Why are stories important? How have they shaped our thinking and view of the world? Come follow my stories and see what we have in common. Ducks In My Pool, is about a family of ducks who chose our backyard as a safe place to build their nest. For over ten years ducklings have hatched and swam in our pool. I realized God gave me a metaphor through the ducks to show His love and safety as I trust in Him.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Doris Jean McPherson Gary's Memorial What Will You Leave Behind
Doris Jean McPherson Gary, 76, passed away peacefully with family at her bedside to be with her heavenly father on July 12, 2010 in Oklahoma City. She fought a courageous fight till the end. She was born to W. Oscar and Opal Mae (Short) McPherson on Feb 18, 1934 in Oklahoma County. Doris was a wonderful wife, mother, friend and grandmother. She will be sorely missed by many. She is survived by her husband of 54 years. Orvile M. Gary of Yukon, son, Mike Gary and wife Sharon of Jacksonville, Fl. granddaughter Jenifer Amos and husband Orin and their children Seth and Skyler. Also survived by a grandson, David Gary, daughter-in-law Betty Gary, both of Yukon, sister, Clara Mae McPherson of Bethany, sisters in law Kitty McPherson Kravits of OKC, Dorothy Cooper of Norman, Loretta Courtney and Joy Taylor of Elmore City; brother in law Bobby Gary from Newalla; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and a huge circle of friends. Preceding her in death are her son Kenneth Scotty Gary, brother Harold McPherson, parents and stepmother Bonita McPherson as well as two brothers in law, and two sisters in law. Doris was always giong, nothing would slow her down. She had a very fulfilling life and she touched so many people's lives just by talking with them. She was a very intelligent and wise woman who never met an enemy. She had nothing but lvoe to give. Memorial Service held Friday July 16th @ 10AM at West 10th St. Baptist Church 6732 NW 10th St.