Carrie Beth Hilliard, 1973~2018
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Carrie Beth Hilliard, 1973~2018
Carrie Beth Hilliard, 1973~2018
Carrie Beth Hilliard, 45, of Sallisaw, Oklahoma, formerly of Moab, Utah, died in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Oct. 29, 2018.

She was born Aug. 14, 1973 in Moab to Peggy Sue (Avery) Hilliard and Donald Howard Hilliard. She married John Gil in 1991. They later divorced. She was a cashier and a Protestant.

She is survived by her son, Daniel Gil of Vian, Oklahoma; daughter and son-in-law Paige and Steven Ramsey of Sallisaw; granddaughter, Graclyn Beth Ramsey; her mother, Peggy Sue Hilliard of Sallisaw; three sisters: Connie Hilliard, Alison Pope and Andrea Sifer, all of Sallisaw; four brothers: Randy Malaska of Alma, Arkansas, Darren Malaska of Austin, Texas; Arthur Jones and Anthony Jones, both of Perry, Oklahoma; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends.

Her father, Donald, preceded her in death.

Services were held Nov. 2 in Sallislaw.

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