Ozella Kay Powell was born April 17, 1950 in Wagoner, Oklahoma to Glee and Charles. She passed away May 2, 2021 in Oilton, Oklahoma. \r\n \r\nIn 1970 Kay married Randy Wayne Powell who later passed in 2008. They lived in Tahlequah, Oklahoma while Randy attended college. Shortly after they moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma for Randy's career. They finally made their home in Silver City, Oklahoma in 1981. Kay wanted to raise her three boys in the country to escape the hustle and bustle of the city life. \r\n \r\nKay enjoyed gardening, bird watching, riding her horses, fishing, and mowing the lawn in her Paisley halter top and her daisy duke shorts. She was not shy at all. Kay was a free spirit, a spitfire of a woman. She was not afraid to speak the truth to anyone. She had absolutely no filter. Kay had a heart of gold and so much love to give. Kay also was a woman of many hats! She loved when people would give her compliments about her hats. \r\n \r\nWhen health issues arose she would always tell us, "The good Lord isn't ready for me and the Devil says don't send that "B" down here"! On May 2, 2021 The good Lord called her to come home. During her last 4 months of life Justin and/or Pamala would ask her if she needed anything. She would reply with "just a new body and a good looking young man"! Pamala told her "Mom you had the best good looking man, and I married him". She just smiled and said all my boys are good lookin! A few days before her passing she mentioned wanting to see all three of her boys together. By the grace of God they were all there with her the day before she went home to be with the good Lord and reunite with her husband Randy and family in heaven!\r\n \r\nSurvivors include her 3 sons and 9 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild on the way. David Wayne Powell and 2 sons of Kellyville, Oklahoma, Jeffrey Charles Powell and wife Karen Powell and 7 children of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Justin Brian Powell and wife Pamala Powell of Oilton, Oklahoma. \r\n \r\n \r\nFuneral services will be held at 11:00AM on Friday May 7, 2021 at Legacy Chapel-Dillon Funeral Service, 1200 North Cleveland Ave, Sand Springs, Oklahoma followed by a Celebration of Life lunch in Legacy Chapel.