Wanda Rose Roles was a caring wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend. She joined our Heavenly Father Jan. 3rd, 2022 at the age of 77 in Corn, OK.
Wanda was born to Kenneth Charles Raff and Rosie Ester (Acker) Raff on May 18th, 1944 in Roll, OK. She was the youngest of 3 siblings, brothers included Charles William and Edward Jasper Raff. Her family resided in Durham, OK for a short time after her birth before moving to Hooker, OK In 1966, Wanda married David Wesley Kreger having 3 children Kenneth Charles (KC), Kamran Kay and Rose Anne Kreger. During this time their family moved several places ministering the Gospel in Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas and Texas. In 1969 Wanda received Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. She enjoyed her role as a homemaker and often worked outside the home making many friends and acquaintances.
In 1981 Wanda and her children moved to Cheyenne, Ok. where she met Ernest Clyde Roles. They married in 1983 and she gained four stepsons Mike, Billy, Larry and Stephen Roles. Wanda also attended SWOSU and graduated with an associates degree. Earnest and Wanda made Cheyenne their home while raising all seven children. She held many titles while living in Cheyenne but the one she was most proud of was becoming a grandma. Wanda was proceeded in death by her husband Ernest, her parents Kenneth and Rosie Raff, brother Charles Raff, and her great nephew Tyler Raff.
She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law Eddie and Donna Raff of Cheyenne, WY., cousin and best friend Veda Raff of Erick, OK, son and daughter-inlaw, KC and Dawn Kreger of Mustang, OK, daughter Kamran Kreger and of Erick, OK and daughter and Son-in-law Rose and Shawn Karr of Heber City, UT. Grandchildren include Alan, Wesley, Jesse, Timmy, Emily, Matthew, Johny, Joshua, Tyler, Karissa, Dillon, Lillie, Steven, Harley and Journiegh. Wanda was also blessed with eleven great grandchildren along with nieces, nephews and a host of family and friends. Services for Wanda Rose Roles will be held at the First Baptist Church in Cheyenne, Ok. Wednesday, January 19th at 10:00 a.m. All friends and acquaintances are welcome.