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Wendy Denise Blancett August 4, 1961 - June 26, 2023

Date of Funeral

July 1, 2023

Memorial Service: 1:00 PM, Saturday, July 1, 2023 at Buchanan Funeral Service

With profound sadness, we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved and dear Wendy Wall Blancett, a woman whose unwavering love for Jesus touched the lives of all who knew her. Her journey on Earth has come to an end, but she has found her eternal resting place in the arms of her Heavenly Father. Her legacy of faith, compassion, and strength will live forever on and remain in our hearts as a shining example of love, strength, and steadfast resilience.

Born on August 4, 1961, Wendy embodied the true essence of a disciple of Christ. Her life was a testament to her deep love for her Savior. She found solace and strength in her relationship and journey with Him. She embraced worship, and her soul radiated with praise. Her steadfast devotion and passion was an inspiration to everyone who had the honor of knowing her.

As a daughter, Wendy brought joy and comfort to her parents, nurturing them with the same tender care and compassion that she later extended to her own family. She exemplified the commandment to honor one’s parents and her heart overflowed with gratitude for the love and support they provided throughout her life. She was born to Bobby Jo and Mary Madena Pendergraft Wall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was a loving sister, and she embraced her role as a big (and little) sister and brought treasured joy and laughter to her family.

In marriage, Wendy found her true companion and the love of her life, Scott Blancett. They were married on August 2, 1986. Together, they built a solid foundation centered around their shared love of Jesus. Their love was a testament to the power of God’s grace, and they stood as a shining example of what a Christ-centered marriage should be. Their love and endless devotion to each other and their trust in the Lord carried them through the joys and challenges of life. The love they shared was an example to those around them and together they created a family with whom they shared their love of God.

As a mother and grandmother, Wendy poured out her love, wisdom, and faith upon her children and grandchildren, leaving a lasting mark on their lives. She nurtured them with a tender heart. Through her wisdom, gentle support, and compassionate care, she instilled in them the strength and courage to face life’s trials with resolute faith. She dedicated her life to providing a warm and loving home where faith, integrity, and kindness were woven into the fabric of daily life. Her children, Emmalee Palma Blancett, Nathan Blancett, and Calvin Blancett will continue to carry on her legacy. Her grandchildren, Caleb Palma, and Carter Palma were the utter joy and lights in her life. They gave her the strength she needed to persevere through her own pain, and she was their best friend, biggest cheerleader, and the best Nana the boys could have asked for.

As a friend to everyone, she possessed a unique ability to inspire and uplift those around her, offering a listening ear, sage advice, a solid and perfectly timed sense of humor, and a gentle heart. Her impact on the lives she touched cannot be put into words, and she always empowered others to reach their full potential. We will remember her beautiful smile, and her infectious laughter that were full of happiness and joy.

While we mourn the loss of Wendy, we find immense solace and peace knowing that she is now resting in the arms of her Savior. She is walking, dancing, singing, hugging, and loving on those who went before her. We celebrate the legacy of love, faith, strength, and kindness she leaves behind and we honor her by spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.

She is survived by her loving husband, Scott Blancett; her children, Emmalee and Corban Palma, Nathan Blancett, Calvin Blancett and Brooke Frye; grandchildren Caleb Palma, Carter Palma, and Jayden Palma; her father, Bobby Jo Wall; her siblings Cheryl and Jamie McAlpine, Delinda Wall, Robin and Mike Kohn, and Corbett and Lisa Wall; and her fathers-in-law, Stan and James Trujillo Blancett. Other survivors include her loving aunts and uncles, Lou Ann and Jerry Garroutte and Ora Lee and Howard Mell, along with her many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews, and grand nieces and nephews. She is joined in Heaven by her mother, Mary Madena Pendergraft Wall, her mother-in-law Judith Susan Blancett, her dearest cousin Debbie Garroutte and her grandparents Buel and May Pendergraft.

We will have a Celebration of Life at Buchanan Funeral Home on Saturday, July 1st at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to National Multiple Sclerosis Society at www.nationalmssociety.org so that we may honor her memory by extended love, compassion, and generosity to others, just as she did throughout her life.

“The memory of the righteous is a blessing.” – Proverbs 10:7

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, July 1, 2023 at Buchanan Funeral Service, 8712 N Council Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73132.


  1. REPLY
    Vanessa Luebke says

    Mama Wendy was one of the most gentle and kind human beings I’ve met in my entire life. Our relationship started when I was 13. Emmalee’s cousin Brittany lived two floors under my grandmothers apartment. We met at the pool, where soon i would accompany her to church, where I would meet the Blancett’s. Emmalee and I have shared in many life events since then. Including becoming a part of a chosen family which included the love and support of one another’s parents. Wendy and Scott raised three beautiful and compassionate babies, that they cherished with everything. Once she became a grandma it was a wrap! Her grand babies were the apple of her eyes! Wendy said to me so many times, “oh my goodness, Vanessa. To something wild that flew out of my mouth. I loved sitting and chit chatting with her. I personally never heard her judge another. She allowed everyone grace to exist and make mistakes. She would reiterate what we just said giving us some words of wisdom. Mama Wendy was called home to be with her Jesus, I am so sure she is exactly where she spent her life wondering about and awaiting. My deepest condolences are with the Blancett’s and Wall’s, as well as all the others who had the pleasure of knowing such an amazing woman.
    Be comforted that she’s somewhere over that rainbow, watching, listening, sitting and protecting from the beyond. I love you all very much.

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