Atteberry, Marjorie Ann (Kuryanski)
information above these bars - added by the hosting service.

Your Guide To Oklahoma County Oklahoma Genealogy
Part of the OKGenWeb Project

Created by Marti Graham on: 
  
Home > Lookups > Cemeteries > Obits > Photos > Queries > Resources > What's New
  
 
 
[ Home ]
Updated: 14 May 2017
Created:  14 May 2017


Oklahoman Archives
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
April 29, 2012, pg 24a
 

xxxxx This earthly life was completed by Marjorie Ann (Kuryanski) Atteberry on April 26, 2012. It began when Margie was born July 16, 1933, to Frank and Eva Kuryanski, little sister to Dolores, (Dodie,) in Harrah, Oklahoma. The family then moved to Oklahoma City, where Margie attended parochial schools and graduated from St. Josephís High School in 1950, where she met her lifelong companion and beloved husband, Glenn Logan Atteberry. They married June 6, 1953, and were blessed with four children. Margie was a stay-at-home mother during their childrenís school years, then later ventured into the business world. She sold real estate for a time with Abide Realtors and later owned and operated Dermaculture Salon for ten years on 36th & Pennsylvania. Her greatest love and deepest passion, however, was her family, who always knew and felt a motherís unconditional love and devotion. Margie was spiritually inclined and taught her children to see beauty and Godís divinity in all life and all situations. Her children, and later, grandchildren, were treated to lullabies and popular tunes of the 40s, 50s and 60s. She loved to sing and played both piano and guitar, danced, and practiced yoga most of her life. Margie had a ready wit and a wonderful sense of humor, possessing a tendency to break into song and dance at any moment. This provided her adoring family with many hours of happy, genuine laughter. These gifts set the tone for scores of delightful family gatherings over the years, memories of which will be treasured by her beloved family. After their respective retirements, Margie and Glenn fulfilled a dream and moved to Lake Eufaula, where they resided for ten years. It was there the entire family met regularly and experienced the happiest of times, which not only will sustain us all in the future, but also provided her children and grandchildren with a model for building a strong and secure family atmosphere.

Margie was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Dolores Kuryanski Wheeler. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Glenn, of the home; and four children: Ramona Fisher Collins; Elizabeth Parks Wedemeyer and husband Rich; Valerie Mc-Coy; son, Paul Atteberry and his wife Yesenia. She adored her five grandchildren, which include Nathan Fisher, with whom she shared a special bond; Annie Fisher Brooks and husband Ryan; Madi Parks; Nicholas Atteberry; and Natalie Atteberry. Her newest loves were her two great-grandchildren, Saylor Brooks and Samuel Brooks.

A prayer and remembrance service will be held Sunday, 7 pm at Smith and Kernke, 14624 N. May. A funeral Mass will take place on Monday, April 30th, 10 am at Church of the Epiphany of the Lord, 7336 W. Britton Road, to be followed by interment at Chapel Hill Cemetery.

  

                                                     

                             Oklahoman Archives
                             Oklahoma City,
                             Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
                             June 7, 1953, pg 50
 

Vows Solemnized In Catholic Church

at 9 am Saturday  in St Joseph's Old cathedral,
Miss Margie Ann Kuryanski. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Kuryanski, 1315 NW 2, became the bride of Glenn L. Atteberry, son of Air. and Mrs. Logan W. Atteberry, 411 VV Park. Rev. Charles Beck-man officiated.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a dress of Chantilly lace and illusion over satin. Sequin and pearl embroidery outlined the low neckline of the lace bodice which was Joined to an illusion yoke. and the tiers of the full skirt of illusion were bordered with lace. Her veil with a wide border of lace, was attached to an illusion bonnet adorned with pearls. She carried a white orchid with stephanotis shower on a prayer book.

Mrs. Jack Wheeler was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. R. C. Pricer, Miss Joyce Young, Mrs. Harry Farris and Miss Barbara Venters. Their dresses of taffeta with scalloped peplums of net and matching caplets were in pastel shades of blue, yellow, green, violet and pink. They carried colonial bouquets of daisies. Sharon Kaye Aiiderson, El Keno, was flower girl. Bill Atteberry, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers' were Randy Briscoe, Paul Diabel and Mr. Pricer. Assisting at the reception in Catholic Daughters of America hall were Mrs. Joe Land, Miss 'Marguerite Lieber and Miss Rose Lee Gibson.

 

 

 

 

 

... Contributed by Marti Graham, Transcriber, . Information posted as courtesy to researchers.

 

 
I hope you enjoy searching through our web site, as I've spent considerable time on it.
If you find other information on the web or elsewhere that might be appropriate for this page, please let me know.
I'm am particularly interested journals or other records of movement into Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.
Site authored by Marti Graham, Coordinator
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
part of the OKGenWeb Project
Visitor: 
Home Page last updated:
This page updated: 

  

Copyright © 1997-2015. NO PART may be reproduced without author's permission.

You found this information at https://sites.rootsweb.com