|Melba Jane (Goertzen) Dailey|
|© Ford Funeral Home|
|Submitted by: Jo Aguirre|
Melba Jane Dailey was born March 27, 1929 in Weatherford, Oklahoma to Herman and Clara Goertzen.
She passed on to her heavenly home on March 28, 2017, just one day after her 88th birthday.
Melba was always a celebration of life, enjoying crafts of all types, sewing, woodworking, egg decorating, painting and many others. Always the optimist, she was fun loving and an enthusiastic encourager to those around her. She enjoyed serving others often putting the needs of others first.
She was retired from Macklanburg-Duncan after more than 32 years of service.
Melba was a member of Sunnylane Southern Baptist Church of Del City, Oklahoma.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Kermit C. Dailey; her parents Herman and Clara Goertzen and by her sister Evelyn Goertzen.
Melba is survived by her sons Alan L. Dailey of Oklahoma City and Loran Dailey and his wife Janelle of Tyler, Texas; her sister Eva Blakely of Kansas; her grandchildren John and Mindy Reed and Eric and Kimberly Dailey of Tyler, Texas, Danny and Alicia Cole of Midwest City, Crystal Cole of Midwest City, Brad and Jenny Harris, Brian and Natalie Harris, Christi Jussen all of Oklahoma City, Brandon Harris of the Philippines and 20 great-grandchildren.
Viewing will be at Ford Funeral Service in Midwest City on Friday, April 7, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm.
Graveside Services will be held Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 1pm at
Greenwood Cemetery in Weatherford, Oklahoma.
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