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Phyllis Landrum lived enough to fill several lifetimes and loved enough to make it last forever. She was an intelligent and talented wife, a protective mother, loving grandmother, doting great-grandmother-in-chief, and fierce friend. Her family loves her in the same way she loves them, proudly and without end.
She was born in Perry, Oklahoma on October 22, 1930. She married Jack H. Landrum, with whom she co-created an adventuresome life of entrepreneurship, ranching, and family.
In retirement, she lived in Shawnee, Oklahoma, where she loved to entertain family and continue her oversight of Red Mound Ranch, a nationally-renown cattle operation she managed with Jack prior to his passing.
In her community, she was adored by many and respected by all. Among her many legacies are her industrious spirit, sharp wit, and the virtuous loyalty. Her most valuable legacy, however, is the powerful love she and Jack shared. They were stronger together, and so they are both stronger now that she has rejoined him.
Phyllis passed from this life on March 31, 2020. She leaves behind her three children: Tony Landrum, Ron Landrum and his wife, Devonna, Kim Porter and her husband, Ross; her four grandchildren, Carla Landrum, Thomas H. Landrum and his husband, Ma Cong, Jacquelyn Porter, and Austin Porter; and two great- grandchildren, Thomson Ma Landrum and Mason Ma Landrum. Also is her sister-in-law, Doreatha Lowery, with whom she shared a beautiful friendship.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you send a written memory of Phyllis to the Walker Funeral Home at 201 East 45th Street Shawnee, Oklahoma 74804. Tele. (405) 273-4700. Website firstname.lastname@example.org , and monetary donations may be sent to Shawnee Meals On Wheels at 401 North Bell Shawnee , Oklahoma 74801 Tele. (405) 275-7910.
A memorial is planned for her upcoming birthday in October of 2020. Details to be mailed directly and upon request.
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