OBITUARY

Barbara Priddy

July 29, 1958March 12, 2019

Barbara Ann Priddy of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma passed away on March 12 after a lengthy illness. She was born on July 29, 1958 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the daughter of Charles and Katherine Priddy. Barbara graduated from Putnam City West High School in 1977. She received her Bachelors and Masters degree in Special Education from Central State University. She taught special education at Filmore Elementary in Oklahoma City for 34 years and retired from teaching in 2017. She is survived by her brothers, David and wife Nancy of Edmond, OK; John and wife Tracey of Tulsa, OK; and four nieces and nephews: Corbin Priddy Cordis and husband Michael of Guthrie, OK; Carson Priddy Ladner and husband Robert of Aransas Pass, TX; Cole Priddy of Ft. Worth, TX. and Ryan Priddy of Tulsa, OK.

Services

13 April

Celebration of Life

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

REMEMBERING

Barbara Priddy

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Freda Henderson

March 20, 2019

Barbara was a warm and kind person. I was honored to work with her at Fillmore Elementary School for 5 years. She taught me a lot about kids. She was a wonderful teacher that went above and beyond to do for her students. I don't think there was a a kid that she didn't understand. I loved Barbara! I will miss her greatly!

Melita Bowman

March 18, 2019

Barb was a mentor, a soundboard, and an inspiration. She never let her troubles steal her smile even on the days I know were tough. She was always willing to help and her generous spirit and kind nature will be thoroughly missed. Fly with the Angels.

Marcia Frank

March 15, 2019

Barb was a sweetheart. Even as she fought her health battles she continued to teach and advocate for her kids. Even when you knew she had to give a tremendous effort just to be there, she rarely missed a day. She always had a smile when she came into the library to visit for a minute. Technology was not her friend so she would seek me out for assistance which I gladly gave. She was always so appreciative. She is missed and loved by all at Fillmore.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY