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Molsie Palmer

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Molsie Palmer, 96, of Wewoka, Oklahoma, passed away on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. Funeral service will be on Saturday, April 22, 2023, at 2:00, in the Chapel of Stout-Phillips Funeral Home in Wewoka, with Reverend Frank Moppin officiating. Burial will be at the Palmer family cemetery south of Sasakwa.

Molsie Palmer was born January 24, 1927, in Reagan, Oklahoma, to parents Joseph and Eula Alexander (Greenwood) and was a member of the Chickasaw Nation. In her mid-teens, her family moved to Wewoka. Molsie married Tony Palmer, Sr., of Sasakwa, and raised four children.

The daughters remember their Mom as a loving, hardworking, faithful, and dedicated Lady. She sacrificed so much for her family and was always supportive in their activities, encouraged her children to continue their education, and taught the importance of a good work ethic and integrity. Mom so loved The Lord and was active in church activities and kept a prayer list by her recliner, always adding names of people to pray for – some called her a Prayer Warrior. She was active in senior citizen clubs for both the Chickasaw Nation and Seminole Nation, enjoyed being outdoors, working in her flower beds, keeping the yards and family cemetery clean and mowed. She also loved sewing, making quilts and loved to read a good book. We are proud of our Mom and can truly “… rise up and call her blessed …”. Proverbs 31:28.

Molsie is preceded in death by her husband Tony Palmer, Sr., daughter Donna Fay Palmer, son Tony Palmer, Jr., sonin- law Michael Hooper, sisters Angie Wiley and Blanche McConnell.

Molsie is survived by daughters Symathia Hooper of Sasakwa, and Tanya Bower and husband Steven of Oklahoma City, sisters Nadine McBeth of Seminole, and Wanda Chaffin of Wewoka, and a host of nieces and nephews that she loved dearly.

A Special Thank You to the nurses and staff of Traditions Home Health Care, Traditions Hospice, the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center and Tracy Langley, her Primary Care Provider.

“All Is Well”. Pallbearers: James Chaffin, Tyler Grabin, Corey Groves, Donnie Groves, Jr., Jay Hill, Jonathan Owl, Toby Perkins.

Honorary Pallbearers: Allen Bellmyer, Steven Bower, Harry Claytor, Jason Claytor, Carson Edwards, Joe Gatewood, Hunter Grabin, Scott Hill.