Saturday, July 9, 2016

Maxine Cagle



 Lois "Maxine" Cagle (Ray), 81, of Panama, OK passed away July 8, 2016.   Maxine was born June 9, 1935 in Poteau, OK to Vardman & Inez (Williams) Ray. Maxine was  caregiver in LeFlore County for many generations of children  whom she loved as her own.  She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jay Howard Cagle  (7/25/2001); 2 brothers; 1 sister and 1 granddaughter.



She is survived by sons & daughters in law, Howard & Susan Cagle of Poteau, OK, Jeff & Amy Cagle of Shady Point, OK; daughter & son in law, Debbie & Donnie Edwards of Howe, OK; grandchildren, Carey & Amy Cagle, Cara & Matt Yakel, Tyler & Emily Cagle, Destiny & Billy Gullick, Tiffany Nobles, Cody & Meisha Edwards; great grandchildren, Rowan Cagle, Dominic & Hunter Springwater, Keagan, Kate & Caleb Yakel, Candelyn & Courtney Kitchens, Joni Gullick,  Journi Bartels & Jagen Nobles, Keynslee & Kodyn Edwards; brothers, Terry Ray, Leon Ray; sisters, Betty Vise & Pearl "Putt" Blevins; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, loved ones & a host of beloved friends.



Services will  be 2 pm, Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at Springhill Baptist Church, Monroe, OK with Bob Marchant & Jim Cook officiating.  Interment will follow in Monroe Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Carey & Tyler Cagle, Cody Edwards,  Charley, Terry and Larry Vise, J.T. Ray.



The family will be at the funeral home on Monday evening from 6-8 pm to visit with relatives & friends.




5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry to hear of her passing.. :'(

KIM HALE said...

Sorry so for your loss! She was a great woman who will be greatly missed!

tawnya.lowe@yahoo.com said...

Howard, Jeffrey, and Debbie: I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Maxine. I was privileged to have grown-up living next to your family. Jay and Maxine were awesome neighbors to my mother over the years and I will never forget their kindness. I hope you all have comfort and peace knowing that MANY people in the community loved your mama and she will be greatly missed. Sincerely-Tawnya and Phillip Lowe

Renda Tedford said...

She was a very beautiful woman in every way. She always had a big smile on her face every time we saw her. We enjoyed seeing and talking to her on her birthday. We will miss her very much. Renda and Jerry Tedford

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry for ur loss, she was a great woman who put lots of smiles on people she met faces, I used to work with her at the Oaks Nursing Childcare many years ago..she was a kind hearted person..I know she will be pissed.
Sincerely, Tina MCBRIDE