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Lillian V. Rimmer

June 19, 2004 ~ September 24, 2021 (age 17)

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Lillian “Lillie” Virginia Rimmer age 17, passed away in a car accident Sep 24, 2021

Lillie is survived by her mother Misty Sexton and Chris of Mustang, her siblings Madeline Rimmer, Christopher Sexton, Kacie Rimmer and Jaxon Sexton; her father Jed Rimmer and Fiance Amanda Branum of Newcastle; sister Peyton Branum; her grandparents Charlie and Diane Rimmer of Newcastle; grandparents Mike and Amy Gammons of Clarksville TN.; grandparents Fred and Tracy Villines of Moore; her Aunt Amanda Albright and husband Ryan four cousins Tayler and Brandi Smith, Hadlee and Greyson Albright of Edmond; her Aunt Darci Poe and husband Aaron and cousin Stella of Norman; uncle Zach Stover and cousin Kinley of Newcastle; aunt Casie O’Daniel and cousins Tatum and Axtyn of Moore; great grandparents Muriel Rimmer of Norman and Marjorie Hicks of Norman and many other aunts, uncles and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her grandfather George Mckinnon, grandfather Mark Shropshire,  cousin Cooper Schmidt, grandfather Don Rimmer, great grandfather Jimmy Hicks, uncle Jimmy Hicks, great great grandmother Hortense Virginia McGinnis (her name sake), and great grandmother Edna Benton.

Lillie was born to Misty and Jed Rimmer on June 19th, 2004, in Oklahoma City, OK. Lillie was number one in her class at Newcastle High School with goals to be Valedictorian and was also currently attending  Mid-America Vo-Tech for cosmetology. Lillie was determined to be an FBI agent and when interviewed to get into Mid-America her reasoning was, “to get my license in cosmetology to pay for my college because you get to make your own hours and it would work for a college student”. She also stated, “I want to be the hottest FBI agent”. 

Lillie played competitive softball for many years and when she made the decision to hang up her cleats and go back to playing basketball her parents supported her decision thinking she would “ride the pine”. Little did they know she wouldn't be sitting on the bench for long. When Lillie committed to something whether it was a person, sport, or school she gave it her all. Lillie Rimmer was part of the National Honor Society at Newcastle High School. She also worked at Newcastle Pizza Shop and loved her co-workers and they loved her.

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Services

Service
Tuesday
September 28, 2021

1:00 PM
Life Church Mustang
1052 E. State Highway 152
Mustang, OK 73064

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