother, Levi Tucker of Los Angeles, California, both preceded him in death; three sisters, Wilma Scott of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Alice M. Littlejohn of Denver, Colorado, and Lola Mae Toles of Anadarko, Oklahoma, all of which pre¬ceded him in death.
He leaves to mourn two children, Leeha Tucker, Billy Ray Tucker of the home, that was by his side daily until his home going; two grandchildren, Shannon McCormick and Iman Tipton; two sisters, Mary Taylor and Joyce Moon; three brothers, Lee Tucker, Jr., Sylvester Tucker, Larry Tucker, all of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; special cousins, Johnnie B. Tucker of Oklahoma City, Herman Tucker of El Reno, Oklahoma, Lorraine and Darryl Young, both of Chickasha, Oklahoma, and a host of friends and relatives.
Bio by: LloydJ
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