Rhea Kay Montanye Myrick © Enid News and eagle 11-27-2016 Submitted by: Glenn
|Rhea Kay MYRICK New Home Cemetery
Rhea Kay Montanye Myrick was born July 27, 1943, in Wichita, KS, to Claudine Quary and Levi Montanye. She passed away November 24, 2016, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 73.
Rhea graduated from Hunter High School, Hunter, OK with the class of 1961. She married Billy K. Myrick June 8, 1963, at Nash Baptist Church. They were married 53 years. To this union were born Kevin and Karla.
Rhea was an active member of Bethel Hawley Baptist Church, Nash, OK.
Rhea is survived by her husband Bill; son, Kevin Myrick and his wife Shannon of Nash, OK; daughter, Karla Steel and her husband Russell of Liberty, MO; granddaughters, Debbie and Britttany Steel of Kansas City, MO; great-grandsons, Carter and Ryker; and her brothers, Larry Montanye and Richard Montanye.
Services for Rhea will be at 2 p.m. Monday, November 28, 2016, at Bethel Hawley Baptist Church, with the Rev. Gary Lillie officiating. Burial will follow at New Home Cemetery, Nash, OK, with arrangements by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek.
Memorials may be made to Bethel Hawley Baptist Church or Hawley Volunteer Fire Department.
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