Glenna Dean "Deanne" Delametter (1928 - 2013)

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Glenna Dean (Deanne) Delametter, 85, of Miami, Okla. was born Jan. 1, 1928 in Parsons, Kan., a daughter of James A. and Ruby E. Thompson. Deanne was the New Years Day Baby of 1928 in Parsons. Deanne passed from this life very peacefully in the early morning of Jan. 20, 2013. Deanne was the loving wife to Charles Jackson (Jack) Delametter for more than 50 years. Jack preceded her in death in 1999. Deanne and Jack raised four wonderful children, Charlotte McKeon, Gretchen Delametter, Marc Delametter, and Mary Bustos. Both Deanne and Jack spent their entire marriage caring for each other, their children, friends, and family. During her life Deanne worked for the Chamber of Commerce in Corpus Christi, Texas and the Chamber of Commerce in New Braunfels, Texas. Her career also extended to work for Phillips Petroleum Company, the Bartlesville Education Service Center and Tri-County Vo-Tech School, all in Bartlesville, Okla. Deanne loved to read and learn. Even in her last years of life she was known to read three or four books a week. After Jack's death in 1999 Deanne made extended visits to all her children. In addition to these extended visits one of her favorite past times was taking short trips with her brother Richard Thompson to visit distant relatives, catching up on long lost family history. Deanne lived a full and wonderful life constantly surrounded by family and friends. One of Deanne's many strengths was her ability to make friends easily. In one evening or at one event she could easily turn any acquaintance into a life long friend. Deanne loved spending time with her kids, grand children, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
Deanne was preceded in death by her parents James A. and Ruby E. Thompson, her husband Jack, and her sister Anita Vanbeber.
Deanne is survived by her brother Richard Thompson (wife Marilyn) of Tulsa and their two children, Gary Thompson and Julia Christman. She is survived by her four children: Charlotte McKeon (husband Winston) of Welch; Gretchen Delametter (fiancée Tom Glossinger) of North Carolina; Marc Delametter (wife Beth) of Tulsa; and Mary Bustos (husband David) of New Mexico, nine grandchildren: Heidi Cranor, Gabriel DeLosSantos (wife Angel), Bernie Fox (wife Tina), Cori Sexton (husband Kamus), Justin Bustos, Cailin Bustos, D.J. Bustos, Jackson Delametter, Benjamin Delametter, ten great grandchildren: Sarah Brown (husband Bradley), Hannah Cranor, Melody Cranor, Isaac Cranor, Jaydon DeLosSantos, Jacob DeLosSantos, Lillian Fox, Dillan Fox, Blaine Sexton, and Ethan Sexton.
Memorial Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 at the Welch Methodist Church. Mail condolences to Marc Delametter, 2975 E. 45th Place, Tulsa, Okla. 74105. Email condolences to">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">">"
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