Camilla  Pinkston
A Celebration of Life for Camilla Hurley Pinkston, 3 days short of 100, will be held at 1:30 P.M. Thursday, November 7th at Epworth United Methodist Church, 402 West Iowa, Chickasha, Oklahoma. Born to Albert and Lela Hurley in Minco, Oklahoma, she had two brothers, G. B. Hurley and Charlie Hurley. She graduated from Minco High School in 1937 and attended 2 years of college at Oklahoma College for Women. She attended Comptometer School in Oklahoma City and then worked for Oklahoma Hardware. In 1942, she married Don E. Pinkston and they established a home in Minco. They had 3 children, Gary, Gerry, and Don. The family moved to Chickasha, Oklahoma in 1957 where Don & Camilla lived for over 50 years. Besides being a homemaker, Camilla worked alongside Don in his Supreme Radio & TV business. Later in life, Camilla worked in 2 Savings & Loan businesses as a loan officer. Don & Camilla were members of Epworth Methodist Church where they were active in the Wedding Ring Sunday School Class, the Yet Set, and Camilla was involved in the United Methodist Women, helped with Lenten lunches, Women's Bazaar, and distributing the Epworth Messenger. She loved watching college football, women's college basketball and softball & Texas Rangers baseball team. She was especially a fan of OSU where all 3 of her children graduated.
Camilla was preceded in death by her parents and 2 brothers and her husband. She is survived by her son Gary (Kathi), her son Don (Connie), and daughter Dr. Gerry Pinkston. Also surviving her are grandchildren: Brian Pinkston (Lisa), Jeff Pinkston (Shannon ), Tonya Fitz (Jonathan), Casey Pinkston (Maria), and Breanne Hindley (Travis). She is survived by great grandchildren Kinsley and Keeley Pinkston, Sophia Fitz, Eli and Jonah Pinkston, Mila and Max Hindley and Eli (T) Pinkston. She is also survived by a niece, nephews, and their families. Special thanks to all the caregivers that were involved in helping Camilla in the last several years.
Published on November 4, 2019


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lois cook
Nov 06, 2019
A beautiful lady she leaves with many happy memories and we are honored to have known her.asking God's Blessings on her family.
Bill Wilson
Nov 04, 2019
So sorry to hear of your mother's passing, but what a nice long life she had with you. Praying that God's peace and comfort are sufficient for your sorrows at this time.