, Muskogee, OK


November 13, 2012

Angela Dawn Phillips Lietch

1961 - 2012

Angela Dawn Phillips Lietch or better known as "Nanna", was born on January 9th, 1961 in Muskogee, OK. She was taken suddenly from us on November 10, 2012 after being involved in an automobile accident.

Angie is preceded in death by her parents, Frankie Jean Chapman Phillips and Charles Kenneth Phillips III; and one brother Gregory Wayne Phillips. Angie is survived by her husband, Steve Lietch of the home in Warner; daughter Amy Swimmer and husband Joe of Warner, daughter Amanda Lynne Kauk of Ada, son Steven Lietch of Sapulpa, son Patrick Lietch of the home, and daughter Flossie Lietch of the home. Angie also had many "adopted" kids in the community that are too numerous to name. Angie also leaves behind her Mother, Mona Phillips of Warner; brother Chuckie Phillips of Warner; sister Glenna Lewis and husband Johnny; grandmother Lorea Phillips of Muskogee; and also the joys of her life, her grandchildren, Breonna, Merci, and Memphis Swimmer.

Though her stay with us has been cut short, Angie lived her life to the fullest extent possible. She loved working outside in her yard and her neighbors were always delighted with the benefits of her garden. She also made weekly rounds to many in town delivering eggs from her chickens. About this time of year, she was beginning her list to start making her "world-famous" Christmas candy. Angie was definitely blessed with the "gift of gab" from her Daddy, Charles. Since beginning back to work at Pebbles again, her "adopted family" continued to grow as she became a great counselor to many in the community. She was not only a great talker, but a great listener as well. It was like she had a way of opening up your soul. The most important thing to Angie was her family. It didn't matter what she was doing, whether it be cooking, working in the yard, or out messing with the cows she was never found alone. Her family was definitely her pride and joy. Angie had many trials and tribulations through her lifetime, but was in a good place in her life. Her hardships made her the determined and optimistic person that she was. She prayed every day and had a personal relationship with God. Her favorite book of the Bible was Corinthians. 1 Corinthians 13:13 says that "So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love."

Visitation will be Wednesday, November 14 from 1-7pm at Shipman's Muskogee Cremation & Funeral Services. Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm Thursday, November 15, 2012 at First Baptist Church in Warner, OK. Interment will follow at Elm Grove Cemetery with Steven Lietch, Patrick Lietch, Cheeto Morris, Trevor Swimmer, Stanley Medlin, Eddie Moore serving as Pallbearers.

Honorary Pallbearers are Timothy Ary, Jimmy Chambers, Brown Chesser, Brent Edwards, Johnny Lewis, J.B. Herriman, Bobby Herriman, Junior Nichols. Arrangements are entrusted to Hibbs Funeral Home.


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