Marie Y. Chase
July 19, 1928 – March 12, 2019
Marie Yvette Chase, 90 year-old resident of Edmond, Oklahoma, passed away March 12, 2019 in Edmond, Oklahoma. Born July 19, 1928 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of Alphonse Joseph O. Valois and Marie Rosa Blanche (Gagnon) Valois. Marie was a longtime Midwest City, Oklahoma resident. She was a great pastry chef working for the Midwest City School system for many years. Marie loved sewing, quilting, and especially gardening both vegetables and flowers. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, Eldon; one son, Eldon Chase; one daughter, Nancy Bryan; and five siblings. Survivors include five children, John Michael Chase of Cody, Wyoming; Donna and her husband Duke Dotson of New Braunfels, TX; Sally and her husband David Van Auken of Cody, Wyoming; Debra and her husband Fred Schwartz of California; and Susan Chase of Wellston, Oklahoma; 9 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; one brother, John Paul Valois of Springfield, MA; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, March 18, 2019 at Bill Eisenhour Northeast Chapel, 8805 NE 23rd St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73141 with burial to follow in Arlington Memory Gardens, Midwest City, Oklahoma.
- Devin Dotson, Active Pallbearer
- Chris Chase, Active Pallbearer
- Darren Dotson, Active Pallbearer
- Funeral Service Monday, March 18, 2019
- Visitation Sunday, March 17, 2019
Marie Y. Chase
J. Paul Valois
March 16, 2019
Marie always called me her little brother. all though she lived in Oklahoma & I live in Massachusetts we kept in contact by phone, each call lasted at least an hour or more with lots of stories and laughing . Marie was blessed with a wonderful family who were always there if needed. I tried to visit her as often as I could and it was always a joy to be there we had a lot of good times together.
It was always fun when one of her daughters or son was there at the same time that I was. I could go on with some stories but I would need a couple more pages so I will only tell a couple.
We would get up in the morning make the coffee then go out on the deck in our PJ's and sit and talk and laugh until the coffee was gone. Another time on one of my last visits we went grocery shopping
we got to the store and she was on one side of the grocery cart and I was on the other holding on for support we were about half way down the isle and I suddenly stopped she looks at me and said what's wrong I replied "Don't we make a cute couple" we both busted out laughing and kept laughing we really got some funny looks from other shoppers we laughed about that all the rest of the day.
Marie was a loving person who always put her family first. I will miss her very much.