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Guardian Funeral Homes West Chapel

5820 Northwest 41St Street, Warr Acres, OK

OBITUARY

Tony Allen BLEVENS

September 21, 1948August 24, 2019

Tony Blevens passed away on August 24, 2019 in Oklahoma City at the age of 70. Tony was born September 21, 1948 in Purcell, OK to Richard C. and Othilla Mae Heartsill Blevens. Tony graduated from Crooked Oak High school, where he was a talented athlete.Tony enlisted in the US Navy in 1968. He served on the USS Enterprise. After serving 2 tours he was Honorably discharged in 1971. During his service he was awarded the national Defense Medal, Viet Nam Service Medal, Viet Nam Campaign Medal, Armed Forces expeditionary Medal, navy Unit Commendation and the Vietnamese Gallantry Cross. Tony was a patriot and loved his country. He was also a born caregiver. He loved people and had a special ability to help those that needed extra support, whether other veterans, his friends, family members or even a stranger, however Tony never met a “stranger” they were all important to him. Tony was both trucker and cowboy, he began working at the family’s cattle ranch at a young age. In 1971 he was called home from the Navy to help run Dick’s Cartage, his dad’s trucking business. The highlight of his career was driving Bill Paxton to Watika, OK for the filming of "Twister" in the summer of 1995. Tony was preceded in death by his mother, Othilla Mae Thompson and brother, Danny Wayne Blevens. He leaves behind those that love him, his wife, Marcie, father, Dick Blevens and his wife, Evelyn, 2 sons, Cody Blevens of Guthrie and Justin Brock of Yukon and daughter, Miquel Cullop of Florida, step-daughter, Carlee of Chicago, and Bobbie, Elizabeth and Jessica all of OKC, 9 grandchildren, Kilee, Braylee, Kelsey, Emily, Paige, Allison, Cade, Hadley, Jackson, Quinn and Beau and 1 great granddaughter, Autumn, brother, Bryan Thompson and wife, Regina, sister-in-law, Nell Blevens, cousin Jim Wade and his wife Julie and many other relatives and friends. A celebration of life will be held on Tony’s birthday, September 21 at 10:00 AM in the Stars and Stripes Park Bob Hope Pavilion(3701 S. Lake Hefner Dr. Oklahoma City, OK). If you wish to send coordinating flowers, contact Tony Foss Florist 405-843-4119.

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Jacque Booth

September 15, 2019

FACT THAT MOST OF YOU DONT KNOW: Tony & I met waaay before I knew he was dating Marcie. I think we knew each other BEFORE he met Marcie.......at the nursing home ......I was charge nurse on days-I knew every patient & their visitors. Tony asked for the nurse-me-introduced himself & told me he was there to see a vet buddy, Bill". He also thanked me for taking care of him. As I was professionally acknowledging the compliment, Tony came around nsg station & hugged me really tight. Looked me in the eyes & said, "God bless you for what you do here". We were bonded from then on- Christian-Hippie Budies!!! He came to see Bill at least every other day, & then Bill took a turn & went downhill. He passed quietly at the hospital. I missed seeing Tony. His smile, long grey pony tail & his positive energy. ..........then 1 day-all of a sudden-out of the blue-(SWEAR THIS IS TRUE)- Marcie walks in to the nursing home beaming & glowing & showing me a ring on her weddin finger....and TONY was behind her.......my mouth dropped open....and I cried a little cause soooo happy......he didnt know she was my friend, & she didnt know he knew me from visiting Bill!!!! He has met up with Bill again & is dancing with Angels now. This story is my fav special sweet memory of my Christian-Hippie-Brother. Love you Tony. ✌💜😚

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY