Obituary of Teri Ralynn Jewell
Teri Ralynn Langston was born on August 5th, 1975, at Bartlett Hospital in Sapulpa Oklahoma to Ronald Langston and Loretta Fletcher. Teri was called to her forever home on May 12th, 2023. Teri was proceeded in death by her mother Loretta Fletcher and grandparents Gordon and Mildred Fletcher, Racey Taylor and Vera Langston. Teri is survived by her father Ronald Langston and her sister Robyn Wilson; daughters Taylor (Laramie), Hunter (Randall) and Rylee, stepchildren Brittany (Jeremy), Brandace and Ricky (Rachel) & Raven Jewell. Grandchildren, Hunter, Blakeleigh, Legacy, Ayden, Kayden, Brantlee, Breckyn, Henslee and Randall Paul Morgan Jr AKA Little man, the joy of her life. She was not afraid to let anyone know that her little man was her pride and joy.
Being a nana was something she was so excited to become. She was also a proud aunt to Nicci Langston, and aunt TT to her three children Gavyn, Kaycen and Maizley. Teri graduated from Kiefer High School in 1993. Shortly after she graduated, she went on to have her oldest daughter Taylor Ralynn Pemberton on January 10th, 1994. She was a young proud new mother and loved every second of it. She worked at Bio's in Sapulpa for many years as a caregiver. She ended her career as a caretaker shortly after she met Rick Jewell of Sapulpa Oklahoma and started a life with him, taking on 4 new kids to the bunch. She was proud of the family she was starting to create. A couple of years later Teri and Rick were blessed with a new bundle of joy on December 11th, 2000, Hunter Kay Jewell was brought into the world. Teri was in awe over the new addition to the family. Then came the baby of the family, Rylee Sue Jewell, on December 28th, 2008. Teri was a family woman, but she loved having a good time with her friends, she loved riding Harley's, going to the lake, and relaxing outside with the people she loved, watching the sun go down and listening to music. You would never see Teri without an ice-cold diet Pepsi and a cigarette in her hand. She was known for the 'Teri ash' because she would wait forever to ash her cigarette.
It’s the little things that will always remind us of her. The way the sun sets, the smells around us, little critters crossing our paths; She is all around us. Teri is in no pain, and she is now forever with her mom that she missed so much.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Teri Jewell, please visit Tribute Store