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Viola (Hines) & Mitchell "Mike" Pugh
Tombstone Photo
Oglesby Cemetery
Washington County, Oklahoma
© Dennis Wilson

Obit for Viola posted by Ann Weber
May 13, 1941 - Jan 27, 2018

(permission granted)

Viola Hines Pugh passed away on January 27, 2018 in Oglesby, Oklahoma.

Viola was born to Osa and Pearl Hines on May 13, 1941 in Ramona, Oklahoma. She attended school in Vera, Romana, and Collinsville, Oklahoma. She received her GED in 1977 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She married Mitchell “Mike” Pugh on August 15, 1958. They made their home in and around Oglesby and Romana, Oklahoma. This is where they raised their three daughters: Diana, Pamela, and Connie as well as the many grandchildren and great-grandchildren they had a hand in raising. Viola was an active member of the Ramona House of Prayer Church in Ramona. She worked for Wilderon Motors and Thrifty Rent-a-Car Company for five years, Wal-Mart for fifteen years, and the Phillips cafeteria for seven years. She retired in 2004 to take care of her late husband Mike until his passing.

She is survived by five sisters: Algia Gosvenor, Dorothy (Bill) Jones, Mary Inman, and Billie Kessler; five brothers: Otis Sr. (Barbara), David Hines, Harold (Howard) Hines, Jacky Sr., and Robert “Bobby” (Susie) Hines; her two daughters: Diana K. Pugh and Connie L. Barnes; her grandchildren Heather Hatter, Precious Smith, Jennifer Fonseca, James “Jimbo” (Teresa) Barnes III, Benjamin Grant Barnes, Tabatha Flores, Adrien (Clifton) White, Michelle (Christopher) Stafford, Samantha Barnes, Ricky Pierce, and Daniel “Danny” Barnes; 28 great-grandchildren, and countless nieces and nephews.

Viola was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Mike Pugh; a son Larry Edward, a daughter Pamela Hunter; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers: Charles and Richard Hines; and four sisters: Virginia, Leona, Iona, and JoAnn Hines.

It may not seem like much at the end. The real story of her life is too large for any page or book. The lives she has touched, the memories she helped make, the families she helped raise, and the love she shared. We were just happy to be a part of it.

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