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Lola Marie (Newton) Moseley passed away August 23, 2021.
Lola Marie Newton was born on October 16, 1939, on her grandparents’ farm in Weleetka, OK to Andrew Jackson Newton and L Vina (Burden) Newton. She left this life and completed her journey to Heaven on August 23, 2021.
Lola was blessed to be a part of a large of loving family. She had 5 brothers and 3 sisters. Andrew Jackson Newton, James Harold Newton, Charles Jefferson Newton, Gerogia Fay Gentry, Dolly May Webber, Andy Joe Newton, Betty Allen and Charles Earl Dunn.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Roy Moseley, brothers Andrew, James, Andy Joe, and Charles Earl, her sister Georgia Fay and grandson Braden Sisson.
Lola is survived by her brother Charles and sister Dolly. Four Children, Glen David Rogers, Ted Payne Rogers, Cheryl Ann Sanders and Lisa Marie Sisson, 12 Grandchildren, 24 Great Grandchildren and many, many nieces and nephews who love her very much.
Lola married Glen David Rogers on September 20, 1954. She worked extremely hard with Glen in many business ventures as well as maintaining their home and taking care of her four children. Lola married Roy Moseley December 21, 1980. Roy and Lola lived on Grand Lake at Bernice, OK until his death in 2017. They enjoyed hunting and fishing and entertaining family and friends with fish fries, cookouts, late night card games (Roy always cheated with a smile).
She was a hard-working lady. In addition to working with Glen in their businesses she also worked at Munsing Wear in Hominy, OK She helped build the Ramada INN in Bartlesville, OK. She worked at the Bernice VFW, B & E Resort, Patrick’s Steak and Shakes and she helped build multiple boat docks on Grand Lake. She volunteered at the VFW women’s auxiliary, Bernice Volunteer Fire Dept. fund raisers, Bernice Senior Citizens and the Baptist Church in Bernice. She always had a large garden and was happy to give you as much as you needed or wanted.
If you were sick or needed help it did not matter where you lived, she would drop everything and come take care of you. She would cook, clean and do all she could for anyone. She was happy cooking too much food for Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. She was first in line for fun. She loved to play any game and take road trips anywhere. She enjoyed riding in the passenger seat of her son’s semi traveling all over the United States.
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