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John Henry “Jack” Buehler Jr., 77, Barnhart - Leader Publications

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He was a member of the Original Corvette Club of St. Louis and the National Corvette Museum, and he supported Backstoppers, the St. Louis Muny, the St. Louis Science Center, the Missouri Botanical Garden and the Butterfly House. He was passionate about Corvettes, model trains, Pepsi, ketchup and his family and friends. Born Aug. 13, 1939, in St. Louis, he was the son of the late Mable (Minter) and John Henry Buehler Sr.He is survived by his wife of 23 years: Alice "Jane" (Dunn) Buehler of Barnhart; four children: Anita Dunn of Ballwin, Dennis Buehler of Ellisville, Steven Buehler of Fenton and Lisa (David) Coombs of Oakville; a brother: Richard (Mary Ann) Buehler of Festus; eight grandchildren: Emily and Ian Dunn of Ballwin, Megan Buehler of Ellisville, Brendan and Sarah Buehler of Fenton and Daniel, Matthew and Adam Coombs of Oakville; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by a sister: Darlynn Buehler.Funeral services were held March 31 at Kutis South County Chapel in south St. Louis County, officiated by Monsignor James Telthorst. Burial with full military honors was in the National Cemetery at Jefferson Barracks. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements were under the direction of Kutis Funeral Home.

Mae Catherine Honey Hall - The Daily Iberian

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Beau Pre Cemetery.A gathering of family and friends will be held at Evangeline Funeral Home on Tuesday from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.Mae Catherine Honey Hall was born March 23, 1923 in Newburg, Missouri to the late Garrett Alonzo Honey and Minnie Eula Murphy Honey. She passed away peacefully just one day after her 94th birthday on March 24 in Lafayette, with her family at her side.Catherine, as she was known by family and friends, was a retired secretary having worked for the Director of Nursing at Iberia Parish Hospital, now Iberia Medical Center, and with former Sheriff G. “Jerry” Wattigny. She has been a member of First United Methodist Church since 1945 and sang in the church choir. Catherine was also a past member of the New Iberia Business Women’s Club, the New Iberia “Hoe Downers” and the Good Sam Camping Club.She leaves behind many fond memories that will be cherished by all who knew and loved her.Survivors include her children, Jan Hall, Bill Hall III, and Cecelia Eiden and husband Mel; her grandchildren, Garrick Stuart Hall, Amanda Cecelia Eiden and Courtney Renee Neal; four great grandchildren; her sisters, Mary Evelyn Grayson and Beryl Maxine Van Dover; and a host of nieces and nephews.Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Earl William Hall Jr.; and her brothers, Garrett Ray Honey and James Quelin Honey.Pallbearers will be members of the family.The family wou

Dr. Sandra K. Willsie - Parsons Sun

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Harvard University, Sandra was very involved in academic medicine. She served as professor of medicine, interim chair of medicine and docent at the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine and as provost, dean, vice dean and department chair at Kansas City University of Osteopathic Medicine.Sandra earned a master’s degree in bioethics and health policy focusing on research ethics from Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. She made countless scholarly presentations and published regularly with active participation as a board member of the American College of Chest Physicians. Sandra once said “when you can’t breathe, nothing much else matters,” and in her persuasive way, she was instrumental in the creation and financial recruitment for the establishment of the Chest Foundation, for which she later served as a board member. Today the Chest Foundation continues providing grants around the world to fight respiratory diseases.Sandra made eight pro bono trips to provide physicians in Honduras, Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic the latest research updates on asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease research. Sandra was honored to serve as president of Women Executives in Science and Healthcare and as board president of the American Heart Association’s Midwest Affiliate (greater Kansas City area), where her primary focus was on fundraising for the Go Red for Women Initiative and the launching of the Circle of Red Initiative.In the corporate world Sandra served as medical director, principal investigator and a system-wide chair responsible for global harmonization of medical safety practices and policies. At the time of her diagnosis, Dr. Willsie had been volunteering for over 30 years at the KC CARE Clinic in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, and was a committee member of the Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on respiratory and anesthesiology devices.As stated by one close friend, “Sandra was an amazing woman, selfless leader, gifted doctor, generous healer and respected scholar who made a difference in the lives of so many. She inspired a generation of new physicians to be and do more by following her example of excellence and integrity.”Sandra was born Aug. 18, 1953, in Parsons, and growing up there, she never forgot her small town roots or Christian values. She was a dutiful daughter and awesome sister who never stopped looking out for her family; as an aunt, she thought

James Morland

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Virginia Darlene (Ousley) Morland and James Bedford (JB) Morland, both deceased.On June 16, 1996, he was married to Judy (Baumbach) Morland, who survives.A lifelong resident of the mid-Missouri area, Jimmy attended New Bloomfield schools. He joined the Navy in 1963 and “celebrated” his 17th birthday in Vietnam. After his discharge from the Navy, he worked in the construction field for his father, and others. He owned the Silver Dollar Saloon, worked at the Missouri State Penitentiary, owned Show Me Used Cars, co-owned Judy’s Cafe with his wife, and for the last 10 years transported traveler trailers from Indiana to dealers throughout the country. He also played in various bands with JD Wyatt and others, and then became the leader of The Southern Knights Band for many years. He and his wife also managed the Truman Lake Opry for a year and played with many well-known country stars.Jimmy was a member of the American Legion, Roscoe Enloe Post 5, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Roy Sone Post 1003 and a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans.Other survivors include: his daughters, Lori Carson and her husband, Thomas, of Holts Summit; Rainie Autrey and her husband, Steve, of Boonville; a step-son, Roger Baumbach and his wife Gale, of Murfreesboro, TN; three sisters; one brother; five grandchildren; and one great-gr

Obituary: Sheldon L. Slagel - Twin Falls Times-News

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Idaho where he met the love of his life, Mary Umphenour. They were married on July 2, 1949 and would have celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary this year. Sheldon and Mary moved to Springfield, Missouri where he attended Bible College. He became an ordained minister in 1958 and together they entered the ministry full time for the next 50 years.Knowing that our father, husband, brother, uncle and friend is at last home in Heaven gives us great comfort, peace and joy. At the same time, we also find ourselves grieving and missing him profoundly. He leaves behind his beloved wife, Mary; son Doug (Cherry Ann) Slagel of Honolulu, Hawaii and daughter Deb (Tim) Martens of Eagle, Idaho; grandchildren Cristy (Donnie) Sorrow, Marcus (Joanne) Slagel, Courtney Slagel, Bella Slagel, Adam (Julie) Martens, Nikki (Ryan) Peterson, Garrett (MaryJay) Martens, Brook (Cara) Martens, Aftin Martens, and Ashley (Michael) Choate; and great grandchildren Parker, Seth, Cooper, Spencer, Cayden, Brynlee, Lauren, Hattie, Austyn, Jaxon, Lincoln, Gabe, Channing, Calista, Lennie, Trey, Cameron and Jasmine. Sheldon is also survived by his sister Janet (Paul) Fisher, his brother Steve (Yu Sook) Slagel, and many more family members that he loved dearly and held in his heart a special place for each of them.Our father always wanted to be a preacher from the time he was 3 years old. At a young age while living with his parents in South Dakota, he would get up on a Sunday morning, dress himself, and walk to a nearby Reformed church. Several years later after

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Donna Henderson - Carroll County News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Donna Lee Henderson was born in St. Louis, Mo. on Sept. 29, 1942 and passed away at the age of 74 on Friday, April 21, 2017 in Berryville, Ark. Donna graduated from Lindbergh High School in Missouri in 1960 and married David Leslie Henderson on May 5, 1962.After having three children, Donna, alongside her husband, got involved in youth sports and together they developed 10 baseball fields and five soccer fields known today as Fenton Athletics Association at Henderson Fields in Fenton, Mo.Today this legacy serves several counties in Missouri with over 850 teams and 10,000 players.In 1984 she, and her husband, opened Henderson’s Frozen Custard in House Springs, Mo., employing their children along with 18 local teens. In December, they turned the parking lot into a Christmas Tree Lot where her son David and son-in-law Dennis would help wrap and load trees, and on Christmas Eve they would give away trees to families in need.In 1986 they added a miniature golf course with a snow cone hut.In 1990 they sold the custard shop and replaced the golf course and built a strip mall with four store fronts.Once completed, Donna and her husband opened a Travel Agency where she worked alon

OBITUARY: Jerry Daniel Vineyard March 26, 1935-March 31, 2017 - Christian County Headliner News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Celebration of Life: 2 p.m. April 29 at First Baptist Church, Ozark. Graveside service: will be 1 p.m. April 28, at Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, with military honors. Subscription Required An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Choose an online service. Current print subscribers Need an account? Create one now. You must login to view the full content on this page. kAmy6CCJ s2?:6= ':?6J2C5[ ga[ @7 ~K2C< 5:65 @? 2C49 b`[ a_`f] w6 H2D 3@C? ?62C s:I@? @? 2C49 ae[ `hbd[ E96 @?=J 49:=5 @7 w6?CJ ':?6J2C5 2?5 u=@C6?46 Wv:6D=6CX ':?6J2C5]k^Am kAmy6CCJ :D DFCG:G65 3J 9:D H:76 @7 de J62CD[ w6=6? Wp?56CD@?X ':?6J2C5[ @7 E96 9@>6j 9:D 52F89E6C[ @?:42 #2?5@=A9[ @7 p=6I2?5C:2[ ':C8:?:2j 9:D 52F89E6C[ '2?6DD2 w2>>@?D 2?5 9FD32?5 y@9?[ @7

Update: Brandon 'Flash' Russell, who died after Rock the Parkway race, was an avid runner - Kansas City Star

Monday, May 01, 2017

Kansas City on Saturday was an avid runner with no apparent health problems.Brandon Lee “Flash” Russell, 34, of North Kansas City, was a graduate of St. Pius X High School and the University of Missouri.He was a senior contract analyst at Burns & McDonnell, which sponsored the race to benefit Science City at Union Station.“This tragic event is deeply upsetting to us all,” a company statement said. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Brandon’s family and friends.” Russell’s obituary said his “life ended way too soon doing one of the things he loved most, running.”Brad Ziegler of KC Running Company said a medical tent with a doctor and staff was established within 10 yards of the finish line of the race and that EMTs were stationed nearby as well, prepared to help anyone who appeared to have a medical issue. Witnesses said EMTs attended to Russell immediately and pushed onlookers back.Kristi Widmar, a spokeswoman for Burns & McDonnell, said an ambulance arrived quickly after Russell collapsed.Russell’s loved ones were awaiting autopsy results on the cause of death.A Facebook post announced a gathering to remember Russell from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at St. Pius, 1500 N.E. 42nd Terrace in Kansas City.“Brandon’s family and friends would like to get every

Earl “Butch” C. Shipman, 60 - Lakenewsonline.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

God had blessed him with a special talent thru his carpentry. SUBMITTED Earl "Butch" C. Shipman, son of Earl Celestal and Ruth Blankenship Shipman, was born, May 13, 1956 in Lebanon, Missouri. He departed this life, Wednesday, April 12 in Lake Regional Hospital at the age of sixty years, ten months and thirty days.On August 31, 1981 he was united in marriage to Cheryl Benson and to this union two children were born. Together they shared years thirty-five of marriage.He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Eddie Shipman; his sister, Bonnie Sue Kuhn and sister-in-law, Sharon Shipman.He is survived by his wife, Cheryl Shipman of the home; his daughter, Heather Dean of Eldon; his son, Heath Shipman of Columbia, Missouri; two grandchildren, James Strickland and Adenia Love; one great-granddaughter, Hadleigh Strickland; four siblings, Linda Starr and husband Danny of Camdenton; Ellen Bradley and husband Rick of Montreal; Fred Shipman and wife Peggy of Linn Creek; and Bill Shipman of Macks Creek;and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.Butch was raised in the Linn Creek area. He had spent many years building boat docks and later worked as a carpenter. God had blessed him with a special talent thru his carpentry.In his spare time, he enjoyed getti

Jim McKee: Robert Hawke among Nebraska City greats - Lincoln Journal Star

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Otoe County.Robert Hawke was born Jan. 25, 1826, near the village of Waynesburg, Stork County, Ohio. In 1842, he moved to Weston, Missouri, spending two seasons as a cabin boy on the steamship Jasper, which plied the Missouri River from St. Louis to Peru. Having spent less than a total of 60 days in school, Hawke apprenticed himself as a blacksmith, but after his contracted two years, rather than entering the trade, he instead bought a stock of dry goods in Hemmes, Holt County, Missouri in 1848.In 1854, the year Nebraska Territory formed, Hawke and Joseph Deroin platted the village of St. Deroin and, with the dry goods inventory, opened a store there to sell to local Otoe Indians.The following year Hawke partnered with Stephen Nuckolls to open a large mercantile store and overland freighting business in Nebraska City, which quickly became the state’s “largest freighters and outfitters.” Owning two businesses in Nebraska, Hawke moved from Holt County, Missouri, to Nebraska City in March 1859 and built a house on Fifth Street near Second Avenue.As the Nebraska City/Fort Kearny Cutoff route developed and absorbed much of the gold mining traffic to Colorado and Montana, Hawke & Nuckolls picked up freight traffic coming up the river on steamboats and crossing it on ferries. Within a short time, their business eclipsed even the huge Russell, Majors & Waddell.At the same time Hawke & Nuckolls opened an outfitting store in Mountain City, Colorado, which advertised their business of wholesaling and retailing “Provisions, Groceries, Foreig