Alan Gene Dyer
October 31, 1937 - December 31, 2018
U.S. Armed Forces Veteran
ObituaryAlan Gene Dyer passed away Monday December 31, 2018 at the Carnegie Tri-County Municipal Hospital, Carnegie, Oklahoma. Alan was born October 31, 1937 to Leavie and Eula Dyer in Carnegie, Oklahoma. He attended school in Carnegie, Oklahoma where he was a member of the FFA and the Carnegie Livestock judging team that placed second in the nation. After graduating with the Class of 1955 he attended Oklahoma State University where he was a proud member of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity. After three years at OSU, he was drafted and served in the United States Army.
Alan worked for South Carolina Hereford Cattle Ranch, served as Caddo Deputy County Assessor and Caddo County Commissioner, and also raised livestock and farmed his entire life. Some of his proudest accomplishments included team roping with his friends and being an officer and lifetime member of the Carnegie Round-Up Club where he started the kid night program to share his love of rodeo with future generations. He shared his love of horses with his grandchildren and drove countless hours hauling them to rodeos across Oklahoma.
Alan married Carol Ann Tullis May 15, 1998 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Chris Elaine Dyer, siblings, Alma Griffith, Cleo Blaylock, Billy Dyer, Glen Dyer, and Carol's son Todd Smith.
He is survived by his wife, Carol Ann, of the home, daughter, Patty Dyer, Forney, Texas, brother Bobby Dyer & wife Colleen, Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma, and Carol's daughter, Toni LeDonne of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and grandchildren Jackson LeDonne & wife Rebecca, Brady LeDonne & Dani LeDonne, all of Oklahoma City, Stevie & Will Rowe, Salt Lake City, Utah, and four great-grandchildren, Aiden LeDonne, Cohen, June, & Olivia Rowe along with numerous nieces, nephews, relatives & friends.
Date: January 3, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Date: January 4, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm
Carol Ann, I’m so sorry to hear about Alan. I’m sure you will miss him greatly. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Love you, Brenda Tyler Rogers.
Mike and Jane Carol Moulton.
Mike and I are so sad for the loss of Alan. Love and peace to Carol Ann, Patti and family.
Stephen and Cheryl Rogers
Our deepest sympathy, love, hugs and prayers.
Patty,My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time love your cousin Debbie & Family
Sandy Hill Gamel
So sorry Carol Ann for your loss. I thought a lot of Alan. Our prayers are for you and your family.
Patty so sorry for your loss.
Ken ,Maida Tyler
Carol Ann,,So sorry to hear about Alan He was a long time friend,will be missed
Deanna (Ratliff) Bernius
Sending prayers of comfort to Patty and family...so sorry for your loss.
Ft. Worth, TX
Condolences to the Dyer family. Alan always had a great smile that represented the spirit of a good man.
MarshAll. Mayes. And. Carol Reynolds Mayes
Sending lots of prayers for you and. Your. Family. We will miss Alan. Beautiful. Smile and hugs.
David and Patti Scott
He was a good friend and a great supporter of GTA when I was in school. He will be missed. So sorry for your loss.
Prayers for your family.
Prayers for your family.
GONNA MISS U ALLAN!
My entry should have read that Alan was a great supporter of FFA.
Linda Reynolds-Clark and Jerry Clark
We will miss Alan a lot. We thought so much of him.
Barbara Kuykendall Hopkins
Fort Worth,, TX
Carol Ann my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, may GOD give you peace and comfort
Carol, so sorry to hear of Allen's passing. May GOD give you comfort. Allen was a great Wildcat.
Henry Hanay Geiogamah
Condolences on Alan Dyer's passing to the Dyer family in Carnegie and Fort Cobb, Oklahoma from Henry Geiogamah and the Geiogamah family of Anadarko. We honor the memory of our beloved sister Roberta Geiogamah Dyer, who was Alan's first wife, and we send our love as a family to our niece Patty Dyer.
R.I.P. Alan!!! Love & Prayers To Your Family My Friend!!!
So sorry to hear of Alan's passing. He was a good friend and a fine supporter during my 19 years at the court house. He will be deeply missed. J.T. Mccasland