Debora Ann Godbey May 14, 1955 - March 3, 2014 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Memorial services will be announced at a later date for Debora Ann Godbey, 59 of Ada.
Mrs. Godbey died Tuesday, March 3, 2015 near Stonewall. She was born May 14, 1955 in Phoenix, AZ to Chester Boyken and June Hart Boyken. She attended grade school in England and Savannah, Georgia. She graduated from high school in England.
She married Wesley Godbey in 1989. He preceded her in death in 2002. Mrs. Godbey was a rural mail carrier in the Stonewall area.
Survivors include three daughters, Emily Fortner of the home, Melissa Fuell of Midwest City and Melanie Stickler of Harrah; two sons, David Fuell of Tulsa and Josh Godbey of Midwest City; her mother, June Boyken of Chocktaw; six grandchildren, Kabry Farrow, Wesson Fortner, Peyton Fuell, Marcus Flowers, Jacqueline Caldwell and Riley Godbey; and three sisters, Tracy Caldwell, Oklahoma City, Kim Bowers, Prague and Yvonne Machado, Choctaw.
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