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Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home & Memorial Park

1917 Archer City Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX

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Junella F Stagner

May 17, 1925March 24, 2020
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Junella Faye Stagner, 94, of Lakeside City, passed away on Tuesday March 24, 2020 at her home. Services are private. Entombment will be at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Memorial Park Mausoleum. Junella was born on May 17, 1925 to Howard and Nora Taylor Martin in Durant, Oklahoma. On May 15, 1942 she married Samuel Delbert Stagner in Durant, OK and together raised two sons. She sold Avon and was very successful with this. She loved gardening, cooking, listening to her husband play bluegrass music, working puzzles, and camping. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband in 2013, her sisters; Ala Mae Martin and Virginia Hankey, and brothers; James Martin, R.D. Martin, Cleo Martin, and Roy Johnson. Survivors include her sons, Delbert Douglas Stagner of Wichita Falls and Anthony Keith Stagner and wife Anna of Byers, Texas. Arrangements are under the direction of Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home. Online Condolences may be shared with the family at hamptonvaughancrestview.com.

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Phil Hudson

March 28, 2020

Doug, Anthony, and Ana
I have a lot of fond memories from when I was a kid and Hub and June were at Ann Roberts house when Hub, my dad, and my uncles played dominoes or penny-ante poker. June was always a very gracious lady. I am really sorry we've lost her. May the peace of God the Father be with you.
Phil Hudson

Larry Warner

March 28, 2020

My sincerest condolences to cousins Anthony and Douglas on the loss of their mother.

Aunt June holds a very special place in my heart. She always called me Larry-Barry. Her warm smile and positive demeanor was always an example to me. I will always cherish the many Christmases we shared together as a family and miss her truly in my heart of hearts.

Larry Warner
Son, Robert Warner & Cleta Faye Dell Stagner Warner

Brenda Miller

March 27, 2020

Doug, Anthony and Ana,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I have a lot of memories with Hub and June. I told you about the class in peeling potatoes. June was always so fun. Getting her and Fay Dell together was a real treat. Hub and June were always so happy and smiling. Just acted thrilled everytime they saw you. Always made me feel like the favorite niece.

Love,
Brenda

Don and Lois Walden

March 27, 2020

O my the memories! So many for Don Ray, when he was younger were memories made at the lake. After they drove across the cattleguard and thru the cow pasture to their camping spot on Lake Texoma, Don Ray would help his dad get their camp set up, then he would hurry to June and Hub’s campsite to be with Doug. They couldn’t wait to get on the lake, swimming and water skiing. They would go hunt rocks and arrowheads, then head back to the camp where June would have lunch made for them.

After Don and I married, we still went to the lake. June, Hub, Doug and Anthony (Pandy) were always there, along with the many other family members - the Waldens, Stagners, Jones, Roberts, Warners, Tidwell, Bakers, Hudsons, Mama and Daddy Jones , Ophie and Chalmus Reed, some of June’s family, and so many others!! Like a family reunion! We finally graduated from tents to campers, and the camping grounds became Lakeside, but we all still enjoyed the family time. I never remember seeing beautiful June without a smile on her face! She was such a joy to be around. And funny! She could tell the same old jokes, but when she told them, they were still funny! I still have Avon bottles I bought from June! She knew how to make those sales! I also remember her collection of salt and pepper shakers!! Then Anthony married sweet Anna. June always said she was the daughter she never had! Anna, you brought June such joy! So many pleasant memories! Some just happy times of visiting, eating, and music at Momo and Pawpaw’s house! June, you are so loved and will be missed greatly!

Carolyn Reed

March 27, 2020

Junella was a very sweet lady she will be missed

Dana Martin Blackwell

March 26, 2020

My beautiful sweet and often funny Aunt June...
You will be missed and were loved deeply. I hold many happy memories of family gatherings listening to Delbert’s music and and amazed watching you dance. Some of my best memories are of family reunions, listening to sibling banter, and eating the amazing food you and your sisters prepared. You leave beautiful happy memories in my heart.
My prayers are with my cousins. You are loved.

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