Juanita Walton
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Obituary for Juanita Walton

Juanita Walton
Juanita Doris (Garrett) Walton was born Friday, December 12, 1919 in Dow, Oklahoma to Otto C. and Ressie (Ames) Garrett. She passed away Wednesday, October 1, 2008 at the age of 88 years, 9 months, and 19 days.
Juanita married Lem "Bud" Walton on December 23, 1934 in Carpenter's Bluff, Oklahoma. They were married for 71 years until her husband's death on November 3, 2005. She was always at her husband's side. She was a good cook and was a very outspoken lady. Juanita was a member of the Kemp Church of Christ and loved playing dominoes and fishing.
Preceded in death by: Grandchildren: Ronnie Walton and Anna Witt Brothers: Otto Coleman Garrett and Kenneth Carroll Garrett Sister: Wanda Shackleford
Survived by: Son: Willie Ray and Thu Walton of Killeen, Texas Son: Billy Murl and Kathy Walton of Kemp. Oklahoma Daughter: Betty and Willie Buchannan of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Daughter:Eyvonne West of Denison, Texas Daughter:Burma and Jim Daley of Kemp, Oklahoma Daughter: Nancy and Charles Cleveland of Durant, Oklahoma Brother: Vernon and Mary Garrett of Kemp, Oklahoma Sister: Bobbie Jean Morton of Lewisville, Texas Special Sister-in-law:Toni Garrett of Lewisville, Texas Half-brother: Garry and Helen Garrett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Half-brother:Eddie and Hazel Garrett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Half-brother:Nathan and Tammy Garrett of Calera, Oklahoma Half-brother: Timmy and Sonya Garrett of Durant, Oklahoma Half-brother: Calvin Garrett of Bosley, Oklahoma Half-sister: Marla and Tommy Kelsey of Colbert, Oklahoma Half-sister: Teresa and Larry Scoggins of Calera, Oklahoma Half-sister:Rhonda and George Anthony of Hayesville, Kansas Half-sister:LaDonna Condor of Denison, Texas Half-sister: Angela Kissee of Calera, Oklahoma
28 Grandchildren 42 Great Grandchildren 3 Great Great Grandchildren Many Nieces and Nephews

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