Alicia Michelle "Mickey"
Oct 17, 1976 - Mar 14, 2017
Posted by Ann Weber
Mickey was born
October 17, 1976 to Harvey and Mary (Allen) Wherritt in Cleburne, TX. She
grew up in Yukon attending Ranchwood Elementary and graduating from Yukon
High School with the class of 1995. After high school, Mickey attended
Canadian Valley Vo-Tech where she obtained her degree in Medical Coding.
Mickey lived in El Reno. She worked for Planning and Zoning Resources as a researcher. She ordered for the whole United States and some of Canada. Mickey was baptized at the Trinity Baptist Church when she was 15 years old. She attended the Life Church and was a host team member for two years. In her spare time, Mickey enjoyed sewing and crafting.
Mickey was preceded in death by her parents Harvey and Mary Wherritt,
paternal grandparents Allen and Iona Wherritt, maternal grandparents Melvin
“Pug” and Mary Rose Allen, step-grandma June Wherritt and great-niece
She is survived by her sister Kelly Wherritt; niece Cassie Llanas; nephew Brian Llanas; great-nephew Jaxson Llanas; and two great-nieces Zoey Wherritt and Gracie Llanas all of El Reno, OK; many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and a host of friends.
Friday, March 24, 2017
First Baptist Church
541 Mercy Dr.
El Reno, OK 73036
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