Lois J. (Scott) Kindblade

December 25, 1921 - December 29, 2018
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Lois Giles Scott Kindblade was born December 25, 1921 in her family home located in the Alden community to William A. Giles and Eunice Winn Giles. She died December 28th, 2018 in Carrollton, Texas. She grew up on a farm in the Alden Community. At an early age she joined the Presbyterian Church and was baptized in Cache Creek. She attended Neola Grade School through the sixth grade and Alden High School from 7th to 12th grades. Lois was Valedictorian of her 8th grade class and Salutatorian of her senior class. Music and drama were important in her life. She was a member of her high school trio and chorus. She participated in numerous one act and three act plays in high school. Lois married John D. Scott, August 8th, 1942. One daughter, Nita Kathleen and two sons, John David and James Franklin born to this union. They farmed and ranched and Lois fed harvest hand and kept books for the business. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Central State College in 1944 and taught in the Alfalfa schools for five years. At this time John D. served in Korea. After John D. returned home, she taught in Carnegie Junior High for 20 years. During this time she also received her masters degree from Southwestern State College. In 1968-69 she was voted Teacher of the Year by the student body and faculty. In 1972, she was Teacher of the year representing Caddo County at the State Fair. She served as treasurer of Caddo County Democratic Party a number of years, taught an adult Sunday school class, served as treasurer of the U.M.W., and wrote the Carnegie United Methodist Church history in 1984 when the church celebrated 80 years. She loved and enjoyed her family supporting her boys as a den mother, attending music recitals, numerous stock shows, and ball games. When Viet Nam fell, the Carnegie United Methodist Church sponsored two young men and one girl. Lois and John D. provided a home for Jenni for 4 ½ months. Lois taught Jenni English and she spoke well enough after 4 ½ months to be independent. John D. passed away on September 20, 1992, six weeks after celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. She married an old friend James D. Kindblade November 26, 1993. After she was appointed Carnegie Tag Agent in 1994, they were also involved in real estate and antiques until moving to Lawton in 1998. She volunteered at Southwest Memorial Hospital from April 1999 to April 2015.
Lois was preceded in death by her parents, Will and Eunice Giles, a daughter, Nita Kathleen, husbands, John D. Scott and James Kindblade, two brothers, Ivan and Ray Giles, two sisters and their husbands, Naomi and Roscoe Chadwick and Alma and Wayne Bogue.
She is survived by two sons and their wives, David and Patti Scott, Carnegie, Oklahoma and James and Sarah Scott, Ft. Worth, Texas. Two step daughters and their husbands, LaMarylis and Carl Hodges, Carnegie, Oklahoma and Jolanda and Lowell Herell, Kemp, Texas, and special daughter, Jenny & husband Hai Pham, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Eight grandchildren, Patrick and wife Amber Scott, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Elizabeth and husband Bryce Davis Anadarko, Oklahoma, Jonathan and wife Shannon Scott, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Andrew Scott, Carnegie, Oklahoma, Natalie Scott, Dallas, Texas, Shane & wife Brighton Miller, Ft. Worth, Texas, Ross and Bree Miller, Euless, Texas, Rachel Miller, Dallas, Texas. Tara & Lenny Craig, Lance and wife Nicki Herell, and James & Glenda Hodges, Pipton, Texas, Chris and Angel Hodges, Gilmer, Texas, and Greg and Kim Hodges, Kemp, Texas, and special grand daughter Julie & Jeff Miles.
Along with Eighteen great grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Wildcat Education Endowment Fund. % Lynn Ann Dietrich, 14598 N 2440 Rd., Carnegie, Oklahoma 73015.
Memorial Service: 1:30 PM Saturday, January 5, 2019 First United Methodist Church, Carnegie, Oklahoma.
Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie, Oklahoma


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Pam McLemore
Colony, OK
So sorry to hear of Mrs. Scott's passing. She was a special lady. She was a great teacher and a dear friend.
Edward & Beverly Adkins Whitworth
Carnegie, OK
David and James, I am so saddened to hear of the news of your Mother.  She was always one of my favorite teachers ever! She always had that beautiful smile on her face! I remember in grade school that she sponsored a Christmas party for David's class (Class of 68) and she played Rocking Around the Christmas Tree as we all attempted to dance per her instructions.  Every Christmas I think of her when I hear that song! I am so glad that we went to her 90th Birthday Party and we were planning on attending her 100th as she was! So many memories that you can cherish!!! May God be with you in the days ahead! RIP, my dear Lois! I can still smell John D,'s pipe tobacco in my memories! God took a wonderful angel who I will never forget!!! Love and prayers to all of the family!
Ruth Lawrence Farrelly
Lawton, OK
Mrs Scott was my eighth grade teacher she was a wonderful teacher and lady.Prayers for the family
Marcy Allen
Hobart, OK
I’m so sorry.  She was a special lady.  Prayers
Lance Temple
Wichita Falls, TX
My deepest thoughts and sympathy to the family of Lois Scott.  May our God hold you in His arms and comfort you all during this time of sorrow.  I'm praying for you all.  God bless........................
Debbie hawpe
Weatherford, OK
David, I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. She was beautiful woman. She was loved by my family dearly. Know you and your family are in my prayers.
Ronald R Langley
Fort Worth, TX
My condolences to all of her family. I know she was a very special teacher to many. I had several classes with her.
Denny and Juanita Swanda
Carnegie. Currently in Pharr. Texas, TX
We are saddened to hear about our friend Lois. Not only was she a favorite teacher in school. but she was also our Sunday school for many years. Hers was a life well lived.
Jennie Truitt Manees
Little Rock, AR
Mrs. Scott was wonderful.  She had a great sense of humor and loved everone.  She was special
Suzanne Rowe
Edmond, OK
Lois was a very special lady.  I know she will be greatly missed.  My prayers are with the family.
Debbie Ridgewat
Carnegie, OK
So sorry for your loss
Karen Manley Roach
Tulsa, OK
She was a friend and the best teacher I’ve ever had.! Loved her !
Sandra Bennett
Hemphill, TX
We were saddened to hear of Lois's passing.  She was a wonderful friend to my mother.  Her letters and phone calls were always uplifting and always timely.  She was truly a lovely person with a kind and loving spirit.  Our hearts aches for your loss.  Your family will be in our prayers.
Jerry and Judy Unruh
Weatherford, OK
Such a wonderful lady. Loved and respected by both of us.
Beverly Tyler Brewster
Rogers, AR
She will be missed,she influenced so many of our lives......
Jay McCleery
Houston, TX
Thank you Lois
Rick Skinner
Weatherford, OK
Prayers for the family
GOLTRY Stephen
Minneapolis, MN
David & Scott & your Families .... I am saddened to hear of your Mother’s passing.
Nancy Calhoun sent me the information. As a youngster seeing you all with the other kids at Thanksgiving or Christmas there at the Scott farm was fun to look forward to always! ??
Best thoughts and hope of sustainable prayers as you enter these next days and months ahead .
::::: Peace ,
Steve
Billie Sue & Bill Taylor
Lake Charles, LA
There are not enough words to tell people the influence this woman has had in our lives. She was one of the many wonderful teachers that taught in the Carnegie School System when Bill and I were in school. She was always a shining example of her Christian faith. We shall always remember her.
Charles & Sondra Madsen
Council Bluffs, IA
Sorry for your loss.
Jane Carol Moulton
Albuquerque, NM
She was a great lady and a great teacher.  Rest In Peace.
Pam Johnson Eslinger
Hammon, OK
I'm so sorry to hear of Lois's passing. She was a special lady, that I have some great memories with. We went to Washington DC. We went representing the farmers & anyone that had a business that depended on farmers. I had never been & we wanted to see everything we could & go to our meetings. We did it. She knew about GrayLine & it so happened they came to our hotel, so we set up tours around our meetings.  As y'all know she was special & lovely lady. I enjoyed her in church also. God bless all of y'all & God a beautiful angel when she passed. Remember the good times & enjoy! I lived to smell your dad's pipe.
Linda Reynolds-Clark
Chelsea, OK
Lois was a great help to me when I first started teaching in 1962 at Carnegie.  I thought so much of her.
Carol. Reynolds Mayes
Norman,, OK
Lois was an Inspiration to many young people.  She was a wonderful person mom and friend.  Prayers for Her family and Friends. She will. Always. Be. Remembered with. A. Smile.
Roslyn Voglino
Richardson, TX
Lois, your are a lovely lady! Thank you for always being a wonderful Granny to Jonathan and Natalie! I am grateful for the kindness you always showed me for the 21 years you shared your family, friends and community with me! I am happy you are now healthy, happy and with so many that love you again.
Love you,
Roslyn Voglino
Barbara Chew
Mesa, AZ
Lois was a dear blessing to our Mother.  Her cards were filled with humorous stories and jokes that put a smile on Mother's face.  Our prayers are with the family and friends as they remember a life well lived.  She is with the Father.
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