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Virginia Carrie Powell
Graveside service for Carrie, 78, will be Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at Bethel Cemetery. Viewing will be on Monday from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Carrie was born on September 13, 1937 in Amorita to Leonard Owen Hill and Clara Gertrude Angle and passed from this life on July 31, 2016 at her home in Enid. She married her husband, Glenn Edward Powell on June 20, 1957. She received her associate’s degree and was a Licensed Mental Health Technician at Winfield State School. She moved from Winfield, Kansas and had lived in Enid for the last twenty years. Her hobbies included playing bridge, crocheting, sewing, reading and she made porcelain dolls.

Those who preceded her in death include her husband; her parents; brothers and sisters.

Survivors include two children, Ginger Waggoner and husband, Henry of Enid and Gwen Powell-Maly and husband, Jerry of Enid; five grandchildren, Sean Edward Mathis and wife, Kira, Crystal Maria Mathis, Henry A. Waggoner, Jr. and wife, KayCee, Kari Ellen Honn and Brad Waken and Clinton Powell Honn; many great grandchildren; two brothers, Dan Hill and wife, Pam of Florida and Jim Hill and wife, Doris of Alabama.

Memorials may be given to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation - Cancer Division or Diabetes Division through the funeral home.

Expressions from friends and relatives

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May this tribute bring comforting words and pleasant memories during this difficult time. It has been an honor serving your family.
Lanman Funeral Home Staff


Our thoughts and prayers to your family at the loss of Mrs. Powell.
AK, Shirley Armstrong


We are so sorry for your loss and send our sincere sympathy.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you and wish we could be there to support you at this difficult time.
Kay and Bill Smith


It was my privilege to play bridge with Virginia for several years.  She will be missed by all of us.  May our Lord give you peace and comfort at this time.
Joanne Holle


The highlight of my summertime was to play with the Hill family. Since I didn\'t have siblings it was so much fun to play with them.
In later years I always admired Carrie for how good she was at crocheting and other craft work.  Most of all I admired her for the way she p layed bridge.
Rest in peace Carrie, we will see you someday.
Juanita Bradley Angle Johnson



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