Wanda Bankhead

April 28, 1937July 5, 2011

Arrangements under the direction of Shannon Rufe Snow Drive Funeral Chapel, Fort Worth, TX.


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John Campbell

September 25, 2011

Our most sincere condolences. Wanda was Molly's (Molly Francis) childhood friend. She will be sorely missed.

John And Molly Campbell

gene gannon

July 11, 2011

Bro Jack, Sisters, Darlene and And Nancy: My heartfeld condolences go out to y'all. So sorry I had to miss the funeral, but I was a little under the weather. Will allways remember Wanda up there playing that piano as only she could play it. She had her own ministry. May the lord bless each of you.

In Christs name.

gene gannon

Darla Lane

July 10, 2011


July 10, 2011

Bro Jack ,Nancy and Darlene
So sorry for your loss .Wanda will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.She tought me so much about our lord jesus christ in sunday school at ffwbc and in our friendship we shared together.I will cherrish my memories of her and hold them close to my heart.

Robbie Dennis-Talley

July 9, 2011

I just today found about the loss of Wanda. I was just thinking of Jack & Wanda day before yesterday. Some many wonderful memories. My prayers are with you all.

Rita Sue Crable Withers

July 9, 2011

Jack, one of my favorite memories of Wanda goes back to my childhood. The two of
you were a new couple. I recall how Wanda could really tear up the piano. That was truly God's gift to us through her hands. Her outgoing personality just capped it all off. You know, I think they needed another piano player up there. I can't wait to get there and sing with all those that I know are in the choir. All my best to you Jack, and your family. my prayers are with you.

Shirley Winkle Seeton

July 8, 2011

My sincere condolences to the family of Wanda Bankhead.

Debbie Nettles

July 8, 2011

Wanda was a wonderful lady and my life has been blessed just knowing her. Many years have passed since the Sundays my family (Kenneth and Evelyn Trotter) went to church with them and spent the afternoons with the Bankheads and Bunches on Roosevelt. When I first met Wanda, she scared this little 7-8 year old, but I soon found out that her bark was worse than her bite. She will be missed by all who know and love her.

Jack, Darlene, and Nancy, so sorry for your loss and please let me know if there is anything I can do for all of you.

Kathy Ely

July 8, 2011

Nancy, I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I am praying for you and your family.

Teddy Lamar

July 8, 2011

I knew Wanda for many years and I know she was happy to go and be with her mom and dad and her beloved Brenda. I'll never forget that image of her playing the piano at church. She could rock that piano. I know she'll be missed but her days of pain and suffering are now over. To Jack and the girls and the rest of the family, my heartfelt condolences at this time of sorrow.