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Betty Faye Wagoner

July 1, 1936 — July 26, 2021

On Monday, July 26, 2021, Betty Faye Wagoner, 85, joined her Lord and Savior in heaven.

Mrs. Wagoner was born on July 1, 1936, in Cordele, Georgia, to the late Jesse Clavis and Rosa Clements Longino. Mrs. Wagoner attended Crisp County High School, where she was captain of the basketball team. Not only athletic but also brilliant, she graduated high school as Valedictorian. Mrs. Wagoner then moved to Warner Robins, where she worked on Robins Air Force Base as an Item Manager. In her golden years, she enjoyed watching westerns and solving puzzle books or reading a good book. While sitting in her chair, she enjoyed watching the birds outside in the feeder. A talented seamstress, Mrs. Wagoner was also an amazing cook and was especially known for her homemade cookies. She also loved her family unconditionally and enjoyed spending time with them.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Wagoner was preceded in death by her husband, William “Bill” Franklin Wagoner, Jr.
Mrs. Wagoner is survived by her daughters, Suzanne Garber (Gary) of Collierville, Tennessee; Durinda Rogers (Gary) of Warner Robins; grandchildren, Justin Garber, Sarah Tribble (Buddy), Rebecca Hulsey (Riley), Joshua Rogers (Kaleigh), and Mary Graves (Tanner); great-grandchildren, Chandler, Miller, and Adilynn; and sister, Janice McElwain (Jim).
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