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Zachary Quinn McMullen, age 24, of Park Hill, Oklahoma died in Memphis, Tennessee on September 26, 2017. Funeral Service will be 11 a.m. on Saturday at The Keys High School Gymnasium in Keys, Oklahoma with burial at Memory Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery in McAlester at 3:30 p.m. Rev. Kyle Clark will officiate. Active pallbearers will be Rick Dill; Colton Lilly; Nathan Lilly; Jay Garrett; Mickey Utley; Erick Wiggins and Tony Burkey. Honorary pallbearers will be Mike Hargis; George Dotson; Brandon Barrett and the Keys Football Team and the Coaches.
Zachary was born on May 14, 1993, in Oklahoma City to Chris McMullen and Toni Crumbley Utley. He went to schools in Tecumseh, Bristow, Keys and Warner. Zachary graduated from Warner High School in 2013.
He enjoyed football camps, riding in the Jeep and going to the lake with his Dad. He loved his Sushi dates with his Mom and listening to county music on his iPod and with his sister, Bailey. He enjoyed watching WWE wrestling.
Zachary also enjoyed jumping on the trampoline, playing with the neighbor's dogs and kissing pretty girls. (This was an ongoing joke because he kissed every girl's hand he met.)
He attended church at the Cookson Methodist Church in Keys, Oklahoma.
He is survived by his Mother and Step-Father, Toni and Mickey Utley of Brownsville, Tennessee; his Father, Chris McMullen of Park Hill, Oklahoma; Two Sisters, Bailey McMullen of Tahlequah, Oklahoma and Memory Utley of Brownsville, Tennessee; Step-Sisters, Madison Utley of Nashville, Tennessee and Mara Utley of Brownsville, Tennessee; Step-Brother, Mickey Utley of Brownsville, Tennessee; Grandparents , Gerald and Diana Branam of McAlester, Oklahoma; Grandmother, Brenda Utley of Brownsville, Tennessee; Grandparents, Walter and Mary Lou Klutts of Okemah, Oklahoma; Great-Grandparents, Maxwell and Neatha Quinn of McAlester, Oklahoma. He was preceded in death by his Paternal Grandmother, Judy Klutts; Maternal Great-Grandmother, Ramona Quinn.
Published on September 28, 2017
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