David Leroy Heskett of Maramec, OK has passed away. He was 55 years old. David was born on August 6, 1965 the son of John David and Letha Maxine (Redburn) Heskett. He attended Perry schools for many years. David was a graduate of the Mulhall Orlando High School class of 1985. As a young man, David wanted to be an officer of the law. He attended OSU where he studied criminal justice hoping to join the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. He served as a Reserve Deputy for the Noble County Sheriff Department from 1990 until 1996. He worked as a welder and fabricator most of his life but was also known to cowboy. He rode bulls, roped calves, headed and heeled. He loved his family and was very supportive of their dreams. David is survived by his wife, Teresa Heskett of the home, son Trent Black and his wife Jesica of Luther, daughter Cassidy Heskett of Yale, grandsons Will and Wade Black of Luther, sister Ja-net Windiate and her husband Wendell of Coyle, brother Mike Wehling of Perry as well as many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Jan Montgomery and brother-in-law Larry Montgomery as well as brother Paul Fitzpatrick. Funeral services will be held at the Noble County Expo Arena, located at the Noble County Fairgrounds, at 2 p.m. on Monday, March 15, 2021. . Family will be having a meal and time of fellowship at the Women’s building at noon. Everyone who knew and loved David is welcome to attend a luncheon in his honor. To attend, please be at the Women’s building, on March 15, 2021 from 1:00 pm until 1:45 pm. Team roping will begin in the Arena at 1pm as guests arrive. Pastor Don Knott will officiate. Casket bearers for the service include Jason McNabb, Frank Burch, Jimmy Griffith, Steve Miller, Chad Givens, Billy Keith, Ray Warren and Robert Pierce. Trent Black and Cassidy Heskett will lead the riderless horse. At the close of the service, team roping will resume in the arena in his memory. You are welcome to arrive early to attend all the obsequies. Friends are welcome to stop by Brown Dugger Funeral Home to pay their respects on Saturday (3/13) from 10 until 5. A family reception well be held on Sunday from 2 to 4pm at the funeral home for those who wish to visit. Refreshments will be served, masks and hand sanitizer will be provided. Condolences may be written online at www.brownduggerfunrealhome.com
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