OBITUARY

Joy Lou Warren

September 18, 1947November 28, 2018

Joy Lou Warren, 71, of Norman passed away on November 28, 2018 in Oklahoma City.

She was born September 18,1947 in Norman to Jim Boss and Lovie Bennett. On October 9, 1980 in Noble she married Allyn Warren.

Joy had a big heart and was very caring. She loved to spend time outside; gardening and working in the yard. She enjoyed baking and traveling but above all she loved her family especially her grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband Allyn of 38 years; children: Geneva Jacobs of Norman, Lezli (Matt) Cox of Norman, Jay (Gala) Jacobs of Choctaw, Darin (Lindsey) Jacobs of Choctaw; grandchildren: Shyann Jacobs, Brayden Hartman, Rylee Jacobs, Raelyn Cox, Matthew (Katera) Cox, Baylea Jacobs, Sage Jacobs, Zachary Jacobs, Coy Jacobs and Katee (Ryan) South; siblings: Doug (Linda) Bennett, Linda (Walter) Jagers, Betty (Walt) Johnson, Phyllis (Raford) Richmond, Thomas (Susan) Bennett; as well as many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers: Ronald and Robert Bennett.

A celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday December 8th, 2018 at Faith Abundant Worship Center, 14401 E. Cedar Ln., Norman, OK.

Arrangements entrusted to Primrose Funeral Service, Norman, OK. Sign the online guestbook at www.primrosefuneralservice.com

Services

15 December

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Faith Abundant Worship Center

14401 E. Cedar Ln
Norman, Oklahoma

REMEMBERING

Joy Lou Warren

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Bonnie Warren

December 5, 2018

Joy you were my best friend and I will always love and miss you very much.

Lafonda Johnson Spatola

December 3, 2018

A battle hard fought, and the job well done.
I will miss you, Aunt Joy.
Goodnight, I’ll see you in the land of love.

Raelyn Cox

December 2, 2018

Being her first grand baby, we always had a very special bond. She has always been here for me, literally through everything in my life. From the very difficult times to the most joyous times! She always told me how proud of me she was and I am extremely proud of her too.. she fought like a champion until the end and for that I will always admire her. I love you Meme and will always cherish every moment I had with you. I miss you so much already and will miss you forever! Rest Peacefully until I see you again! ❤️

Katherine Thompson

December 2, 2018

Joy was loving and caring person she always put everyone first and then herself I'm going to miss my sweet cousin so much I would any thing to have her back

Ray Richmond

December 1, 2018

Joy was never just an aunt, she was always a great friend that always supported us no matter what we did! She was never afraid to set us back on the right track! I love this woman for her heart that never stopped loving!

Allyn Warren

December 1, 2018

She Was The Love Of My Life And I Will Truely Miss Her. Will Alway's Love You.

FROM THE FAMILY