Funeral services for Aleah Marie Adair, 13 of Westville, will be held Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 1:00 p.m. at Mulberry Tree Baptist Church with interment to follow in the Mulberry Cemetery.
Aleah was born on August 16, 2003 in Stilwell, OK to Jason Adair and Bobby Jean Orman. She went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 in Little Rock, AR. She leaves behind to mourn her passing, her parents, her brother, Nicholas Adair and Jordon Webb of Westville, OK, her grandmother; Gloria (Denwalt) Orman. She is also survived by her aunts and uncles; David Orman and wife Penny of Stilwell, OK, Anthony Orman of Watts, OK, Paul Orman and wife Bobbie of Christie, Charlotte Ashly of Wagoner, OK, Marchella Rodriguez of Los Angeles, Aimie Holliman of Westville, Danny Deckard and wife Cherokee of Tahlequah, David Adair and wife Shasta of the Duckwater Reservation at Nevada, and her boyfriend Trenton Gregory. Many great aunts, great uncles, cousins, friends and church family also survive her.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents; Robert Orman, Nancy Adair, Arnold Adair, and her aunt Kelly Ann Deckard. Her great grandparents; Bill and Ida Adair, Luther and Edna Deckard, David and Ruth Orman, D. Marie Walker and W.C. "Bill" Denwalt also preceded her in death.
Aleah had a soft heart for animals and would often pick up strays. She wanted to save every hurt or homeless animal she came across. She had a special love for horses, and had wanted one since she was a little girl. This love of animals led to her wanting to be a marine biologist when she grew up. She wanted to play football with the boys, and could make a cake from scratch without even measuring the ingredients. Aleah also liked, hanging out with friends, watching, TV and movies, especially horse movies like Flicka and Black Stallion.
One of the ways she showed affection was to aggravate people, but she had a 100-watt smile that could light up a room. Last summer, God put in her heart to go on a mission trip to Wilmot, AR with the puppet ministry from the Tabernacle of Praise Church at Westville. She performed with the puppet group just a day before her accident. Services are under the direction of Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home with Pastor Chris Harrison Officiating.