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January 20, 1959 ~ January 8, 2024 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Betty D’aun Wimberly Beaner or Aunt D as most of us called her left this earth January 08, 2024. She was born in Pampa, TX on January 20, 1959.
Visitation for D'aun will be Saturday, January 13, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Calvary Memorial Funeral Home Chapel.
Chapel services will begin at 11 a.m. with Haylee McBride officiating. Cremation will follow at a later date.
D'aun leaves behind her husband Alan Beaner of Hobbs, NM. Son; Robert Justin Wimberly of Hobbs, NM. 4 grandkids; Jana Moreno, Sahrianna Moreno, Orishi Wimberly all of Lubbock, Tx. Xolur Wimberly of Hobbs, NM. Father; Garland Wimberly of Hobbs, NM. Sister; Lajuana Garcia of Lubbock, TX. Niece; Adrian Martinez of Brownfield, TX. Nephew; Christopher Martinez and family of Roanoke, TX. Several adopted nieces, nephews, and family.
D’aun was preceded in death by her mother Patsy Wimberly.
She was the youngest daughter of Garland and Patsy Wimberly. She grew up here in Hobbs, graduating from Hobbs High in 1977. She then went on to cosmetology school and later in life received a graphic design degree from NMJC. In October 1983 she welcomed her only child Robert Justin Wimberly. She met the love of her life Alan in 1979. They were good friends until they started dating and ended up marrying in Oct 1985.
D’aun had a big heart and loved people, but we sometimes wondered if she loved her dog Fred more. She was always willing to feed you, house you, hug you, listen to your problems, and laugh with you. She was good at scolding you and letting you know when you messed up, but always willing to help with the aftermath. She had a big personality and wasn’t afraid to tell you where she stood on any subject. Her greatest joy was having her grandchildren around.
D'aun will always be loved and forever missed by all who knew her.
Services are under the direction of Calvary Memorial Funeral Home of Hobbs, New Mexico.