Lois F. Kauble

December 5, 1919November 16, 2018

Our beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt, Lois F. Kauble, went home to glory on November 16th, 2018. She is reunited with her husband, Delbert J. Kauble, her mother and dad, and two of her sisters, Alice Bolt, and Ida Mae Luttrell, who preceded her in death She was a wonderful role model, and she loved her family deeply. She was sweet, kind and loving, and she will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to know her. Her faith was strong, she loved Jesus, and she made sure all around her heard the message about Him!

Lois was a true “Okie from Muskogee”. She was delivered into the world by Dr. Oscar Klass at Muskogee General Hospital, and so were her two children. She loved Oklahoma and lived there most of her life. She met her husband, D.J., when they both worked at the USDA in Stillwater, Oklahoma. They married in 1941. They moved to Oklahoma City in 1958, and she began a career with the FAA. After they retired, they moved back to D.J.’s hometown of Warner, Oklahoma.

D.J. died in 1984 and Lois stayed in Warner until she became a Texan in 1999, when she moved to Bedford, TX, to be close to family. She loved her new home in the Villas of Bedford. She was a member of Woodland Heights Baptist Church in Bedford and cherished her friends in the ladies Sunday School class.

Lois didn’t quite make her goal of living to be 100. She passed away just days before her 99th birthday. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Liz Kauble, daughter and son-in-law, Kay and George Overby, granddaughters, Shelley Talbot, Jamie Dana (Martin), Monica Yelton (Brian), Melissa Overby and Marnie Pape (Chris), her grandson, Jason Overby (Michelle), and thirteen great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother, Perry Barnhart, and her sister, Barbara Jensen, and many nieces and nephews.

She will be buried with her husband in Fort Gibson National Cemetery in Oklahoma on December 14, 2018.


  • Graveside Service Friday, December 14, 2018

Lois F. Kauble

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