NIX, Georgia Sue

Georgia Sue Nix
( April 24, 1946 – November 03, 2016
Georgia Sue Nix was born April 24,
1946 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Georgia Belva and Homer Newton Ivy. She
passed away November 3, 2016 at Elk City, Oklahoma at the age of 70 years, 6
months and 9 days. 
Georgia Sue, the granddaughter of a
pioneer settler, grew up on the family ranch south of Durham on the Washita
River that was claimed in 1892. As a young girl, Georgia Sue gave her life to
Christ and was deeply rooted in her faith and the Lord’s word. She attended
schools at Durham and Reydon graduating from Reydon High School in 1964. After
graduation, she was married and moved to Okmulgee, Oklahoma where she obtained
her associates degree. Georgia Sue moved back to the family farm where she
worked as a secretary and a case worker for DHS and later was employed with
K101. She returned to Southwestern Oklahoma State University where she received
her Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Records. Georgia Sue worked for hospitals in
Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Wichita Falls and Sayre before making her home in Elk
City, Oklahoma. She enjoyed all things western including horseback riding with
her horse “Smokey”, barrel racing, and drag racing her 1965 Ford
She was preceded in death by her
parents and 1 step-son, David Nix.
She is survived by her cousins,
Gordon Thomas and wife, Melba, Reydon, OK, Dana Hartley and husband, Tom,
Bethany, OK, Linda Milacek, Enid, OK, Nelia Padgett and husband, Tom,
Lexington, KY, Bette Petersen, Tulsa, OK and a host of other relatives and
Services will be held on Monday,
November 7, 2016 at 2:30 in the Durham Baptist Church and burial in Fairview
Whinery Funeral Service online