Doc Blevins Remembered

ON THE SIDELINES: Doc Blevins at a Union game at TU’s Chapman Stadium

Services honoring the life of Thomas Gary “Doc” Blevins were held Feb. 1 at the UMAC, Union’s Multipurpose Activity Center. Blevins served as the announcer for Union Athletics for over 30 years. He was inducted to the Union High School Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016.
Gary “Doc” Blevins was born in Tulsa on Aug. 26, 1950 to Thomas Gerald and Naomi Mae (Webb) Blevins. He passed away on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, at the age of 69.
He served as Senior Pastor for New Creation Church and loved sharing his faith with everyone he came into contact with. He was Pastor Emeritus for Life Demonstration Church and loved sports and kids.
Many present and former students have left tribute messages to Doc on his Facebook page. More than anything those stories are what truly captures all of the lives he touched in his years here on earth.
Blevins is survived by siblings Tracy Blevins and Diana of Tulsa, Terri Street and Arthur of Coweta; sister-in-law Janice Blevins, of Broken Arrow; nieces Kerrie Reich and Tracy of Broken Arrow, Katrina Blevins of Oklahoma City, Jennifer Krout and Jack of Broken Arrow, Tiffany Haley and Scott of Broken Arrow, Tabitha Pitre of Coweta; nephews Tom Street and Jennifer of Coweta, Jeremy Street and Megan of Broken Arrow.
Blevins was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Jerry Blevins and sister, Kerrie Jo Blevins.
We miss you Doc!!!!