Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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Juanita Geneva Williamson Amos

Born: 10/5/1922

Died: 9/12/1997

Maiden Name: Williamson

Honorific: n/a

Juanita Geneva Williamson Amos was born on October 5, 1922 and went to be with the lord on September 12, 1997.

She was a lifetime member of Salem United Indian Presbyterian Church, holding the position of an Elder since 1994. She was born in Sulphur Oklahoma and lived there for some time before moving to Tulsa Oklahoma in 1989 to be near her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed being with her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Edmond and Fronie Davis Williamson; her husband Everette Lee Amos; one son Raymond Glen Amos and one sister Rena Wakolee.

She is survived by one daughter, Carrie Lynn of Claremore, Oklahoma; two sons, Alvis Amos Leonard Amos both of Tulsa; two granddaughters and husbands, Sabrina and Dan Krause of Georgetown, Texas and Marlana and Dixon Harrison of Tulsa; five grandsons Kevin and List Amos of Tulsa; Chirrs and Diana Lynn of Sulphur, Gregory and Amy Lynn of Claremore, Oklahoma, Rodney Lynn and friend, Stephanie Gonzales and Martin Lynn all of Claremore; 13 great-grandchildren, Daniel and Donovan Amos of Tulsa, Andrew and Ashley Lynn of Sulphur Greggory Jette, Kristen, Cameron, Acasiea, Jason and Rebecca Lynn all of Claremore, Gary and Alisa Beth Harrison of Tulsa and Alexandria Lynn of Tulsa; two sisters, Elsie Lewis of Sulphur, Zona Gaines of Hominy Oklahoma; one brother Armond Williamson of Sulphur and several nieces and nephews.