Doris Jean (Hampton) Ring September 10, 1932 - October 3, 2009 © Durant Daily Democrat (OK) Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Funeral services for Doris Jean Ring were held at 10 a.m. today in the Pathway Church of God. Revs. Bill Lee, Dalton Jaco and Raymond England will officiate.
Burial will follow at West Hill Cemetery , with Carl Guthrie, Brad Davis, Rickey Lee, Jimmy Lee, Clint Clemons and Ronnie Hendricks serving as pallbearers.
Mrs. Ring passed away Saturday, Oct. 3, at Texoma Medical Center at the age of 77 from injuries she received after being involved in an automobile accident.
Jean was born on Sept. 10, 1932, in Bennington to the late Mitchell and Virgie (Davis) Hampton. Jean was married to the Rev. Darold Ring for many years until he passed away in May 1984. As a pastor's wife, Jean was always active in church work, teaching Sunday School for many years and worshipping as a singer and musician.
She loved the Lord and enjoyed studying her Bible.
Her friends and family will remember her as a devoted homemaker who loved cooking and shopping. Jean was a long-time member of the Pathway Church of God.
Mrs. Ring is survived by two sons, Eddie Ring and wife Linda of Sherman, Texas, and Rev. Rick Ring and wife Darlene of Yarnaby ; four grandchildren, Debra and Kim Ring of Sherman, Texas, Michael Ring of Yarnaby and Stacie Wilson and her husband Rickey Don of Bells, Texas; and two great-grandchildren, Emily and Rylan Wilson of Bells, Texas.
Waldo Funeral Home handled the arrangements. The register book can be signed online at waldofuneralhome.com.
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