Joy A. Oakley 06-13-2006 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for Joy A. Oakley, 86, was at 2 PM Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Cherokee. The Rev. Ron Weathers officiated. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery, directed by Fisher Funeral Home. She died March 16, 1994 in Enid.
She was born December 15, 1907 in Cherokee to Nathan J. "Nate" and Cora Maud Stilts Lehman. She was a lifelong resident of the Cherokee area. On September 26, 1926 she married William H. "Pete" Oakley Junior in Yewed. He died November 2, 1990. She was a homemaker and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Cherokee, Junior Study Club, Mothers Self Culture Club, PEO and Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving are a son, Jerome "Jerry" of Denver, Colorado; a daughter, Marcheta Stone of Tulsa; two brothers, Clayton Lehman and Wendell Lehman, both of Tulsa; a sister, Lucille McCue of Miami; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home to the American Lung Association of Green Country Oklahoma in Tulsa.
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