Dorinda G, Brewster, 64, died unexpectedly May 26, 2021, at Willow Park nursing home. She was born December 24, 1956, in Lawton Ok., the daughter of Dixie Leroy and Anna D. (Gilley) Nix. Gail went to Lincoln Elem. Where she was in the choir as well as Girl Scouts. Then attended Central Jr. High and then Lawton High. She was a leader of the brownie Scouts. After that she went to Vo-tech in Lawton and got three degrees. There was not much that she did not know how to do. During that time, she got married to Frederick A. Sewell in July of 1975, they had two children Amanda and Andrew Sewell. After that she Married Richard W. Brewster in January of 1989 and had one other son Kyle C. Brewster. She was with Billy Kolb for 9 Years and in that time, she was the Chairperson and Organizer for Organ Transplant Fund Raiser for Billy Kolb. Then she was with John (Tuffy) Spivey for ten years and helped him run his businesses.
She is proceeded in death by both Parents Leroy and Anna Nix, her two nephews Brandon and Bryan Linville as well as her partners Billy Kolb and John (Tuffy) Spivey. Surviving she has three children. Daughter: Amanda Sewell and Partner Darrell D. Shaw Sr. with their children Ana R. and Darrell D. Shaw Jr. of Lawton Ok. Son: Andrew D. Sewell in Lawton Ok. with his children Aiden D Sewell in Tulsa Ok, and Leilani Sewell of Lawton Ok. Son: Kyle C. Brewster and Partner Tiffany Palmer with his Children Joise, Daisy, Bonnie, and Chloe Brewster of Lawton Ok. Also, her three siblings Thomas D. Nix of Lawton Ok., Emma and Sid Collins of Cache Ok., And Kimberly B. Nix of Lawton Ok. As well as a whole lot of Nieces and nephews and great-Nieces and nephews.
Gail was a loving person that loved to help as much as she could. She organized Billy Kolb’s organ transplant fundraiser; she also took care of John Spivey till the very end. No matter what it was, if someone was in need, she was always there weather or not she had the time or not or the means to do so. Anyone that knows her knows she is hard core on the outside but in the inside, she was just a teddy bear and would do anything for anyone. She will be missed by many.
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