Jeanne Angeline Kenagy
August 03, 1924 - January 31, 2010
Jeanne Angeline Wilson Kenagy, 85, passed away January 31, 2010 in Guthrie, OK. Graveside memorial services will be held February 11, 2010 at Elmdale Cemetery in Osawatomie, KS with Pastor Leslie King of First Presbyterian Church of Osawatomie officiating.
Jeanne was born August 3, 1924 in Osawatomie. She was the fifth child of William James Edward Wilson and Mary Angeline Cook Wilson. She graduated from Osawatomie High School in 1942 and worked at the soda fountain of the local drug store.
During World War II, Jeanne worked as a riveter at North American Airplane Factory in Kansas City, MO. Later, she worked for Sears Roebuck until her marriage to Donald Kenagy.
After their divorce, she moved to California where she was employed as an accountant and was a member of the senior center. After retiring, she moved to Ohio and finally to Guthrie, OK.
She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers, William Sewell Wilson and Henry Glenn Wilson and a sister, Videtta Ilene Wilson Wright.
She is survived by her daughter, Donna Kenagy Wilson of Guthrie, OK and son, James Kenagy of San Jose, CA and one sister, Wilma Leone Wilson Hay of Fallbrook, CA.
Arrangements were under the direction of Smith-Gallo Funeral Home, Guthrie, OK.
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