Beryl Sue Setser © The Stilwell Democrat Journal February 6, 2008 Submitted by: Martha Real
Beryl Sue Setser
April 8, 1948-January 28, 2008
Beryl Sue Setser was born to Gilbert Crittenden and Berthal Grace (Sturgeon) Crittenden in Inyokern, California on April 8, 1948, and passed from this life January 28, 2008, in Springdale, Arkansas at the age of 59 years, 9 months and 20 days.
She and Lester Kenneth Setser were married November 26, 1973. Sue was a member of Baron Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her father; Gilbert Crittenden in September of 1975, her mother; Berthal Crittenden in February of 1980, and one brother, Larry Gilbert Crittenden in September of 1989.
Surviving family members include her husband of 34 years, Lester Kenneth Setser, of Decatur, AR, her children; Steven Wayne Setser of Stilwell, Loyd Gilbert Setser and Liz of Stillwater, OK., Katina Rae Setser and Donnie of Broken Arrow, OK., Lester Kenneth Setser III and Dawn of Decatur, AR., Bobby Lee Setser and Melanie of Tahlequah, OK., five brothers and sisters; Stanley Joe Crittenden and Lynda of Stilwell, Paul James Crittenden and Debbie of Stilwell, Mitchell W. Crittenden and Susan of Twin Oaks, OK., Shirley Ann Fletcher and Don of Guthrie, OK., and Karen Faye Tyner of Salina, OK, 14 grandchildren, numerous relatives and special friends also survive her.
Funeral services were held Friday, February 1, 2008, at Hart Memorial Chapel with Bro. Larry Hendren officiating.
Interment followed at Reese Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home.
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