Carolyn Diane Creecy, “CC,” 58, of Bethany, OK went to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 after a courageous battle with a long illness. Carolyn was born on May 9th, 1961 in Ponca City, OK to Kenneth & Temperance (Arnold) Peace. Temperance was later married to Roger Creecy, & together, they raised their beautiful daughter. Carolyn completed the majority of her secondary education in Guthrie, OK. She graduated from Frederick High School in Frederick, OK in 1979 & went on to attend Oklahoma State University. She was employed by Career Systems Development Corporation where she was chosen to receive The Above & Beyond Award for Outstanding Performance in December 2018. Carolyn was known for her daring sense of humor. She was a champion of women. She loved music & art. She had the ability to lift others up by saying things like, “Soar like a hawk, friend. Don’t be like all the chickens in the world.” She was the life of every family get together, thoughtful & caring in gift giving, & determined to put her family before any need of her own. She loved her family deeply & completely & will be deeply & completely missed by them. Carolyn was preceded in death by Kenneth Peace, grandmother (Mimi) Maryann Newland Arnold, grandparents Bert and Mary (Culver) Peace, & beloved cousins Curtis Hewes and Lisbeth Lemert. She leaves behind her parents, Roger & Temperance Ellen Creecy, brother & sister-in-law, David & Janelle Creecy, sister Jennifer Creecy, aunt Carol Mattoon, uncle & aunt Abner & Ann (Arnold) Lemert, nephews Joshua McSperritt & Colby Peters, & cousins Leslie Lemert, Todd Matoon, his wife Shonda & their son Parker, & Karen Hewes along with many loving friends & coworkers. She also leaves behind her beloved dogs, Mosby & Newland, who will cared for by her family. A memorial service for Carolyn will be held on June 8th at 1pm at Emmaus Baptist Church 16001 S Western Ave, OKC, OK 73170 with a gathering for friends & family in the fellowship hall immediately after the memorial services. In Lieu of flowers please make donations to Curbside Chronicles of the Homeless Alliance or to the Lupus Foundation.

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