Bobbie Jean Tritten, 85, of Norman, went home to Jesus on August 12th, 2021,.
Bobbie was born on December 5th, 1935, to B. C. and Josephine Greenhaw in Oklahoma City. After graduating from Classen High School in 1954, she discovered her calling of serving others and working for her family.
In 1952, she met Ronald Carl Tritten, and they wed in 1954, going on to have 4 children, Ronnie, Kelvin, Kathy, and Karen.
When Bobbie had Ronnie, she dedicated her life to being a fantastic and wonderful mother. Bobbie excelled at propping up all members of her family and supporting them through the many passions and difficulties of their lives. Whether that was Ronald farming all his cattle or supporting her family through running the Gateway parceners, she made it her mission to improve the lives of others.
Bobbie was a devoted Christian who was always willing to server others in Christ’s name and when she wasn’t filling her home with warmth and kindness, she could be found in her chair reading and sharing wisdom. We will miss her greatly.
Bobbie was predeceased by her parents, Husband, beloved son Kelvin, brother Buford Clinton Greenhaw, niece Annette Greenhaw, and niece Deborah Nelson. She is survived by her children Ronnie and his wife, Vanessa of Alvarado, TX, Kathy and her husband, Jerry of Seminole, OK, Karen and her husband, Chuck of Norman, OK; brother Charles Greenhaw and wife Carla of Oklahoma City, OK; sister Cleta Newell Champion and husband H.L. of Wakita, OK; 8 grandsons, Jared and wife Jamie Childers of Moore, OK, Scott and wife Mia Childers of Seminole, OK, Justin and wife Alana Childers of Moore, OK, Josh and wife Wendy Gage of Alvarado, TX, Christopher Gage and fiancé Megan Cantwell of Alvarado, TX, Aaron and wife Kimberly Tritten of Burleson, TX, Tyler and wife Amber Tritten of Bigsby, OK, Stephen and wife Joselyn Quartuccio of Norman, OK; and 1 granddaughter Arielle Quartuccio of Norman, OK and Shawnee, OK; and 17 great-grandchildren.
She was the best mother there ever was and will ever be.
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