Memorial Park Funeral Home & Cemetery

13313 North Kelley, Oklahoma City, OK


Joan Ewell

October 31, 1930June 5, 2020
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Joan Ewell was born on October 31, 1930 in Marland, Oklahoma and passed away on June 5, 2020 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Joan is survived by her husband of 70 years, Clinton Lewis Ewell, currently at the Norman Veteran's Center, Norman, OK; sister, Maudine Collyar of Daphne, Alabama; three daughters: Cynthia and husband Dale Richardson of Noble, OK, Jennifer Weeden of Blackwell, OK, and Deborah Wilson of Oklahoma City, OK; five grandchildren: Amanda Wilson of Oklahoma City, OK, Nicole Hale of Moore, OK, Ethan Waggoner of Noble, OK, and Rebekah husband Jason Wimer and Rachel husband Kurtis Kirk of Ponca City, OK; and five great-grandchildren: Karsyn and Kaleigh Hale, Caitlin and Scarlett Wimer, and Brittan Kirk.


Joan Ewell

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Jan "Witten" King

June 9, 2020

My relationship with Joan began in about 1966. That is when I began to hang out with Deborah, Jenny, and Cindy at the Ewell home. Joan was patient, tolerant, and inclusive to me. I was included in family excursions, vacations and family get gatherings as well as Christmases birthdays, weddings and funerals. She said "I was just another one of her girls". (which meant I also got in trouble) I thank God for Joan. Without her the best memories of my childhood and growing up would not exist. I had a whole another family, including aunts uncles, cousins and Granny. I also had another Mom. After we all grew up we remained close. And now I have lost another Mom. I will always cherish her memory, her laugh always those great times.
Love Always, Janny

Renee Poe

June 9, 2020

With my deepest sympathies to my cousins and Uncle Lewis. Even though I haven’t seen her in years, I always talk about her to my kids about what an awesome cook she was, and that she made sweet tea that was out of this world! I remember when I would spend the night at her house, she would be up for hours cleaning and messing around the house, and then head to her job at the bank! I remember she would come home on her lunch hour and bring us orange Julius and made sandwiches with her home made Bologna spread! She was a super Aunt. I have never forgotten her and never will. Love you guys more than you know and miss all of you. May God heal your broken hearts. ❤️✝️🙏🏼
Love Renee