Victor French
May 21, 1964  -  February 21, 2018

Victor French


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Roberts/Reed-Culver Chapel
801 W Locust St
Stilwell, OK  74960
Monday, February 26, 2018
4-6p.m.
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RobertsReedCulver Chapel
801 W Locust St
Stilwell, OK  74960
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
1:00 p.m.
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Victor Raydean French, son of Mary Lee Christie and Edward French was born May 21, 1964 in Tahlequah, OK and departed this life on February 21, 2018 in Stilwell, OK, at the age of 53 years.

Victor loved singing and was a past member of the Kingfisher Quartet. He also enjoyed fishing, cooking, spending time with family and worked at E & E Brake Parts in his younger working career.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents; Florence York and Jess Christie, Amie Pickup and Jess French, aunts; Laura Wolf and Lavonna Farrell and 4 Christie Uncles.

Victor is survived by a loving family that includes his son; Edward Eli French of Tahlequah, Ok, grandson; Reign French, Mother Mary Thompson of Stilwell, OK, father; Edward French and companion Diane, of Briggs, OK, siblings; Laura Killer and companion Loyd Berry, David Thompson, all of Stilwell, OK, Edward French of Minnesota, Pamela French, Robert French of North Carolina, Arrow French of Bluejacket, OK and Brett French of Oregon. Several nieces, nephews, other relatives and many, many friends also survive him.


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  1. Dr Lisa Christiansen
    Lawton, OK

    This is heartbreaking, my cousin has passed away. I am just hearing about it thank you Janet, WOW, this is so hard to believe... Gaillynn you are right, I can hear Victor and my aunt Deida (Fayeola) laughing and singing God's praise. He was such an outstanding singer with the voice of 10,000 angels. I remember when we all went to Cedar Tree Babtist Church and then we all moved to Elm Tree because your daddy was the pastor and we all followed him from Cedar Tree to Elm Tree and how we all walked to the convenient store all of 1/4 mile away and my aunt was certain we were going to be kidnapped in that short distance as she yelled "Lizard" it seemed like we could hear her the entire walk, I remember Jason and Phillip Brickey across the street from Elm Tree and how Victor was always trying to get them to come to church and Deidra was always there to help. I miss him so much... Hey, what happened to Punkin?...

    Victor Raydean French, son of Mary Lee Christie and Edward French was born May 21, 1964 in Tahlequah, OK and departed this life on February 21, 2018 in Stilwell, OK, at the age of 53 years.

    Victor loved singing and was a past member of the Kingfisher Quartet. He also enjoyed fishing, cooking, spending time with family and worked at E & E Brake Parts in his younger working career.

    He was preceded in death by his grandparents; Florence York and Jess Christie, Amie Pickup and Jess French, aunts; Laura Wolf and Lavonna Farrell and 4 Christie Uncles.

    Victor is survived by a loving family that includes his son; Edward Eli French of Tahlequah, Ok, grandson; Reign French, Mother Mary Thompson of Stilwell, OK, father; Edward French and companion Diane, of Briggs, OK, siblings; Laura Killer and companion Loyd Berry, David Thompson, all of Stilwell, OK, Edward French of Minnesota, Pamela French, Robert French of North Carolina, Arrow French of Bluejacket, OK and Brett French of Oregon. Several nieces, nephews, other relatives and many, many friends also survive him.

  2. Marissa Smith and Ronald French
    Cherokee, NC

    Prayers to your family from ours here in nc. Our grandfather was meroney French. Wish we had the chance to meet. Maybe one day soon

  3. Lisa French-Simpson
    Sand Springs, OK

    RIP Victor...love ya

  4. Janet Littledave
    Salina, OK

    Sorry for your loss pumpkin
    Love you and ur family
    .

  5. Shelly Grooms
    Stilwell, OK

    Victor,you were or are a good man.I have enjoyed the time we have got to visit one another.I will truly miss you.Thanks for you kind and lovely talks.You are a big part of my family.I will love and miss you dearly.

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