Leona (McGee) Goudeau
Apr 23, 1905 - Aug 14, 2005
Posted by Jo Aguirre
She celebrated her one hundredth birthday on April 23, 2005, surrounded by family and friends. Leona departed this life on August 14th, 2005, in Checotah. Her parents, husband, son, six brothers and four sisters preceded her in death.
The survivors she leaves behind to cherish their memories of her include her daughter, Betty Jean Hampton, of Kansas City, MO. Three sisters, Henrietta Scroggins of Checotah, OK, Virginia Dixon (Napolean) of Enid, OK, and Annette Turrentine, of Kansas City, MO. One sister-in-law, Mary Louise McGee, and foster sisters, Willie Mae Etheridge and Leola Fulsom, all of Checotah, six grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren and ten great-great grandchildren and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.
Homegoing services for Mother Leona will be Saturday, August 20th, 2005 at 12:00 p.m. in First Freewill Baptist Church, with Rev. Eli J. Behn, pastor. Officiating the services will be bishop Tommy Riddle, of Hartshorne, OK.
Her final resting place will be in Warrior community Cemetery , under the direction of Ragsdale Funeral Center. Visitation will be today from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
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