Jennie Lee Vicars-Cook

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Jennie Vicars-Cook, 83, of Krebs, died on Saturday, April 12, 2019, in Krebs.
Viewing will be on Tuesday till 8 p.m. at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be on Wednesday, April 17, at 11 a.m. at Brumley-Mills Chapel. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Billy Cole Vicars, Bryan DeFrange, Blayne Horne, Julian Glenn, Jerry Smith and Carl Seawright.
Honorary pallbearers are Harold Glenn, Fred Partain, Hunter Smith and Jimmy Dean Smith.
Jennie Vicars-Cook was born on December 14, 1936, in McAlester, to Alonzo and Vera (Carano) Smith. She grew up in Krebs and had lived there virtually all her life, except for a few years in Texas.
She worked at Komar as a seamstress, then was part owner and secretary at Vicars Body Shop. She was married to Bill Vicars for 50 years when he passed away in 2004.
She later married Jim Cook, who also preceded her in death.
Jennie liked to go fishing and loved to cook for family and friends, and she kept an immaculate house. She also enjoyed traveling and antiquing, and even had her own antique shop.
She is survived by her children, Kent Vicars and Marion, Sherry DeFrange and Ralph, and Rhonda Horne and Eddie; nine grandchildren, Brandi Seawright and Carl, Buffie Vicars, Billy Cole Vicars and Kaylyn, Bryan DeFrange and Misty, Jennifer Glenn, Laynee Crawley, Blayne Horne, Kamie Horne and Kacie Horne; 15 great-grandchildren; a brother-in-law, Ron Vicars; seven sisters-in-law, Betty Saunders, June Hunt, Gina Vicars, Thelma Vicars, Mary Linda Smith, Martha Smith and Betty Smith, and her special friend, Lester Wray.
She was preceded in death by her parents; both husbands; a grandson, Brandon DeFrange; five brothers, and one sister.
Published on April 15, 2019
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