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Juanita Hiebert Teachout – March 28, 2020

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Juanita Hiebert Teachout

Juanita (Nita) passed away peacefully in her sleep on March 28, 2020 in Fort Worth, Texas. She died two days before her 105th birthday. She was born March 30, 1915 in Arkansas City Kansas, her parents were James Romine and Ruth Knox. There were eight children in the family and they had many hardships during the depression. Nita, being the oldest, helped to raise the younger children. In 1935 she married Gordon Hiebert and they had three boys, Edwin, Jim and Billy. They owned an automobile repair garage, service station and School Bus Business in Herlong California, raising their family there. In 1964, Gordon and Jim were killed when the family’s plane crashed on a short trip to Nevada.

A year later she married Ernie Teachout. They met at a square dance, and they both enjoyed dancing all of their married life together. They moved to Hot Springs Village in Arkansas when Ernie retired in the late 1970’s. They enjoyed boating, dancing, fishing and traveling to see friends and family. Nita was an excellent gardener and quilter. Ernie passed away in 2004. In 2009 Nita moved to Fort Worth, Texas to be near Ed and family. She lived there until her death.

She is survived by son Edwin, son Billy, five grandchildren, Gordon, Ian, Michele, David and Arlan, six great-grandchildren and her sister, Evelyn Jackson. She will be cremated and her ashes interred next to her first husband Gordon and son Jim, in the Diamond Crest Cemetery in Susanville, California. Her second husband Ernie, is buried in the Veterans section in the same cemetery.


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