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Courtesy of Prater Lampton Funeral Home
Leslie Gail Renfro was born June 26, 1975, in Paris, TX the daughter of Larry and Mary Sue (Burris) Joplin. She had lived in the Hugo and Goodland area all of her life before moving to Panama, OK.
She married Chad Aaron Renfro in February 12, of 2007, in Texarkana, AR. She was attending Carl Albert State College to pursue a degree in nursing. Leslie loved learning and photography. She also loved her dogs, Jake and Bo dearly.
Leslie Gail Renfro was preceded in death by mother, Mary Sue (Burris) Wilson, her sister, Kelly (Joplin) Collins and her brother, Brian Joplin. Leslie is survived by her husband, Chad Renfro of Panama, OK; two sons, Gage Renfro and David Renfro both of Panama, OK; one daughter, Anna Renfro of Panama, OK and her beloved niece, Stormi Joplin, whom she thought of like her daughter; her father and step-mother, Larry and Cheri Joplin of Amarillo, TX; two brothers, Michael Marzek and Amanda of Hugo, OK and Larry Gene Joplin Jr. and wife Jamie of Caddo, OK; sister, Tammy Joplin of Amarillo, TX and a host of cousins, aunts, uncles.
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