Jacquelyn Elaine Buhler

August 15, 1944 - March 27, 2021

Clarence Evert Buhler and Jacquelyn Elaine Buhler, ages 79 and 76, of Frisco, formerly of Tulsa, Oklahoma, passed away March 27, 2021.  Clarence was born April 11, 1941, in Neelyville, Missouri to Clarence and Daisy (Somers) Buhler. He proudly served in the United States Army.  Clarence retired from Rogers Galvanizing in Tulsa and Jacquelyn retired from Shell Oil Company in Tulsa.

Jacquelyn was born August 15, 1944, in Enid, Oklahoma, to George Warren and Ethelda (Wright) Dragoo.

The Buhlers moved to Frisco in 2010 to be near their son.  Clarence enjoyed playing Bocce ball at Frisco Lakes by Del Webb. 

They are survived by their son, Dwayne Buhler and wife, Erin of Celina, Texas; grandchildren, Jennifer Rachal and husband, Trey of Celina and Nick Buhler of Frisco; great-grandchildren, Grace Rachal and Ford Rachal.

Clarence was the oldest of thirteen siblings.  Jacquelyn is also survived by her brother-in-law, Mike Holt and aunt, Lois Elaine Wahl.

Jacquelyn was preceded in death by her sister, Beverely Holt and Clarence and Jacquelyn’s parents.

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I am so very, very sorry for the tragic loss of your parents!!! My mom lives in Del Webb also and my heart aches for you!! Praying for you and your family! Vicki Naizer, April 8, 2021 So so sorry to hear of Jackie and her husband Clarence passing, knew her from working at Shell oil Co. such a nice lady, condolences to her friends and family.. Linda Haremza, April 5, 2021 Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Buhler. We enjoyed almost every morning getting to visit and talk with them as they would come into The Colony Public Library and use the computers and picked up books. They will be missed by us all here at the library. I remember Mr. Buhler recovering from surgery and insisting on the coming to the library and Mrs. Buhler telling me to be sure to tell him it was good to see him but he needed to take it easy. She always took care of him. What a team! We were all blessed to know them both. Tammy Beauchamp, April 1, 2021