Marilyn "Nana" (Wolfe) Pritchett, was born on March 13, 1954 at home in Stilwell, OK. She was the daughter of Albert & Irene (Soap) Wolfe. She departed from this life to be with Our Lord on May 30, 2019 in Tahlequah, OK with her loved ones by her side at the age of 65 years, 2 months and 17 days.
Marilyn attended Faith Baptist Church and helped her husband with church duties. She loved being a Sunday school teacher at Sequoyah Baptist Church. Marilyn loved being with her family, going to singings, talking about her days of working with the youth.
She worked for the Cherokee Nation for many years in the accounting department, she loved her "family".
She enjoyed playing volleyball (she would get out there without her shoes on).
Later in life, she enjoyed watching her husband, kids, grandkids and great grandkids play sports. She was their #1 fan. She was the family "go to" girl, always there for whatever you might need, whether a band aid, sleeve cut off, Tylenol, etc... If she didn't have what you need, she would get it.
Marilyn was an avid sports fan. She was our very own ESPN, she loved to watch sports of all kinds, including: St. Louis Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma Sooners, golf, tennis and volleyball.
She also liked watching shows like Criminal Minds, Price is Right, The Last Alaskans and cooking shows.
Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents: Albert & Irene Wolfe, husband: Rev. Jimmy Pritchett, grandson: Braeden Pritchett, brother: Andrew Wolfe and Baby Wolfe.
She was survived by a loving family that includes her children: Brian Pritchett and wife Cherry of Stilwell, OK, Mark Pritchett of Westville, OK, Regina Pritchett of Stilwell, Melanie Pritchett, Jimmy Pritchett, Jr and companion Kindra Sanders of Westville, 23 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Siblings: Charlie Wolfe of Dallas, TX, Herbert Wolfe and wife Kim of Fayetteville, AR, Lena Squirrel, Lillie Duncan and husband Frank, Nancy Boyd and husband Melvin, all of Stilwell.
Marilyn also leaves behind a multitude of extended family and friends.
1:00 p.m. Thursday, June 6, 2019
Bro. Joey Ketcher
Bro. Trey Pritchett
Bro. Charles Wolfe
It's So Peaceful
Go Rest High
Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone
Wish You Were Here
~ Cherry Pritchett & Billy Wolfe
Mark Pritchett ~ Jimmy Pritchett ~ Tyre Ford
Mark Pritchett, Jr. ~ Brian Pritchett ~ Trey Pritchett
Tim Duncan ~ Albert Duncan ~ Jim Squirrel III ~ Mitch Pritchett
Daughters & Granddaughters
Tyler Springs Cemetery