Doris June (Jones) Stapps
Jan 25, 1943 - Nov 23, 2011
Submitted by: Martha Reddout
Doris was born and raised in Kingfisher County and attended Kingfisher Schools. After high school she married Delvin Carl Stapps, he preceded her in death on January 6, 1993. She worked for many years as a Secretary in the Engineering Department at Pioneer Telephone until her retirement. Doris enjoyed doing ceramics, gardening, and fishing. She enjoyed going shopping at Kohlís Department Store. She also loved Christmas, chatting with people and her fireplace in her living room.
Survivors include two sons, Anthony Stapps of Kingfisher and Aaron Butler of Enid; three daughters, Brenda Payne of Crescent, Gwen Hirschler of Edmond and Vanessa Littrell of Oklahoma City; three sisters, Joyce Gray of Kingfisher, Kela Watson of Yukon and Johnnie Morgan of Austin, TX; seven grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and one sister.
Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M. Monday, November 28, 2011 at the First
Baptist Church in Crescent with Rev. Pete Peterman officiating. Burial will
follow in the Banner Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Abernathy
Aaron Funeral Home in Crescent. Family and friends may sign the online guest
book at www.abernathyaaron.com.
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