Angela Michele “Angie” Craven

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MAYSVILLE, OKLA. --- Angela Michele “Angie” Craven of Maysville, Okla. was born on June 14, 1967 in Lawton, Okla. to Steve Love and Sharyn (Richardson) Baker.  She passed away at the age of 55 years on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022 in Oklahoma City with loving family surrounding her.  Angie lived in Maysville and graduated from Maysville High School in 1985. She married the love of her life, Mark Craven on Sept. 28, 1985. Since Mark was in the U. S. Air Force, they had lived in different locations before settling down in Roxboro for several years. Angie begin working as a CSAM Executive Recruiter for CP Recruiters in 1999 and worked for them until her retirement. She and Mark moved to Flowery Branch, Georgia to be closer to their son, Dustin and his family. She enjoyed hanging out with her girlfriends at Lake Gaston. Angie loved shopping, planning family gatherings, and holidays. She was also known to keep everyone inline and boss them. Most of all she loved her family and their grandbabies.  Angie also enjoyed planting flowers and taking pictures.  She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Those left behind to cherish her memories are husband of 38 years, Mark Craven of the home.  Sons: Joshua Cravens and wife Melissa of Harrah, Oklahoma; and Dustin Craven and wife Christy of Forney, Texas; and grandchildren: Colt Beeler, Lyla Craven, Harper Craven, Elsie Craven, Greyson Craven, and Tinley Craven.

Mother, Sharyn Baker of Paoli.  

Siblings: Stephanie Hamilton and Curtis of Maysville; Kena Bratt and Jimmy of Chickasha; Todd Baker and Patty of Kingston; Rhonda Buck and Wayne of Oklahoma City; Jaymie Pinkley and Jeff of Chickasha; Lindsey Harmon of Cyril; and numerous nieces, nephews, and several great nieces and nephews.

Angie was preceded in death by her fathers: Steve Love and Ronald Baker; maternal grandmother, Mildred Dickinson; paternal grandmother, Waldine Love; paternal grandfather, Melvin Love; and mother-in-law, Sara King.

Plants and flowers will not be accepted at the funeral home until the 21st or later.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022 at the First Assembly of God Church, Maysville with Bro. Johnny Tyler officiating with burial in the Green Hill Cemetery, Lindsay, Okla. Arrangements are under the direction of John W. Williams of Winans Funeral Home, Maysville, OK.  Words of comfort may be sent to the family at www.winansfuneralhome.com.

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