Kenneth Franklin Reddick, Sr.

July 13, 1931 - March 12, 2017

Kenneth Franklin Reddick, Sr.

July 13, 1931 - March 12, 2017


Kenneth Franklin Reddick, Sr., 85 a resident of Owasso, OK passed away March 12, 2017. Mr. Reddick was a United States Army Veteran and retired first class Mechanical Engineer. He enjoyed dirt car racing, fishing and was a model airplane enthusiast. He was so good at many things he was called “a jack of all trades”

Mr. Reddick is preceded in death by his parents: Jordan and Minnie Milton (Hunter) Reddick, wife: Dorothy Reddick; son: Kenneth D. Reddick; grandson: Lonnie Bradbury, Jr.

Left behind to cherish his memory are his daughter: Paula Darlene Reddick; stepdaughters: Claudia Nolen and Tina Gordon; stepson: Curtis Falls; grandsons: Scott Bradbury, Ken and Casey Reddick, Jeff Phillips, Matthew Nolen Ryan and Sean Gordon; granddaughters: Lisa Curtius, Tracy Laeger, Autumne Collins, Shauna Worley, Erica Galutza, Laura Lank, Kida Gordon, Jakarta Falls; 24 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great-grandchildren, 4 nieces , 2 nephews; brother: Wayne Reddick; sister: Connie (Jerry) Elaine.

Celebration of Life

  • Date & Time: March 18, 2017 (4:00 PM)
  • Venue: Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Funeral Home & Crematory
  • Location: 2103 E 3rd St Tulsa, OK 74104 - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Kenneth Franklin Reddick, Sr.

  1. Kenneth (Pinky) was a wonderful brother. Due to our age difference I didn't get to grow up with him. I was the surprise when he returned from the Korean Conflict. I always knew without a doubt that should I need him he would be there. He would willing help anyone who needed it. He loved fishing, Mom's chocolate pie, a good salad and a hot cup of coffee. I will miss our phone conversations and my annual birthday phone call. I will miss your laugh, your laugh and sense of humor. I will miss you. I love you.

  2. Sending Beloved Divine Healing to my Reddick Family as we lay to rest this Giant of a Man, Kenneth Frankin Reddick… God Blessed this Gentle Giant with a heart the size of Texas… that grin could steal your heart, he always gave the best hugs, and I loved his stories, so honored to have him in my home driving on his own at the age of 83! He bragged and bragged on my cooking skills, I told him I learned it all from his amazing mother Minnie Milton Hunter Reddick.. except her Chocolate Pie.. that was her own treasure.. Kenneth I will call on you my friend as a Special Guardian Angel… for I Know… YOU would catch me.. when I fall… happy for you… just miss you already.. tears of sadness and joy…. Honored to have been close to you in heart.. we had such long conversations and so interesting… I will be at your services in Spirit… Terry

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