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Mrs. Marriamma Daniel, affectionately known as "Ammachi" to her family, friends, and church family was born on 12/10/1930 in Kulanada, Kerala, India. She was the second of seven children to her beloved parents, Chacko Oonnunny and Annamma Chacko. She was raised in a Jacobite family, and later had the privilege of accepting Jesus Christ as her personal savior andreceived water baptism. She married the love of her life, T.E. Daniel, in Ooonnukal, Kerala on January 20, 1944 and supported his business ventures until they moved to the U.S. to be near their children. The Lord blessed them with six children Joy, Ponamma, Ammini, Omana, Monachan and Aniyan.
In her younger years, Marriamma was known for her extreme hospitality and selfless love to others including taking care of her mother-in-law who was paralyzed for 7 years, feeding underserved kids in her neighborhood, and so much more. She had a burden for serving all people regardless of social status or faith. In 1983, Marriamma immigrated to the United States and was immediately loved by all friends and family and became a prominent member of the International Pentecostal Assembly Church. She was known for her status as a great prayer warrior who spent hours meditating in the Word of God daily. This quality equipped her to endure the trials of life which was impactful to all those who knew her. She absolutely loved her church family and would never miss a single service if she was physically able to go. One could immediately surmise that her vibrant love for the Lord formed her incredibly strong character.
Marriamma's love for her family was beyond compare by practically raising all 11 of her grandchildren with sound wisdom and her strong hand but encompassed with a deep compassion for her family. She had also made it a point in her life to stay curious about the things of this world and to always stay informed on current events any chance she could get. Mariamma had incredible cooking skills and had a fun-loving side to her that everyone loved. She was an avid fan of the Price is Right and had an infectious laugh that made everyone smile.
Marriamma is preceded in death by her husband T.E. Daniel and son Joy Daniel and is survived by her sons Eppachen Daniel and Vinoth Daniel, daughters Ponnamma Philip, Ammini Thomas, and Omana Varghese; sons-in-law George Philip, T.A. Thomas, and P.G. Varghese; daughters-in-law Sunu Daniel and Bansi Daniel; grandchildren Sanju Philip, Jency Joseph, Sajan Philip, Justin Thomas, Angela Daniel, Allen Varghese, Tisha Mathew, Eliza Daniel-Varghese, Alvin Varghese, Reba Daniel, and Charlie Daniel and 12 great-grandchildren.
Her family, friends, and church community loved her dearly and she will be greatly missed.A visitation and viewing will be held on Thursday September 21st from 5:00pm-8:00pm, Friday September 22nd from 9:00am-3:00pm. A Prayer Service will be held Friday September 22nd at 6:30pm at the International Pentecostal Assembly Church in Yukon, OK. The Homegoing Service will be held on Saturday September 23rd at 9:00am with burial to follow at the Yukon Cemetery.
The website for streaming services will be: https://www.youtube.com/ipaokc
We will have all the services live streaming through there.