Glenda F. DeVoe


Glenda Frazier DeVoe, of Edmond, Oklahoma, passed away unexpectedly July 22, 2022. She was born April 25, 1936 in Shattuck, Oklahoma to the late Velma Long and Verner Glen Frazier. Glenda grew up and graduated high school in Follett, TX, a small farming community in the Texas Panhandle.

Glenda came to Edmond in 1953 to  attend Central State College where she earned a bachelor’s degree in education. She met and married the late Richard DeVoe and lived in multiple cities in Oklahoma before settling in Edmond in 1972. While at college, Glenda and her husband made life-long friends that they saw every summer. This group was affectionately known as the reunion group.

Glenda was an elementary teacher for 33 years and retired in 1995. After leaving teaching, Glenda took a little part- time job at Target, that turned into a 26 year second career.  Glenda’s favorite things were spending time with her college friends, hosting card club at her home,  making trips to her cabin in Colorado, and spending time with her family.

Glenda is survived by five children: Darcee Young, of Edmond; Dawn (Mark) Teal, of Ada; Dee Anne(Steve) Wieduwilt, of Blue Springs, MO; Derek DeVoe, of Tulsa and Doug DeVoe, of Edmond. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews, and far too many friends to count.

Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, July 28, 2022 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel. Private graveside at Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but are not able.  To watch the service CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube page. Click on ‘Videos’, then ‘Live Streams’.


  1. So so sorry to hear of Glenda’s passing! She was a dear friend of Wes & mine and will be missed! Was a joy as I tried to keep her in the loop with Follett news
    She even watched some of our 6man football games and was full of questions about some of the players whose name she could identify with!
    We’re sending you all our thoughts & prayers❤️ Sue & Wesley Bourquin

  2. I am so sorry to hear this. Glenda was older than me, but I thought she was a fine lady. I always looked up to her. Loved her sense of humor. She loved her hometown and the people in it. My prayers are for the family and friends who loved her. God bless you all and may He give you His Comfort.

  3. Our hearts were saddened when we heard of Glenda’s passing. Glenda was a wonderful friend and teacher and we shared in wonderful memories of our children growing up together. Our love to Derek, Doug and your sisters. God’s blessings on your family.

  4. Glenda was one of a kind. I met her at while working at Target and just fell in love with her. I did have to gripe at her often to stay off the ladders in the backroom. I told her to call me and I would get her stuff down for her. She didn’t really like asking for help but I tried to watch her closely and if I saw her heading to the backroom I intercepted her. She kept the best bra and panty section in any Target I have ever seen. She always got 2 long johns for her break time. Not sure how she stayed so thin. She made me smile every day.

    She loved to correct my grammar. I always use prepositions at the end of my sentences. Obviously a no no to her. She was always teaching all of us.

    I don’t enjoy playing card games but she talked me into joining the Card Crew. She was gracious enough to host us at her house once a month for years. We played Hand and Foot and I actually started to enjoy it. I loved getting to see her monthly. She will be greatly missed.

    • So sorry for your family’s loss! Thinking and praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

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