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Date: Monday, 14 January 2008, at 3:00 a.m.

GEORGE EDWIN RICHESON
GEORGE RICHESON OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WAS BORN FEBRUARY 22, 1917, IN POTOSI, MISSOURI, A SON OF THE LATE CHARLES JUDSON AND FANNY MYRTLE (MOORE) RICHESON. GEORGE DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT POTOSI MANOR ON MARCH 12, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF EIGHTY-TWO YEARS AND EIGHTEEN DAYS.
GEORGE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO MARY BELLE GIBSON ON JANUARY 14, 1942, IN SULLIVAN, MISSOURI, AND TO THIS UNION FOUR CHILDREN WERE BORN.
GEORGE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, MARY BELLE RICHESON OF POTOSI, ONE SON, ROBERT RICHESON AND WIFE ARLINE OF POTOSI, THREE DAUGHTERS, RUTH GIBSON AND HUSBAND WAYNE OF BELGRADE, LAVERNE RATLIFF AND HUSBAND DOW OF GREENLAND, ARKANSAS, FAYE EYE AND HUSBAND PAUL OF ARNOLD, ELEVEN GRANDCHILDREN, EIGHT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, TWO BROTHERS, BILL RICHESON AND WIFE MELADEAN OF IMPERIAL, OWEN "RICHIE" RICHESON AND WIFE BETTY OF POTOSI, ONE SISTER, ANN PRICE AND HUSBAND CLAUDE OF FARMINGTON. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO SISTERS, CHLOE HENRY, MYRTLE "BEE" WELLMEYER, THREE BROTHERS, PAUL, JOHN AND OTTO RICHESON AND ONE GREAT GRANDSON, JEFFREY PARKS.
GEORGE WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE BRETON CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH.
GEORGE WAS A WELL KNOWN PAINTER IN THE LOCAL AREA. HE ENJOYED THE MANY GIFTS OF NATURE AND LOVED TO SPEND TIME FISHING, HUNTING AND GARDENING. GEORGE ENJOYED SITTING AND REMINISCING THE OLD DAYS.
GEORGE HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HIS FAMILY ESPECIALLY HIS GRANDCHILDREN, EACH OF THEM HELD A VERY DEAR PLACE IN HIS HEART.
VISITATION WAS HELD SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1999, FROM 3:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1999, AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE GUM & SON CHAPEL WITH REVEREND DALE BLOUNT OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN REDBUD MEMORIAL GARDENS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, BRAD GIBSON, RICH RATLIFF, DANNY RATLIFF, BILL RICHESON, OWEN RICHESON, JOE RICHESON, MELVIN COLTER AND NATHAN EYE.

DONALD JAMES TIEFENAUER
DONALD TIEFENAUER OF CALEDONIA, MISSOURI, WAS BORN JANUARY, 27, 1940, IN CALEDONIA, MISSOURI, A SON OF WILLIAM AND FRANCES (HOCKINGHOMER) TIEFENAUER. DONALD DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT PARKLAND MEDICAL CENTER ON MARCH 17, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF FIFTY-NINE YEARS, ONE MONTH AND TWENTY-ONE DAYS.
DONALD WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO ELLEN L PHILLINGANE ON JANUARY 6, 1968, IN FORT WALTON BEACH, FLORIDA.
DONALD IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, ELLEN TIEFENAUER OF CALEDONIA, HIS PARENTS, WILLIAM AND FRANCES TIEFENAUER OF CALEDONIA, ONE SON DAVID TIEFENAUER AND WIFE NAN OF ERATH, LOUISIANNA, THREE DAUGHTERS, ANNETTE CLARK OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AMY BONE OF CALEDONIA, DONNA ISGRIG AND HUSBAND DAVID OF CALEDONIA, A SON-IN-LAW, GLEN CLARK OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN, FOUR BROTHERS, CALBERT TIEFENAUER AND WIFE CAROLYN OF CALEDONIA, JOE TIEFENAUER AND WIFE DENISE OF CALEDONIA, FRED TIEFENAUER AND WIFE ALMA OF CALEDONIA, JOHN TIEFENAUER AND WIFE JEAN OF GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. DONALD WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE INFANT SISTER, MARY JANE TIEFENAUER.
DON GAVE HIS HEART TO CHRIST WHEN HE WAS A LITTLE BOY OF ABOUT ELEVEN YEARS AND HAS BEEN AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE BELLEVUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EVER SINCE. HE WAS A GRADUATE OF THE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL AND SHORTLY AFTER GRADUATION JOINED THE UNITED STATES ARMY WHERE HE SPENT THREE YEARS ACTIVE DUTY AND THEN CONTINUED FOUR YEARS IN THE ARMY RESERVE. DON HAD BEEN EMPLOYED WITH COMICO AMERICAN, HE WORKED HIS WAY UP THROUGH THE RANKS OF THE COMPANY TO A MANAGEMENT POSITION AND ACCEPTED A POSITION AT THE RED DOG MINES IN ALASKA, AT THE TIME OF HIS ILLNESS HE WAS ONE YEAR SHORT OF RETIREMENT WHEN HE WAS CAUSED TO DISCONTINUE HIS LOVE FOR MINING. DON ENJOYED THE ACCOMPLISHMENT IN HIS LIFE ESPECIALLY HAD GREAT PRIDE IN HIS ENDEAVORS IN ASSISTING THE MINING INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN ALASKA. DON LOVED THE GREAT OUTDOORS AND THE MANY GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE AND GREATLY ENJOYED THE TIME SPENT FISHING AND HUNTING.
DON HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS EACH OF THEM HELD A VERY DEAR AND SPECIAL PLACE IN HIS HEART.
VISITATION WAS HELD FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1999, FROM 4:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1999, AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE BELLEVUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WITH REVEREND JAMES MALUGEN OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN BELLEVUE PRESBYTERIAN Cemetery, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, DAVID TIEFENAUER, CALBERT TIEFENAUER, JOE TIEFENAUER, LEORIN LESH, FRED TIEFENAUER AND JOHN TIEFENAUER.

MICHELLE ANNETTE PIERCE
MICHELLE ANNETTE "CHELLE" PIERCE OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1965 IN NAPLES, ITALY. CHELLE DEPARTED THIS LIFE SUDDENLY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2001 AT FORT HOOD, COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS AT THE AGE OF THIRTY- SIX YEARS, TWO MONTHS AND TWENTY-SIX DAYS.
CHELLE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO RICHARD LEE PIERCE ON MARCH 24, 1997 AT ST. ROBERT, MISSOURI.
CHELLE WAS IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY STATIONED IN FORT HOOD, TEXAS.
CHELLE IS SURVIVED BY HER LOVING HUSBAND RICHARD PIERCE OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, MOTHER JANICE HISSONG AND STEP- FATHER JAMES OF OHIO; FATHER GEORGE CLARKE OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA; TWO SONS, LEVI AND ANTONY PIERCE; TWO DAUGHTERS, MEGAN KECK AND SARAH PIERCE.
CHELLE HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR BOATING, CANOEING AND CAMPING. SHE ALSO ENJOYED FISHING AND SPENDING TIME GOING TO FLEA MARKETS. CHELLE HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND ENJOYED THE SPECIAL TIME SPENT WITH HER SOUL MATE AND HUSBAND.
VISITATION WAS HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2001 FROM 5:00 PM TO 9:00 PM AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2001 AT 2 PM AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH REVEREND PAUL WEISENBORN OFFICIATING. FULL MILITARY RITES WERE GIVEN BY THE UNITED STATES ARMY. BURIAL WAS IN THE SUNSET HILL Cemetery, POTOSI, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALL BEARERS WERE THE UNITED STATES ARMY FROM FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI. SERVICES WERE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

MARY (BANNING) MORATY
MARY CATHERINE (BANNING) MORATY OF IMPERIAL, MISSOURI FORMERLY OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1906 IN POTOSI, MISSOURI A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE JULIA ELIZABETH (DuCLOUS) AND WALTER J. SIMMONS. MARY DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT HER DAUGHTERS HOME AT THE AGE OF NINETY-FIVE YEARS, THREE MONTHS AND TWENTY-SEVEN DAYS.
MARY WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER TWO HUSBANDS, ROY W. BANNING WHO UNITED IN MARRIAGE ON SEPTEMBER 1, 1926 AND DIED JANUARY 4, 1979 AND TO THE LATE HARRY MORATY WHO UNITED IN MARRIAGE ON SEPTEMBER 27, 1979 AND DEPARTED THIS LIFE JUNE 1990.
MARY IS SURVIVED BY HER LOVING AND DEVOTED CHILDREN, DAUGHTER, NANCY STRAMBURG AND HUSBAND EUGENE OF IMPERIAL, MISSOURI; ONE SON WALTER DON BANNING AND WIFE NORMA OF STEELVILLE, MISSOURI; ONE BROTHER, EDDIE SIMMONS AND WIFE JUANITA OF SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA; SIX GRANDCHILDREN, THIRTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, ELEVEN GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBANDS, MARY WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON ROBERT BANNING, ONE DAUGHTER MARY STRANGE, ONE GRANDDAUGHTER AND ONE GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER.
MARY ENJOYED TRAVELING AROUND AND LOOKING AND VISITING. SHE LOVED TO SPEND TIME SEWING AND ALTERING CLOTHING FOR THE MANY PEOPLE OF THE AREA. MARY ENJOYED SPENDING TIME READING THE BIBLE. SHE ALWAYS TOOK TIME TO ENJOY THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS PLAYING BASEBALL. SHE HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HER FAMILY AND EXTENDED FAMILY AND EACH OF THEM HELD A VERY DEAR PLACE IN HER HEART.
VISITATION FOR MARY WAS HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2001 FROM 10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2001 AT 2:00 PM AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH PASTOR ALVIE ENLOE OFFICIATING. HONORING THE FAMILY AND IN THE MEMORY OF MARY, ROBBIE STRANGE, DAN BANNING, ALLEN ISGRIG, CHRIS STRAMBURG, MIKE MARTIN AND CHRIS ISGRIG SERVED AS PALL BEARERS. BURIAL WAS IN THE PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

CHESTER E. PRATT
CHESTER E. PRATT OF RICHWOODS, MISSOURI WAS BORN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914 IN OLD MINES, MISSOURI, A SON OF THE LATE MARGARET (FLYNN) AND DAVID PRATT. CHESTER DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2001 AT THE POTOSI MANOR AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS.
ON NOVEMBER 3, 1945 IN RICHWOODS, MISSOURI AT THE ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH, CHESTER UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO HELEN A. CORDIA. THEY HAVE SPENT FIFTY-FIVE YEARS PLUS AT THE SIDE AND AID OF EACH OTHER. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE SIX CHILDREN BORN TO THE UNION.
CHESTER LEAVES TO SURVIVE HIM HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE HELEN PRATT OF RICHWOODS, MISSOURI; THREE DAUGHTERS, REBECCA ANN MITCHELL AND HUSBAND AUSTIN OF SALEM, MISSOURI, JANET H. TOBEN AND HUSBAND CHARLIE OF WASHINGTON, MISSOURI, MARY KATHLEEN "KATHY" PRATT OF WASHINGTON, MISSOURI; TWO SONS, LARRY PRATT AND WIFE LOLITA OF UNION, MISSOURI, CHESTER E. "ED" PRATT JR. AND WIFE BARBARA OF SALEM, MISSOURI; NINE GRANDCHILDREN, DENNY PRATT, HOLLY PRATT, MIKE PRATT, ADAM AND WIFE AMANDA MITCHELL, LYLE MITCHELL, KIMBERLY PRATT, TIFFANY PRATT, AARON TOBEN AND ELLEN TOBEN; THREE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, HALEY PRATT, JAYSON PRATT AND BRIANNA PRATT; FOUR SISTERS, MARIE SCHEIDERHAN OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, CATHERINE DAUGHERTY AND HUSBAND GLENNON OF BLACKWELL, MISSOURI, IRENE HILDEBRANT OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, DORA CHARBONEAU AND HUSBAND PAUL OF DESOTO, MISSOURI AND BY A HOST OF OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, CHESTER WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE DAUGHTER, MARGARET LOUISE PRATT ON SEPTEMBER 13, 1946, TWO BROTHERS, RAYMOND AND ROY PRATT, ONE SISTER, STELLA HINKENBEIN.
CHESTER WAS A MAN OF DEEP FAITH AND STRONG VALUES, HE WAS A DEDICATED AND LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH IN RICHWOODS. CHESTER HAD SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN WORLD WAR II WITH THE UNITED STATES ARMY, RANK OF CORPORAL. HE SERVED FROM JUNE 1942 TO SEPTEMBER 1945. CHESTER WAS A NINETEEN YEAR MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 265, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
CHESTER ENJOYED THE MANY GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE, HE ENJOYED SQUIRREL HUNTING AND NIGHT HUNTING. HE ALWAYS FOUND TIME TO DO SOME GIGGING WITH HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. CHESTED LOVED TO SPEND TIME IN THE OUT DOORS CAMPING. HE SHARED HIS LOVE FOR THE OUT OF DOORS BY BEING A BOY SCOUT LEADER FOR MANY YEARS. CHESTER WAS A STRONG COMMUNITY MAN AND SHARED HIS TIME ON THE TURKEY BRANCH AND RICHWOODS SCHOOL BOARD.
CHESTER HAD A LARGE HEART OF LOVE AND SHARED IT WITH HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. HE AND HELEN TOOK GREAT PRIDE IN THEIR FAMILY AND ALWAYS MADE TIME FOR FAMILY TRIPS TO THE BALL GAME OR SPECIAL PLACES THEY COULD ALL GO TO.
CHESTER WAS ALWAYS READY TO GO VISIT WITH HIS MANY FRIENDS, TO SHARE A STORY, LEND A HAND OR JUST BE THERE FOR THEM. A KIND AND LOVING MAN, WITH A WARM HEART AND LOVING SMILE.
VISITATION FOR CHESTER WAS HELD SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2001 AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME. PRAYER SERVICES WERE HELD SUNDAY AT 7:30 PM WITH THE FATHER ROBERT LISS CELEBRATING. VISITATION MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2001 AT 10:00 AM TO 11:00 AM MONDAY AT THE ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH IN RICHWOODS, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2001 AT 11:00 AM AT THE ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH FATHER ROBERT LISS CELEBRATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY THE CHURCH CHOIR. BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH Cemetery, RICHWOODS, MISSOURI. HONORING CHESTER AS PALL BEARERS WERE TOM HAYNES, JOE CORDIA, DENNY PRATT, MIKE PRATT, HOLLY PRATT AND ADAM MITCHELL. HONORARY PALL BEARERS WERE JOHN BEQUETTE, BILL HAYNES, KIMBERLY PRATT, TIFFANY PRATT, ELLEN TOBEN, LYLE MITCHELL AND AARON TOBEN. SERVERS FOR THE MASS WERE LYLE MITCHELL AND AARON TOBEN. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS WERE KATHY PRATT AND JACKIE JULIETTE AND LECTORS WERE DENNY PRATT AND ADAM MITCHELL. SERVICES WERE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

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