Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 Ne 23Rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK


Betty Earlene Strange

11 décembre , 19303 mai , 2019

Betty Earlene Strange born in Enid, OK on December 1930 passed away on Friday, May 3, 2019 surrounded by her family. Earlene was preceded in death by her daughter, Rhonda Ellen Murdoch and parents, Jeanace and Harold Loch. She is survived by daughters, Janice Donati and husband Richard, Susan Stramski and husband Jim; granddaughter, Becky Moore and husband Calvin; great-grandchildren, Allison and Matthew Moore; brother, Ronald Loch and wife Mary; and numerous nieces and nephews. Earlene worked for Hyde Drug Company in the pharmacy for over 30 years until her retirement. She enjoyed her job and her customers. Her greatest joy was her family and friends, her home, and playing her piano. Love you best, Mom. Many thanks to Arbor House of Midwest City and Physicians Choice Hospice.


  • Jeanace Loch, Mother (deceased)
  • Harold Loch, Father (deceased)
  • Rhonda Ellen Murdoch, Daughter (deceased)
  • Janice Donati and husband, Richard, Daughter
  • Susan Stramski and husband, Jim, Daughter
  • Becky Moore and husband, Calvin, Granddaughter
  • Allison and Matthew Moore, Great-Grandchildren
  • Ronald Loch and wife, Mary, Brother


  • Graveside Service vendredi, 10 mai , 2019


Betty Earlene Strange


Pamela Lee(Bogard)

6 mai , 2019

I am so so so sorry Becky... I know that you truly loved your grandmother and deeply missed her dearly. Our deepest condolences sent to you and family. May she rest in heavenly peace.. if you need anything Becky please let me know
Pamela and Family

Melissa Ryan

4 mai , 2019

I grew up living across the street from Earline on 47th. Earline got me my first job at Hyde’s Drug Store. I was so eager to start making my own money. I questioned (pestered) her constantly once I turned 15. I got my worker’s permit at 15.5 years of age only to discover that Hyde’s would not hire those under 16 years of age. Earline comforted me and promised to talk to the manager and recommend me. That she did. I was hired as soon as I turned 16 and worked there for six years. Earline trained me in the pharmacy department first and I later moved departments. Earline was always friendly but sometimes rightfully stern with a tone that matched her red hair.. She would make homemade cookies or other treats and take them over to Mr. and Mrs. Huff’s porch where we would congregate and share them. I am ever so grateful for her kindness and friendship.