BBQ set to applaud Allene Fawcett’s life
March 18, 2015 - bbq set
The family of Allene Fawcett, famous to many as Granny, is mouth-watering her friends to join them during a Oologah Community Building during 1 pm Monday, Mar 23, to applaud her fun of life and adore of friends and family.
Because Granny desired a party, Mike and Michael Fawcett will be smoking beef for bar-b- q, one of her favorites, and ask friends to move a pity dish.
Allene left this conceivable life Sunday Mar 15, 2015 to join her father of 54 years, Dwight Len Fawcett, daughter Janice Barnes, and sisters, Lorene Wright Buster and Dorothy Wright Gordon.
Allene was innate in Tyro, Kan., on Dec. 5, 1924 to Austin and Faye Wright. Allene and Dwight, also famous as “Pinky” to other ham operators, had dual other children, Michael Len Fawcett, Redbud Marina, Okla., and Pat Hahn of Donna, Texas. She is survived by 8 grandchildren, 21 good grandchildren, and 17 great-great grandchildren.
Dwight and Allene lived many of their married life in a Tulsa-Claremore area of Oklahoma before an AMCO pursuit send to Lubbock, Texas. They after late to a plateau of Mayhill, New Mexico. The integrate desired camping and fishing, even running caravans of RV’ers into Mexico and Canada.
After Dwight’s genocide in 1996, Granny lived with her daughter Janice in San Bernardino, Calif., until Jan’s genocide in 2003. In after years she has lived with son, Mike Fawcett and daughter Pat Hahn, blessing them with partial of any year. In Jul of 2014, Granny changed to Cardinal Heights Senior Living in Collinsville.
She told family that she felt like a immature bride environment adult her initial house. She desired personification a label game, on-going rummy, cooking and perplexing new recipes, pot fitness dinners, and any kind of celebration or get together.
Granny attended Oologah United Methodist Church when probable and helped Mike with annual Oologah Area Chamber Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinners. She taught her children to honour and conclude all police, fire, and puncture personal as she had lived throughthree3 fires, a latest being Christmas 2014, and had served Rogers County as a womanlike bailiff underneath Sheriff Amos Ward and Judge Steven J. Adams while vital in Claremore.
She inspired, desired and embraced life and we will skip her dearly.