Roberta Reynolds

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Roberta Marie Reynolds gained her wings and left this earthly body Sunday, September 11th, 2022, at 6:07 pm, 15 days before her 80th birthday.  Roberta was born September 26, 1942, on “The Hill” in Sapulpa Oklahoma.  She lived her entire life in Sapulpa and was known and loved by many for her compassion and giving nature.

She was married to William Arlin Reynolds for 60 years until his passing in 2017.  She had 2 sons and many passions in life, none more important than her 4 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, and 1 great, great, grandchild.

In her younger years, Roberta enjoyed hunting in Colorado, camping, and motorcycle riding in the Kiamichi Mountains.  She once killed a rattlesnake in Deep Fork Bottoms that set a record and put her in the news.  It was taller than her and she stood 4’11.  In her later years, she enjoyed sitting around her rabbit table with her family and friends telling stories, giving advice, and drinking coffee. She loved going to the Canton Flea Market with her sisters and sister-in-law.  She loved garage selling with her “daughter” and visiting Yellowstone National Park every year, hunting for bear with her binoculars and 3 best girlfriends.  She loved the mountains, and the Grand Tetons were her favorite.

Roberta was a strong woman who fought a hard battle with cancer, overcoming the odds and surprising doctors with her will and spirit to live.  She wished her ashes to be placed beside her husband and son under the tree in the Pecan Grove at her home.

She will be deeply missed by many that loved and adored her.  Rest in Peace Meme.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Sapulpa Animal Shelter