Euline Mae SmithSmith, Euline


Euline Mae Smith passed from this earth on her birthday April 18, 2017, at the age of 93.  She was born April 18, 1924, in Texhoma, Oklahoma to Eula Mae and Carl Milton Osborn.  She lived in Texhoma for 84 years before moving to Tealridge Independent Living in Edmond, Oklahoma for nine years.  She moved to Teal Creek Assisted Living two weeks before her death. Euline was a member of First Christian Church in Texhoma before moving to Edmond where she attended Memorial Road Church of Christ.  She is preceded in death by her husband, John William Smith, Jr. in April of 1989; her parents, Eula and Carl Osborn, and one sister, Aline Blackmore. Survivors include two daughters, Karen Kaye Hale and her husband, Terry Hale; Debra Jenice Randles and her husband, Bob Randles; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. In lieu of flowers, Teal Creek Senior Living is accepting memorials for Euline.  Donations may be made to: Teal Creek Senior Living at their website or by mail to: 13501 N. Bryant Ave., Edmond, OK 73013.

Memorial Service will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday April 29, 2017 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel –Edmond, Oklahoma


  1. We saw in The Guymon Daily Herald about your mama’s passing. Just wanted all of you to know that Euline & J. W. was always such a Bright & Awesome Memory & Gift to me. Most of my Adult Life. I worked for Euline at the Livestock Commission for so many years of my Life and I look at our Pictures all those years that we were together and it always brings such Happiness to my Life that through the Christian Church with both of them and the Sale Barn those were some of the most Treasured Memories of My Life. All of you were a part of those Memories that I will always treasure. God Bless all of you & your family at this time of Loss of Euline I know she impacted your lives more than mine But I just wanted all of you to know how she impacted mine. Love all of you in this hour of need& loss. My Prayers are with you all. Rex & Winnie Miller

  2. Saw the obituary in the Leader and Times in Liberal. Glad it was there, as we have few remaining contacts in the Texhoma area. Loved living next door to Euline for the five years we were there. She and J.W. we’re good people, dependable, and fun. Our boys were young when we were there, but recalled Both Euline and J.W. when I mentioned the obit. Have very fond memories. Our condolences to the family.

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