Aubery E. Howard
A Celebration of Life Service for Aubery E. Howard, age 58, will be 10:00 am Saturday morning at the Ladusau-Evans Chapel with Rev. Kevin Choate. Burial will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Friday, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Condolences may be made online and the service may be viewed online at

Aubery was born May 5th, 1961 in Denver, Colorado to Aubery and Sharon Howard. Aubery passed away Monday November 25th, 2019 at his home surrounded by his family after a long battle of cancer.
He graduated from Enid High School in 1979. After graduation he traveled as a construction foreman, where he met his soul mate, Joshlyn Moore. Aubery married Joshlyn on September 1st, 1990 in Golden, Colorado. The two moved to Anaheim, California together then moved back to Enid, Oklahoma in 1993 to work alongside his father and prepare for the arrival of their first born. Aubery was an entrepreneur and loved to work. He opened Ae Howard Tile and Carpet in 1997 and Shabby Chic Properties in 2001. Aubery had a passion for life - He loved to travel with his family, he loved to listen to live music, he loved to bowl with his friends on Wednesday night. He loved to play with his grandsons and enjoyed racing in his Tatum Sand Rail more than anything.
He is survived by his wife Joshlyn, daughters; Audry Howard and Rachelle Howard, grandsons, Hayden and Emryn, his mother Sharon Howard, sister Tammy Howard-Church, mother-in-law Carla Talley and several other family members.
Aubery instilled the words, "You Can" in every person he came in contact with. He encouraged others to follow their dreams and to always be kind. In memory of Aubery, the family asks others to do acts of kindness.
Published on November 27, 2019


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