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Saturday, July 8, 2023
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Memorial services for Dalton Beau Pritchett, 25, of Owasso, OK, were held Saturday, July 8, 2023, at Sperry Christian Church in Sperry, OK. Phil Johnson officiated. Honorary Casket bearers were Brandon Pritchett, Wade Mularski, Jacob Collier, Keenan Magers, Cole Silkey, Christian Dempster, Carter Smith, Koda White, Robert Johnson, Travis Mularski, and Skyler Dempster.
Dalton was born May 24, 1998, in Tulsa, OK, to Jerald Lee Pritchett and Natalie Rita (Smith) Pritchett. He passed away June 20, 2023, in Owasso, OK.
Dalton was an Exterminator for Platinum Pest Control. He was an avid motorcyclist and loved long rides with his family and friends, or solo. He loved bowling. Dalton was a jack-of-all-trades and could fix just about anything and loved doing anything with his hands. He was quite a comedian and enjoyed bringing laughs to everyone. He could quote any movie he ever watched even if he only watched it once. Fishing and hunting were just a couple of Dalton’s lifetime favorite hobbies, and he enjoyed teaching others how to fish and hunt. He was a future father and was very excited to be a Dad. He didn’t miss any appointments, read everything he could and asked lots of questions to understand all he could about the pregnancy and being a parent. His excitement was contagious. He was a friend to all and would give everything he had to help others. Dalton was a man you could count on to be there for everything - from fixing your car, repairing your roof, or a shoulder to cry on. He rarely cancelled plans because he loved being with his loved ones, and when he loved you, he showed it by being there for you through anything. Dalton was an all-or-nothing kind of guy and had a daredevil personality but would do his best to protect everyone around him. When Dalton loved, he loved deeply.
He loved raising rabbits and chickens and goats so much as a child he raised them in his adulthood, too. Dalton loved people and animals and was always first to react in an emergency to take care of people. He had a heart too big for his chest, and a personality that matched his heart. Dalton was the life of the party, even when there was no party. He brought everyone to laughter and sometimes to their knees. He was a poet and wrote many poems since he was a little boy. He enjoyed “rewriting” songs and changing their lyrics to make people laugh. If you knew Dalton, you couldn’t help but love him. He was such a caring person he would go without to feed others in need. He was a great brother to his brother and sisters, and enjoyed spending time with family just as much as he enjoyed riding his motorcycle. Dalton leaves behind a large family and plethora of friends who will miss him deeply. We will honor him by enjoying everything we love to the fullest and laughing as often as possible. His memories and smile will live on forever. He leaves behind a gift of a child, and we will cherish that child forever and hope his child is just like him. The huge blank spot on this earth without his presence will be endured and honored by remembering his love, laughter and smile forever in our hearts, and lives.
He is survived by his girlfriend, Cady England; son, Carter Smith; mother, Natalie Pritchett; brother, Brandon Pritchett and spouse, Esperansa Jimenez; sisters, Tyeler Pritchett and wife, Kimberly Nelson and Maegan Pritchett; aunts, Tamara Tuller and husband, Mark, and Wendy Johnson and husband, Barry; uncles, Reggie Malain and wife, Sonya, and Donald Smith; cousins, Cameron Tuller, Robert Johnson, Bridget Johnson, Amber Silkey, Nicole Pulliam, and Jacob Collier; best friend, Wade Mularski; numerous other aunts, uncles, great-aunts, great-uncles, and cousins; and many other relatives and friends who are more like family.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Doris Pope, Donald Smith, Margaret (LaMay) Smith, and Wayne Silkey; and cousin, Dario Hogan.
Arrangements and services were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry.
Online condolences to the family can be made at johnsonsperry.com.