Kae Frances Chambers
It all began on the 8th day of May in 1941, when Aaron and Mammie [Holman] Finley were blessed with a baby girl in Schulter, Oklahoma. She was named Kae Frances.
Kae grew up in Okmulgee, where she attended Dunbar High School and was a member of the Class of 1961. She married shortly after completing high school. She met Clarence Edward Chambers and they were married.
Mrs. Chambers lived in Okmulgee for 62 years, but spent the last eight months in Tulsa. Her family was always affiliated with Mount Zion Baptist Church, and she professed a hope in Jesus Christ, was baptized and joined the church in 1973.
Kae, best described as Miss Personality, was known for her candid speech. She was a loving mother and grandmother. She was a homemaker and stressed the value of education, strongly to her children, always encouraging them to achieve more in life. She enjoyed shopping, listening to music and going to garage sales. Kae particularly experienced great pleasure visiting older friends in the nursing homes and providing any items they were in need of. She will be missed but forever remembered.
Kae Frances Chambers, in her sixty-third year, dozed into peaceful, eternal slumber with her loving family by her side on Friday evening, May 28, 2004 from Tulsa Nursing Center. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, her brothers, Ben Finley, Clarence Finley, Jeffery Davis Finley and Samuel Finley, a half-sister, Dorothy Edmondson.
She leaves in God‘s care; five children, Brigitte Dorsey and husband, Deroys Dorsey, II, Sherry Adams, Vincent Chambers, Karen Richardson and Richard Chambers, all of Tulsa, Oklahoma; her adopted son, Donald "Big Boy" Scott, Okmulgee, Oklahoma; her grandchildren, Cornelius Harper, Jr., Thomas Adams, Krystal Joi Harper, Terrence Adams, Javencia Chambers, Myeshia Smith, Willie Adams, Jr., Kaeron Chambers and LaDarian Jackson; her greatgranddaughter, her heart, Jaydah Goff; her sisters, Cora Irene Conley and Mae Frances Finley, both of Wichita, Kansas and Lucille Finley, Tulsa, Oklahoma; her brothers, Aaron Finely, I/, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Alvin Finley, Tucson, Arizona; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and her life-long friends, Wanda Barnett, Doris Jean Seals, Doris Bradford, Earlene Gaines, McArthur Washington and Arvester Mitchell.