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Louise Mae Smith
SMITH Louise Mae Smith, of Edmond, age 87, died on March 9, 2001. Louise was born on June 24, 1913 in Hinton, Oklahoma to Rod and Elsie Sipe. She attended schools at Hinton and graduated from Edmond High School and Central State Normal School. She was an elementary and secondary teacher at Tuttle, Freeman (Grady County), Deer Creek of Edmond and Nicoma Park. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Joe C. Lenochan and Lothar A. Smith and four older brothers and one sister and son-in-law Sam Winn. Louise is survived by children, Betty Winn of Edmond, Sue and Charles Putnam of Edmond, Joe and Cheryl Lenochan of Edmond; brother Robert Sipe of Bakersfield, California; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and dear friend and companion, Anna Bennett. She enjoyed photography, sewing, antiques, bird-watching, painting and travel. She was a lifetime member of First Christian Church. Services will be conducted by Matthews Funeral Home at The First Christian Church on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. with interment at Gracelawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the First Christian Church Building Fund. Matthews Funeral Home Locally Owned 601 S. Kelly, Edmond 341-2787
Ada Leota Sipe
SIPE Ada Leota, 81, passed away Dec. 21, 1990 in Edmond, OK. She was a native of Wolfe City, TX and has been a resident of Okc area for 40 years. She is a retired school teacher from Okla. City Public Schools where she taught for 35 years. She was a member of South Lee United Methodist Church, the South Community Auxiliary, Alpha Delta Kappa, the Oklahoma Education Association and a graduate of Central State College.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Ada and Emery A. Durham and 2 brothers, Leland and Conley Durham. She is survived by her husband, Lynn F. Sipe of Edmond; 1 son and daughter-in-law, Rod L. and Kay Sipe of Houston, TX; 1 sister-in-law Betty Durham, Okla. City; 2 grandchildren, Jeremy Dan Sipe of Norman, OK and Jason Lynn Sipe of Houston, TX; 2 step-grandchilren, Julia Knight of Haskell, OK and Andy Lasater of Tulsa, OK. Family request memorials be made to South Lee United Methodist Church Hymnal Fund, 601 SW 36, Okla. City. Services will be 2pm Wednesday, Dec. 26, Colonial Chapel South.
Clyde Raymond Sipe
SIPE Clyde Raymond, 87, former longtime Edmond resident, passed away Oct. 25, 1994 in Clinton, Ar. He was a veteran of WWII, serving in the Army Medical Corp in Italy. A former Mason and 32nd degree Mason with the Guthrie Scottish Rite and a former member of the India Temple Shrine. Clyde retired from T.A.F.B. He is survived by his wife, Ethel of the home in Fairfield Bay, Ar.; brothers, Lynn 1 Sipe of Edmond and Bob Sipe of Bakersfield, Ca.; sisters, Louise Smith of Edmond and Mildred Gregg of Edmond; numerous grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Services 10:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 28, 1994, Baggerley-Marler Memorial Chapel. Interment, Gracelawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the First Christian Church of Edmond or the India Temple Shrine Crippled Childrens Transportation Fund.
Lynn F. Sipe
SIPE Lynn F., 87, born June 25, 1911 to Rod and Elsie Sipe in Hinton, Oklahoma. Lynn was one of seven children, 5 boys and 2 girls, who graduated from Hinton High School in 1929 and attended college at OSU in Stillwater and UCO in Edmond. While attending UCO, he worked at Striplings College Grocery for 5 years. Lynn married Leota Durham in 1936 in Ryan, OK. Leota passed away in Edmond in 1989 after 54 years of marriage. He was remarried to Royce Eileen Tindall-Hafer July 5, 1992. Lynn worked 45 years in the Automotive parts business at Walters Motor Company in Edmond, Denison Motor Company in Oklahoma City, OK, Capitol Hill Battery and Ignition OKC, and as co-owner of Warehouse Service, Inc. in OKC. He worked in retirement at DWI in OKC. Lynn was a member of several organizations including Consistory-India Temple Shrine, Edmond/Guthrie Shrine, South Lee United Methodist Church in Capitol Hill for 40 years and United Methodist Church of Edmond. He was a Master Sergeant in The Army of the 86th Depot Repair Squadron during WWII, and spent 34 months in the European Theater. Survivors include wife, Royce Eileen Sipe of the home; one son, Rodrick L. Sipe and wife, Kay of Houston, TX; 4 grandchildren, Jeremy Sipe, Jason Sipe, Julie Knight and Andy Lasater; one brother, Bob Sipe and wife, Shirley of Bakersfield, CA; two sisters, Louise Smith of Edmond, OK and Mildred Gregg and husband, Doyle of Edmond, OK. Lynn was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Leota Durham, 3 brothers, Phil Sipe, Clyde Sipe and Elmo Sipe. Lynn was an avid booster of University of Oklahoma football and a long time member of the Varsity Sooner Club. He traveled extensively and was known as the man who gave pens to the many friends and people who crossed his path. Those pens can be found in all parts of the world. He always had a cheerful remark and a smile for everyone. Services will be Friday, October 16, 1998, at 11:00 a.m., at First United Methodist Church in Edmond, OK. Burial will be held at Resthaven Cemetery, OKC, OK at 1:30 p.m.
Mildred Marie Sipe Gregg
GREGG Mildred Marie Sipe left this world to begin her new life with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Wednesday, Dec. 2, in Okla City. Mildred Marie was born to Elsie Grimes and Roderick Sipe on June 7, 1924 in Hinton, Oklahoma, the sixth of seven children. When she was about six, the family moved to Edmond, where she lived until her marriage to Doyle Hayes Gregg in Jan. of 1945. After a short time in Columbus, Ohio as newlyweds, being stationed with the Navy in Long Beach, CA, and then a stay in San Francisco, CA, the Greggs returned to Edmond for Doyle to finish his schooling. They subsequently moved to the Village and Okla. City before returning to Edmond in 1992. Mildred was a retired school teacher having served 18 years in her profession. She had a deep love and appreciation for Music, Art and Nature and was lovingly known as a Rockhound. Mildred in survived by: husband, Doyle Hayes Gregg of the home; son and daughter-in-law, John B. and Patricia Reasoner Gregg of Granbury, Texas; daughters and sons-in-law, Karen Kay and Donald Jerry Moore of Edmond, Cherry Marie and James King of OKC; sister, Louise M. Smith of Edmond; brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Shirley Sipe of Bakersfield, CA; grandchildren, Ben and Joy Marie, Donald Jerry Jr., Rebecca Marie, Darin Reid, Ted Hayes, Todd and his wife Sheri and Stacy. Mildred leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. She will be very missed with much love and the assurance of a reunion at the beginning of our new life with the Lord. Services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Saturday Dec. 5, 1998 at the Village United Methodist Church with interment at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond.