Rebecca Ann Logan Bonbrake
”1961 - 2015”

    Rebecca Ann Logan Bonbrake

    "The best and most beautiful
    Things in the world cannot
    Be seen or even touched.
    They must be felt with the heart."
      Helen Keller

      Rebecca Ann Logan Bonbrake
      of Grove, OK passed away Thursday, June 4, 2015 at her home.
      She was 54.
      Rebecca was born April 8, 1961 in Sand Springs, OK.
      She had lived in the Miami and Grove area most of her life,
      she was of the Baptist faith and a member of the Peoria Indian Tribe.
      She was preceded in death by her husband Steve Clark ,
      her step father Joe Jumper, 2 brothers Dave Logan and Sydney Logan and
      3 sisters Jackie Birdsong, Vivian Bitsie and Helen Shamblin.
      Survivors include 2 sons Anthony Bonbrake and wife Angie of Commerce, OK
      and Michael Bonbrake and wife Gracie of Miami, OK, a daughter
      Lindsey Wilson and husband Michael of Miami, OK, Her mother Mary Jumper of Grove, OK
      4 brothers Gerald Logan of Wyandotte, OK and Phillip Logan of Tahlequah, OK,
      Jon Mitchell of Grove, OK and Joe Mitchell of Table Rock, AR,
      4 sisters Margaret Logan of Washington State, Sandy Works of Broken Arrow, OK,
      Susie Mitchell of Joplin, MO and Anita Mitchell of Joplin, MO. 5 Grandchildren.
      Graveside services will be Monday, June 8, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
      at the Bassett Grove Cemetery , northeast of Grove, OK
      Paul Barton will conduct Native American Rites.
      Pallbearers will be Billy Logan, Michael Lockner, Scotty Rodgers,
      Calvin Roberts, Charlie Burchem and Adam Blount.
      The family will receive friends at the old A.O.A. Building in
      the Seneca-Cayuga Complex N.E. of Grove.
      Services have been placed in care of the Paul Thomas Funeral Home and
      Cremation Service of Miami, OK. Online
      condolences may be made at

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