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Phyllis Ann Braden
Passed away Apr 8, 2014
Posted by: Ann Weber
Phyllis Ann Braden
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On the evening of April 8, Phyllis Braden passed away
after a courageous battle with cancer. Phyllis was born
in El Reno, Oklahoma where she attended high school.
After high school she attended nursing school at Mercy
hospital in Oklahoma City and received her BSN. She
spent the better part of her life caring for others at
doctor's offices in Iowa and Nebraska before moving back
to Oklahoma and settling in Bartlesville where she
worked for many years at Jane Phillips Hospital as a
nurse. After she retired she continued her work as a
volunteer nurse at Green Country Fee Clinic.
Mrs. Braden is survived by one daughter, Kara Mears and
husband James of Tulsa, one son, Michael Braden and wife
Julie of Chaska, Minnesota, one brother, Richard Preno
of El Reno, five grandchildren, Adam Braden, Mackenzie
Braden, Shea Braden, Cody Mears and Jessica Mears and
two great grandchildren, Ethan Braden and Alexandria
Braden. She was preceded in death by her parents and one
daughter, Susan Braden in 1978.
A memorial service will be held at Collide Church (200
S. Dewey in Bartlesville) on Friday, April 18, 2014 at
Memorials or donations are preferred to the Journey Home
of Bartlesville, 3406 S.E. Kentucky, Bartlesville,
Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and
leave condolences at
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