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Shirley E. (Randolph) Wigington

August 13, 1939 ~ October 7, 2021 (age 82)

Obituary

 Shirley Evelyn Wigington was born on August 13, 1939 in Elk City, OK, to Lloyd and Viola (Reber) Randolph. She passed away October 7, 2021, at her home in Watonga, OK at the age of 82.  Shirley grew up South of Hydro, OK and after the passing of her mother when Shirley was 13, her father, and siblings relocated to Greenfield, OK, where he pastored Greenfield Baptist Church.   It was during this time in Shirley’s life that her grandmother, Florence Reber, became a mother figure to her.  It was also during this time that she met Choc Wigington, the love of her life. They married May 25, 1956 at Greenfield Baptist Church.  She graduated from Greenfield High School in the class of 1957.  The couple began their family while in Greenfield and in 1965 moved to Tennessee for a few years.  Choc worked at White’s Dairy Supply and farmed tobacco.  Shirley enjoyed raising their three children and getting acquainted within the community and making lifelong friends.  Most importantly to her was teaching her children the love of the Lord.  The family moved back to Greenfield in 1969 where Choc took over his father’s farming operation.  Shirley’s passion was her family and was instrumental in the success of their family farm.  She had various jobs throughout her lifetime, but her true calling was being a homemaker, wife, mother, and grandmother.  To her children she was mama.  To her grandchildren she was affectionately known as Mema.  She always put her family first.  Shirley was humble, kind and generous.  Her generosity over-flowed to those around her.  Everyone who knew Shirley has been blessed by her. 

 

Survivors Include: her husband, Choc Wigington of Watonga, OK, 3 children, David Wigington and wife Brenda of Watonga, OK, Terri Landreth and husband Wayne of Elk City, OK and Gina Harris and husband James of Dallas, TX, 9 grandchildren, Jason Wigington of Norman, OK, Andy Wigington and wife Mindy of Watonga, OK, Josh Landreth and wife Courtney of Springdale, AR, Austin Landreth and wife Rebecca of Bristow, OK, Kolton Landreth and wife Katie of Jenks, OK, Tanner France of OKC, OK, Evan Barry of Chicago, IL, Matthew Barry of OKC, OK, and Gracie Barry of OKC, OK, 10 great-grandchildren, Hudson Landreth, Terner Wigington, Logan Landreth, Hayes Landreth, Tate Wigington, Jordan Landreth, Libby Wigington, Jane Landreth, Lyla Landreth, and Ryan Landreth, siblings, Glenn Randolph and wife Linda ok OKC, OK, and Carol Glass McKeown of Yukon, OK, as well as numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.

 

 Shirley was preceded in death by her mother, Viola Randolph, father, Lloyd Randolph, step-mother, Frances Randolph, and one brother, Dale Randolph.

 

Shirley accepted the Lord as her personal Savior at a young age.  We will always remember Shirley for her strong faith and her enduring love for the Lord.  She brought the best out in everyone. 

 

“Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all” Proverbs 31:29

 

Please make donations in Shirley’s memory to Teen Challenge, https://teenchallengeusa.org/give

 

Services: 1PM, Tuesday, October 12, 2021, First Baptist Church, Watonga, OK

Officiating: Rev. Tom Wood, Robbie Wilson, and Rev. Jim Westmorland

Burial: Watonga IOOF Cemetery, Watonga, OK  Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Geary, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes).

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Services

Funeral Service
Tuesday
October 12, 2021

1:00 PM
First Baptist Church
301 North Noble Ave
Watonga, OK 73772

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