February 26, 1992 - March 7, 2021
: March 11, 2021
Celebration of Life for Dalton Sonny Elkins, 29, of Muldrow, Oklahoma will be at 2:00 PM on Thursday, March 11, 2021 at Agent Mallory Martin Chapel in Muldrow, Oklahoma under the direction of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service, Inc.
A Celebration of Life for Dalton Sonny Elkins, 29, of Muldrow, Oklahoma will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, March 11, 2021 at Agent Mallory Martin Chapel in Muldrow, Oklahoma under the direction of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service, Inc.
He was born on February 26, 1992 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Deanna Gay (Smith) Smith and Tony Randall Elkins and passed away on March 7, 2021 in Muldrow, Oklahoma.
Dalton was a simple man. He loved anything outdoors; hunting, fishing, canoeing, camping or just simply breathing the outdoor air. He loved Alaska where he lived during his early childhood.
Dalton loved and adored his fiancé and children. He was sentimental and held good memories close to his heart. He enjoyed his job as an automotive restoration specialist and the artistry of working with his hands. Dalton is loved by many for his sense of humor, his kind heart and just for being a “good ole boy”. His closest friends were life long friends regardless of distance.
As a teenager, Dalton gave his life to Christ and lived life with good values, working hard and treating people like he wanted to be treated.
3 sons: Bentley Simon of Greenbrier, TN, Kian Elkins of Portland, TN and Mason Elkins of the home;
fiancé: Candace Tucker of the home;
parents: Deanna and Gary Smith of Whitehouse, TN and Tony Elkins of Short, OK;
grandparents: Janelle Payne of Goodletsville, TN and David and Tina Smith of Glenpool, OK;
2 brothers: Dillon Elkins of Short, OK; and Jarrett Brooks of Hendersonville, TN;
2 sisters: Desaray Elkins of Florida, and Tailor Berry of Whitehouse, TN;
3 uncles: Daniel Smith of Mounds, OK, Derek Smith of Glenpool, OK and Tim Elkins of Roland, OK;
1 aunt: Vickie Young of Long, OK;
several other relatives and friends.
We celebrate Dalton knowing he is at peace in Heaven. This is not goodbye, but “see ya later”.