Clyde Ellis Stills, 67, of Bartlesville, OK formerly of Coffeyville passed away Sunday, September 17, 2017, at Forest Manor Nursing Center in Dewey, OK.\n\nHe was born on September 1, 1950, in Coffeyville to Clyde "Bud" and Louise (McCormick) Stills. Clyde grew up and attended school in Coffeyville graduating from Field Kindley High School, and attended Coffeyville Community College. \n\nClyde was employed by the City of Coffeyville as an Operator at Coffeyville Light and Power for over 25 years. After leaving the City he lived in Yates Center, KS then moved to Bartlesville, OK where he has lived for the past 17 years.\n\nClyde attended St. Paul's Episcopal Church where he was baptized.\n\nAn avid fanatic of classic cars and car racing, Clyde would attend local stock car/dirt races and car shows as often as possible. Known as a walking encyclopedia when it came to identification of old cars. Clyde spent many hours enjoying the roar of the motor vehicle!\n\nWhen not spending his time as a gearhead, Clyde loved listening to classic rock favorites like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones amongst many others. His other great passion in life was playing pool while reminiscing on old times and teaching life lessons.\n\nSurvivors include three daughters, Shannon Naylor of Bartlesville, OK, Lisa Allen of Frontenac, KS, and Jennifer Dean of Franklin, TN; his mother Louise Stills of Coffeyville; and five grandchildren, Katherine Dean, Gabriel Dean, Graham Dean, Mason Allen and Maddox Allen.\n\nA Gathering of Family and Friends will be at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, September, 24, 2017, at the American Legion in Coffeyville, KS.