Service planned for Donald Pierce

Donald Pierce

CAMERON – Funeral service for Donald Howard Pierce, 65 of Cameron is 10 a.m. Tuesday at Evans and Miller Chapel in Poteau with Jim Cook officiating.

Burial will follow at Fairhill Cemetery in Cameron, under the direction of Evans & Miller Funeral Home.

He was born March 26, 1957 to Opal (Stewart) Pierce and James Richard Pierce and passed away May 24, 2022 in Fort Smith, Arkansas.  

Survivors include son, Micah Pierce; daughter, Emerald Pierce; grandchildren Jayven Seyler, Silas Johnson, Clementine Ollar, Savana Pierce, Raylyn Pierce;  sister, Lillian Kasper and husband Butch; and brothers Richard Pierce, Michael Pierce and wife Tiona, and Jim Bo Pierce and wife Barbara.

He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Linda Beshears, sister-in-law, Cheiko Pierce; brother and sister-in-law, Joe Ollar and Mary Ann.

Visitation is Monday from 6 to 8 p.m.

SEOLS Bookmobile is coming

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McALESTER – The Southeastern Oklahoma Library System is introducing a new library — the SEOLS Bookmobile.

“The SEOLS Bookmobile will expand our area coverage by bringing full library services to our small and rural communities.” Executive Director Michael Hull said. “The

Bookmobile has a full physical collection of more than 2,000 items ranging from children, juvenile, young adult, adult, and large print books along with audiobooks and DVDs.”

The southeast Oklahoma Library System serves seven counties: Pittsburg, Coal, Choctaw, McCurtain, Leflore, Latimer, and Haskell with 16 libraries spread throughout the counties.

The Bookmobile will also provide standard library services such as printing, copying, scanning, faxing, WIFI, notary services, and access to two public computers, Hull said.

SEOLS Marketing Coordinator Eddie Gray said mobile outreach is a key component of the SEOLS mission.

“The Bookmobile aims to make the library accessible to people in all parts of communities and all walks of life in our system’s geographic service area,” Gray said.

The Bookmobile is 35-foot long featuring two doors, an awning, an exterior monitor and speaker, and an ADA compliant wheelchair lift for easy access. The Bookmobile exterior design features photographs of locals from across Southeast Oklahoma.

“We are so excited to bring this service to Southeast Oklahoma,” Bookmobile Manager Kaylee Stanfield said. “The Bookmobile provides a great opportunity to connect with our communities and is being met with great anticipation.”


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