Mac D. Gordon
HULBERT - Funeral services for Mac D. Gordon, 81, of Hulbert, Oklahoma, are 2 p.m. March 12, 2020, at Green Country Funeral Home. Officiating will be Rev. Jerry Henson. Serving as pallbearers are Keith Shankle, Kale Shankle, Garrett Gordon, Brandon Hayes, Blake Adair and Kevin Simmons. Honorary pallbearers are Leon Breece, Keith Breece, Rick Breece, Red Kern, Lonnie Dobson and Junior Linch. Interment will follow in the New Home Cemetery under the care of Green Country Funeral Home

Mac was born in Warner, Oklahoma, on April 20, 1938, to Glen and Daisy (Taylor) Gordon. He was raised in the Peggs area, where he attended Locust Grove schools before graduating from Tahlequah High School in 1957.

He married Louise Steeley in Wagoner in 1960. Mac became a union iron worker and retired after a 50-year career.

He loved hunting, fishing, and roping. He raised beef cattle and enjoyed horses.

Mac is preceded in death by his parents, Daisy and Glen; Everett Gordon, Enos Gordon, Ruby Duffield, and Nina Audino.

He is survived by his wife, Louise, of the home; two children, Annetta Gordon of Hulbert, and Marlon Gordon also of Hulbert; four grandchildren, Keith Shankle and Michelle, Jana Hayes and Brandon, Blake Adair and Kierstin, and Garrett Gordon; seven great-grandchildren; as well as many extended family members, friends and loved ones.

Green Country Funeral Home, 203 S. Ron Rice Ave.; 918-458-5055.
Published on March 10, 2020

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Bill Carter
Mar 12, 2020
Mac was a good ole feller. when we worked guardrail together, we would go get scratch off tickets after work. We had a lot of good times. Loved our phone calls talking about the grandkids and the old guardrail days. Will sure him and the phone calls. Will keep you all in prayer. Friends don't get any better than Mac. As he would say they don't get 'more better' than him
Bill Carter
Mar 12, 2020
Mac was a good ole fellar. When we worked together, after work we would get a scratch off. We had a lot of good times together. Loved our phone calls and talking about the grandkids and old days of doing the guardrail. Gonna keep you all in prayer. Will sure miss
Bessie (Pete) Welborn
Mar 12, 2020
Louise, Netta Jo, Marlon, I am so sorry to hear about your lose, Even tho I can't be there in person, I will be there in Heart, and Memory. I will always remember Mac's smile and knowing he would do anything to help anyone that needed him. Love to all of you. Pete