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Willena McKneely passed away October 8, 2013 surrounded by her children at the Llano Hospital in Llano, Texas. Willena was a lifetime resident of Cherokee, Texas. She was born May 14, 1928 to Ross and Mary Perry. She arried the love of her life W.C. McKneely on June 14, 1945. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Cherokee. She was preceded in death by her husband, W.C. McKneely, two sons in law, Stephen Brunson and Jerry Sutton, one grandson, Patrick Wayne Norris. She is survived by her children, Joann Brunson of Lubbock, Linda and her husband, Ken Shannon of Dimmitt, Larry and his wife, Marsha McKneely of Cherokee, Betty Jean utton of Lometa, Patsy and her husband, Danny Pierce of San Saba, Jake and his wife, Glenda McKneely of Cherokee, Nancy and her husband, Eddie Stevens of Victoria; her grandchildren, Jonathan and his wife, Krista runson of Lubbock, Stephanie Brunson of San Angelo, Will and his wife, Sarah Shannon of Duncan, Oklahoma, Kendra Smither of Dimmitt, Jennifer and her husband, Paul Bordner of Cherokee, Michelle and her husband, andon Buffe of Priddy, Dusty and his wife, Sadie of Waco, David Sutton of Lometa, Melissa and her husband, Crispin Gipson of Crowley, Raeven and Eric Alonzo of Burleson, John Norris of Arlington, Cody McKneely of arlsbad, Curt McKneely of Carlsbad, Ross and Jessica Herridge of Portales, New Mexico, Lucretia Land of Katy and J.D. and his wife, Brianna Herridge of Katy; 21 great grandchildren, one brother, Wayland Perry and one ister, Naomi Barker, numerous sisters- in - law, nieces and nephews. Service was at the First Baptist Church in Cherokee Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. with Rev. Rye Taylor officiating. Burial followed at uykendall Cemetery in Cherokee. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church in Cherokee or charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements made under the direction of Waldrope-Hatfield- Hawthorne Funeral Homes, Inc. Llano, Texas. E-mail ondolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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