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Wingo, Thelma Caroline

Wingo, Thelma Caroline

September 12, 1931 — February 20, 2021

THELMA CAROLINE WINGO

   Thelma Caroline Wingo, 89, passed away Saturday, February 20th at home with family.   Visitation will begin at 11:00 am with funeral services starting at 12:00 pm Thursday, February 25th at LifeConnection Church, 3883 Blue Ridge Blvd, Independence, MO 64052. Burial will follow in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Independence, MO. Thelma’s family would like to share their appreciation to the staff at Crossroads Hospice for the loving care they provided to Thelma.

Thelma was born September 12, 1931 in Drumright, OK to Kay and Hattie (West) McFadden. Thelma loved her time growing up in the oil fields in Hominy, OK. She lived in Cut Bank, MT for several years before settling in Independence, MO. She was a beloved employee of the Western Auto Home Office, where she spent 36 years on the 2nd floor in the Automotive Division. She was a member of Birchwood Baptist Church. Thelma was baptized at the age of 11 and never wavered in her love for the Lord.

Thelma leaves her sons, Jim Hutchens, Trace Wingo (Rhonda), step-daughters Debbie Lascuola and Sharon Hutchens; nine grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Harold H Wingo; two sons, Charles Hutchens and Frank Kalina: siblings, Lucille, Millard, Pete, Lula Mae, and Charles. Arrangements: Park Lawn Funeral Home 816-523-1234.

Service Information

Visitation will begin at 11:00 am with funeral services starting at 12:00 pm Thursday, February 25th at LifeConnection Church, 3883 Blue Ridge Blvd, Independence, MO 64052. Burial will follow in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Independence, MO.

Wingo, Thelma Caroline's Guestbook

Thelma was always thought of fondly by the Rounds' family. Betty enjoyed sharing the neighborhood stories and she really liked Thelma. I enjoyed Thelma's FB comments and sharing her love of her family. Steve and I have so much respect for you and Rhonda and the way you cared for Thelma. Sending love and prayers to your family.

Christine Rounds

Thelma was greatly loved by everyone that ever met her. Trace and Rhonda kept that beautiful smile on her face by taking such good care of her. She was so lucky to have them and she knew how much they loved her. Prayers for all of her family. She will always have a special place in my heart.

Linda Langridge

Dear Trace, Rhonda and family: Our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you now and always. No son, daughter-in-law and their children and Grandchildren could have been better for your sweet Mom. We know how proud she was of all of you and your excellent caregiving. I wish we could be with you at the visitation and funeral. Please know we will lift you up in prayer. With Love and Sympathy, Brian, Gwen, Kera and Cathy Freytag Zumalt

The Freytag Zumalt Family

Thelma is truly home now. No pain, no crying, no sickness...only the love and peace of God. The one thing I cherish about Thelma is her love for the Lord and I am confident that she is with him now. Rest in Him.

Sharon Hutchens

Those who love us never go away. The mark she left will never be forgotten. I wish everyone peace and comfort in the memories of Thelma.

April Toliver

To Trace, Rhonda and other family members. Thelma was a true friend and Western Auto business associate of Bob's. She was always soft spoken, gracious and pleasant. She used to park her car at our home and ride to the W.A. Associate Retiree Luncheons. Her example of faithfulness will be remembered by all. Prayers for your family. Sherry Gilstrap

Sherry Gilstrap

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