Claudia  Solomon
Claudia Ann "Dee" Solomon made her journey to Heaven on January 11th, 2019 at the age of 56 years. She was born to Claudell and Carolyn Sue (Chowins) Overton on January 16, 1962 in Cushing, OK.
Dee graduated from Ada High School and received a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from the University Of Oklahoma. She married the love of her life Frank Solomon on December 22, 1985 in Pauls Valley, OK. She was not only a Wife, a Mother, and a Grandmother, but a Teacher and a Coach for more than 30 years. Dee was a passionate Educator who believed in children and in helping them fulfill their dreams. She loved working with the children in special education and coaching girls whether it be soccer, track, basketball, softball or cross country. Her Grandchildren were the light of her life that she kept close to her heart.
Dee was preceded in death by her Father, a Son Trevor and her Father-in-law Wayne Solomon. Those who survive her include her Husband Frank of the home, (1) Son Tyler Solomon and wife Jamie of Noble, (2) Daughters; Kelsey Kirby and husband Nathan of Noble and Kensey Solomon and her fiance' Taylor Grissom of Noble, Mother Sue Overton of Norman, Brother Bo Overton of Oklahoma City, (2) Sisters; Cara Talafuse of Dallas, TX. and Susan Craton of Bentonville, AR, (4) Grandchildren; Hudson, Hadley, Emma and Reid, her Mother-in-law Mildred Solomon, Niece Claudia Talafuse and Nephew Hunter Overton and many other relatives and friends.
A memorial service will be held at 7:00pm Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at the Noble High School Gymnasium.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Noble Public Schools Foundation,
www.noblepsfoundation.org/deesolomon
Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral Home
Published on January 14, 2019

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