OBITUARY

Melba Jean Faulkenberry

April 10, 1954February 11, 2017

Melba Jean Faulkenberry, 62, passed away on February 11, 2017 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was born on April 10, 1954 in Ada, Oklahoma to Cecil Sylvester and Melba Lou (Revels) Bolin.

Jean married Harold Dean Faulkenberry on June 22, 1973 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and the two shared 43 years together. Jean looked forward to holiday gatherings at her home, where she would prepare wonderful meals for her family. She enjoyed road trips to Las Vegas and Mississippi, watching Wheel of Fortune and cooking shows. She made the best fried chicken, and during Christmas, the family looked forward to her cranberry salad.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents; and brothers, Rick and Dewayne Bolin. Survivors include her loving husband, Dean; children, Jeffrey Faulkenberry, Kevin Faulkenberry (Jessica) and Shon Faulkenberry (Tina); grandchildren, Cory Faulkenberry, Kaydence Snow and Autumn Lee.

She will be buried at Arlington Memory Gardens, Midwest City, Oklahoma.

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Tina Elaine

May 14, 2017

Hey women its me...Happy Mothers Day!
I Love and miss you so much..everyday.

Fairy Grider

February 13, 2017

Hello, Mr. Faulkenberry and family my name is Fairy Grider and Angela (King) Grider is my Daughter n law. She is the one who let us know about the loss of your wife and mother and on behalf of myself and husband Chris we would like to extend our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to you and your entire family and to the King family as well during this most difficult and painful time. I pray for Gods peace and strength over you all and may all your loving memories of Mrs. Faulkenberry sustain you.

Becky Tokar

February 13, 2017

My Cousin Jean. I will miss all of your silliness that made me laugh and smile and I will never eat cinnamon toast without thinking of you. Fly high cousin and enjoy your new home.

Angela King Grider

February 13, 2017

Jean will be missed and always loved.

Becky Tokar

February 13, 2017

My Cousin Jean. I will miss you and all of your silliness and will never have cinnamon toast without thinking of you and smiling. Fly high and enjoy your new home.

Leslie Revels

February 13, 2017

She is a beloved cousin full of love kindness full of family values will be missed in my heart I love you cuz you are now with god and family I know how you missed Rick now you can walk with Jesus and your family I will always remember you will always miss you I will see you again this is not goodbye

Ronna Revels/Clark

February 12, 2017

Jean was always part of my family, she was my niece as much as her Uncle Raymonds. She was always the one to make you laugh, and I loved her laugh. She was a great Mother to her boys and grandchildren. I will miss her so much, but now she is finally home with her Mom and Dad, Ricky lynn and Dewayne..and so many of the rest of the families that has gone on before her, I bet they all met her at the pearly gate, singing and dancing and God is holding her tight...love you Jean. Aunt Ronna

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY