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Loryn K. House

Whittney lassetter and family
Muskogee, ok
May 15th 2013, 06:15 pm

Jayna and Ray u in r prayers. Loryn was a beautiful and loving young ladie, she will be missed.


Jadi Gibbs
Stillwater, Okla.
May 15th 2013, 02:55 pm

Ray, Jayna, and Josh-- I'm so sorry to hear about Loryn . She has always been in my thoughts threw the years, sense your family moved from Stillwater. We often tell new workers about the things we learned by having her in our class. She taught me many different things about life and she was just a young girl at that time. Even though she couldn't see everything she could hear everything, and was a happy girl. Sorry for your loss, I'm sure she is dancing in heaven. Jadi


Bill and Glenda Burch
Glencoe, Oklahoma
May 15th 2013, 12:10 pm

Jayna and family, Bill and I are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thought are with you through the difficult time. We love you. With our deepest sympathy, Bill and Glenda Burch


Becky Shipley
May 15th 2013, 08:14 am

Ray, Jayna, and Josh: I am heartbroken for your family. Loryn was such a sweet girl. I have said many prayers for all of you this week. Hugs from Stillwater, Becky Shipley


May 15th 2013, 06:41 am

Praying for the Family.


Marcella Bynum
Muskogee Ok
May 15th 2013, 06:26 am

We love you very much. If you all need something call.


Karen Allen
May 14th 2013, 01:56 pm

Memories of Loryn, I had the experience of being Loryn’s physical education and SET teacher for many years. SET stands for student enrichment time, a block of 20 minutes every morning with a small group of students to visit and address any students concerns. I found myself becoming enriched by Loryn more and more every year she attended OSB. Each morning, Loryn would share the important details of her mornings and her life. She always had a piece of jewelry to show that matched her outfits beautifully. She liked to share her breakfast menu and let me know of her healthy diet. Through Loryn, I learned all about the “Twilight” series with never having seen a movie or reading a book. She was an expert! All of these conversations would take place while bouncing a big blue hop ball. She must have worn through half a dozen of the “HOP 66” models. Our morning visits were not just focused on her. On Mondays, she wanted to know how many miles I might have jogged over the weekend. Many a Saturday, she was my inspiration to hit the road. I knew she would ask on Monday, “How was your jog, Mrs. Allen?” She also loved to share the stories of her pets and farm animals. Loryn surprised me one day with the best gift a teacher could receive, she named one of her billy goats after me! Loryn had a great sense of humor. We would have silly conversations about her cousin, Little House who lived on the Prairie, and when he might come to visit. Some mornings we would play bocce and she would say, “Don’t cry when I beat you, Mrs. Allen. Loryn was known for many things at OSB; sonic bag champ of the school, best left handed bowler, her determination to learn braille, the amazing math facts she could figure out in her head and her love of family. I am happy to have known you Loryn. I know I won’t forget you.


Ronna Johnston
OK School f/t Blind
May 14th 2013, 01:33 pm

Ray, Jayna and House Family, Loryn had the sweetest smile and disposition! She leaves a lot of cherished memories with everyone who met her in her short journey. She could make even the cloudiest day brighter with her smile and laughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.


Pam Nelson
Wichita, KS
May 14th 2013, 01:28 pm

Dear Ray and Jayna, JoAnn called me this morning and told me of Loryn's passing into the arms of her Heavenly Father on Sunday. Even though we're family, I'm sorry to say that I didn't get to know Loryn personally. Everything I've ever heard about her through your grandmother & grandpa ("Aunt Tootsie and Uncle Dean" to me!) let me know how deeply she was loved, and that she returned that magnificent love to all of you. As I still grieve over the loss of my mother, Marie, on April 10th, I will also remember to lift up your whole family in prayer. I know the comfort of the Holy Spirit will be your strength. I heard this today, and hope it might comfort you, also: "Divine Power + Divine Compassion = Everything you need." Love and Prayers, Pam Nelson


Rachel Butler
May 14th 2013, 01:05 pm

I am so sorry for your loss. Loryn was such a sweetheart and it was a blessing visiting with her. You are in my prayers. I can't imagine the loss, but I pray for your comfort and peace. Love, Rachel


Marqueta Goad
Muskogee, OK
May 14th 2013, 12:47 pm

I am so sorry for your loss. I absolutely loved Loryn. She was such a fun young lady. She will be greatly missed. I will never forget the "thank you" note from her, she made my day.


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