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1977 - 2006

Alice Kay Bragg Lester, a longtime resident of Chandler, went to be with the Lord on Saturday morning, July 15, 2006.
She was born in Whitter, California, on September 14, 1942, to Henry Othel Bragg and Lovey Kirby Bragg, who preceded her in death.
She graduated from California High School in 1960 and afterwards attended Lawton School for Medical and Dental Assistants in Beverly Hills, California.
Soon after arriving in Chandler in 1976, she began working as a dental assistant for Dr. D.C. Pennington. In 1981, she went to work at Oklahoma Gas and Electric as a customer service consultant and continued working at OG&E until she retired in 1996. While employed with OG&E, Alice was a member of the Business and Professional Women's Club and served as the organization's President, Treasurer and District Secretary. She also participated in the Community Round Table and the Chandler Chamber of Commerce Combined Appeal. One of her favorite community events was the Lincoln County Indian Arts Festival, which she served as co-chair in 1997.
Alice was a Christian and a woman of faith and prayer. She attended the Assembly of God Church in Chandler and frequently chaperoned Saturday night youth socials. Besides her faith, her children and family were her greatest passion and devotion.
Alice also found pleasure working in her flower and vegetable gardens, cooking a variety of foods and desserts, reading books and magazines and making unique holiday arts and crafts.
She is survived by her three children, Steven Lester of Oklahoma City, Kathy Massey of Tulsa and Mark Lester of Oklahoma City; one brother, Elbert Bragg of Denver, Colorado; one sister, Henrietta Isaacs of Chandler; two granddaughters, Amy Berry of Tulsa and Elizabeth Massey of Tunkhannoch, Pennsylvania; two nephews, John Bragg of Whitelyville, Tennessee and Clint Bragg of Gallatin, Tennessee; three nieces, Diana Isaacs of Dallas, Texas; Rebecca Isaacs of Dallas; and Tara Kay Bragg of Gallatin; lifetime friend and cousin, LaMona Christi of Prague; longtime friends, Shala Asal of Columbia, Missouri; and Wanda Webb of Corona, California; and many other relativies and friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials be made to: Lupus Foundation of America, Oklahoma Chapter, 3131 N. MacArthur Blvd., Suite 106B, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73122-1097, Phone: {405} 495-8787.
Graveside service will be 10:00 a.m. today at Oak Park Cemetery, Chandler, with the Rev. Doyle Seeley officiating.
Parks Brothers Funeral Service in Chandler is directing arrangements.
Published July 20, 2006.

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