A beloved mother, grandmother, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, Juanita Letitia Winston left
this world unexpectedly on Thursday August 19, 2021 at the age of 50 years.
Juanita was born on June 13, 1971 in Marion IN. to the late Wilson and Jerlean Winston.
Juanita grew up in Marion, IN where she attended Thomas Jefferson
Elementary School, Jones Middle School and graduated from Marion High
School. She also attended Barbizon Modeling School, Ft. Wayne IN.
before moving to Ft. Wayne IN. where she worked and lived for a period of times, before relocating to Memphis Tennessee where she worked and was loved by her coworkers at
Eversana. Juanita accepted Christ at an early age, at Rock of Ages Missionary Baptist Church under the Leadership of the late Pastor Richard Washington.
She was a lover of fashion and enjoyed listening to music and spending time with her Grandchildren and love ones. She was very creative, insightful, funny and a very loving soul.
She liked to decorate, tease, joking around, and loved flowers, clowns and butterflies.
Juanita, leaves many friends, and family to cherish her memories. She is survived by her 3 children, 12 grandchildren. (Daughter) Brandy Warren, and children: Kyree Warren,
Jeremiah Norman, Kassidy Turner, Montreal Turner Jr., and Jayceon Turner, (Son) Dominic Love and children: Dominic Love Jr., Cash Love, Desta Love and Ivory Love. both of Ft. Wayne IN, (Daughter) Kiare Love and children: Richie Love, R’moni Love, and Rielle Love, of Memphis TN.
Siblings: Edward (Cheryl) Segers, Wesley (June) Williams, Timothy Williams,
Kecia Williams and Wilson Winston Jr. all of Marion IN.
Aunts: Wahnetta (Nene) Beverly, Indianapolis IN. and Blanchie (Jeffery) Wingo Marion IN. and
Aunt Francis (Monkey) Winston ML Ala.
a host of nieces, nephews and other extended family and friends.
We will always remember her smile and her infectious laugh, her voice and the
various sayings and comments that she would make like: that S.O.B, Bowsturd, Okay Sweetie, I love you, and That Man upstairs got me.
Her presence in our lives will be sorely missed.
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