Wanda Faye McFarland

wanda mcfarland

December 15, 1941 ~ June 8, 2018

Born in: Cleveland, TN
Resided in: Conyers, GA

Wanda Faye Sluder McFarland 76 of Conyers died June 8, 2018 and was reunited with loved ones in her Heavenly home.

Carl Wayne McFarland, her loving husband, preceded her in death and welcomed her home along with her parents Ethel and Theodore Sluder, sister Ruby Edge, brother Roy Sluder and nephew Gary Edge.

“Aunt Faye Faye” leaves behind nephews David and Joy Edge of Anchorage Alaska; Tommy and Vicky Edge of Rocky Face, Georgia; Scott Edge of Resaca, Georgia; Wesley Sluder of Columbus, Georgia; and nieces Melanie and Chris Mummert of Columbus, Georgia; Nancy Springate of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Many great-nieces and nephews and great-great-neices and nephews survive and will miss her.

So many special friends and neighbors shared her life, sister-in-law Faye Weightman of Evansville, Indiana; Shannon and Robert Drew of Colbert, Georgia; Patsy and Fred Myers of Conyers, Georgia and Becky Baile of Conyers, Georgia. They will miss conversations and adventures, while cherishing memories of her.

Wanda was a true “steel magnolia” formerly of the Dalton area, married, and moved to their beloved farm in Conyers. She will be remembered as a steward of nature and gardener that transformed her home into a sanctuary for both flora and fauna. Wanda enjoyed her career at the United States Post Office of Conyers and leaves behind many friends and memories of her mail delivery days. She would tell you her life’s most important work was that of being a wife to Carl and sharing their lives together with many travels and adventures. Her devotion to Carl and to the Lord was evident in the way she lived her life the devotion she gave to both.

A service to honor Wanda’s life will be held July 8th, 2018 At Rockdale Baptist Church in Conyers, Georgia. The Reverend Ken Sirmans will officiate the service at 3:30 PM. The family will receive friends at 3:00 PM at the church.

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  1. Gidget King says:

    My sweet friend it is do hard to believe your gone. The only comfort is that you are back with Carl where you belong. He was your whole life and you were his. You are loved and missed on this earth but I will see you in Glory. Love youGidget

  2. Patsy Self says:

    Dear Sweet Cousin, May you Rest in Peace in the arms of Jesus. Saddened to hear of your home going. Many wonderful memories of all of us gathering at our Grandparents home , I know you are all celebrating. Much love Cousin Pat.

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