Rodney Charles Nuttle

Class of 1987

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Rodney Nuttle

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Rodney Charles Nuttle

October 15, 1969 – January 4, 2010

Rodney Charles Nuttle, 40, died January 4, 2010, after a short illness. He died at home surrounded by family and friends.

Born October 15, 1969 in Perry, OK, he attended Perry Public Schools until he graduated from Perry High School in 1987. He then attended OSU.

As a youngster he worked as a paperboy for the Perry Daily Journal. Later he went to work at Safeway/Homeland as a sacker and soon moved to checker, both in Perry and Claremore. He worked for several years at IBM, then left to become a partner in a remodeling/carpentry business in Dallas.

He enjoyed trips to the beaches in Texas and was a member of various First Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ).

Rodney is survived by his parents, Chuck and Nila Nuttle; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Carmen and Roger Tetik and Andrea and Paul Tyrrell; three nephews, Ryan Dilbeck and Caleb and Alexander Tyirell; step-nephews and nieces Whitney Tetik, Quinton, Amanda and Aiden Tetik, Treynor Tetik and Spencer Tetik, and his good friend, Doug Hathcock.

He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Dona Gay Nuttle; his paternal grandparents, C.E. and Fay Nuttle; his maternal grandparents, Francis and Evelyn Nelson; an aunt, Lavona Sebastian, and an uncle, Frank Nelson.

Rodney will be cremated in Dallas. At a later date, the family will hold a private memorial service.