|CRYSTAL MACHELLE WELLNER OBITUARY
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CRYSTAL MACHELLE WELLNER
1963 - 2014
Crystal Machelle LaNoy Wellner went to be with her Heavenly Father on February 20, 2014 in Oklahoma City, at the age of 50 years 2 months 23 days.
She was born November 28, 1963 in Sulphur, Oklahoma to Clarence Charles and Margaret Foster LaNoy.
Crys was raised and attended school in Davis and Mustang.
She has spent the last 20 years in the Wanette area.
On May 5, 2001 she married Joseph Wellner in Wanette.
She worked as a floral designer for Purcell Flowers and enjoyed crafts, crocheting, reading and taking care of her animals, especially her dogs.
She was of the Baptist faith and a member of the Asher First Baptist Church.
Crys is preceded in death by her father, Clarence LaNoy; step-father, Ted Fink; brother, Terry LaNoy; step-sister, Melody Fink; grandparents, Lloyd and Lucille Foster, Clarence and Dorothy LaNoy; and Lea Fink.
Survivors include her husband, Joseph Wellner of the home; mother, Margaret Fink of Wanette; step-sister, Melissa Fink of Wayne; step-brother, Richie Fink and wife, Terri of Wanette; and many other relatives and friends.
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