Ashlie Nikole Maloy
Ashlie Nikole Maloy (Hawley), 31, of Phoenix, Arizona, lost her battle to cancer on October 19, 2019, with Randi Maloy by her side. Ashlie was born November 3, 1987, in Shattuck, Oklahoma, to Robbie Hawley and Stephanie Buss.

Ashlie spent the majority of her childhood in Goodwell, Oklahoma. She transferred as a senior to Buffalo High School and graduated in 2005. She attended college at NWOSU in Alva, Oklahoma, and graduated December of 2011 with a degree in education. As an elementary teacher, she focused her energy on helping children who had learning difficulties, and she had a unique ability to encourage them to work hard and believe in themselves.

Ashlie is survived by her spouse, Randi, who was loving, selfless, and of great comfort to the very end; her parents, Robbie Hawley, Stephanie Buss, and Kirk White. She is also survived by her siblings, Raegan, Raechal, and Troy Hawley; Jerica Landrum and her husband David; Eva Pawlicki and her husband, Rhyan; her nephew, Josiah Landrum, and niece, Josie Pawlicki, who were both the light of her life; maternal grandmother, Linda Hoover; and great-grandmother, Wilma Chase. She is also survived by many family members and friends who will miss her dearly.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00, Saturday, November 16th, at the Harper County Fairgrounds in Buffalo, Oklahoma. **Childcare provided.
Please use this address to send a card:
Stephanie Buss, PO Box 573, Buffalo, OK 73834.
If you would like to have a plant or flowers displayed at the service, please contact the flower shop, Misty Arbor 580-735-2953.
Published on November 4, 2019


Celebration of life

Saturday November 16, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Harper County Fairgrounds
Buffalo, OK

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