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Sabra Roberta McBride Wray, 97, died Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, at her home.

She was born June 18, 1913, to Ocie and Ida Hilton McBride in a half dugout near Hardesty, Okla.

She married Edmond Marvin Wray Feb. 23, 1930. He died July 1, 1996.

She attended Prairie Bell, a country school.

She worked at the post office and sold Stanley Products in Hardesty. The couple later moved to Adams, Okla., and opened a grocery store for five years and then decided to retire and travel.

She was a member of the First Christian Church of Hooker and Eastern Star.

She enjoyed cooking and knitting.

Survivors include her daughters Phyllis Johnson and husband,  Glade, Hardesty, Betty Ottaway and husband, Bob, Hooker; grandchildren, Paul Marvin Johnson, Gyene Spivey and husband, Brad, Casey Johnson, Sabra Dreyspring and husband, Mike, Jodie Johnson and husband, Corey, Andy Johnson and wife, Peggy, Dr. Mack Johnson and wife, Jill, Woody Nickels and wife, Lana, Laura Marsh, Patti Hayworth and Dana Dycus, Rick Ottaway and wife, Susan, Mark Ottaway and wife, Pam, and  Coreen Jury and husband, Larry; great-grandchildren, Brandi Carroll, Ken G. Johnson, Harry Johnson, Austin Johnson, Chris Spivey, Kevin Spivey, Lexy Glass, Josh Johnson, Jason Johnson, Sarah Guerrero, Rachel Lewandowski, Wyatt Johnson, Morgan Johnson, Alex Schreffler, Nicholas Johnson, Grace Johnson, Sam Johnson and much anticipated new baby boy, Jesse Nickels, Sabra Nickels, Hunter Brown, Dalton Hayworth, Shannan Wray, Amber Carrender, Kelsey Ottaway, Jordan Ottaway, Michael Ottaway, Zach Jury, Daniel Jury and Jerrad Jury; great-great-grandchildren, Cooper, Savannah, Kaylee, Klaudia, Braxton, Hadlee, Creed, Bailey, Peyton, Christian, Steven, Lexy, Mikey, Alex Wray, Laura, Sabra, Drew, Chaise and Kylie.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, Jack McBride, and her sisters, Johnny Johnson Campbell, Ethel Collinsworth and Dovie Phillips.

o Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at the First Christian Church in Hooker, Okla., with the  Rev. Odie Nunley presiding.

Burial will be at the Hartville Cemetery in Hardesty, Okla.

Memorials are suggested to the First Christian Church and may be left at Roberts Brothers Funeral Home, Box 745, Hooker, OK 73945.

Condolences may be left at robertsbrothersfuneralhome.com.

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