Kathy Uzene Lane
October 14, 1957 – April 2, 2021
Kathy Uzene Lane went to her eternal home on April 2, 2021 in Shawnee, Oklahoma. She was born October 14, 1957 in La Mesa, California to James Herbert and Betty Lou (Nelson) Cox. She graduated from Shawnee High School and attended Seminole Junior College.
Kathy was a very caring person with a huge heart. She was always worried about everyone else and often went without, so others could have what they needed. She loved to spend time with her family and was proud to become a grandma. Kathy’s favorite vacation was getting to spend time at Eufala Lake with family.
Other pass times she had were playing video games, especially Farmville, and farkle. Through Farmville she connected with many people all over the world who will miss her greatly.
She was a member of Church of Christ and loved the Lord. Kathy loved unconditionally and her love was always over flowing.
She is preceded in death by her parents James and Betty Cox; sister Debbie Warner; niece Erica Ruelle; nephew Eric Hall; and former spouse Larry Lane.
She is survived by daughters Kara Lane, Natalie Lane and husband Josh Fowler, and Andrea Norris and husband Roy; sisters Cindy Hall and husband Harold, and Jamie Wesland; brother James Cox and wife Sonya; brother-in-law Jerry Warner; grandchildren Dylan Lane, Wesley Alldredge, Hunter Deatherage, Kayleigh Deatherage, Bailey Lane, Gabe Crownover, and Haden Gandy; great grandchildren Chloe Lane, Guinevere Lane, Daisy Lane, Georgia Lane, and Viola Lane; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Viewing will be held before the funeral service which begins at 10AM on April 10, 2021.
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Kathy Uzene Lane
April 9, 2021
Just wanted to send condolences. May the peace of our Father be with your family in this time of sorrow. Be strong in knowing that Kathy is alive in Jesus and will be with you forever.
April 5, 2021
It’s so hard to imagine you not here... you have always been our number one fan and have loved us unconditionally and you have shown me how to love unconditionally. I know on April 2nd you celebrated in heaven with all the loved ones that have passed before us.... and I know one day you will be there to welcome me home. So until then mom please don’t bicker to much with our dad and know I will always love and remember you and when I see a red bird near I will know that you are thinking of me.... I pray I have and will continue to make you proud!
Love always your baby girl,