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Phyllis Leona (Henson) Naranjo
© Stilwell Democrat Journal
Stilwell, Oklahoma
March 29, 2006
Submitted by: Martha Real

Phyllis Leona Henson Naranjo, the daughter of James Henson and Nancy Sorden Henson, was born March 27, 1925 in Oklahoma City, and departed this life March 23, 2006 at Memorial Hospital in Stilwell, at the age of 80 years, 11 months and 24 days.

Phyllis created paintings of birdhouses and lighthouses using oil paints and watercolors. She was a true outdoorsman and exhibited her love for nature through gardening, flowers and feeding wild animals. Her other hobbies included knitting and cooking. Phyllis was proud of her Indian Heritage and displayed a heart for helping others. She loved the Lord and her children most of all.

Her parents, James and Nancy Henson, and one brother, Stephen Hurt, preceded her in death.

She leaves to mourn her passing five daughters, Roberta Welch and husband Ronald, of Shiloh, GA., Janice Kase of Stilwell, Lindia Castagnola of Stilwell, Ramohna Jones of Michigan, Rebecca Zachary and husband Bill of Florida, one brother: Jack Hurt and wife, Nellie, of Missouri; two cousins, Evelena Henson Pritchett of Lost City, and Tony Pritchett and wife, Sandra of Salina, 11 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren.

Graveside services were held 12:00 p.m. Monday, March 27, 2006 in Keener Cemetery with Rev. Tony Pritchett officiating.

Arrangements were made by Hart Funeral Home.

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