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Phyllis Ann Crane, 84, of Spavinaw, passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2023 in Pryor, Oklahoma. Our Mother was our Rock. She gave us structure, wisdom and advice to carry with us and be who we are today. Mother loved her children. She loved living "in paradise" where she enjoyed helping Terry and Cindy with the yard work and watch her beautiful flowers bloom. She enjoyed her puzzle books and watching jeopardy to keep her mind busy. Mother would talk for a week about her and Terry loading up and enjoying Sunday drives down the backroads of Oklahoma and Missouri where she was raised and where she raised us kids. Mother enjoyed Anthony's visits and looked forward to see what beautiful gift Becky sent her. She told us all about her childhood and the good ol days with her cousins. She looked forward to Donnie and Frankie's phone calls. Mother loved to hear about Shawna's bargain shopping and hearing about all of her travels and adventures. Reta was always in her thoughts and prayers. She loved hearing about her grandchildren's accomplishments. Some of our fondest memories of Mother had to do with food. She was a wonderful cook and loved to make a good feast for all of us to gather around and enjoy while Terry and Anthony fulfilled her son - do list. Mother was a one-of-a-kind mother who will be missed and lots of tears will be shed for her as the memories are spoke of.
No formal services will be held at this time.
Phyllis is survived by her sons, Don Goins and wife Margaret of Grove, Oklahoma, Anthony Goins and wife Becky of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, Terry Goins and wife Lucinda of Spavinaw, Oklahoma and Frankie Fields of Grove, Oklahoma; daughter, Shawna Goins of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; brother, Frank Shepherd and wife Sharon of Grove, Oklahoma; sister, Connie Messmore of Grove, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Robyn Ann, Chad, Ryan, Lucy, Little Frank, Riley, Brittany, Joseph, and Skyler; great grandchildren, Katie Marie, Hunter, and Lily. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, Eddy Crane, and sister, Susan Gooding.
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