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Medical Examiner Identifies Those Killed In Recent Storms

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The Medical Examiner's Office has identified those killed during recent storms in Oklahoma.

According to the ME's office, on March 25, 52-year-old Marvin Secord of Norman, 41-year-old Christopher Lakey of Sand Springs, 63-year-old Emma Reece of Webbers Falls, and 56-year-old Wade Kellogg of Webbers Falls died due to a tornado.

On May 6, 43-year-old Skylyna Stewart of Norman, 60-year-old Dennis Donaho of Spiro, and 79-year-old Leon Norfleet of Tupelo died due to a tornado.

On May 19, 56-year-old Gary Goll of Coyle died due to flooding.

From May 22 through May 25, 44-year-old Jason Farley of Claremore (firefighter,) 34-year-old William Gamblin of Hugo, 37-year-old Quinton Spradley of Sapulpa, 33-year-old Zoey Churchill of Tulsa, 19-year-old Levi Hampton of Pawnee, and 91-year-old Robery Campbell of Tulsa, died during flooding.

On Monday, May 25, 48-year-old Sandra Marsha Swinney of Bokchito died after a tornado touched down and destroyed her home in Blue, Oklahoma.

5/26/2015 Related Story: Authorities Identify Bryan County Woman Killed In Storms

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