December 18, 1918 - October 4, 2018
ObituaryBirtie Virdeen Ferrell passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at Corn Heritage Village in Corn, Oklahoma. Virdeen was born December 18, 1918 in Nacogdoches, Texas to William Franklin and Effie Buckner Vice.
Virdeen married Edward Ferrell on August 8, 1939 in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Virdeen was a member of the First Christian Church, a charter member of the Carnegie Mother's Club, and a member of the International Flying Farmers. . Virdeen loved her church, her family and life.
Survivors: One Son, Don Ferrell & wife Gay of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Two Grandsons, Brian Ferrell & Deborah Dasake of Broken
Stacy D. Ferrell & wife Ellen of Nashville, Tennessee
One Granddaughter, Finessa Smith & Chris of Littleton,
Great Grandchildren, Avery Smith, Samuel Ferrell, Luke Ferrell, Jake Ferrell, and Nathan Ferrell.
Daughter in law, Dolora Ferrell
Preceded in death by her husband, Edward, her parents, her son
Stacy Edward Ferrell, Brothers, Milton , J.C., and
Graveside Service: Thursday, October 11, 2018, 1:00 PM,
Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie, Oklahoma
Date: October 11, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm
Kay Barber Bowlin
Virdeen was such a special lady. Have wonderful fixing her hair and visiting with her
Such a grand lady with a sweet spirit. My wife and I enjoyed visiting in her fine home out on the ranch. Her passing marks the end of an epoch in Carnegie history.
Sandy and Kent Vice
So sorry for your loss--we so enjoyed visiting with Virdeen and Edward at their home and in our home when they were visiting in Casper, WY at the home of my in-laws (J.C. and Virginia Vice). Our deepest and heartfelt sympathy goes out to Don and family.
Mary Ann Vice-Faulkner
Loved her with all my heart. She was like a second mom to me in my years growing up. I have so very many fond memories I hold dear. Forever I was told by many I looked like her - what a wonderful compliment I always thought - because she was beautiful! My sincere sympathy to Don, Gaye, Delora and the remainder of our family touched by her loss.
I loved Aunt Virdeen! I remember as a kid going out to Aunt Virdeen's and Uncle Ed's Ranch, what a grand time & great memories to hold close to my heart! My deepest sympathy goes out to the family! She is in God's hands and reunited with her loved ones in heaven now.
Stephen & Cheryl Rogers
Virdeen was a very special lady and will be sadly missed. We were so happy to have visited with her last April. Our love and prayers are with you.