Wynemia "Meme" Janell Booth Waggoner, 87, passed from this life July 19, 2021 in Duncan, OK. Visitation will be on Tuesday, July 20, at 5:30-7:00P.M. at Whitt Funeral Home. A graveside memorial service will be held on Wednesday, July 21, at 10:00A.M. at Rock Creek Cemetery under the direction of Whitt Funeral Home. Nephew, Steve Lovett, will officiate.
Wynemia was born August 22, 1933 at Pumpkin Center, OK to George "Buck" and Brooksie Belle (Ketchum) Booth.
She attended Central High grade school and Roswell, NM High School, graduating in 1951. On April 27, 1951 she married Troy Waggoner in Roswell where they made their home until 2011 when they moved back to Duncan due to declining health. They were married 62 years when Troy passed away in 2013.
In early years, Wynemia was known by Nemo and Nema but was renamed to Meme when niece Kathy learned to talk.
Wynemia worked 35 years for Southwest Public Service in Roswell, retiring in 1994. Meme and Troy enjoyed many things like collecting and selling antiques, "flipping" houses and singing good old Gospel hymns at family gatherings and later with friends at Ashbrook Village Assisted Living in Duncan. Meme also enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, word searches, crochet, and growing her roses. She loved hummingbirds and had numerous feeders as well as hummingbird jewelry, paintings, collectibles, and even a hummingbird rubber stamp for her mail and checks.
Meme is survived by three sisters: Janis Booth Pollock of Duncan; Joyce Booth Ramsey Kirk of Roswell, NM; Pat Booth Draves and husband Ed of Porter, TX; and a brother, George Booth and wife Sharon of Roswell. She is also survived by caregivers and niece, Kathy Lovett and husband Steve of Marlow; as well as numerous other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Troy; her parents; and her brother-in-law, Marion Pollock of Duncan.
Pallbearers are George Booth, Kathy Lovett, Craig Lovett, Janna Lovett, Brett Lovett, and David Lovett.
The family will forever be grateful to all of the staff of Ashbrook Village Assisted Living for their loving care, their patience, and their kindness for Meme. We are also, once again, grateful to Wade Williams and Jim and Debbie Whitt for their care and attention as we say goodbye for now.
Online condolences can be made to the family at www.whittfh.com.
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