Molly Francis Layton
Molly Francis Layton of Wynnewood, Oklahoma was born to Frank and Mary Kaiser on January 24, 1927 in Chattanooga, Tennessee and passed from this life on December 19, 2019 at her home near Wynnewood, Oklahoma at the age of 92 years.
Molly spent her childhood days on Lookout Mountain with Miss Mildred learning how to be a great southern lady.
Molly and Roy Layton were married at Lake Tahoe, Nevada and have made their home in Wynnewood, Oklahoma for many years.
Molly was a florist and had an AA in business administration and accounting. She was president of Officers Wives Club, a Red Cross volunteer, worked Air Evac in Japan for the soldiers coming back from Vietnam, president of Pink Ladies of Pauls Valley General Hospital and president of lots of golf groups.
In her spare time, she loved to golf and would strive to win every golf tournament she entered. Molly would have liked to have been a professional golfer. The most important thing she taught others is that life is what you go after and to care for all stray animals whenever you can.
Mrs. Layton is survived by husband, Roy O.W. Layton of the home; daughter, Deborah Layton, and daughter-in-law, Becky; brothers, James and Donald; and 3 grandchildren - Brian, Jimmy and wife Aline (with a great-grandchild on the way) and Errol.
Mrs. Layton was preceded in death by sons, Rick and Earl; parents Frank and Mary Kaiser; and brothers, Robert and Lonie.
Funeral services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, December 28, 2019 at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Pauls Valley with Rev. Suzy Lindley and Father Richard Burris officiating.
Interment will be in the Oaklawn Cemetery under the direction of Wooster Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to St. Timothy's Church or PAWS. You may send a condolence to the family at
Published on December 20, 2019


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