Obituaries

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Edwina Ross Crain Deaton

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Edwina Ross Crain Deaton was born October 15, 1956, to Charles and Doris Ross in Ponca City, Oklahoma. She was a passionate student, played clarinet in the high school band, was a fantastic water skier and graduated from Northern Oklahoma College. She met her first husband, Garry Crain, while working at Conoco. They married and moved to Oklahoma City where they had two children, Linsi and Ross, and made many friends and happy memories. She married Gary Deaton in 1999. Edwina was a devoted mother known for creating over-the-top birthday parties, beautiful cakes and event costumes. She will be remembered for her sardonic humor and biting wit, creativity, dedication to family and for being a fun and supportive coworker at the United States District Court.
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Charlene Lieb

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Charlene Lieb, 88, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, was called to his eternal resting place on August 9, 2020. She entered this world on January 25, 1932, in Pawnee, OK, born to Charles B and Ella LT Buffalo Arkeketa. Charlene lived in Kay County her whole life.
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Thelma Charlene Fisher

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Thelma Charlene Fisher was born to Miles Everett & Delia Ann Lemaster on July 11, 1927 in Stigler, OK and crossed the bridge into Heaven on August 7th, 2020 at the Oklahoma Heart Institute in Tulsa, OK. Charlene was the 5th of 6 children. In 1929, the family left Mena, Arkansas in a covered wagon, travelling through Tulsa to Blackburn Oklahoma. They camped along the way, with their dad building bonfires in the evening for their mom to cook the family meals. 2 years old and the youngest of the 5 kids at the time, the story goes that the wagon hit a rock, causing Charlene to fall out of the wagon – she always joked she hit her head & that was what was wrong with her!
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Lonnie M. Bray Sr.

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On Saturday August 1, 2020, Lonnie M. Bray Sr., loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle and friend passed away at the age of 89. Lonnie had a long battle with heart disease, but lived life to the fullest, loving the Lord, his family, his friends, and his country every step of the way.