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Chester Irvin Hopson

Chester Irvin Hopson was born October 11, 1924 to Ervin and Edith Jane (Sade) Hopson in Texhoma, Oklahoma. He has been a resident of Beaver County, Oklahoma the last seven years. Irvin served in the United States Army Air Force and was discharged as a Staff Sgt. He was an administrator in the education industry. He married Scottie Louise Wooten June 3, 1946 in Texhoma, Oklahoma.  His parents preceded him in death.

Irvin passed on May 17, 2015 at the Beaver County Nursing Home, Beaver, Oklahoma at the age of ninety.

He is survived by his wife, Scottie of the Beaver, Oklahoma; his sons, Dwayne Hopson of Lake Kiowa, Texas, Dwight Hopson of Roanoke, Texas, Richard Hopson of Canyon, Texas; his daughter, Debbie Starr, Beaver Oklahoma; his brothers, Robert Hopson of Dalhart, Texas, Lloyd Hopson of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; 8 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. The family requests memorials to Texhoma Pride, c/o Anchor D Bank, Sheri Leach, Box 649, Texhoma, Ok 73949.


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To Irvin's family,
I want you to know that I am very sorry for your loss.  Irvin was one of my "older" cousins that I always looked up to.  To me he was always so very friendly and such a gentle man.
I know you will miss him.
Love, Jack and Sylvia (Sheldon) Spray

Jack and Sylvia Spray May 19 2015 12:00 AM

Our family sends condolences for your loss.  

Margaret Pierce
Tippy & Martha Pierce & family

Peggy (Pierce) Cloukia May 19 2015 12:00 AM

All-of-these years I have been in the family I never heard of Chester (Ha!)  May God bless and keep each of you in His loving arms as you go through this big void in your lives.  I am so glad I printed the copies of the family pictures for him while he could still enjoy them.  Travel the pathways ahead one at a time as there will be many for you.  That is why it isn't called pathway.  Grieve as you must, not as others will tell you is right, wrong or indifferent. Remember to lay back in our loving Father's arms when the going seems impossible; know it is time to rest a while.  I know he, Tom his parents and Tom's are all having a big family reunion this week-end.  Love to all!

Jackie R. Sheldon May 18 2015 12:00 AM