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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Park Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma

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Cedar DeLynn Flowers

April 24, 1983 ~ February 5, 2018

© Brown's Durant Funeral and Cremation Service

Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Cedar Flowers age 34, was born in Dension, Texas on April 24, 1983 and passed from this life on February 5, 2018 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cedar graduated from Rock Creek High School in 2001. She later attended Kiamichi Technology Center and Oklahoma State University. Cedar loved her job working on the ambulance as a paramedic. She had the personality to show up on a scene and take charge of her environment, without a doubt in her mind. Cedar was blessed with four great children that meant everything in the world to her.

Later in life, she found a strong love for cosmetics. Her sisters laughed with her often because they could never take a selfie as good as she could. Cedar was a strikingly beautiful lady. Her flair and talent for making women beautiful was unmatched. She met and made many friends across the country with her love for cosmetics. Many relationships were bonded in beauty.

According to her closest family members, Cedar had tunnel vision. It wouldn’t matter the mission, she was going to accomplish it and no obstacles were going to get in her way. She had the most sarcastic personality, was terrible at jokes, and a bad driver! All of these things made her who she was.. She was a rascal in the finest and most beautiful of ways, and could be a character of humorous proportions. She was a member of Victory Life church, a wonderful mother of four beautiful children and widely known as the coupon queen. Throughout her life she served as a great mother, daughter, sister, wife and friend.

Cedar is preceded in death by “Grandma”- Anita Boyd, Grandmother-Merlene ”Honey” Cobble, Grandfather John Cobble, Grandfather-Fred Hancher.

Survived by Husband Isaac Flowers, Two daughters Kayleigh and Tylar. Two sons Weston and Case. Mother and Father Debby and Allan Boyd, Brother Jason and wife Marsha Boyd daughter Makensie. Sister Jennifer Davis, husband Matt Davis and daughter Mason Davis. Sister Taylor Andrews, husband Jarren Andrews and daughter Raelee Andrews. Dad and Stepmother Ricky and Rebecca Cobble. Brother Duane Cobble wife Jennifer Cobble sons Wade and Knox. Johnny Cobble and wife Ashlea Cobble. Grandparents, Jean Hancher, Damon Mathany, Frieda and George Reid.

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