Charles Wayne Jaynes and
Billie Joyce Potter

On Left is Billie Joyce Potter Jaynes
Left: Billie Joyce Potter Jaynes
Billie Joyce Potter Jaynes and Husband, Charles Jaynes
Ida Fuller Potter on Left and on Right, Billie Joyce Potter, Ida's Daughter by Coy Johnson.
Left, Clark Potter Right; Sister, Billie Joyce Potter Jaynes in Madrid Spain
Charles Wayne Jaynes b 2 Aug 1935 d 21 Jan 2013; s/o Charles Lee Jaynes and Emily Oneida. Charles Wayne Jaynes m. Billie Joyce Potter b 1931 KY; d/o McCoy Johnson and Ida Fuller. This was Billie's 3rd marriage. (No children from this marriage).


Billie Joyce Potter
and Jesse F Sanchez

Billie Joyce Potter b 1931 KY; d/o McCoy Johnson and Ida Fuller. Billie Joyce Potter b abt 1931 KY; m. (divorced), to (2) Jesse Felipe Sanchez b abt 1931 d 2020. All 3 of the following children listed under this couple are the biological children of Creed Potter and Ida Fuller. Children of Jesse Felipe Sanchez and Billie Joyce Potter;

1. David T Sanchez

2. Annette Sanchez

3. Carlene Sanchez


Billie Joyce Potter
and William Bill Stewart

Billie Joyce Potter b 1931 Letcher Co KY; d/o Coy Johnson and Ida Fuller Potter. Billie Joyce Potter m. (divorced) to (1) William Bill Stewart; s/o Clell Stewart and Easter Stewart. (No children from this marriage).


Charles Wayne Jaynes
and Unknown

Charles Wayne Jaynes b 2 Aug 1935 d 21 Jan 2013; s/o Charles Lee Jaynes and Emily Oneida. Charles Wayne Jaynes m. Unknown. Children of Charles Wayne Jaynes and Unknown;

1. Glenda Jaynes; m. Male Clark

2. Gaye Jaynes; m. Male Stuchly

3. Rusty Jaynes

4. Randy Jaynes


Obituary: Charles Wayne Jaynes
2 Aug 1935 - 21 Jan 2013

Charles Wayne Jaynes 77, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away Monday afternoon, January 21st at Houston's Methodist Hospital. He is preceded in death by his father Charles Lee Jaynes, his mother Emily Oneida Jaynes, sister Billie McGinty, and one grandson Remington Wayne Jaynes. He is survived by his wife Billie Jaynes, brother Robert Jaynes, brother Richard Jaynes, daughter Glenda Clark, daughter Gaye Stuchly, son Rusty Jaynes, son Randy Jaynes, 6 grandchildren and 3 grandchildren, as well as, further extended family and innumerable friends. Charley, as he was affectionately known, retired from Continental Can Co. after 39 years and then purchased and operated a very successful oil change business on Spencer Highway in So. Houston for several years. He was a member of Beth-El Church in Brookside Village where he served on the Board of Elders and was a member of the worship team. Charley went regularly to a local nursing home in Pasadena to sing and minister joy to the residents there. He would encourage people wherever he went. He enjoyed his involvement in music, golf, church and especially with his family. He has been a well respected member of our community for many years and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.


More About Billie Joyce Potter

Billie and 2nd husband, Jesse Sanchez, adopted the 3 youngest children of her Mom, Ida Fuller Potter. Those adopted by them; Annette, Carlene and David Potter.

Billie was born in Letcher Co KY and came to Houston, Texas to earn a living after her divorce from 2nd husband, Jesse Sanchez. Billie traveled extensively over the years and lived in Fairbanks, Alaska, Madrid, Spain and Guatemala City, Central America, to name a few. Billie also lived in different states with her adopted children within the US with her 2nd husband, Jesse Sanchez, who was in the Air Force during their marriage.

Billie is currently married to Charles Jaynes (deceased now since 2013). They have been married for about 30 years. Billie worked for Montgomery Wards in sales. She retired from Wards and she and her husband Charles bought a business which she has now sold. She and Charles Jaynes own and maintain rental property in the Houston, Texas area.

Charley Jaynes is a retired machinist. Charley and Billie have no children together, but Charley has 2 boys, Rusty and Randy Jaynes, and 2 girls Gaye and Glenda Jaynes, from a previous marriage. Billie had no biological children with any of her husbands.

We had an overall enjoyable time in our travels. Carlene and I especially enjoyed Guatemala where we attended the American School.

The countryside of Guatemala City was lovely and we freqently saw beautiful multi-colored birds in the trees.

The field trips experienced were very nice. We enjoyed the beauty of the surrounding area. Guatemala offered beautiful waterfalls, lovely lakes and lush tropical forests. We hope to make a return visit to Guatemala some day.

My sister Carlene and I modeled on television and for layouts in various publications while living in Guatemala. Our social life was interesting. The boys there would get together and bring guitars to serenade us at our home. We enjoyed that.

I would hope that girls in the states would have their boyfriends treat them to this wonderful tradition. It is something a girl will always remember and it makes them feel special. We were very fortunate to have experienced the things we enjoyed in the city of Guatemala in Central America. When Jesse and Billie separated, they left me in the care of various family members and I rarely heard from her until later in life and never heard from Jesse again. That was 1962. I was 14 years old.


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