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Wanda J. Teston

2020-11-13

Wanda J. Teston, 63, of Fernandina Beach passed away Thursday, November 12, 2020 at the Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach.

Born in Jesup, Georgia, she was a daughter of the late Ottis C. And Mary Beasley Teston. Her family moved to Fernandina Beach shortly thereafter.

Raised in Fernandina Beach, Wanda was a member of the graduating class of 1975. While in high school she was proficient in art. Her creativity shown through and would continue to be a major part of her life.

Her talent with drawing, painting and her creativity has always shown through, as much as her love of those things that were most important in her life. She loved her family, her friends and her kindness towards all of God�s creatures were a shining example of her love for all of those in her life.

Before her illness Wanda worked for several years as a Purchasing Agent for Johnson Controls at Kings Bay Navy Base.

In addition to her parents, Wanda was predeceased by her brother, Kenny Teston.

She leaves behind to mourn her loss, her children, William Joyce of Fernandina Beach, David Howards and his wife, Beth, of Washington County, Alabama and Mary Elizabeth James of Fernandina Beach; her granddaughter, Evie Grace Howard as well as several nieces and nephews .

Wanda�s family will receive friends on Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 5:00 until 7:00 PM at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.

In keeping with her wishes, Wanda will be cremated and she will be laid to rest at a later date.

Memories

Susan Davis Murray November 14, 2020

So sorry for your loss. She will be missed by many. Prayers for peace. ???
Pat Middleton and Nancy White Clarke November 14, 2020

Our group of ladies are still at a loss of expressing how much we will miss Wanda at our Lunch Bunch gatherings. No matter what she was going through or how she felt, she always had a beautiful smile on her face and exuded her sweet spirit in all that she said and did. Wanda was a woman of many talents and one of them was the phenomenal paintings she did of our local wildlife. Our hearts are broken but we know she is now in a better place and totally healed, pain free and reunited with Kenny and her Mom and Dad.