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JANICE KAY ANDERSON

Posted by on Nov 14, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

JANICE KAY ANDERSON

Janice Kay Anderson, 61, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, passed away, Thursday, November 7, in Norman, Oklahoma. Janice was born on October 9, 1958, in Fort Oglethorpe, GA, to parents William Zay and Lucille Frances Bradshaw of Noble, Oklahoma. She graduated from high school in 1976 Noble, Oklahoma and went on to study at Oklahoma Central University. Janice married Robert Scott Anderson, of Noble, OK, on June 12, 1986, in Norman, OK. Robert’s career in the United States Navy took them throughout the United States, and they lived in Nebraska, California, Florida, Rhode Island, and Virginia. Janice attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha where she earned a degree in Education, later earning a Master’s of Science of Education in Reading from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs. Anderson was a full-time passionate elementary school teacher and a loving mother to her three children. She enjoyed working with all types of student learners, diving into a good book, shopping, and spending time with her family and friends. Mrs. Anderson was preceded in death by her parents. Mrs. Anderson is survived by her husband, Robert Scott Anderson; daughters Virginia Anderson and Vanessa Anderson, son Robert Bryan Anderson; granddaughter Katelyn Anderson; brother Dennis Bradshaw and wife Kathy of Blanchard, OK; sister Carol Bradshaw of Norman, OK; and sister Zaetta Jean Azar and husband Jamal Azar of Houston; TX; and many other family members and friends. SERVICE: 1:00 pm Friday, November 15, 2019 McMahan’s Funeral Chapel Noble, OK. INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery Noble, OK. Directed by McMahan’s Funeral Home of...

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KARLOTTA JEAN NEASBITT

Posted by on Oct 24, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

KARLOTTA JEAN NEASBITT Karlotta Neasbitt was born to Homer and Amanda (Wall) Spikes on November 3, 1950, at Thomas, Ok. She departed this life on October 22, 2019, at the OU Medical Center at the age of (68) years. Karlotta graduated from Crooked Oak High School in Ok. City. On June 28, 1975, She married the love of her life Mr. Steve Neasbitt at Geary, Ok. They were married for (44) years. They had made their home in Moore, Ok. for (4) years moving from Noble where they raised their family. Karlotta retired from the Oklahoma State Corporation Commission as a Personnel Manager with (26) years of service. She enjoyed all the years she spent living in the country. She loved to dance and sing, but most of all she loved her family. She was preceded in death by her parents and (3) Sisters; Betty Joann Buckles, Linda Masteller and Connie Miller. Those who survive her include her husband Steve of the home, (4) Daughters; Rachael Nesbitt of Moore, MaRanda Whitaker of Moore, Marya Burrows and husband John of Newalla and Sabrina Palka and husband Mike of Moore, (2) Sisters; Shirley Zeller and husband Duke of New Mexico and Anna Swenn of Del City, Grandchildren; Andrea Hartwell, Kyle DeFoor, Blake Lugo, Jayden Nesbitt, Lundon Whitaker and Kenzlea Whitaker and many friends that will miss her. FUNERAL SERVICE: 1:00 PM Friday, October 25th McMahan’s Funeral Chapel INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery There will not be a visitation Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...

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CLETA MURIEL JONES

Posted by on Oct 11, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

CLETA MURIEL JONES

CLETA MURIEL JONES OBITUARY               Cleta Muriel (Loveless) Jones was born to Ed and Vestes (Meltabarger) Loveless on June 20, 1922, at Noble, Ok. She departed this life on October 8, 2019, at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of (97) years.             Cleta was a lifetime resident of Noble. She graduated from the Noble High School and just a few years ago she was the oldest living graduate. She and Mr. Tommie Steven Jones were United in Marriage and made their home in Noble. Their marriage was for (41) years. Tommie preceded Cleta in death on November 29, 1986. Cleta was baptized at the age of (13) at the First Baptist Church of Noble. She sang in a Quartet at the Church and also at School. Later she was a member of the Sweet Adelines. Cleta said that some of the best friends she ever had were made during her time with the Sweet Adelines.             Cleta’s accomplishments consist of helping operate the plumbing and electrical business, Tommie’s Café on Main Street, Tommie’s Drive-in north end of Noble, operated a grocery store, Tommie’s Drive-in south end of Noble, owned and operated a clothing store, City Clerk for many years, bookkeeper for Tom Schrader Construction, owned rental property, owned and operated Cleta’s Cottage(residential care facility), member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Sweet Adelines and later in life she was a caregiver (this is what she loved to do—help people. She loved life, loved singing but most of all she loved her family.             Cleta was preceded in death by her parents, Husband Tommie, (4) Brothers: Scott, Gene, Alton and Boyce, (1) Sister Ruby Meltabarger and a Grandson Steven Howell. Those who survive her include (2) Daughters; Rita Carpenter and Husband Danny of Noble and Louann Meyers of Noble, (1) Sister Anita Mason of Noble, (4) Grandchildren, (10) Great Grandchildren, (1) Great Great on the Way and many friends that will miss her dearly.   FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:00 AM Saturday, October 12th                                          McMahan’s Funeral Chapel VISITATION HOURS: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM Friday, October 11th                                           McMahan’s Funeral Home INTERMENT: Fairview Maguire...

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Judy Pope

Posted by on Sep 26, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

Judy Pope

JUDY ANN ANDREWS (EVANS) POPE OBITUARY Judy Pope was born to Glen and Gencie (Madden) Andrews on December 20, 1947, at Washington, Ok. She departed this life on September 23rd, 2019 at her home at Stratford, Ok. at the age of (71) years. Judy grew up and attended Washington High School. She was a self-employed beautician for over (40) years before her retirement. Her Son Darrin moved her to Stratford from Tecumseh in (2017) so he could care for her. Although she needed him she still had her spunk and independent attitude that went with it. Judy loved the outdoors and her flowers. She enjoyed fishing and loved to cook for the family and spend time with them. She was preceded in death by her Parents, Husbands Hank Evans and Dale Pope, her Son Kyle, Brothers: Martin, Kenneth, Henry, David and Isaac, Sisters: Boonnie Andrews, and Nadine Andrews. Those who survive her include Sons; Darrin Evans of Stratford and Vince Evans of Lexington, Brothers; Wayne Andrews of Washington and Nathan Andrews of Norman, Sisters; Bertha Henry, Louise Carroll, Vernie Madden, Kathy Hendrix, Norma Jean Madden, Helen Ham (6) Grandchildren, (2) Great Grandchildren, many Nieces and Nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11:00AM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH WASHINGTON...

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