Pastor John O Martin
Thursday, August 18, 2016
i really enjoyed your page i am not a MHS alumni. Your page was very good and i like the fact that you shared about those who have passed on. I loved your pictures too. God BLess !@!
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  Don and Marva Glass Graves
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Greetings to the MTHS Class of 1965! Our brother, Joseph Graves, Jr., was a member of this great class.

We enjoyed viewing your site and seeing familiar faces from back in the day.

We hope that you will have a blessed and prosperous NEW YEAR.

Donald and Marva Glass Graves
MTHS Class of 1967
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  myron reed
Saturday, December 27, 2014
hello everyone
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  Osie Winn
Friday, November 2, 2012
To The MTHS Class of 1965:
Thank you very much for the flowers and beautiful resolution you sent to me and my family in honor of my mother.  Your thoughts, prayers, support and presence at the celebration of life service for my mother was greatly appreciated by my family and me.  May God continue to bless each of you.  Your friend and classmate
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  ronald wardlow
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Just ran across your site. It is always good to see the great classes of MTHS doing good things. It was great to see some faces I hadn't seen in years.  May you all continue to be blessed.

Ronnie Wardlow
MTHS class of 1967

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  marjorie shackelford
Thursday, September 8, 2011
i just recently ran across this page i am booker shackelfords oldest daughter marjorie shackelford and i decide to leave a message thank you for all your prayers me and my family are doing good even though it will be coming up on  the year anniversary of the loss of my dad my you all be blessed
                              YOURS TRULY,
                        MARJORIE SHACKELFORD
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  oster a woolridge
Monday, August 15, 2011
First time I stopped and  went through this web site.  As 65 class member I am really impressed! I won't to give you your flowers while you are here.  Thank you, keep up the good work.  I look forward to assisting you any way I can.

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  Jerry Redo
Monday, April 25, 2011
Hello to the Class of 1965. It is great to see so many faces from back in the day.
My best wishes to all of you and stay blessed.

Jerry "Lttle" Redo
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  Joe W. Johnson
Friday, February 4, 2011
Comments: Greetings Class of MTHS 1965. My name is Joe Johnson I am Booker D.Shackelford's youngest brother. I would Like to Thank you for your prayers and thoughts during the loss of our brother, Booker. Thank you For sending some Representatives From The Great Class Of MTHS 1965! THank you For Flowers They were so Beautiful with His school colors, I thank Mrs. Frankye Johnson for taking time out during her busy Day to listen To Me. I have The Class Banner That came with the Flowers, and Its Hanging Up Proudly in My Man Cave, Anyway if I can Be of any service To You Please Call 972-743-3123 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 972-743-3123 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. (Thanks You Joe Johnson Lancaster Texas 75146)
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  Clifford J. Bristow III
Sunday, November 7, 2010
I ran across this website while doing a search on my name and happened to see an old picture of my father was curious to know when it was took.
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
 NORMAN — Booker D. Shackelford was born as B. D. Shackelford, Jr. on October 17, 1947 in Richmond, CA to B. D. Shackelford, Sr. & the former Artie Mae Hopkins, as their eldest child.After his father’s and younger brother’s deaths, Booker and his mother moved to Waggoner, OK until his mother’s re-marriage to Emmitt Johnson, then settled in Muskogee, OK where two more sons were born, John Henry and Joe Willis Johnson.At the age of 8, Booker was born again and grew up attending Mount Zion Baptist singing in the choir, attending Sunday School and BTU.Booker attended Douglass Elementary, Sadler Jr. High and graduated from Manual Training High School in 1965 where he was a member of the marching band and football team. He then attended Northeastern State College (now Northeastern State University) on a football scholarship, graduating in 1969 with a B.S. in Education and a minor in History. He was active in track & field and was a charter member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. He then attended the University of Oklahoma, pursuing a second B.S. in Physical Therapy where he was a charter member of OU’s first African-American Fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha, Zeta Zeta chapter.He met and married the former Sherryl McDonald on September 19, 1970 in Oklahoma City and they made their home in Norman, OK where their family grew with four children: B. D. III, William Isaac, Marjorie and Michelle.Booker and his family were founding members of Norman’s first African-American church, Community Missionary Baptist, where he served as deacon, trustee, treasurer, clerk, Sunday School Supt., choir member, BTU, men’s fellowship, and Children’s Church from 1979-1991. He then served on the Usher Board at Riverside Church from 1991-1999. From 1999 until his passing, he served as Associate Pastor at Tabernacle of David Int’l Worship Center where he served in the choir, LifeSkills teacher, church clerk, Men’s Fellowship, and Security.Booker began his career in Law Enforcement as the first African-American Police Officer with the Norman Police Dept. in 1972 where he became a Master Patrolman and member of the SWAT team for 6 years. He then worked at General Motors in Security and other departments for 23 years. After GM’s plant closed, he became a deputy for Cleveland County Sheriff Office for 8 years providing security for Alternative Education. Upon retirement, he joined the Norman Public School Campus Police, continuing to work with Dimensions Academy and his beloved young people, whom he referred to as his “precious darlings.”Booker will be greatly missed dispensing his holy hugs, big smile, deep belly laughter, exhortations and corny jokes. He loved his family, church, friends, co-workers, roses, orchids, music, sports and life. He was a lover of Jesus, a praiser, a worshipper and believed the best of all as he prayed for others and shared the Word of God.His favorite Scriptures were II Cor 5:17; Rom 8:1-2; Phil 2:15 and Ps 3.He was preceded in death by his father, B. D. Shackelford, Sr.; mother Artie Mae Johnson; younger brother C. D. Shackelford, and step-father Emmitt Johnson.His legacy includes his wife of 40 years, Sherryl; sons B. D. III, and William Isaac; daughters Marjorie and Michelle; grandsons Xavier, Andrew Michael, William, Jr.; grand daughter Dymond; brothers John Johnson and Joe (Ruby) Johnson: aunts Ruth Nathan, Tressie Ratliff, Yvonne Asberry; brothers and sisters-in law Ray & Vanessa McDonald, Geneva McDonald, Daryl & Jacqueline Irvin, Larry McDonald; and a host of cousins, nephews, nieces.Services will be held Friday, October 22, 2010 at CrossPointe Church, 2601 S.E. 24th & Hwy 9 East at 10:00 a.m. A memorial service will be held at the same location on Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 7 p.m.A memorial fund has been established at IBC banks under Tabernacle of David; Booker Shackelford Memorial Fund.
  Donald Jacobs
Sunday, August 8, 2010
I want to commend you on your web site Class of 1965.  What a great idea.  It would be a great thing if the MTHS classes took your example and developed web sites.   Great job guys.
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  Kennard Brown
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
This is really neat.  If someone from Class of '65 want to donate a web site to the Class of '62.  We would love it.  I don't think we have the talent amongst us.

Also, I really appreciate how you guys stay in touch with each other.  I think you set a standard for the rest of us to follow.
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  Middle Passage
Friday, July 16, 2010
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  myron reed
Friday, May 14, 2010
just want to say hello
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  Joyce Neal
Saturday, March 27, 2010
I enjoyed looking at you guys class of 65 pictures.

I am David Browns sister, some of you i met when you were teenagers.

My how time flies.
 God Bless.
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