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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma


Teresa Juanita Garrett Jones

October 7, 1961 ~ July 8, 2020

© Durant Dailey Democrat
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Submitted by: Terry Dudley

Teresa Juanita Jones (Garrett) went Home on July 8th , 2020 in Louisville, Tn. Teresa was born in Durant, Oklahoma, October 7th, 1961 to Junior Dan Jones and Dovie Juanita Sheffield (Jones). Teresa attended Blue High School and was a Cheerleader. She married and had two children Tessa Marie Garrett (Reagan) and Casey Wayne Garrett. Teresa loved her children and her 3 Granddaughters dearly. Teresa was the 6th of 7 children and was proceeded in death by her Parents and her Brother J.D. Jones all of Durant , Ok .

Teresa was that Fun and Crazy Aunt that EVERYONE loved to be around. She knew how to turn a frown upside down and make even the darkest days brighter. Teresa had many nieces and nephews that she loved very much.

Friends and Family are invited to join us at the Community building in Durant , Ok.. August 2nd @ 2pm to Celebrate the Life of Teresa Juanita Jones (Garrett) followed by a 4:30pm Graveside Service at Highland Cemetery.

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