Dianna Kay Cartwright Obituaries - © The Purcell Register September 1, 2005 Submitted by: Mary Anneler
Dianna Kay Cartwright
Funeral services for Dianna Kay Cartwright, 43, of Lexington were held Aug. 31, 2005 at First Baptist Church in Lexington with the Rev. Dale Kirkhuff officiating. Interment was at the Noble I.O.O.F. Cemetery under the direction of Wilson-Little Funeral Home in Purcell.
Mrs. Cartwright died Aug. 28, 2005 at Norman Regional Hospital.
She was born July 3, 1962 in Muskogee, the daughter of Donnie Lavon Northcutt and Donnie Nell Grissom Northcutt. She was reared in Lexington, attending Lexington schools. She loved music and while in high school she was active in the high school band and played the clarinet. She also played the piano and sang in the high school choir.
After graduating in 1980, she attended two years of college at Oklahoma Baptist University and played the clarinet in the University Stage Band. She later attended one year at Oklahoma State University before getting married and starting a family.
Mrs. Cartwright lived and worked in Oklahoma City for nearly 14 years before moving back to Lexington in 2001.
For several years she worked as a secretary for the State of Oklahoma and later was self-employed, operating a video store. Dianna loved the video business and enjoyed watching movies as a pastime. She also loved working with arts and crafts, painting and drawing.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Chester and Jessie Northcutt and Don and Nellie Grissom and her father, Donnie Lavon Northcutt.
Survivors include two daughters, Cassi Cartwright and Tia Northcutt, both of the home; her mother, Donnie Nell Northcutt of Lexington; two brothers, Doug Northcutt and his wife, Montez, and Dave Northcutt and his wife, Allison, all of Lexington; six nephews, Jordan, Ryan, Lucas, Logan, Jonah and Nicholas Northcutt and many cousins, aunts, uncles and other loving relatives and friends.
Pallbearers were J.D. and Dean Northcutt, Rusty, Tony, Tim and Jeff Grissom, Steve Morren and Greg Argo.
Honorary pallbearers were Rick Grissom, Mark Argo and Jeff Wilson.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the McClain Bank, c/o Trust Fund for Cassi and Tia.
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