Deborah Dianne Dick
”1953 - 2018”

    Deborah Dianne Dick

    We understand death only after it has placed its hands on someone we love.
      Anne L. de Stael

      Deborah Dianne Dick
      65, of Miami, OK passed away Monday, September 17, 2018 at Integris Miami Hospital in
      Miami, OK. Deborah was born June 17, 1953 in Claremore, OK to Herman and
      Helen (Whitetree) Dick.
      She graduated from Grand Prairie High School in Grand Prairie, TX. She had lived in
      Miami since 1995 moving from Grand Prairie.Deborah was an account specialist at the
      Army-Air Force Exchange Service in Texas and she worked for Peoria Housing Authority
      after moving to Miami.
      She was a member of Fairview Baptist Church in Grand Prairie and she was a member
      of the Seneca-Cayuga and Shawnee and Delaware Tribes.
      She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, Gary Dick and 2 sisters,
      Rita Daugomah and Sharon Dick.
      Deborah is survived by 2 sons, Damon Dick and wife Olivia of Little Rock, AR and
      Tali Nokni Willis of Miami, OK, 1 daughter, Marissa Deanne Sisco and husband Dennis
      of Miami, OK, 1 brother, Brian Dick of Wyandotte, OK, 1 sister, Kimberly Kortgast
      of Arlington, TX and 4 grandchildren.
      Services will be 1:00 p.m. Thursday, September 20, 2018 at the Ottawa-Peoria
      Community Building in Miami, OK with Wayne Blalock officiating. Interment
      will follow in Lewis Shawnee Cemetery in White Oak, OK with Dude Blalock, Brad Dick,
      Jason Dollarhide, Jason Daugomah, Bobby Daugomah, Sr., Bobby Daugomah, Jr.,
      Cory Walker and Ryan Owens serving as pallbearers. Deborah will lie in state
      at the Ottawa-Peoria Community Building beginning at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday,
      September 19. Services have been placed in the care of Paul Thomas Funeral Home
      of Miami, OK.
      Resource: Paul Thomas Funeral Home

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