Martha Lee Spruill


Martha Lee (Jennings) Spruill, 82, passed away on May 23rd, 2019. She was born November 18th, 1936 to Robert Lee & Mildred Lucille Jennings, both preceded her in death. The eldest of 4 children, she was preceded in death by her sister, Trinna Marshall and her brother, Robert M. Jennings. She is survived by her brother, Travice Jennings. Martha attended and graduated from Noble High School class of 1954. She was employed at TG&Y for much of her career and eventually owned and operated Marty's Club in Midwest City. She was formerly an avid member of a women's bowling league and enjoyed all things sports related, especially OU Sooners Football. Her feisty spirit will be greatly missed by her abundant family and friends. Memorial services will be held at Travice's lake house at 16504 Archery Range Road, Shawnee OK 74801 on 6/15/19 at 1 p.m. Food provided, casual dress encouraged.
Published on June 7, 2019
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5 posts

Jun 10, 2019
A wonderful women. She taught me so much. Her understanding and wise advice I'll always remember. Love you.
Jun 09, 2019
A truly special lady my mentor my friend my girlfriend and sometimes my mama sometimes my sister back in the day I've missed you and thought of you throughout the years but nothing like I will miss you and think of you and through the years to come. Elbow deep in oysters and hot sauce I love you Diana
Beverly Wicker
Jun 09, 2019
I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful lady, she taught ne so much, she was like a second mother, and I loved her so, so much, you will be greatly missed, and i think i heard you bowling earlier today, RIP love you always! Bev
Janice Riojas
Jun 09, 2019
I know she will be missed by many.
Brenda Arnold
Jun 09, 2019
Such a lovely lady. R.I.P. Martha
My prayers go to her family and friends.