Katherine Lee (Hall) Proud

Katherine Lee (Hall) Proud


Katherine Lee (Hall) Proud, 62, of Cookson, OK, passed away at OSU Tulsa Hospital on June 11, 2020. Kathy was born on April 1, 1958 to Chester and Kay Hall in Tulsa, OK. Kathy was a graduate of Will Rogers High School, class of 1976. She lived and loved the same way – passionately. Kathy enjoyed spending her days in the sun at the lake with her husband Les. During the final years of her life, Kathy’s favorite memories were spent playing games and loving on her grandchildren, they were four of the greatest joys of her life. Kathy was preceded in death by her mother, Kay Hall and her father Chester Hall. She was also preceded in death by her cherished sister Rose Marie Falco. Kathy is survived by her husband Les Proud of Cookson, OK; son Shane (Kristen) Crawford of Edmond, OK and her four grandchildren, Carrington, Jacob, Bryson and Landon Crawford of Edmond, OK; step-daughter Elizabeth Montemayor and step-grandkids Alex and Aeneas Montemayor of Glendale, AZ. Also survived by her brother Kenny (Lorri) Hall, Broken Arrow, OK; brother Robert (Ann) Koenig, Tulsa, OK and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel of Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw, OK on Wednesday, June 17th., at 11:00 with interment following in the Proctor Cemetery, Cookson, OK. Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Service, 463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw, OK. www.fmfsinc.com.


5 Responses

  1. Praying for peace and comfort at this sad time. Her sweet memories will mean a lot in the days to come.

  2. Prayers for comfort and peace for all of your family as you grieve her loss. I pray you will celebrate the good and fun memories of her life as you gather together in her memory. My Mom, her Aunt Betty Ann, loved her so. I think they were kindred spirits. Special love to my amazing cousin Kenny and Kathy’s son, Shane.Love, Cousin Teresa

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with Kathy’s family. I knew Kathy from grade school (Jackson Elementary) and junior high (Hamilton Jr. High) both in Tulsa. We did not live very far apart and were friends. We lost touch with each other and I just wanted to say that she’s remembered fondly by a friend from her youth.

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