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Steven Lee Sparks
4 octobre 1951 – 8 juillet 2020
Steven was born to Lilbert Otis Sparks, Jr. and Jannes Lenora (Miller) Sparks on October 4, 1951 in Oklahoma City. He passed away on July 8, 2020 in Oklahoma City.
Steven graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in business, and was a successful business man with endeavors including: owning an apartment complex, one of the largest vending routes in Oklahoma, and one of his favorites was restoring the legacy of Sherlock’s night club. He was a master of all trades. Some of Steven’s interests and hobbies included dancing with friends, traveling to tropical resorts, and of course Oklahoma Sooners football. BOOMER!
Steven is survived by his son Brian Sparks of Oklahoma City; ex-wife Deborah Sparks-Simpson of Oklahoma City, Jannes K. McKenzie (John) of Palm Desert, CA; John McKenzie II (Hillary) of Oklahoma City; Owen McKenzie; Shelby Jayne Loveless (Mickey) of Oklahoma City; Ayden Loveless of Claremore; Mickey Loveless, II of Oklahoma City; Slayter Loveless of Oklahoma City; and his closest friends John “Jonesy” Jones of Oklahoma City; and Wayne Leflett aka W.W. Michaels of Oklahoma City.
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Steven Lee Sparks
13 juillet , 2020
Steve, you definitely left your footprint here. We were still friends through the good and the bad, and the one memory that stays with me is the son that came out of our marriage. He has grown into a strong, intelligent and handsome man today. He loved you dearly and wasn't ready for you to go. I hope your doing the cupid shuffle up there. Your lifetime friend. You will be missed! Debbie Sparks-Simpson
Wayne Leflett aka... W W. Michaels
10 juillet , 2020
Steve, What Does It Take too Say How Much You'll Be Missed... You've Been A Wonderful Friend Over The Years... I'm So Thankful For The Time We've Shared In Our Friendship... You're Going to Be Greatly Missed... We Had Alot of Fun and Great Visits .... I'm Going too
Miss The Fun Times in My DJ Booth at Edsels
As Well As at Sherlock's... Great Memories Having Breakfast at Denny's and Ihop... You Were A Wonderful Person With A Beautiful Heart.... You're Going too Always Be Remembered... I'm Thankful Too God for Bringing You Home and No Longer Suffering In Pain...I'll See You Again in Our Next Life....
Respectfully, Your Life Friend, W.W. Michaels...
9 juillet , 2020
Steve was a great guy that wanted to keep the Sherlocks Club going as long as it could. Steve and I had a lot of fun working together and also some hard times but mostly overall a lot of wonderful memories!!! Rest In Peace Steve keep the Gator going!!!