EULAH FAYE ELIZABETH MOORE SWEETEN BUZZARD
October 6, 1932 to March 25, 2021
By a tall white chat pile in Picher, Oklahoma
Is where Faye’s mother gave her life.
Faye’s mother was the daughter of John & Victoria Webster
And she was Howard Moore’s wife.
Faye’s father sacrificed his health to work in the lead mines
Where many miners gave their life leaving behind a sad and
Broken family of children and a grieving wife.
Faye was raised in a miner’s shack near that tall, white, chat pile
By a loving mother and dad with five more sisters and four loving brothers.
A finer family unit could not be had.
Faye received her education in “the town that jack built” from 1st grade to
Her senior year. Though times were hard and there was little money, she still held to memories that were dear.
Faye moved to Grove, OK with her three sons to start a new life.
A few short years later, she became Dennis Buzzard’s wife
And added a daughter to share their life.
God gave her a loving family of her very own.
Someday they will be together in her new and glorious home.
Eulah Faye Elizabeth Buzzard, 88 year old Grove resident, passed away Thursday, March 25, 2021. She was born in Pitcher, OK on 10/06/1932 to Howard and Jesse Moore. She grew up with four brothers and five sisters and was a long time member of First Baptist Church of Grove, OK.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 29 years, Dennis Buzzard and son Wayne Sweeten.
Faye is survived by her three children, Dr. Robert Sweeten of Neosho, Missouri and Larry Sweeten of Grove, Oklahoma and Lisa Agre of Stamford, Connecticut; five grandchildren, Trey Sweeten, Katie Dewey, Cassie Moore, Mandy Agre, and Natalie Agre; seven great grandchildren, Averi Sweeten, Myleigh Sweeten, Elsie Dewey, Maddon Dewey, Truett Dewey, Ainsley Moore, and Micah Moore; one Brother, Ray Moore, of Shawnee, Kansas, and one Sister, Trena Stansberry, of Phoenix, Arizona; several nieces and nephews; as well as many other extended family and friends.
She will be greatly missed!
Memorial services will be 2 p.m., Monday, March 29, 2021 at Grove's First Baptist Church with Pastor Jim Paslay officiating.