Marianna Isabel (Tankersley) Constable, 45, passed away Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Tulsa, Oklahoma. Two days after her father's death, Mari had an aneurysm October 29, followed by a stroke. Her walk on this planet ended after 20 days in Hillcrest ICU. Mari was born May 21, 1973 to Famous J. Tankersley and Judy Sue (Bolan) Freeman.\r\n\r\nMari was born in Tulsa and the baby of 8 children, three from her mother and three from her father, plus her brother Famous from both parents Famous and Judy. She attended Sapulpa High School class of 1991 in Oklahoma. Mari loved to garden and loved picking wild flowers. She found beauty in the simple things of life and her smile could light up a room.\r\n\r\nShe married September 19, 1992 in Sapulpa to Jason E. Constable and created the loves of her life; two sons Dylan Constable and Noah Constable. They lived in Oklahoma and Texas and vacationed and traveled throughout the United States and Mexico for almost 20 years. Mari had different jobs in sales, substitute teaching, real estate and helping friends, but her greatest job was being a homemaker and head cheerleader for Dylan and Noah. Mari enjoyed watching Dylan play soccer and his BMX bike tricks. She enjoyed watching Noah with track and wrestling. Mari's new love came with grandson Liam who called her Neena and can't understand why she can't come home.\r\n\r\nMari loved the ocean, and would try to always find a vacation where she could be near an ocean. \r\nShe was not materialistic and would give you the shirt off her back if she thought you needed it. \r\n\r\nMari is survived by; Sons Dylan Christian Constable and Noah Ivan Constable of the home; her former husband of 21 years Jason Constable; all of Oklahoma. She is survived by one grandson Liam Constable. \r\n\r\nMari is survived by her mother Judy (Bolan) Freeman of Tulsa, OK; Brothers Famous (LaDonna) Tankersley, Tulsa, OK; Scott (Kit) Bratt, Ponca City, OK; Zane (Diana) Lovelace, Sand Springs, OK; Sisters Tammy (Randy) Bias, Jenks, OK; Julie Luna, Tulsa, OK; Georgianna White Oliver and husband Todd Trehubenko. She is survived by Judy's two sisters, aunt Marilou (Chris) Hines and Aunt Barbara (Bolan) Entrichel, and her father's two siblings: aunt Connie Tankersley Baker; uncle Max (Jutta) Tankersley; step mother Jeanne Tankersley and numerous cousins.\r\n\r\nShe is survived by 23 nieces and nephews and loved them all. From her brother Famous, Jordan, Sahara, McKinley, Niagra, Famous, Chesapeake, Catalina and Bekka. From her brother Scott, Blake and Alisha. From sister Julie, Brett and Storm. From Sister Georgianna, Teddy and Alex . From Sister Tammy, Shannon, Shawna, Brandy, Jodie, Bradley. From brother Zane, Zane jr, Lindsay, and Jesse. From Brother DeLane, Rosie. \r\n\r\nMari was preceded in death by her father Famous J. Tankersley 3 weeks ago on October 27, 2018 and a brother DeLane Lovelace 17 June 2015. \r\n\r\nIn Mari's own words, "Love while the opportunity exists, I should have stayed longer, I thought I had more time, I will love you forever and ever." \r\n\r\nFrom her Sapulpa Class of 1991: It is not fancy hair, gold jewelry or fine clothes that should make you beautiful, No, your beauty should come from inside you--the beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit. That beauty will never disappear and it is worth very much to God - 1 Peter 3:3-4.\r\n\r\nIf you would like to honor Mari's life, remember her sons and keep in touch with them through the years and tell them and others the stories of Mari's life so they can share with all the future generations. They will be comforted during times when they won't have her guiding hand to help them. Smile, you never know how bad someone may need it. She always had a smile and that beautiful red hair, no matter how she felt. Her work on earth is done and may she rest in peace.