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Graveside services for Dorothy Mae Hare, 67, of Norman, Oklahoma, formerly of Rockdale, were held Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, at Oak Lawn Cemetery in Rockdale with Chaplain Margaret Clemings, VistaCare Hospice chaplain, officiating.

Mrs. Hare died Tuesday, Dec. 7, at her daughter’s home in Norman, Oklahoma.

She was born Feb. 9, 1943, in Talladega, Alabama, to Athie McLarn and Charlotte Mae (Honeycutt) Phillips.

Mrs. Hare was a homemaker and enjoyed the outdoors, roses, fishing and her family.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Bob Allen; her second husband, Jimmy Simmons; her third husband, Ray Hare; three children, Harry Allen, Jimmy Ray Allen and Charlotte Mae Simmons; a brother, Robert McLarn Phillips; three sisters, Ann Barker, Betty Barker and Mary Harmon; and two daughters-in-law, Ginger Allen and Elizabeth Simmons.

Survivors are six sons, Michael Allen and wife Karla of Odessa, Harold Allen and wife Sue of Rockdale, Joseph Simmons of Odessa, William Simmons of Norman, Oklahoma, Homer Simmons and wife Jessica of Noble, Oklahoma, Eddie Ray Hare and wife Sarah of Guthrie, Oklahoma; two daughters, Shelly Jones and husband Randy of Odessa, Tania Seale and husband Glen of Norman, Oklahoma; her primary caregivers, grandson Matthew Seale of Norman, Oklahoma, and Kaylee Simmons; and two sisters, Christine Phy and husband Michael of Roanoke, Virginia, Pat Rhodes of Odessa; also, 41 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Michael Allen, Harold Allen, Joseph Simmons, Homer Simmons, William Simmons, Eddie Hare, Randy Jones and Glen Delong.


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