Jeanne "Toni" Antionette (Petsick) Waggoner, 74, of Oklahoma City passed away on December 27, 2022. Toni was born January 29, 1948, in Kansas City, Kansas, and grew up in Independence, Kansas. She graduated from Independence High School in 1966 where she excelled in her studies. Her extra-curricular activities included cheerleading and received the honor of Track Queen. After graduation, she attended Emporia State University and completed her teaching degree in 1973. Toni's passion in life was teaching, which lead to a life-long profession as an educator. Toni began her teaching career at Rosary Catholic School in Oklahoma City. She married her high school sweetheart, Larry Waggoner, in 1974 and became a mother to two sons. After the birth of her second son, she returned to teaching in the Putnam City School district at Northridge Elementary. She spent the next 25 years teaching the fourth grade and was named Northridge Teacher of Year in 1998. Toni retired 2004 and moved to Bartlesville, Oklahoma with her husband. She returned to teaching in 2006 as a volunteer teacher in the Bartlesville School system. After Larry's retirement, they returned to Oklahoma City where she continued teaching in the Putnam City School district as a special education volunteer teacher. Toni and Larry enjoyed attending OU football games and local concerts. Toni is survived by her loving husband, Larry Waggoner; two sons, Ryan Waggoner (April) and Tony Waggoner of Oklahoma City; granddaughter, Anna Waggoner of Houston, Texas; her sister, Michelle Loughlin (John) of Yukon, Oklahoma; her nieces, Kate Loughlin (Tom Koen) of Woodward, Oklahoma, and Lisa Staat (Dustin) of Oklahoma City; and nephew, Chuck Loughlin (Erica) of Oklahoma City. An evening prayer service will be held at Smith & Kernke Funeral Home, 14624 N May in Oklahoma City on Monday, January 2 at 6 p.m. followed by a small celebration of her wonderful life. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church on Tuesday, January 3 at 10:30 a.m. Flowers or memorial contributions to the Breast Cancer Society of America are welcome.