The Pryor Times


December 29, 2011

Obituary: Kimberle Ann Green

Funeral services for Kimberle Ann Green, 49, Adair, are Saturday at the Adair High School Activity Center. Brother Bill Ferguson will officiate and burial will follow at Ghormley Cemetery, Adair. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chapel.

Green was born Dec. 31, 1961, in Pryor to Dan and Dannie Jean (Carroll) Willcutt. She died Tuesday in Tulsa.

She was a lifetime resident of Adair. She attended Adair Schools and graduated from Adair High School with the class of 1980.  While in school, she was active in all sports. In 1979-80, she was named to All-State in Track. She still holds the state record in the high jump. While her boys were in school, she remained active in all their sport activities including keeping stats for the boys basketball team. She had worked at Adair School as a janitor for 12 years and then went to work in 2003 for GRDA at the coal fire plant. She attended the Church of Christ in Broken Arrow. She was active in all aspects of breast cancer awareness and the Relay For Life. She enjoyed cooking, watching movies and shopping; she was the chauffer for her mother Dannie Jean when they went Christmas shopping. She liked to be outside and would help her father mow and take care of Ghormley Cemetery. Being the middle child with an older and younger brother helped make her the strong person she was. Her family meant everything to her and spending time with them was important to her and to them. She will be missed by many.

Green is survived by three sons, Brandon Green and wife Magan of Claremore, Spencer Green of Adair, Kirby Green and wife Kaycee of Adair; grandchildren Shaylee, Alexandra, Kyler, Kayson; parents Dan and Dannie Jean Willcutt of Adair; brother Roger Willcutt and wife Carla of Pryor; brother Brad Willcutt and wife Brenda of Highlands Ranch, Colo.; grandfather Clinton Carroll and wife Paula of Adair. She was preceded in death by her grandmother Eulalia.

The family will receive relatives and friendsFriday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Stephens Memorial Chapel.

In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made in her memory to either the Mayes County Cancer Support Group or Relay For Life.

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