|Birth: ||Jul. 5, 1910|
|Death: ||Mar. 2, 1975|
Juanita was my mother-in-law, and was always known by her middle name, Imogene. Being married to John, who was a distant relative, by marriage, to my husband, Dave Wagley, Jr. she became "Mom" to my husband when they took him in after his biological mom, Oma Marie Wagley, died. She loved him so much and took such good care of him, one would think he was her own flesh and blood.
She was always a hard worker, kept her house spotless, and lived before permanent press, so I think she would wash everything on Mon, then Mon night she would sprinkle the clothes and put them in the refrigerator and Tue morning she would iron. Her husband, John, was a plumber and a hard worker and in this Texas heat he would shower and put on clean shirts at least 3 times a day! Don't forget we are talking about cotton, button up with collar type shirts.
I can't remember her ever complaining about anything! She did take a nap, every day, after lunch, she would lay down with the newspaper and fall asleep to sleep for a mere 15 minutes.
Walter D. Field (1877 - 1970)
Sarah Jane Collins Field (1890 - 1953)
John William Mannix (1905 - 1994)*
Juanita Mae Mannix Evans (1929 - 2012)*
Plot: Block G, Lot 9, Space 2
Created by: Cathy Wagley
Record added: Sep 05, 2009
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