Obituary of Dimple Yvonne Wooten
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Mrs. Dimple Yvonne Wooten age 87 of Rainsville passed away Sunday, April 3, 2022 at her residence. FUNERAL 4pm - Monday April 4, 2022 Rainsville Holiness Church MINISTERS Bro. Ollie Taylor Bro. Jerry Smith Bro. Tim Byrum BURIAL Greens Chapel Cemetery VISITATION 2 till 4pm MONDAY April 4, 2022 Rainsville Holiness Church *SURVIVORS* (Daughters) Joann & Woody Wooten of Lookout Mtn, GA Deborah & Roger Johnson, of Golden, Miss Teresa Veal & Martin Long of Rainsville Priscilla & Tracy Padgett, of Fyffe (Sons) Stephen & Shannon Wooten, of Rainsville Tim Wooten, of Rainsville George & Angela Wooten, of Rainsville (Sister) Mavis (Tiny) Walker 21 Grandchildren 33 Great Grandchildren 4 Great Great Grandchildren Mrs. Wooten was preceded in death by her husband Rev. James Buford Wooten, son Michael Wooten, daughter Kathy Jo Johnson, granddaughter Katelyn Padgett, sisters Eileen Walls, Lugene Matthews, Oween Tucker and brother Denny Moore Dimple Yvonne Moore Wooten - Born to Rev. Hodges and Amy Moore in 1934. Yvonne Moore Wooten received the Holy Ghost when she was 15 years old and lived her life for the Lord. Her delight was serving the Lord and teaching her children to fear and honor God. Yvonne did not sit much in church, she walked the isles singing and testifying of His goodness. She would sing “Jesus is Coming Soon and Just as the Sun Went Down”. Yvonne married Rev. James Buford Wooten October 17, 1949. She and her husband were married 60 years when Rev. Wooten passed away in 2009. Yvonne only loved one man, and she spent her life with him, raising their 9 children together. She could quote the Bible like no one else, many times quoting chapters word for word. She would often say “He’s coming back after a glorious church without spot or blemish or any such thing”. She loved her husband, children, grand children, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. She was honored and loved by them all. Her favorite last saying was “His Mercies are New Every Morning”! Thank You to Marla Byrum Nurse Practitioner and Addison Little NurseTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Dimple Wooten, please visit Tribute Store
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