Mr. James Benjamin Pendleton, 93, of Bartlesville, died at 11:20 A.M. on
Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
Private family services will be held and cremation arrangements were under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory.
Mr. Pendleton was born in Kansas City, Missouri on May 29, 1925 the son of James Benjamin Pendleton Sr. and T V Pendleton.
He came to Bartlesville as a young man and graduated from College High School in 1943. He served in the U.S. Navy for pilot training during World War II.
He was married to Dora Mae Sanders in Bartlesville on May 30, 1948. Mr. Pendleton was employed as a salesman in various location for Phillips Petroleum Company for over 30 years. They returned home to Bartlesville in 1991.
Mr. Pendleton is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dora Mae Pendleton of the home one daughter, Christa Nottbohm and husband Michael of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, two grandchildren, Lindsay Nottbohm and Greg Nottbohm, a great grandson, Greg Nottbohm and numerous nieces and nephews.
The family wishes to express their thanks to Ray and Renna Herrington and Rivercross Hospice for their assistance.
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