Neomi Jean Lindsey, 67, a resident of Bristow, Oklahoma passed away on Sunday, June 28th, 2020 at the home of her daughter, Minnie Lindsey in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Neomi Jean Lindsey (Wildcat) born on December 24th, 1952 to Wadie Wildcat and Louannie Whitlow. She was raised in Dustin, Oklahoma and attended Dustin Schools. She then went on to beauty school before moving to Dewar to raise her six children and during that time, she worked at G&H Decoy. After she raised her six children, she relocated to Bristow, Oklahoma to work for Kwikset. She was promoted within the company and got to travel to Mexico to work before choosing to retire to watch her grandchildren. She enjoyed watching her grandchildren, going to yard sales and bingo, watching OU football and making Native American Art, but most importantly, she loved being with family and friends.
Neomi is preceded in death by her parents, 2 grandchildren Jonathan Caywood and Rebecca Lindsey, life companion Bobby Hamm, sister: Mary Shaw and son-in-law: Robby Meadows, stepson; Willie Hamm, and many other beloved family members.
Those left behind to cherish Neomi's memory are:
Danny Lindsey of Dewar, Oklahoma
her six children: Rose Meadows of Dewar, Oklahoma, Melissa (Andrew) Caywood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Denise (Jeremy) Lindsey of Dewar, Oklahoma, Lewis (Angela) Lindsey of Bristow, Oklahoma, Minnie Lindsey of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Jack Lindsey of Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Grandchildren: Andrea, Nicholas, Danny, Vincent, Anthony, Mahaley, Mattie, Cameron, Kella, Kevin, Noah, Clara, Woody, Jaylin, Michael, Addie, Leeland and two grandchildren on their way
seven great-grandchildren and two on their way.
and a host of nieces, nephews and other family members.
Visitation is scheduled for Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 from 3:00PM to 8:00PMt Integrity Chapel all family and friends are welcome to attend.
Funeral Services are scheduled for Thursday July 2, 2020 at 2:00PM at Integrity chapel
Interment will follow at Salt Creek Cemetery (Wilson Community)
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