Leona Fay Chisum Robertson

Leona Fay Chisum Robertson



Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Services of Sallisaw, Oklahoma.



6 Responses

  1. I’m gonna miss you so much. You was so much more to me than just a awesome cool Aunt. Spent lots of summers there with Uncle Bob Aunt Fay Lance and Dena. So lucky horses black berries chicken house gardening haying so much fun. She always made me feel so special she was a good friend mentor and of course the Best Aunt the last bye is always so hard. I know your in heaven. Hope I get to see you again someday ❤️

  2. Albert Jr. and I loved her and will miss her so much. We did not live near but talked just about every week. She was the best sister and sistet-in- law. I know she is not suffering any more and is with our Lord and Savior, family and having a great reunion in heaven.
    FAY, Rest in peace, comfort and joy.

  3. My friend Fay has crossed the Jordan. I will miss her. We both loved genealogy and family history. One of her final wishes was to know where her grandmother Mary Artemis Lewallen Chisum was buried. We think her bones rest in that cemetery on the Creek down through the holler from Leon Garrison’s place. We also never could place her in a Lewallen family. So many mysteries unknown to us here on earth. Fay wonders no more. She sees all.
    1 Corinthians 13:12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

    May the Lord bless her family and give them comfort.

  4. I will miss you dearly my friend. Prayers for the family in this time of need. Fay was an amazing person I am blessed to have known her.

  5. Bob so sorry for your loss haven’t seen her or your family in a while. She was a sweet person ,I don’t think she met any she didn’t like . She will be missed ,you and your family will be in our prayers.

  6. Fay and I started school together at Carlile and graduated from Vian High School in 1963. I remember so many fun times we had. She was an amazing athlete. Fay won many athletic events in the County Tournament that was held every year. Basketball was her favorite game. She was a starting forward from grade school thru high school.
    Mr. Chisum had a huge truck patch of vegetables and watermelons. Fay and I would go out there, and she would pick out a good ripe watermelon, break it on a rock, and we would feast. Mrs. Chisum was a wonderful cook. She cooked a meal that I had never seen and didn’t know what it was until I was grown. It was burritos.
    Although we hadn’t kept in touch, Fay was one of my longest-time friends. Blessings and prayers for all her family.🙏🏻 May you find peace at this difficult time and have happy memories of Fay forever.
    Mildred Joan Speck Reynolds

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