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Michelle Nicole Adams Barkus

© The Seminole Producer
February 13, 2002
Submitted by: ACL

Funeral services for Michelle Nicole Adams Barkus are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday in the Dustin High School Gymnasium.

Superintendent H.E. Huffman of Huffman Pentecostal Church of God in Christ is set to officiate.

Burial is to follow at Vernon Community Cemetery under the direction of Myers Mortuary.

Barkus died Feb. 12, 2002 at her home in Wewoka at the age of 28.

She was born April 19, 1973 in Oklahoma City to Donald Lee and Sherry Adams.

She graduated from Wetumka High School where she was a member of the high school band and girls basketball team.

Barkus was named All-Conference and Homecoming Queen her senior year.

She was a member of Huffman Pentecostal Church of God in Christ, where she held the position of local minister of music.

She served as Okmulgee District secretary, Okmulgee District assistant minister of music, and was a member of the Oklahoma Northwest State Choir.

Barkus worked for Rainbow Terrace Nursing Home for six years and at Wrangler in Seminole for 1 years.

She was also employed at First Baptist Church Daycare in Wewoka.

She is survived by her husband, Rodney Andre Barkus of Wewoka; her father of Oklahoma City; her mother and stepfather, Sherry and Cardell Huffman of Dustin; and three brothers, Paul Eugene Adams of Alaska, Donald Ray Adams of Wewoka; and Eddie Brunner of Oklahoma City.

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