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LaSheila Wilson Raney

November 19, 1968 — April 3, 2018


Funeral Services at First Baptist Church, Temple, OK on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 11:00 a.m., Rev. Tony Nichols of Hilltop Assembly of God, Moore, OK, Officiating. Interment in the Temple Cemetery under the direction of Hart-Wyatt Funeral Home, Temple. Viewing will be held all day Thursday and Friday.



LaSheila Maria Wilson Raney was called home on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 in Oklahoma City, OK at the age of 49. Sheila was born November 19, 1968 in Waurika, OK to Inetha Wilson and Alfred Johnson who died when she was young, but she was able to know his relatives and kept in touch with them over the years.


She is survived by her mother, Inetha Vaughn; her daughter Alisha Mason and Quentynn of Duncan; 2 sons, Charles Raney, Jr. “CJ” and Kristy of El Reno, Demarkus Green and Kylie; a granddaughter, Ariah; her sister, Anita Pitre and Greg Sr. of Hutto, TX; her brother, Michael Wilson and Teresa of Oklahoma City; and a host aunts, uncles, great aunts, great uncles, cousins and friends.


She was preceded in death by her dad, Alfred Johnson; her step-dad, LuRue Vaughn; her grandmother, Eula Wilson; and her uncle, Jessie Wilson, Jr.


Sheila grew up and attended school at Temple, living most of her life with her grandmother. She gave birth to Alisha on October 23, 1986 and later married Charles Raney in 1988, giving birth to Charles, Jr. “CJ” on February 21, 1989. Her son DeMarkus Wilson-Green was born on October 10, 1995. Sheila moved around, living in Temple, then El Reno and Duncan before settling in Oklahoma City with her sons.


While living in Duncan with her daughter she attended Stone Chapel CME and later The Well. When she moved to Oklahoma City with her sons she attended the Assembly of God Church.


Her greatest desire was to become a grandmother. On September 29, 2017, Ariah Raelynn Wilson, 3 pounds and 9 ounces, came into the world and Sheila was very proud of her.


While Sheila lived in Temple she worked at Temple Manor Nursing home as a CNA, where she hurt her back and could no longer work.


On September 18, 2010, Sheila, Alisha and CJ were in a terrible car wreck. After a month Alisha and CJ were released from the hospital and stayed at their uncle Michael’s until able to go back to Weatherford to care for themselves. Sheila remained in the hospital in ICU for 40 days, then she was moved to a rehab to recover. Finally, in January she was moved to Baptist-Jim Thorpe to finish rehab. Her Aunt Diane remained by her side until she went home 150 days later. On February 9, 2011 Sheila was blessed to come home to her family.


That accident changed her life and Sheila knew that the Lord had given her a second chance to make things right with her kids and her family.


Her dad, LuRue, always spoke the truth in love to Sheila and they had a good relationship up until the day he went home to by with the Lord on November 15, 2017.


Sheila will be remembered by her laugh and her big smile, showing off her gold teeth and her famous meat pies that she would bring to family reunions and other gatherings. She was a “Survivor.”

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Friday, April 13, 2018

9:00am - 8:00 pm (Central time)

Hart-Wyatt Funeral Home, Temple

122 West Texas Street, Temple, OK 73568

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Funeral Service

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Starts at 11:00 am (Central time)

First Baptist Church, Temple, OK

203 West Main Street, Temple, OK 73568

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