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Team Radio mourns loss of beloved employee

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 8, 2018 10:09 am

Illene W. Ozment

March 02, 1942 – November 06, 2018

The owners and staff of Team Radio join the family and friends of Illene W. Ozment in mourning her death this week.

Illene Ozment was born to Robert Webb and Audrey (Noble) in Beaumont, Texas. After graduation from Beaumont High, Illene attended Louisiana State University, where she played in the Marching Band.
In 1967 Illene moved to Stillwater to pursue a Masters Degree in Housing and Interior Design. In 1971 she was employed by the City of Stillwater to write a grant for a community arts program and Multigraphis (now Prairie Arts) was created.
In 1977, Illene was awarded a Fullbright Scholarship to study textile design in Sri Lanka. Upon returning to Oklahoma, Illene married her best friend, Pat Ozment, and they made their home in Ponca City for next 30 years. Unto this marriage two sons were born, Joshua Patrick and James Adrin (Jimmo). In 2007 the couple moved back to Stillwater and made their home in rural Payne County
Illene was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Audrey and two brothers, Robert and Don. She is survived  by her husband of over 40 years, Pat, and sons Joshua and Jimmo (Bri) all of Stillwater; grandsons, Tavar Booze, Dean Webber Ozment & Harry Cole Ozment all of Stillwater, Adrin Wayne Ozment of Austin Texas and daughter in law Katie Stiechen of Austin
Celebration of life will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Stillwater. Memorial contributions can be made in Illene’s name to St. Andrews and Stillwater Medical Center Foundation
 

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