Beloved Mother and Gran, Deanna Riley, 101 of Norman passed away April 20, 2019. Haroldyne Virginia Brown was born March 3, 1918 in Neodesha, Kansas to Harold Nathaniel Brown and Vivian (Deer) Brown. She was raised in Neodesha where she met the love of her life, Leo Martin Riley. They lived in Blackwell and then in Oklahoma City. Their 2 daughters, Sharolyn (Shari) and Kathleen were joys in her life and gave her even more through their children and grandchildren. She built her life on the foundation of love and respect. Her greatest joy was her family. From the beginning she was a strong person. She will be dearly missed!
Deanna was proceeded in death by her parents, her siblings and her husband. She is survived by her daughters, Shari and Kathleen, her grandchildren, Stan Wilson and wife Ita of El Paso, Dave Wilson of Norman, and Kelly Green Eck and husband Jeff of Purcell, 5 great grandchildren, Mary Riley, Owen, Andy, KK and Tripp.
Private Family Memorial.
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