Anita Bell Page, age 64, passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2021, at Integris Hospice after a brief battle with COVID-19 and complications of diabetes. Bell was born August 24, 1956, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Harold Gilbert and Laura Maxine Winkler.
Bell had a long-lived career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, her only employer, and was instrumental in processing key documents after the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. It was there that she made life-long friendships which meant the world to her, and she often spoke of her time there with great fondness. After an early retirement, she spent her remaining years enjoying the thing she loved most, spending time with her family and showering them all with gifts. She also battled and beat Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma; something that she would tell you was a pure miracle.
Bell was the epitome of kindness and joy. She would always greet you with a huge smile and never spoke an ill word of anyone. She had a deep faith in God and loved quilting, crochet, needlework, and beautiful flowers. She greatly enjoyed cooking and baking. She was a light in this world that will be greatly missed by all.
Her love for her family was great and each would tell you that she was the best wife, stepmother, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, and great-aunt that anyone could ask for. Bell had a huge heart and was a joy to be around.
Survivors include: her spouse, Frank of the home, her stepchildren Chris Page and his wife Marci of Oklahoma City, OK, and Susan Page and Patrick Robison of Inverness, FL, grandchildren, Thomas Tomlinson, Brandon Tomlinson, Austin Page, Taylor Page, and Jonathan Robison, great-grandchildren, Kayden, Declan, Olive, Cash, and Weston and her beloved pets, Penni Lane and Allie. She is also survived by her three brothers, Harold Winkler and wife Patsy, Mac Winkler and wife Linda and Don Winkler and Diane all of Yukon, OK and Uncle Jack Long and wife Lola of Hinton, OK, as well numerous nieces, a nephew, great-nieces and nephews, a host of Cousins other relatives and friends.
Bell was preceded in death by her parents, Harold and Maxine Winkler and Aunt Mary Lou Long.
Private Family Graveside Services: 2 PM, Thursday, January 21, 2021, Lookeba Cemetery, Lookeba, OK
Officiating: Rev. Brandon Kittle
Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at firstname.lastname@example.org, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes).
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