, Muskogee, OK


August 27, 2013

Kathryn Woodard-Prevost


Kathryn Woodard-Prevost passed this life at the age of 78, on Friday, August 23, 2013 in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She was born to Lucian L. and Margaret G. (Hill) Woodard on December 29, 1934 in Haskell, Oklahoma. Kathryn moved to California after graduating from Muskogee Public Schools in 1953 and returned to the Muskogee area in 1969 and worked at AT&T until her retirement in 1990. She enjoyed meeting her friends often for luncheons and spending a lot of time engulfed in her favorite books. Kathryn had a talent for crocheting, loved caring for her plants and flowers, and enjoyed her volunteer work. She assisted meals on wheels for over 20 years, and aided the First Presbyterian Church food pantry program.

Kathryn was preceded in death by her parents and Husband James Dale Prevost.

She is survived by two sons; David Tuttle of Muskogee, Michael Prevost and wife Patty of Tulsa, and three daughters; Sharon Stone and husband John, Debi Wright, Marsha Cole, and one brother; Howard Woodard and wife Dorothy all of Muskogee, eight grandchildren; Jeremy, Tara, Brandi, Michael, Will, Nicole, Shawn, and Skip, eleven great grandchildren, one great great grandchild and her best friend Sheryl Likes.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday August 29, 2013 at the Grace Episcopal Church in Muskogee. Service and arrangements are under the direction of Shipman’s Muskogee Cremation Funeral & Service.

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