She was born in Yadkin County on Feb. 16, 1915 to Jess and Wilda Lineberry Davis.
She was a member of Forbush Friends Meeting.
Mrs. Wooten was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Benbow Wooten; a son, Archie Wooten; one brother, Lewis Davis; and two sisters, Blanche Carter and Pearl Carter.
Surviving are her children, Hilda (Mickey) Smitherman, Nellia (Tommy) Hall, and Davis (Glenda) Wooten, all of East Bend; six sisters, Roxie Hobson, Edith Carter, and Faye Brown, all of East Bend, Maye Jarvis of Covington, Va., Laura Ruth (Page) Wall of Yadkinville, and Jessie Ray (Jimmie) Smitherman of Pfafftown; five grandchildren, Loris (Danny) Coe, Maurice (Shonda) Smitherman, Michael (Samyra) Matthews, Brian (Kara) Wooten, and Evan (Misty) Wooten; 10 great-grandchildren,Ryan and Reid Coe, Sailor and Sydney Smitherman, Mackenzie and Sophia Matthews, Jesse and Ellie Wooten, Reagan and Reese Wooten; brothers and sisters-in-law, Ethel Griffen, Edsel Wooten, Vicy Key, Cora Hutchens, E.V. (Betty) Wooten, and Allen (Peggy) Wooten, all of East Bend, and Barbara (Frank) Gentry of Yadkinville.
A funeral service was conducted Wednesday, March 4 at the Forbush Friends Meeting with the Rev. Andy Lambert officiating.
Burial followed in the church cemetery.
The family received friends Tuesday, March 3 at Huff Funeral Home in East Bend.
A very special thank you to her caretaker, Johnnie Sue Fletcher; special thanks to Mountain Valley Hospice and to the staff of Hoots Hospital; and a special thanks to Dr. Shore.