Lois Wagoner 2


Lois Nadean Wagoner, age 94, of Lockwood, Missouri passed away April 3, 2020, at Good Shepherd Community Care.
Lois was born December 5, 1925 in Carl Junction, Missouri to Charles O. Crockett and Ethel (Brown) Crockett. Lois was a preacher's kid and as such they moved quite often. Lois played the piano for her Dad at the different churches where they were assigned. Lois graduated from Golden City High School where she met Melvin Wagoner whom she married on February 17, 1946.
In 1948 Melvin bought a tank wagon business delivering fuel to residential and farm customers. In 1950 their son Leonard Dean Wagoner was born. In 1959, Melvin bought the rest of the station which was known as Wagoner Oil Company. Lois worked as the bookkeeper, parts clerk and when necessary ran the tank wagon. She played the piano and organ for the United Methodist Church in Golden City where Lois and Melvin were members. Lois also played for weddings and funerals and also played for a male quartet for over 33 years in which Melvin and three good friends sang.
Survivors include a son, Leonard (Brenda) Wagoner; two grandchildren, Chad (Jennifer) Wagoner and Kara (Raleigh) Morgan; three great-grandchildren, Eryn Wagoner, Connor Wagoner and Brock Richardson.
Preceding Lois in death were her husband, Melvin Wagoner; her parents, Rev. Charlie and Ethel Crockett; and two siblings, Lynn (Anita) Crockett and Robert (Betty) Crockett.
Gravesides services will be held for immediate family only.
In lieu of flowers, the family are asking that contributions be made payable to Kistler Cemetery in care of Daniel Funeral Home.



#7 Trenton, TXRocky/Vickie Crocket 2020-04-06 14:46
Our thoughts and prayers are with Leonard and his family at this time. So wish that we could be there. Always loved the time that we got to spend with Aunt Lois, she always made us smile.
#6 Lamar MONancy Curless 2020-04-06 13:06
Leonard, So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was always very kind to me and my family. She contributed a lot to the GC community through the years.
#5 Springfield MoLinda Keatts Ward 2020-04-06 02:09
I'm so sorry for your loss. I first remember Lois as my Sunday School teacher at the GC Methodist church. She always made it very interesting.
Even after I graduated from H.S. I enjoyed visiting with her when I went back on weekends from college. Lois and my Mom were great friends.
#4 Windsor, COKaren Brueggemann Ro 2020-04-06 01:09
I know she is singing praises to God with my granny, Virginia Brueggemann. What a beautiful sound offering to God!
#3 Jefferson City, MoDonna Atkinson 2020-04-05 22:24
Sorry to hear about Lois' death. Have good memories of her. Condolences to her family.
#2 Golden City, MoJoanne Howard 2020-04-05 22:07
So sorry to hear. She was very
Caring person. Praying for the family.
#1 Rogers ARKent Thieman 2020-04-05 21:51
I remember Lois was so kind to us when she played for mother’s (Evelyn) service... I hope your family is at peace with the memories of a beautiful lady...

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