LOVE COUNTY — Graveside services for Victoria “Vicki” Lee (White) Cox, 62, of Ardmore are scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at Oswalt Cemetery with Bro. Johnny Tynes officiating. Services are under the care and direction of Alexander Funeral Home of Wilson.

Vicki was born on April 6, 1955, in Alhambra, Calif., to the late Kenneth Lee White and Maxine Louise (Sirmon) White. She departed from this life on Sunday, May 14, 2017, in Oklahoma City.

Vicki was raised in Wilson graduating Wilson High School in 1973. She married the love of her life, Terry Cox on June 28, 1974, in Wilson. They moved to Durant where they both attended college. Vicki received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. They moved back to this area residing in Ardmore. Vicki gained employment at the Plainview Schools where she taught school for 30 years. She fully retired in 2015. Vicki loved to travel, attending her grandchildren’s ballgames and being with her family.

Preceding her in death were her parents; stepfather, Hurshel Austin; and sister, Deborah White.

Vicki is survived by her husband of 43 years, Terry of the home; daughters, Amanda Quick and husband, Travis, of Ardmore and their children, Truett, Talon and Addelyn and Candice Ryan and husband, Paul, of Ardmore and their daughter, Avery; her faithful schnauzer, Bodi; brothers, Doug White and wife, Lynne, of Ringling, Kirk White of Wilson, Hurshel Austin Jr. of Wilson and Paul Austin and wife, Jennifer, of Ft. Worth; sister, Roxann Heath and husband, Bob, of Bedford, Texas; brother-in-law, Jim White of Euless, Texas; and numerous other family and friends.

Casket bearers will be Jeff Hall, Shane Cox, Chad Cox, Tommy Tucker, Eli Wharton and Colton Hall.

Honorary bearers will be Jerry Walker, Larry Twyford and Jug Garrett.

A family visitation is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. this evening at Alexander Funeral Home in Wilson.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to C Sara Foundation/Sara’s Project, 816 16th Ave. NW, Ardmore, OK 73401.

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