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Deaneys "Dean" Wayne Weeks Jr. entered into eternal rest surrounded by his family on Friday, December 6, 2019, at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa.
Dean was born on August 26, 1954, in Miami Beach, Florida, to Deaneys Wayne Weeks Sr. and Kathleen Weeks. He graduated high school in Sitka, Alaska, in 1972. He then married Darlene Mizell in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1979, after his service in the United States Coast Guard.
He worked as an emergency medical services driver for a few years, was a Charleston police officer for eight years, and was a civil service welder for 30 years before retiring in McAlester. He then took up locksmithing for the last eight years of his life. This was both a hobby and a job that he enjoyed.
He was a past Master Mason and member of the oldest lodge in South Carolina for 35 years. He took great pride and pleasure in the time he spent with his fellow brethren. He held numerous positions in the lodge and was active with the Eastern Star as well.
Dean enjoyed playing poker and spending time with his grandchildren.
He is survived by his three children, Amber Walsh and Nathan, Deaneys Wayne Weeks III and Kellie, and Whitney Robbins and Terry Jr.; six grandchildren, Christopher (19), Brayden (8), Trey (8), Ashley (5), Joseph (4), and Avery (8 weeks), and his brother, Robert Weeks.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Deaneys Wayne Weeks Sr. and Kathleen Weeks, and his sister, Donna Lucs.
Friends and family are invited to a visitation at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home, in McAlester, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, December 12, to reminisce, grieve, celebrate his life, and support one another. Services will follow at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 12, at First Assembly of God Church in McAlester with the Rev. Jerry Burnside officiating.
Published on December 11, 2019

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