Yvonna Reed

Yvonna Joybelle Reed (Rice)

Monday August 23, 1937 - Monday November 16, 2020
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Duncan: Yvonna Joybelle Reed, 83, passed away Monday, November 16, 2020 in Duncan.

Funeral services will be held Friday, November 20, 2020 at Callaway-Smith-Cobb Chapel in Marlow with Rev. Fred Bailey officiating. Burial will be in the Erin Springs Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services of Marlow.

Yvonna was born in Foster, OK on August 23, 1937 to Timothy T. and Mabel (Hafer) Rice.

Yvonna Reed (Von) graduated from Chickasha High School in 1955 and remained friends with several classmates all of her life. She worked as a receptionist at the Holiday Inn in Chickasha and Sentry Manufacturing also in Chickasha. She was also a homemaker and seamstress and loved to sew and make crafts and was a member of crafting clubs in Duncan and Lawton for over 20 years. She attended all the area craft shows and county fairs selling her hand sewn items from dresses and tea towels to raggedy Ann and Andy’s. If she saw something, she could whip it right up, even without a pattern.

First and foremost, Yvonna was a devoted Christian and follower of Jesus Christ. She played the piano and accordion and also loved to sing. Her greatest joy was to share her love of music in church, revivals and Chisholm Trail Assisted Living where she was living. During the covid crises, no one could hold church for the residents, so Yvonna would have a song list in hand and every Sunday would go early to lunch to play the piano and sing hymns. She did this up to the Sunday before she passed away.

Yvonna shared the same love for music as a pianist and vocalist and that passion for music transferred to her children and many others as well. Jonathan is a drummer and plays for multiple church services weekly. Its true to say Yvonna’s musical passion will continue to live on through her family and memories shared with friends too.

Yvonna loved all of her grandchildren, she always had pictures to show everyone. She remembered every birthday and was faithful to send cards for all occasions.

Yvonna is going to be deeply missed by all who knew her.

The family would like to thank Dr. Waters and staff, The Chisholm Trail Assisted Living, Allure Home Health, Duncan Wound Care, Duncan Regional Hospital, The Beautiful Day Foundation, and countless friends who have helped Yvonna live the best quality of life with all the health issues she courageously fought. May the Blessings of the Lord be with each of you.

Survivors include, son, Jonathan Hagen and wife Linda of Corinth, TX, daughter, Rebekah Williams of Sulphur, brother, Ben Rice of Sulphur, granddaughter, Alisha Whitten, grandson, Tommy Winnant, grandson, Joshua Hagen, granddaughter, Sara Hagen, granddaughter, Amanda Williams, grandson, Jeremiah Williams, daughters of 30 years, Mary Frankenberg and husband Don of Lindsay, Carol Miller of Moore, OK,special niece, Lisa Johnson.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Marvin Rice, and sisters Bonnie Banks and Joan Johnson.

Pallbearers will be Tandy Banks, Jeramiah Williams, Joshua Hagen, and Beck Johnson,Brandon Floyd, Lane Johnson

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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday November 20, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Friday November 20, 2020 1:00pm
    Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home
    415 W. Main, PO Box 349
    Marlow, OK 73055
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  • Interment

    Erin Springs Cemetery
    Address not given


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Sherry L Price

Posted at 05:03pm
My sincerest sympathies and prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time. When my mother-in-law moved into Chisholm Trail 1-1/2 years ago Von was the first person I saw and I knew I recognized her. As she shared with me who she was, where she lived prior to Chisholm Trail (I grew up less than 1/2 a mile away), and who one of her dearest friends was (my Aunt) we realized the things we had in common. We became good friends and shared many wonderful visits when I stopped by Chisholm Trail. She was a sweet, sweet lady with a beautiful spirit, and wonderful talents. I felt like I wasn't just talking to a friend - but also a beloved family member. I will cherish those memories of our visits together. She will truly be missed.

Vickie Douglas

Posted at 08:41pm
I had a lot of great time talking with Von. She was a special lady. She loved the lord and loved playing her accordion. I loved taking her to revivals. She loved going to church and loved the music. She will be missed.

Gina & Michael Smith

Posted at 11:27am
Rebekah, Amanda, & Jeremiah ~ Sending you much love and prayers for peace vas we remember cherished times with Von. Prayers, Gina & Michael Smith
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