Rhonda June (Edmondson) Meyer

Class of 1969

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Rhonda Edmondson

Rhonda June (Edmondson) Meyer

June 25, 1950 – March 24, 2019

Rhonda June (Edmondson) Meyer, passed away at the age of 68 on Sunday, March 24, 2019. She was born to parents Clarence Lyle Edmondson and Pauline Marie Scott on June 25, 1950, in Enid, Oklahoma.

Mrs. Meyer enjoyed helping her husband, Greg, with their cow and calf operation, and especially enjoyed bottle feeding the calves. She loved snuggling up with her Dallas Cowboy blankie, and “watchin’ them boys play some ball.” She loved shopping and antiquing and would usually find a bargain.

With a love of travel she enjoyed the many places she and Greg visited, such as the Grand Canyon, the Meteor Crater Natural Landmark, and the Petrified Forest, all in Arizona. She also marveled in the sights that Carlsbad Caverns had to offer, as well as places closer to home such as Branson, Mo. Some of her favorite trips were day trips, but her favorite place to visit was Eureka Springs, Arkansas, where she and Greg were married on August 26, 2002.

Mrs. Meyer enjoyed working as a nurse aid at the Perry Hospital, and made many friends when she worked as a cashier at Homeland Grocery Store.

She is survived by her beloved husband Greg Meyer, brother Vince Edmondson and wife Jeanetta, and sister Paula “Sissy” Scott and husband Ron, mother-in-law Pauline Meyer, brother-in-law Alvin Meyer and wife Cheryl, brother-in-law Jim Meyer and wife Patty, and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding her in death were her mother Pauline Scott, father Clarence Edmondson, Grandfather Pete Edmondson, grandmother Edna Edmondson, and her aunt Carol Gudspeed.

Services are entrusted to Brown-Dugger Funeral Home, Perry, Ok. A visitation is scheduled for Friday, March 29, 2019 from 4:00pm – 8:00pm at Brown-Dugger Funeral Home, Perry. A funeral service is scheduled for 2:00pm, Saturday March 30, 2019 at Kaw Street Chapel in Perry, Ok, with burial to immediately follow at Covington Cemetery, Covington, Ok. Memorials may be sent to the Cancer Society in her memory.