August 24, 1939 - November 1, 2012
CletaÂ Jayne Martin 73 of Tulsa, Oklahoma.Â CletaÂ died on November 1, 2012 in Tulsa.Â She was born August 24, 1939Â in Tulsa and was the daughter of Fent and Helen McCrackin.Â Â Cleta was a graduate of Tulsa Central High School.Â She held membership in the Eastern Star forÂ many years.Â Cleta enjoyed roller skating, where she excelled, competing in both singles and pairs competition, where she won numerous awards and earned 14 medals and trophy in figure roller skating.Â She also enjoyed traveling, being outdoors, shopping, and dining out.Â Cleta also loved music, playing piano and the organ, and played piano for Hale Baptist Church and Glenwood Baptist Church.Â She completed trade school and worked for Sinclair Oil, North American Aviation and worked at Sunoco, starting in the key punch department.Â She worked as a supervisorÂ i n the key punch department, and retired from Sunoco after many years of dedicated service.Â Cleta was exceptionally proud of her attendance record at Sunoco and received an award for many years of perfect attendance.Â She was preceded by her husband John Dale Martin, and her brother Dennis LindleÂ McCrackin.Â She is survived by her daughter and son â??in-law Trena and Mike Person, granddaughters, Kealy Ranae Person and Brandi Marie Person.Â Family to receive friends from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday November 4, 2012 at the funeral Home.Â Funeral Services areÂ 1 p.m. Monday at the Glenwood Baptist Church with interment in Floral Haven MemorialÂ Gardens.Â In lieu of flowers friends are ask to contribute to the Church.
CletaÂ Jayne Martin 73 of Tulsa, Oklahoma.Â CletaÂ died on November 1, 2012 in Tulsa.Â She was born August 24, 1939Â in Tulsa and was the daughter of Fent and Helen McCrackin.Â Â Cleta was a graduate of Tulsa Central High School.Â She... View Obituary & Service Information
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