Carrye Sue Rosebeary

April 08, 1929 - May 25, 2022

Carrye Sue Rosebeary

April 08, 1929 - May 25, 2022


Carrye Sue (Payne) Rosebeary passed from this life on Wednesday May 25th, 2022.  Carrye was born to Willard and Oma Payne, the second of five children on April 8th, 1929, in Maysville, Oklahoma.  Her life began at the beginning of the great depression, humble beginnings in the dust bowl days of the 1930s, which included gravel roads, no electricity, and no running water until the 1940’s.

Life on the farm in her early years included milking cows and preparing broom corn for market.  Her first six years of school were in a two-room country school.  She completed high school at Central High School at the end of World War II, after her family had moved to Oklahoma City. 

Upon graduation she started her first job at Tinker Air Force Base, where she met Willie J. Rosebeary.  The two were married on December 7th, 1951 and celebrated 63 years of marriage together. The couple would go on to have five children and followed work to California.  She worked as an accounting secretary for many years.  Her husband’s career led them back to Tulsa, Oklahoma and eventually settled in their home in Owasso, Oklahoma.  

She is preceded in death by her husband Willie J Rosebeary.  She is survived by her five children Paula Whitford, Denise Davidson, David Rosebeary, Lisa Rosebeary and Becky Chavez. She is also survived by her 7 grandchildren, 1 grand dog, 20 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren, as well as many beloved family members. Carrye lived a very fulfilling, healthy and happy life.  What an extraordinary journey she experienced in her 93 years!

A visitation and viewing for family and friends will be Tuesday May 31st, 2022, 4:30pm to 6:00pm at Butler- Stumpff Funeral Home, 2103 E 3rd Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  A graveside service will be Wednesday June 1st, 2022, 11:00am at Farmington Cemetery in Farmington, Arkansas.


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7 responses to Carrye Sue Rosebeary

  1. So very sad for your loss. An amazing life and an extraordinary woman, so very honored to have been a small part of her journey. Condolences 🙏 to her family and God Bless.

  2. Our deepest sympathies for your loss. May God bring you all peace and comfort at this very difficult time. We love all of you. You will be in our thoughts throughout the next few weeks. Love, Kalynn Austin & Family & Granny

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