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Joyce Mae Cole Brumley, longtime Cushing Resident, passed away Monday evening, January 14, 2008, in Ardmore, Oklahoma, at the age of 68.
She was born on September 26, 1939, in Asher, Pottawatomie County, to the late Roy Edward Cole and Agnes Levada Baker of Tecumseh.
She was united in marriage to Clifford Ray Brumley on August 2, 1958. The couple moved from Asher to Cushing in August 1958 and lived there for more than 40 years. Ray preceded her in death on May 27, 1999.
Joyce was a mother first and foremost, raising her two sons, but was later employed by Cushing Public Schools from 1975 thru 1996.
She was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church of Cushing, where she was a youth Sunday school teacher, Vacation Bible School volunteer, and Widows Support group co-founder and member. She recently transferred her membership to the First Baptist Church of Ardmore.
She loved to be with family, whether of the home, church, school, or community. She was a caregiver to many and was abundantly blessed with a full life.
Survivors include her two sons, Victor Ray and wife Leann (Stroud) Brumley of Ardmore, and Chad Alan and wife Marianne (Judy) Brumley of Keller, Texas; two special grandchildren, Leah Rae and Brayden Kyle Brumley, both of Ardmore; her mother, Agnes Baker of Tecumseh; one sister, Naoma (Cole) Wotipka of Tecumseh; two brothers, John Edward Cole of Konawa and Elmer Louis Cole of Tecumseh; two sisters-in-law LaVerne (Brumley) Kirby of Oklahoma City and Imogene (Brumley) Cleveland of Glenpool; and numerous other relatives and friends.
Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, her father; her stepfather, Ray Baker; one sister-in-law, Meveline (Brumley) Carroll, four brothers-in-law; James Carroll, Everett Wotipka, Fred Loman; and Leon Brumley.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 19, 2008 at 11 am in the First Baptist Church with Reverend George Brock, III, officiating.
Burial will follow in the Euchee Valley Memorial Park Cemetery.
The family will greet friends on Friday evening from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. in the Floyd Family Center, east of the funeral home.
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