Margie Louise White Sisco © Grace Memorial Chapel 01-2014 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Margie Louise Sisco, of Ponca City, Ok passed away on January 6th 2014 at the age of 78. Louise passed suddenly at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital in OKC due to complications from a heart attack. The funeral will be held Thursday, January 9th at 3:00p.m at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Burial will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will be hosting a viewing on Wednesday, January 8th from 6pm8pm at Grace Memorial Chapel.
Louise Sisco was born on April 20th 1935 at her country home in Terlton, Ok near Cleveland, Ok to Jessie Francis White and Lola Velma Scott White. Louise went to Terlton School for kindergarten. Her grandmother Scott lived there with her parents at that time. At recess and lunch Louise would go visit them sometimes taking a friend with her. She listened for the five minute bell and then hurried back to school. Louise was very close to her grandma Scott. Louise was six when her sister Dorothy was born in the same country home. In 1942, at age 7, Louises family moved to Ponca City, Ok because her Daddy got a job on the railroad. Then later he went to work at Conoco for 33 years before he died in 1966.
When Louise was 8 or 9 they bought a home on first street in Ponca City. Louises brother Harold was born in 1944 when she was 9 years old while living in this home. There was a railroad track in the back oth their house. When relatives came and stayed all night the train would wake them up. They would ask How do you sleep We told them you just get used to it Nothing woke Louise up, not trains or storms, until she had her first child. Then she became a light sleeper. Louise loved to play jacks usually with her friend and neighbor Joan. She had fun with all the neighbor children they played in Louises back yard most of the time. Louise attended Ponca City Schools starting at age 7. She graduated from Ponca City High school in 1954. Louise was married in 1955 at age 20 to Olen Dee Sisco. They had four Sons, Michael Sisco, Howard Sisco, Gary Sisco and Allen Sisco and one daughter, Debra Sisco Wright all of Ponca City. Needless to say she kept busy. Louise and Olen divorced after 19 years of marriage in 1974. Louise raised her children earning a living as a housekeeper. She retired from Ponca City Hospital after serving over 25 years. She was always active in church from the time her family moved to Ponca City when Louise was a young child. She loved taking care of her grandchildren, reading, writing poetry and watching movies.
Louise is survived by her 5 children Michael, Howard, Gary, Allen Sisco and Debra Sisco Wright and Spouse Jeffrey Wright of Ponca City. One sister Dorothy McAbee and her husband, Warren of Independence Mo. One brother Harold White and his wife, Marian of Ponca City. Twelve grandchildren, Toby Hutson and his wife Pam of Ponca City, April Belair and her husband Jeff of Marland Ok , Richie Hutson and his wife Shelli of Ponca City, Kristie Coffman and her husband Jonny of Ponca City, Tina Bryant and her husband John of Ponca City, Kendra Jones and her husband Shane of Ponca City, Serenity Sisco of Sulphur Springs Tx, Stetson Sisco of U.S. Marine Corps, Chassity Waddell and her husband Cole of Wichita Ks, Steven Sisco of Ponca City, Kelly Wright of Lakeland Fl., Jeffrey Wright and his wife Ashley of Lakeland Fl. Twenty Eight great grandchildren, nine greatgreat grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, her friends, extended family members and her Church family.
Louise is proceeded in death by her parents Jessie and Lola White and grandson Garrett Wrangler Sisco.
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