Lois Noble Murdock
May 11, 1930 – July 13, 2019
Lois B. (Noble) Ridgway Murdock, daughter of the late William H. and Nellie M. (Ely) Noble passed away on July 13, 2019 in Tyler, Texas. She was born and raised in the Cheyenne Valley, Oklahoma area. On May 17, 1947 she was united in marriage to James L. Ridgway in Alva, Oklahoma where they made their home. Lois worked for Frank Houts as a secretary and at the Woods County Clerks Office. She was a member of the Alva Friends Church and the Alva Chapter of Eastern Star. After going to college at NWOSU she recieved her teaching degree where she taught in Roswell, New Mexico and Ft. Supply, Oklahoma. Later she married Robert Murdock and lived in Tuscon, Arizona for a short time before moving to Flint, Texas where they lived on Lake Palestine. After Robert passed away she moved back to Northwest Oklahoma to farm and ranch. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert, four brothers, William Noble, Allen Noble, Boyd Noble and James Noble; four sisters, Mary Violet Noble, Grace Stambaugh, Rosalie Brakey and Mildred Thompson. Lois is survived by one brother, Charlie Noble of Yale, Oklahoma; two daughters, Sherry L. Ramy and husband Tom of Alva, Oklahoma, Patricia M. Creasy of Tyler, Texas; four grandchildren, Derrick L. Walcott and wife Terri of Alva, Oklahoma, Kama M. Walcott and Shawna Dungan of Aline, Oklahoma, Cash R. Creasy and wife Meranda of Tyler, Texas, James Scott Creasy and wife Mimi of Tenaha, Texas; seven great-grandchildren, Samantha Kiplinger and husband Brandon and Kadee L. Walcott of Alva, Oklahoma, Blaine, Makaela and Hayden Dungan of Aline, Oklahoma, Kye and Kipp Creasy of Tyler, Texas, Case, Caleb and Cole Creasy of Tenaha, Texas and other relatives and friends. Interment will be private at a later date.
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Lois Noble Murdock
July 16, 2019
so sad for the loss of your Mother, and that I lost contact with her and you. Mickey died in 2007 .Lois was such a important part of LAKEWOOD CHURCH...She came to our firt service because she was afraid no one would come and she did not ever go back to her old church. She was a active member and loved by all the people of Lakewood Church. We are still using the organ she donated to the church. I loved and appreciated her very much...Patty I wish you would call me and let me know about her final days...I still have the same number. I know she is now happy in heaven
Love and prayer for all your family...Charline