LeCrisha Ruth Seabolt

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LeCrisha Ruth Seabolt

1942 - 2019

LeCrisha Ruth Seabolt LeCrisha Ruth Seabolt, Fort Gibson resident went to be with her Lord on Sunday February 10, 2019. She was 76 years of age.

LeCrisha was born February 12, 1942 in Muskogee, the daughter of Frank West and Myrta (Pitts) West. She grew up and attended school in Muskogee. LeCrisha worked for Brockway Glass in Muskogee, and retired as an Inspector at age 55 with over 30 years of service.

On September 9, 1994 she was married to Harland J. Seabolt in Harrison, AR. The couple made their home in Fort Gibson. She enjoyed going to arts and crafts fairs, antique shops, and car shows. She loved to cook, and her favorite times were spent with her family and friends.

Surviving are her husband Harland of the home; her sister Sue Barnes and husband Mark; her brother David Kerr and wife Donna; step children Valerie Quinn, Harley J. Seabolt, Dallas Seabolt, Donna Brave and Shannon Jo Cook. Also surviving are many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends to cherish her memory. She was preceded in death by her parents, step-father Delos W. Kerr, brother Jesse Dennis West, son William L (Billy) Murray, grandson Christopher Moody Sr, a step daughter Tracy Carey, and her dearest friend Judy Cook.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am Thursday, February 14, 2019 at First Free Will Baptist Church in Fort Gibson with Pastor Tommy Honeycutt officiating. Serving as pallbearers, will be Mike Tackett, Bruce Young, Austin Smythe, Tom Calhoun, Ethan Kaopi, and Dillon Kerr. Interment will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery in Muskogee under the direction of Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home of Fort Gibson. Viewing will be Wednesday from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm at the funeral home.
Published on February 12, 2019
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