OBITUARY

Wanda Lea Coulter

January 27, 1944November 16, 2021
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Wanda Coulter a retired USDA quality auditor and life-long resident of California died unexpectedly at the age of 77 on November 16, 2021. Wanda is survived by her brother Arthur Wahl, wife Ruth Wahl of Selma Ca. Her sister Oma Hicks and husband Gene Hicks of Weatherford, Okla. Her four daughters Lynetta Fay Walker and son David Kane of Bella Vista, Arkansas, Ranetta Ann Urbina of Coarsegold, Ca Mae Etta Scroggins and husband Mark Scroggins of Fayette Missouri, and Eva Lea Coulter of Newberg, Oregon. Her grand children Andrew Richard Scroggins of Kansas City, Missouri, Skyler Lee Thomas Scroggins of Kansas City Missouri, Justin and Dara Urbina of Holly Michigan, Shawn Sizelove of Newberg, Oregon and Lila Ann Kane of Bella Vista, Arkansas. Great granddaughter Emma Lee Scroggins of Sioux Falls, Idaho.

She is preceded in death by her Father Arthur Wahl, Mother Margaret Yvonne Reed, Sister Glenna Louise Dahlke, Husband Stanley Richard Walker, and Junior Vincent Coulter and her daughter Sharron Louise Walker.

Wanda was born on January 27, 1944 in Mineral Wells, TX. When she and her eldest sister graduated from High School at the age of 18, they saved up enough money to buy a car and drove it across country to Santa Cruz California where they found nursing jobs.

She later went to an Indigenous Trade school to learn small transistor radio and Television repair which she really loved. When her children became older, she thought she might try her hand at becoming a Real Estate Agent, that didn’t work out because God had other plans. She accepted a position with the USDA as a Quality Auditor where she worked for over 25 years. If working full time wasn’t enough she also was a dedicated pastor’s wife who loved to sing praise and worship and play piano abroad or in our little Church “The Cottage Deliverance Center” in Fresno, Ca. She loved the Lord with all her soul who believed whole heartedly that your journey in Christ had nothing to do with religion or titles. Her walk with the Lord was spiritual walk and she loved to see people being healed and delivered. She was the hardest manual labor working woman I know even though she was often exhausted. Examples: sawing down trees with a chain saw, digging trenches, roofing, mending fence and even raising Emu’s, the list goes on. Some of her hobbies were rock hunting, gold panning, riding quads in the Yosemite Nat ’l forest, mushroom hunting, board games and puzzles.

Wanda was a dedicated mother, grandmother, or friend. She loved to love and help people. She had quite the sense of humor. Loved to hear and tell jokes. Wanda will be deeply missed, the light in this world is dimmer now that she’s made the journey… Wanda was the most forgiving soul. Matthew 18:21-22

Then Peter came up and said unto him, Lord how many times shall my brother sin against me and I still forgive him? Up to seven times? Jesus said to him, "I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy seven times seven...

A viewing will take place @ the Palm Sierra Funeral Home located in Oakhurst Ca on November 26th 2021 between 5-8pm. The burial will take place @ Veterans Memorial Cemetery located in Santa Nella, Ca on November 29th, 2021 @ 11am

Services

29 November

Graveside Service

11:00 am

San Joaquin Valley Natiional Cemetery


Santa Nella, California

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    Friday, November 26, 2021

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