Opal Arletta Kent Wayman Waggoner ©Enid News and Eagle 04-18-2010 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
NASH - The funeral for Opal Arletta Kent Wayman, 97, of Nash, will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, 2010, at First Baptist Church, Nash. The Revs. Bob Smith and Sam Farris will officiate. Burial will be in New Home Cemetery, Nash. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home of Pond Creek.
She was born May 20, 1912, on a farm northeast of Nash to William Thomas and Minnie Ethel Nickel Kent and died Saturday, April 17, 2010, at Cherokee Manor.
She was a graduate of Nash High School in 1930. She married Bill Waggoner in 1930. After his death, she married Ted Wayman.
She lived in and around Nash almost her whole life, moving to Cherokee Manor in November 2006.
She was a member of First Baptist Church, Nash.
Surviving are one son, Kelly Waggoner of Nash; one stepson, Kent Wayman of Nash; one stepdaughter, Jeannie Hoffsomer of Hillsdale; four grandchildren; and 11 stepgrandchildren.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home to First Baptist Church of Nash.
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