- Ada, Oklahoma


June 17, 2014

Eva Mae Shaw

Ada — Services for Eva Mae Shaw, 70, of Ada are at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Criswell Funeral Home Chapel. The Revs. Glen Russell and Bill Sluder will officiate. Burial will follow at Rosedale Cemetery.

Mrs. Shaw died Saturday, June 14, 2014, at her home. She was born Jan. 6, 1944, in Allen to Fred and Lottie Mae Sluder Wofford. She attended Lula schools and graduated from Lula High School.

She married Jerry Shaw Dec. 10, 1966, in Durant. He preceded her in death Aug. 11, 1989, in Ada. Mrs. Shaw was a homemaker and a member of the College Heights Missionary Baptist Church.

Survivors include a son, Jerry Kevin Shaw and wife, Crystal, of Ada; two grandsons, Jerry Austen Shaw and Tristen Lee Shaw, both of Ada; a granddaughter, Lorren Aubrey Shaw of Ada; two brothers, Clyde Wofford of Lula and Carl Wofford of Ada; and five sisters, Ruth Shaw and Ruby Standridge, both of Ada, Nana Lou Click of Arlington, Texas, and June Nemecek and Shirley Jefferies, both of Ada.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; her twin sister, Ava; and brothers, Jess, Ralph “Lefty,” Earl and Fred Ross Wofford.

Bearers will be Tony Nemecek, Joe Nemecek, Chris Wofford, Alan Winton, Austen Shaw, Tristen Shaw and Dale Pool. Honorary bearers will be Eric Martin, Buck Martin and Roger Shaw.


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