Lyle Dean Sutton

1945-2013

 

Sutton, Lyle D. obit cropLyle Dean Sutton, 68, of Edmond, OK was born Dec. 7, 1945 in Enid, OK and passed away Oct. 27, 2013 in Edmond. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond & Trix Sutton and sister, Kathy Sutton. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Glenda and children, Stephanie Cochran, Shannon Sutton & Clark (Megan) Sutton, all of Edmond. He is also survived by 6 grandchildren who knew him as Papa; Austin, Taylor, Saylor, Jack, Morgan & Mallory; 3 sisters, Karen Sutton, Dede Sutton-Morris & Maureen Lindley; and 1 brother, Slim Sutton, all of Enid.

He spent a life career in the oil & gas industry, serving as COO of Hulen Operating.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 at the First Christian Church Chapel.

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  1. I met Lyle and his partner Robert in the ’80’s when they owned Epic Energy here in Oklahoma City. Lyle was one of the kindest, most personable men I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. He was so genuine and such a gentleman. Lyle will be missed terribly by all who knew him and I am sure his memory will be cherished by his loving family.

    God bless you all as you send your loved one home to God.

  2. My heart is just breaking in a million pieces. Dad( though not my father but was a father figure to me) has been in my life for 28 years. When I was a rebellious teenager I remember may talks with dad. He was always such a calm, loving man even when Steph and I rode his motorcycle sideways into the garage, wrecking it. His words of wisdom still ring thru my heart even from our most recent talks just last month. I am so truly blessed to be able to say he was such a positive influence in my life. Even though the world lost such a wonderful caring soul, I know he is in heaven singing with the angels right now watching out for all of us. Mom, Steph, Shannon, and Clark I love each of you very very much. My prayers go out to each of you.. All my love forever and always, Maxwell..

  3. Met lyle while working at control data (Seagate Technologies) in Okla. City.
    back in the early 80’s . If you didn’t like Lyle you didn’t like people. Hard working and very honest good man. Spencer Wilcox ( one of lyles many good friends) gave me the bad news. We had talked of meeting Lyle for lunch sometime a few weeks ago.
    I’m sorry we didn’t take the time.

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