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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Park Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma

Deceased Name: Ethel Pauline Dansby Brumley

© Durant Daily Democrat

May 7, 2008

Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Ethel Pauline Dansby Brumley was transported by angels to Heaven on Monday, May 5, 2008. She passed away at Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma in Durant, Oklahoma at the age of 89 years.

Ethel was a loving mother of six children, and devoted wife of Delmar Brumley for almost 69 years.

She was a faithful Christian, who enjoyed working in the Women's Ministry at First Assembly Of God Church in Durant.

She also loved to sew and do craft projects. She loved to help young college students by giving and cooking food for them. Heaven will only reveal completely how many people's lives she touched.

Ethel was born on June 25, 1918 at Fort Washita , Oklahoma. She attended school at Fort Washita.

Her parents were Isom and Hattie Hart Dansby.

She married Delmar Brumley on October 31, 1936 in Durant and lived there for 71 years.

Proverbs 12:4 states: "A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband..." Proverbs 31:10 states Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies." Proverbs 31:20 states: "She stretches out her hand to the poor, yes, she reaches forth her hands to the needy." These strong moral and spiritual characteristics were active in the life of Ethel Brumley. The Bible promises crowns to the faithful Christians and she will certainly receive her crowns for finishing the race and keeping the faith. We love you, Mother.

Her husband, Delmar Brumley preceded Ethel in death; her parents, Isom and Hattie Hart Dansby; daughter, Vickie Jan Brumley; sisters, Ruby Dansby and Lucille Dansby; brothers, I. D. Dansby, Arthur Dansby, Leonard Dansby and Bill Dansby. She was also preceded in death by sisters-in-law, Marie Dansby, Mary Dansby, Irene Thompson, Alice Wold and Pearl Brumley; brother-in-law, Roy Toney, Roy Brumley, Lew Wold, Louis Thompson, Leroy James and Lowell Hankey.

Ethel is survived by three sons and their wives, Darrell and Marvell Brumley of Battiest, Bennie and Leta Brumley of Broken Bow, Marion and Marie Brumley of Broken Bow, She is survived by two daughters, Jouree Simmons of Durant and Janelle Hammel and husband Gary Hammel of Durant. Ethel is also survived by one sister, Peggy Toney of Norman, four sisters-in-law, Marie Dansby of Bakersfield, California; Fay Dansby of Arlington, Texas; Rosa Lee Hankey of Katy, Texas and Hettie Belle James of Tulsa.

Surviving grandchildren are Kary and Kelli Brumley of Broken Bow, Daren and Sherry Brumley of Bartlesville, Steve Brumley of Duncan, Scott and Traci Brumley of Broken Bow, Lisa and Rusty Guerra of Little Rock, AR; Lori and Michael Dell of Spring, Texas; Harvey and Cindy Brumley of Broken Bow, Michael and Deleta Brumley of Broken Bow, Melissa and Josh Snook of Longview, Texas; Jory Simmons and fiancée Katie Smith of Corsicana, Texas; Todd and Tanna Hammel of McKinney, Texas; Tadd and Cindy Hammel of Houston, Texas; Sean and Shannon Hammel of Hendricks. Also there are twenty great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.

Grandsons will serve as Pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearers will be Paul Price, Col. Hal Lynn and Rev. Joe Beshires, along with grandsons-in law.

Family visitation will be on Wednesday, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Coffey-Murray Funeral Home in Durant.

Services will be on Thursday, May 8, 2008, at 2:00 p.m. at the First Assembly Of God Church in Durant.

Burial will be in Highland Cemetery in Durant. under the direction of Coffey~Murray Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the first Assembly Of God Church in Durant or your own favorite charity.

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