Wagoner, Oklahoma
2980 US-69
Wagoner, OK 74467
(918) 485-9525
Shipman Funeral Homes located in Wagoner, Oklahoma prides itself on generations of experience. Our services are available to families in North Texas, Western Arkansas, and Eastern Oklahoma. Our professional staff has a reputation for being trustworthy, and compassionate while meeting your funeral service needs.

David Leo Compton April 1, 2017

David Leo Compton, Wagoner, Oklahoma
David Leo Compton, lovingly known as "Pops", passed this life on Thursday, March 30, 2017, at the age of 78, at St. John Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was born May 15, 1938, to Burton Compton and Edith Joiner in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. David was always seen wearing his Stetson Cowboy hat. He loved watching westerns, especially when they involved John Wayne. For 53 years David owned and operated his own truck, where he trucked for Atlas Van Lines. He soon then retired in 2008 and spent more time at home with his wife Saundra Compton. David was preceded in death by his mother and father, Burton and Edith Compton and his two brothers Ives Smith and Robert Compton.
David is survived by his wife Saundra Compton of the home. Five sons, Larry Compton, Chuck Compton, David Compton and his wife Kim of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, Mike Compton and his wife Tina of Sun City, California, and Vince Roeder of Okay, Oklahoma. Five daughters, Kim Compton and her husband David of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, Twyla Craig and her husband Paul of Ladson, South Carolina, Shelly Beck and her husband Jeff of North Charleston, South Carolina, Debbie Sellek of Monett, Missouri, Sandy Capers and her husband Dan of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. Three sisters, Joyce Gee of Clarksville, Tennessee, Patsy Wynn of Sun City, California, Sharon Holt and her husband Al, of L.A., California. Numerous Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren.
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For more information about arrangements for David please call our Shipman’s Muskogee Cremation & Funeral Service Home at 918-683-1700.
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