Theda Faye Brooksher was born to James and Vernie (Methvin) Anglin on September 16, 1924, in Coalgate, Oklahoma, and went to her heavenly home on August 27, 2011.  Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 31, 2011, in the Ferguson Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Kim Hayes, Bible Baptist Church, officiating.

Faye married Ralph Dennis Brooksher on March 30, 1942, in Chickasha, Oklahoma.  Ralph preceded her in death on September 11, 2010. 

She spent most of her life in Chickasha, playing basketball in the late 1930s for Union Hill School.  She retired from the Food Service Department, Chickasha High School.  Her greatest joy in life was having her children and grandchildren home for the holidays.  She loved to cook and always cooked plenty for all.  Faye loved to sew and made many of her own clothes; if she wasn’t sewing she was working in her yard up into her early eighties.  Painting and firing her ceramics was also a favorite hobby.  She really enjoyed watching her grandsons play baseball.  She was their biggest fan.  Her late afternoon treat was sitting on her front porch sipping her favorite drink, Diet Pepsi.

Faye was preceded in death by:  both parents; six brothers and sisters, Woodrow Wilson, Wilford (Red), Kenneth William, William Ester, Joe Floyd, Lillie Bell Bowring, Odessa Maye Franklin, and Dorothy Anglin Ross; two sons, Harold Dean Brooksher and Bobby Joe Brooksher; one grandson, Dustin Wayne Brooksher; and one great-grandson, Dakota Steven Burnes.

Survivors include:  sister Virgie Cavin; two brothers, Bill Anglin of Oklahoma City, and Winford Anglin and wife Evelyn of Oklahoma City; three sons, Don Brooksher and wife Sundra of Edmond, Ron Brooksher of Mustang and Jim Brooksher of Littleton, CO; one daughter, Shirley Burnes and husband Martin of Chickasha; two grandsons, Shane Burnes of Chickasha and Brad Brooksher and wife Alicia of Edmond, OK; three granddaughters, Ronda Dawson and husband Jerrod of Plano, TX, Jennifer Burnes of Norman, OK, and Lauren Brooksher of Littleton, CO; twelve great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandson.

Interment will be in the Laverty Cemetery under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home.

Family will be receiving visitors at Ferguson Funeral Home on Tuesday, August 30, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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