Jaclyn Lane Rutledge, 33 year old resident of Elk City, OK, went to be with the Lord on March 11, 2014. Jaclyn was born to Jesse and Billie Rutledge on December 26, 1980 in Shattuck, OK.
Jaclyn spent her life in Elk City and accepted the Lord at the age of 13 at Main Street Baptist Church in Elk City, OK and she received her GED in 2003. Jaclyn was blessed with 7 children; James “Kyler” Rutledge, Victoria Ivianne Knisley, Michael Joseph Knisley, Jacob Joseph Knisley, Penny Lane Knisley, Abby Rose Knisley, and Adalynn Kennedy Porter.
Those preceding Jaclyn in death are her daughter Victoria Knisley, Sons Michael and Jacob Knisley, grandfather Tom Alexander and grandmother Shirley Anne Rutledge; Great-Grandfather Henery Rutledge and Great-Grandparents Wilbur and Dorthy Wellman.
The ones left to remember Jaclyn are her parents, son James “Kyler” Rutledge and daughters Penny Lane and Abby Rose Knisley and Addlynn Kennedy Porter; sister Brandy Hunter of Elk City, OK; Grandfather Levi Rutledge of Woodward, OK and grandmother Rose Alexander of Woodward, OK and a host of other family and friends .
Funeral services were held on Saturday March 15, 2014 at 2:00 pm at the Vici Community Center, Vici, Oklahoma with interment following in Fairlawn Cemetery, Fort Supply, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family at shawfuneralhome.net. Shaw Funeral Home of Vici.
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