Funeral Services for Lorene Marsico, 94, Clinton resident will be held 2:00 P.M., Friday, September 16, 2022, in the Corner Stone Church, officiated by Pastor Roy Dobbs and Pastor Jerrod Nunn. Burial will follow in the Clinton Cemetery, under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.

Lorene Mae (Hoffman) Marsico was born March 18, 1928, to Carl Hoffman and Vera (Smith) Hoffman on the family farm in Washita County (near Foss) and passed away Saturday, September 10, 2022, in the Corn Heritage Village in Weatherford, OK.

Lorene attended and graduated from Stafford High School in 1945. She started her working career right out of high school, working for Judge Keen. Soon after high school she married Raymond Wooldridge on January 24, 1946 in Lynchburg West Virginia and where they moved for a short time and then returned to Clinton. To this union two children were born, Michael and Karen Raylene.

In 1956 they moved to Amarillo, TX where she was employed at Boys Town.

In about 1966 she moved back to Clinton and was married to Victor Marsico on April 15, 1966, and to this union William Nicholas born. They made their home in Bethany, OK and she was employed with the Hertz Rent-a-Car where she retired. She was also employed as an assistant teacher at the First Church of God School, which was her favorite place to work.

She moved to Clinton in 2013 and was a resident of the Angelwood Assisted Living Center before moving to Corn Heritage Village in Weatherford.

She was a long time and faithful member of the First Church of God Church and now Corner Stone Church. She enjoyed gardening, listening to music, dance, and travel.

She is preceded in death by her parents, and both husbands.

She is survived by daughter, Karen Raylene McCharen, Yukon, OK, two sons, Michael Wooldridge, and wife, Judy, of Maryland and William Nicholas and wife, Sherri, Norman, OK, sister, Ann Spitz and husband, Franklin, Stillwater, OK and brother, Floyd Hoffman and wife, Retha, Clinton, OK.

She is also survived by ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.