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© Enid News & Eagle
4 February 2020
Submitted by: Glenn

Timothy Allen Potter

November 19, 1967 ~ February 2, 2020

Celebration of Life Service for Timothy Potter, 52 of Enid, will be 1:00 PM Friday, February 7, 2020, at Evangel Assembly of God with Pastor Lester Lowry officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Anderson-Burris Funeral Home and Crematory. Timothy was born November 19, 1967, at Clinton, OK to Clifford and Janny Moody Potter, and passed away Sunday.

Timothy graduated from Woodward High School and later attended truck driving school. He had been a truck driver all his life. He also was a devoted caregiver for his family and others.

Timothy is survived by his parents, his twin brother, Thomas, and brother, Teddy. He was preceded in death by his brother, Gale Rhuel Potter.

Online guestbook at www.andersonburris.com. 


© Alva Review-Courier
February 5, 2020
Submitted by: Glenn

Timothy Allan Potter

A Kingfisher County collision between a train and a semi was fatal for the semi driver. The collision occurred Sunday about 6:26 p.m. at U.S. Highway 81 and a county road, five miles north of Okarche.

Timothy Allan Potter, 52, of Enid, was driving a 2018 Peterbilt semi westbound on the county road. According to the highway patrol report, he stopped before the railroad tracks to examine his trailer then proceeded to move again and was struck by the train. Potter was ejected from the semi, and he was pronounced dead at the scene by the medical examiner.

The Union Pacific train was conducted by James Eldon Hardy, 40, of Bison. Stephen Francis Matt, 33, of Norman was a passenger. Neither of them was injured. Trooper Mark Williams investigated, assisted by Troopers Seth Wallace, Robert Cottrill and Justin Barney along with Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office, Okarche Fire Department and Union Pacific Police Department. 


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