Audrey Mabel (Stephens) Voss

Class of 1945

1945 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Audrey Mabel Stephens

- 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stephens, 128 Fir street, is a member of the student council this year.

She was born November 5, 1927, in Perry, but attended the Barrett district 81 grade school before becoming a student of the local public school system.

Audrey Mabel intends to continue working in a local Variety store after graduation.

Audrey Mabel (Stephens) Voss

November 5, 1927 – October 14, 2014

Audrey Mabel Voss was born November 5, 1927, in Perry, Oklahoma to Lloyd and Mabel Swisher Stephens. She passed away Tuesday, October 14, 2014, at Perry Memorial Hospital surrounded by her family.

Audrey married Will Art Voss on August 10, 1947, in Perry Oklahoma and to this union four sons were born Dennis, Daryl, Ralph, and Russell. Audrey was a member of the Christ Lutheran Church and the LWML. She was a community volunteer, a member of the FFA Mothers Club, and the Black Bear Homemakers. She was a volunteer for the Noble County Election Board, Noble County Fair Board and part time for the Noble County Extension office. Audrey enjoyed sewing, knitting, cooking, crosswords, and she was an avid reader. But most of all, Audrey loved her family.

Audrey is survived by three sons, Dennis Voss and his wife, Ann, of Tulsa, Ralph Voss of Perry, and Russell Voss and his wife, Penny, of Norman; two brothers, Bill Stephens and his wife, Charlotte, of Perry, and Gary Stephens and his wife, Carol, of Meridian, Oklahoma; ten grandchildren, Christian Voss, Valerie Voss, Darren Wiggs, Terry Wiggs, Misty Cunningham, Laura Ross, Jennifer Voss, Audrey Stover, Austin Voss, Garrett Voss and 9 greatgrandchildren with 3 more on the way.

Audrey was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one son, Daryl Voss, and one daughter-in-law, Jenny Voss.

Funeral services will be 2 pm, Friday, October 17, 2014, at the Christ Lutheran Church in Perry, Oklahoma with Reverend William Metz officiating. Interment will follow in Grace Hill Cemetery in Perry, Oklahoma. Memorials may be made to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation or Christ Lutheran Church.