Wanda Nadine McFall

Wanda Nadine McFall, daughter of the late William J. and Rose Ellie (Driggers) Brumley, was born on August 28, 1925 in Madill, Oklahoma, and departed this life on March 13, 2010 in Kabul Nursing Home in Cabool, Missouri. She was 84 years, six months and 16 days of age.

Nadine grew up and attended school in Madill, Oklahoma. She was united in marriage to Clifton Patterson on November 7, 1942. They adopted a daughter, Joyce. After Mr. Patterson’s passing she married Charles McFall on August 2, 1964. One daughter was born to this union. The family made their home in Borger, Texas, until moving to Mtn. Grove, Missouri, in 1991. Mr. McFall passed away on December 18, 2000.

Nadine enjoyed sewing and quilting in her spare time. She was also an excellent cook. She truly loved her family and treasured spending time with them. Her grandchildren were her passion.

Nadine was saved and baptized at an early age and was a charter member of Keeler Baptist Church in Borger, Texas. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Mtn. Grove at the time of her passing.

Besides her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Joyce Patterson, and by one brother and two sisters.

She is survived by one daughter, Cosetta Wake and husband Dean of Cabool; one brother, Dale Brumley of the state of Texas; three sisters, Addie Callan of Pampa, Texas, Patsy Rees of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Loretta Burris of Whitney, Texas; two grandchildren, Michael Wake and wife Kana, and Andy Wake; three great-grandchildren, Preston, Kylie, and Kyree; and a host of other relatives and friends who will miss her very much.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. in First Baptist Church with Rev. Gene Edwards and Rev. David Purichia officiating. Teresa Purichia sang “I’ll Fly Away” and “One Day At A Time.” Pallbearers were Don Lutes, Dub Neuroth, Malcolm Kemper, Bob Shannon, Marty Stigall and Tim Hancock. Burial was in Hillcrest Cemetery under the direction of Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home, Mtn. Grove.

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