August 22, 2013

Dorothy Helen Trammell Franklin

— Funeral Services for Dorothy Helen Trammell Franklin, 82, of Chickasha, will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, August 26, 2013, in the Bible Baptist Church with Pat Wilbourne and Ed Whitley officiating.

Dorothy Helen Trammell Franklin was born in Rush Springs, Oklahoma, on January 27, 1931, the daughter of William and Helen Pierce Jones. She died Thursday, August 22, 2013, in Chickasha.

Dorothy grew up and attended school in the Rush Springs area.

She married Lee Roy Trammell July 29, 1947, and from this union received six children. She later married Ottis Lee Franklin receiving one child from this union.

Dorothy retired from Pet Milk in 1995, and later worked for Chickasha Public Schools retiring in 2009.

She loved spending time with her family, traveling, music, sewing, and always looked forward to her monthly family dinner with her brothers and sisters.

She was preceded in death by: both parents, husband; Lee Roy Trammell, Husband; Ottis Lee Franklin, two sons; Darrell Trammell and David Roy Trammell, daughter; Virginia Carlene Haner, step daughter; Valerie Franklin, grandson; Donald Anthony Jr. daughter in law; Dolores Trammell, brothers; Charlie Monroe & wife Dorothy, Red and wife Alice and Allen Jones, brother in law; Dwain Johnson.

Survivors include: four sons; Denny Lee Trammell, Dan “Punkin” Trammell & wife Tammie, Donald “Blue” Trammell and wife Mary all of Chickasha, and Douglas Trammell & wife Cheryl of Rush Springs, two daughters; Dorothy Diana Miller & husband Davey of Rush Springs and Christina Leann Williams & husband Scottie of Marlow, step daughter; Claudette Hosapple & husband Mike, of Oklahoma City, step son; Terry Franklin and wife Lizzy of Louisiana, twenty-seven grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and other family and friends.

Interment will be in the Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home.

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