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Atoka County, Oklahoma



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Submitted by: Angie Jenkins Long

Tod Wayland & Faye Rhyne

Wardville Cemetery




Faye Buie Rhyne
Submitted by: Pati Holder

FAYE BUIE RHYNE

Faye Buie Rhyne born February 5, 1917, passed away April 9, 2011 in Coalgate at the age of 94 years. Graveside services were held at the Wardville Cemetery, Tuesday, April 12th at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Kenneth McMath officiating, assisted by Robin Lacy and Clark Rhyne. Music by pake McEntire, Susie McEntire Eaton and Stephanie Shoemaker. Brown's Funeral Service of Coalgate was in charge of arrangements.
Clan Bluie lived for centuries on the island of Jura off the west coast of Scotland. the clan was of Norwegian Viking origin and was a sub clan of the McDonald clan. To escape English tyranny they came to North Carolina in the 1740"s. Her line of the family migrated to Mississippi, Texas adn then Oklahoma. Faye's parents were Henry Elmo Buie and Henry Etta Adams. She was born in Pounds Valley southeast of Pittsburg, Oklahoma and lived most of her life in the Wardville area and attended Wardville Grade School and Limestone Gap High School, graduating in 1933. She married Tod Rhyne December 26, 1933. He preceded her in death in 1979. They had three children; Lavanda Rhyne Wilgus, Clark O'Neal Rhyne and Kelly Gordon Rhyne.
She is survived by: Clark and Sue Rhyne, John M. Wilgus; James Buie and Christy Rhyne and children, Sarah Henry and Jacob; Tod O'Neal and Holly Rhyne and children, Cortland, Grayson, Landon and Hannah; Samuel Clark and Kelly Rhyne and children, Kyler, Sadie, and Wyatt; and Kelly Rhyne and Carol Dunlap's daughters, Emily Rose and Anne Elizabeth. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tod; children, Lavanda Wilgus and Kelly Rhyne; and her sister, Evelyn Buie Kincade.
Pallbearers were Joe Mike Smith, Clarence Hoehman, Robert Tucker, Robin Lacy, Pake McEntire, George Hall, Kenneth Jones, Garner Boyd, James Newberry, Paul Wilson, Bill Kincannon, Paul Hooe, R. E. Hooe and Gregg Overstreet.

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