Lucille Head

July 28, 1930 - May 17, 2015


Clara Lucille Head, 84, of Tulsa, passed away peacefully at her home on Sunday, May 17, 2015, with her son, Tom, by her side. Born in West Tulsa, Lucille was a long time resident of Tulsa and loved her community. She worked fulltime for many years for American Waste Control, before taking a leave of absence to take care of her husband, Jimmie, who was ill. Prior to working at AWC, she worked at Tulsa Paper Company. Her church homes were Winnetka Heights in West Tulsa and Immanuel Baptist later on in life.? Lucille was devoted to her family and loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed crocheting and making her famous yellow stuff. She also loved working side-by-side with her daughter,Vickie, at American Waste Control and taking road trips to Vegas with her husband, Jimmie. But, her greatest joy was climbing the stairs to her office throughout the week at 5am to go to work. Lucille was preceded in death by her husband Jimmie Lee Head, her daughter Angel Lee, her mom and dad, Rufus and Stella Jewel Hawker, and her three sisters, Della, Pearl, and Betty. She leaves behind Tom her son and his wife, Rhonda, and Vickie her daughter and her husband Kenneth; and grandchildren, Shawn, Paul, Elizabeth, Kyle, Laura, and Lisa; as well as nine great-grandchildren. The visitation will be held on Thursday from 4-7 Butler-Stumpff Funeral Home, 2103 E. 3rd Street, Tulsa, OK. The funeral will be held on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 1pm at Butler-Stumpff. Flowers can be sent to the funeral home. For further information, or to send the family a condolence,

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5 responses to Lucille Head

  1. Diana says:

    I am missing you already Lucille, you have been a part of my life for over 60 years. I love that I was your favorite sister in law as you were mine!! Say hello to my son and family!

  2. Jean Dawson says:

    With a heavy heart, my heartfelt condolences to the family at this difficult time. As one of the first to arrive to work AFTER Lucille every morning, I looked so forward to our morning visits. We Laughed, talked of family and just life in general. I am so saddened by her passing and Ask that the Lord bless and keep you all in his comfort during this difficult time. Much Love….Jean Dawson

  3. I loved lucelle so much she was like a mother to me.she always told me stories of herself and jimmy. One funny one was when they returned from a trip , they got off a plain , lucelle was pushing jim down the ramp in a wheel chair, her purse fell off her shoulder she letgo of the wheel chair to fix her purse, the chair rolled down ramp hit the end of ramp tipped jim over he still had his cigar still in his mouth smashed on his face . Lucelle ran to him ask if he was ok jimmy responded "lucelle you trying to kill me?" They had lots of stories like that. NOW THEIR MAKING HISTORY TOGETHER IN HEAVEN. I love and will miss both of you. Love Janice

  4. Lucy was "my all time favorite supervisors". I have wonderful memories of Tulsa Paper days, Lucy running the entire show. A lot of energy-wonderful human being.

  5. Dan Mckaskle says:

    Tom and I went to school together and I always remember how kind his mother, Lucille, was. She was such a sweet lady and always had a smile on her face. My condolences to Tom and his sister Vickie. may the lord comfort you in your time of loss.

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