Yvetta June Wells © Palmer Marler Funeral Home
Submitted by: Sherry Springer
Yvetta June Wells, of Drumright, passed away on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at the Integris Baptist Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK, at the age of 59.
Yvetta was born on November 23, 1956 in Alamogordo, New Mexico to James and Sylvia (Denny) Kennedy.
She grew up and graduated from Oilton High School in 1975.
Yvetta married the love of her life Carlton Lynn Wells on June 20, 1975 at the St. Grove Camp Grounds and to this union Carlton II, Curtis, and Gennifer were born.
She enjoyed reading and cooking, and sewing, she enjoyed being outside working in the garden. She was a loving and selfless person who loved her family more than anything.
She is survived by her husband Carlton Lynn Wells, mother Sylvia Kennedy, two sons: Carlton Lynn Wells II and wife Traci, Curtis Lynn Wells and wife Megan, one daughter: Gennifer Lynn Dudley and husband Jon, two brothers: Jimmy Kennedy and wife Terri, Steven Kennedy and wife Penny, one sister: Janet Cheek, sister-in-law Debbie Kennedy, fourteen grandchildren: Austin Anderson, Ryan Anderson, Ashlynn Dudley, Garin Dudley, Shelby Colley, Garret Colley, Chloee Sanger, Chance Wells, Chelsea Wells, McKinsie Wells, Ashton Wells, Conner Renken, and Jovi Renken.
Yvetta was preceded in death by her father James Kennedy, and brother: Dennis Kennedy. Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Oilton, Oklahoma.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, January 30, 2016 at the First Baptist Church in Oilton, Oklahoma. Brother John Syverson will officiate. Interment will follow at Highland Cemetery, Oilton, Oklahoma.
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