Deborah K. “Noah” Osage passed from this life October 13, 2020 in Dallas, TX. Deborah was born June 20, 1952, in Talihina, OK, to Pete and Rena (McKinney) Noah.
Deborah was affiliated with the William Anderson United Methodist Church in Hugo, OK, Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church, and the Dallas Indian Revival Center both in Dallas, TX. She loved sports and played softball, soccer, and basketball when she was younger. Deborah enjoyed traveling whether it to the nearest thrift store or a day trip to see her family it didn’t matter she loved to ride, she loved reminiscing her glory days from boarding school where she was loved by many, but first and foremost she loved to sing Choctaw hymns and give glory to her Lord and Savior through reading her Bible and attending Church Services. She was always excited to hear the Gospel.
Deborah was preceded in death by her parents, Pete Noah and Rena Noah; two sisters, Mary Lajean Thorne and Gladys Wood; two brothers, William “Bill” Winship and Pete Noah Jr.; nephews, Teddy Navarro and Jay Bowen; niece, Natalie Wood; uncle, Teddy Ward; and daughter-in-law Kim Schmitz Osage.
Deborah leaves to cherish her memory, to her children, Daniel Cory Osage, of Dallas, and Angel Frazier, and significant other, Alberto Rodriquez Jr, of Dallas; sisters, Leann Roberts, of Mt. Pleasant, and Noakola Bowen, of Hugo; grandchildren, Lauren Swink-Cobb, Danie Osage, Joshua Hernandez, Elijah Hernandez, and Julia Rodriguez; 3 great-grandchildren, Eleanor Cobb, Alexander Cobb, and Cecilia Hernandez; nieces, Samantha Noah, Jerri Ng, Joe Noah Sr., Paul Navarro, Debbie Raper, Dorothy Wood-Potter, Julia Wood, Robin Taylor, and Sabrina Stephens; long with numerous great nephews and nieces, and a host of friends.
A Celebration of Life Service will be Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 11:00AM at the Brumley Funeral Home Chapel, with Patrick Osage & JB Jackson officiating. Burial to follow at McGee Chapel Cemetery.
Wake Service will be Monday, October 19, 2020 from 6-8PM at the funeral home.
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