February 7, 1936 – February 26, 2018
Richard Brinlee born February 7, 1936 in Ludlow, OK, departed this life February 26, 2018 at age 82. He is survived by wife Doris of 63 years; children Anna Marie (Larry) Teel, Rick (Patsy) Brinlee, Linda (Donny) Strawn, Karen (Mike) Klish, Cynthia (Rick) Logue and Regina (Danny) Adams; brother Dean Brinlee; 12 grandchildren - Charles Wray, Shawnda Williams, Jeffrey Teel, Jeremy Teel, Courtney Logue, Shane Klish, Breanna Brinlee, Cameron Logue, Kyle Klish, Richard S. Brinlee, Danielle Adams and Dakota Adams; 9 great grandchildren - Kiley, Cassidy, Kaci, Katie, Cara, Tristian, Natali, Lillian and Daniel; and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by granddaughter Jennifer Wray; parents Lesley & Martha; sisters Imogene Childers, Marie Turner, Margie Gates & Dollie Buie; brothers George and Ted. He was a retired home builder and construction worker. He enjoyed square dancing, traveling, playing pegs & jokers, & especially spending time with family and making his special cornbread dressing for them. Visitation will be held from 2 -8 pm, Friday, March 2, 2018 and services 2 pm, Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home - Del City with interment to follow at Sunnylane Cemetery.
- Kyle Klish, Pallbearer
- Shane Klish, Pallbearer
- Richard S. Brinlee Jr., Pallbearer
- Charles Wray, Pallbearer
- Cameron Logue, Pallbearer
- Jeffrey Teel, Pallbearer
- Jeremy Teel, Pallbearer
- Dakota Adams, Pallbearer
- Visitation Friday, March 2, 2018
- Funeral Service Saturday, March 3, 2018
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March 2, 2018
I just wanted to say that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I didn't know Richard well but I am looking forward to getting to know him better when we see each other again.
Love, Amy Strawn-Staudenraus
March 1, 2018
My sincere condolences to the family. May the God o all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)
February 28, 2018
I’m sending prays for my Aunt Doris and my cousins and their families. It will be hard not having him here with us. I loved his smile and that cute laugh of his. Last year Kenny and I would occasionally go to Western Sizzlin in Moore on Thursday evenings before going to visit mom at Village on the Park. We found out that Uncle Richard and Aunt Doris met with friends for dinner on Thursday evenings and Western Sizzlin was one of their hangouts. On several occasions they would stop by to visit mom after dinner and so we got to spend time with them as well as mom. We loved visiting with them. They talked about the past and the present, it was so much fun reminiscing. They told us about their square dancing experiences and tried to talk us into joining, they loved it. We stopped going out to eat on Thursday evenings after mom passed away so we missed seeing them too, it's been eight months. I have always looked up to Uncle Richard all my life; a great role model and a wonderful person. I will truly miss him. Keep remembering all the fun times you had with him, he will always be in our hearts. I love you all.
February 27, 2018
I have very fond memories of Uncle Richard and Aunt Doris as a preteen. They were always very kind to me. I am so sorry for your loss and I am praying for your entire family. God Bless!
February 27, 2018
Uncle Richard was a quiet and sweet man that was loved by many. He had a fun personality and was a joy to be around. I know that he had a very special place in my momma's heart!! She loved her baby brother! We loved him too!
I know you all will have a lot of rough days ahead without him. I can only suggest that you focus on all the fun memories that you have! Cling to each other as a family! We love you guys and will be praying for you daily.
Robyn Tucker Mitchell
February 27, 2018
I'v always appreciated how kind and patient both of your parents were to me. He made the best salad dressing ever.