Services for Clifford Earl Delozier, 73, of Ada, are at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Criswell Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Coy Howry will officiate.
Mr. Delozier died Friday, April 7, 2017, at his home. He was born Oct. 15, 1943, in Ada to Claude and Ethel Mae Manuel Delozier. She passed away in 1953 and he was then raised from the age of 9 until his death by his mom Lela Mae Delozier. He attended Stonewall schools.
He married Betty L. Davis Sept. 5, 1965, in Santa Ana, California. She preceded him in death Aug. 8, 2011. Mr. Delozier was a fishing tool supervisor and production consultant for various oil companies throughout the United States. He was given various medals while serving in the U.S. Marines from March 9, 1962, until Jan. 24, 1968. He was a Southern Baptist.
Survivors include his son, Dennis Delozier; one daughter, Pam Clark; his mother, Mae Delozier; two grandchildren, Tilly Delozier and Nikki Delozier; four sisters, Connie Campbell of Ada, Claudine Sizemore of Checotah, Lela Delozier of Shawnee and Patty Howry of Ada; seven brothers, Lee Delozier of Flippen, Arkansas, Larry Delozier of Waterloo, Indiana, Gene Delozier of Stonewall, Roger Delozier of Ada, E.M. Delozier of Muskogee, Claude Delozier of Midland, Texas, and Earl Delozier of Ada.
He was preceded in death by his father, Claude Delozier; his infant son, Clifford Douglas Delozier; and his brothers, Johnny Dwayne Delozier, Don Edward Delozier and Jackie Ray Delozier.
Published on  April 10, 2017