Judy Kay Duvall was born on March 15, 1961 to Wilburn and Dora Mae Duvall and passed away on February 9, 2021 at the age of 59 years, 10 months, and 25 days.
She was employed at Schwan’s Bakery for nearly 30 years. Judy loved the outdoors, fishing, camping, gardening, she was always sitting on the front porch or out back with Byo. She loved her children, especially her grand babies. Judy was always known to give everyone a hard time, especially her nephews, Hoonie Baby and Khristopher Del and she enjoyed taking cruises with her sister Donna. Judy was a Dallas Cowboy and Texas Longhorn fan. She had a huge heart for her whole family and loved everyone. She was of the Holiness Faith and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
She is preceded in death by her parents: Wilburn and Dora Mae Rosin-Duvall, niece: Krystal Mae Duvall-Collins, nephew: Daniel Breeze Davis, and a host of loved ones.
Judy is survived by her love of 28 years: Albert Sawney of the home, 4 sons: John Duvall and wife Donna of Cookson, Oklahoma, Jonah Duvall and companion of Welling, Oklahoma, Jonathan Duvall of the home, and Brice Duvall and companion Kaitlyn of the home, 3 daughters: Lahonna Teehee and companion Brian Gonzales of Dry Creek, Oklahoma, Brandi Grigsby and companion Mason Flynn of Rocky Mountain, Oklahoma, and Jakkie Grigsby-Harjo of Stilwell, Oklahoma, sisters: Donna and Woodrow Fourkiller of Fairfield, Oklahoma, Wilma and Jerry Davis of Bunch, Oklahoma, and uncle: Bob Duvall of Sallisaw, Oklahoma. 9 grandsons: Aaron, Isaac, Zachary, Kelyn, Cameron, Jordan, Bryson, Runningbear Kub, and Kiba, 11 granddaughters: Kyla, Jacie, Trenity, Foxxy, Audree, Anna, Dora, Lakiyah, Kaylee, Kandice, and Lucy. Sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Phillip and Sheila Sawney. LouAnn Smith, David Sawney, Buzzy and Sharon Sawney, Harry Sawney, Aaron and Tamitha Sawney, Rosella and Rick Watie, Ruby and Cecil Watie, Delbert and Patty Sawney, Carolyn and Virgil Byrd, and Hershel and Peggy Sawney. Special nieces, nephews, and a host of friends, family, and loved also survive her.
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