William R. Ardagh
William R. Ardagh of Columbia died Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1999, at Williamsburg Retirement Home in Columbia. He was 94.
Mr. Ardagh was born on Dec. 14, 1904, in Chicago to John C. and Emile Carl Ardagh. He married Julia O. Spiva on Jan. 4, 1944. Mr. Ardagh lived in Columbia for 29 years after moving from Chicago. He was a member of Pipefitters Local 597, Kensington Masonic Lodge No. 804 A.F. and A.M. and attended Presbyterian Church in Chicago.
Graveside services, conducted by the Rev. Tommy Barnhart, will be at 10:30 a.m. today at Columbia Cemetery, 30 E. Broadway.
Mr. Ardagh is survived by his step-daughter, Sally Belle Maxwell of Laddonia.
His wife and eight brothers and sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Salvation Army, 1108 W. Ash St., Columbia, Mo., 65201.
Joseph J. Marks
Services for Joseph James Marks, conducted by the Rev. Michael Flanagan, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 903 Bernadette Drive. The burial will follow the service at Memorial Park Cemetery, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Mr. Marks of Columbia died on Monday, Jan. 4, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center from complications after a ladder accident. He was 61.
Mr. Marks was born on Aug. 2, 1937, in Watertown, Wis., to Joseph H. and Lowell Miller Marks. On Sept. 2, 1961, Mr. Marks married Mary A. Gorman.
He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. For more than 25 years, Mr. Marks worked as a professor and information specialist of Science and Extension News at the University of Missouri. Before arriving at MU, Mr. Marks was employed with Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.
He received a bachelor's degree in agricultural journalism and a master's degree in radio and television broadcasting from the University of Wisconsin.
He held all offices in the Agriculture Communicators in Education. Mr. Marks was president of the organization from 1987 to 1988 and won all of its major writing and broadcasting awards, including the top "Professional" Award.
He was a member of the America Agricultural Editors Association and many campus honorary societies. Mr. Marks was also an adviser to the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow. He was also a past president of the Columbia Track Club and an MU track official up to the time of his death. Mr. Marks is survived by his wife, Mary A. Marks of Columbia; three sons, Bryan Marks of Flower Mound, Texas; Daniel Marks of Columbia, John Marks of Greensboro, N.C.; one brother, George H. Marks of Waukesha, Wis.; and two grandchildren.
His parents, a son and a sister died earlier. Memorials may be sent to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Building Fund, 903 Bernadette Drive, Columbia, Mo., 65203.
Ronnie L. Matney
Ronnie Lee Matney of Columbia died Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1999, at University Hospital from complications caused by liver disease. He was 51.
Mr. Matney was born on June 30, 1947, in Sullivan, Ind., to L.C. Matney and Hazel Williams. He married Virginia Johnson on April 17, 1971.
Throughout his life, Mr. Matney's passion was cars - driving them and fixing them. During his childhood, he loved to spend his days in the salvage yard his family owned, said his younger brother Cecil Matney.
One of Cecil's early memories of his brother Ronnie proved to him that his big brother loved cars. "We were at the salvage yard, and Ronnie wanted to experience what it was like to be in a car that turned over," he said. "We found a car that was stacked two or three high. We had a bulldozer and yanked him down. He almost broke his arm, but he thought that was an experience."
Mr. Matney spent 18 years as a mechanic for Ryder Truck before taking a similar job with the City of Columbia. He worked there until two years ago when he became ill.
He is survived by a son, Ronnie Dale Matney of Morehouse; three daughters, Tammi Marie Blumenberg of East Prairie, Melissa Leah Matney of St. Louis and Rhonda Lea Zielinski of Columbia; five brothers, David Matney of Fulton, Jerry Matney of St. Louis, Cecil Matney of Columbia, Herman Matney of Hallsville and Julian Matney of Topeka, Kan.; and four sisters, Shirley Stewart of Treasure Island, Fla.; Diane Cagle of Bowling Green, Mo., Sheila Cagle of Augusta, Kan., and Laura Cagle of Columbia.
His father-in-law, stepfather and a brother died earlier.
Visitation will be 6 to 9 p.m. today at Meador & Son Funeral Home in Centralia. Services, conducted Saturday at 10 a.m. by the Rev. Joseph Hendren, will be at the funeral home. Burial will be at Columbia Cemetery.
Memorials may be sent to the Matney Memorial Fund in care of Charlie Lohse, 3821 N. Route PP, Columbia, Mo., 65202.
Patrick O. O'Gara
Patrick O. O'Gara of Columbia died Monday, Jan. 4, 1999, at University Hospital and Clinics of a heart attack. He was 58.
Mr. O'Gara was born July 22, 1940, in Dublin, Ireland, to Edward B. and Eileen Rose Meehan O'Gara. He married Elda M. Niebruegge on Dec. 10, 1977, in Columbia. Mr. O'Gara moved to Columbia from Mexico, Mo., in 1983. He was retired from the City of Mexico Police and Fire Department.
"He was a very pleasant man, who was well-liked by everyone he worked with at the time," said Greg Miller, director of Public Safety in Mexico.
Mr. O'Gara was an avid computer operator who developed a genealogy Web page for his family. Mr. O'Gara used the Internet to trace his family lineage back to the early 1800s, said his wife, Elda O'Gara. His Web site is www.ogara.org.
Visitation for Mr. O'Gara will be 6 to 8 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, also at Parker Funeral Service.
Survivors include his wife, Elda Mae O'Gara of Columbia; his mother, Eileen Rose O'Gara of Dublin, Ireland; two daughters, Christine O'Gara and Katherine O'Gara, both of Columbia; three brothers, Edward A. O'Gara, Henry F. O'Gara, both of Ireland, and James O'Gara of Boston; and two sisters, Rose Ann Pembleton and Pauline M. Shaw, both of England.
His father died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Boone County Group Home, c/o Susan O'Neil, 1900 N. Providence Road, Columbia, Mo. 65202.
Charmayne Robyn McCollum of Columbia died Friday, Jan. 1, 1999, in a car accident on Nifong Boulevard. She was 39.
Ms. McCollum was born Dec. 19, 1959, in Philadelphia, to Lakeue and Garnie Mae Koonce McCollum. She graduated from William Penn High School in Philadelphia in 1977.
Ms. McCollum then moved to Columbia, where she worked for Laidlaw Waste Systems and at Woodhaven Learning Center.
Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Warren Funeral Chapel, 10 N. Fourth St. Services, conducted by the Rev. Ray Warren, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Second Baptist Church, 407 E. Broadway. Burial will follow at Columbia Cemetery, 30 E. Broadway.
Ms. McCollum is survived by her mother, Garnie Mae Koonce of Philadelphia; two daughters, Terrace N. Patrick and Charmayne N. Patrick, both of Columbia; two brothers, Daryle McCollum of Columbia and Wesley McCollum of Philadelphia; one sister, Sharon McCollum of Philadelphia; and one aunt, one uncle and several cousins.
John Robert Prince
John Robert Prince of Columbia died Sunday, Jan. 3, 1999. He was 52.
Mr. Prince was born March 30, 1946, in Columbia to Homer Lawson and Georgia Prince. He attended Douglass High School and was employed at MU.
Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Warren Funeral Chapel, 10 N. Fourth St. Services, conducted by the Rev. Raymond Hayes, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Luke United Methodist Church, 204 E. Ash St. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Mr. Prince is survived by one daughter, LaMonica Gaines of Marshall; three brothers, Nathaniel Prince of Boonville, Lawrence J. Prince and William Prince, both of Columbia; six sisters, Alice Cannon of Milwaukee, Shirley Hughes, Monica Brown, Krista Prince, Annettae Prince and Veronica Prince, all of Columbia; five grandchildren and several cousins.
Bernice Faye Coleman
Bernice Faye Coleman of Sturgeon died Monday, Jan. 4, 1999, of smoke inhalation at her home. She was 53.
Mrs. Coleman was born Feb. 10, 1944, in Centralia to Orion and Lydia Kelly Williams.
Mrs. Coleman worked for 16 years as a nurse technician at University Hospital and Clinics. She also worked for Boone County Human Development. Mrs. Coleman was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church in Centralia. She also was a member of Mount Carmel District Association ministers' wives group. She was a graduate of Centralia High School.
Visitation will be 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Warren Funeral Chapel, 10 N. Fourth St. The family will receive friends from 6 to 7 p.m.
Services, conducted by the Rev. William Butler Sr., will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Second Baptist Church, 407 E. Broadway.
Mrs. Coleman is survived by her husband, the Rev. George L. Coleman of Sturgeon; two daughters, Gina Coleman of Columbia and Ginger Coleman of Jefferson City; four sons, George Coleman Jr. and Gary Coleman, both of Columbia, the Rev. Gordon Coleman of Columbus, Ohio, and Gerry Coleman of Seattle; two sisters, Shirley Matthews of St. Louis and Thelma Robinson of Honolulu; six brothers, the Rev. Everette Williams and Terry Williams, both of Centralia, Edward Williams, Carson Williams and the Rev. Harry Don Williams, all of Columbia, and Jerome Williams of St. Joseph; and ten grandchildren, several nieces, nephews and several cousins.
Her parents, one son, four brothers and one sister died earlier.
Samuel Lee Collier
Samuel Lee "Pizza/Piano Man" Collier of Columbia died Saturday, Jan. 2, 1999, at his home after a brief battle with cancer. He was 52.
"Sam was like a brother to me. He was my fishing buddy, my hunting buddy, my friend," said John Cleek, a friend of Collier's. "He's going to leave a pretty big void in my life."
As former owner and operator of the Heritage House Smorgasbord restaurant in Columbia for 23 years, Mr. Collier was often recognized in Mid-Missouri from his appearances in his television commercials.
Known to many as "Sam the Pizza Man," at the time of his death, Mr. Collier was working for Club's Choice as a pizza selling fund-raiser for schools and not-for-profit organizations in Mid-Missouri and the Springfield area.
During his four-week struggle with cancer, he received hundreds of cards from area grade school children.
Before his death, daughter Jessica Love Collier remembered her father saying, "I've got cancer about everywhere you wouldn't want it, but I don't have cancer of the attitude."
Mr. Collier earned the nickname "Piano Man" because he played in a number of bands through college and continued playing music after graduation. According to his wife, Barbara Collier, he could play any song you wanted to hear.
Daughter Jennifer Collier Mears said that throughout her father's struggle with cancer, he was never negative.
"He was a salesman all his life, and he was selling us a way to move on, a way to die," she said. "He taught us a very valuable lesson about spending time with family and friends in his last four weeks."
The youngest of four children, Mr. Collier was born June 12, 1946, in Hannibal to Clarence S. and Viola A. Thorp Collier. He married Barbara Gifford Dec. 2, 1968, in Fayette.
Mr. Collier grew up in Shelbina and graduated from Shelbina High School in 1964. He attended the University of Missouri and then transferred to Central Methodist College in Fayette, where he was a member of the Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity. He received a bachelor's degree in music education in 1969. He taught music at Glasgow and St. Mary's schools in 1969. In 1970 he worked at Heritage House Restaurants in Springfield, Ill., and Madison, Wis.
Mr. Collier was a member of Community United Methodist Church in Columbia.
Mr. Collier's community activities and organizations included the Northwest Rotary Club, Ducks Unlimited, Quail Unlimited and Trout Unlimited. He also loved hunting, fishing, and his dogs, Toots and Peanut.
Visitation for Mr. Collier will be from noon to 1:45 p.m. Thursday at Community United Methodist Church, 3301 West Broadway, Columbia. A Masonic service under the direction of Robinson Funeral Home will be at 1:45 p.m. Thursday at the church. A memorial service for Mr. Collier will begin at 2 p.m. at the church.
Survivors include his wife, Barbara Collier of Columbia; two daughters, Jessica Collier Love, of Niles, Ill., and Jennifer Collier Mears of Springfield, Mo.; sons-in-law, Matthew Love of Niles, Ill., and Craig Mears of Springfield, Mo.; a brother, Robert R. Collier of Columbia; and a sister, Maretta C. Miller of Libertyville, Ill.
His parents and a brother died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Samuel L. Collier Memorial Fund for Students of Music, c/o Central Methodist College, Fayette, Mo., 65248 or Visiting Nurses, 3315 Berrywood Drive, Suite 102, Columbia, Mo. 65201.
Sara K. Roberts
Sara Katherine Roberts of Columbia died Saturday, Jan. 2, 1999, at Columbia Regional Hospital. She was 82.
Mrs. Roberts was born July 31, 1916, in Wilton to William B. and Nellie Nichols Scruggs.
She married Fred Devore in 1940. He died earlier. In 1980, she married Cleo Roberts, who also died earlier.
Services for Mrs. Roberts, conducted by the Rev. Oliver Langmade, will be at 3 p.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Roberts is survived by two brothers, Kenneth Scruggs of Boonville and Buford Scruggs of Columbia; four sisters, Geneva Shettlesworth of Hartsburg, Arlene Cavanaugh of Ashland, Barbara Mitchell of Springfield, Mo., and Victoria Calvin of Columbia; and several nieces and nephews.
Three brother and two sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Central Humane Society, 616 Big Bear Blvd., Columbia, Mo., 65202.
Frank A. Boring
Frank A. Boring, an Army veteran of the Korean War, died Sunday, Jan. 3, 1999, at Truman Veterans Hospital. He was 65.
Mr. Boring was born on July 24, 1933, in Columbia to Samuel and Ethel Green Boring. He married Janetta Vaughan in August 1960 in Columbia.
Visitation for Mr. Boring will be from noon to 1 p.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W. Services will be held at 1 p.m. today at the funeral home's chapel.
Mr. Boring is survived by his wife, Janetta Boring of Columbia; one daughter, Marcia Boring of Columbia; a brother, Ralph Boring of Poplar Bluff; two sisters, Peggy Brooks of Sturgeon and Jackie Hanlon of St. Louis; and one grandson.
Byron Dearl Logan
Byron Dearl Logan of Columbia died Sunday, Jan. 3, 1999. He was 90.
Mr. Logan was born June 19, 1908, in Cedar County to Will and Belle Logan.
He married Pauline Gillen on July 19, 1939 in Greenfield.
Mr. Logan made his living for 50 years as a floor finisher, builder and apartment manager. Having grown up in the country, Mr. Logan enjoyed spending his free moments fishing, playing baseball and picking his violin. His wife said he bought his violin for $7.50 when he was quite young. Though it was just a hobby, Mr. Logan enjoyed playing his instrument with other musicians.
Mr. Logan's passion for baseball goes back to his days as a child. "At school he'd rather spend his time playing baseball than eating his lunch," Pauline Logan said. In addition to his wife, Mr. Logan is survived by three sons, Dearl, Gary and Ron, all of Columbia; two daughters-in-law, Susanne and Carol; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A sister died earlier.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Home, 22 S. Tenth Street. Funeral services will be at the First Church of the Nazarene at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Memorials may be sent to Columbia Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, 1801 Towne Drive, Columbia, Mo., 65202 or to a local Alzheimer organization.
The farm was a big part of Lorena Robertson's life, but it was not as important as human interaction. "She loved her family and she loved people," said her son, Clifford Robertson of Columbia.
Mrs. Robertson of Clark died Sunday, Jan. 3 1999, at Boone Retirement Center. She was 86.
Mrs. Robertson was born March 2, 1912, in Boone County to William W. and Mary Latimer Sims. She married Zollie H. Robertson on Aug. 24, 1927.
She spent most of her life on the farm taking care of her family. She milked cows, gardened and enjoyed fishing and riding horses. Mrs. Robertson was also an excellent cook, her son said, and enjoyed playing a card game called "straight pitch."
"She was a very good mother," Clifford Robertson said. "When we grew up on the farm, we didn't have electricity or running water, which was a struggle for her for several years."
Mrs. Robertson was a member of the Perche Baptist Church, which she loved very much, and a lifetime resident of Boone County.
Visitation for Mrs. Robertson will be from 6 to 8 tonight at the Meador and Son Funeral Home on the corner of Ogden and Davis streets in Sturgeon.
Services, conducted by the Rev. Mike Kelleher, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Perche Baptist Church, southwest of Sturgeon. Burial will be at the Perche Cemetery.
In addition to Clifford Robertson, Mrs. Robertson is survived by two other sons, Tommy Robertson of Clark and David Robertson of Centralia; two daughters, Mary Ellen Morris of Columbia and Oneta Lee of Madison, Tenn.; 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Her husband and a brother died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Perche Cemetery Fund or the Perche Church in care of Lloyd Carr, 19881 N. Porter Road, Clark, Mo., 65243.
Lee E. Norbury
Lee Edmondson Norbury, of Columbia, died Friday, Jan. 1, 1999, at University Hospital and Clinics. He was 84.
Mr. Norbury was born May 8, 1914, in Springfield to Bradford E. and Mable E. Norbury. He graduated from the University of Missouri College of Agriculture in 1937.
He married Marion Albrecht on June 20, 1974, in Columbia. Mr. Norbury was a member of Community United Methodist Church. He also was a member of Show-Me Central Habitat for Humanity, Golden K Kiwanis, Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity and a former member of the Daniel Boone Regional Library Board.
Services, conducted by the Rev. Susan Cox-Johnson, will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Community United Methodist Church, 3301 W. Broadway.
Mr. Norbury is survived by his wife, his former wife, Emily Krusekopf Siegel of Kansas City; three sons, Fredrick Norbury of Juneau, Alaska, David Norbury of Lebanon, John Norbury of Boonville; two daughters, Nancy Jean Reid of Carlsbad, N.M., Emily Sue Lammers of Newton, Kan.; one sister, Jean Miller of Norfolk, Va.; and eight grandchildren.
One daughter died earlier. Memorials may be sent to: Golden K Kiwanis Club Foundation, 2870 E. Millcreek Terrace, Columbia, Mo., 65203 or Show-Me Central Habitat For Humanity, 1123 Wilkes Blvd. #12, Columbia, Mo., 65201.
Russell A. Chambers of Columbia died Friday, Jan. 1, 1999, of cancer. He was 79.
Mr. Chambers was born on June 25, 1919, in DeSoto, Kan., to Frank and Allene Chambers. Mr. Chambers graduated from the University of Kansas. He served as a pilot and an instructor with the United States Air Force during World War II.
Mr. Chambers married Dorothy Hoge on June 26, 1943, in Cuero, Texas. Mr. Chambers owned and operated The Music Shop on Walnut Street in Columbia for 48 years.
He was member of Missouri United Methodist Church. He was also a member and outstanding contributor to both the Missouri Music Educators Association, and the Missouri Band Masters Association.
Services, conducted by the Rev. Tom Adams, will be at 1 p.m. Monday, at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70W.
Mr. Chambers is survived by his wife, Dorothy Chambers of Columbia; one son, Russell Chambers Jr. of Springfield; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Lillian Kathryn Skram
Lillian Kathryn Skram spent her whole life overcoming odds.
Throughout her life, her mental disabilities did not get in her way. Her family said she enjoyed a notable degree of independence and always liked to help her family out.
"When Lillian was a young child and we lived in Colorado, she used to ride her bike to the store for me," said Mary Skram, her mother.
Ms. Skram died Jan. 1, 1999, at Boone Retirement Center of pneumonia. She was 45.
Ms. Skram was born Aug. 31, 1953, in Ankara, Turkey, to Joseph and Mary Elaine Knapp Skram. Her father, an employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was sent abroad to help the Turkish government establish and set up a meatpacking plant. The family lived there for two years.
Ms. Skram was a charter resident of Harts Home for the mentally retarded in Sterling, Colo.
"The church where we lived was looking to do a project for the community," Mary Skram said. "Her father and one other man came up with the idea for a residential home for handicapped children to live within the city and work. Lillian became one of the first residents."
Ms. Skram was employed for 15 years at the Methodist Hospital in Omaha, Neb., working in the hospital's kitchen.
Six years ago, Ms. Skram moved to Columbia to be near her parents. She went to work for Central Missouri Shelter Enterprises.
Family was of monumental importance than Church, 301 W. Green Meadows Road, Columbia, Mo. 65203.
Corby H. Magner
Corby Haumesser Magner of Hartsburg died Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1998, at her home of natural causes. She was 39.
Mrs. Magner worked as an assistant at the Community Harvest Food Pantry of Boone County.
She had a master's degree in education psychology from MU and had attended the Peace United Church of Christ in Hartsburg.
Mrs. Magner was born June 10, 1959, in St. Louis to Arnold and Patricia Daly Haumesser. She married Robyn Magner on Sept. 5, 1987, in Webster Groves. Visitation will be from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. today at Robinson Funeral Home, 601 N. Henry Clay Blvd., in Ashland. Services, conducted by Elder Marvine Tolle, will be at 1:30 p.m. today at Robinson Funeral Home.
Mrs. Magner is survived by her parents, Arnold and Patricia Haumesser of Chesterfield; her husband, Robyn Magner of Hartsburg; a son, Marley Curtis Magner of Hartsburg; a daughter, MacKenzie Patricia Magner of Hartsburg; two brothers, Dane Haumesser of Chesterfield, David Haumesser of Florissant; a sister, Beth Haumesser of Creve Coeur; and several aunts and uncles.
Her grandparents died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Magner Children Trust Fund, c/o Robyn Magner, Boone County National Bank, P.O. Box 136, Ashland, Mo. 65010.
Clarence E. Freese
Clarence E. Freese of Rocheport died Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1998, at Lakeview Healthcare Center in Boonville. He was 86.
Mr. Freese was a construction worker near Edwardsville, Ill., before he retired. He later enjoyed hunting and farming at his Rocheport home.
Mr. Freese was born Jan. 3, 1912, in Hayden to Lewis E. and Ollie M. Martin Freese. On Jan. 19, 1941, he married Gladys L. Parker in Pacific. Burial for Mr. Freese, who was cremated, will be held later at Kenner Cemetery in Dixon.
Mr. Freese is survived by his wife, Gladys L. Freese of Rocheport; one daughter, Elaine Patterson of Peoria, Ill.; two brothers, Benjamin F. Freese of New Franklin and Robert P. Freese of Rocheport; two sisters, Ida I. Freese of New Franklin and Ruby J. Seper of Glasgow; and a granddaughter.
Three brothers and two sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W., Columbia, Mo. 65202.
Lois L. Quinn
Lois L. Quinn of Ashland died Sunday, Jan. 3, 1999, at Capital Region Health Center in Jefferson City. She was 77.
Mrs. Quinn was born April 2, 1921, in Belle, Mo. to Emery Pointer and Dicie Harness Pointer. She married Gene Quinn on Nov. 2, 1940, in Vienna, Mo. and was a member of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Hartsburg.
Visitation for Mrs. Quinn will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Robinson Funeral Home in Ashland. Services, conducted by the Rev. Mike Quinn and the Rev. Jim Smith, will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Hartsburg.
She is survived by her husband; two sons, Jack Quinn and the Rev. Mike Quinn, both of Hartsburg; two daughters, Darlene Distler of Jefferson City and Billie Jean Garrett of Ashland; a brother, Winfred Pointer of Leesburg, Fla.; two sisters, Dean Wekenborg and Gladys Ketterer, both of Jefferson City; 10 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Two sisters and a brother died earlier.
Memorial contributions may be sent to Mount Pleasant Cemetery.