Juanita Irene Cravens

Juanita Irene Cravens

June 16, 1922 - February 25, 2011

Juanita Irene Cravens

June 16, 1922 - February 25, 2011


Cravens, Juanita I., age 88, formerly of Fenton, passed away Friday, February 25, 2011 in San Clemente, CA. Juanita was born in Portageville, MO to Julia and Valley Worth. She moved to Michigan and married Loren Pete Cravens in 1945.

Juanita is survived by her children, Douglas Barbara Cravens and LaDonna Cravens; four grandchildren, Robert Cravens, Rebecca Jeremy Miller, Bonnie and Deanna Cravens; five brothers, W.H., Bill, Loranze, Truman and Richard Worth. Preceding her in death was her husband, Loren Pete, five brothers and one sister.

Graveside services will be held at Sunset Hills Cemetery at 10:30 a.m. on March 26, 2011. A gathering to celebrate Juanita’s life will follow at the Holiday Inn Flint, 5353 Gateway Centre on March 26, 2011. Anyone wishing to make a remembrance gift may make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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7 responses to Juanita Irene Cravens

    As winter starts to melt away and spring starts to blossom up the colorful flowers, we can start to see the bee’s buzzing and catapillers blooming into beautiful butterflies. We know that this is going to be a good season. The sun shining bright and I remember oh how you loved the differrent seasons and how much you enjoyed sitting out in the sun. Spring won’t be long for soon it will be summer, more time to hose the garden and maybe even grow an apple tree. As the seasons continue to change our love for you remains the same.
    Grandma I will always remember you in my heart I love you…

  2. Kerry Whalen says:

    Like so many of LaDonna’s gal pals, I also have great memories of Jaunita. She was always friendly and quick with a smile to those who came over to the house.

    She was a beautiful seamstress with a classic sense of style. She helped make our cheerleading uniforms.

    Without a doubt she was very proud of her family and they brought her joy.

    I have thought about Jaunita often over the years and I will never forget her.

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