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Jacob Allen Custard

March 14, 2014

Jacob Allen Custard, 21, died March 3, 2014 in Whitesboro.
He was named after his grandfather, C. Allen Custard. "Our sweet Jacob," as grandma Custard nicknamed him, was a special brother who was blessing to those who were around him. He was born in Poteau on March 14, 1992, to Edith Custard and Lawrence Schlienz.
Jacob loved to work at Rich Mountain Nursing Home in Mena, Ark. He quit work to help care for his father. He loved to help family when the need. Jacob loved animals and the outdoors, video games, music and fishing. He also enjoyed loved hanging around his nieces and nephews. His deep love for all his family was very important to him. He loved with his whole heart. He loved living in Oklahoma. All he ever wanted was peace within the family. He missed family dinner and getting together as a family. He missed all family.
Sweet Jacob, we love you and you will be missed, forever missed and never forgotten.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Clifford Allen Custard; his cousin, Daniel; and infant brother, Frank Schlienz.
He is survived by 15 brothers and sisters; grandmother, Geraldine Custard; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers there is a memorial bank account at the Talihina Branch of Spiro State Bank for the families of Schlienz and Custard to help with funeral expenses.
Memorial services will be held at noon Wednesday, March 12, at the Lenox Christ Church under the direction of Burkhart Funeral Service, Talihina.

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