Marshall Ollar

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Marshall Ollar of Heavener, Oklahoma was born May 11, 1954 in Hodgen Oklahoma to Frank and Lahoma (Dalton) Ollar and passed away July 30, 2020 in Heavener, Oklahoma at the age of 66.

He is survived by:

One son:

Marty Ollar of Heavener, Oklahoma

One sister:

Lanora Simpson of Texas

Three daughters:

Marsha Stringer and husband Walter of Waldron, Arkansas

Melissa and Julio Ramirez of Heavener, Oklahoma

Amber Bryant of Texas

One sister-in-law:

Kay Ollar of Mena, Arkansas

One brother:

Robert Ollar of Heavener, Oklahoma

Thirteen grandchildren:

Seth Jamerson, Precious Eslick, Kierra Ollar, Gary Eslick, Misty Eslick, Jack Eslick, Alex Wharff, Katie Stringer, Aniya Stringer, Deontray Stringer, Elisha Stringer, Jessica Taylor, and Jarrod Stringer

Six great-grandchildren:

Emma Jamerson, Hayden Eslick, Korah Loomis, Leo Wharff, Brooklyn Taylor, and Danielle Taylor

Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and a host of many friends

He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Lahoma and Ollar; four brothers, William Ollar, Andy Ollar, Randy Ollar, and Haden Ollar; and two daughters, Shanna Nicole Ollar and Angela Hawkins Remer.

Marshall was a long-time resident of the area and a worked at the Ollar Sawmill and was a oilfield and construction worker, at jack on many trades.  Marshall loved to play guitar and play horseshoes.  He loved going to Old-timers Day at Monroe, Oklahoma.  He loved his dogs Nikki

and Tiny.  He loved his buddy, Marty; they loved to garden and grow tomatoes, donating to anyone that that needed them.  Marshall was am outgoing person and tried to please people and make them smile.

Memorial service will be Tuesday, August 4th at 10:00 am at the Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home Chapel with Marshall Faulkberry officiating.   Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home of Heavener, Oklahoma.

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