Melvin Robert Shamblin
”2002 - 2020”

    Melvin Robert Shamblin

    Love is Immortal
    Love is pure energy and
    No matter how hard you try,
    You can never kill love
    Because pure energy can’t die
    The feeling of love can fade,
    And the body can cease to give,
    But the energy created by love Is immortal and continues To live.

      Melvin Robert Shamblin 18, of Wyandotte went to be with the Creator November 12, 2020.
      Melvin was born June 18, 2002 in Miami, Oklahoma to Melvin R. Smith and Rashell Shamblin.
      He was a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma and had lived in Wyandotte since 2015 coming from Kansas.
      He is preceded in death by his father, a sister Austina Barton, grandmother Helen Shamblin and aunt Sara Shamblin
      Survivors mother Rashell Shamblin of the home, six brothers James Barton of Kansas City, KS, Charles Smith, Braiden Barton, Cole Barton, Ruger Barton and Cam Barton all of Wyandotte, OK three sisters Skyla Barton of Wyandotte, OK Jozlyn Barton of Wyandotte, OK and Samantha Smith of Noel, MO grandfather Don Shamblin of Miami, OK and grandmother Glenda Barton of Wyandotte, OK
      Graveside services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 23, 2020 at the Bassett-Grove Cemetery North of Grove, Oklahoma.
      The family will set up with Melvin at the Seneca Community Center beginning Saturday, November 21, 2020 till service time.
      Native American rites will be given by Brandon Chafin and assisted by David Lane. Pallbeares Phillip Logan, Jerry Lee Logon, Pud Quapaw, Braiden Barton, Charles Smith and Scott Rodgers.
      Honorary Pallbeares will be Lenny Logan and James Barton. Internment will be in the Bassett-Grove Cemetery next to the Seneca Pow Wow Grounds, north of Grove, Oklahoma
      Resource:Paul Thomas Funeral Home

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