Reverend Walsa Mae Foxx, age 97 of Tulsa, took her heavenly flight Wednesday, December 18, 2019 in Tulsa.
A celebration of life service will be Monday, 11:00 a.m., December 23, 2019 at Mobley-Groesbeck Chapel with Reverend Sam Crenshaw officiating. Walsa will be laid to rest at Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery in Sand Springs. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service of Sand Springs.
Walsa was born on July 14, 1922 in Wetumka , Oklahoma to James Edward and Lillie Mae (Crabtree) Finney. She graduated from Wetumka High School and married Tony Foxx on June 7, 1941 in Ada and the couple moved to Sand Springs. Tony passed away on February 3, 2010 after sixty-eight years of marriage. Walsa pastored churches at Jennings and Berryhill and was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Sand Springs for over fifty years. She had been recently attending church at South Heights Assembly of God in Sapulpa. Walsa was an ordained Minister with the Assemblies of God for over fifty years.
She is survived by her daughters; Carolyn Mae Bingham of Tulsa, Kathryn Jeanine Young of DeKalb, Illinois; two brothers, Lance Finney of Auburndale, Florida and Lowell Finney of Sand Springs; six grandchildren, Melvin Bingham and wife Sally of Wichita, Kansas, Mechelle and husband Reverend Larry LaRive of DeKalb, Illinois, Brenda Layman and husband Ted of Weleetka, Oklahoma, Kimberly Hall and husband Ronnie of Stigler, Oklahoma, Marsha and Reverend John Canfield of Okemah, Oklahoma, Krystal Martin and husband Thomas of Broken Arrow. Also surviving Walsa are fifteen great-grandchildren and eleven Great-Great Grandchildren.
Walsa was preceded in death by her parents, husband Tony Foxx, daughter, Joyce Foxx, two sons-in-law, Danny Young and Melvin Bingham; two brothers, Reverend Lonnie and Ray Finney; a great grandson, Daniel Layman.
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