Peggy Ann Ferrell

August 13, 1937December 4, 2020
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Peggy Ann Vaughn Ferrell, 83, was born in Van Zandt County, Texas on August 13, 1937 to Ezra Robert & Edwina Elvira Vaughn. She died on December 4, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Peggy grew up on a farm and developed her love for animals. Peggy had a green thumb and loved her flowers and yard. She also loved music, theater, and was a talented artist.

She attended Federal Business College in Tyler, Texas. After graduation she moved to Tulsa, OK where she was employed as an executive Secretary by Oklahoma Natural Oil and Gas for many years until her retirement. In Tulsa, she met and married Commander Howard Ferrell on May 13, 2006 at the First Baptist Church of Tulsa. In 2011 the couple moved to Edmond, OK. They were members of Crossings Community Church of Oklahoma City and she was a member of the Samuel King DAR of Edmond. Peggy and Howard enjoyed many international trips and especially enjoyed trips to see children and grandchildren. They went to 49 states twice and Alaska once. The mileage on their cars is proof of their many travels.

Mrs. Ferrell is survived by her husband, Howard of Edmond, OK; two sisters, Linda Turner and Nina Chambers of Denison, Texas; niece, Michelle Nichol and her three children: Christian, Cheyanne, & Cody of Witherbee, NY; nephew, Robert White of Wills Point, TX and his two children Marty & Lindsey; three step-children: Karen Young (Ken) of Edmond OK, Shea Ferrell (Robin) of Tulsa OK, Helen Lundeen (Calvin) of Lynchburg, VA; seven grandchildren: Sara Chown (Ben) of Edmond, OK, Michael Young (Carolyn) of Evanston, IL, Ryan Ferrell (Wynter) of Tulsa, OK, Scott Ferrell (Amy) of Myrtle Beach, SC, John Lundeen (Samantha) of Eugene, OR, David Lundeen (Lindsay) of Lawrenceville, GA, and Mary Lundeen of Temple, TX; and eight great-grandchildren: Austin & Emma Chown, Conor, Iain, & Emmet Young, William Ferrell, Claire & Luke Ferrell.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021


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