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Darrellyn Pack

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Darrellyn Pack

Funeral services for Darrellyn Pack were held Saturday, June 5,2021 at 2:00 PM at the Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel in Wetumka, OK. Interment followed at the Wetumka Cemetery.

Darrellyn Pack was born November 16,1960 in Hobbs, New Mexico to Darrell and Linda Seeley. She passed away, Sunday, May 30,2021 in Tulsa at the age of 60.

Darrellyn attended Wetumka Public School and Wes Watkins Technology Center where she received her nursing degree. She was part of the first nursing graduate class from Wes Watkins. She worked as an LPN for 20 years. She loved being a nurse and traveling, especially to Colorado and Eureka Springs, and spending time with her family. Big family gatherings during the holidays, birthdays, family reunions and Sunday dinners were a must. She will be dearly missed by so much family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her father, Darrell Seeley, daughter, Jamie Lynn Pack, and son, Jacob Isreal Pack.

Survivors include her husband of 44 years, Michael Dee Pack of the home, mother, Linda Seeley, two sons, Michael Pack and wife Kylie of Wetumka, Ok., Joshua Pack and wife Ashley of Bayfield, Co., daughter Sharon Tyler and husband Billy Ray Guinn of Wetumka, Ok., two brothers, Brett “Bubba” Seeley of Wetumka, Ok., James Perry Seeley and wife Pat of Wetumka, Ok., 11 grandchildren, Austin Blake Tyler, Avery Elizabeth Tyler, Olivia Jade Guinn, Jozeph Jonathon Pack, Sissy, Bella, Kayden, Khloe, Makala Dawn Pack-Johnson, Jaxson Isreal Pack, Jayden Isaac Pack, Jace Ian Pack, Daxton Wade Pack, and Kimberlynn Nicole Pack. 2 great grandchildren, Sophia Maria Pack and Jettson Isreal Pack.

Serving as pallbearers were Avery Tyler, Britney Austin, Kimberlynn Pack, Kambree Seeley, Olivia Guinn, Makayla Pack, Jaxson Pack, Jayden Pack, Blake Tyler, Jozeph Pack, Jace Pack, Billy Ray Guinn, and Russell Austin

Services were under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Wetumka, Oklahoma and officiated by Doyle Seeley.