Bridgett Lynn Gregory of Terlton, Oklahoma, age 30 years died Thursday, October 18, 2018 in Jennings, Oklahoma. Bridgett was born September 22, 1988, the daughter of Mr. Anthony James Beall and Laura Ruth (Allen) Lazear. Attending Terlton Schools until the 4th grade, she was a graduate of Cleveland High School in 2007.
Bridgett was creative, she loved to draw. Known for having a huge heart, she always thought of others before herself. Taking a stand against bullying, she stood up for her friends when people picked on them, making sure others never were taken advantage of.
Survivors are her three children Johnathan Wayne Carlson, Trisha Rianne Gregory, Kody Lynn Gregory; mother Laura Lazear of Terlton, Oklahoma; father Anthony Beall of Cleveland, Oklahoma; two sisters Tonya Rose Mitchell of Terlton, Oklahoma, Rebecca Marie Beall of Terlton, Oklahoma, father of Trisha and Kody, Cody Gregory of Cleveland, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by paternal and maternal grandparents.
Bridgett will be laid to rest with her grandmother in Terlton Cemetery following her cremation. Arrangements for Bridgett are under the direction of Chapman-Black Funeral Home in Cleveland, Oklahoma. Friends may share a memory with the family online at www.chapman-black.com.
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