Carolyn Sue McVicker, born to Thurman Lee and Rose May Jones on November 23, 1942, in Oklahoma City, passed peacefully to Heaven in her home with her husband of 53 years, Larry Joe McVicker, at her side. Carolyn Sue was raised in Oklahoma City and attended Capitol Hill High School, Class of 1960. Carolyn was previously married to Billy Jordan, and they had a daughter, Sherri Lynn Jordan. During that time, she worked as a secretary and bookkeeper for John Brown and at JC Penney.
After their divorce in 1967, she met her husband, Larry. They married May 24, 1968, and were never apart from their very first date on. They had two sons, Eric and Steven McVicker. She worked with her husband Larry in their electrical contracting business as a secretary for 25 years, before they both retired and took to traveling the world. She briefly owned a gift shop in Mustang, Oklahoma, called Memories. Carolyn especially enjoyed her family and friends. She never met a stranger and made many friends whom she loved dearly. She enjoyed fishing, traveling, and just being with people and her pets.
Carolyn was preceded in death by her grandparents, her father, Thurman Jones, and stepmother Irene Jones, her mother, Rose Housman, and stepfather Gale Housman, her sister, Roselee Green, and brother, James Jones, her daughter, Sherri Lynn Richardson, and son-in-law, Ken Richardson, her brothers-in-law, Francis McVicker and Richard McVicker.
She is survived by her husband, Larry McVicker, of the home; her two cherished sons, Eric McVicker, and Steven McVicker, both of Tuttle, Oklahoma; her cherished niece, Vickie and Mike Brownlee; her sisters-in-law, Elizabeth McVicker, and Beverly McVicker; her grandson, Michael Richardson and wife Madison, and her granddaughter, Taylor Otley and husband Taylor; her great-granddaughter August Richardson, and great-grandsons Daniel and Grant Richardson, and Phoenix Otley; her very close stepsister, Brenda Morris, who was a close sister and friend for over 63 years; two half-brothers, Glen and Terry Jones, both of Oklahoma City, and her entire family. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, whom she loved dearly.
Carolyn Sue dearly loved America and salutes all of the military that served and is serving this great nation. At the conclusion of services here, there will be a speedy, escorted travel to Chapel Hill cemetery, located at 8701 NW Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73162. Following graveside service, the family reception room, located just inside Chapel Hill funeral home, is open for family and friends to visit and enjoy beverages and hors d'oeuvres. Tables, chairs and restrooms will be available. Please be happy and rejoice Carolyns passing on to heaven.