Wanda Mae Henderson, 73, resident of Pawhuska, died Friday July 27, 2012 in Pawhuska.
Private memorial service will be held at a later date. Cremation arrangements were directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory.
A memorial has been established and those who wish to make a contribution in memory of Mrs. Henderson may do so to; Cancer Society C/O Kathy Leeper P.O. Box 1094, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74005.
Wanda Mae Henderson was born November 1, 1938 at Bartlesville, Oklahoma to George Washington and Pauline Bell (Shambles) Holt. She was raised and received her education in Bartlesville graduating high school in Bartlesville in 1955. Mrs. Henderson was employed at Pawhuska Hospital for twenty-years in the business office. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Pawhuska, Oklahoma for many years.
Survivors include; her son Richard Lee Infield and wife Mona and their children Elizabeth Infield and Nicholas Infield and four great grandchildren of Corrales, New Mexico; her daughter Paula Kay Rabb and husband William and their children Tara Kay Rabb and Christopher Mitchell Rabb of Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Mrs. Henderson was preceded in death by her parents.
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