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LaJune McReynolds

LaJune McReynolds was born March 13, 1923 in Clovis, New Mexico to Burette and Beatrice B. (Sewell) Kinard. She graduated High School and married Raymond McReynolds on October 30, 1944. LaJune was a homemaker all her life and was a lifetime member of the Baptist Church. Raymond passed on March 21, 1980.

LaJune passed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at the Beaver County Memorial Hospital, Beaver, Oklahoma at the age of 95.   

She is survived by her son, Greggory McReynolds of Forgan, Oklahoma; her daughter, Burnell Hall of Forgan, Oklahoma; ten grandchildren, nineteen great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

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May you Rest In Peace, Nanny. We love you.
Toodle Doodle......until we see you again.

Melissa Bryer Jul 8 2018 12:00 AM

I am not sure the first one sent, if so don't post Alan because it wasn't complete.  

LaJune was one of my Home-delivered meals when I was at Beaver Nutrition Site and then  saw her when I played piano at Beaver Nursing Home for Sunday afternoon devotionals with my churches, on Flag Day when ladies did Patriotic services or whatever.  Even when she didn't know me, she loved me back.  God bless each of you as you travel this new pathway.  Bernell, I always enjoyed when you two came into Chapala's as Brenda and I were there or vice versa.  Greggory, I never met you personally but know the children all well.


Read John 14:15 - 21
Jesus said, "I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. Before-long, the world will not see me anymore but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live. On that-day you will realize I am in my-Father, I am in you and you are in me. John 14:18 - 20 New-International version
Even-though I was an adult when my parents died, I felt a keen-sense
of what it was like to be an orphan. Gone were the two-people who had nurtured me and shaped my life. Sharp-grief gave way to bewilderment, "Who am I now; who knows me deeply yet loves me anyway? The gospel of John recounts Jesus telling
His-disciples although the time is coming they would see Him no-more but He would always be a part of them just-as they would forever be a part of
So it has been with my parents. I see now even-after their-deaths, their
example of loving-kindness continues to teach me and guide my-life. That goes deeper than just warm-memories. My parents are in me at a deep-level, deeper than the mind can comprehend and as-deep as the heart. Surely God was their-heart's teacher.
In the same-way I come to know God through the life and love of Jesus. Nurturing that-relationship through prayer, study, giving and serving keeps me forever-connected to the living-God.
Gracious-God, let who we are reflect who You are in all we do. Amen
Because of God's great-love for us, we are never-orphaned.

Jackie R. Sheldon Jul 6 2018 12:00 AM