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Brandon Scott Jones, 31

Born June 25, 1988

Died June 1, 2020

Thomas Roy Hebb, Sr., 62

Born May 30, 1957

Died May 29, 2020

Kevin Lee Guy, 57

Born November 1, 1962

Died May 26, 2020

Maxine Tate, 53

Born December 20, 1966

Died May 26, 2020

Helen Beshlin, 89

Born June 7, 1930

Died May 24, 2020

Howard S. Jayne, 75

Born July 9, 1944

Died May 24, 2020

Frank Steven Carvajal, 73

Born June 14, 1946

Died May 23, 2020

Floretta L. Leatherman, 80

Born August 31, 1939

Died May 23, 2020

Lisa Kay Mullen, 56

Born June 26, 1963

Died May 22, 2020

Kathryn Joyce Cookson, 82

Born December 24, 1937

Died May 22, 2020

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 9:01 AM

Muskogee Little Theatre has filed a lawsuit in Muskogee County District Court against Dickmann Glass, PT Enterprises and RB Weatherman Masonry for almost a million dollars, alleging the three contractors did shoddy work resulting in water leaks every time it rains.

The lawsuit, filed yesterday, asks for $929,790 and possible additional damages, alleging that the glass and windows around the glass of the storefront windows and doors was not installed “with reasonable care and skill,” resulting in leaks that damage the inside of the facility.

The three contractors were subcontracting for M. Ross Incorporated at the time, the lawsuit states.

The facility, at 311 S. Third St., has been open since October 2016 after the City of Muskogee Foundation footed most of the multimillion dollar bill to construct it. Dickmann has “made a number of superficial efforts to remedy the water intrusion issues,” the suit states. It goes further to state that investigation has “revealed that improper design, installation and construction” were the cause of the problems.

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