James William Lollar February 1, 1937 - January 18, 2016 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Upon his request, no services are planned for James William Lollar, 78 of Ada.
Mr. Lollar passed away Monday, January 18, 2016 at his home. He was born February 1, 1937 in Ada to C. Raymond and Minta Lea Rushing Lollar. He attended Jones Chapel grade school and graduated from Ada High School in 1955. He attended East Central University for two years.
He married Jackie Marie Martin August 20, 1956. Mr. Lollar was an engineer in the radio, television and cable t.v. broadcasting industry.
Survivors include his wife, Jackie, of the home; a son, Martin J. Lollar and wife Paulette of Dallas, TX; sister, Tawannah Guest of Tulsa; and two nieces, Debbie Key of Alexandria, VA, and Janie Abbott of Tulsa.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
The family says those who wish may make memorials to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, 825 NE 13th, Oklahoma City, OK 73104-5097; or to your favorite charity.
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