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Ellen Marie Di Bonto
Dec 15, 1967 - Feb 19, 2016
Posted by: Ann Weber

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Ellen Marie Di Bonto age 48 of Purcell, passed away following an automobile accident early Friday Morning, February 19, 2016 in El Reno.

She was born on December 15, 1967 in Prince George County, Maryland. Her parents were Mario Michael Di Bonto and Ruby Ellen “Pat” Songer. Ellen Marie grew up in South Oklahoma City and attended Capitol Hill High School. She later attended the Moore-Norman Vo-tech and became an LPN. For many years Ellen Marie worked in the fast food industry as a cook and as a cashier. She was currently working in the area of Home Health. Ellen was a proud mother of two children, Missty and Dillen. She loved being in the outdoors, working in the yard and keeping her home clean. She loved listening to music, eating Mexican food and trying her luck at the casinos.

She was preceded in death by: Step-father, Gerald Meyer of Wayne;

She is survived by: Mother, Pat Meyer of Wayne, Daughter, Missty Di Bonto and spouse Ashley Di Bonto of Purcell; Son, Dillen Di Bonto of Purcell; Two brothers, Sam Armstrong of Tulsa, Michael Ray Armstrong of Mt. Aries, VA. One sister, Angie Todd of Purcell; Two grandchildren, Kaden and Emma Di Bonto; Two nephews, Mikey Armstrong and Devin Todd, One niece, Tara Armstrong; And many other relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be 2:00pm Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 at Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel in Purcell. Interment will be at the Lexington Cemetery

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