Our Sincere Sympathy


Loy Bett Wagner
September 6, 1916 - May 28, 2005
Woodrow Wagner
November 9, 1915 - May 29, 2005
All of Woodrow & Loy Bett's Children attended Moss School
 

     Loy Bett Wagner was born September 6, 1916 near  Mulberry, Arkansas to Floy Jackson and Grace Adams Jackson and passed from this life May 28, 2005 in Holdenville, Oklahoma at the age of 88. Mrs. Wagner was raised in the Pleasant Ridge community and attended the Pleasant View School.

     Woodrow Wagner was born November 9, 1915, also near Mulberry, to Robert Samuel and Mary Elizabeth (Schuller) Wagner. He passed away on May 29, 2005 on his home place near Holdenville, Oklahoma at the age of 89. He was raised in the Mulberry area and was a graduate of Mulberry High School.
     Woodrow and Loy Bett were married on October 3, 1936 at the home of her aunt and uncle in Mulberry. In 1945 they relocated to California for a short time then finally settled in Oklahoma. They first made their home on a farm near Horntown owned by his sister. They remained in Hughes County their entire life together, being married nearly sixty-eight years.    
     Loy Bett was a loving homemaker, but had also worked outside the home at the Moss School cafeteria and later for Seamproof in Holdenville.  Woodrow spent many years working in the Oklahoma oil fields while also farming and raising livestock. Loy Bett loved to sew and often made clothes for her family. She also enjoyed gardening and canned many of the things she grew. Woodrow just loved to meet people and talk. If he ever met a stranger, they weren't one for long.
     Survivors include: their sons and daughters-in-law; Robert and Corene Wagner of Oklahoma City, Jackson and Joy Wagner of Moore, and Steve and Mary Wagner of Wetumka; her sisters. Grace Evelyn James and Bobbie Sue Edwards   of   Mulberry, Arkansas, JoLetta Frasier of Vinita, Oklahoma; her brother Fount Jackson of Riverside, California: their grandchildren Annett Love of Oklahoma City, Roger Wagner of Tampa, Florida, and Brian Wagner of Wetumka; great grandchildren, Melissa   Spearbeck   of Oklahoma City and Morgan Wagner of Wetumka; great-great grandchildren, Katherin and Merissa Spearbeck of Oklahoma City; along with several step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
     Funeral services were Thursday, June 2, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at the Living Water Pentecostal Holiness Church with Rev. Don Williamson and Rev. Joe Bruner officiating. Pallbearers were Jackie Mills, Robert Brauer, Randy Brown, Richard Nolen, Phillip Lee, Kevin Nolen, Gerald Roberts, P. D. Brown, Mark Brown, Billy Brown, Larry Langwell, and Dale Ross. Honorary bearers were Lloyd Stringfellow, Derl Blaylock, Virgil Gann, and Brian Wagner. Interment was in the Wetumka Cemetery under the direction of Williamson Funeral Home. 

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