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DAISY G. FORSHEE
DAISY GLADYS FORSHEE OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI WAS BORN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1918 IN IRONDALE, MISSOURI A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE HATTIE (BUXTON) AND HERBERT BECK. DAISY DIED DECEMBER 22, 1999 AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY-ONE YEARS, TEN MONTHS AND FIFTEEN DAYS.
DAISY WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE MACKDANIEL FORSHEE ON JULY 17, 1955 IN IRONDALE, MISSOURI.
DAISY IS SURVIVED BY SIX DAUGHTERS, DOROTHY STEVENSON AND HUSBAND JAMES OF LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA; CAROLE HAWTHORNE AND HUSBAND LEE ROY OF HOUSE SPRINGS, MISSOURI; SHERRY DE ROUSSE OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI; JUDY HAZARD AND HUSBAND JOE OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI; ANDREA PIERCE AND HUSBAND JOE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI; PAMELA SMITH OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI; TWO SISTERS, LEVA PROVINCE OF IRONDALE, MISSOURI; MAGGIE PROVINCE OF POTOSI, MISSOURI. FOURTEEN GRANDCHILDREN AND MANY GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBAND, SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON, CHARLES LEE PROVINCE, FOUR SISTERS, CLARA PROVINCE, MAZZIE BRILEY, ODA HEDGECORTH AND RUTH BLOUNT. TWO BROTHERS, EVERETT BECK AND MAHLON BECK AND BY HER FIRST HUSBAND CLARENCE ORVILLE PROVINCE.
DAISY HAD ACCEPTED CHRIST AS HER SAVIOR AND WAS A DEVOTED CHRISTIAN TO HIS TEACHINGS. SHE FOLLOWED THE BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADES ON THE TELEVISION AND ENJOYED LISTENING TO CHURCH TAPES.
DAISY WAS A KIND AND LOVING WOMAN WITH THE CARES OF OTHERS ALWAYS ON HER MIND. SHE WILL BE SADLY MISSED AND LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY ALL WHO KNEW HER.
VISITATION WAS HELD SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1999, FROM 3:30 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN IRONDALE.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1999, AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE IRONDALE CHAPEL WITH REVEREND MARY FLING OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN CALEDONIA METHODIST CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, TOM ANSELMAN, JOE HAZARD, RAYMOND REED, LEE ROY HAWTHORNE, DONALD DEROUSSE AND MARK RAY.

JAMES W. LASATER
JAMES WILLARD LASATER OF RICHWOODS, MISSOURI WAS BORN MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922, A SON OF THE LATE VERDIE ODELL (MOSLEY) LASATER AND WILLIAM JEFFERSON LASATER. JAMES DIED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1999 AT THE GEORGIAN GARDENS NURSING HOME AT THE AGE OF SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS AND TWO MONTHS.
JAMES WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO ROSE MARIE VILLMER ON MARCH 4, 1947 IN DENVER, COLORADO.
JAMES IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE ROSE OF RICHWOODS; TWO SONS, GARY DAVID LASATER AND SPECIAL FRIEND HAZEL OF RICHWOODS; RICHARD JOSEPH LASATER OF RICHWOODS; THREE DAUGHTERS, BETTY DECLUE AND HUSBAND DONALD OF EVANS, GEORGIA; SHARON MISSEY OF SAINT CLAIR, MISSOURI; PATRICIA BROWN AND HUSBAND DOUGLAS OF PACIFIC, MISSOURI; FIFTEEN GRANDCHILDREN, FOURTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; ONE BROTHER, EARL LASATER AND WIFE NETTIE OF GLEASON, Tennessee; THREE SISTERS, MARY LOU WEBB AND HUSBAND MILEM OF MCKENZIE, Tennessee, FRANCES JACOBER OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI; SUE LASATER OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI; ONE HALF SISTER, MARIE TAVENAR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS, JAMES WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO SONS, RONALD LEE LASATER AND DARRELL JAMES LASATER; ONE GRANDSON, BRIAN KEITH MISSEY, ONE BROTHER BILL LASATER AND ONE HALF BROTHER, EDWARD LASATER.
JAMES WAS A VETERAN OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY, HAVING SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN WORLD WAR II.
JAMES LOVED HIS FAMILY AND ENJOYED HIS GRANDCHILDREN, ESPECIALLY WHEN HE SAW HIS WORK AND GUIDANCE TO THEM PROSPER TO FINE YOUNG ADULTS. HE RELAXED WATCHING BASEBALL, THE PRICE IS RIGHT AND WHEEL OF FORTUNE ON TELEVISION. HE ENJOYED SPENDING TIME IN THE WOODS CUTTING FIREWOOD.
JAMES HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR ENTERTAINING FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND WAS ALWAYS READY TO COOK A BIG BAR B QUE FOR EVERYONE AND THEN PLAY TUNES ON THE GUITAR
VISITATION WAS HELD SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1999, FROM 5:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
A FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1999, AT 2:00 P.M. AT ST. STEPHENS CATHOLIC CHURCH IN RICHWOODS WITH FATHER ROBERT LISS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN ST. STEPHENS CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, WILLIAM JOSEPH MISSEY, LOREN JAMES ELFRANK, GARY DAVID LASATER, JR., BILLY GENE PEASE, JASON LEE PEASE, DOUGLAS THOMAS BROWN, DOUGLAS JAMES DECLUE AND BILLY TOMBS.

REVA HELENE WOOD
REVA HELENE WAS THE FIRST OF NINE CHILDREN BORN TO EVERETT AND NANCY BRANSON IN ROLLA. REVA FELL IN LOVE AND MARRIED RONALD E. WOOD, JR., A STUDENT AT ROLLA SCHOOL OF MINES. THE COUPLE MOVED TO FLAT RIVER WHERE RONALD DID ORE TESTING FOR ST. JOE. TWO CHILDREN WERE BORN HERE, RONALD, JR. AND BEVERLY DEBORAH. BECAUSE OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION, RONALD AND REVA MOVED TO SWEETWATER, Tennessee, WHERE RONALD WORKED IN BARITE MINES FOR HIS DAD, L.A. WOOD. SUSAN JANE WAS BORN IN SWEETWATER. IN 1947 THE FAMILY MOVED TO POTOSI. REVA JUNE WAS BORN AND DIED AT THREE MONTHS. THE FAMILY MOVED TO DESOTO WHERE CHARLES LEE WAS BORN. THEY CELEBRATED 50 YEARS OF MARRIAGE IN 1979. REVA RAN THE WOOD BOARDING HOME FOR OVER 20 YEARS. AT RONALD'S DEATH IN 1984, REVA AND SUSAN MOVED TO POTOSI AT SWEETWATER VALLEY ACRES WHERE SUSAN WILL CONTINUE TO LIVE WITH HER SISTER BEVERLY.
REVA IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON, REVEREND RONALD E. WOOD, JR AND WIFE MARIE OF ST. JOSEPH; TWO DAUGHTERS, BEVERLY SIMPSON AND HUSBAND ROBERT OF POTOSI, SUSAN JANE WOOD OF POTOSI; TEN GRANDCHILDREN, TWENTY-TWO GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, EIGHT GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; THREE BROTHERS, EVERETT BRANSON OF CALIFORNIA, ELMER BRANSON OF CALIFORNIA, CECIL BRANSON AND WIFE SHIRLEY OF VIRGINIA; TWO SISTERS, MARTHA JONES OF ILLINOIS, NANCY JANE COPELAND OF JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS WILLIAM EVERETT AND NANCY ISABELLE (BURTON) BRANSON; HER HUSBAND, RONALD E. WOOD, SR.; ONE DAUGHTER, REVA JUNE WOOD; ONE SON, CHARLES LEE WOOD; ONE GRANDSON, MARK EVERETT WOOD; TWO GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, JOANNA RACHEL SIMPSON AND CLAY MCKINLEY SIMPSON, JR.; ONE SISTER, THELMA KRATTLEY; TWO BROTHERS, RAYMOND AND LEE ARNOLD BRANSON.
REVA, A DEDICATED WIFE, CARING MOTHER, LOVING GRANDMOTHER, TRUSTED FRIEND AND AN OPTIMIST. SHE WAS BORN A NATURAL COOK AND HOME MAKER. REVA LOVED FAMILY GATHERINGS, CHURCH MUSIC, BANDS IN PARADES AND HER EASTERN STAR WORK. SHE HAD TAUGHT SUNDAY SCHOOL, BIBLE SCHOOL AND HELD MISSIONARY STUDIES IN HER HOME. REVA LOVED THE LORD, ENJOYED HER SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS AND TRUSTED THE LORD TO TAKE HER INTO HIS ETERNAL REST.
VISITATION WAS HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1999, FROM 5:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1999, AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN POTOSI WITH REVEREND STANLEY PAYNE OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN CHARTER MEMORIAL GARDENS, DESOTO, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, BEVERLY WOOD, JR., ROBERT SIMPSON, CLAY SIMPSON, RUSS KNOBELOCH, TIMOTHY WRIGHT AND KENNY PRICE.

WILLA JANE KEEL
WILLA KEEL OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WAS BORN AUGUST 23, 1906, IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE WILLIAM ALEXANDER AND MARGARET LOUELLA (MOONEYHAM) SPARKMAN. WILLA DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT GEORGIAN GARDENS NURSING HOME OF FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF NINETY-TWO YEARS, FOUR MONTHS AND SIXTEEN DAYS.
WILLA WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE FRANKLIN T. KEEL IN 1925, IN CORNING ARKANSAS AND TO THIS UNION TWO CHILDREN WERE BORN.
WILLA IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER, WILMA JEAN COLE AND HUSBAND CHARLES OF POTOSI, EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN, SEVENTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, FIVE GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, BOBBIE JO KEEL AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND SPOUSE SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON, THEODORE JASPER KEEL, TWO BROTHERS, JAMES AND FLOYD SPARKMAN, SEVEN SISTERS, MYRTLE CULLUP, NORA WILCOX, CLARA FOWLER, MARGARET O'DELL, NOLA SPARKMAN, LAVADA WIFLEY AND WILMA ANTRIM.
WILLA WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LITTLETON, COLORADO.
WILLA ENJOYED SEWING AND CROCHETING, SHE LOVED TO GIVE HER CRAFTS TO HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS. SHE ENJOYED FLOWER GARDENING AND ALWAYS MADE SURE TO KEEP THE WEEDS CLEANED OUT. WILLA'S LIFE, THOUGH MANY IN YEARS, SEEMED SHORT IN TIME SPENT ENJOYING FAMILY AND FRIENDS, HER LOVE THAT WAS SHARED WITH SO MANY AND WILL FOREVER BE REMEMBERED.
VISITATION WAS HELD SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1999, FROM 5:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1999, AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE GUM & SON CHAPEL WITH REVEREND BILL WARDEN AND REVEREND JIM MUSE OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN OAK RIDGE CHURCH OF GOD CEMETERY IN DONIPHAN, MISSOURI, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GUM & SON FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, EDDIE SNYDER, ALVA GILLIAM, NORRIS BLAIR, DALE DENNIS, STEVEN SNYDER, BLAKE GILLIAM, BRIAN BLAIR, JOHN DENNIS, ERIC DENNIS AND KRIS DENNIS.

CHARLES R. YOUNG
CHARLES RICHARD YOUNG OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI WAS BORN MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1942 AT ANNA, ILLINOIS, A SON OF THE LATE EARL LEE YOUNG AND MARTHA JANE (ST. JOHN) YOUNG. CHARLES DIED AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT THE AGE OF FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS, FOUR MONTHS AND TWENTY-THREE DAYS.
CHARLES HAD SERVED THIS COUNTRY IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY DURING THE VIETNAM WAR.
CHARLES IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED FIANCE DONNA THORNTON OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI; FOUR DAUGHTERS, ELIZABETH BLISS AND HUSBAND CLIFTON OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI, RONDA YOUNG OF MOUNT CAROL, ILLINOIS, GINGER YOUNG OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI, CHADON THORNTON OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI; SIX SONS, RICHARD YOUNG OF FULTON, MISSOURI, TERRY YOUNG OF EBO, MISSOURI, JERRY YOUNG AND WIFE PAULA OF EBO, MISSOURI, CHARLES RICHARD YOUNG AND WIFE MARY OF ROODHOUSE, ILLINOIS, CHARLIE THORNTON OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI, SCOTT THORNTON OF FLETCHER, MISSOURI; TWENTY-THREE GRANDCHILDREN. CHARLES WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS AND ONE SISTER MARTY YOUNG.
CHARLES, KNOWN BY HIS FRIENDS AS "FENCE POST", WAS ALWAYS READY TO ENJOY THE GIFTS OF MOTHER NATURE. CHARLES HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR MANKIND AND WAS ALWAYS READY TO HELP SOMEONE IN NEED.
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SERVICE WAS HELD AT 10:00 A.M. ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1999.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1999, FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 10:30 A.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1999, AT 10:30 A.M. WITH LAURIE NICKELSON OFFICIATING.

MARGARET T. SCHRUM
MARGARET THELMA SCHRUM OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WAS BORN MARCH 8, 1919, IN POTOSI, MISSOURI, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE NOAH E. AND BRIDGET M. (PASHIA) POLITTE. MARGARET DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF EIGHTY YEARS, NINE MONTHS AND NINETEEN DAYS.
MARGARET WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE HUESTON E. SCHRUM ON OCTOBER 24, 1941, IN IRONTON, MISSOURI, AND TO THIS UNION FIVE CHILDREN WERE BORN.
MARGARET IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, HARRY SCHRUM AND WIFE SANDRA OF POTOSI, ANTHONY SCHRUM AND WIFE TINA OF TERRE DU LAC, THREE DAUGHTERS, CLAUDIA CREAVEN AND HUSBAND JOHN OF LEESBURG, VIRGINIA, MARY WILKSON AND HUSBAND LARRY OF HOUSE SPRINGS, GAIL BOYER AND HUSBAND JOHN OF TIFF, NINE GRANDCHILDREN, SEVEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND SPOUSE SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE GRANDDAUGHTER, ELIZABETH SCHRUM AND ONE BROTHER, MALCOM SCHRUM.
MARGARET WAS A MEMBER OF ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH AND A MEMBER OF THE VFW LADIES AUXILIARY, MINERAL AREA POST #5741. MARGARET HAD A SPECIAL LOVE AND A TRUE DEVOTION TO HER HORSE AND MICKEY THE CAT, SHE FOUND MANY HOURS OF ENJOYMENT WITH THEM. MARGARET HAD BECOME QUITE TALENTED AT OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS AND CRAFTS. MARGARET ALWAYS ENJOYED RELAXING WITH A GOOD BOOK OR MAGAZINE OR TAKING TIME TO CHAT ABOUT THE OLD DAYS.
A KIND AND LOVING MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER, GREAT GRANDMOTHER AND CHERISHED FRIEND, SHE WILL BE SADLY MISSED AND LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY ALL WHO KNEW HER.
VISITATION WAS HELD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1999, FROM 3:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
A FUNERAL MASS WAS CONDUCTED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1999, AT 10:00 A.M. AT ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH FATHER GEORGE GALOVICH OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN CALVARY CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, CRAIG SCHRUM, ERIC SCHRUM, KENT SCHRUM, BRENT SCHRUM, CHAD SCHRUM AND NICHALOS SCHRUM. SERVING AS HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE, KRIS BOYER, LORI WILKSON AND PAMELA SCHRUM.

ROSE ANN KOCH
ROSE ANN KOCH OF CADET, MISSOURI, WAS BORN JULY, 19, 1919, IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE JOHN AND BARBARA (GERBER) FREDERICKSON. ROSE ANN DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1999, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF EIGHTY YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND NINE DAYS.
ROSE ANN WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE BERNARD H. KOCH ON AUGUST 17, 1946, IN OVERLAND, MISSOURI, AND TO THIS UNION NINE CHILDREN WERE BORN.
ROSE ANN IS SURVIVED BY FIVE SONS, HAROLD KOCH AND WIFE CAROLYN OF UPPER MARLBORO, MARYLAND, JOE KOCH AND WIFE PAT OF POTOSI, MIKE KOCH AND WIFE PATTI OF HAPPY HOLLOW, PAUL KOCH AND WIFE CONNIE OF HAPPY HOLLOW, JOHN KOCH AND WIFE DEBBIE OF BONNE TERRE, FOUR DAUGHTERS, BARBARA BOYER AND HUSBAND RICHARD OF POTOSI, PHYLLIS ADAMS OF HAPPY HOLLOW, NANCY PEYTON AND HUSBAND STEVE OF MINERAL POINT, CINDY LANTER AND HUSBAND KENT OF WATERLOO, ILLINOIS, THIRTY- EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN, SEVENTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND SPOUSE SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO GRANDCHILDREN, JESSICA AND SARAH KOCH AND BY ONE SON-IN-LAW, JERRY ADAMS
ROSE ANN WAS A LONGTIME MEMBER AND VERY DEDICATED PARISHIONER OF THE ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH, OLD MINES, MISSOURI.
ROSE ANN SERVED HER COUNTRY IN UNITED STATES NAVY FROM MARCH 1943 TO NOVEMBER 1946, SHE HAD RECEIVED SEVERAL RIBBONS AND THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT DURING THE TIME THAT SHE NOT ONLY SERVED HER COUNTRY BUT ALSO HAD SERVED HER FELLOW MAN. ROSE ANN WAS STATIONED AT THE US NAVAL HOSPITAL IN CALIFORNIA, PEARL HARBOR AND NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
ROSE ANN RECEIVED HER BACHELORS OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN NURSING FROM THE ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL IN ST. LOUIS. ROSE ANN LOVED TO TAKE TIME FROM HER SCHEDULE TO VOLUNTEER AT GEORGIAN GARDENS NURSING HOME.
ROSE ANN HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR MOTHER NATURE, ENJOYED FISHING AND FEEDING THE DUCKS WITH HER FAMILY. SHE ALSO ENJOYED CRAFTING AND WORKING WITH CERAMICS.
ROSE ANN WAS NOT ONLY A MOTHER IN THE MANY WAYS THAT SHE WAS ABLE TO GUIDE THE LIVES OF HER CHILDREN, SHE WAS ALSO A GREAT MOTHER-IN- LAW AND ALWAYS STOOD BY HER FAMILY AND THEIR DECISIONS. SHE ALWAYS PUT HER CHILDREN FIRST IN HER LIFE AND ENJOYED MAKING A LARGE PRODUCTION OF ALL THEIR BIRTHDAYS.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1999, FROM 2:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
A FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1999, AT ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN ST. JOACHIM CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, HAROLD KOCH, JOE KOCH, MIKE KOCH, JOHN KOCH AND PAUL KOCH.

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