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Genevieve Anita Swan

August 27, 1957 ~ December 29, 2021 (age 64)


“God’s Blessing”


It was  Wednesday, August 28,1957 in Enid, Oklahoma when Billie June Carr and Aubrey Cecil Swan welcomed into the world a beautiful bundle of Joy. The name that was given to this angel on that day by her parents was Genevieve – French, meaning "God's blessing."

Proverbs 22:6

“ Train up a child in the way she should go, And when she is old she will not depart from it.

Genevieve, matriculated through The Enid Public School System. Genevieve’s secondary education culminated in the spring of 1976 when she accepted her diploma and graduated from  Enid High School.

Proverbs 23:25: May she who gave you birth be happy.

Genevieve was blessed by God to be able to bear good fruit in the form of a beautiful daughter Kenisha Harrison and a vivacious son Micah Rucker. The time spent with her children was always treasured. Genevieve spent countless hours crotcheting memorable pieces for her friends and family. The memories of her unique works of art wiill live on for eternity for those who knew her best. 

1Corinthians 13:11

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a woman, I put away childish things.

Genevieve had a very caring personality. Genevieve’s talents and skills allowed her professional career to span from personal customer service to healthcare. Genevieve’s professional career culminated at the Skyview nursing center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Ecclesiastes 3:1

A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance.

Genevieve was proceeded in death by her mother Billie June Carr and father Aubrey Cecil Swan. She is survived by her daughter Kenisha Harrison of Oklahoma City, OK and a son Micah Rucker (Jennifer) of Gilmer, TX; two brothers Rodney Brown of Plano, TX and Dwight Brown of California; three sisters Audrey Jones of Enid, OK, Heidi Swan of Grapevine, TX and Julia Swan of Ft Worth TX, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. 


My Mother's Last Words

Thinking back to the first years of my life,
I recall a face that cannot be replaced
With eyes so blue as the deep blue seas,
And as bright as the stars in the heavenly space.

My mother was beautiful from her head to her toes,
With an aroma of perfume like a sweet wild rose,
Her skin was so smooth, like the best woven silk,
And as pink as carnations, mixed with pure white milk.

I remember her smile, oh so clear.
When I rest and think, I feel her so near,
I still feel her kisses,
I still feel her touch,
And the hugs and embraces that I miss so much.

I remember her voice so gentle and kind,
As she sang a lullaby and eased my mind.
I loved her words so firm and strong
That directed and taught me right from wrong.

But most of all, I remember the way
We knelt together at night to pray.
She’d ask God to bless me and then gave me a kiss,
Then said goodnight with the voice that we all miss.

Although she is gone I am sure she still guards me
The way that she did in those days bright and happy.

My mother was more than a Mother to me,
She was also a friend, the best there could be!

Love Kenisha and Micah



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