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Obituary - Dennis ‘Denny’ Roy Igou

Memorial photo for Dennis ‘Denny’ Roy Igou


Dennis “Denny” Roy Igou, 69 of Stuart, Oklahoma, passed away at his home April 15, 2024.

He was born September 6, 1954, in Eads. His parents, Charles and Lola (Stone) Igou, raised him alongside his two sisters.

Dennis married the love of his life, Terri Nordick, February 14, 1977. They began their 47 years together, creating a wonderful life with their three children and living on the Shaffer ranch. In 1983, after hearing about a ranch for sale from a friend’s brother that was in Stuart, Dennis laid down permanent roots to begin his dream of owning his own ranch. Dennis’ perseverance, blood and sweat, along with help from family, friends, and community enabled him to create a legacy.

He served many years on the Board of Directors of Farm Credit Services of East-Central Oklahoma and was widely known around many communities. He enjoyed sitting around the Stuart Farm & Ranch with his lifelong friends just shooting the breeze. He instilled his “go get it done” attitude in his children and grandchildren.

He was very proud of all their accomplishments.

He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Igou; special friends, Leon Adams, Dick Hartsfield, Leon McNutt and Harlon and Pearl Hull.

Dennis is survived by his wife Terri of the home; children Brandon Igou and wife, Shelly of Ashland, Lacie Weiher and husband, Brian of McAlester, Dr. Hans Igou and wife, Jenny of Ada; grandchildren, Haili Igou, Hayden Weiher, Paige Igou, Nolan Weiher, Adria Igou, and Weston Igou; mother, Lola Igou; sisters, Nikki Adams and husband, Marty; Roz Hadley and husband, John; numerous extended family and friends.

A Celebration of Life Memorial Service was held June 2, 2024, at the Pittsburg County Expo Center and officiated by Eric West

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to National Future Farmers of America Foundation or NAMI of Oklahoma. 

Arrangements were entrusted to Bishop Funeral Service and Crematory.