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Juanita Potts

November 5, 1934 — June 4, 2024

Amarillo, Texas

Juanita Potts was born Juanita Lewis on November 5th, 1934, in Tulsa Oklahoma to Harold G. and Mildred Lewis. Our beloved mother and grandmother departed this world on June 4th, 2024.

Juanita was proceeded in death by her husband Albert R. Potts, along with her father, mother, and siblings Harold C. Lewis, and Louise Evans. She is survived by her daughter Vivian Mobley and son-in-law David Mobley of Amarillo, Texas, daughter Diane Neff of Amarillo, Texas, son Dr. William Neff and daughter-in-law Cristy Neff of Las Vegas, Nevada. Juanita also left behind her loving grandchildren Tanya Buck and her Husband Ron Buck of Canyon, Texas, Joshua Neff and his wife Noelle Neff of Montrose, Michigan, and Bradley Neff of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. Juanita had six great-grandchildren, Kaylee Buck of Amarillo, Texas, Sean and Matthew Buck of Canyon, Texas, Dahlia Bercino of Manchester, California, and Aurora and Barrick Neff of Montrose, Michigan. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. 

During her life Juanita worked as a Registered Nurse in Amarillo, Texas along with Fresno and Madera California. Her loving heart and kind soul made Juanita a wonderful mother and grandmother as well as a great nurse who was loved by her colleagues and patients. 

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made in Juanita’s name to the BrightFocus Foundation for Alzheimer’s Research at https//.brightfocus.org/

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