KENBERLY LOUISE RHODES, was born on February 28, 1968 to William Kenneth Rhodes and Alice Mae (Idlett) Rhodes in Mooreland, OK. She departed her earthly life on November 24, 2016 at her home in Seiling at the age of 48 years, 8 months, and 27 days.
Kenberly was raised and educated in Seiling, graduating High School with the Class of 1986. She was united in marriage to Mark Meister, Jr. on October 17, 1986 in Tyler, TX and to this union one child, Tara was born. Kenberly worked as a waitress and enjoyed gardening and planting flowers. In her spare time she enjoyed cooking and riding her Harley.
Kenberly was preceded in death by her grandparents W.T. & Lela Idlett, William Jackson and Josephine Rhodes, and her mother Alice Rhodes.
Left to carry Kenberly’s legacy are her daughter, Tara May and husband James of Lahoma; grandson Laikin May of Lahoma; father William “Kenneth” Rhodes of Seiling; Brother William “Jay” Rhodes of Seiling; nieces and nephews Brandon, Shannon, Jordan, and Jared, as well as a lifetime of friends.
Memorial Services will be held at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at the Redinger Funeral Chapel with Pastor Michael Brien presiding. Memorial Donations may be made to Redinger Funeral Home to help defray the family’s expenses.
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