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In loving memory of
Zana K Winton Burnette
  • April 21, 1937
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  • March 20, 2018

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Zana King Winton-Burnette passed away peacefully at home on March 20th, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was born in Deland, Florida on April 21st, 1937 to Clyde Oxley and Zana Whitaker King. She grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1955. She also attended Sullins College in Bristol, Virginia. Zana enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was an active member of the Orange Park and New Smyrna Beach Garden Clubs. She loved the outdoors and nature and could never turn her back on a stray animal. She supported various charities including the Salvation Army, Empty Bowls and K-9 for Warriors. She was an avid Gator fan and loved watching football. She never met a stranger. Zana was a strong, unique person-there was no one like her. She will be greatly missed.

She is preceded in death by her brother Clyde Oxley King. Surviving family members include her children Herschel B. Winton (wife Denise) of Saint Augustine, Lee C. Winton-Burnette (wife Kathy) of Sarasota, and Judy A. Nagle (husband David) of Enterprise. Grandchildren  Megan Winton, Jenna Winton, Kelly Winton Sommer, Evan Nagle, Emma Nagle, Christopher Winton-Burnette, and Andrew Winton- Burnette; Great-Grandchildren Lily Alice Sommer and Rowan Boone Sommer. She was previously married to Ben W. Burnette.

 A celebration of her life is being planned to take place in April. Burial will be at Oak Grove Cemetery in St. Marys, Georgia at a later date. In Lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to the Salvation Army and K-9 for Warriors.

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  1. Marion Hilliard lit a candle:
    24 Mar 2018
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  5. Ruth Johansen says:
    23 Mar 2018
    Seven years ago, I met Zana at a Garden Club meeting. Zana spoke her mind and was a bit brusque, but quickly she found her way into my heart. That first meeting I had brought a basket of extra jalapeno peppers from our garden to give away. No one wanted them but Zana. At our next meeting, Zana returned the basket which held a jar of delicious pepper jelly! Zana was always remembering her friends with “gifts” she had found in her famous shopping sprees at garage sales and thrift stores. No meeting was ever dull with Zana there. When she moved from Orange Park it was a sad day for our Garden Club. We still collect aluminum cans for K-9s for Warriors but now they sit in my garage till pick up, with fond memories of Zana who started that project. Prayers for comfort and peace for Zana’s family.

  6. Al & Renee Maskall says:
    23 Mar 2018
    Farewell Dear Friend & Mother of My Family Members (Winton's). You will be missed by all. Many great times and fun days we had together. Rest in Peace, We will see you again.
    Sincerely,To all of the Family.

  7. Genie Whaley lit a candle:
    23 Mar 2018
    Lit since March 23, 2018 at 3:07:37 PM

  8. Helen Neal Blount says:
    23 Mar 2018
    I am so sorry to hear that my old friend passed away. Zana was a caring person. She always sold me tickets to the Empty Bowls and at the lunches always took home something for the wild life at home. My mind goes back to school days - with her jet black hair (so beautiful) and her sense of humor. And I purchased many a jar of honey from her. She will be missed and I'll always have fond memories of her. I pray the Lord will lift up her family in this time of sorrow and keep them close. Friend of Class 1955

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