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Becky and Judy's Florist and Gifts

1740 South US Highway 61
Osceola, AR 72370
(870) 563-8171
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Roller Swift Funeral Home

2173 South US Highway 61
Osceola, AR 72370
(870) 563-6578
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Wilson Funeral Service

1323 West Keiser Avenue
Osceola, AR 72370
(870) 563-2877
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Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper, 71, of New Virginia died Thursday, April 13, 2017, at his home in New Virginia.Services were 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., in Osceola with the Rev. Shane Simpson officiating. Visitation with family present was from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment will be in New Virginia Cemetery at a later date. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family for a tribute to be decided later. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com.Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper, son of Henry “Red” Cooper and Mildred Kellow Cooper, was born April 20, 1945, in Des Moines. Soon after high school, Chuck joined the United States Army and honorably served his country.On Oct. 23, 1971, Chuck married Cynthia Ann Felton Cooper at New Virginia. He began working in the concrete construction trade where he operated his own business for a time and also worked for SPECK USA until his retirement.Charles is survived by his children, Brian (Alyssa Halter) Cooper of New Virginia, Raquel “Rockie” (Bob) Lundy of Osceola, Tami (Donnie) Boutwell of Athens, Alabama, and Ricky (Jaque Harmon) Cooper of Indianola; grandchildren,...

Together for 7 decades, St. Cloud couple die 23 hours apart - Florida Times-Union

Monday, April 03, 2017

The couple’s joint funeral Mass was March 13 at St. Thomas Aquinas. Their remains will be cremated and laid to rest together at Osceola Memory Gardens. Besides their children, they are survived by seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.“It was a true love story,” Minor said.

Soulmates who died in heavy winds had 'promising future' - MLive.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Some areas experienced 70 mph gusts.Michigan's deadly wind stormWhile driving his Mini Cooper east on M-115 through Clare County's Freeman Township, near the border between Clare and Osceola counties, the strong winds blew over a large tree that fell on the roof of the moving vehicle. Mark Muessig said the impact killed the couple instantly.Michigan State Police troopers from the Mount Pleasant Post responded to the crash site at 4:25 p.m. Medical personnel pronounced Muessig and Potter dead at the scene. The crash remains under investigation.The couple planned to spend time at Muessig's family cabin in Luzerne over the weekend before the 20-year-old would take his girlfriend to the airport and she would fly back to Boston, where she was pursing a career in event planning.Instead, parents of the couple are now planning funerals for their children.Muessig, a 2015 Midland Dow High School graduate, met Potter at the University of Vermont, where he studied political science."Maggie was fortunate at such an early stage in life to have found her soulmate, Max," said Potter's father, Ted. "They shared many core values and were looking forward to a promising future together."Muessig's sister, Taylor Hodson, said when she met Potter for the first time this past summer, she was greeted with open arms and a big hug."I immediately knew that they were meant to be," Hodson said. "I hoped that she would be my sister-in-law someday."Muessig transferred to MSU in the fall of 2016. A near straight-A student at Midland Dow, he had aspirations of becoming a lawyer and then getting into politics."He was very witty, humorous, very caring and loving," said his father, Mark. "And he was always fair. He always wanted to do the right thing. That's why he w...

Sharon Garrett - Monett Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

Berean Christian Academy and may be left in care of the funeral home.Arrangements are under the direction of the Sheldon-Goodrich Funeral Home in Osceola, Mo.PAID OBITUARY...

Ryan James LaBine - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, in Rock Creek, Minn.He was born on May 14, 1982, to Michael LaBine and Suzanne Erickson in Hibbing. Ryan was employed as a maintenance mechanic for Polaris in Osceola, Wis. He graduated from Eveleth Technical College, completing a two-year program in maintenance mechanic training. Ryan attended and graduated from N-K High School in 2000. He was a member of the Dirty Riders ATV Club. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, boating and riding his ATV. Ryan was such an outgoing, easy-to-get-along-with man, who could always make you smile.He is survived by wife, Jena LaBine of Rush City; two children, Nolan, 12, and Meranda, 9, LaBine, both of Rush City; his father, Michael LaBine of Keewatin; mother, Suzanne Erickson of Coolidge, Ariz.; his grandmother, Theresa LaBine of Hibbing; and two nephews, Devin Eskeli and Caleb Hunt.He was preceded in death by grandfather, Dennis LaBine; grandmother, Jean Jensen; and grandfather, Mason Kirk.Funeral: Services for Ryan will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. The Rev. Richard Johnston will officiate.Visitation: Will be held from 10 a.m. until the funeral service Thursday at the funeral home.Arrangements are wit...

Wanda Louise Cleveland, 100, Cedar Rapids - DesMoinesRegister.com

Monday, October 17, 2016

Cleo Keeney. The family lived in Altoona, Iowa, and then on several different farms in Warren County. Wanda attended county schools as well as St. Marys School and schools in Des Moines and Osceola, Iowa.The family moved to Milo, Iowa, in 1932 and Wanda graduated from Milo High School in 1935. After graduation, she worked for several business places in Milo. In 1942, Wanda went to Des Moines where she worked at Neal’s Drug Store for a short time and then at the Ankeny Ordinance Plant.On Nov. 23, 1942, Wanda married Gerald Francis Cleveland while he was on furlough from the Army. In 1943, she moved to Birmingham, Ala., to be where Gerald was stationed. In the spring of 1943, Gerald was sent overseas, so Wanda returned to Des Moines and renewed her work at the Ankeny Ordinance Plant. She worked there two and a half years.Gerald was honorably discharged from the Army and in September of 1945 Gerald and Wanda settled in Milo, Iowa, where later their daughter, Frances Ann, was born. In 1948, they moved to a farm near Mallard, Iowa, where a second daughter, Donna Louise, was born. They continued to farm near Mallard for five years.In 1953, Gerald and Wanda bought a farm in Madison County, Iowa.In 1964, Wanda began working at Kresge’s department store in Des Moines. She continued to work there for six years.They remained on the farm for many years with Gerald passing away Feb. 24, 2000. Wanda left the farm in 2005 due to declining health and lived first with her daughter, Donna, and later with her daughter, Fran.Wanda is survived by daughters and sons-in-law Donna and Steve Reineck of St. Charles and Fran and Don ...

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Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper, 71, of New Virginia died Thursday, April 13, 2017, at his home in New Virginia.Services were 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, at Kale Funeral Home, 301 S. Main St., in Osceola with the Rev. Shane Simpson officiating. Visitation with family present was from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment will be in New Virginia Cemetery at a later date. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family for a tribute to be decided later. Online condolences may be left at www.kalefuneralhome.com.Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper, son of Henry “Red” Cooper and Mildred Kellow Cooper, was born April 20, 1945, in Des Moines. Soon after high school, Chuck joined the United States Army and honorably served his country.On Oct. 23, 1971, Chuck married Cynthia Ann Felton Cooper at New Virginia. He began working in the concrete construction trade where he operated his own business for a time and also worked for SPECK USA until his retirement.Charles is survived by his children, Brian (Alyssa Halter) Cooper of New Virginia, Raquel “Rockie” (Bob) Lundy of Osceola, Tami (Donnie) Boutwell of Athens, Alabama, and Ricky (Jaque Harmon) Cooper of Indianola; grandchildren,...

Together for 7 decades, St. Cloud couple die 23 hours apart - Florida Times-Union

Monday, April 03, 2017

The couple’s joint funeral Mass was March 13 at St. Thomas Aquinas. Their remains will be cremated and laid to rest together at Osceola Memory Gardens. Besides their children, they are survived by seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.“It was a true love story,” Minor said.

Soulmates who died in heavy winds had 'promising future' - MLive.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Some areas experienced 70 mph gusts.Michigan's deadly wind stormWhile driving his Mini Cooper east on M-115 through Clare County's Freeman Township, near the border between Clare and Osceola counties, the strong winds blew over a large tree that fell on the roof of the moving vehicle. Mark Muessig said the impact killed the couple instantly.Michigan State Police troopers from the Mount Pleasant Post responded to the crash site at 4:25 p.m. Medical personnel pronounced Muessig and Potter dead at the scene. The crash remains under investigation.The couple planned to spend time at Muessig's family cabin in Luzerne over the weekend before the 20-year-old would take his girlfriend to the airport and she would fly back to Boston, where she was pursing a career in event planning.Instead, parents of the couple are now planning funerals for their children.Muessig, a 2015 Midland Dow High School graduate, met Potter at the University of Vermont, where he studied political science."Maggie was fortunate at such an early stage in life to have found her soulmate, Max," said Potter's father, Ted. "They shared many core values and were looking forward to a promising future together."Muessig's sister, Taylor Hodson, said when she met Potter for the first time this past summer, she was greeted with open arms and a big hug."I immediately knew that they were meant to be," Hodson said. "I hoped that she would be my sister-in-law someday."Muessig transferred to MSU in the fall of 2016. A near straight-A student at Midland Dow, he had aspirations of becoming a lawyer and then getting into politics."He was very witty, humorous, very caring and loving," said his father, Mark. "And he was always fair. He always wanted to do the right thing. That's why he w...

Sharon Garrett - Monett Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

Berean Christian Academy and may be left in care of the funeral home.Arrangements are under the direction of the Sheldon-Goodrich Funeral Home in Osceola, Mo.PAID OBITUARY...

Ryan James LaBine - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, in Rock Creek, Minn.He was born on May 14, 1982, to Michael LaBine and Suzanne Erickson in Hibbing. Ryan was employed as a maintenance mechanic for Polaris in Osceola, Wis. He graduated from Eveleth Technical College, completing a two-year program in maintenance mechanic training. Ryan attended and graduated from N-K High School in 2000. He was a member of the Dirty Riders ATV Club. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, boating and riding his ATV. Ryan was such an outgoing, easy-to-get-along-with man, who could always make you smile.He is survived by wife, Jena LaBine of Rush City; two children, Nolan, 12, and Meranda, 9, LaBine, both of Rush City; his father, Michael LaBine of Keewatin; mother, Suzanne Erickson of Coolidge, Ariz.; his grandmother, Theresa LaBine of Hibbing; and two nephews, Devin Eskeli and Caleb Hunt.He was preceded in death by grandfather, Dennis LaBine; grandmother, Jean Jensen; and grandfather, Mason Kirk.Funeral: Services for Ryan will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. The Rev. Richard Johnston will officiate.Visitation: Will be held from 10 a.m. until the funeral service Thursday at the funeral home.Arrangements are wit...

Wanda Louise Cleveland, 100, Cedar Rapids - DesMoinesRegister.com

Monday, October 17, 2016

Cleo Keeney. The family lived in Altoona, Iowa, and then on several different farms in Warren County. Wanda attended county schools as well as St. Marys School and schools in Des Moines and Osceola, Iowa.The family moved to Milo, Iowa, in 1932 and Wanda graduated from Milo High School in 1935. After graduation, she worked for several business places in Milo. In 1942, Wanda went to Des Moines where she worked at Neal’s Drug Store for a short time and then at the Ankeny Ordinance Plant.On Nov. 23, 1942, Wanda married Gerald Francis Cleveland while he was on furlough from the Army. In 1943, she moved to Birmingham, Ala., to be where Gerald was stationed. In the spring of 1943, Gerald was sent overseas, so Wanda returned to Des Moines and renewed her work at the Ankeny Ordinance Plant. She worked there two and a half years.Gerald was honorably discharged from the Army and in September of 1945 Gerald and Wanda settled in Milo, Iowa, where later their daughter, Frances Ann, was born. In 1948, they moved to a farm near Mallard, Iowa, where a second daughter, Donna Louise, was born. They continued to farm near Mallard for five years.In 1953, Gerald and Wanda bought a farm in Madison County, Iowa.In 1964, Wanda began working at Kresge’s department store in Des Moines. She continued to work there for six years.They remained on the farm for many years with Gerald passing away Feb. 24, 2000. Wanda left the farm in 2005 due to declining health and lived first with her daughter, Donna, and later with her daughter, Fran.Wanda is survived by daughters and sons-in-law Donna and Steve Reineck of St. Charles and Fran and Don ...