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Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 NE 23Rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

Donna M. Roller

April 26, 1939June 3, 2019

Donna Marie Roller, 80 year-old resident of Choctaw, Oklahoma, passed away on June 3, 2019 in Harrah, Oklahoma. Born April 26, 1939 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, she was the daughter of William Albert Carpenter and Martha Lee Francis (Ivie) Carpenter. Donna was a longtime administrator working at a Tag Agency. She loved gardening, mowing the yard, baking, cooking, watching wildlife, knitting, sewing, and riding motorcycles. On June 13, 1959 she married the love of her life, Fred Roller. Preceding her in death were her parents, Martha Carpenter and William A. Carpenter. Survivors include her husband, Fred Roller, one son, Fred and his wife Jill Roller, II, one daughter, Kay Roller, one sister, Kay and her husband John Scholer of Merritt Island, Florida, one brother, Bill and his wife Mary of Merritt Island, Florida, and a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 7, 2019 at Bill Eisenhour Northeast Chapel, 8805 NE 23rd St., OKC, OK 73141 with burial to follow in Arlington Memory Gardens.

  • FAMILY

  • Martha Lee Francis Carpenter, Mother
  • William Albert Carpenter, Father
  • Fred Roller, Husband
  • Fred II and Jill Roller, Son
  • Kay Roller, Daughter
  • Kay Scholer and husband, John, Sister
  • Bill Carpenter and wife, Mary, Brother
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Randy Gentry, Pallbearer
  • Steve Dearing, Pallbearer
  • Stan Malaske, Pallbearer
  • Pat Saxton, Pallbearer
  • Ron Milburn, Pallbearer
  • Jarred Mize, Pallbearer

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, June 7, 2019

Memories

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Kay Carpenter Scholer

June 6, 2019

Dear sister,
Together on life’s journey we have traveled...you and me sharing all the joys of life keeping each other company even if it was just on the phone sharing lots of happy times and sometimes sharing tears.
Always leaning on each other together through the years.
No matter where life leads us dear sister, know it is time.
It has been a joy to travel down the road of life with you.
When God made us sister,s, he wove the fabric of our lives together. So we share each other’s happiness and help each other grow. He made us kindred spirits and lifetime friends.
He gave us hearts that hear each other before a word is spoken and arms that hold each other through all of life’s ups and downs.
When God made us sisters, he wove the fabric of our lives together.
And as we watch the years go by we will know beyond a shadow of a doubt, the gift of a special sister is a treasure beyond compare.
I will hear you and love you from here and beyond.
Love your little sis forever.

Gary DeGroot

June 6, 2019

I was so sorry to hear of Donna's passing. I was a classmate of Fred and Donna at Harrah high school I have known them for many years and have always thought they made a beautiful couple. I am so sorry for her family, as I know that this is a very grievous loss as Donna must have always been a bright spot in their family. My heart goes out to Fred now as he must travel down this lonesome road, I pray that he may find healing for such a trip. Please note that both Fred and the rest of his family shall be in my prayers that they may find peace in this time of sorrow Gary DeGroot.

Susan Wilkins Taylor

June 5, 2019

Aunt Donna was always such a delight and a comforter when we would talk. She always made me laugh and was always there if I needed someone to listen. I am praying for peace and comfort for the family through this difficult time. I'm sorry I can't be there to say my final goodbyes but I will be there is spirit.
Love you bunches!!
Susan

Paula Ramsey

June 4, 2019

Donna always seemed to me as another Mother she was always so sweet and I remember coming home with Kay and she would always have some kind of snack for us. My favorite were her fresh fried pies they were so good.

She was also a partner in crime because she and Kay would come pick me up at the football game so I could get out of the pep club. Kay and I would hang out and they would take me back so my Mom could pick me up and she didn’t know what we had done.

I have so many wonderful memories of both Donna and Fred, as I spent a lot of time spending the nights and coming there after school

Donna, I love you and say hi to my Mom when you see her

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY