Deana McMasters of Midwest City, OK passed away Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Midwest City, OK. She was 49 years of age. Deana was born on May 31, 1968 in Midwest City, OK to Dennis and Vicky Stewart Dronberger.
Memorial Services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, 2018 in the Chapel of Brown Dugger Funeral Home in Perry, Oklahoma with Pastor Kevin Vogele of River of Life Christian Center Drumright, OK officiating. Interment will be at a later date. Arrangements are in care of Grace Memorial Chapel of Ponca City, OK.
Deana grew up in Oklahoma and graduated from high School in Oklahoma. She served a tour of duty in the United States Air Force. She enjoyed fishing, reading, watching movies and entertaining others in her home.
Survivors include: 2 sons Christian McMasters of Midwest City, OK and Nathan McMaster of Cushing, OK. 2 brothers: Jason and wife Amy Dronberger of Stillwater, OK Jerry Dronberger of Russellville, AR, Her mother; Vicky Dronberger of Lamont, OK and several Nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father; Dennis Dronberger.
Online condolences may be done at www.gracememorialchapel.net
Gonna miss you...a lot. Those long phone conversations we had, our both growing up in southern Missouri, both being at Minot, re-connecting after all these years right here in Oklahoma. Really gonna miss beer and pool with you, but most of all just the down to earth person that was Deana. Godspeed my friend.
Stacey WardSpencer, OK
We are saddened to hear of Deana's passing. We became friends with the Dronberger family when they lived in this area and have many fond memories of the times we spent together. Our condolences to the family.
Jake and Joan StratmannMuldrow, OK
My Prayers and deepest sympathy goes out to Deana’s Family and Friends. Wished I could have been at the class reunion in September to see you again. May you RIP you will be missed.
Monica (Mantz) SinghChicago, IL
I am truly saddened by untimely happening. D you are truly going to be missed by all that you have touched. You two young men, stay strong and continue to move forward. You were the apple of your mother's eye, as the saying goes. She told me every time she and I spoke that the two of you were her greatest success. My prayers are with you and your family. My friend, I will see again
We became fast friends when you moved to Missouri. Not enough words can express what you meant to me . You will forever remain in my heart . You were taken from us way too soon but you will never be forgotten. Love always , Keely
Keely MarshallKennett, MO
My prayers and condolences to her family. May God give you strength to endure. #classof87 #kennettindians
Regina LemonsLiberty, MO
You were such a kind and funny person.. I'm so glad I got to see you in September. You will be missed by so many . Until we meet again
High School is a time when many friendships are forged but it's truly a blessing when you remain lifelong friends. I, like so many others, have been very shocked and grieved to hear about the sudden loss of such an amazing person. Deana and I had so many wonderful FUN FILLED times together. I can't recall a time that we were together that we were not making the other person laugh. Seeing her again in Sept for the Class reunion truly was one of the biggest highlights for me. Only recently were we talking about how she might try to schedule some time to come to Nashville or perhaps I could come and visit her. I know I will see her face again some day and I will get to hear her laughter but now for she stays in my heart - Until then - Love you sweet girl!
Robbie EvansNashville, TN
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Although I worked with Deana a short time, she was smart, beautiful, and always made me laugh.
TanyaMidwest City, OK