Carol Jean (Hunter) Kelly, of Oklahoma City, passed from this life on November 22, 2017.
Carol was born in Shattuck Oklahoma on December 27, 1933 to Cecil Wayne and Pauline (Purdum) Hunter.
She grew up on the family farm north of Shattuck, and graduated from Shattuck High School. After high school. she moved to Oklahoma City where she married John Kelly; and raised her family. In her spare time, she enjoyed traveling and painting.
In addition to her parents, Carol was preceded in death by her brother Jack Hunter, and grandson Kyle Kelly. She is survived by her three daughters, Brenda Randall of Oklahoma City, Johnna Kelly of Farmerís Branch, TX, and Patricia Rogers and husband TerryC of Oklahoma City; three grandchildren, Joshua Randall and wife Jennifer of Colorado Springs, CO, David Randall of New York City, NY, and Keri Hutchison of Oklahoma City, two great grandchildren, Logan and Madison; as well as many other relatives and friends.
She will be buried with her Dad, Mom and brother in the Shattuck Memorial Cemetery, Shattuck Oklahoma.
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