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Roy L & Ramona Ellen "Rae Girl" (Snellings) Meigs
Floral Haven Memorial Gardens
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Broken Arrow, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

Dennis Wilson

Obit for Ramona
Jun 3, 1922 - Oct 29, 2008

Courtesy of Bixby Bulletin
Bixby Bulletin
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Meigs, Ramona Ellen, "Rae Girl", 86. On Wednesday, October 29, 2008 God reached down and lifted her up in his arms. Born June 3, 1922 to Cullen Colequit and Cora Ellen (Ricks) Snellings in Shawnee, OK. Preceded in death by husband, Roy L. Meigs; Brother, Farrel (Dude); Sisters, Mildrene (Mil), Ramah Lee (Rame).
Survived by sons, Mark F. Meigs & wife, Gina; and T. Brent Meigs. 3 Grandchildren, Ryan & Kelli Meigs & Dustyn Bell, wife Sarah; 2 Great-Grandchildren, Ashley & Nicholas. Many very close nieces, nephews & friends. One very special friend not only from childhood but for the past 19 years, her guy, Roy Stuart. She graduated from Shawnee High School, volunteered for many, many years at St. John's Hospital and as an elder was very active in the church, enjoyed singing especially with her sisters as members of "The Villagers", a choral group. While her boys attended college, she also went back to college at T.U. Rae loved tennis, traveling and being a little ornery. You're loved very much and will be missed by all. Service: 3:00 p.m., Monday, Nov. 3, 2008, RiverCrest Chapel, Bixby. Bixby Funeral Service 369-1700.

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