Wilma Francine Nelson

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Wilma Francine Nelson, 81 of Waco, Texas, entered into Eternal Rest, Nov. 25, 2014, at her home.

Born June 19, 1933, in Sardis, Okla. She was preceded in death by her parents, George Robert Baucom, and Lou Ella Blevins, Baucom, both of Okla. She was married April 1, 2007, to Clarence Nelson, who Passed with her. She lived in the same house on Grim Ave. for many years, and had very many friends, and neighbors there. She loved to go to Church and sing. One Survivor includes her son, Wayne Vaughn, of Torrington, CT.

Services will be held in their home church, the 17 st. Charles Belville, House Of Prayer, at 2:00, on April 18, with Wayne Vaughn, and Charles Belville, officiating.

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  1. sabrina vaughn

    Sorry for your loss, its a shame that i never got to know them. Hope they rest in peace.

  2. Angela Lynn Summers

    I am so sorry for your loss and heartache Wayne. Wilma and Clarence were very good people, and they both loved everyone as well. They especially loved you Wayne. You have fulfilled your burden in the final care of them, all alone, in such a special way.

  3. darlene seebeck

    Rest in Peace aunt Francine

  4. Darlene Bohanon Fields

    Sorry for your loss Wayne. They are at peace up there with God. May God bless you all.

  5. So sorry for your loss. Let the hope of knowing we will see them again in glory fill your heart with peace that only knowing God can give you. Praying for you.

  6. Sorry for your loss, I loved her. You know that anyone that is a Christian is more alive when they die than they are here on this earth. May they be at peace with the Lord.

  7. Wilma was a very sweet woman, she loved her chiwawa dogs very much, and her husband Clerance. They always loved going to church and often took my uncle to church with them. Wilma often talked about her son , and loved him dearly, and she was the kind of woman who was spunky and would let you know if you were doing wrong, she didnt take no stuff from people. Thats what made her so funny, her personality. I knew her husband Clarence my whole life, he was like my grandpa, and they loved each other dearly. Well, one day you will see them again in Heaven, so just remember their spirits live on, and they will always be in our hearts. Until we meet again.

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