William Lecrone, Sr.

Obituary of William Jefferson Lecrone, Sr.

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William “Bill” Lecrone, Sr. was born April 24, 1940 in Claremore, Oklahoma to Robert Allen Lecrone and Bertha (Shoulse) Lecrone. He passed peacefully from this life at his Sapulpa home on November 3, 2022 at the age 82 after a long-term battle with heart disease and kidney failure.


Bill loved his family. He was blessed with 6 children and 3 stepchildren. He married Wanda May on November 24, 2019, the couple spent a total of 25 years together.  He was a truck driver with a good sense of humor. He enjoyed spending time and sharing laughter with family and friends. He like going to flea markets and enjoyed camping and boating.


Bill was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Bertha Lecrone; grandparents Henry Lecrone and Ida Hoffman; sisters Rose, Penny and Birdie; children Darrell Lecrone and Stony Lecrone; and stepdaughter Tammy Smith. He is survived by his wife Wanda May Lecrone of the home; children William “Billy” Lecrone and wife Lycia of Collinsville, OK, Donna Sweargin and husband Lester of Salia, OK, Roby Lecrone and wife Amber of Gardner, KS, and Tracie Lecrone of Braggs, OK; stepchildren Charlie Smith and wife Deleane of Sapulpa, OK and Joe Smith and wife Kathy of Sapulpa, OK; as well as 26, grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and numerous extended family members and friends.

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Memorial Service

2:00 pm
Sunday, November 6, 2022
Green Hill Funeral Home Chapel
400 East Teel Road
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States
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William Lecrone, Sr.

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William Lecrone, Sr.

1940 - 2022

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