Elvin Bradford Ellis was born January 14, 1942 in California and passed from this life on Thursday, September 20, 2018 in Tulsa at the age of 76 years, 8 months and 6 days.
Elvin graduated Daniel Webster High School in 1960 and was a retired boilermaker. He was a member of Boilermakers Local 592 and was of the Christian faith. Elvin enjoyed playing the guitar and collecting antiques.
He is survived by sons, Eric Ellis of Tulsa and John Ellis and wife, Paula of Glenpool; brothers, Edwin Ellis of Grapevine, TX and Kirby Ellis and wife, Mary of Tulsa; sister, Barbara Kneedler of Tulsa; grandchildren, Austin Ellis and wife, Stormy of Glenpool, Justin Ellis of Tulsa and Johnny Ellis of Tulsa; great grandchildren, Alexandria and Sabrina Ellis both of Glenpool; and several nieces and nephews.
Elvin was preceded in death by both of his parents and a brother, Merlin Q. Ellis, Jr.
No services are planned at this time and arrangements are under the direction of Heath-Griffith Funeral Home.
To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Elvin has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10 and Revelation 21:2-4
My prayers are with Ricky and John.my God wrap his arms around you and comfort you. I love you both. Uncle Al was a great man. I loved his laugh as it was so infectious. I will always remember how he called me and Missy “sis” all the time.
Cheryl Ellis KenneyTulsa, OK
Prayers for comfort and strength during this time for Eric and John and that God will wrap his arms around everyone
Jim BishopTulsa, OK
Sorry for your lose, prayers for the family
Jerry and Tonya RhineCleveland, OK
Thank you for all the fond memories. One thing I always loved was to hear you tell me all about the Midland Valley railroad and see how excited you got telling me about your childhood memories of the yard by the house.
I will carry those memories with me forever.
Kirby ellis jrBroken arrow, OK