Ramona Abrams

Ramona Abrams Obituary


Age - 66


October 7, 2023


Canton, OK

Traditional wake services for Ramona "Mona" Jesse Abrams of Canton, Oklahoma will be held at 7:00 p. m. , Sunday, October 8, 2023, at the Canton ERC Building in Canton, Oklahoma. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p. m. , Monday, October 9, 2023, at the same venue with Reverend Gerald Panana and Reverend John WhiteEagle officiating. Interment will follow at the Canton Reinterment Cemetery (Chiefs Cemetery) under the direction of the Pierce Funeral Home, Canton, Oklahoma. Ramona "Mona" Jesse Abrams was born June 22, 1957, in Clinton, Oklahoma to James Wolf Daukei and Arlene (Standingwater) Daukei. Mona departed this life on October 5, 2023, at her home in Canton. Mona spent most of her life being a housewife and taking care of her family. Mona loved all her family and enjoyed spending time with every one of them. Although Mona did not have children of her own, Mona helped to raise a few of her nieces and nephews and a couple of grandchildren in which they had lived with her from time to time. Mona enjoyed going to the casino, playing bingo, listening to music, and cruising with her family. Mona's greatest treasure was her family, Mona enjoyed laughing and joking with her family. Mona was always willing to help anyone in need, if someone needed a place to stay Mona was always opening her home to help. Mona graduated with a GED from Tiffan, Ohio while she was married to her late husband William J. Abrams. Mona went on to work as a smoke shop clerk for the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and was CLEET certified for armed security. Mona was preceded in death by long-time companion John Gray; both parents James and Arlene Daukei; two brothers Theodore Ray Daukei and Arlen Gene Daukei; three sisters Corrine Ruth Stewart, Carole Jean Daukei, and Kimberly Joyce Lime; grandparents James and Ruth Standingwater and Hattie and Walter Daukei. Survivors include one brother Stacker Daukei I; Nephew Jarvis Daukei Sr. and companion Candice Chavez; Niece Demetria Daukei and companion Lucy Cometsevah; Nieces Sherry Fire; Neko Watson; Kaycee Daukei; Nephews Michael Daukei; Stacker Daukei II. Numerous other nieces and nephews; grandchildren; and extended family members. Mona will be greatly missed by all her family. Condolences may be made online at www. piercefuneralhomes. com.

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Barbara Jean (Bobbi) Brickman was born December 27, 1943, the only child to Wilbur and Evelyn Reichert, and went to her eternal home on November 5, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. With Jerry Brickman, her adoring and devoted husband of over 48 years, they raised 4 children who went on to bless them with 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Bobbi's love for her children and extended family exemplified the unconditional, unselfish love that Christ has for us, accepting without judging, demonstrating empathy and forgiveness, while never losing faith regardless of circumstances, and following our scriptural instruction to "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ, God forgave you". Her outward demeanor permeating her life in action and in spirit fully embodied the Fruit of the Spirit from Paul's letter to the Galatians (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control). Bobbi had long ago professed her faith that Jesus is Who He claimed to be and remained steadfast and unshakeable in the knowledge that all her sins were reconciled by accepting the gift of salvation through Christ. Confident, bold and fearless, Bobbi enjoyed the "peace that transcends all understanding", certain of the eternal life and atonement offered to whoever believes in Jesus. Jerry and Bobbi loved to travel to Branson and took every opportunity to attend family events, achievements and holiday celebrations without regard to the sacrifice of their time and resources. Bobbi's infectious laugh would light up a room and lift the spirits of those in attendance. Although she endured multiple health and physical challenges over the last several years, no one would know unless pressing her for information. Her focus was on others rather than herself as she undauntedly faced her trials with faith and perseverance, encouraging all who knew and loved her. Although she will be sorely missed until we are reunited, we rejoice that we are blessed to be witnesses of her courage rooted in faith, godliness in the face of adversity and love for others. Bobbi is survived by her husband Jerry Brickman of Longdale, OK; daughter Kimberly (Owen) Bierig of Hunter, OK; son Tim Kirk of Okeene, OK; daughter Kristi (Kenny) Divelbiss of Norman, OK; and daughter Tammi (Gerald) Jantzen of Okeene, OK. Grandchildren include Andy Bierig (Luke and Noah); Jay and Sabrah Bierig (Braxton and Baleigh); Cassandra Grace (Chloe and Caroline); Tyler Grace (DJ and Summer); Keaton and Cassie Divelbiss (Cohen); Kenli Divelbiss-Faught and Alex; Kylen Divelbiss; Tara Wasson (Eli and Aidyn); and Ryan Bernier. Bobbi was preceded in death by her parents, Wilbur and Evelyn Reichert. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p. m. , Thursday, November 9, 2023 at the Canton Christian Church, Canton, OK with Pastor Michael Grigsby officiating. Interment will follow at Cherryvale Cemetery under the direction of Pierce Funeral Home, Canton. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society with the funeral home serving as custodian at P. O. Box 36, Canton, OK 73724. Condolences may be offered at www. piercefuneralhomes. com.Show more

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