Dottie Lavada Thomas

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Dottie Lavada Thomas was born October 30, 1948 in Poteau, Oklahoma to Aarion Troy and Lottie Elvada (Flanary) Clark and passed away on September 1, 2019 at her home in Arkoma, Oklahoma at the age of 70.



She is survived by her daughter Dawn Eacret (Tommy), four sons, Doyal Akers (Debbie), Troy Thomas(Charity), Stephen Thomas(Anita), and Billy Thomas(Becky Johnson), eleven grandchildren, Taylor Cox(Stephanie), Alexis Brooks, Chase Ladd(Janet), Felicia Eacret, Jaden Thomas, Christopher Thomas, Ranger Thomas, Josie Thomas, Stephanie Thomas, Cassandra Thomas, and Amber Johnson, thirteen great grandchildren, James, Ryker, Case, Callea, Hagen, Ava, Emma, Sophia, Wyatt, Martin, Michael, Faith, and Haydin, her brother, John Clark, sister-in-law, Jan Clark, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other family, and friends.


Preceding her in death are her parents, Troy and Lottie Clark, her son, Tommy Thomas, her granddaughter, Erica Ladd, her great grandson, Camden Ladd, two brothers, Billy Clark and Troy Clark, and her nephew River Cusick. Dottie attended Green Country Cowboy Church when she was able and enjoyed Camping, fishing, collecting frogs and dolls. Her favorite hobby was loving her family and she will be missed by everyone who knew her.


The family would like to give as special “Thanks” to Mary Barton and Cima Hospice for their loving care.


Funeral services will be 10am Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at the Mallory-Martin Funeral Home Chapel in Spiro, Oklahoma with Brother Victor Sweet officiating.


Burial will follow in the New Hope Cemetery under the direction of the Mallory-Martin Funeral Home, Spiro, Oklahoma.


Viewing hours will be Tuesday from 10am -7pm with the family gathering with friends from 5pm-7pm at the funeral home.


Pallbearers will be Doyal Akers, Troy Thomas, Stephen Thomas, Billy Thomas, Chase Ladd, Tommy Eacret, Stacy Hope, and Tommy Rust. So sign Dottie’s online guest book, please visit


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