OBITUARY

Elizabeth Kaye Crabtree

October 2, 1962January 28, 2019
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Elizabeth Kaye Crabtree passed away at her home on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the age of 56.

Elizabeth is lovingly remembered by her mother, Carole Sue Broughton; her sisters, Jackie Coates, Deborah Crabtree Fedder and Nancy Aber; brother in-laws Joe Coates and Jeremy Aber; nieces and nephews, Kayla and Jackson Coates, Nicholas and Indianna Fedder and Jonathan and Brady Aber; and step mother Barbara Crabtree.

Elizabeth was born in Oklahoma City in 1962. She graduated high school from Oklahoma Christian School and earned a degree in psychology from Oklahoma City University.

Elizabeth enjoyed spending time with her friends, family and her cats. Reminiscing about family stories gave Elizabeth great pleasure. Her family history gave her guidance, laughter and joy. She was a thoughtful, loving and caring daughter, granddaughter, sister and aunt.

Elizabeth had several lifelong friends who she admired greatly and who were a great source of support and guidance. Elizabeth was active in her church where she culminated many friendships. These relationships developed when she was young and lasted her throughout her life. Elizabeth found a sense of belonging and comfort within the community.

She was devoted to her cats Pua and Grace. They provided her companionship and she considered them her children.

Elizabeth’s time in Hawaii held a special place in her heart. Being in Hawaii reflected her true essence and she longed to return there. Being always drawn to the ocean, she also enjoyed traveling to other tropical locations. Gardening was also a pleasurable pastime. She never met a stranger and make a friend where ever she went.

Elizabeth is predeceased by her father, Jack Crabtree; step father, Bill Broughton; uncle, Temple Gayle Thompson; grandparents, Lorraine Thompson and Temple Garret Thompson; beloved friend, Effie Sandford; and grandparents, Dorrit Crabtree and A.J. Crabtree.

Viewing will be Friday, February 1, 2019 from 8 am to 8 pm at Hahn-Cook/ Street & Draper Funeral Home.

The funeral service will be held at Hahn-Cook/ Street & Draper Funeral Home, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 11 am with Elizabeth’s friend and church worker, Jennifer Horton officiating. A luncheon reception will take place immediately following the service at Hahn-Cook/ Street & Draper Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations to honor Elizabeth’s memory may be made to NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness or Central Oklahoma Humane Society (https://donate.nami.org/ElizabethCrabtree).

  • FAMILY

  • Elizabeth is lovingly remembered by her mother, Carole Sue Broughton; her sisters, Jackie Coates, Deborah Crabtree Fedder and Nancy Aber; brother in-laws Joe Coates and Jeremy Aber; nieces and nephews, Kayla and Jackson Coates, Nicholas and Indianna Fedder and Jonathan and Brady Aber; and step mother Barbara Crabtree.

    Elizabeth is predeceased by her father, Jack Crabtree; step father, Bill Broughton; uncle, Temple Gayle Thompson; grandparents, Lorraine Thompson and Temple Garret Thompson; beloved friend, Effie Sandford; and grandparents, Dorrit Crabtree and A.J. Crabtree.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 1, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 2, 2019
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Wendy Ford Mackey

February 2, 2019

So so sorry for your loss.

Troy Splawn

February 1, 2019

I met Elizabeth at our friend, Cloud's Open Spoke Ranch. I loved the sparkle in her eyes and her infectious laughter. This world has lost a wonderful Light. I am saddened at depth of the loss of my friend.

I want her mother and sisters know, Elizabeth touched many people in her Life's Journey. She was generous with her time, money, home and love. Her Touch was Pure Spirit from our Creator. Elizabeth delivered this Spirit with pure Love.

Elizabeth loved her family. She is still with you, and will always be with you.

Suzie Smith

January 31, 2019

To Elizabeth's family - Thinking of you with love and sympathy! I loved Elizabeth's enthusiasm and unpretentiousness! We will miss her! But it is a great comfort to know she is in the hands of a loving God.

Keri Van Dorn

January 30, 2019

Elizabeth was such a sweet, kind person. We graduated high school together in 1981. Much love to all that loved her. Rest in peace ❤️

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Biography

Elizabeth Kaye Crabtree passed away at her home on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the age of 56.

Elizabeth is lovingly remembered by her mother, Carole Sue Broughton; her sisters, Jackie Coates, Deborah Crabtree Fedder and Nancy Aber; brother in-laws Joe Coates and Jeremy Aber; nieces and nephews, Kayla and Jackson Coates, Nicholas and Indianna Fedder and Jonathan and Brady Aber; and step mother Barbara Crabtree.

Elizabeth was born in Oklahoma City in 1962. She graduated high school from Oklahoma Christian School and earned a degree in psychology from Oklahoma City University.

Elizabeth enjoyed spending time with her friends, family and her cats. Reminiscing about family stories gave Elizabeth great pleasure. Her family history gave her guidance, laughter and joy. She was a thoughtful, loving and caring daughter, granddaughter, sister and aunt.

Elizabeth had several lifelong friends who she admired greatly and who were a great source of support and guidance. Elizabeth was active in her church where she culminated many friendships. These relationships developed when she was young and lasted her throughout her life. Elizabeth found a sense of belonging and comfort within the community.

She was devoted to her cats Pua and Grace. They provided her companionship and she considered them her children.

Elizabeth’s time in Hawaii held a special place in her heart. Being in Hawaii reflected her true essence and she longed to return there. Being always drawn to the ocean, she also enjoyed traveling to other tropical locations. Gardening was also a pleasurable pastime. She never met a stranger and make a friend where ever she went.

Elizabeth is predeceased by her father, Jack Crabtree; step father, Bill Broughton; uncle, Temple Gayle Thompson; grandparents, Lorraine Thompson and Temple Garret Thompson; beloved friend, Effie Sandford; and grandparents, Dorrit Crabtree and A.J. Crabtree.

In lieu of flowers, donations to honor Elizabeth’s memory may be made to NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness or Central Oklahoma Humane Society (https://donate.nami.org/ElizabethCrabtree).