William T. ClymerClymer, William obit pic

1947-2016

William “Bill” Tolly Clymer passed away at Mercy Hospital on Monday, September 19, 2016 at the age of 68. Bill was born on a peanut farm in Missouri on December 9, 1947.

Bill married his wife, Dorothy, on August 16, 2002 in Oklahoma City.

Bill is preceded in death by his parents, E. Tolly and Ruth Clymer.

Bill is survived by his loving wife Dorothy of Oklahoma City; brother, Frank Boully and spouse of San Antonio, TX; brother, David Boully and spouse of Yukon, OK; children; Shannon Clymer-Almon and husband William of Oklahoma City; Mark Clymer and Emily Anson of Oklahoma City; Lisa Genn of Hobart, OK; James Genn of Amarillo, TX; Penny Parks and husband Ricky of Mustang; Christy Sylvester and husband Don; Brandi Barton and husband Alan of Marland, OK; Shelly Henderson and husband Cody of Bridge Creek, OK. Along with many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews.

Bill enjoyed sports, especially OU football and Thunder basketball, as well as politics, reading, going to church and spending time with his family.

A public viewing will be held at Matthews Funeral Home, 601 S. Kelly, Edmond on Friday, September 23, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The funeral service will be held at Harvest Assembly of God, 4019 S. Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. with Pastors Travis Jenkins and Mike Schaffer officiating. The burial will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery immediately proceeding the funeral service.

Comments

  1. Bill and I grew up together. He lived about a block away. We attended University Heights Elementary School, along with our neighbors and the children from the Baptist Children’s Home that was at NW 63rd and Penn at that time. We had wonderful teachers and formed a very tight-knit community from the surrounding area. Bill was always very artistic. He and I were the only two students of our class to take violin lessons one day a week from a visiting teacher. That only lasted for a year and was not a lot of fun for that teacher, I’m thinking, judging from my memory of the terrible noises we made. Bill will be missed by all who knew him.

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