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Juanita Wilson

June 11, 1937 — October 12, 2020


Juanita Ruth “Nanny” Wilson, 83 of Poteau, Oklahoma passed away on Monday October 12, 2020 in Fayetteville, AR.  Nanny was born on June 11, 1937 in McAlester, Oklahoma to Hazel and William Booth.

She was a loving mother, sister, and Nanny. She was devoted to Eastern Oklahoma State College where she helped many students with their financial aid.

She was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, husband L.P (Hoot) Wilson, sisters Mary Booth, Betty Bartlett, and brothers William Booth, Billy Booth, Preston Booth and Doyle Booth.

She is survived by her two sisters: Lela Booth of Red Oak, Oklahoma and Dorothy Murray of Kansas City, Kansas: Her one and only son, Delbert Kindle of Poteau, Oklahoma, who made her world go around in perfect harmony. She had four grandchildren: Misty Wright and husband Dennis of Poteau, Angie Dunigan, Marsha Robertson and husband Todd of Poteau and Brandon Kindle of Poteau, Oklahoma all of whom she thought the world of and loved as her own children. She always taught the girls to be ladies and successful in life. Her only grandson Brandon: she instilled in him to be a gentleman and be successful in life as well, six great grandchildren, Logan Cannon, Payton Cannon, Jordan Cannon, Rilee Dunigan, Kadon Cannon and Jaydon Kindle of whom never did any wrong in her eyes. She had one great-great granddaughter Kaselyn Cannon-Bottoms of which was her little baby.

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Friday, October 16, 2020

Starts at 2:00 pm

First Baptist Church

S Main St, Red Oak, OK 74563

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