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In Loving Memory 

 

          Leslie Diane LittleCook

    Oct. 23, 1972 - May 29, 1997

 

Not sure how I am going to start this ,

This page, by far,

will be one of the hardest I have had to do.

Leslie was my Best  Friend of 16 years,

She was my sister, a family member

And I Miss Her So Dearly

 

So here it goes.

 

TO MY TRUE BEST FRIEND:

You were There 

  No Matter What I Ask For,

What I Needed,

YOU WERE THERE.

The Day I Got My Car,

YOU WERE THERE.

The Moment We Walked Across That Stage

And Got Our Diplomas,

YOU WERE THERE.

The Day I Said "I Do,"

YOU WERE THERE.

The Day The Joy Came Into My Life,

YOU WERE THERE.

So Many Memories,

Laughs,

Cries.

YOU WERE THERE.

 Parties and Friends,

YOU WERE THERE.

The Night You Left,

I Looked Into The Stars.

YOU WERE THERE.

 

 

Leslie it's been two years since you left.

It feels like yesterday.

The Pain Is Still There.

I Love You and I Miss You.

I can't wait to see you again.

I know I will see you soon.

Only time will  tell how soon.

I catch myself picking up the phone to call you.

To only realize you are not at home.

I talk to you often

Wishing I could hear you talk back. 

The last time I seen you,

I will never forget a time I needed you,

And here you came.

Before you left that day,

We hugged and said

"LOVE YOU SIS ,"

I Will Never Forget that Moment

For as Long as I Live.

 

I Thank GOD for that last moment with you.

 

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Rest In PEACE

MY SISTER

I LOVE U

AND WILL CHERISH YOU FOR EVER .

 

Love Des

 

Obit

Leslie Diane Little Cook, Ponca City resident, 

died Thursday afternoon, May 29, 1997,

 from injuries received in a train-pedestrian

 accident south of Ponca City. She was 24.

A prayer service will be held at 7 p.m. 

Sunday evening at the Ponca Indian Cultural Center 

at White Eagle. 

The funeral will be Monday morning at 10 a.m. 

at the Ponca Indian Cultural Center,

 with the Rev. Ted Freeman,

 pastor of the Ponca Indian Baptist Church 

officiating. There will be no traditional Indian feast. 

Burial will follow in the Ponca Indian 

Cemetery under the direction of Trout Funeral Home.

Born Oct. 23, 1972, in Pawnee, Okla., 

she was the daughter of John Little Cook 

and Elinor (Buffalohead) Osorio. 

She was a 1990 graduate of Ponca City High School.

Survivors include her father,

 John Little Cook of Stillwater; 

her mother, Elinor Osorio of Ponca City; sisters, 

Carla and Tessa, both of Ponca City; brother,

 Daryl of Ponca City; and half-sisters, 

Arnell and Joseen Little Cook of Ponca City.

 Her grandparents, two aunts

 and one uncle preceded her in death.

Casket bearers will be Jarrett Svoboda, 

Shadlow Buffalohead, Jerry Don Kelley,

 Daryl Buffalohead, Henry Chaney and Steven Parton.

Honorary bearers will be Steven Little Cook,

 Tim Fahs, Edwin Little Cook, Jeremy

 McCormick and Oliver Little Cook.

Click  here for newspaper article's

 

 

This was the last pic taken of Leslie 

It was taken a month before she left us .

 

Leslie I was going through the pages

and updating them and came across

yours I cry every time I come here

I miss you so much and it seems like yesterday 

you were here. I feel you around me 

and every time i see  your pic it reminds me of

what I have lost.  I love you and miss you so much 

till I see you again ...... Des

Leslie, 

Another year has come and gone 

I sit and think of everything me and you have 

been through . You were my security blanket anytime 

I need you , you were there no questions asked. I miss 

that so very much . I find my self wanting to call you 

instead putting down the phone to cry. 

I miss you and love you always no matter what 

remember that , in my heart you will be forever.

Leslie ,

I miss you girl ! I seen your sissy and she looks 

just like you so beautiful ! You now what I'm 

going through please be with me all the way 

I wish you were here I need my blanket of security 

right now more then anything ! 

besides when I'm recovering in the hospital 

who will bring me peanut butter cups?? 

love you !!!!! 

 

Poems for Leslie

  We Miss You

One Sweet Day

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