Life Story for
Raelynn Womack Bryson
Raelynn "Sissy" Bryson went home to be with her Lord and Savior January 9th 2018. Raelynn is survived by her father Jim Womack of Yukon; brother Wade Womack of NY; sister-in-law Susan Womack; nephew Brett Womack and niece Sara Womack. She was preceded in death by her mother Mary Donna Womack.
Raelynn was born in Oklahoma City and as a young girl moved to Alaska with her family for a few years and enjoyed the northern life. She returned with her family to Oklahoma where the family settled in Yukon. Raelynn was a graduate of Yukon High School. Raelynn's career found her working for the Federal Government with the Navy in Denver, Colorado. Raelynn enjoyed being back in a place that was reminiscent of her precious days in Alaska. She lived near her cousins and their children and valued the family time tremendously. After several years, Raelynn came back to Oklahoma. She continued to work for the Federal Government at Tinker Air Force Base. She truly enjoyed working at Tinker and always had wonderful stories to tell about her work and her co-workers.
Raelynn was quite an adventurous and true country girl who loved finding off-the-beaten-path country places to live. As a country girl and her Daddy's daughter, she knew that duct tape could fix almost anything. She was proud of her independence and at the same time cherished her family. Many times you would hear her bragging about her niece and nephew who thought she was the coolest aunt in the world.
Raelynn's faith was also an important part of who she was. She was never one to back down from a person in need. She truly put everyone before herself. She worked many ministries including the Fountain of Faith Ministry in Oklahoma City that fed the hungry. Raelynn took pride in caring for the families of our community. Raelynn's love of living things wasn't just for people, but included all her furry friends including Hank, Fred, Dexter, Jake, Buddy and so many more.
Raelynn will be remembered as a loving daughter, sister, and aunt, and cherished friend who touched the hearts of many and was a true blessing to all who knew her. To celebrate her life, Ruben Townsend will conduct a service at 10am on Saturday, January 13th at Smith & Turner at 201 E. Main St, Yukon, OK. Her family will receive friends on Friday, January 12th from 12-3pm and 6-8pm at Smith & Turner. Burial will follow the funeral service at Yukon Cemetery at 660 Garth Brooks Blvd, Yukon.