Gladys Ann Miskovsky, 73, went to be with our Lord and Savior onTuesday, March 7, 2023, in Oklahoma City with her husband, Frank III,and her son, Frank IV by her bedside. She was born in Wichita,Kansas to Armelda and Ned Murad Simon on July 9, 1949. Shemarried the love of her life, Frank III, in 1968. The two wereinseparable and recently celebrated 54 years of marriage.Above all, a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who delighted incooking for her family and friends; allowing no one the slightestopportunity to ever leave her kitchen hungry. She wore many hats asa wife and mother and could always be found in the stands in supportof every, single athletic performance of all three of her children.Gladys loved the outdoors and made many memories with Frank andthe kids in Colorado and loved to fish and water ski at Lake Texoma.Gladys attended Nichols Hills Elementary, John Marshall High School,The University of Oklahoma and former Central State University. Shebegan her real estate career with Truman Miller and obtained herbroker license while serving as Vice President of Churchill Brown andlater formed her own brokerage company. She was also proud toserve as President of the Oklahoma Bar Auxiliary in the mid 1970's.Growing up, Gladys was the pretty blond haired, little girl who lovedgirly things but she could also out-kick and out-throw a football orbaseball farther than any boy her age in the neighborhood. Her beststories and fondest memories of her childhood were about her travelsto Marlow, Oklahoma with her little brother to visit their maternal auntsand uncles affectionately known as the "Gandy Clan".Gladys received world-class care at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center inHouston, Texas and was cared for by surgeon, Dr. Keith Fournier withwhom she became great friends. She also received tremendoussupport from Dr. Van Morris, Houston, TX and Dr. Brian Geister,Oklahoma City with special appreciation and thanks to her nurse,Ashley Nguyen, who cared for Gladys with empathy and compassionat Integris Cancer Institute in Oklahoma City. Gladys fought cancer forclose to five years with incredible courage and stoicism. Her strength,love of life and love for her family will endure forever.She is survived by her husband, Frank III, sons, Frank IV and Travis;daughter Nicole and their respective spouses all of Oklahoma City;grandchildren Madison, Emory, Jake, Mary Elizabeth and Dylan;sister, Gaynelle Seager and brother, Dr. Ron Simon along with manynieces, nephews and loving, life-long friends. Gladys is preceded indeath by her parents and oldest brother, Tommy Ned.Her beloved family will miss her forever. Services will be held at 2 p.m.Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at Nichols Hills United Methodist Churchwith Interment following at Rose Hill Cemetery.