Jacquelyn Larkin left this earthly life gracefully on March 17, 2021. She was born in Oilton, Oklahoma on January 2, 1938 to Ross & Gladys Skaggs. She married the love of her life, Richard Larkin on October 11, 1957 & they have remained together for 63+ years. To this union, three children were born; Rebecca Lynn, Rickey Lee, and Stephanie Kay. Richard & Jackie joined the Drumright First Free Will Baptist Church shortly after they were married and have been active members ever since. Jackie worked in banking until her retirement, after which, she became the Spirit Bank Gold Club Coordinator and planned many enjoyable trips all over the country for the members. She loved to travel and they went regularly to Branson, Missouri for many years. When their grandkids were small, they would take them with them to see the many different sites around the state. She faithfully attended their soccer, football, & basketball games, along with 4H & FFA events. Family was very important to her & she would spend as much time as she could with her sisters, perfecting & fine tuning their expert shopping skills. She also enjoyed cooking and was famous in her family for her chocolate cake, coconut cream pie, and peach cobbler, which will be missed by many. She was preceded in death by her SON: Rickey Larkin; PARENTS: Ross & Gladys Skaggs, a BROTHER: Milton Skaggs; & her In-Laws: Earl & Velma Larkin.
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She is survived by her loving HUSBAND: Richard of the home; 2 DAUGHTERS: Rebecca Bedwell and husband Kelly of Okeene – Stephanie Rose & husband Joe of Olive; GRANDCHILDREN: Jeremy – Will - Blake & Kallie; her new GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER (which brought her great joy): Natalie Rose McCormick; SISTERS: Kay Evans & husband Brent of Garber – Norma Pope of Yale – Marie Allen of Claremore – Robbie Levy and husband Scott of Broken Arrow; plus NUMEROUS Cousins – Nieces – Nephews – other relatives and many special friends.