Truman Levi Barnhill
Truman Barnhill was born to Ray and Elsie (Canfield) Barnhill on December 3, 1927 at Binger, Ok. He departed this life at his home on August 25th at the age of (91) years.
Mr. Barnhill attended the Clearbrook and Denver Schools. He married the love of his life Elizabeth Shaw on December 19, 1948 in Norman, Ok. They celebrated (70) years of marriage in 2018. They made their home east of Norman. He was a member of the Bennett Church of the Nazarene. Mr. Barnhill was a loving Husband, Father and Grandfather. He and Elizabeth retired from the Greenleaf Bakery in Norman in 1988. He was employed as a Baker at Albertsons for a short time before retiring again. Mr. Barnhill loved baking and farming, he also enjoyed gardening but his grandchildren were the best of all. Each one of them brought him great memories and he loved spending time with them.
He was preceded in death by his Parents, Son Thomas Barnhill, Sisters; Vina Harris, Della Prince, and Cherry Kirschner, Brothers; CE and Bartus Barnhill, Granddaughter Hillary Green. Those who survive him include his Wife Elizabeth of the home, (5) Sons; Mark and Debbie Barnhill, Bruce Barnhill, James Barnhill, Eric Barnhill, Jeffrey and Robin Barnhill, Daughter Marilyn Crawford, , Sister Elsie Shaw, Brother BT and Arlene Barnhill, (7) Grandchildren; Greg Broswell, Ryan Broswell, Valerie Huffman, Jaron Barnhill, Stacey Barnhill, Allen Barnhill, Ariel Crawford, (6) Great Grandchildren; Tanner Huffman, Chase Huffman, William Broswell, Jase Broswell, Wyatt Barnhill, Reagan Green and other relatives and friends.
FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:00am Thursday, August 29th McMahans Funeral Chapel
VISITATION: 4:00PM-7:00PM Wednesday, August 28th
INTERMENT: Denver Cemetery
Published on August 27, 2019


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