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Roses by Helen McNabb

Oklahoma

World Organization of China Painters, Inc.

JANIE THIRY

This is Renee, Janie Thiry's daughter I wanted you to know and hoped you would notify the china painters that my mom passed away on Monday, March 13th.She had been battling health issues since the beginning of the year. I have attached to obituary for you to send and I really appreciate it so much. Please let all the china painters know that my mom was so thankful for all the years the china painters were her friends and companions.



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Dorothy Anerson

IN MEMORY OF DOROTHY ANDERSON

Funeral services for Dorothy Anderson, 80, of Purcell will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 5, 2023 at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be at Hillside Cemetery in Purcell under the direction of the Wilson-Little Funeral Home in Purcell.

Mrs. Anderson passed away Friday, December 30, 2022.

Dorothy Jo Mantooth was born July 30, 1942 in Purcell, the fourth of five daughters born to John Russell Mantooth and Etta Roberta Mantooth. Dorothy was raised in Purcell and attended school there, graduating with the Dragon Class of 1960.

Dorothy worked for Western Electric for a short time, and as a receptionist for C.L. Boyd in Oklahoma City. Her sister Sharon intoduced her to a young man from Wayne named Lloyd Wayne Anderson. They were the perfect couple and the rest as they say, is history. Dorothy and Lloyd were married on July 7, 1967 in Oklahoma City. By 1970, they had settled in Purcell where they raised their children, son Paul and daughters, Teka and Shana.

Dorothy worked tirelessly as a homemaker, caring and providing for their every need. She stayed active in her community by volunteering in 4-H, the Booster Club, and the Junior Miss Pageant. She volunteered at Purcell Hospital whenever needed, and was coordinator for the Hospital Auxillary for more than 42 years. She was a member of the Purcell PO, the Redbud Club and Petal Pushers.

Whatever activities her children were involved in, Dorothy made it a point to be involved. And when she became a grandmother, she followed her grandchildren in various activities, drama and sports, and she was their biggest fan.

Dorothy was very crafty, and enjoyed painting, and especially porcelain China. She was a member of the World Organization of China Painters (WOCP), held several state offices including President, worked as a demonstrator and a teacher, and judged for many years at the State Fair. She was a woman of great faith and longtime member of the 9th & Pierce Church of Christ. She will be dearly missed!

She was preceded in death by her son, Paul Russell Anderson; her parents, Russell and Roberta Mantooth and two sisters, Betty Ozment and Sharon Anderson.

Dorothy is survived by her loving husband Lloyd Anderson of the home; daughters, Teka Dawn Anderson-O’Connell of Purcell and Shana DeAnn Glasgow and husband, Todd, of Stillwater; two sisters, Rose McCurdy of Purcell and Connie Wells of Purcell; six grandchildren, Taylor Moffat and husband, Jacob, Morgan Stringer and husband, Brayden, Gentrey Anderson, Haden Russell Glasgow, Max Glasgow and Maggie Glasgow; two great-great grandchildren, Nora Moffat and Anderson Stringer; several nieces and nephews and a host of other family and friends.

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BEA WEST


Beatrice Marie West

January 3, 1926 – July 22, 2022

The memorial service will be in Claremore at St.

Paul's Episcopal Church at 1310 N Sioux Ave on

August 20, 2022 at 11:00 am.

Memorial contributions may be made to Claremore Public Schools

Foundation. Donate online at bit.ly/CPSFdonate or mail checks to

PO Box 575, Claremore, OK 74018



Beatrice Marie Novotny Hanley West, daughter of Marie

Kosour and Ferdinand Novotny, was born on January 3, 1926

in Havelock, Nebraska. On Friday, July 22, 2022 she died

peacefully with her family present; she was 96 years old.

Bea lived an incredibly full life. She traveled across the

Atlantic via ship twice before her tenth birthday. She spent

her formative years in a tiny village in Czechoslovakia with her

mother’s family before returning to the states at the outbreak

of World War II, speaking no English. She always said her time

in Moravia was what shaped her into the person she was. She

was married twice. First, to William Hanley, with whom she

had three children, and then to Gene West, with whom she

enjoyed her golden years, traveling extensively.

It was in her forties that her passion for painting really took

off and she spent over fifty years developing her work and

becoming a truly masterful porcelain and oil painter. Over the

years, her home and the homes of her loved ones were filled

with her beautiful pieces. In her later years, Bea also taught

classes and cherished the time she was able to share her skills

with others.

Bea was engaged in many charities during her life in both

California and Oklahoma. She was a member of St. Paul’s

episcopal church in Claremore, Oklahoma.

Bea is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Gene West,

and by her daughter, Christine Bewley.

She is survived by her sons Philip and Mark Hanley, son-inlaw Ralph Bewley, grandchildren Jeff Bewley and Jennifer,

Kristen and Hannah Hanley, and two great-grandchildren,

Henry and Lucy Bewley. 









BEA WEST

Beatrice M. West

January 3, 1926 - July 22, 2022

Obituary for Beatrice M. West

Beatrice Marie Novotny Hanley West, the daughter of Marie Kosour and Ferdinand Novotny, was born on January 3, 1926 in Havelock, Nebraska. On Friday, July 22, 2022 she cast off this crude matter and returned to luminous being. She died peacefully with her family present; she was 96 years old.

Bea lived an incredibly full life. She traveled across the Atlantic via ship twice before her tenth birthday. She spent her formative years in a tiny village in Czechoslovakia with her mother’s family before returning to the states at the outbreak of World War II, speaking no English. She always said her time in Moravia was what shaped her into the person she was. She was married twice. First, to William Hanley, with whom she had three children, and then to Gene West, with whom she enjoyed her golden years traveling extensively.

It was in her forties that her passion for painting really took off and she spent over fifty years developing her work and becoming a truly masterful porcelain and oil painter. Over the years, her home and the homes of her loved ones were filled with her beautiful pieces. In her later years, Bea also taught classes and cherished the time she was able to share her skills with others.

Bea was engaged in many charities during her life in both California and Oklahoma. She was a member of St. Paul’s episcopal church in Claremore, Oklahoma.

Bea is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Gene West, and by her daughter, Christine Bewley.

She is survived by her sons Philip and Mark Hanley, son-in-law Ralph Bewley, grandchildren Jeff Bewley and Jennifer, Kristen and Hannah Hanley, and two great-grandchildren, Henry and Lucy Bewley.

There will be a service for Bea at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Claremore, Oklahoma on August 20, 2022 at 11 AM.

To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Beatrice M. West please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Memorial Service

AUG 20. 11:00 AM.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

1310 North Sioux Avenue

Claremore, OK 74017

This information is on the following website:

https://www.mmsfuneralhomes.com/obituaries/Beatrice-West-2/#!/Obituary

Lois Higgins

1811 Glendale Road

Sapulpa OK 74066

918-407-6321

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INEZ IN CENTER

INEZ WITH FAMILY

INEZ

Below is the Facebook article Heather, her granddaughter, posted on Inez Herman:


It's not an easy thing to talk about those who have passed. But here is my attempt. My grandmother passed away this past Sunday in her sleep. As many know and some don't, there have been four of us living with and taking care of her for the past few years. Between cancer, dementia and the hardships of life, it was not easy for any of us. But especially not for her. Despite that, in those moments of clarity when she would know who you were, she would always call you her special pet name and say she loved you. Inez was 82 and in her own words, a tough old broad. It hasn't settled in for us as a family. But we know she is with her beloved husband John who most surely told her 'Well it took you long enough. I've been haunting this house for years waiting for you!' Our happiness comes to us in knowing she is no longer in pain and her mind is clear and her heart full.

I'm going to miss you Bama, you and your silly toothless smile and your insistence that I shouldn't wear red lipstick or that Heath needed a haircut. Your silly jokes and our banter will stay with me forever. And I hope it stays with you as well. 


JANIECE WALLER

JANIECE WALLER


OKLAHOMA WORLD ORGANIZATIAON OF CHINA PAINTERS express sympathy to the family of Janeice Waller. Janeice was a member of the Redbud China Painters Club of Chickasha, Oklahoma.

Obituary

Marlow: Julia Janeice Waller, 77, passed away Tuesday, November 24, 2020 in Oklahoma City.

Funeral services will be held at the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Chapel in Marlow with Dr. Rockford Johnson officiating, with burial to follow in the Marlow Cemetery. All arrangements have been entrusted to Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral & Cremation Services in Marlow.

Julia was born Thursday, February 25, 1943 in Marlow, to Raymond L. and Ruby Jewel (Lang) Richey. She grew up in the Marlow area and graduated from Marlow High School with the class of 1961. She married Robert Wayne Short in Marlow on March 1, 1963. He preceded her in death in September of 2002. She later married Donald Wayne Waller in Duncan on July 21, 2010 and they have shared ten wonderful years together. Julia was a creative woman and expressed herself in many different ways. She loved to paint china and was a founding member of the Redbud China Painting Club. She also enjoyed sewing, crocheting, knitting and cooking. She was a faithful member of the Epworth United Methodist Church in Chickasha and was also an active member of the United Methodist Women's organization. She was a woman who loved deeply, enjoyed friends and fellowship and truly loved spending time with her family. She will be deeply missed.

Survivors include, husband, Donald W Waller of Marlow, daughters, Shelly Ann Collins and husband Floyd of Chickasha and Sheryl Dawn McCarty and Travis Newport of Moore, 2 step-sons, Jr. Dale Waller and wife Lea Ann of Comanche and Harold W Waller and wife Julie of Marlow, step-daughter Tonya Chesser and husband Mike of Yukon. In addition to her children, Julia is survived by 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by parents, brother, Kenneth Oliver Richey.

Her pallbearers will be: Charlie Collins, Adam Marchbanks, Junior Waller, Harold Waller, Doyle Unruh and Travis Newport.