Wanda Reola Pringle

Wanda Reola (Brown) Pringle, 86, of Willow Springs, Missouri, received her new address into that heavenly home on Saturday, November 13, 2021, at Ozarks Healthcare, in West Plains, Missouri, with all her family at her side.
Wanda was the youngest of sixteen children. She was born November 23, 1934, to Elbert and Lucy (Baney) Brown in Cabool, Missouri.
She was greeted into heaven by her grandson, Stewart Pringle; her parents, Eb and Lucy Brown; her sisters, Ellen Bittick, Bernice Brown, Hazel Morris, and Lois Davis; brothers, Elmer, Etsel, Guy, Fred, Bernerd, Harold Lee, Bud, Bob, and two infant brothers.
Wanda’s joy in life was being with her family, and she was a mom to every one of them. She even made all six great-grandchildren a special quilt for them to cherish. She loved to cook for her family, especially at Thanksgiving and Christmas. She also loved to sing, so after every holiday meal, the family would all gather around her piano and would sing together.
Through the years, the family sang at many churches, benefits, and funerals. As a teenager, Wanda and her two brothers, Bill and Bob, would enter many talent contests, and she loved to tell everyone that most of the time, they would win first place.
Her family and her faith in God was her life, and she will be forever missed by her husband, Glen, of 69 years; son, Charlie Pringle and wife, Edith; daughter, Glenda Wake and husband, Rick; grandchildren, Tina Walton and husband, Dennis, Charla Story and husband, Jason; great-grandchildren, Mykayla Yonker and husband, Tommy, Weston Pringle and wife, Lindy, Jaci Morris and husband, Tyler, Jaron Story and wife, Darcy, Kelsey Walton, Brady Walton and fiancé, Kassidy Brotherton; great-great-grandchildren, Miley Jo Morris and soon to be, Graesyn Pringle, all of Willow Springs; and one brother, Bill Brown of Twin Bridges.  
“Heaven will never welcome a sweeter Mamma, and earth will never lose a greater soul.”
Funeral services were held on November 18 at CrossWay Fellowship Church, Willow Springs, Missouri, with Pastor Dennis Walton and Pastor C. L. Stage officiating under the direction of Yarber Mortuary, Willow Springs. Interment was in Pine Grove Cemetery, Willow Springs. Memorial contribution may be made to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be expressed at www.yarbermortuary.com. 
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