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"Those who wander are not always lost."
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Elizabeth Carol Celeste Chatman, 32, of Las Vegas and formerly of Oklahoma City will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Baptist Temple on NW 30th and Villa in OKC. Burial will follow at 2 p.m. at Maxwell Cemetery near Ada.
Elizabeth was born in Edmond on July 30, 1985. Liz graduated from Putnam City West High School in Oklahoma City, and she attended South Oklahoma City Community College, Heritage College to become a personal trainer and Metro Tech Cosmetology School.
Liz was a talented artist and had dreams of attending art school. She worked in charcoals, pencil and water colors. Liz gave her life to Jesus at 9 years of age and rededicated at age 29. Liz was a kind and loving person to all.
She is survived by her parents, Leslie and Susan Chatman; five older brothers, Lewis Chatman, Benjamin Morehouse and wife, Sonia Limberis, Jon Chatman, Willie Chatman and Chauncey Chatman; her grandfather, Jackie Allen, and grandmother, Geraldine Chatman; her uncles, Danny Allen and wife, Kelly, Dr. Toby Allen DDS and wife, Melissa, Keith Chatman and Gordan Chatman; her aunts, Monica Chatman and Frances Chatman; beloved nieces and nephews, Rheanna, Trinity, and Isaiah Watson, and their mother Tina Watson and grandmother Anita Davis; her youngest nephew, Josiah Chatman and his mother, Shonta Dhanani; and her mother ,Dena Dhanani. Liz is survived by many relatives and many, many lifelong friends.
Preceding her in death are her grandfather, John Chatman; her grandmother, Shirley Allen; her uncle, Greg Chatman; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Liz was found Aug. 25 near St. George, Utah. Her cause of death is pending at this time. She had just turned 32 years old. She had relocated to the Las Vegas area in late June to start a new life.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Criswell Funeral Home, Ada, in her name.
Published on September 20, 2017
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