Elizabeth Ann Perez

Elizabeth Ann PerezPerez, Elizabath


Elizabeth Ann Perez of Edmond, OK passed at the age of 74 on September 8, 2018 in Oklahoma City, OK.

She was preceded in death by husband, Joseph G. Perez of Edmond, OK and daughter-in-law, Catherine Perez of Cashion, OK.

Elizabeth is survived by daughter, Tiffany Perez of Edmond, OK, son, Jody Perez of Edmond, OK and son James Perez of Cashion, OK. Elizabeth is also survived by many grandsons and granddaughters, Michael, Garrett, Megan, Brianna, Dakota, Emma and Trae.

Visitation will be held Thursday, September 13th from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. under the direction of Matthews Funeral Home, 601 S. Kelly Ave. Edmond, OK 73003.

Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Friday, September 14, 2018 at Edmond Trinity Christian Church at 1400 NW 178th St. Edmond, OK 73012 with the burial to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond off Danforth and Boulevard.

2 thoughts on “Elizabeth Ann Perez”

  1. Colleen & Mike Arnold

    Tiffany, Jody, & James, our sympathy in the loss of Annie. Our family was so blessed by her generosity, spunk, & great sense of humor. She had such a nurturing spirit, & open arms extended to all. I can clearly see her, on the hottest of Oklahoma days, sitting in the stands with a wet cloth on her head, watching James & Tyler playing baseball! Of course Joe was the coach, & she was the number one cheerleader. What great fun we had! They both served as outstanding mentors & examples for Tyler & many other young men. Even though we lost contact with your family through the years, I tell you that we thought about & wondered about each and every one of you many times. May God give you peace & comfort during this difficult time with the assurance that Annie’s last breath here on Earth was her first breath in Heaven.

  2. Dwight and Betty Davis

    Our sincerest sympathy to Ann’s family. Betty and I worked in surgery with Ann at Bass Hospital in Enid in the early 70’s. She was a fantastic surgical nurse. We learned so much from her and enjoyed her super sense of humor. A dear person, a great nurse, an old friend. She will always be among our most precious memories.
    Dwight and Betty Davis

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