In Memory

John Dover

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05/21/11 11:02 AM #1    

Pistol Rambo

  john  was   my  friend  ,  we  both   lived   in  claremore  for  years   ,   i  miss  him   .  pistol

05/22/11 07:41 PM #2    

Jennifer Dover (Ayers)

John Owen Dover

A memorial service for former Claremore resident John Owen Dover will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Freeman-Harris Funeral Home in Tulsa.

Dover passed away Saturday, June 12, 2004 in a boating accident.  He was 50.

John Owen Dover was born September 14, 1953 in New Orleans, LA the son of Kyle and Marlene Dover.  His grandparents - the late Lois and Owen Dover and Ovid and Ocie Mayberry - were longtime Claremore area pioneers, business and civic leaders.  He graduated from Tulsa East Central High and attended Rogers State University where he was Phi Beta Kappa.

A Vietnam veteran of the U.S. Army, he was a distributor and marketing representative for Tahitian Noni International

He was a member of Jubilee Worship Center in Tulsa.  An avid fisherman and hunter, he was a wining tournament archery competitor.  He enjoyed his time with is children and grandchildren and playing pitch with friends.

Survivors include his daughter, Jennifer Ayers and Camron of Verdigris; sons, Jonathan Cunningham and Nairym of Ft. Bragg, S.C., and Justin Dover of Stillwater; companion, Debbie Carr-Dover, grandchildren, Caleb, Corey and Cyler Ayers and Lillianise Cunningham; parents, Kyle and Marlene Dover of Claremore; brother, Jerry and Debbie Dover of Southwest City, MO; Janelle and David Hankinson of Sequim, WA; and many aunts, uncles nieces, nephews and cousins.

**Current info for his children/grandchildren.

Jennifer Ayers and Camron of Verdigris - Grandsons; Caleb, Corey & Cyler Ayers

Jonathan Cunningham and Kelli of Ft. Jackson S.C. - Lillianise, Kaden & McKayla Cunningham

Justin Dover and Hailee of Seattle, WA.

He is missed beyond words.  We know each day he is with each of us and know how proud of his children and grandchildren he would be.

Thank you for allowing me to post his info on the web site and FB site.  It means so much to each of us to know that people miss him as much as we do.  He was an amazing Dad, Son and Friend.

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