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Obituary for Letha Mae LiDel (Howard)

BENJAMIN FUNERAL SERVICE 918-273-2700..........
.Letha LiDel, 88 was called to be with the lord on March 15, 2019 at her home surrounded by loving family members. Letha came into this world on July 28, 1930 in Holyoke, Colorado; to Frank Howard and wife Hazel Marlin Howard.
To all who knew Letha she was a wonderful and caring individual who touched many lives. She was an angel sent from God.
She was raised in North Georgia, moved to Oklahoma in the 1960’s. This is where she became a Nurses Aide at the Nowata Hospital. She served the hospital for over 25 years. She enjoyed sewing, making quilts, gardening and cooking. She enjoyed canning as well. And she loved spending time with her family and friends.
Letha was an avid church person, she served in the children’s ministry loving each child as her own.
She was proceeded in death by her loving son Johnathon (Howard) Dover. 3 sisters Marge Howard, Linda Boyd, Mary Richards; 1 brother Gerald Howard and many cousins and other family members.
Letha had a special message to send before she passed to a couple of Lady’s who she adored, Sandy and Candy she cherished these lady’s they were there for her for years. They worked for Letha, she loved them with all her heart.
Letha had several nieces and nephews, Tresa Mast, Kim Johnson, Donna Porter, Beverly Taylor, Brenda Boren, Barbara Boren, Sareesa Boyd, Shannon Hall, Gina Howard, Annette Atwood. Wayne Reeder, Tony Breshears, Donald Breshears, Jeremy Breshears, James Medine, and two Grandchildren Richard Noble and family Lettrell Rowe and Bailey and family. She had many other family members as well.
Letha never met a stranger they would be family as well in her eyes. Letha would take all the animals and feed them she even had a special young man who helped her clean her yard and do some other odds and ends. Robert was a wonderful help. Can’t forget the the man who she cherished most of all Raymond Nash. She loved him dearly and was always there for her.
We all loved and continue to love Ms. Letha, she will be in our hears forever.