Obituaries detail

Nina June Wescott, Age: 66
Jun 01, 1954 - Apr 24, 2021

Nina June Wescott 66, of Trimble, Mo. passed away April 24, 2021 surrounded by family. 

Nina was born June 1, 1954 in Kansas city to Hershel and Helen Hayes Davenport. 

Nina was the mother of two sons, Ronnie and Johnny Campbell, and one step son, Christopher Wescott. 

She was the grandmother of 7 grandchildren whom she adored. 

Nina was preceded in death by her parents, Hershel and Helen Davenport, sister Patricia Davenport, brothers Ronald Davenport and Richard Davenport as well as her stepson Christopher Wescott. 

Nina is survived by her husband Robert Wescott,  sons Ronnie Campbell and Johnny Campbell, sister, Donna Cox(Charlie), brother Gary Davenport (Anna), 7 grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews.

Nina was a kind and beautiful soul. She had a heart of gold and was a  mother figure to many. She loved her family deeply. She will be greatly missed by those who adored her. 

We will remember, and miss her all the days of our lives. Rest easy Nina, we love you. 

Per Nina's wishes, there will be a celebration of her life at a date yet to be determined. 

"Northcare Hospice House is a wonderfully caring place. We couldn’t have made it through this without all of them. (Bruce, Barb, Jason, Beth, Michelle and our "Night Shift Rock" Ana). They treated Nina and us like family."




Laura Klopatek Apr 27 ,2021

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Bob - I was so sorry to hear of Nina's passing. My heart goes out to you and your family. What a beautiful woman with a wonderful life lived. You will be in my prayers and thoughts as you navigate this loss. Please know your Block family is here! Laura Klopatek

ARJUN VIJAYAN Apr 28 ,2021

Bob, Sorry for your lose, my thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief.

Kendra Fraser Apr 29 ,2021

Friend ,Enterprise ,Florida

Bob I was saddened to hear the news about Nina. Your love for each other was an example to us all. I am praying for you and your family as you lean into each other for comfort during this time of grief. Love ya. Kendra