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Wanda Lynn Todd

Wanda Lynn Todd, age 80, of Quitman passed away on April 4, 2020, in Quitman. She was born in El Dorado, Arkansas on December 18, 1939 to Orris Mack and Ann Mae (McGarity) Bull. On July 3, 1958 she married Lamar C. Todd. She was of the Baptist Faith and was a proud homemaker as well as Bookkeeper and Manager for the family company Quitman Pump and Supply, an oil field supply business.

On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, she will be laid to rest next to her husband, in the Quitman Cemetery with her immediate family attending a private service officiated by her nephew Sid Todd. For those desiring please feel free to leave condolence messages or words of comfort at lowefuneralhome.net.

Wanda was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and great grandson, Micah Mason Gray. Surviving family includes, son, Stanley Lamar Todd of Quitman; daughters, Joanna Casburn and her husband Chris of Quitman, Laura Leigh Koss and her husband Ricky of Troup, and Leta Elizabeth Pixley and her husband Robert of Livingston. She is also survived by her brother, Sonny Bull of Quitman and 10 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.

For those who desire, memorial contributions in memory of Wanda should be directed to ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.


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Will miss this great lady! She was my "other" mother. I would call her often and she would say...if you just move back to Texas, we could visit in person and wouldn't have to wear our ears out on the phone. Lol I was lucky to visit with her back in September. She even make me two pies to take back home. She was a wonderful cook! Spent many a times at her house eating.
Every time me and Joanna would walk thru the door, she would say....well...what kind of trouble are you gonna get into today? And don't call me to bail you out! Ha! Of course we would hit the road running just to see what trouble we could get into. Surprised we never had to call her. I will miss her so much, but know she is now with Lamar, and visiting with my parents as well. Love you Wanda!

Shirley Henderson Apr 14 2020 12:00 AM

I'm keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers through today and the days after.
I was able to be around this wonderful lady through Ashley. No matter how long it had been since I had seen her she'd still make me feel like family...like she missed me. Not everyone has that ability and gift, she did. Rest easy, Mimi.

Rebecca McAllister Apr 7 2020 12:00 AM

Deepest Sympathies Leta and family. Your mom was so sweet to have all us cheerleaders at your house and in her pool every summer What a difficult time to lose a loved one! You are being lifted up in prayer by many

Mollye Glasscock Apr 7 2020 12:00 AM

I never had the privilege of meeting you Wanda but I know I would have liked you because your daughter has become a good friend and co-worker...and you raised a good daughter in Joanna. Blessings for all your family. I know they will be missing you.

Debbie Apr 6 2020 12:00 AM

Wanda was one of the sweetest cousins a girl could ever have. I was a pesky little cousin who was always doing silly things growing up, but Wanda never got mad. She just laughed and put up with me. As we got older and had families of our own, I was still amazed at her patience,kindness and love for her family.
She will be so missed by all who knew her. She was a true blessing to all who loved her.



Jeri Rowe Apr 6 2020 12:00 AM