Lottie Mae Mickle

In Memory Of  Lottie Mae Mickle

Lottie Mae Mickle, age 85, of Wilburton, Oklahoma, passed away Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at the  Mercy Hospital, of Ada, Oklahoma. 

Lottie was born near Damon, Oklahoma on May 2, 1931, a daughter of the late Florence (Brownfield) and Jesse  Turnbow.  She was the youngest of 9 children.  Lottie spent most of he adult life working in cafes in the McAlester and Wilburton areas.  She also owned a couple of cafes through the years.

She was well-known for her baking skills.  In her younger years, she would get requests for her Cherry Cream Pies and Coconut Cream Pits from friends who wanted to purchase them; and everyone loved her fried pies.  While she love baking, and prided herself on having a table filled with food at every gathering, it was the people surrounding that table that meant the most to her.  She deeply loved her children and grandchildren.  If you ask them, they will tell you the greatest gift she gave them was sharing her love and faith in our Lord, closely followed by her unconditional love for her family.

Lottie was a longtime member of Calvary Baptist Church, in Wilburton, Oklahoma. 

Lottie is  survived by: 
Daughter/Son-In-Law:  Judy & Larry McCullough, of Wilburton, Oklahoma. 
Son/Daughter-In-Law:  Michael R. &  Karen Mickle, of Bettendorf, Iowa.
Grandchildren: Tim & Kayla McCullough, of Ada, Oklahoma; David & Alisa McCullough, of Columbus, Nebraska; Stacia & Ian McCune, of Quinton, Oklahoma; Kyle, Kate and Matt Mickle of Bettendorf, Iowa.  
She also survived by 4 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren
Lottie was preceded in death by her parents, 2 brothers, 6 sisters, and her husband, Billy L. Mickle.

Service at Calvary Baptist Church, Wilburton, Oklahoma, at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, January 27, 2017  with Rev. Willard Francis officiating.   Interment to follow at the  Wilburton City Cemetery, Wilburton, Oklahoma.

Pallbearers:  Tim McCullough, David McCullough, Kyle Mickle, Matt Mickle, Kobi Cupps, Logan Powell.  Honorary Pallbearers:  Ian McCune, Jim Thornton.