Marian Dee Hood

Marian Dee Hood

November 6, 1943 – November 11, 2020

Hood, Marian

Marian D. Hood, 77, went on to meet her Lord and Savior peacefully on November 11, 2020.

Marian was born in Ada, Oklahoma, on November 6, 1943 to Edwin H. Miller and Joella B. Miller (Teeter). She is survived by her husband Paul Hood; daughter Ronnie Anne Cooksey; grandson Ryan Baker and his wife Jenna; three great-grandsons, Maverick, Michael, and James Baker; and nephews, Dustin Belden, and Glenn and Lee Miller. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Gary Edwin Miller, and sister Joella Denise Miller.

In Marian’s initial years she worked for Lockheed Martin, Rockwell International, and North American Rockwell as well as in the Oil and Gas industry, GHK, and Slawson Oil. For many years she worked as a Realtor in the Oklahoma City and Edmond areas with Abide, Prudential, and Re-max and Associates of Edmond. In Marian’s later years she worked as Deputy Chief of Staff for the Lt. Governor for eight years and followed by twelve years as a State Representative for House District 39.

Marian loved the Arts and had an “eye” for decorating. She traveled to many countries with her family and friends. She volunteered with Meals-on-Wheels and reading to the children at Edmond Elementary Schools. She was always up for a new adventure and loved her Lexi and a cold Dr. Pepper. Her wonderful smile will be missed by all who knew her.

Funeral services will be held at the Edmond First Baptist Church on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 2:00 P.M., followed by interment in Gracelawn Cemetery for family members. You are invited to view the church service live stream via In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to Edmond Humanity Hospice.

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  1. Celia Moor Hawpe

    I remember Marian when working as Realtors at Prudential Real Estate. She was always delightful and had a quick sense of humor. My life was enriched by knowing her and I’m greatly saddened to learn of her death. Blessings to her family during this difficult time.

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