ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Thurman Postert, 72 years old, born on June 29, 1948, and passed away on January 20, 2021. We will remember him forever.

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Thurman "Poppie" Postert 72 of Oklahoma City passed away in his home on January 20, 2021.  Thurman was born in San Antonio, Texas on June 29, 1948 to Geneva Miller Clark Postert and James Albert Postert.   His education consisted of high school graduation from Mc Collum High School in South San Antonio.  He continued his education through the trades of Fire Protection with continuing education at Penn State University.  He accomplished a full employment with 50 years of service thru UA Local 669.  Thurman married his high school sweetheart, Sharon Diane Smith Postert on October 27, 1967.  They were married for 41 years until her death on November 10, 2008.  He is survived by his son, Quentin Scott Postert, his beloved daughter in law Jeannie Postert and his adored grandsons, Joshua "Monkey Boy" Postert and Noah "Booger Bear" Postert.  His son, Vincent Blake Postert and his beloved daughter in law Becky Postert and his adored grandchildren, Brooklyn Renee' Anne Shirley, his adorned great grand daughter, Navayah "Tutti-Fritti"  Murrell,  His adored Grandaughter, Megan Shirley, his adored great-grandson, Mason "Tuffy" Shirley. and his adored Granddaughter Madison "Precious Jewel" Postert, and adored Grandson Blake "Peanut" Postert   He also leaves behind his beloved sister,  Audry Rush.  Thurman was a Christian and had a Full Love and Respect for the Lord!  He recognized that he enjoyed a very full and blessed life!  Thurman had an influence on everyone he met.  He left behind many TRUE friends!  Those who were close to him would agree that there wasn't a better friend and no one as exceptional as Thurman.  "Poppie" as his family new him, enjoyed hard work and hard love.  But no one was harder on his life or his contribution to life than he was. Sadly too hard!  His dedication to strict values of work ethic defined much of who he was.  He was highly accomplished and stayed very busy thoughout his life and ALWAYS had time to help a friend or family member with whatever they needed!  The World was a better place while Poppie lived in it and his legacy still lives on!  He was very loved and will be truly missed!  We love and miss you Poppie!
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