Lois Marie Street


Lois Marie (Brown) Street passed away on May 20, 2019. She was born Dec. 23, 1926, in Oklahoma City, Okla. Lois was the daughter of Roland and Georgianna Brown and a lifetime resident of Oklahoma City. She graduated from Classen High School in Oklahoma City and later attended the University of Oklahoma. Lois was married to John Gray Street for 63 years.
Lois was a homemaker and community volunteer. She and John were long time members of Quail Creek Country Club where she spent many hours playing golf and Bridge. Lois enjoyed cooking and entertaining for friends and family. Some of Lois's many accomplishments were docent for the Cowboy Hall of Fame, member of Oklahoma City Hospitality Club, leader for Camp Fire and Cub Scouts. She was a volunteer for Mercy Hospital for 25 years and a member of Criterion Book Club and Acorn Book Club. Lois was an active member of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church and previous member of First Presbyterian of OKC.
Lois's passion was her family. She will be remembered by family and numerous friends as a gracious and supportive friend. They will miss her parties, gatherings and great food.
Lois was preceded in death by her husband, John and son, Todd.
She is survived by children, Madelynn Bartley and husband, Gary of Edmond, Okla.; Joe Street and wife, Laura of Amarillo, Texas; and Carol Alkin and husband, Martin of Tucson, Ariz. Her legacy also includes six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
A private family service will be held in remembrance.
The family would like to thank Good Shepherd Hospice and Brittany Tatum for their loving care.
Donations can be made in her honor to the Alzheimer's Foundation of Oklahoma or American Heart Association.
Services under the direction of Matthews Funeral Home, Edmond.
Published on May 22, 2019
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