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Wanda Jean Slaton


Place of Service
Bandy Funeral Home

Time of Service
2:00 pm

Place of Visitation
Bandy Funeral Home

Time of Visitation
5pm-8pm

Cemetery
Hamby Cemetery, Nortonville


Wanda Jean Slaton

Mar. 25, 1961 - Mar. 5, 2012

Wanda Jean Slaton, 50 formerly of Nortonville, past away Monday in Plano, TX.
Born in Madisonville, KY, she was the daughter of J.W. and the late Betty Jean (Skimehorn) Slaton.
She was employed by Parole Systems.
Preceded in death by her mother and two brothers, Jimmy Slaton and William Parker, Jr.
Survived by her father, J.W. Slaton and his wife, Alice Slaton; two sisters, Carolyn (Bruce) Hall and Patricia (James) Moore both of Madisonville; two brothers, Donnie (Cathy) Slaton and William (Becky) Slaton both of Nortonville; and several Nephews & Nieces.
Friends may call Saturday from 5-8 pm and Sunday from 12am-2pm at Bandy Funeral Home, Nortonville.  Funeral service will be held at 2pm at the funeral home with Bro. Steve Rutherford officiating.  Interment will be Sunday in Hamby Cemetery, Nortonville.
Pallbearers will be: Christopher Slaton, Michael Slaton, Bruce Hall, Joe Slaton, Johnnie Slaton, and Wesley Slaton.

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  • Debra Thomson
    Apr. 18, 2012

    I was quite stunned to hear of Wanda's death but comforted knowing she is free of her ill-health now.  I pray for comfort for you, her family members.  She was a blessing to our family in knowing her.

  • Shelia Dotson
    Mar. 18, 2012

    Wanda and I worked together for many years at Perot System.  We shared the same birthday we were born on the same day, same month and the same year just different, States.  She used to tease me saying I was the oldest because I was born at midnight and she was born in the afternoon, of course I never verified that so she could have been born around midnight too.  She also used to tease me about my big smile saying things like "turn that smile down some, and can you not so all 32 of your teeth."  We shared quite a few birthdays and she will be greatly missed.  May she rest in peace.  Shelia

  • Gloria Hansen
    Mar. 15, 2012

    I'm so very sad to hear the news about Wanda.  Wanda and I worked together at Perot Systems for many years.  She was always such a sweet and happy person.  The world is a better place for having Wanda been a part of it.  She will be missed by many.  My heart goes out to her family.  Take care.

  • Wendell Harkins
    Mar. 14, 2012

    Sorry for your loss. I took basic training for the U.S. Army in 1957 at Fort Knox with J.W.Slaton.

  • David Shaw
    Mar. 14, 2012

    Sad news, Wanda and I worked together from 2002 to 2007 after I moved from the UK to Plano, she was always cheerful and pleasant.

    David Shaw
    Phoenix Az. 

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