Marva Fairconeture

September 22, 1936 - March 18, 2024

Marva Fairconeture

September 22, 1936 - March 18, 2024



Friday. March 22, 2024 | 3:00 p.m.
Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Memorial Chapel
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104


Saturday, March 23, 2024 | 11:00 a.m.
St. Monica Catholic Church
633 E. Marshall Place
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106
Father Celestine Obidiegwu –Officiating

On September 22, 1936, Marva was number 10 of 12 children born to
Ernest and Celine Fairconeture in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.  Marva was born and raised a strong and faithful catholic where she attended and graduated St. Rose De Lima catholic school. Later in life she relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma and from marital unions Marva had 5 amazing children Ruby, Colleen, Ray, David, and Rose. She has been a member at both St. Augustine and St. Monica Catholic Church for many years. Marva’s
children describe her as a beautiful, funny, sassy, and feisty lady. Marva was a wonderful mother, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother and friend
always there when needed. All that knew Marva would tell you she had a smile that would light up any room. She loved company, family gatherings and sharing stories about her childhood years in Mississippi. Marva loved music, dancing and singing to old school jams including her favorites Al Green and James Brown. She was always the life of the party.  


Marva embarked on various careers as an employee at an attorney’s office,
doctors office, and also volunteered as a reading teacher. Marva did
entrepreneurial work as daycare owner.  Marva, affectionately called by her family “Mom” mostly enjoyed being an Avon representative for over 30+ years.  She was a member of the Avon, Mrs. Albee President’s Club and received many accolades . She enjoyed selling Avon and meeting new people, never meeting a stranger. Marva had a great personality and was well-loved by many people that knew her.  


Marva is preceded in death by her mother and father Ernest and Celine Fairconeture. Four sisters; Marie, Evelyn, Judith, and Marcella. Seven brothers; twin boys, Ralph, Ernest, Ray, Landolph, and Nolan. One
daughter; Colleen Daniels, one grandson; Keith Brown, and one great grandson; Feonn Randall. 


Marva leaves behind two daughters: Ruby Taylor (Dennis) and Rose
Gaiters (Chris). Two sons; Ray Daniels and David Daniels. Nine
grandchildren; Corinthia Scott (Tanisha), Bridggettee Daniels, Crystal McMullen (Reginald), Ray Daniels Jr,  Septien Daniels, Nicole Mack, Christopher Gaiters, Eboni Brisker (Steven), and Cortney Gaiters. Twenty great grandchildren, six great great grandchildren, and a host of nieces and nephews. 

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1 responses to Marva Fairconeture

  1. Rebecca Pittman-Edwards says:

    “Aunt” Marva was my Mom’s very best friend. They were close since they were young girls in Bay St. Louis. She was a wonderful woman, always cheerful and gave the best hugs. She truly lit up our lives. We appreciate her and honor her memory.
    -Becky (Pittman) Edwards and the entire Price/Pittman Families

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