Born 9-6-1923-- Died 8-20-2003
Georgina Helen Wanley, 79, of Cherokee Village, Ark.,
died Aug. 20, 2003, at Eaglecrest Nursing and
Rehabilitation Center in Ash Flat. Born Sept. 6, 1923, in
Defiance, Ohio, she was the daughter of Margaret
Delarber Masterson and Christofer Masterson.
She was a retired elementary school teacher, member
of St. Michael's Catholic Church of Cherokee Village;
was the co-founder of Eastern Ozarks Hospice; a
member of women's league voters and of the
homeless animals. She was also a member of the
synchronized swim team.
Survivors include two sons -- James and Jan Wanley of
New Castle, Ind., and Thomas Wanley of Washington,
D.C.; three daughters -- Mary Lou Wanley of Cherokee
Village; Patricia Wanley of Silver Springs, Md., and
Pamela Jo Kilpatrick of Cherokee Village; a brother,
Cornelius Masterson of Toledo, Ohio; and a sister,
Henrietta Gackle of Defiance, Ohio.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles
Wanley and her parents.
Services were Aug. 23 at St. Michael's Catholic Church
with Father Tony Wilwerding officiating. Burial was in
Riverside Cemetery in Defiance, Ohio with local
arrangements under the direction of Heath Funeral
Home of Hardy.
Memorials can be made to Friends of Town Center for
Garden and Fountain Restoration and Deonne
Clemens, P. O. Box 992, Cherokee Village, AR 72525.