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|John Clinton Wactor|
John Clinton Wactor 87, of Choctaw, Arkansas passed away Friday, January 1, 2010, at his home. He was born October 21, 1922 at Bogalusa to the late William D. and Edna Lucas Wactor.
John was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years and mother of the children, Dorothy Jean Bass-Wactor, his loving parents, William D. and Edna Lucas Wactor, sisters, Pat DeVille and Marie Smith, brother, Samuel Marshus Wactor, son, Marcus Bass Wactor, a great grandson, Jackson Douglas Malcom.
John was born in Bogalusa, the second of William D. and Edna Lucas Wactor's five children and lived in Clayton, Baton Rouge, and Gretna. John moved to Missouri in 1968 and lived there until 1985 when he was transferred to Washington, D.C. John retired in Choctaw in 1987.
John was a World War II veteran, a graduate of L.S.U., a Boy Scout leader, and belonged to numerous civic organizations. He worked for the U.S.D.A. until he retired. John and his wife, Rosetta, attended First Baptist Church of Clinton, Ark., and John believed in the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Worship and tithing were important aspects of his spiritual life. He was humble before God and grateful for the forgiveness of sins and for God's gift of everlasting life.
John was the dearly beloved husband of Rosetta Sykes-Wactor. They lived together in Choctaw since their marriage in 2000. He will be forever remembered by his beloved children: daughter Elaine and Gary Schaal of Kansas; daughter Betsy and Gary Mathews of Missouri; son Alan Wactor and Christopher Shockley of Arizona; step-son, Christian and Heidi Sykes of Utah; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, brother, Samuel and Linda Wactor of Louisiana; He is also survived by three brothers-in-law, Elwaine Smith, James Bass, and Edward Lawrence, one sister-in-law, Gloria Renfroe, along with countless other family and friends who were loved by John.
A memorial service was held Wednesday, January 6, 2010, at First Baptist Church Clinton, Ark.
Family suggests that memorials can be made to: First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1340, Clinton, Arkansas 72031.
Cremation arrangements are under the care and direction of Roller-McNutt Funeral Home of Clinton.
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