Wendy Jo Chamberlain

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Wendy Jo Chamberlain

Ardmore - "Heavenly Father You Have Wendy in Your Mighty Hands". Thousands and Thousands of people have prayed this last month for a miracle. Miracles did happen, miracles have happened and miracles will continue to happen. The first miracle in this story happened on May 11, 1971 when Wendy took her first breath into this world in Mooreland, Oklahoma. The miracles continued daily throughout her life and thousands of people were touched and impacted daily by her pure innocent heart and soul. Wendy's body left this earth on November 20, 2021 in Oklahoma City with her best friend, her soulmate and the love of her life by her side. Wendy is preceded in death by her grandparents Bill and Jean Roberts of Loco, Oklahoma, Edgar and Cleo Stowers of Madill, Oklahoma and Father-in-law Dan Chamberlain of Yukon, Oklahoma.

Wendy is survived by her husband Steve Chamberlain of Ardmore, Oklahoma, parents; Joe and Barbara Roberts of Ringling, Oklahoma, son; and daughter-in-law and precious granddaughters Burke, Hillary, Penelope and Isabella Berry of Ringling, Oklahoma, stepchildren; Chase Chamberlain of Ada, Oklahoma, Paige and Creed Chamberlain of Stratford, Oklahoma, sister and brother-in-law; Marian and Greg McMahan of Tulsa, Oklahoma, nieces and nephews; Ace and Kylie McMahan, Joe and Racie Dighton of Yukon, Oklahoma, brothers and sister-in-laws; Clint and Deb Chamberlain of Yukon, Oklahoma, Trace and Dixie Chamberlain of Lafayette, Louisiana. Wendy had so many earthly accomplishments throughout her life. She lived in Ringling, Oklahoma almost all of her entire life before graduating from Ringling High School in 1989. She attended Cooke County College on a music scholarship. She then transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State University and was a member of the show choir and the Corvettes. She was able to travel to New Zealand, Australia, Hawaii and Chicago performing. Wendy decided to change direction in her career and become a beautician. She completed beauty school in Ardmore, Oklahoma and then opened her own salon in Duncan, Oklahoma. Wendy then continued her beautician career by attending Aladdin Beauty School in Duncan, Oklahoma and became an instructor. After several years as a beautician she decided to return to college and continue her education at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma where she completed her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. During her time at Cameron she worked in the Little Theatre and the Cameron Music Theatre and performed in many performances during her time there.

After graduating from Cameron University, Wendy moved to the Ardmore, Oklahoma area and worked in several local restaurants as a server. Many of you may know Wendy from that time. She may have served many of you at Two Frogs Grill, Budros, Dornick Hill Country Club or Café Alley. While working at Café Alley, Wendy was able to make her way back into her world of music by doing private lessons for music therapy and realized this was her true passion. She then worked for the Methodist Pre-School as the music teacher and then went on to work at Oak Hall Episcopal School as their music teacher. She finished her career on this earth at Plainview Elementary School as the music teacher. During all this period, Wendy was actively involved with the Goddard Center and the Ardmore Little Theatre where she directed many performances and performed in many musicals and plays. My love, my princess as I finish writing this, I miss holding you so much. You are in my heart and soul. You will always be with me. I will see you soon. Funeral services will be Saturday, November 27, 2021, 11:00 AM at the First Baptist Church in Ringling, Oklahoma with Pastor Mike Williams and Clint Chamberlain officiating. Interment will be at Ringling Cemetery. Visitation for family and friends will be Friday from 3-6 PM at Craddock Funeral Home in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Pallbearers will be Ace McMahan, Joe Dighton, Tony Kahle, Mark Morris, Trace Chamberlain, Clint Chamberlain and Burke Berry. Online condolences may be made at craddockfuneralhome.com.

Posted online on November 22, 2021

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Wendy Jo Chamberlain

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Wendy Jo Chamberlain

Ardmore - "Heavenly Father You Have Wendy in Your Mighty Hands". Thousands and Thousands of people have prayed this last month for a miracle. Miracles did happen, miracles have happened and miracles will continue to happen. The first miracle in this story happened on May 11, 1971 when Wendy took her first breath into this world in Mooreland, Oklahoma. The miracles continued daily throughout her life and thousands of people were touched and impacted daily by her pure innocent heart and soul. Wendy's body left this earth on November 20, 2021 in Oklahoma City with her best friend, her soulmate and the love of her life by her side. Wendy is preceded in death by her grandparents Bill and Jean Roberts of Loco, Oklahoma, Edgar and Cleo Stowers of Madill, Oklahoma and Father-in-law Dan Chamberlain of Yukon, Oklahoma.

Wendy is survived by her husband Steve Chamberlain of Ardmore, Oklahoma, parents; Joe and Barbara Roberts of Ringling, Oklahoma, son; and daughter-in-law and precious granddaughters Burke, Hillary, Penelope and Isabella Berry of Ringling, Oklahoma, stepchildren; Chase Chamberlain of Ada, Oklahoma, Paige and Creed Chamberlain of Stratford, Oklahoma, sister and brother-in-law; Marian and Greg McMahan of Tulsa, Oklahoma, nieces and nephews; Ace and Kylie McMahan, Joe and Racie Dighton of Yukon, Oklahoma, brothers and sister-in-laws; Clint and Deb Chamberlain of Yukon, Oklahoma, Trace and Dixie Chamberlain of Lafayette, Louisiana. Wendy had so many earthly accomplishments throughout her life. She lived in Ringling, Oklahoma almost all of her entire life before graduating from Ringling High School in 1989. She attended Cooke County College on a music scholarship. She then transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State University and was a member of the show choir and the Corvettes. She was able to travel to New Zealand, Australia, Hawaii and Chicago performing. Wendy decided to change direction in her career and become a beautician. She completed beauty school in Ardmore, Oklahoma and then opened her own salon in Duncan, Oklahoma. Wendy then continued her beautician career by attending Aladdin Beauty School in Duncan, Oklahoma and became an instructor. After several years as a beautician she decided to return to college and continue her education at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma where she completed her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. During her time at Cameron she worked in the Little Theatre and the Cameron Music Theatre and performed in many performances during her time there.

After graduating from Cameron University, Wendy moved to the Ardmore, Oklahoma area and worked in several local restaurants as a server. Many of you may know Wendy from that time. She may have served many of you at Two Frogs Grill, Budros, Dornick Hill Country Club or Café Alley. While working at Café Alley, Wendy was able to make her way back into her world of music by doing private lessons for music therapy and realized this was her true passion. She then worked for the Methodist Pre-School as the music teacher and then went on to work at Oak Hall Episcopal School as their music teacher. She finished her career on this earth at Plainview Elementary School as the music teacher. During all this period, Wendy was actively involved with the Goddard Center and the Ardmore Little Theatre where she directed many performances and performed in many musicals and plays. My love, my princess as I finish writing this, I miss holding you so much. You are in my heart and soul. You will always be with me. I will see you soon. Funeral services will be Saturday, November 27, 2021, 11:00 AM at the First Baptist Church in Ringling, Oklahoma with Pastor Mike Williams and Clint Chamberlain officiating. Interment will be at Ringling Cemetery. Visitation for family and friends will be Friday from 3-6 PM at Craddock Funeral Home in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Pallbearers will be Ace McMahan, Joe Dighton, Tony Kahle, Mark Morris, Trace Chamberlain, Clint Chamberlain and Burke Berry. Online condolences may be made at craddockfuneralhome.com.

Posted online on November 22, 2021