Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 Ne 23Rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK


Esther V. Slack

August 25, 1936August 29, 2019

Esther Virginia Slack, 83, passed away on August 29, 2019 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Born August 25, 1936 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, she was the daughter of George Arnold and Clara (Crowe) Arnold. Esther was a homemaker. She loved working with beads and leather to make beautiful keychains, reading, working jigsaw puzzles, playing Solitaire, and was a bowling fan as she loved to watch Walter bowl. Esther was a collector of all manner of frog figurines and memorabilia. Green was her favorite color. Preceding her in death were her parents, George and Clara Arnold, two brothers, and three sisters. Survivors include her loving husband of many years, Walter Slack, Jr. of the home, one son, Nelson Slack of the home, three daughters, Joyce and her husband Leonard Sparks of Midwest City, OK, Debra Mankin of Nicoma Park, OK, and Sandra Jean and her husband David Alldredge of Oklahoma City, OK, 4 grandchildren, Craig Mankin, Eric Mankin, Sonja Sparks, and Tara Sparks, many nieces and nephews, and her pet cat, “Boyfriend”. Graveside services will be 10:00 AM Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at Arlington Memory Gardens, 3400 N. Midwest Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73141.


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, September 3, 2019
  • Visitation Monday, September 2, 2019


Esther V. Slack

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Sandra Alldredge

August 31, 2019

My beautiful Mother,
I can see her now in the heavens above , her and my Aunt Linn playing cards and eating chocolate bars. Laughing and having a wonderful time.......

Sandra Alldredge

August 31, 2019

My Heart Hurts for missing you,
My Heart is Happy for where you

Sandra Alldredge

August 31, 2019

Every time I smile,
Every time I sigh,
I think of your face,
And a tear escapes my eye.

You were my world,
My inspiration and my heart,
But when you left me,
I thought I would fall apart.

You were my best friend,
My one true confidant,
And that's not all you were.
You were also my mom.

I didn't want to live without you,
But you would have wanted me to,
And if there's anyone I want to make happy,
That anyone is you.

I would have given anything to have you back,
But I know now that it was meant to be,
For you are still watching from up there,
And I know you're watching me.

I'll make you proud, Mom.
I'm going to fulfill your wish.
You're going to see me and smile.
That's my promise to you my dear Mom.