In Memory

Paula Keele

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08/23/12 05:10 PM #1    

Abbe Andersen

Paula's Obit from the Woodward, OK newspaper:

Woodward, Okla. — Paula Mae Brouwers Kemper was born in Broken Arrow, Ok. On August 17th, 1954. Paula passed away at the OU Medical Center on Saturday, March 31st 2012 with her family at her side. She is the second daughter of three born to Russell Keele and Jackie Lawson Keele. Paula  moved to Phoenix,Arizona in 1959. she graduated from Camelback High School in 1971 and attended Scottsdale Community College. she worked at Mountain Bell and spent time in Florida and Oklahoma. She met Patrick Brouwers while working at Walmart in Broken Arrow, ok. They were married in 1979. Pat and Paula lived in Hobbs New Mexico, Marland, Tx., Conway,Ark., and several other places before Pat was transferred to Woodward,Ok. In 1986. Paula began working in real estate as a sales associate and then as a Broker while being a soccer mom and active in school activities. Patrick Brouwers passed away in 1992.  In 1995 Paula Mae Brouwers married Douglas A Kemper. Paula worked with Doug as owners of Showtime Kwik Stop and Classic Auction Company. In 2000 Paula found her true calling when she went to work for Woodward County Abstract. she quickly used her skills to become a title specialist, abstractor and also the manager of the business. through her leadership and commitment the company has flourished. Paula Mae is survived by her husband and her six children. Jackie Jones and husband Taos Jones and their children Kade,Kale and Kamryn, Patrick Stephan Brouwers and wife Brandy and daughter Blair, Phillip Andrew Brouwers and wife Cassie and son Patrick , Jason Kemper and wife Rachel and children Jaselyn and Hayden, Cynthia Kemper and daughter Hannah and Charles Green and his children Madison and Ethan. She is also survived by her mother and father and sister Keena and husband Jim Myers and sister Peggy Yaeger and husband Michael and a niece, Melanie and a nephew, Kenny and many special friends and business associates. Paula always did her best to find a solution and lend a helping hand. She will always be cherished and never forgotten by those who love her and hold her friendship. In lieu of flowers the family asks you to donate to the OMRF in Paula's name.

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