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Margie Mae Stone

August 20, 1926 — April 8, 2022

Margie Mae Stone passed on to be with the Lord, Friday, April 8, 2022, at the age of 95. She was surrounded by her family and her nurse, Patti, from Heartland Hospice. Margie was born August 20, 1926, in Seminole County, Oklahoma, to Frank and Florence (Gregg) Dobbs. She grew up in Asher, Oklahoma, and loved playing basketball for Asher High School. She worked at O. G. Harp’s during World War II preparing canned foods for our soldiers. She later worked at Sylvania in Shawnee where she met her husband, Warren D. Stone. They were married 53 years until his death in 2010. After their marriage, she stayed home to raise her family. She loved to crochet and after Warren passed, she crocheted pillows giving one to anyone who came to the door. She was an avid Thunder basketball fan and watched every televised game. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Warren, sister, Lou Shaw, and brothers, Alvin Gregg and Jack Dobbs. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She is survived by daughters, Donna Parmer and husband Dennis of Shawnee, Tina Voss and husband Gerald of Shawnee; sons, Jan Stone and fiancé Kelly Liddell of Shawnee and Sherman Alsip of Elk City; grandchildren, Jordan (Christine) Parmer, Ryan (Marie) Parmer, Braden (Katrina) Parmer, April Parmer, Brooke (William) Wheeler, Philip (Victoria) Martin II, Mallorie (Aaron) Scott, Whitney (Seth) Berry, Savannah (Kyle) Smith, Wesley (Shelby) Stroud; bonus grandsons, Richard Voss and Kenneth Voss (deceased), 18 great-grandchildren and one very special friend, Freeland Wood. Margie was a member of the Earlsboro Church of Christ. Special thanks to the wonderful nurses (especially Patti and Kim) and staff at the Heartland Hospice. A private funeral service will be held. Viewing is at Walker Funeral & Cremation Service, 201 East 45th in Shawnee.
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