Sarah Elizabeth Megli

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Sarah Elizabeth Megli, 93, Carnegie, passed away on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, in Hobart, Oklahoma. She was born in Hobart, on January 25, 1922, to James and Mytle (Beckham) Greeley. Liz moved to Cowden, Oklahoma, and grew up on a farm. She graduated Cowden high school in 1940. Liz married Howard Megli on August 26, 1940, in Anadarko, Oklahoma. After she married, she moved to a farm in Cowden, Oklahoma, on Spring Creek. Liz and Howard bought a farm they called their home place in 1944, where she raised all three of her children. In 1968, she and Howard rented the farm out and sold all the farm equipment. Liz loved working hand in hand with her husband with any help he needed on the farm, especially bottling the calves. She moved to Carnegie, Oklahoma, in the early 1980's. Liz was an Ombudsman at the Carnegie Nursing Home for many years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Carnegie. Liz taught the Butterfly class at the First Baptist Church. She loved to make scrapbooks. Liz also loved butterflies. She is survived by: her husband, Howard Megli, Carnegie, Oklahoma; one son, Max Megli and wife Linda of Alfalfa, Oklahoma; one daughter, Betty Chaplin and husband James of Hobart, Oklahoma; one daughter-in-law, Sheron Megli of Lane, Oklahoma; six grandchildren, Lisa Megli of Yukon, Oklahoma, Teri Boyd and husband Todd of Weatherford, Oklahoma, Kevin Megli and wife Courtney of Mansfields, Texas, Chad Chaplin and wife Dana of Weatherford, Oklahoma, Jamie Talley and husband Nathan, Hobart, Oklahoma and Troy Megli, of Lane, Oklahoma; ten great-grandchildren, Taylor and Tanner Boyd, Austin and Ashton Megli, Landri and Grady Chaplin and Megli, Harper, Finnley, and Greleigh Talley; and one brother, Melvin Greeley and wife Betty of Mt. Dora, Florida She is preceded in death by: her parents; one son, Earl Megli; two brothers; and two sisters. Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 7, 2015, with Rev. Earl Stephenson officiating. Burial was held at Carnegie Cemetery, Carnegie, Oklahoma, under the direction of Ray and Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie, Oklahoma.