Darlene graduated from Rosston High School in 1952. After graduation, Darlene worked at Boeing in Wichita, Kansas. She married Kenneth Cornell on November 26, 1954 in Clayton, New Mexico. They were blessed with a daughter, Pamela Kay. Darlene and Kenneth lived in Rosston for a short time and then traveled to California, spending the winter months before returning to Oklahoma. The family lived southwest of Laverne before building a new home in 1956.
Darlene worked at Wallenburg's Hardware Store before going to work for the Bank of Laverne, where she retired. She spent the last two years at Parkview Pointe enjoying the company of the other residents and anyone else who stopped in.
She was preceded in death by her dad, Clyde German; her mother Wilma Wolf; and her husband Kenneth.
Survivors include her daughter Pam Hamilton and her husband Larry; grandchildren Jessie Hamilton, Sheila Jones and husband Klayton and their family and Araine Cash and husband Duston and their family; brother Mike German and wife Mary; nieces Darci Tipton and husband Colby and their family and Megan Clary and husband Kevin and their family; and many close friends.
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