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Aline – Funeral service for Lola Outhier will be Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Cherokee with burial at Aline Star Cemetery. Viewing will be Friday, August 4, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Lola Elizabeth (Stallings) Outhier was born December 29, 1929 in Anthony, Kansas to C.H. “Jack” and Nettie (Ging) Stallings and went to be with the Lord on August 1, 2017 in Enid, Oklahoma.
Lola graduated from Aline High School in 1948. She married Donald D. Outhier on July 17, 1948 in Enid. They had two children, Cheryl Ann and Ronald D. Don and Lola made their first home in Homestead. They lived there a couple years and then they moved to Lambert where they lived for the next seventeen years with the exception of four years in Lakewood, Colorado. Later they moved to Aline where she remained until the last two years when she moved to Cherokee to be close to family. Lola was active in Busy Workers Extension Homemakers, Women’s Auxiliary and was an active supporter of FFA, FHA and sports. In retirement she and Don enjoyed many RV trips with the Doo-Little Camping Group. They were “snowbirds” wintering in Dona, Texas.
Lola worked for Montgomery Ward in Denver, the Masonic Hospital in Cherokee, Mildred’s Ceramic Shop, Goodno’s Grocery and Carmen Grocery. Lola was a very talented seamstress, crafter and artist. She created ceramic rose bouquets of clay, shaping one petal at a time. She especially liked music and enjoyed monthly trips to Waynoka and Carmen to hear country music. Her greatest love was her family.
Lola was preceded in death by her parents, her husband of fifty-two years, Don; her beloved brother, Bobby; sister-in-law, Helen Logan and many loved aunts and uncles.
She is survived by her children, Cheryl Poe and husband, Jerry of Cherokee, Oklahoma and Ron Outhier and wife, Karen of Sarcoxie, Missouri; grandchildren, Kim Hague and husband, Sam of Blackwell, Oklahoma, Kevin Poe and wife, Deleah of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Allan Poe and wife, Daresa of Waynoka, Oklahoma; great-grandchildren, Madison, Anna, Truman, Pierce and Lincoln Hague, Hazel and Hudson Poe, Price and Perry Poe, Tyler and Kara Doucette and nephew, Naythan Anderson of Eagle, Idaho.
Memorials may be made to Aline Senior Center through the funeral home.
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My thoughts and prayers are with you, the family, in your sorrow. I hope you find solace in many happy memories. I have good memories of the days when Lola would visit my mom, Alta Marie Haight, years ago. The God of peace be with you.
Sorry for your loss . May God be with you in this time of sorrow. Lola was a wonderful person . She loved the music the band played that Duane was in. She would sing the songs a long with the music. We will all miss her Smiles. The music made her happy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Norma & Duane Condreay
What a loving lady, always had a great smile for others to carry in their heart and keep them warm.
Will miss you.
Naomi Cloyd Goodridge
Lola was someone I always looked forward to see driving down the "Cottonwood" drive on my grandparents farm. She was always cheerful and made everyone so happy when she walked in a room. I always cherish my childhood memories of Lola. Our love and prayers are with all of you
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