A Wake Service and Visitation will be held from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at the Octavia Baptist Church in Smithville, OK.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, August 21, 2020, also at the Octavia Baptist Church.
Services are under the direction of Brumley Funeral Home in Broken Bow, OK.
Lisa K. Harjo-Wesley was beckoned to her heavenly home on Sat., August 15, 2020. She resided in Smithville, OK, where she lived most of her life. She was born on February 5, 1960 in Okmulgee, OK, to the late Ramona Wilson-Harjo and Rev. Josh L. Harjo. Her mat. grandparents were Carrie Johnson-Wilson and Rev. Noah Carlo Wilson and pat. grandparents, Hinney Simmers-Harjo and Rev. Dave Harjo. She is survived by her husband, the love of her life, Bennie J. Wesley and their children: Kayla Renee Wesley of the home and Cara Ann Harjo & J.R. Doctor of Jenks; Bethany Wesley; Todd & Sarah Wesley and Haleigh Wesley of Broken Bow. Their grandchildren are Lo-cv & Hiahni Williams, Jace Doctor, Kynadi & Xavier Walker; Addison & Kendall Wesley. Preceeding her in death, her mother, Ramona Christina Harjo and her grandparents. Lisa graduated from OSU Technology College - Okmulgee in 1983 with an Accounting Degree. She was employed with Choctaw Nation for 29 years and retired early in October 2018 as Manager of the Contract Health Section of the Health Care System in Talihina. She loved her work serving Chahta people and appreciated her staff. Lisa loved being the family photographer, eating out, fishing with Kayla, cooking for all her family (who all especially loved her biscuits). She loved listening to old school music and was an avid fan of OSU Cowboys. She particularly enjoyed spending time with BJ, her girls, the grandbabies, her Dad, family and friends. She also took pride in watching their sport games. Lisa was a devout Christian and a member of Woodland Indian Baptist Church in Bethel. She was actively involved in her church and volunteered her time at the I.B.M. (Indian Baptist Missions) Campground in Canadian till her health declined. Her family will always remember, love and cherish memories of her.
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