|Birth: ||Dec. 2, 1916|
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 1987|
Jessie Bratcher, 70, of Norman died the morning of June 17th after an extended illness. Jessie was born December 2, 1916, in Wayne. She was the sixth child born to Louis & Lear Mayfield on December 2, 1916 at Wayne, McClain county Oklahoma. (She had three sisters, one brother, one sibling dying in infancy, and one half sister.) In 1942 she married John Woodrow Bratcher. She and her husband, moved to Washington, Oklahoma in 1945 and had a dairy farm there which they ran for many years, before moving to Norman in 1968. She was a PBX operator at Goddard Health Center, University of Oklahoma, and was a member of Trinity Baptist Church and the Naomi Sunday School Class. Services will be at 2 PM Friday at the Mayes Chapel of remembrance, with the Rev. Dick Martin of Trinity Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be at the Washington cemetery, Washington, Oklahoma. Arrangements are under the direction of a Mayes Funeral Home.
Survivors include two daughters Deloris Givens of Washington and Sharon Womack of Lilburn Georgia; one brother, Charlie Mayfield of Camby, California; and one sister, Sallie Ewing of Norman. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1969, as well as by one brother and two sisters. She was laid to rest next to her husband John in the cemetery at Washington Oklahoma where they rest from their labours until they rise on Resurrection Morning to greet our Risen Lord.
Louis Mayfield (1869 - 1938)
Lear Whiteaker Mayfield (1872 - 1964)
John Woodrow Bratcher (1912 - 1969)*
Lena May Mayfield Maguffee (1890 - 1975)**
Nellie Mayfield Davis (1894 - 1964)*
Julia Ann Huddleston (1899 - 1962)*
Charlie Fowler Mayfield (1903 - 1988)*
Sallie Lucinda Mayfield Ewing (1907 - 2001)*
Jessie Otis Mayfield Bratcher (1916 - 1987)
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Little did we know that morning God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, In death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone. For part of us went with you, The day God called you home. You left us peacef...(Read more)|
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Your memory is my keepsake, With which I will never part. God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart.|
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On the Resurrection morning, Soul and body meet again; No more sorrow, No more weeping, No more pain! Here awhile they must be parted, And the flesh its Sabbath keep, Waiting in a holy stillness, Wrapt in sleep. For a while the wearied body, Lies with fee...(Read more)|
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