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JIMMY DON BREWER SR.
JIMMY DON BREWER SR. OF CADET, MISSOURI WAS BORN MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1936 IN PALMER, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE LEWIS JACKSON BREWER AND LEONA FRANCES (MURPHY) BREWER. DON WAS FORTIFIED WITH THE SACRAMENTS OF THE HOLY MOTHER CHURCH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2003 AT THE AGE OF SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS, FOUR MONTHS AND SIXTEEN DAYS AT HIS HOME SURROUND BY HIS LOVING AND DEDICATED FAMILY.
DON WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO ROSE GWENDOLYN CELIZ SEPTEMBER 15, 1961 IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE THREE CHILDREN BORN TO THE UNION.
DON LEAVES TO SURVIVE HIM HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE OF FORTY-ONE YEARS PLUS, ROSE BREWER OF CADET, MISSOURI; ONE DAUGHTER LISA MARIE EVELAND AND HUSBAND BOBBY OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; ONE SON JIMMY DON BREWER, JR. AND WIFE KATHY OF DEFIANCE, MISSOURI; TWO GRANDCHILDREN, TIMMY JOE BREWER AND KENNEDY MARIE BREWER; ONE SISTER-IN-LAW HELEN BREWER, MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS DON WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON, TIMOTHY JOSEPH BREWER; SEVEN SISTERS, VELMA LEWIS, LULA BOYER, BESSIE HANGER, LENA STRANGE, RUBY GOODSON, HAZEL HARMON AND MARY BLAIR; TEN BROTHERS, VIRGIL LEWIS, ISAAC LEWIS, BILL BREWER, WALTER BREWER, RAYMOND BREWER, ALBERT BREWER, CARSON BREWER, MELVIN BREWER, DARRELL BREWER AND ALFRED BREWER.
DON SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE FROM MARCH 4, 1957 TO JULY 20, 1956. DON WAS A SURFACE TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST ATTACHED TO THE 49TH TRANSPORTATION SQUAD.
DON HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HIS FAMILY AND ENJOYED ALL THE VISITS AND TRIPS. HE WAS VERY PROUD OF HIS GRANDCHILDREN AND ALWAYS LOVED THE VISITS WITH THEM. DON ENJOYED HORSESHOES, SHOOTING POOL BOTH FOR FUN AND IN LEAGUES, HE WON THE 1994 CHAMPIONSHIP IN TOWER LAKES, FLORIDA. HE ENJOYED GOING FOUR WHEELING FOR HOURS AT A TIME. DON WAS ALWAYS READY TO GET THE MOTOR HOME MOVING TO TAKE A CAMPING TRIP AND EXPLORE THE GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE. DON RETIRED FROM NABISCO IN 1985 WITH 25 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE. HE NEVER WANTED TO BE STILL AND TAKE IT EASY, ALWAYS TINKERING FIXING UP CARS AND TRUCKS. HE WOULD WORK AROUND THE HOUSE MAKING SMALL REPAIRS AND TAKING GREAT PRIDE IN KEEPING EVERYTHING LOOKING NICE.
DON'S LOVE FOR LIFE AND CARE FOR PEOPLE DIRECTED HIM TO FURTHER THE EDUCATION OF FUTURE DOCTORS IN THIS AREA, HE MADE THE CHOICE OF ANATOMICAL DONATION TO THE ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
A MEMORIAL MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28, 2003 AT 12 NOON AT THE ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH FATHER GEORGE GALOVICH OFFICIATING. A MEMORIAL DINNER WILL BE HELD SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2003 FOLLOWING THE MASS AT THE ST. JAMES SCHOOL HALL.
ARRANGEMENTS WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

BERNARD LEWIS PRATT
BERNARD LEWIS PRATT OF PARK HILLS, MISSOURI FORMERLY OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI WAS BORN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1935 AT OLD MINES, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE TERESA (POLITTE) PRATT AND AMOS LOUIS PRATT. BERNARD DEPARTED THIS LIFE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2003 AT THE MINERAL AREA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI AT THE AGE OF SIXTY-EIGHT YEARS AND TWO DAYS.
BERNARD IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE PATSY (FLEIG) PRATT OF PARK HILLS, MISSOURI; ONE STEP DAUGHTER, BRIDGET CROSSLAND AND HUSBAND RICHARD OF HEMATITE, MISSOURI; ONE STEP SON JOEY SANSOUCIE AND WIFE TERESA OF CADET, MISSOURI; ONE STEP GRAND DAUGHTER, BRANDI CROSSLAND; ONE SISTER BEA STROUP OF ROGERSVILLE, ARKANSAS; THREE BROTHERS, CHARLIE PRATT OF EUGENE, OREGON, HARRY PRATT OF BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI AND THOMAS PRATT AND WIFE ANNA BELLE OF PARK HILLS, MISSOURI. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE BROTHER LEE PRATT.
BERNARD LOVE TO PLAY HIS FLAT TOP GUITAR WITH HIS FRIENDS, HE WAS ALWAYS READY TO HAVE A JAM SESSION AND LOOKED FORWARD TO PLAYING DURING CHURCH SERVICES. HE WAS A HANDYMAN TO WORK ON RADIOS AND TELEVISIONS. HE WAS ALWAYS READY TO GO TO THE FLEA MARKETS AND YARD SALES TO LOOK FOR THE FORGOTTEN TREASURE. BERNARD WOULD RELAX LISTENING TO HIS SCANNER AND TALKING TO HIS MANY FRIENDS ON HIS C.B. WHERE HE WAS KNOWN AS HILLBILLY.
VISITATION WAS HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2003 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2003 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, POTOSI, MISSOURI WITH REVEREND RICK WADE AND REVEREND GARY STABENOW OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PLAYED FOR THE FUNERAL SERVICE WERE MANSION ON THE HILL, AMAZING GRACE AND GO REST HIGH ON THAT MOUNTAIN. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE TOM PRATT, HARRY PRATT, JOEY SANSOUCIE AND RICHARD CROSSLAND. BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC Cemetery, OLD MINES, MISSOURI.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

NETTIE D. HEIFNER
NETTIE DAPHYNE HEIFNER OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI WAS BORN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1916 IN OLD MINES, MISSOURI. NETTIE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MARY ELISSIA (SCHUTTE) BOYER AND ISADORE FRANCIS "ZEDOR" BOYER. NETTIE WAS FORTIFIED WITH THE SACRAMENTS OF THE HOLY MOTHER CHURCH SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2003 AT THE POTOSI MANOR CARE CENTER AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY- SEVEN YEARS AND TWENTY-NINE DAYS.
NETTIE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO ELLIOTT BERNARD "TOOTS" PRICE WHO PRECEDED HER IN DEATH IN 1957 AND TO LATE DELBERT VERNON HEIFNER.
NETTIE IS SURVIVED BY A LARGE LOVING AND DEVOTED FAMILY, FOUR DAUGHTERS, ALICE PORTELL AND HUSBAND BOB OF CADET, MISSOURI, MARY LOU COLEMAN AND HUSBAND JIM OF CADET, MISSOURI, TERRY MAXWELL AND HUSBAND KENNY OF CADET, MISSOURI, BARBARA BOYER AND HUSBAND DANNY OF CADET, MISSOURI; ONE STEP DAUGHTER MARCELLA SHEPPARD AND HUSBAND JIM OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE SON BENNY M. PRICE AND WIFE GLORIA OF CADET, MISSOURI; TWO STEP SONS WILLIAM HEIFNER AND WIFE JANICE OF CADET, MISSOURI, JAMES C. HEIFNER OF MODESTO, CALIFORNIA; TWO SISTERS MYRTLE RUSSELL OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AND DOROTHY CHARBONEAU OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; THREE BROTHERS HAROLD BOYER OF CADET, MISSOURI, LEONARD BOYER AND WIFE GOLDIE OF CADET, MISSOURI AND ORVILLE BOYER OF UNION, MISSOURI; TWENTY-FIVE GRANDCHILDREN; THIRTY-ONE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; ONE GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILD; ONE DAUGHTER- IN-LAW BARBARA SUE PRICE OF ST. CLAIR, MISSOURI; SPECIAL SISTER- IN-LAW MYRNA BOYER OF CADET, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND DEAR FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBANDS, NETTIE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE DAUGHTER CAROL SUE PRICE; ONE SON JOHN D. PRICE; TWO SISTERS MARY HELEN SAUNDERS AND BLANCHE ANN HEIFNER; ONE BROTHER GLEN BOYER; THREE GRANDCHILDREN JO BETH PRICE, BRIAN SCOTT SHEPPARD AND DAVID PRICE; A SPECIAL NIECE VERONICA HANSON.
NETTIE WAS A LONG TIME PARISHIONER OF THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI.
NETTIE LOVED THE MANY GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE AND LOVED TO SEE THE RED BIRDS COME, AS THIS MEANT SOMETHING GOOD WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. SHE ENJOYED PLAYING YAHTZEE AND BINGO. NETTIE WAS VERY ACTIVE WITH HER HANDS AND ENJOYED CROCHETING AND ALL TYPES OF HAND WORK. NETTIE WAS ALWAYS WILLING AND READY TO COOK A MEAL FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. NETTIE WOULD ALWAYS GET UP WHEN THE MUSIC STARTED AND DANCE THE JIG OR SING AND OLD FAVORITE SONG. NETTIE ALWAYS HAD A JOKE READY TO GO FOR HER FAMILY AND GRANDCHILDREN WHICH STARTED THE FUN FOR THEM ALL.
NETTIE WAS A KIND AND LOVING WOMAN WITH OPEN ARMS AND THE WILLINGNESS TO LISTEN TO HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS, LIFE WAS VERY PRECIOUS TO HER AND SHE LOVED THE TIME SPENT HERE WITH ALL.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2003 FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2003 AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH MONSIGNOR JAMES HANSON AND FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PLAYED AT THE SERVICE WERE "TO WHERE YOU ARE", "I CAN ONLY IMAGINE" AND "LITTLE BROWN CHURCH IN THE WILDWOOD".
BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH Cemetery, OLD MINES, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE BOBBY PORTELL, JR., BRYAN MAXWELL, BERNARD PRICE, JOHN PRICE, KHRIS BOYER AND KURT WIDEMAN. HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE MARK PORTELL, MIKE PORTELL, NICK MAXWELL AND MICHAEL HEIFNER.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

DONALD WAYNE TURNTINE
DONNIE TURNTINE OF CADET, MISSOURI WAS BORN SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1948 IN RICHWOODS, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE WYNONA (SHIVERDECK) TURNTINE AND DAVID LONZO TURNTINE. DONNIE DEPARTED THIS LIFE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2003 AT THE BARNES- JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AT THE AGE OF FIFTY- FIVE YEARS, TWO MONTHS AND TWENTY-SEVEN DAYS.
DONNIE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO JANICE MILLER OCTOBER 29, 1966 AT ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE THREE CHILDREN BORN TO THE UNION.
DONNIE IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE OF THIRTY-SIX YEARS JANICE TURNTINE OF CADET, MISSOURI; ONE DAUGHTER, JODIE BLAIR AND HUSBAND SHANE OF BLACKWELL, MISSOURI; ONE SON, JASON TURNTINE AND WIFE TYLA OF CADET, MISSOURI; TWO GRANDDAUGHTERS, MADISON O'NEAL TURNTINE AND MACIE CLAIRE TURNTINE; THREE SISTER, MINNIE CHASTEEN AND HUSBAND WAYNE OF ARNOLD, MISSOURI, GENEVA HAYES AND HUSBAND TOMMY OF FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, CAROL SUE FENSTERMAKER AND HUSBAND GALE OF ARNOLD, MISSOURI; ONE BROTHER DALE TURNTINE AND WIFE MARY OF LEESBURG, MISSOURI; MOTHER-IN-LAW, LILLIAN MILLER OF CADET, MISSOURI AND BY MANY NIECES, NEPHEWS AND FRIENDS WHO HELD A VERY SPECIAL PLACE IN HIS HEART. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON BRANDON DAVID TURNTINE; ONE SISTER BEATRICE TURNBULL; TWO BROTHERS, CHARLES TURNTINE AND JOHNIE TURNTINE.
DONNIE LOVED MANY THINGS IN HIS LIFE, MOST OF ALL HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN. SOME OF HIS MOST CHERISHED MEMORIES WERE THE DAYS HE AND JAN SPENT IN THEIR BOAT FISHING, PICNICKING OR JUST SPENDING TIME TOGETHER. HE ALWAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO WHAT LUNCH JAN HAD PREPARED FOR THEM THAT DAY. NOT ONLY WAS HE ALWAYS READY TO TAKE ON THE ROLE OF BEING A WONDERFUL FATHER TO HIS KIDS, BUT ALSO THEIR LOVING AND TRUSTED FRIEND. MANY PEOPLE LOVED AND ADMIRED HIM. LISTENING TO HIS STORIES WERE A FAVORITE PAST TIME BY ALL. HE COULD AMUSE US ALL WITH THE SAME STORY FOR YEARS AND YEARS.
LATER IN HIS LIFE HIS GREATEST JOY WAS HIS TWO BEAUTIFUL GRANDDAUGHTERS. THE JOY THEIR HUGS, KISSES AND SMILES GAVE HIM FILLED MANY OF HIS DAYS. NO MATTER HOW HE FELT HE ALWAYS SPENT QUALITY TIME PLAYING GAMES, CARDS OR JUST PITCHING A FEW BALLS TO THEM. THEIR LOVE DEEPLY WARMED HIS HEART.
DONNIE SPENT MANY HOURS RUNNING BINGO FOR THE AMVETS IN DESOTO. HE GOT A GREAT JOY FROM NOT ONLY HELPING RAISE THE MONEY FOR THE ORGANIZATION, WHICH HE DID VERY WELL, BUT GETTING TO SOCIALIZE WITH ALL THE PEOPLE. HE ALWAYS HAD A WARM SMILE AND A "HOW ARE YOU HON" FOR EVERYONE PRESENT.
DONNIE WAS TRULY ONE OF THE "FEW GOOD MEN" PEOPLE OF ALL AGES LOVED, ADMIRED AND FELT THE WARMTH AND LOVE HE HAD FOR US ALL. HE WANTED US ALL TO LIVE WITH HIS WONDERFUL MEMORIES AND REMEMBER LIFE IS SHORT, LIVE WELL AND BE HAPPY.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2003 FROM 3:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2003 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2003 AT 11:30 A.M. AT THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI WITH FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY THE ST. JOACHIM CHURCH CHOIR.
BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH Cemetery, OLD MINES, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE SHANE BLAIR, TIM MILLER, KEITH MILLER, MIKE MILLER, JIM AYRES, MARLEY BIZZLE, JIM TURNTINE, GENE JOHNSON AND ERIC LAWSON.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

MARY ANITA KINCAID
ANITA KINCAID OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI WAS BORN SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1924 IN OLD MINES, MISSOURI A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MARY BRIDGETTE (BOURISAW) JULIETTE AND STEPHEN PAUL JULIETTE. ANITA WAS FORTIFIED WITH THE SACRAMENTS OF THE HOLY MOTHER CHURCH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2003 AT HER HOME SURROUNDED BY HER DEAR AND LOVING FAMILY AT THE AGE OF SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS, TEN MONTHS AND FOUR DAYS.
ANITA WAS UNITED IN HOLY MATRIMONY TO WALTER "PULLET" VINCENT KINCAID ON MAY 25, 1946 IN OLD MINES, MISSOURI AT THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE TEN CHILDREN BORN TO THE UNION. PULLET PRECEDED HIS WIFE IN DEATH ON JULY 11, 1993.
ANITA IS SURVIVED BY FOUR DEDICATED AND LOVING DAUGHTERS, BEVERLY DEGONIA OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; MARY GAMBLE AND HUSBAND ROGER "BUD" OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; YVONNE SHAW AND HUSBAND KEVIN OF DESOTO, MISSOURI; LORIE GILLAM AND HUSBAND TIM OF CADET, MISSOURI; THREE WONDERFUL SONS, GARY KINCAID AND WIFE LINDA OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI; RANDY KINCAID AND WIFE CAROLYN OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI; HOWARD KINCAID AND WIFE TERESA OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI; ONE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, JOAN KINCAID OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI; TWENTY-TWO GRANDCHILDREN; FOUR GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBAND, ANITA WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY THREE SONS, DONALD KINCAID, WAYNE KINCAID AND JOHN KINCAID; THREE SISTERS, LUCILLE BRANDHORST, NAZARINE JULIETTE AND MONICA WILLIAMS AND ONE BROTHER VINCENT JULIETTE.
ANITA WAS A FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI AND ALWAYS ENJOYED THE VISITS FROM FATHER TED, DEACON STEVE, THE RURAL PARISH WORKERS AND ALL THE OTHER MANY VISITORS FROM THE CHURCH PARISH. ANITA FAITHFULLY SAID HER ROSARY AND READ HER PRAYERS EACH DAY. SHE TAUGHT ALL OF HER CHILDREN THAT GOD IS IN CHARGE AND WE CAN OVERCOME ANYTHING WITH PRAYER.
ANITA ENJOYED CROCHETING AND SEWING FOR HER FAMILY. SHE LOVED TO SPEND TIME AND WATCH THE BIRDS OUTSIDE AS THEY FLEW AND SANG, SHE LOVED FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS ESPECIALLY HER LILIES IN THE SUMMER. ANITA ALWAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO HER SECRET PAL PARTIES AND THEIR OTHER ACTIVITIES. ANITA LOVED TO BE WITH HER FAMILY PLAYING CARD GAMES AND VISITING. SHE HELD DEAR EACH AND EVERY VISIT FROM HER GRANDCHILDREN, ALWAYS TAKING TIME TO SPOIL EACH OF THEM.
ANITA LOVED LIFE AND ENJOYED SHARING BOTH HER GOOD AND BAD MOMENTS WITH HER FAMILY. SHE NEVER FAILED TO GIVE EACH AND EVERYONE THAT STOPPED BY SOME LITTLE HOPE AND A SMILE.
VISITATION WAS HELD MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2003 FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 10:30 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
PRAYER SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2003 AT 7:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL BY THE RURAL PARISH WORKERS CHRIST THE KING.
A FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2003 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI WITH FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. MUSIC WAS PROVIDED BY THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH CHOIR. BURIAL WAS IN THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH CEMETERY. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE HOWARD KINCAID, RANDALL KINCAID, JOE DEGONIA, MATTHEW DEGONIA, ANDREW KINCAID, JORDAN KINCAID, DANNY KINCAID AND JEFF MURPHY. HONORARY PALLBEARERS AARON GAMBLE AND SGT. AUSTIN GAMBLE.
A MEMORIAL RECEPTION AND DINNER WAS PROVIDED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, OLD MINES, MISSOURI FOLLOWING THE GRAVE SIDE SERVICES.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

JESSE HADLEY GREEN
JESSE HADLEY GREEN OF IRONDALE, MISSOURI, WAS BORN SEPTEMBER 23, 1908, IN MARQUAND, MISSOURI, A SON OF THE LATE ALFRED S. AND ELLEN (FRANCIS) GREEN. JESSE DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT NHC, DESLOGE HEALTH CARE ON APRIL 28, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF NINETY YEARS, SEVEN MONTHS AND FIVE DAYS.
JESSE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO LOLA COBB ON JULY 5, 1942 IN MARBLE HILL, MISSOURI.
JESSE IS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, LOLA (COBB) GREEN OF DESLOGE, ONE SISTER, MINNIE VINCENT OF CALIFORNIA AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO STEP-SONS, THOMAS AND JIMMY HARRISON AND THREE BROTHER, TONY DEVITT GREEN, WILLIAM F. GREEN AND JAMES ALFRED GREEN.
JESSE ENJOYED WORKING IN THE YARD WITH HIS SHRUBS AND JUST BEING IN THE OUTDOORS. HE LOVED TO TAKE TIME TO TRAVEL AND CAMP. JESSE ALWAYS HAD A GREAT CONCERN FOR OTHERS AND WOULD ALWAYS LEND AN EAR TO LISTEN TO THEM. JESSE ENJOYED WOODWORKING AND MAKING BIRD HOUSES AND GIVING THEM TO HIS MANY FRIENDS. IN HIS RELAXING HOURS HE WOULD PLAY CARDS, READ OR WORK ON A CROSSWORD PUZZLE.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1999, FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1999, AT 11:00 A.M. WITH REVEREND PHYLLIS ANDERSON OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN BAKERS CEMETERY IN LUTESVILLE, MISSOURI, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, RON KENNON, FREEMAN GREEN, JR., DAVID NOLL, JIM GREEN, GARY GREEN AND BILL GREEN.

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