Wells

Lennie Wells, 92, of Comanche, went to be with her Lord and Savior Monday July 1, 2019. A memorial service will be held 10:30 a.m., Saturday July 13, 2019 at the Hillside Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Snyder, Texas. Arrangements are through Heartland Funeral Home of Comanche.

Lennie was born June 6, 1927 in Shelbyville, IL, to Richard and Mabel Conner Homann. After completing high school, she attended Odessa College studying Art. Lennie married Lewis Wells August 2, 1945, in Shelbyville, IL. She was employed in numerous positions of retail sales, sometimes as manager. She even owned and operated her own business. Lennie enjoyed using some of her spare time crocheting, painting, ceramics, and shopping. She was of the Nazarene faith and a member of the Am Vets Post 43 Auxiliary.

Lennie is survived by special daughter Shirley Roach and husband Sam of Jacksboro, TX, daughter Kathy Howard of Comanche, TX, son Glen Wells and his wife Jackie of Comanche, TX; grandchildren, Gillie and Keitha Wells of Antelope, TX, Gene and Ylonda Wells of Tye, TX, Greg Wells of Snyder, TX, Samuel Roach and wife Bonnie of Jacksboro, TX, Carissa McCurry and her husband William of DeLeon, TX, Kena Wells and her fiancé Blake, Richard Clayton, Ronnie Clayton, and Ricky Clayton; 15 great grandchildren, 19 great-great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Lennie was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis; son, Lewis, Jr.; both parents and 6 sisters.

The family requests in lieu flowers, memorials to Comanche Volunteer Fire Department or CCS Hospice of Dublin, TX.

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