Leslie Mutt Howard
”1948 - 2020”

    Leslie Mutt Howard

    The object is not to forget,
    but to remember to go on.
      Author Unknown

      Leslie Mutt Howard,
      age 72, of Wyandotte, OK passed away on Wednesday, December 30, 2020
      at Claremore Indian Hospital.
      Mutt was born on August 26, 1948, To John and Gerladine (Bearskin) Howard
      in Claremore, OK, one of ten children. He attended Wyandotte High School
      and was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1966 and served his country during
      the Vietnam War.
      In 1977, Mutt married Donna Wilson in Norman, OK and the couple made their
      home in Wyandotte.
      Automobiles were Mutt’s passion, repairing, restoring and even racing them.
      He enjoyed racing at MoKan and Thundervalley and made countless friends
      through his racing endeavors. Mutt was also an avid hunter and fisherman.
      Mutt and his brother opened Howard’s Auto Repair in Wyandotte and he worked
      there as a mechanic as long as his health permitted.
      He was preceded in death by his parents, 3 sisters: Susie Nuckols, Edie Bowers,
      and Trudy White, 3 brothers: Leroy Howard, Tom Stovall and Jimbo Stovall.
      Left to cherish Mutt’s memory, wife of 43 years, Donna Howard, daughter,
      Tonya Russell of Tennessee; sons: Dave Howard of Monroe, LA and
      Steven Howard (Haley) of Miami, OK; 7 sisters: Carol Hammond of Joplin, MO,
      Shine Carson, Tulsa, Laurie Heffleman and Deana Mersman of Grove, Neasy Garwood,
      George Ann Stovall and Donna Francis of Miami, OK 4 grandchildren: Bailee,
      Kaden and Kairi Howard, Tori Russell and many loved nieces, nephews and friends.
      A wake will be from 2pm Sunday, January 3, 2021 at the Seneca Cayuga Community
      Building until the graveside services at 2pm Monday, January 4, 2021 at
      Bassett Grove Cemetery.
      Resource: Nichols-Stephens Funeral

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