Delores Ann (Graff) Owens was born on March 6, 1931, in Harper County, Oklahoma to Howard (Pat) Graff and Irene (Epp) Graff. Delores grew up in the Kibby community, attended Kibby Grade School and graduated from Ft. Supply High School in 1949. Delores and John Owens Jr. were united in marriage on January 26, 1949, at Perryton, Texas. They made their home west of Buffalo, on her grandparent Epp’s farm and ranch. To this union, three children were born, Michael Kent, Randy, and Pam. Delores loved being a homemaker, wife, and mother. She also enjoyed working in her church especially with the “kitchen crew.” During wheat harvest the hands looked so forward to the meals Delores delivered to the harvest field. Delores cooked, sewed, and ironed for her family and kept her home spotless. Delores liked music, Neil Diamond in particular and reading novels. Delores especially enjoyed watching her grandkids and great grandkids in their activities. Getting her hair done, once a week was a priority with Sandra Shane for almost 50 years. Besides her work in the Buffalo United Methodist Church, Delores belonged to the "Red Hats” organization and helped with Blood Drives over the years. Delores went to be with her Lord and Savior on January 4, 2023, at the Western Skilled Nursing Home in Buffalo, Oklahoma. Delores was proceeded in death by husband, John Owens Jr; infant son, Michael Kent Owens; parents, Howard and Irene Graff; aunts Vivian Harper and husband Frank Harper and Marie Umpleby. Delores is survived by son, Randy Owens and wife Judy of Laverne, Oklahoma; daughter Pam German and husband Steve of Buffalo, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Lindsey Long of Laverne, Oklahoma; grandsons, Michael Owens of Laverne, Oklahoma, Kenton Owens and wife Heidi of Edmond, Oklahoma; great-grandchildren, Makenzie Long & Gentry Long of Laverne, Oklahoma, Connor Owens & Ashley Owens of Edmond, Oklahoma; brother-in-law, Ronnie Owens of Woodward, Oklahoma; sister-in-law; Marcella Champ of Owasso, Oklahoma, Ardith Owens of Phoenix Arizona, many cousins, nieces, nephews, other family, and friends. The family suggests memorials to the United Methodist Church of Buffalo or to a donor’s choice in care of Wilkinson Funeral Service.