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As the only family owned and operated funeral home in Noble, Oklahoma and southern Cleveland county, we are proud to carry on a long tradition of service to our community.

Our family has been active in funeral service for 4 generations, and we strive to provide the best possible service by treating each family as if they were our own. We are committed to providing each family a cost conscious, honorable, and loving memorial tribute that reflects and celebrates the life that was lived.

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the FUNERAL SERVICE is TODAY, Wednesday, August 26th, 2015, 10:30am at McMahans Funeral Chapel

INTERMENT W/MILITARY HONORS: 2:30pm Wednesday, August 26th,2015

Choctaw Elmwood Cemetery, 1760 N. Choctaw Rd, Choctaw, Ok.
A reception will follow Interment at the Ok. Baptist Childrens Home
16301 S. Western, Ok. City, Ok.

Donations: Fold of Honors, Owasso, Ok., In Lieu of flowers: Ok. Baptist Childrens Home, 16301 S. Western, Ok. City, Ok.
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Debra was born to Timothy Loyd and Bobbie (Barrett) Hayes on May 22, 1961 in Ada, Ok. God called Debra home the morning of August 22, 2015 as her family stood by her side.

Debra moved with her family from Norman to Noble at the age of (9) years. She attended Noble High School and graduated with the Class of (1979). She attended the Noble Free Will Baptist Church (Skyridge) and at the age of (15) she was saved by Pastor Dan Harper. On October 18, 1980 she and Harlen Fipps were United in Marriage in the same church. She resided in Noble until her death. Debra was an active member in the church; she taught Sunday School Class, she was the youth director, the church secretary, the custodian . Debra was a loyal and faithful servant to the Lord and it showed in many ways.

She was employed as a teller at the Noble First State Bank with (19) years of service before her retirement. She opened an in-home daycare and operated it until (2010). She was a substitute teacher for Noble Public Schools at the present time. She enjoyed reading, she bowled for over (20) years, loved puzzles and anything with mickey mouse on it, cross stitched, an avid bargain hunter while shopping with her Mother every Saturday.

She was preceded in death by her Father Timothy Loyd Hayes and Father and Mother-in-Law John and Helen Fipps. Those who survive her include her mother Bobbie Hayes of Noble, OK. Husband Harlen of the home, a Daughter Amanda and James Townsend Jr. of Pittsburg, Ca., (2) Sons; David and Courtney Fipps of Waukomis, Ok., Allin and Chelsea Fipps of Noble and a special Granddaughter Everlie Rae Fipps of Noble, (3) Brothers; Tim and Janet Hayes of Springdale, Arkansas, Gary and Dayla Hayes of Noble and Larry and Dee Hayes of Norman, numerous Nieces and Nephews and other relatives and friends.

McMahans Funeral Home

FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00am Friday, August 28th
Noble Assembly Of God Church, 100 W. Post Oak, Noble

INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery

Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral Home of Noble
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