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Faye Arlene (Lawrason) Haskins

April 25, 2018
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Funeral services for Faye A. Haskins, 69, Enid resident, will be held on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. in the Stittsworth Memory Chapel. Visitation with the family will be held Friday, April 27, 2018 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Stittsworth's.  Arrangements are under the kind guidance of the Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service.
Faye Arlene Haskins, 69 of Enid was born April 2, 1949 in Colorado Springs, Co to Russell Roy and Helga Giesela Mathis Lawrason. She passed peacefully surrounded by her children April 25, 2018 in Enid, Oklahoma. She is survived by her son Charles W. 'Chuck' O'Brien and his wife Sheri of Enid, and two step-sons Coy Maddox of Pampa, Texas, and Toby Maddox of Texas. Her daughters Roxan O'Brien of San Antonio, TX, and Tanis Gamble and her husband Troy of Enid. In addition she leaves behind several grandchildren; Seth Williams of Enid, Dustin Miller of Tulsa, Nahtana Williams Henderson and her Husband Pete of Fairfield, CA, Tyler Walling and his wife Brittney of Juno, AK, Cable O'Brien of Enid, Austin Walling and his wife Krista of San Antonio, Chambrea Cook of Drummond, Mason Walling of San Antonio, TX, and Jeryn LeBlanc of Enid. Also, multiple great grandchildren; Kalleigh, Aiden, Leighton, Leanna, and Jolene. Along with her sisters Dianna Brockhousen of Englewood, Co, Shirley Arroyo of Az., and brother Terry Lawrason of Colorado Springs, Co.  She is preceded in death by her parents and two husbands; Gary Maddox and John Haskins.  Throughout the time of her life Faye had many accomplishments, which ranged from her career as a beautician to managing businesses for others. She was a great entrepreneur with more than one successful business venture.  Faye lived her life to the fullest doing what she loved most. She was a wonderful daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother. She raised 3 children, and, by example, taught them all to be strong, independent, and loving people. An important aspect of Faye's life was to make others smile and laugh, this gave her tremendous joy. She had a soft heart and had a tendency to give the benefit of the doubt to any and all people, giving more than one person a leg up or a place to stay. She had such a quick wit, a unique humor, and a lack of filter, letting whatever thought passed through her mind also pass through her lips. Faye loved to play games, paint, and collect a variety things. She had a green thumb and tended to and built a beautiful garden in her back yard, becoming an expert on many types of plants and flowers.  Her favorite channel to watch on television was the SciFi Channel, where she enjoyed Ghost Hunters the most.  She enjoyed Stephen King novels and sharing horror movies with her grandchildren. Faye had a sweet voice and enjoyed singing Karaoke. The last several years, Larry Bigelo, Faye’s friend and care-giver lived with her. They enjoyed playing pinochle and going to the casino. Not only did he provide companionship he was also known for being her limousine driver making sure she always got to where she needed to be. Mom - Grandma will be missed terribly, she has left a void that can never be filled. Her memory will radiate fully and forever in the hearts of all who've had the pleasure and joy to experience her contagious smile. Remembrances my be shared online at www.stittsworthfuneralservices.com.

 

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