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Helen Joy Lampkin

d. November 8, 2023

Helen Joy Lampkin

 

Helen Joy Lampkin, affectionately known as Toni to her family and friends, was born in Enid, OK to Vera and Ted Parkinson. She peacefully passed away on November 8, 2023. Shortly after she was born, the family moved to Ponca City. There Toni went to Ponca City schools, graduating from Ponca City High School. After graduation, she attended Stephens College in Columbia, MO. She finished her studies at the University of Oklahoma where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

 

In 1959, Toni married Ben Lampkin and moved to Oklahoma City where they raised six daughters.

 

Toni loved to travel extensively with Ben. She was a wonderful knitter. She also was an accomplished bridge player and loved animals her whole life. She was an avid supporter of Planned Parenthood and for many years, she volunteered for the La Leche League.

 

Toni could not have been more proud of her daughters and will be missed most by them.

 

Toni was predeceased by Ben Lampkin, the father of her children and her daughter Missy.

         

She is survived by her daughters and their families; Julee and husband John and Julee’s children; Park Oruch, Ruby Coyle and her husband Mathew Barger. Katie Lampkin and her daughter Natalie Marshall. Tori New and husband Scott and their children Charlie and Roxy New. Holly Lampkin and her son Benjamin Brody. Nicole Lockton and her children Olivia, Carley and Stevie. Also, stepsons Billy Coyle (Heather), and Bob Coyle. She had four great grandchildren, Jack, Lilly, Lilah, and Charlie.

 

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Planned Parenthood, OKC Humane Society or the charity of your choice.

 

Rest in peace Sug. We love you.

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