Funeral Services for Charlotte Kreizenbeck, 59, Clinton resident will be held 10:00 AM Friday, July 22, 2022, in the Cornerstone Church, officiated by Pastor Roy Dobbs and Pastor Jerrod Nunn. Burial will follow in the Arapaho Cemetery under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.

Charlotte June (Marshall) Kreizenbeck was born October 31, 1962, to Raymond Gerald Marshall and Doris Aletha (Petty) Marshall in Clinton, OK and passed away July 17, 2022, in her Clinton home.

Charlotte was raised in Clinton, Oklahoma and was a member of the Clinton High School 1979 graduating Class. She married Christopher Kreizenbeck on December 30, 1978, in Clinton.

She was a stay-at-home mom for several years and she also operated an in-home day-care center. She continued her education at Redlands Community College and received her associate degree in accounting in 2011. She was employed several years at Elaine Fransen CPA office, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Assessment Office, and before she retired in 2020, she worked 19 years for the Assessor’s Office at the Custer County Courthouse.

She was a longtime member of the Cornerstone Church. She enjoyed planting flowers and trees and maintaining an immaculate yard. She loved to do interior decorating, shopping for decorations, rearranging furniture, and spent countless hours thinking up projects for Chris to do. Most of all, she enjoyed spending time with her seven grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her dad, Raymond Marshall, grandparents, Joe and Neola (Haney) Marshall and stepfather, Wayne Stanford.

She is survived by her husband, Christopher, of the home, daughter, Terri Lynn Barger and husband, Rex, Lookeba, OK, sons, Rusty Shane Kreizenbeck and wife, Nicola, Weatherford, Cody Wayne Kreizenbeck, and wife, Courtney, Arapaho, OK; mother, Doris Stanford, Erick, OK, two sisters, Renee DeSpain and husband, Carl, Arapaho and Leah Stennett and husband, Mike, Elk City, OK; three brothers, Gerald “Butch” Marshall and wife, Patti, Binger, OK, Joel Ray Marshall and wife, Liz, Arapaho, OK and James McCullock and wife, Alicia , Erick, OK.

She is also survived by seven grandchildren, Madilynn Barger, Maci Barger, Katie Kreizenbeck, Jake Kreizenbeck, Conner Kreizenbeck, Ciler Kreizenbeck and Claire Kreizenbeck.

In honor of her dog Newt and love of animals, the family has suggested those wanting to give a memorial contribution may do so to the Heart of Oklahoma (Heather Estrada) P.O. 273, Clinton, OK 73601.