Memorial service celebrating the life of Darla Hardaway, 62, of Enid, will be 11:30AM, Friday, September 14, 2018, at Pleasant Valley Christian Church. Cremation arrangements are by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home & Crematory.
Darla was born January 6, 1956, in Enid to Harold Leon and Rita Belle (Adams) Schulz, and passed away on Monday, September 10, 2018, at her home in Enid.
Darla graduated from Pioneer High School, and attended Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater. She was a cook at the Chisholm Elementary School, retiring in 2018. Darla was a member of the Pleasant Valley Christian Union Church. She truly enjoyed spending time with her kids, grandchildren, and getting to meet her 1st great grandchild born this year. Darla loved and enjoyed her many friends.
Darla is survived by her 3 daughters Heather Teubert and husband Jerime of Douglas, Cortney Hardaway of Enid, and Sara Hardaway of Enid; 5 grandchildren Hannah Reim and husband Brandon of Carrier, Bailey Hardaway of Weatherford-SWOSU student, Braden Hardaway of Enid, Katey Moore of Douglas, and Peyton Teubert of Enid; 1 great granddaughter Remi Reim of Carrier; her mother Rita Adams-Schulz; and her sister Diane L. Schulz of Washington, Illinois.
She was preceded in death by her father Harold.
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