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Obituary For

Clarence Aston

12/29/1958 - 04/27/2018

Clarence Aston went on to be with the Lord and all his loved ones who went before him on Friday, April 27, 2018. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, May 5th in the Walker-Brown Funeral Home Chapel. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Walker-Brown Funeral Home. Clarence Don Aston was born December 29, 1958 in Clinton, OK to Newton and Maurine (Lewis) Aston. He married Tina Treece on March 26, 1982 in Sayre, OK. Clarence worked for 38 years as a Meat Market Manager for United Supermarket. He was a self-sacrificing man, who worked hard to provide for his family, who he loved more than anything. Even in his last days, Clarence was still more worried about his wife, Tina, than himself and what was going on in his own body. Clarence loved his wife of 36 years, and hung on until he was sure she was going to be taken care of. Clarence was well respected and admired by so many in his community, and touched so many hearts by just being himself. He loved to fish and cruise around at Hudson lake, his favorite place to hang out. Clarence also loved spending time with and spoiling his family which include: son, Daniel Aston and wife Hillary of Bartlesville and daughters, Brandee and husband Bradley Ingram of Tonkawa, OK and Ashley Aston of Topeka, KS. He was blessed with five granddaughters; Karoline Aston, Alyssa Aston, Alexis Lewis, Haylee Ingram and Abbigale Raredon. Clarence is also survived by his sister Lenora Aston and brother Lawrence Aston, both of Sayre, OK numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers: Charles, Larry, James and Eugene Aston, and mother-in-law Ruby Jarbeck. He will be greatly missed. 



Pastor Brian Schexnayder


05/05/2018 07:00 pm
MEMORIAL SERVICE - - Walker-Brown Funeral Home Chapel
4201 E. Nowata Rd.
Bartlesville OK 74006


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  • Posted by Tracy Inman from Bartlesville, Oklahoma
    I am so sad to hear of this. I worked with him for many years at United. He was a great hardworking man. Prayers to his family.
    05/01/2018 at 04:50pm
  • Posted by Dana Jordan from Ramona, Oklahoma
    So sorry to hear of Clarence’s passing. I always asked for him when I came in to buy chicken for Concern food pantry located just east of United. He was always courteous, helpful and smiling. I know his presence as a hard working employee will be missed by all the staff at United. May your family and his fellow co-workers all share wonderful memories and comfort in God at this time of sadness.
    05/03/2018 at 12:45pm
  • Posted by Randi Trease from Edmond, Oklahoma
    It saddens me to hear about Clarence's passing. I worked with him for many years while at United and he was always so cheerful and had a quick wit for humor that could always make anyone smile. Sending my love to all of his family and friends.
    05/05/2018 at 03:04pm