Michael James Cobell

September 4, 1965 - July 31, 2018
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Michael James Cobell, 52 of Anadarko, OK, was born on September 4, 1965 to Gary Cobell and Elvina Rae French. He passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018 in Duncan, OK.
Michael graduated from Anadarko High School in 1983. He was a proud member of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes as well as an avid OU Football and Kansas Jayhawks fan. Some of his favorite hobbies included watching his girls play softball, looking up at the stars with his youngest daughter. He also enjoyed cruising around Fort Cobb Lake and loved eating at Ski Boi.
Michael is preceded in death by; mother, Elvina Rae French, grandmother, Evangeline Clay French, grandfather, Tennyson French, and uncle Robert Earl French Jr.
He is survived by; father, Gary Cobell of Montana, two daughters Miranda Pauline and JuLee Rae Cobell of Oklahoma, and numerous loved ones.
His wake services will be held at 7 pm, Friday, August 3, 2018 at the Ray & Martha’s Funeral Home Chapel and funeral service will be at 10 am Saturday, August 4, 2018 at Rock Springs Indian Baptist Church in Anadarko, OK.
Michael’s services are under the direction of Ray and Martha’s Funeral Home Anadarko, OK

Service Information

Date: August 2, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Date: August 3, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Date: August 3, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Robin Starling
Eudora, KS
Sorry Miranda, Julee and family for your loss.  I first met Mike when we coached softball together with Miranda's 10u ( I believe)rec team.  Very soft spoken but the girls loved him! We remained friends ever since.  He will be missed by many.
Coleen Cuningham
Gracemont, OK
Prayers and condolences.
Leandra Galindo
Lawrence, KS
Gonna miss you Ducksy.
Delbert morton
Anadarko, OK
Peaches Foster
Fraser, MI
He was definitely one of the sweetest guys I knew. Gone too soon! My thoughts, love and prayers for his family and friends. RIP Ducksy!
Millie Cobell
Great falls, MT
R.I.P brother,i will miss you,just knowing you are my brother gave me comfort. The times we were all together have special meaning to me.  Thank you for the memories. Love you always
Tina Tartsah
Anadarko, OK
Thanks for ALL the laughs and just being my friend.  Our last conversation was mainly laughs, Geeze Ducksy, you sure knew cut up.  You will be missed..  You are all whole AGAIN, no more pain or being miserable as you told me. God seen you was, so he took you to let you FOREVER ENJOY everlasting life.  ???????
Mary Wynos
Stilwell, Okla., OK
My thoughts and prayers are with you all
Melissa McDermott Baldwin
Eudora, KS
Many prayers to your girls. RIP Big Mike!
Jay Crawford
Lawrence, KS
Thanks Mike for being my friend, I'll miss your laugh and smile. RIP my friend.
Steve Hall-Zotigh
Lawrence, KS
Farewell my friend.  I will remember you with fondness.
Beverly Hatfield
Anafarko, OK
I was sadden to hear of Mikes death. I work with him for years at Wal-Mart#162. He was a joy to work with. My prayers are with your family. God comfort & give you strength through this time.
Scott Lopez
Tacoma, WA
Will be missed, prayers for your family. Much Love
Louise Wilson
Durango, CO
Looking back on all the good memories I had of Mike as my nephew-n-law.  He was a remarkable guy with a great sense of humor, we shared a lot of laughs.  He will be dearly missed here on earth but is now an Angel in Heaven that will be watching down on his family, relatives and friends.  R.I.P Mike!
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