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Nada Juanita Montgomery Bruton
© Cheyenne Star
21 Oct 2004
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Nada Juanita Montgomery Bruton was born April 10, 1919 to Claude M. Montgomery and Mary Ellen Boydstrum Montgomery. She passed away October 3, 2004 in a Dallas, Texas Hospital.

She is survived by her husband Verna Bruton of the home in Dallas; a son Gary of Atlanta, Georgia; and a daughter Jan Carol of the home in Dallas; also two brothers Bill Montgomery of Amarillo, Texas; Sonny Montgomery of Sacramento, California; two sisters, Ann Frkovi of Roseville, California; and Ruth Simpson of Rankin, California.

Juanita attended school at Cheyenne and she had many friends there, special friends Nettie Green Sprowls and John Green. They walked together two miles to the school bus, from the Needmor Community to 283.

She was loved by all that knew her and she will be missed by many friends and relatives.

She was buried in a Perrin, Texas cemetery.

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