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May 1, 2013

Marlaina Del Teafatiller

Marlaina Del Teafatiller, 47, died April 25, 2013.

Memorial service is 2 p.m. Sunday, May 5, at Grace Baptist Church in Weatherford with Zeb Smith officiating. She is now home with the Lord.

Marlaina was born Feb. 11, 1966, to John Columbus and Elaina Hill Kuykendall in Wichita Falls. She was a longtime resident of Weatherford and graduated in 1982 from Ryder High School in Wichita Falls.

She leaves behind her sons, National Guard Spc. Paul Wayne Hensley and Christopher Kuykendall; mother, Elaina Orsmby; sisters, Teresa Young and husband, Russell, Celia Campbell and fiancé Jacob Smith, and Alisa Miller and husband, Travis; brother, John Kuykendall Jr., nieces, Courtney Poston, Lacy Young, Lesley Trejo, Hannah Miller, Laura Miller, Olivia Miller, Samantha Miller and Amanda Lane; nephews, Jacob Young, Darien Young, Marshall Trimble II and Joshua Trimble, and John Lane; great-nieces, Nora Poston and Reylee Lane; and great-nephew, Rhyder Trejo.

She was preceded in death by her father, John Columbus Kuykendall Sr.; aunt, Candice Jones; and grandfather, Howard Hill.

She will be greatly missed and although she left too soon we find comfort that she is at peace and will always be in our hearts.

Galbreaith Pickard Funeral Chapel

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