William Stephen Majors was born in Pineville, Arkansas, on November 3, 1938. Bill passed away on December 10, 2022 in the presence of loving family. He was raised on the family farm in Garber, Oklahoma by his loving parents Audrey Skidmore Pfrimmer and Raymond Pfrimmer. Bill graduated from Garber High School in 1956 and set out on an adventure to Chula Vista, California to work at Rohr Aircraft.He then returned to Oklahoma where he met the love of his life, Rosalie Ann Kemper. They were married at the First Presbyterian Church in Ponca City on February 11, 1961 where they were active members for 60 plus years. Bill served as a Deacon and an Elder and mostly enjoyed helping with Vacation Bible School. Bill began his 40-year career at the Conoco Refinery in Ponca City in 1961 working in the Coke Unit as a Coke Knocker. He enjoyed farming and ranching and took pride in raising Black Angus bulls.Bill always took on a variety of part-time jobs to make sure his family had everything they needed and most everything they ever wanted. One of his side jobs included owning the Tastee Freeze on West Highland for a number of years. Bill was a "people person" to say the least. He had many friends and never passed up a chance to meet new acquaintances. The cattle industry, especially the FFA & 4-H youth programs, brought him the most joy. He loved the lifelong friendships made with youth and their families from across the nation at stock shows, fairs and association events. He was a member of the Kay County Cattlemen's Association, the Oklahoma Angus Association, and the Oklahoma Kansas Texas (OKT) Cattlemen's Association where he served as past President for each of these organizations. He was also a dedicated volunteer at the Oklahoma State Fair, where he was famously known as the Mayor of AGtropolis.He was preceded in death by his parents, Audrey & Raymond Pfrimmer, mother and father-in-law Mildred and William Kemper, sister and brother-in-law Dona Rae and Rex Thralls, brother-in-law Sidney Yost, sister-in-law Linda Kemper and nephew and niece Michael & Donna Sue Thralls. Those left to cherish his memory are his wife Rosalie Ann Majors of 61 years. Sister, Cindy Pfrimmer Yost. Sister-in-law Nancy Kemper Best and husband Randy and Brother-in-law John Kemper.Daughters, Audrey Marie Seeliger and husband Keith. Carey Sue Vega and husband Ricardo. Grandsons, Dodge Majors Nichols and wife Allie, William John Vega, Cador Lee Seeliger and wife Kora, Larry Dean Seeliger and wife Melissa, Lawrence Alfred Seeliger and wife Leslee, Carl Adolph Seeliger and wife Katherine, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and abundance of lifelong friends at coffee shops around the country.A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, December 17th, at 1:00 pm at Epworth Villa in the Chapel, located at 14901 N. Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73134 with a reception to follow. A private family burial will take place at Polo Cemetery in Billings, Oklahoma.Donations can be made in honor of Bill to the Tecumseh FFA Chapter 901 N. 13th Tecumseh, OK 74873 or any FFA Chapter of your choice. Or to Epworth at Home Hospice 14901 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73134.