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Susan Roberta McMakin, 10:00 AM, Friday, January 10, 201408-Jan-2014
Sue was born on July 16, 1946 in Capital Hill, Oklahoma to Eunice (Funk) Griffin and Clayton C. Funk. She graduated from Moore High School in 1964. Sue married Leo Patrick McMakin on September 4, 1964 in Moore, Oklahoma.
They had three children together Karen, Shawn, and Patty. They owned and operated M&M Cycles in Moore from 1972-1982. She started working for Moore Public Schools in 1974 as a bus driver and in 1981 took a position in the publications department where she continued to work until the day of her death. Sue was involved in Campfire Girls and enjoyed working as a campfire leader. She served as State ESPO (Education Support Personnel of Oklahoma) President from 1988 – 2007 and Moore ESPO Chapter President from 2000 - 2013. Sue had been a member of Regency Park Baptist Church and was very involved with youth ministries. She enjoyed hobbies such as painting, craft projects, and camping. Her greatest love was spending time with her family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Clayton C. Funk, Stepmother, Judy Funk, and stepbrother, Jerry Griffin.
She is survived by her mother Eunice Griffin and husband Leroy, brother Ron Funk and wife Alice, her children Karen McMakin Winkler and husband David, Shawn McMakin and wife Terry, and Patty McMakin, grandchildren Erin, Sarah, Jessica and husband Blake, and Emily, great grandchildren Tyler, Benjamin, Blake, and Skyler, Stepbrothers Steve Griffin and wife Mandy and Dennis Griffin, as well as numerous other family members and friends.
A celebration of Sue’s life will be on Friday, January 10, 2014 at 10:00 am at University Christian Church, 616 Bud Wilkinson Drive, Norman, Oklahoma. Graveside services to follow at City Of Moore cemetery.
There will be a viewing on Thursday, January 9, 2014 from 11:00 am-9:00 pm at John Ireland Funeral Home , 120 South Broadway, Moore, Oklahoma.
Please send flowers to funeral home. Sue lived her life with this motto: “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass…it’s learning to dance in the rain.”