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Baggerley Funeral Home

930 South Broadway, Edmond, OK

OBITUARY

Faye Dorine Newsom

April 14, 1927October 5, 2019
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Faye Dorine Newsom was born on April 14, 1927 in Claremore, Oklahoma and passed away on October 5, 2019 in Edmond, Oklahoma.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Buddy Wayne Newsom
  • Tommy Leon Newsom
  • Danny Ray Fillmore
  • Timothy Wayne Newsom
  • Joshua Lee Newsom
  • Jacob Perry Newsom
  • Philip Ray Newsom
  • Danny Bustamante
  • Samuel Gregory Fillmore, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Vincent Henley Fillmore, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Wade Brannon Howle, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Memories

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Adahlia Fillmore

October 8, 2019

I was taking care of great gramma one day not so long ago and she was being really feisty. She was trying to do some laundry, picking thru her many beloved Danielle Steele movies, and just staying really busy in general. I couldn't hardly keep up with her!!! I went into the kitchen for a second and the next thing I saw was her hands positioning themselves on each side of the door jam in the hallway and she pulled back and shot herself down the hall in her wheelchair! She sailed all the way to the end wall. I went running after her but she was already gone! Like a flash! She acted like it was just another day, another trip to the bathroom. No big deal!

Danny Fillmore

October 8, 2019

One of my most recent memories of Grandma occurred this last 4th of July at our lake place at Arbuckle. Mom, Grandma, Sam, and Adahlia came down to Cedar Blue for the day. At Cedar Blue they have a Golf Cart Parade around the entire camp ground and we all pitched in to decorate our golf cart for the parade. Grandma told me she had never been in a parade before and seemed very excited for her big chance. I handed her a bicycle horn to use in the parade and with her ornery smile she proceeded to honk that horn immediately upon receiving it. She said she “had to practice”. She dawned her silly Uncle Sam style hat that we gave her and with child like enthusiasm proceeded to honk that horn a lot. And I mean A LOT. She honked it on the way to get in line for the parade. She honked it while they waited in line for the parade to start. I was worried she would be all honked out by the time the parade got going. I was wrong. She was a warrior samurai with that weapon of sound. She would not be denied. You knew she was coming well before you saw her and she was all smiles when you did. It was a lot of fun that day and after a full day of fun, family, food, and fireworks, I’m sure she slept like a baby. I know I did.

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