Wanda Lee Payne, 2:00 PM, Saturday, September 16, 2017

13-Sep-2017


Wanda Lee Payne, 75, went home to be with the Lord on Sept. 12, 2017. The daughter of Edward and Grace (Wheeler) Clark, Wanda was born on Oct. 21, 1941 in Norman, OK.

Wanda was employed for many years at Cleveland County Abstract Co. She was a loving mother and Nonee to her grandchildren.

She is survived by her daughter Lee Ann Baier and husband David of Grand Prairie, TX; son, Cliff Payne of Norman; grandchildren, Gabe Schneringer and wife Kellyn of Grand Prairie, TX, Lacey Fickes and husband Reece of Houston, TX, Tina Hamilton and husband Daryl of Prosper, TX and Bryan Baier of Grand Prairie, TX; 4 great grandchildren, Kenzie Grace Schneringer, Haylee Baier, Zach Hamilton, and Courtney Hamilton; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other loving family members. She is preceded in death by her parents; brother, Dean Clark; sister, Joan Swift; and former husband, Johnny Payne.

Funeral Services for Wanda will be held at 2:00 PM, Saturday, September 16, 2017, in the chapel of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home, in Moore, OK. Services are under the direction of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home.


 
 

Karen Phillips-Rosenfelt commented on 15-Sep-2017 09:04 AM
Wanda was such a special, sweet, kind and beautiful woman. She was tough but loving. I'm grateful that she was a part of my teenage years. She will be dearly missed. My heart goes out to Lee Ann and the family. Love you!
Donna Hamit commented on 15-Sep-2017 04:46 PM
I can't remember exactly how long I worked with Wanda at Cleveland County Abstract, but I always loved talking with her. She had the best since of humor and was so witty. I would crack up at the things she would say. She was such a beautiful lady. I have wonderful memories of her and will miss her but I know that she is smiling down on all of us now.
Peace and Love to you all.
Donna Hamit


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