Flossie Fast, who was also known as “Bossy Flossie”, a nickname only people who knew her would understand. In addition of being “Bossy Flossie” she was famously known for being very generous in giving her opinions on matters without a second thought, good or otherwise; something that we never understood the importance of but would later realize. Flossie was born to Ernest Logan and Esther Flossie (Prater) Evans, in Bakersfield, California on January 15th, 1946 and moved all over from California, Arizona, and Oklahoma with her parents and six siblings. She later resided in Oklahoma to raise her kids and two grandkids. Undoubtedly, her life was filled with ups and downs, but she always looked for the positive things in life, always a glass half full person. Her kids and grandkids will remember her sacrificing things for herself so her kids and grandkids could have something better.
Flossie was strong in her Christian Faith, being raised Pentecostal she always kept her faith strong and nearby. She had a love for everything musical, always playing the piano and singing at every chance she could. She always looked forward to getting together with her siblings to play some music, especially at family gatherings where you would always catch them making music together. Observant to a fault and pleased to be entertained, her singular sense of humor and appreciation for the absurd inspired one to look for moments to recount.
She is beloved and remembered by the large number of adored and adoring friends and family, among them are her siblings, Jerry, Jess, and Josette Evans, all of Broken Bow, and Emma Hancock, of Tulsa; her kids, Amanda Bivins, Krystel Hilton, and her husband, Jeff Hilton, Nicholas Tucker, all of Broken Bow, Michelle Bowline, of Idabel, and Valerie Carrillo, of Scottsdale, Arizona; her grandkids, Brian and Jaden Bivins, Andrew Pratt, Cody Schiavo, Skyler Carrillo, Michael Bowline, Casey Evans, Andrew Clouse, Daltin Davis, Katie and Kevin Hilton, Sooner Dean Biffle, and Jashlyn Tucker; and many more nieces, nephews, family, and friends, including Chris, Tony and Lori McDonald, and very close and special friends, Yolanda Garcia, of Scottsdale, and Gina Pate, of Broken Bow.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Esther Evans; her siblings, Alvie Evans, Rosie Thomas, and Violet McDonald; and her late husband, Earl Franklin Fast, Jr.
She laid to rest March 26th, 2021 and is finally at peace. As of her last wishes there will be no viewing, funeral, or graveside services.
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