OBITUARY

Arlene Chambers

February 10, 1959April 11, 2019
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Graveside services for Arlene Chambers will be held on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Caney Cemetery with Brother Luther Taylor officiating. Online condolences for Arlene’s family may be left at www.reedculver.com

Honorary Pallbearers for Arlene include Mitch Parnell, Ethan Chambers, Brad Jennings, David Jennings, Jakob Moore, Darreld “Boo” Jennings, Tracy Eaton, and Patrick Eaton. Arlene Chambers was born on Tuesday, February 10th, 1959 in Fort Worth, TX, the daughter of Mige Leonard and Elnor Jassadean (Evans) Brackett. She grew up with one brother and four sisters, Michael, Patricia, Kathy, Donna, and Nancy. At an early age, she could be found out skating with her friends, riding motorcycles or jumping on the trampoline. She was always a quiet and easy going kid who never got in any trouble. However, everyone knew if you made her mad, you better run. Almost every weekend, she would visit the zoo with her family. That love of animals never went away and you could see it in the way she cared for her dog Rex. Once she had a family of her own, vacations became a tradition she would carry on and make her own. One of her biggest accomplishments in life was her trip to Hawaii, where she climbed the Diamond-Head Volcano. Family continued to be the most important part of her life always putting them first, never taking them for granted, and always making time to lend a helping hand. If ever needed, you could depend on Arlene to defend the ones she loved at all cost. The absolute greatest joy came from her children, and watching Tyler race on the weekend. On her down time, she could be found watching ghost hunting shows like the latest episode of Forged in Fire; she was fascinated with the paranormal. Raised a city girl, she followed her husband Dwayne and moved to the country, which became her second love, making the city life a distant memory. A relaxing day, hunting wild onions, crocheting, or simply going camping was time well spent. She was spunky, kind hearted and brought joy to many others. On Thursday, April 11th, 2019, at the age of 60, she passed from this life to join her precious family in Heaven.

She is preceded in death by her mother, daughter, Dana Brackett, sisters, Patricia Brackett Uetrecht, Kathy Brackett, and Donna Brackett.

Those left to cherish her memories are her husband, Donald Dwayne Chambers, father Mige Brackett, son, Tyler Chambers of Welling, OK, daughter, Jessica Moore and husband Brian of Moore, OK, brother, Michael Brackett and wife Brenda of Joshua, TX, sister, Nancy Eaton and husband Kenny of Bowie, TX, along with her grandchildren Jakob and BrieAnn Moore of Moore, OK, as well as, a host of friends and loved ones.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mitch Parnell, Honorary
  • Ethan Chambers, Honorary
  • Brad Jennings, Honorary
  • David Jennings, Honorary
  • Jakob Moore, Honorary
  • Darreld “Boo” Jennings, Honorary
  • Tracy Eaton, Honorary
  • Patrick Eaton, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Monday, April 15, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, April 16, 2019
REMEMBERING

Arlene Chambers

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