Guynetta ‘Netta’ L. Keaton

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Guynetta “Netta” L. Keaton passed away on Jan. 13, 2014 at her home in Apache Junction. She was born on July 10, 1939 in Tucson, AZ to Orton and Lavada Keaton.

Netta lived in Superior for many years and made many friends before moving to Apache Junction. Netta was an artist by trade. She and her lifetime partner painted the mural on Emilo’s  and the Panther’s Den when they were opened.

Netta was a warm caring and loving person she aways wanted  everyone to be happy.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Orton and Lavada Keaton, and two brothers, David McCullough and Vernon McCullough.

Netta is survived by her lifetime partner, Sandra Graham; two daughters, Ginevra “Ginny” Bateman of Apache Junction and Sandra Jessop of Mesa; grandchildren, Michael-Martin Moreno of Apache Junction and Brooke Moreno of Tucson; brothers, Ernest McCullough and sister-in-law Mary Anne McCullough of Escondido, CA and Edward McCullough of Tucson; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

Memorial Services will be held on Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. at Los Hermanos Ballroom.

Netta  will always be missed and in our hearts. Till we meet again, our dear loved one. Rest in peace, my love.

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