OBITUARY

Lucille Clara Cochran

June 14, 1930May 2, 2021

Lucille Clara Cochran, 90, affectionately known as Granny, passed away on May 2nd, 2021. She was born on Flag Day, June 14th, 1930. She graduated from Okeene High School. Lucille married her husband, Donald, in May of 1950, for 59 years before his passing. She worked as a nurse for over 40 years for Dr. Deupree and Dr. Coley. Lucille enjoyed gardening, reading, Sudoku puzzles, shopping at Kohl’s, and watching Thunder basketball. She loved spending time with her family and going to Mass with friends.

Lucille was preceded in death by her husband, parents, 2 sisters, 1 brother, and daughter-in-law, Lisa. She is survived by her brother, Bert; her children: Cindy (Bob), Sandy (Ken), Donnie, Candy (Scott); her grandchildren: Trey (Kimbra), Sarah (Justin), Bradley (Brittaney), Hannah (Dillon), Matthew (BJ), Libby, and Haley; her great grandkids: Jacob, Jack, Jace, Talon, Juliet, Cameran, Chloe, Brody, and baby boy Cochran due in July; her dog, Abby; and many other loving family members.

Visitation will be at Chapel Hill on Friday, May 7 from 4 pm - 7 pm. A service to celebrate Lucille’s life will be 11 am, May 8 at Chapel Hill Funeral Home with committal service following at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Those who would like to join via https://www.facebook.com/627900400703935

Mrs. Cochran's Funeral Service: https://www.facebook.com/627900400703935/videos/1510923682572995

Mrs. Cochran's Committal Service: https://www.facebook.com/627900400703935/videos/849930068933105

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Dillon Barnes
  • Brad Cochran
  • Trey Cochran
  • Justin Haub
  • Daria Butler
  • David Stokesberry
  • Matthew Luschen
  • BJ Phillips
  • John Spivey
  • Charley Plowman

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

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  • Committal Service

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

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Patty Copeland

May 8, 2021

Lucille, was a second mother to me. She will be missed.

Connie Dunavin

May 6, 2021

You only had to meet Lucille once to know who she was at heart. For a time in the 70’s she would call to invite me to Tenkiller Lake for dinner with she and Donald. She was kind & gracious, spending the afternoon in OKC with my mom while I was at St. Anthony’s considering a career in Nursing.
My mom also had Donnie and several of his friends to our home in Tahlequah for a meal or two.
As 17 yr olds, weekends at the lake could be a bit loud ~ Lucille, in OKC, would receive a call, a report (or complaint) on ‘the kids & the noise!’ ...She knew we were just having fun; she was cool like that, she was real. I’ve never forgotten her, or my first Scotch & Water! So I can only imagine the loss felt by family & friends with her passing. She made an impact from the moment she met you.
My mother and I send our deepest sympathy to her children and family.

Kelly Spear (Marley)

May 6, 2021

Growing up as Haley’s best friend and an “extra kid” to the Cochran family, I had the honor of getting to know Lucille well! My favorite times with her were the days she picked Haley and I up from school, brought us home to cook us taquitos or pizza rolls. On summer days, she would set up everything we needed for a pool party! We loved running around her house with the new puppies, being hired for our first job by her to vacuum once a week, and spending our days playing in her yard. She was “granny” to me as well and I am blessed to have the memories I have with her. She influenced so many 🤍

Terry Marley

May 6, 2021

I will always remember, for several years, meeting Lucille at Rollingwood Elementary to pick up the girls (my daughter, Kelly, and her granddaughter, Haley) after school. The girls were (and still are) best friends and I became so fond of Lucille and her smile. We had a friendly rivalry about who would bring the best after school snacks; believe me, there was a lot of pressure to match Lucille's yummy treats. She was the kindest, wittiest and fun person to be around. I have always cherished those days and will remember her always. Love Terry

Dale Knowles

May 4, 2021

I always remember the last day of school parties we had in the back yard at Granny’s. She was a delightful hostess and always had a smile for everyone. She will be missed.

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