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She was born October 24, 1935 in Wilburton, OK to Howard and Vetress Price (Body). Mary spent her early childhood in Wilburton. Her family traveled during harvest to work fields between California and Oklahoma, and followed the harvest up to Washington. They did this from the 30’s to the late 40’s, two families traveling cross-country in a Model T.Mary graduated from Wilburton High School and eventually moved to Oklahoma City with a friend. She worked at Anthony’s retail in the early 50’s. She married the love of her life, Roger Nobles, on May 4, 1955. They were blessed with their first child, Thomas, on May 16, 1956. They were soon blessed with another child, Deborah, on May 13, 1957. During this time, Mary stayed at home raising her children and taking care of her family. On March 28, 1960, they welcomed their third and final child, Cynthia. Mary worked at various retail stores over the years, including Spartan Atlantic through the 60’s, and ultimately retired from Sheplers Western Wear after 33 years of service as a Loss Prevention Manager.
After the graveside service, family and friends are invited to Robbers Cave State Park Shelter House #1 for light refreshments.
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