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Bambi Eaton

Bambi Eaton
???? ~ January 31, 2017

Bambi Eaton, due to a sudden and unexpected health event, died early Tuesday morning, January 31, at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was a beautiful 40 years young. A memorial service will be held for Bambi, Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.  All friends are invited to join with us at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 915 North Birch Street, Ponca City, OK. While Bambi was born in Arkansas City, Kansas, she lived and thrived in Ponca City, Oklahoma. She attended Garfield Grade School and graduated Ponca City Senior High School in 1995. After High School Bambi attend vocational school where she enjoyed classes for child care and later on took pre-med courses at NOC Tonkawa. She also enjoyed many different job opportunities over the years most recently she enjoyed being an Independent Beauty Consultant and launching her own jewelry design and crafting business.

 Bambi was a shining example of beauty, kindness, grace, understanding, forgiveness, and love. A friend in times of need for many. But if you were to ask Bambi to describe herself it would sound a lot like: "People tend to see me as a high maintenance spoiled princess, but that's not who I really am. I am fiercely loyal. Family and friends mean the world to me. My greatest wish is to have a family of my own. A husband and children to take care of, a nice house always full of good friends, and a great big kitchen so I could cook for them all, and of course a maid to clean it all up."

 Bambi lived her life by the principles she loved in the Bible. She dedicated her life to Jehovah God on May 15, 1993. The fierce loyalty that Bambi had was seen in her resolve and dedication to living her life according to Jehovah God's will and commandments. Bambi's closest friends came from her worldwide association of brothers and sisters. However, the friends that she considered her second family came from the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Ponca City.

Bambi was proceeded in death by her maternal grandparents, Gene and Marie Phillips of Ponca City, OK; and her paternal grandparents, Clifford and Virginia Eaton of Ponca City, OK. She is survived by her parents, Robin Myers and Bonnie Jean (Phillips) Eaton; and her brother Scott Robin Eaton and his wife JuliAnna (Williams) Eaton and their children Israel Sean Trimble and Isabel Hanna Trimble all of Ponca City, OK; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Her cremation has been handled thru Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service and Cremation Directors in Enid, OK.  Words of condolence and pictures may be entered at:   stittsworthfuneralservices.com. 


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