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Peggy Modelle Hinton
Peggy Modelle (Glidewell) Hinton arrived on December 4, 1933 in Granite, OK. She was born to Edward and Lorene (Barnett) Glidewell and was the youngest of four children. She graduated from City View High School, received her bachelor's degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and master's degree from the University of Oklahoma. Peggy was a teacher her entire career and taught at Custer City, Jefferson, Boise City and Beaver, all in Oklahoma.
Peggy and Wiley were high school sweethearts and were married on March 31, 1953 in Snyder, OK, by Wiley's uncle before Wiley was shipped out to Guam with the Navy during the Korean War.
Peggy was a member of the Beaver Church of Christ whom she supported and they supported her. In Peggy's spare time and after retirement she enjoyed golf, fishing, hunting and quilting.
Peggy departed on September 19, 2017 in Beaver, OK. She is preceded in death by her father Edward, her mother Lorene, her sister Jimmie (Glidewell) Knight and her brother Robert Glidewell.
Survivors include her husband Wiley of the home, daughters Debra Reimers and her husband Phillip of San Antonio, TX, Valerie Bell and her husband Rodney of Richmond, TX, her grandchildren Katrina Mann and her husband Scott Laughlin of Canon City, CO, Matthew Mann and his wife Lydia of Austin, TX, and her great-grandson Wiley Chao Mann. She is also survived by her sister Ramona (Glidewell) Knight of Seagraves, TX, sister-in-law Janis Glidewell of Mustang, OK, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 2:00 pm at the Blair Cemetery in Blair, OK. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the Westview Boy's Home of Hollis, OK, or the Tipton Children's Home through the Beaver Church of Christ at P.O. Box 278, Beaver, OK, 73932.
Wiley, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers as you have been during your faithfulness to-the-end. I shall never forget both of your faithfulness to whatever task you undertook. We are sorry we cannot be there to give you a hug but feel it from here to there. We are all together in Stillwater and loving it but do miss special people such as you. Grieve-as-you must, not-as-others will say is right, wrong or indifferent. Only God can fill your void as you transition to your next steps in life. Jackie R. Sheldon and Beth Penland
Jackie R. Sheldon Sep 19 2017 12:00 AM