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Submitted by: TD
Bridget Alleen Mealor, the precious child of Brad and Melody Mealor, left this life in Silo, Oklahoma, at her home, on Thursday June 7th, 2018 at the age of 14. She was born in Durant, Oklahoma on October 8th, 2003.
Bridget enjoyed making bracelets, playing Sudoku with Grumpy, playing with her siblings, and fishing with her daddy.
She is survived by her Parents, Brad and Melody Mealor; siblings, Bristol and Brock Mealor; grandparents, Buddy and Debbie Mealor; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family on the 10th floor.
Bridget was preceded in death by her grandparents, John and Donna Vaughn; and great-grandparents, Buddy Mealor and Eva Harris.
Family hour will be from 7-8:00 PM on Monday June 11th at the Holmes~Coffey~Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma. A graveside service will be at 10:00 AM Tuesday June 12th at the Highland Cemetery Pavilion, with Travis Muse officiating.
Services are under the direction of Holmes~Coffey~Murray Funeral Home www.holmescoffeymurray.com
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