In memory of
IDA COLBAUGH
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In memory of
IDA COLBAUGH
Ida Louise Colbaugh Nov. 25, 1928 - Oct. 7, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY Louise was born and raised on a farm south of Mountain View, Oklahoma. She had fond mem-ories of her childhood, working and playing with her brothers, sisters, and cousins. After graduating from high school, she moved to Mountain View and got her first job. It was there that she met the love of her life, Roy C. Colbaugh. She said he was "slick", had a shiny car, and mischievous eyes. He asked her to go for a "ride" and that started a romance that lasted over 50 years. They were married May 17th, 1947. For the first few years of marriage, they lived in California and Oregon. They moved back to Oklahoma and settled in South Oklahoma City in the early 50's. Louise was a housewife and full-time mother to their two children, Connie and Royce. After raising her family, she had a very successful working career, retiring from Tinker Air Force Base in 1994. After retire-ment, she started a new career as a hospital volunteer at Hillcrest, St. Anthony, and Community Hospital. She did this for the next 25 years. At age 70, she began painting. She took a few lessons from a friend, Dorothy Killian, and her hobby took off from there. She painted some beautiful pieces and all of her family treasures them. She loved to cook. Every meal was a very special occasion at her house. Louise was preceded in death by her husband, Roy, her parents, Clem and Ida Newirth, her 3 brothers, and 3 sisters. Survived by her daughter, Connie Kinter and husband David of Moore, OK, son, Royce Colbaugh and wife Ann of Montgomery, TX, two grandchildren, Crystal Louise Mikeman and husband Kip of Prosper, TX, Timothy John White and wife Sara of Owasso, OK, 3 great-grandchildren Madison Gilmore and husband Jake of Fort Worth, TX, Garrett White, and Cooper White of Owasso, OK, and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral Services are on Saturday, October 12th, at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel at Resthaven Funeral Home with burial to follow at the Resthaven Memory Gardens.
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In memory of
IDA COLBAUGH
Ida Louise Colbaugh Nov. 25, 1928 - Oct. 7, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY Louise was born and raised on a farm south of Mountain View, Oklahoma. She had fond mem-ories of her childhood, working and playing with her brothers, sisters, and cousins. After graduating from high school, she moved to Mountain View and got her first job. It was there that she met the love of her life, Roy C. Colbaugh. She said he was "slick", had a shiny car, and mischievous eyes. He asked her to go for a "ride" and that started a romance that lasted over 50 years. They were married May 17th, 1947. For the first few years of marriage, they lived in California and Oregon. They moved back to Oklahoma and settled in South Oklahoma City in the early 50's. Louise was a housewife and full-time mother to their two children, Connie and Royce. After raising her family, she had a very successful working career, retiring from Tinker Air Force Base in 1994. After retire-ment, she started a new career as a hospital volunteer at Hillcrest, St. Anthony, and Community Hospital. She did this for the next 25 years. At age 70, she began painting. She took a few lessons from a friend, Dorothy Killian, and her hobby took off from there. She painted some beautiful pieces and all of her family treasures them. She loved to cook. Every meal was a very special occasion at her house. Louise was preceded in death by her husband, Roy, her parents, Clem and Ida Newirth, her 3 brothers, and 3 sisters. Survived by her daughter, Connie Kinter and husband David of Moore, OK, son, Royce Colbaugh and wife Ann of Montgomery, TX, two grandchildren, Crystal Louise Mikeman and husband Kip of Prosper, TX, Timothy John White and wife Sara of Owasso, OK, 3 great-grandchildren Madison Gilmore and husband Jake of Fort Worth, TX, Garrett White, and Cooper White of Owasso, OK, and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral Services are on Saturday, October 12th, at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel at Resthaven Funeral Home with burial to follow at the Resthaven Memory Gardens.
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Oklahoma City, OK 73139
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Bright, fresh, beautiful and just right for an elegant expression of heartfelt sorrow and devastating loss. This classic standing arrangement is constructed by a local FTD artisan florist of hand-selected pink blossoms ranging from pale pastels to deep blushing pink. It includes roses, carnations, stock, cushion pompons, Asiatic and Stargazer lilies and hydrangea beautifully set among a field of lush contrasting greens like aspidistra and ivy vines. It comes with a wooden easel for flexible display options and makes an impressive memorable tribute at a wake, funeral or graveside service. Deluxe is approximately 31"H x 20"W.

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Bright, fresh, beautiful and just right for an elegant expression of heartfelt sorrow and devastating loss. This classic standing arrangement is constructed by a local FTD artisan florist of hand-selected pink blossoms ranging from pale pastels to deep blushing pink. It includes roses, carnations, stock, cushion pompons, Asiatic and Stargazer lilies and hydrangea beautifully set among a field of lush contrasting greens like aspidistra and ivy vines. It comes with a wooden easel for flexible display options and makes an impressive memorable tribute at a wake, funeral or graveside service. Premium is approximately 32"H x 22"W.

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