Nona M. Linneman
Mrs. Nona Mae Linneman of Columbia, Ill., died Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2000, at St. Anthony's Hospital Center in St. Louis. She was 71.
She was born in Centralia to Edgar R. and Lucille Eaton Davenport Sr. She graduated from Centralia High School in 1947.
Mrs. Linneman was a licensed practical nurse at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Belleville, Ill. She retired six years ago.
Visitation will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Meador & Son Chapel at Rollins and Sneed streets in Centralia. Services will follow at 11 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Ed Varnum of the First Christian Church. Mrs. Linneman will be buried at the City of Centralia Cemetery.
She is survived by one son, Paul Kevin Linneman of Belleville, Ill.; one daughter, Kim Snow of Cincinnati; one brother, Edgar Davenport Jr. of Centralia; one sister, Marian Vance of Centralia; and two grandchildren.
Lucille Ott of Hallsville died Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2000, at the Hallsville Medical Clinic. She was 82.
Mrs. Ott was a dedicated mother and enjoyed spending time with her entire family.
"She loved the family and getting together," said Mrs. Ott's daughter Glenda E. Moore of Bowling Green. "She had several brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. She was always happiest when all of the family was together."
Mrs. Ott was born Oct. 9, 1918, in Boone County to Charles O. Cook and Gertie Forbis Cook. She married Roy Ott on July 31, 1938.
Moore said her mother did not have the word "can't" in her vocabulary.
"There was nothing that wasn't possible," Moore said. "She would always figure a way around any obstacle. 'Can't' was not something she wanted to hear."
Mrs. Ott was a homemaker, according to her son, Ronald Ott of Bowling Green.
"Mom could do anything," Ronald Ottsaid. "She excelled at cooking, she sewed and crocheted. She could attempt anything. Her goal was to always be there for her family."
Mrs. Ott was a member of the Red Rock Methodist Church for over 60 years and a member of the Sunshine Class. Moore said her mother's faith was central in her life.
"She was a good Christian woman with a deep faith in God," Moore said. "She brought us up in the faith and taught us all was possible with God."
Mrs. Ott worked in the Hallsville school cafeteria.
Mrs. Ott is survived by her son and daughter; three brothers, Russell Cook and Clinton Cook, both of Hallsville, and Leo Cook of Columbia; three sisters, Shirley Durk of Hallsville, Betty Harpert of Columbia, and Donna Coen of Fulton; and four grandchildren.
Her husband, two sisters and three brothers died earlier.
Visitation for Mrs. Ott will be from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Red Rock Methodist Church, 4760 Squire County Road, in Harrisburg. Services, conducted by the Rev. Thomas Adams, will be at 11 a.m. at Red Rock Methodist Church. Mrs. Ott will be buried at Red Rock Cemetery.
Memorials may be sent to the Red Rock Cemetery Fund at 4760 Squire Court Road, West Harrisburg, Mo. 65256, or the Hallsville Methodist Building Fund c/o Russell Cook at 134 Hwy 00, E. Hallsville, Mo. 65255.
Delmar I. Presley
Delmar Isaac Presley of Washington, Mo. died Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2000, at St. John's Mercy Hospital in Washington. He was 84.
"He was a fun-loving guy," said James Presley, his son. "Always quick-witted and always had a joke or two."
Mr. Presley was born Jan. 7, 1916, to Willis Richard and Rose Emmet Roberts Presley.
He was a 1934 graduate of Winfield High School and married Ada Lucille Tayon on Sept. 5, 1938.
Mr. Presley's hobbies included following the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team and boating.
"When he was younger, all he did was play baseball," James said. "He and a group of boys would row across the Mississippi River, and then walk a couple miles just to play baseball."
Mr. Presley loved the Mississippi River. He was born and raised along the river. He lived on the river in a houseboat for a while.
Mr. Presley served in the Navy from 1944 to 1946. He worked in construction as a pipe fitter before retiring in 1979. He was a member of Pipe Fitter's Local 562 in St. Louis, the American Legion Post 410 in Foley and the Winfield Baptist Church in Winfield.
A brother, a daughter and his wife died earlier.
Visitation will be held at 5 p.m. today at Carter-Ricks Funeral Home in Winfield. Services, conducted by the Rev. Ky Bishop, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Carter-Ricks Funeral Home near Winfield. Burial will be at the Wilson Cemetery in Batchtown, Ill.
Mr. Presley is survived by three sons, Terry Lee Presley of Elsberry, Gary Dean Presley of Washington and James Richard Presley of Columbia; one sister, Inis Iola Frohling of Mountain Home, Ark.; 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be sent to WINCO or to Winfield Baptist Church, c/o Carter-Ricks Funeral Home, 3838 E. Highway 47, P.O. Box 253, Winfield, Mo. 63389.
Donald R. Williams
Donald Reed Williams of Columbia died Monday, Nov. 27, 2000, in Columbia. He was 77.
Mr. Williams was born on July 5, 1923, in Grand Junction, Iowa, to King and Gretchen Williams. He married Maurietta Purvis on May 22, 1949, in Perry, Iowa.
Mr. Williams could often be seen in pawnshops or garage sales, looking for discarded or damaged musical instruments, which he could restore and offer to area children to begin their love of music.
"Music was a great part of his life," Maurietta Williams said. "He was very active in his musical endeavors. It was a joy for him to help students with their music. He was just a man of great integrity and a kind, gentle soul."
Although the couple did not have children, they were devoted to helping area kids in need. It was a great passion of Mr. Williams to introduce music into the lives of children.
"He even once cut the pearl buttons off his wife's blouse and filed the fasteners off to replace the pearl knobs on a saxophone. He gave that saxophone to a child," said Terry Overfelt, a family friend.
For Mr. Williams, family and music were the top priorities in life, and he is remembered for his devotion to both.
"I gave my sister away when they were married. It was a fun deal," Kenneth Purvis said. "They didn't have any children, so they were real attentive to all of their nieces and nephews. They always tried to attend weddings and things of that nature and were very family oriented. His love was playing the trombone, and that was his primary hobby."
Mr. Williams served as a lieutenant in the Air Force as a navigator. He was a printer by trade and began his career on the Perry Daily Chief in Perry, Iowa. Later he worked for the Coeur d'Alene Press in Idaho and the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash. In 1989, Mr. Williams came to Columbia.
He directed the Coeur d'Alene Elks Dance Band. He was also a member of the Kapital Kicks, a Jefferson City dance band.
Mr. Williams is survived by his wife; his sister, Mary Honomichi of Sun City West, Ariz.; and 42 nieces and nephews.
His brother, Dean Williams, died earlier.
Services will be held Saturday at Parker Funeral Home with visitation at 1 p.m. and memorial services at 2 p.m. There will be a private burial.
Memorials may be made to a special children's music fund. Contributions may be sent to Rock Bridge High School, c/o Dan Snurr; Rock Bridge High School, 4303 S. Providence Road, Columbia, Mo., 65203.
Charles L. Emmons
Humor was melody of professor's life.
Charles L. Emmons of Columbia died Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2000, at Lenoir Health Care Center. He was 83.
Mr. Emmons was born May 19, 1917, in Lipscomb County, Texas. He married Leah Van Kirk, who died earlier.
Mr. Emmons was professor emeritus of music at MU. He taught instrumental music in high schools in Oklahoma and Texas before coming to MU in 1957. During his 25 years at MU, Mr. Emmons served as director of bands, conductor of the University Philharmonic Orchestra and chairman of the music department.
Under his leadership, the band and orchestra were invited to appear at many national and regional music association meetings. Marching Mizzou received national recognition by performing on television and at bowl games. Mr. Emmons also served as guest conductor and adjudicator at music contests in several states.
"He was very well-liked throughout the southwestern part of the country," said James Middleton, professor emeritus of music at MU.
Mr. Emmons was a member of the Hall of Fame of the Missouri Band Directors Association and the Missouri Music Educators Association.
He received the Outstanding Achievement Award from Phi Beta Mu, the international band directors fraternity. He also received the Outstanding International Bandsman Award from Phi Beta Mu for 1996.
Mr. Emmons served as president of the Missouri Chapter of Phi Beta Mu and two terms as national vice president. He also served as vice president of the College Division of the Missouri Association of Music Educators and chairman of the Southwestern Division of the College Band Directors National Association.
Mr. Emmons served in World War II in the South Pacific and Japan as a supply sergeant. He also played in dance bands for Bob Hope and other entertainers.
"He certainly enjoyed the good things in life," said Harry Morrison, professor emeritus of music at MU. For Mr. Emmons, the "good things" included relaxing with friends and a cup of coffee and a good practical joke.
"He always had a wide circle of friends," said his daughter, Charla Kleopfer. "His coffee groups consisted of people from all walks of life. He was a laid-back, happy-go-lucky and affectionate man with a great sense of humor, always playing jokes on his friends."
A memorial service will be held for Mr. Emmons at 1 p.m. today at Fairview United Methodist Church, 3200 Chapel Hill Rd. A private service was held Wednesday, Nov. 22, at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Emmons is survived by a daughter, Charla Kleopfer of Columbia; a sister, Juanita Murray of Hereford, Texas; two granddaughters; and several nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be sent to Charles L. Emmons Music Scholarship in care of Charla Kleopfer, 2508 Lenox Place, Columbia, Mo. 65203. -- Sarah Rozeboom
Nettie Mae Hisle
Nettie Mae Hisle of Columbia died Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2000, in Columbia from a gunshot wound. She was 19.
A graduating senior at Hickman High School, Ms. Hisle was an active member of the school's Swing Dance Club. She worked as an office assistant at Hickman. Her other interests included poetry, sports, multimedia, hand crafts and sewing.
Ms. Hisle was born June 30, 1981, in Wenatchee, Wash., to Charles R. Hisle Sr. and Ruby I. Everett Hisle.
Visitation for Ms. Hisle will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W. Services, conducted by the Rev. Neil Lassiter, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Missouri United Methodist Church, 204 S. Ninth St. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Ms. Hisle is survived by her mother, Ruby I. Hisle of Red Bluff, Calif.; three brothers, Charles R. "Morgan" Hisle Jr. of Edina, John Hisle of Burns, Ore., and Charles W. "Charlie" Hisle of Hurdland; and one sister, Linda L. Hisle of Redding, Calif.
Her father died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Rainbow House Regional Child Advocacy Center, 2305 Oakland Gravel Road, Columbia, Mo. 65202 or Front Door, 800 N. Providence Road, Suite 104, Columbia, Mo. 65202.
Bertha Hartman of Sturgeon died Monday, Nov. 27, 2000, at Boone Hospital Center. She was 80.
Ms. Hartman was born Aug. 3, 1920, in Boone County to John and Marie Buckler Hartman.
She had been a resident at the Sturgeon Rest Home for the past 21 years. She was well-liked by the staff and other residents, said Roger Martin, the rest home's owner.
Ms. Hartman was also a member of the Sturgeon United Methodist Church. In 1996, the United Methodist Women of that church named her Citizen of the Year at their annual senior citizen event.
Memorial services for Ms. Hartman will be held at a date to be announced at the Sturgeon Rest Home, 315 E. Stone, Sturgeon. Arrangements will be made under direction of the Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road, Columbia.
There will also be a service at the New Salem Cemetery near Ashland. Ms. Hartman's body will be cremated.
She has no survivors.
Evelyn Grey Owen
Evelyn Grey Owen of Columbia died Monday, Nov. 27, 2000, at her home. She was 75.
Mrs. Owen worked in clothing retail positions all her life. She continued her vocation when she moved to Columbia at the age of 73 to live near her daughter, taking a position as a sales clerk at Buffy's children's store in Columbia.
She was also involved in the foster grandparent program at Russell Elementary School, where her granddaughter Rebecca Stock now teaches. Mrs. Owen worked with two kindergarten classes for 20 hours each week.
Mrs. Owen was born July 9, 1925, in Bluefield, W.Va., to Charles W. and Clara G. Coleman Houchins. She married Jack R. Owen on July 6, 1945. Mrs. Owen moved to Columbia from Bradenton, Fla., on July 4, 1998.
Visitation for Mrs. Owen will be from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday at Parker Funeral Service in Columbia, 22 N. Tenth St. The Rev. Jay Ketchie will conduct services immediately following visitation at the funeral home. There will be a private interment Friday. Mrs. Owen is survived by one son, Jack R. Owen Jr. of Montana; one daughter, Barbara Stock of Columbia; and five grandchildren.
Her husband died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Special Olympics Area 15 in care of the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department, 701 E. Broadway.
Jennifer D. Strawn
Jennifer Dawn Strawn of Harrisburg died Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2000, at University of Nebraska Health System in Omaha, Neb., from colon cancer. She was 20.
Ms. Strawn was born Marh 4, 1980, in Columbia to Edward and Darlene Conrad Strawn.
She was a 1998 graduate of Harrisburg High School and studied elementary education at Moberly Area Community College.
Ms. Strawn was an active member of many organizations during her school years, including band, pep club, speech, quiz bowl, softball, choir, yearbook, Letterman's Club and theater. She was a library aide and a member of the Harrisburg Baptist Church and Harrisburg Baptist Youth Group.
Visitation for Ms. Strawn was held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road, Columbia. Services were at 11 a.m. Monday at Harrisburg Baptist Church, with the Rev. Mike Kelleher officiating. Burial followed at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Ms. Strawn is survived by her mother, Darlene Strawn of Harrisburg; one brother, Edward Strawn Jr. of Harrisburg; her grandmother, Thelma Conrad of Centralia; grandparents, Richard R. and Margaret E. Strawn of Columbia; and fiance, Adam Hatton of Columbia.
Her father, died Friday, three days after her death. Her grandfather, A.Y. Conrad, died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Coyote Hill Children's Home, 9501 Coyote Hills Road, Harrisburg, Mo. 65256, or Serving To Learn, c/o Jill Williamson, Harrisburg School, 221 S. Harris, Harrisburg, Mo. 65256.
Edward E. Strawn
Edward E. Strawn of Harrisburg died Friday, Nov. 24, 2000, at University of Nebraska Health System in Omaha, Neb., while waiting for a kidney transplant and a second liver transplant. He was 53.
Mr. Strawn was born Dec. 30, 1946, in Columbia to Richard R. and Margaret Jones Strawn. He married Darlene Conrad on Nov. 9, 1972, in Fayette.
Mr. Strawn served in the U.S. Marines from 1966 to 1970 and served in Vietnam as a medivac helicopter machine gunner. He was employed by the City of Columbia as a power plant operator until his retirement in 1991, when he received his liver transplant. Mr. Strawn was an active member of the Harrisburg Baptist Church.
Visitation for Mr. Strawn was held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road, Columbia. Services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at Harrisburg Baptist Church, with the Rev. Gary Humphrey officiating.
Mr. Strawn is survived by his wife; his parents; a son, Edward E. Strawn Jr. of Harrisburg; and a sister, Linda Eckerle of Columbia.
His daughter, Jennifer Strawn, died three days earlier.
Memorials may be made to Coyote Children's Home, 9501 Coyote Hills Road, Harrisburg, Mo. 65256 and Serving To Learn, c/o Jill Williamson, Harrisburg School, 221 S. Harris, Harrisburg, Mo. 65256.
William Robert Sheridan of Columbia died Saturday, Nov. 25, 2000, at Boone Hospital Center of natural causes. He was 57.
Mr. Sheridan was born on April 9, 1943, in Mexico, Mo., to Albert C. and Anna Elizabeth Janes Sheridan. He worked for Wilke Funeral Home in Perry for 10 years before serving in the U.S. Army. He then owned and operated Sheridan's Funeral Home in Perry and Chapel of the Lake Funeral Home in Center from 1980 to 1989. After moving to Columbia, Mr. Sheridan worked at Parker Funeral Service until 1995.
Visitation and services for Mr. Sheridan will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2000, at Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road.
Mr. Sheridan is survived by his mother, Elizabeth Sheridan of Vandalia; two daughters, Heather Sheridan of Columbia and Christina Sheridan-Schneider of Vandalia; one brother, Jimmie Ray Sheridan of Vandalia; one sister, Oneta Sheridan-Brown of Mexico, Mo.; two grandsons and several nieces and nephews. One brother, J.W. Sheridan, died earlier.
Memorial contributions may be made to the family in care of Midwest Cremation Service, 5609 St. Charles Road, Columbia, Mo. 65202.
Orelius Brown Craig
Orelius Brown Craig of Hartsburg died Friday, Nov. 24, 2000, at Ashland Healthcare. He was 92. Mr. Craig, who had been a heavy equipment operator, was born Nov. 18, 1908, in Englewood to Coleman Creswell Craig and Lula Hart Craig.
He married Mabel Jones on Sept. 8, 1934, in Ashland. After her death, he married Celeste Arnsmeyer on Nov. 18, 1967, in Ashland. Mr. Craig was a member of the Teamsters, the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Hartsburg and the Southern Boone County Senior Center.
He was buried on Saturday at the Mount Pleasant Church after a service conducted by the Rev. Jim Smith. Mr. Craig is survived by his son, James Craig of Hartsburg; two daughters, Betty Craig of Hartsburg and Kay Taggart of Florissant; a brother, Coleman Craig of Greenwood, Miss.; and five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
His brother, two sisters, his wife and a grandchild died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Southern Boone County Senior Center, Douglas Street, Ashland, Mo. 65010.
Glorene Crump died Thursday, Nov. 23, 2000, at the Fulton Presbyterian Manor in Fulton. She was 94. She was born Nov. 10, 1906, in Clark, to Joe and Gertrude Lee Spurling Smith. She was married to Orville Crump, who died earlier.
Mrs. Crump was a stenographer and spent 43 years of her life in California. She had lived at the Fulton Presbyterian Manor for the past seven years. Mrs. Crump was a member of the Christian Church in Clark. Services were held for Mrs. Crump on Saturday at the Meador & Son Funeral Chapel in Sturgeon. She was buried at the Mount Horeb Cemetery in Sturgeon.
Mrs. Crump is survived by two sisters-in-law, Lottie M. Proctor of Fulton and Alice Smith of Sturgeon; a brother-in-law, Floyd Crump of Rochester Hills, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews.
Clarence Gish of Centralia died Friday, Nov. 24, 2000, at Boone Hospital Center. He was 57.
Mr. Gish was born Oct. 11, 1943, to Lloyd and Leva Mae Colvin Gish in Ralls County. He married Brenda Faye Nichols on Nov. 7, 1992.
He was a custodian at Oakland Junior High School and also worked part time at Wal-Mart on Conley Avenue.
Mr. Gish is survived by his wife, Brenda Gish of Centralia; two brothers, James Gish of Akron, Ohio, and Robert Gish of Vandalia; and three sisters, Virginia Folta of Ladonia, Dorothy Henry of Henderson, Ky., and Mary Ann Seymore of Warrenton.
Services for Mr. Gish will be held at 5 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St., conducted by the Rev. Charles Parker. Visitation will be between 4 and 5 p.m.
Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society, 33 E. Broadway, Suite 100, Columbia, Mo. 65203 or the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 30638, Columbia, Mo. 65205.
Bertha E. Hoffman
Bertha Ellen Hoffman, who worked for Stephens College for 26 years in the laundry department, died Thursday, Nov. 23, 2000, at Boone Hospital Center. She was 87.
Mrs. Hoffman was born July 1, 1913, to John and Julia Cook. On July 8, 1939, she married Lee D. Hoffman in Boone County.
Visitation will be at 1 p.m. today at Memorial Park Cemetary with the burial service, officiated by the Rev. Jack Foley, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Hoffman is survived by two daughters, Frances Tompkin of Rocheport and Carolyn Lewis of Columbia; one sister, Sophia Johnson of Centralia; one grandchild and three great-grandchildren. Her husband and two grandchildren died earlier.
Randy Long of Columbia died Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2000, in Columbia. He was 19.
Mr. Long was born Aug. 14, 1981, along with his twin brother, Ricky, to Steve and Gwen Long. He was a member of the Midway Heights Baptist Church and employed by Holiday Inn.
A service, conducted by Pastor Matthew Brooks, will be held at 1:30 p.m. today at Nilson Funeral Home. Another service, conducted by the Rev. David Schawo, was held on Saturday.
Mr. Long is survived by his father and stepmother, Steve and Engel Long of Columbia; his mother, Gwen Long of Columbia; two brothers, Stanley and Ricky Long, both of Columbia; two sisters, Barbara Sprinkle and Tiffany Long, both of Columbia; a half brother, Austin Ong of Jericho Springs, his paternal grandmother, Margarite Long of Columbia, and his maternal grandmother, Marie Stanley of Columbia. Memorials may be sent to the Randy Long Memorial Fund, c/o Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road, Columbia, Mo. 65202 to be used to purchase trees in his memory.
Karl Militzer of Hallsville died on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2000, at Columbia Regional Hospital. He was 92.
Mr. Militzer was born Aug. 10, 1908, in Munchen-Gladbach, Germany, to Sophia and Maximillian Militzer. He was the only survivor of seven children. He came to St. Louis in 1930 and to the Columbia area in 1945. He married Mona Jeanne Gorg in 1943 in Fredericktown. He was a member of the Structural Ironworkers Union 396 of St. Louis and a member of the Hallsville Masonic Lodge. He willed his body to the MU Anatomy Department.
No memorial services are planned.
Mr. Militzer is survived by two children, Karl Richard of Osteen, Fla. and Michele Militzer of Everett, Wash., four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
D'Tarius Thrower Williams died Monday, Nov. 20, 2000, in Columbia. He was 19.
Mr. Williams was born Aug. 14, 1981, to Timothy Thrower Jr. and Denise W. Logan in Columbia. He was a member of the Church of God in Christ, in Columbia, and attended Columbia Public Schools. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Monday at Warren Funeral Chapel, 10 N. Fourth St. Services will follow at 1 p.m. at Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1108 College Park Drive, officiated by Frank Wright and the Rev. Albert Detman. The burial will be later that day at Rock Bridge Cemetery.
Mr. Williams is survived by his mother and father; four brothers, D'Mario Williams of Lafayette, Ind., Anthony Logan Jr., Daimine Logan of Columbia and Daian Logan, all of Columbia; five sisters, Dena Williams, Delea Logan, Darice Logan, Dayja Logan and Chioma Thrower, all of Columbia; his grandmothers, Mary K. Thrower of Columbia and Bernadine Williams of Lafayette, Ind.; and his grandfather, George E. Williams of Zeeland, Mich.
Leora N. Wolff
Leora N. Wolff died Thursday, Nov. 23, 2000, at the Boone Retirement Center in Columbia. She was 85. Mrs. Wolff was born Jan. 26, 1915, to Lafe and Melva Randolph Hanna in Wheeler, Ill. She married Martin H. Wolff on Jan. 19, 1931, in Vandalia, Ill.
Mrs. Wolff was a member of the Christian Church in Marshall. She was a waitress at several restaurants in Columbia after moving here from Marshall. She also worked as a cashier at Wyatt's Cafeteria before her retirement.
Visitation was held Saturday at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St. A service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Service. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery
Mrs. Wolff is survived by three daughters, Sue Ann Crawford of Marshall and Gaila Wolff and Janet Wolff of Columbia.
Memorials may be sent to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 30638, Columbia, Mo. 65205.