Martin C. Stick June 16, 1949 - February 20, 2015 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Services for Martin C. Stick, 65, Allen, are 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Chickasaw Community Center. Rev. Gene Williams will officiate. Burial will follow at Steedman Cemetery. A prayer service will be 7 p.m. Monday at Criswell Funeral Home.
Mr. Stick died Friday, Feb. 20, 2015, at an Oklahoma City hospital. He was born June 16, 1949, to Martin C. and Eliza Walton Stick at Stonewall. He graduated from Allen High School and was employed as a manager in the maintenance department with Chickasaw Nation. Mr. Stick served in the United States Marine Corps from 1969 to 1970. He was proud to be a full blood Chickasaw and was fluent in the Chickasaw language. He made bows and stickball sticks.
He and Loeta Williams were married June 8, 1973.
Survivors include his wife Loeta, of the home; one daughter, Latisha Cornelson of Ada; two brothers, Harold Stick and Rodney Stick of Ada; two sisters, Linda Stick of Ada and Vickie DeMarris of Stratford; four grandchildren, Dalton Stick, Eliza Stick, Rosalie Stick and Sethrael Cornelson; and one great-grandson, Maddox Stick.
He was preceded in death by his son, Charles Stick; a great-grandson, Charles D. Stick Jr.; and a brother, Earl Stick.
Obituaries may be viewed and online condolences sent to criswellfh.com.
Criswell Funeral Home, Ada
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