Velma Louise Bartlett
Mar 14, 1927 - Sep 17, 2014
Posted by: Ann Weber
She was preceded in death by: Her husband, Glenn Bartlett; Son, Dayle Bartlett; Her parents, Carrol and Thelma Pepmiller; Stepmother, Arco Pepmiller; Father & Mother-in-law, Herb and Clyde Bartlett and Brothers-in-law, Herbert B. and Gene Bartlett, Duane Johnson
Velma leaves behind: Her daughter, Glenda Smith and husband James of Norman; Her sons, Gary Bartlett and wife Debbie of Collinsville, OK and Rodney Bartlett and wife Mary of Royse City, TX; Her Daughter-In-Law: Marie Bartlett of Okla. City, OK 13 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, 1 great great; Her sisters-in-law, Judy Bartlett of Colorado Springs, CO and Geraldine Johnson, and A host of other family and friends.
Graveside Funeral Services are scheduled for
2:00 P.M. Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at the
Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery in Norman, OK,
under the direction of the Wilson-Little Funeral
Home of Purcell. Send online condolences at
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