LaDora Dell McFadden

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LaDora Dell Hoover McFadden was born to William Earl Hoover and Barbara Amanda Hattie Winn Hoover in Shawnee Oklahoma on January 16th, 193l. She was one of 5 children.
In LaDora's own words she wrote: "I was married to Dennis Euil McFadden on May 20th, 1950 and was married for 67 years. I gave birth to 6 children: Dennise Dell, Danny Earl, Spring Marie, Patricia Bernice Mary Maxine and Carol Irene. I had 12 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, and 2 great great grandchildren. "My eulogy is no eulogy. Please do not expound my history. My loved ones know my achievements. Or, if not, then my deeds are unimportant. Do not name my ancestors nor decedents. Those who have gone before do not care. Those who are here now know who they are. Please laugh, feel joy, remember my craziness and eat abundantly. It is enough to say, 'She loved her God, she loved her husband, she loved her children, her sisters and her friends. She also loved roses, sunny skies, and cool breezes'."
LaDora passed away with her children at her bedside. She is survived by her children Dennise McFadden Lawson of Gainesville, MO., Danny Earl McFadden of Enid, Spring McFadden Hendrix of Dietrich, Idaho, Patricia McFadden Wright of Gainesville, MO., Mary McFadden Trammell of the home, and Carol McFadden Roberts of Enid.
Arrangements are coordinated through Anderson Burris Funeral Home in Enid. Feel free to express your condolences there.
"At my request I will be cremated and there will be no funeral services. Please send no flowers or donations."
"He who knew no sin came before us that we, through Him might become the righteousness of God'. II Corinthians 5.21"

Our mother marched to a different drummer. She wrote her own epitaph
"The ride has just begun."
Published on June 6, 2019
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John Barnes
Jun 07, 2019
Thank you so much for what you gave to the world while you were with us. I was fortunate to share a handful of those days and will cherish the memories of those little adventures of you hiking and camping with our group. You will be missed and my thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones.