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MISSOURI - Boone County -Miscellaneous Obituaries - 119

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Date: Monday, 21 April 2008, at 12:17 p.m.

Verla L. Jones
Verla L. "Susie" Jones of Hartsburg died Wednesday, June 30, 1999, at University Hospital and Clinics of pulmonary hypertension. She was 49.
She was born on Feb. 10, 1950, in Warrensburg to A. Kenneth and Verla Jean Fox Campbell.
Her brother introduced her to her future husband Tommy Jones, and they were married Jan. 16, 1976 in Ashland.
Mrs. Jones was an active member of the Living Faith Church in Ashland for almost 20 years. Her faith was very important to her.
She worked as a clerk at Ashland Super Foods.
Visitation for Mrs. Jones will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Robinson Funeral Home, 601 N. Henry Clay Blvd., in Ashland. Services, conducted by the Rev. Mike Quinn, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. The burial will be at Liberty Cemetery in Ashland.
Mrs. Jones is survived by her husband, Tommy Jones of Hartsburg; two sons, Scott Alan Jones of Springfield, Mo., and Roger Clark Jones of Hartsburg; a daughter, Amanda Louise Jones of Hartsburg; her mother, Verla Campbell of Ashland; and a brother, Roger Dean Campbell of Ashland.
Her father died earlier.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Amanda and Roger Jones Trust Fund, c/o Boone County National Bank, 405 E. Broadway, Ashland, Mo., 65010.

James William Kirk
James William Kirk was a wonderful man with a fascination for the world around him, his care coordinator at Woodhaven Learning Center said.
"He had a sharp quick wit that could surprise you if you weren't expecting it," Chellie McClatchey said. "A lot of his jokes were either spiritual or religious, so some people found them funny and others didn't."
Mr. Kirk of Columbia died on June 5, 1999, at Woodhaven. He was 73.
Mr. Kirk was buried earlier in June in the same cemetery as his parents following services in Mountain Home, Ark.
He was born Sept. 10, 1925, to Ira Adley Kirk and Georgia Lee Kirk. He attended a satellite school of John Brown University before coming to live at Woodhaven in 1975. He also worked at Central Missouri Sheltered Enterprises.
Mr. Kirk collected butterflies and attended the University Concert Series every year.
"We used to take walks together and have tea in the afternoon," his best friend, John Pierce, said.
Mr. Kirk always wore a suit and tie, and could rarely be seen without a hat. People were always saying Mr. Kirk was friendly and smart.
"He read the Missourian every day and was anxious for the paper every morning," Pierce said.
Mr. Kirk would not let anyone's birthday pass without singing to him or her. His favorite song was the Lord's Prayer. Mr. Kirk prayed at every meal, and for staff members after their shifts ended. Mr. Kirk was a member of First Christian Church downtown and also attended Rock Bridge Christian Church.
A memorial service will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday at First Christian Church, 101 N. Tenth St.
Mr. Kirk is survived by two sisters, Elizabeth Burnstein of Los Angeles, and Patsey Hurley of Greeley, Colo.
Memorials may be sent to Woodhaven Learning Center at 1405 Hathman Place, Columbia, Mo. 65201.

John Mitchell
John Mitchell, a former trash collector for Columbia, died Tuesday, June 29, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center. He was 86.
"He was a good, hard worker," said his mother-in-law, Katherine Warren. "He was a person who would do whatever you asked him to do. He was a good man."
Mr. Mitchell was born Sept. 26, 1912, in Columbia to John and Sally Mitchell.
He was married to Victoria Mae Warren and was a member of the Sugar Grove Baptist Church.
Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a.m. today at Friendship Baptist Church, 1410 Grand Ave. Services, conducted by the Revs. Carlos Taylor and Ray Warren, will follow at 11 a.m. Burial will be at Rock Bridge Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Victoria Warren of Columbia; four daughters, Rosie Turner Warren, Linda Diane Kelly, Patrice Hayes and Linda Doris Mitchell, all of Columbia; five sons, Carl Mitchell of Glendale, Ariz., John Henry Mitchell, Robert Mitchell, Michael Garry Mitchell and Ronald Mitchell, all of Columbia; 20 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
One sister and one brother died earlier.

Ruby Pearl Hinshaw
If she wasn't out in her garden, Ruby Pearl Hinshaw could probably be found in her kitchen canning her green home-grown goodies.
"She loved to grow pickles and green beans," said her daughter-in-law Paulette Thurston. "She'd be in the garden or canning, keeping herself very busy."
But Mrs. Hinshaw's active lifestyle reached beyond her garden. She was a member of the Oak Towers Older Americans Club, the Strawn-O-Lite Extension Club and the Ladies Auxiliary. Yet her plethora of activities didn't keep her away from chores at home.
If the wash wasn't out on the line by 7 a.m. on Mondays, neighbors knew she wasn't feeling well, according to her daughter, Mary Shock.
"She was usually up at five and going strong all day," Shock said. "'Til the sun set at night," Thurston said. "She loved to dance, to just get out and enjoy life."
Ruby Pearl Hinshaw of Columbia died Saturday, June 26, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center of Alzheimer's disease. She was 77.
Mrs. Hinshaw was born Dec. 22, 1921, in Boone County to Robert Lee and Betty Lou Rice. One of 13 children, she married Roy Hinshaw on July 3, 1948, in Columbia.
Her family wholeheartedly agreed that Ruby was a loving grandmother.
"She took a lot of pride in the children, in being a grandmother," Thurston said.
Mrs. Hinshaw spent a lot of time with her two oldest grandchildren, Jenny and Cameron, before she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1993, her daughter said.
Visitation for Mrs. Hinshaw was held Tuesday. Services, conducted by the Rev. Tracy Cook, will be at 11 a.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 1217 Business Loop 70 W. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Hinshaw is survived by one son, Charles Thurston of Harrisburg; one daughter, Mary Shock of Columbia; three brothers, Raymond Rice of Hallsville, Ray Rice of Columbia, and Donald Rice of Columbia; one sister, Hazel Sombraske of Oaklawn, Ill.; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Her parents, husband, one son, four brothers and four sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Alzheimer's Association, Mid-Missouri Chapter, 1121 Business Loop 70 E., Columbia, Mo. 65201.

Ethel Marie Tuggle
Ethel Marie Tuggle died Sunday, June 27, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia. She was 97.
She was born on February 19, 1902, in Jackson County, Ky., to Frank Catron and Kizzie Ponder Jones and grew up along with 15 siblings.
She married Guy Tuggle on March 13, 1930.
Mrs. Tuggle served as city clerk and treasurer in London, Ky., until 1967. Mrs. Tuggle also was a member of the First Baptist Church in London.
After spending 92 years of her life in London, she moved to Columbia five years ago and lived near her daughter Guy Marie Frakes.
Services will be held at a later date in London, Ky.
Mrs. Tuggle is survived by one son, Jack Tuggle of Rockford, Ill.; two daughters, Guy Marie Frakes of Columbia and Elizabeth Staneck of Springboro, Ohio; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Her husband, 15 siblings and two sons-in-law also died earlier.

Pat S. Carey
Pat S. Carey of Hallsville died Saturday, June 26, 1999, at her home. She was 69.
She was born April 7, 1930, in Boone County to Otis and Della Crump Calvin. She married Robert M. Carey Feb. 24, 1955, in Columbia.
Devoting her life to her family, Pat Carey always made time to help her five children with any tasks.
"I delivered a morning newspaper when I was younger, and if I stayed up late the night before, my mom would deliver them for me," said her son, Dwayne Carey.
Preferring the simple life, Mrs. Carey spent much of her time at home, looking at wildlife. She even made some of the animals part of her family.
"She had anything from ducks to a pet squirrel named Jennifer," Dwayne Carey said. "She just loved animals."
Mrs. Carey is survived by her husband, Robert Carey of Hallsville; one son, Dwayne Carey of Columbia; four daughters, Lynn Bielski of New Albany, Ind., Robin Calcote of Columbia, Colette Carey of Hallsville, and Sherilee Christopher of Sturgeon; and nine grandchildren.
A sister died earlier.
Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St. Services, conducted by the Rev. John Foley, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Parker Funeral Service. Mrs. Carey's body will be buried at Red Rock Cemetery in Harrisburg.
Memorials may be sent to Cancer Research Center, 3501 Berrywood Drive, Columbia, MO 65201.

Mary Lou Peacher
Mary Lou Peacher of Fayette died Sunday, June 27, 1999, at her home. She was 85.
Her son Donald Peacher said she had a certain quality about her that everyone admired.
"She was one of the nicest ladies I had ever met, but, of course, I am going to be a little prejudiced," he said.
Mrs. Peacher was born on March 1, 1914, in Boone County to Irby and Edna Lela Wilhite Daly. She married William Wallace Peacher on January 28, 1931, in Columbia.
She worked on the farm most of her life and was employed for a brief period of time at an area Howard Johnson hotel.
She also spent many hours fulfilling her first love: square dancing.
"She would go all the time when she could and even when she probably wasn't able," Donald Peacher said.
Mrs. Preacher is survived by three sons, Raymond Peacher, Donald Peacher and Gary Peacher, all of Columbia; two daughters, Fran Johnson of Harrisburg and Nancy Wiswall of Rocheport; one brother, Robert E. Daly of Columbia; several grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Her husband, one son and two grandchildren died earlier.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Smith Chapel Cemetery in Fayette.
Memorials can be sent to Smith Chapel in Fayette where she was a member.

Ada Jennings
Ada Jennings kept her life as colorful and meticulous as the thousands of quilts she loved to create.
She was a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a great-grandmother, a seamstress, a homemaker, a dollmaker and a songwriter.
"Anything she could think of, she did it," said her son Glenn Jennings.
But Mrs. Jennings still had time to create the quilts that chronicled the lives of the people she cherished.
"She made sure every one of us had a quilt," said her son Glenn. "She wanted something different and special for each of us, something that really told about the events in our lives."
Mrs. Jennings of Columbia died Saturday, June 26, 1999 at her home. She was 76.
She was born April 18, 1923, in Boone County to Lonnie and Rose Griggs Calvert. She began sewing as a child during the Depression, making clothes for her family. Her love for sewing eventually spurred her into dollmaking.
"She had a patent on the Bed Buddy doll. She created it in the 1970s," her son Glenn said. "She saw a doll on a quilt patch and told her mother, who was also a quilter, that she was going to make it. Everyone laughed, but she did it."
Glenn Jennings chuckled at the memory, recalling his mother's cool determination. He also remembered his dad's reaction to her first check for dollmaking.
"My dad's face dropped to the ground," he said. "And she just looked at him and said, 'I told you I could sell these things.'"
The doll's distribution began in Lake of the Ozarks, but today the dolls can be found worldwide.
Another creative outlet for Mrs. Jennings was songwriting.
One song, titled "Payday," was copyrighted.
"A neat little song. She came up with all sorts of verses," her son Glenn said. "I think it was Capitol Records that bought it."
She only received one royalty check from the company, but she wasn't disappointed.
Mrs. Jennings, called "Granny J" by her grandchildren, was very proud of that title. "She was an amazing grandmother," her son said. "And in my mind, she earned the Mother of the Year award for each of the 36 years I've been alive, that's for sure."
Visitation for Mrs. Jennings was Monday. Services, conducted by the Rev. Greg Robinson, will be held at 2 p.m. today at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St.
Mrs. Jennings is survived by three sons, Glenn Dale Jennings, Jack Jennings, and Martin Eugene Jennings, all of Hallsville; one daughter, Brenda Koebel of Columbia; two brothers, Emmitt Calvert and Otto Calvert, both of Columbia; one sister, Beatris Welch of Columbia; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Her husband, two sisters and two brothers died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Oakland Cemetery Association, c/o Howard McGee, 6260 N. Kircher Road, Columbia, Mo., 65202.

Kathryn Frances Ricks
Kathryn Frances "Franny" Ricks of Eolia died on Saturday, June 26, 1999, at University Hospital and Clinics. She was 81.
She was born Sept. 25, 1917, in Eolia to George Washington and Anna Norton Omohundro Jacobs. She married William Raymond "Bill" Ricks on Oct. 27, 1943.
A lifelong resident of Eolia, she graduated from Eolia High School and was a member of the Eolia United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Ricks owned and operated Jacobs' Beauty Shop in Clarksville for several years after attending cosmetology school.
Services for Mrs. Ricks will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Eolia United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Ricks is survived by her husband, William Ricks; one son, George Ricks of Eolia; one daughter, Mary Guy Nichols of Columbia; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Her brother died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Eolia Methodist Church or to the Pike County Nurses Fund in care of Carter-Ricks Funeral Home, 107 South Fifth St., Elsberry, Mo., 63343.

Roland Harvey Seibert
Roland Harvey "Dick" Seibert died Saturday, June 26, 1999, in Weatherford, Okla. He was 90.
Mr. Seibert was born March 16, 1909, to George Franklin and Ella Clementine Seibert. He was married to Hazel Lucille Utley Seibert for 53 years.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Short-Cunningham Funeral Home in Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mr. Seibert's body will be buried at Highland Memorial Cemetery.
He is survived by three sons, Bill Seibert of Weatherford, and Frank Seibert and Richard Seibert, both of Columbia; one sister, Elma Ronk of West Salem, Ill.; 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
His wife died earlier.

Bob Roark
For a quarter century, Bob Roark brought high expectations to the Hickman High football team.
Roark, who coached the Kewpies to a 155-55-11 record during his 25-year tenure, didn't let his players back off anywhere, from anyone - especially when it involved the school's arch-rival, Jefferson City.
If anything less than 100 percent was given on the field or in practice, Roark would remark: "That's the way the Jays do it!"
The Kewpies showed the Jays Roark's way of doing things in 1967, ending Jefferson City's 71-game winning streak.
That victory helped earn Roark, who died Saturday at 82, state coach of the year honors.
"He was a very intelligent man who expected a lot, but nonetheless, had a sense of humor," said Mike See, who played under Roark from 1968-70.
Despite a rocky 2-6 record in his first season in 1947, Roark's teams eventually rewrote the Kewpies' school record for winning streaks, building it to 40 games in 1953.
Roark's intensity and scouting abilities helped build the Kewpies into a regular contender in the Central Missouri Conference.
Not only did the hard work pay off in the win column at Hickman, but his players who went on to play college football said they were prepared for the next level.
"I was exceedingly well prepared," See said of his transition to the MU football squad. "I was well ahead of the other recruits in terms of fundamentals."
But Roark's teaching went beyond football.
"A nicer man I have never met," said Jerry Whitesides, who played for and coached under Roark.
"I looked at him like a father figure because that's what he was to me. I started coaching with him my first year out of college and stayed for 24 years."
In 1987, Roark was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame at Truman State. In 1993, his achievements earned him a place in the Missouri State Football Hall of Fame.
Roark was born Oct. 29, 1916, in Sedalia, to Eugene and Elizabeth Roark. The family moved to Columbia in 1927, and Roark starred as a quarterback for the Kewpies in the early '30s. He was named to the all-state basketball team in 1935, the year the Kewpies lost in the state finals to Northeast High of Kansas City.
After graduating from Northeast Missouri State in 1940, Roark had a short stint with the Missouri Telephone Company before taking a job at Jefferson Junior High, where he taught until 1942. He served in the Marine Corps from 1942-46.
Roark moved on to an assistant football coaching role with his alma mater, before taking over in 1947 from Woodrow "Woody" Hatfield.
Roark was also a physical education and health teacher, as well as a golf, tennis, baseball and basketball coach. He was appointed Hickman's athletic director in 1950.
Roark married Margaret Roberts on Sept. 14, 1974, in Columbia.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Roark is survived by his wife, Margaret, of Columbia; and several nieces and nephews.
His parents, one daughter and two brothers died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Outstanding Football Player Scholarship, c/o Hickman High School, Attn: Doug Mirts, 1104 N. Providence Road, Columbia, Mo., 65203.

Ruby Pearl Hinshaw
If she wasn't out in her garden, Ruby Pearl Hinshaw could probably be found in her kitchen canning her green, home-grown goodies.
"She loved to grow pickles and green beans," said her daughter-in-law Paulette Thurston. "She'd be in the garden or canning, keeping herself very busy."
But Mrs. Hinshaw's active lifestyle reached beyond her garden. She was a member of the Oak Towers Older Americans Klub, the Strawn-O-Lite Extension Club and the Ladies Auxiliary. Yet her plethora of activities didn't keep her away from chores at home.
If the wash wasn't out on the line by 7 a.m. on Mondays, neighbors knew she wasn't feeling well, daughter Mary Stack said.
"She was usually up at 5 and going strong all day," Stack said.
"'Til the sun set at night," Thurston added. "She loved to dance, to just get out and enjoy life."
Ruby Pearl Hinshaw of Columbia died of Alzheimer's disease Saturday, June 26, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center. She was 77.
Mrs. Hinshaw was born Dec. 22, 1921, in Boone County to Robert Lee and Betty Lou Rice. One of 13 children, she married Roy Hinshaw on July 3, 1948, in Columbia.
Her family wholeheartedly agreed Ruby was a loving grandmother.
"She took a lot of pride in the children, in being a grandmother," Thurston said.
Mrs. Hinshaw spent a lot of time with her two oldest grandchildren, Jenny and Cameron, before she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1993, her daughter said.
Visitation for Mrs. Hinshaw will be 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Services, conducted by the Rev. Tracy Cook, will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Hinshaw is survived by one son, Charles Thurston of Harrisburg; one daughter, Mary Shock of Columbia; three brothers, Raymond Rice of Hallsville, Ray Rice of Columbia, and Donald Rice of Columbia; one sister, Hazel Sombraske of Oaklawn, Ill.; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Her parents, husband, one son, four brothers and four sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to the Alzheimer's Association, Mid-Missouri Chapter, 1121 Business Loop 70 E., Columbia, Mo. 65201.

Carroll Lee McDannold
As a husband, father, grandfather and leader, Carroll Lee McDannold taught that earning respect is more important than being liked or winning a game.
Throughout his time as an outstanding baseball player for MU and later in life as a little league coach and golfer, Mr. McDannold played hard but fair, something he carried on to other parts of his life.
"He was a very live-in-the-moment person," his wife, Carol, said. "He made the very most out of each and every day."
Six days before his birthday, Mr. McDannold died Thursday, June 24, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center after a 13-month struggle with cancer. He was 57.
"He waged his battle hard," his wife said. "He continued to coach and do other things right up until the end."
Mr. McDannold worked as an insurance salesman with Prudential Insurance for 22 years before becoming a self-employed commodities broker. He also enjoyed farming as a hobby.
He graduated from MU with a bachelor's degree in business. As a student at MU, he met Carol Beatty, married her and had two children before graduating. Despite his long hours practicing and playing baseball, Mr. McDannold played a large part in raising his children.
"He was a lot more of a man than most people are allowed to be today," said his son Rick.
Mr. McDannold was born in Middleton on June 30, 1941, to Charles W. and Roberta Morris McDannold.
He is survived by his wife, Carol McDannold of Columbia; his mother, Roberta McDannold of Mexico, Mo.; two sons, Rick McDannold of Columbia and Greg McDannold of Rocheport; one brother, Charles V. McDannold of New Hartford; one sister, Linda Collins of Arnold; and five grandchildren. His father and one brother died earlier.
Services, conducted by the Rev. Susan Cox-Johnson, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Community United Methodist Church, 3301 W. Broadway. Visitation will follow the service at the church's fellowship hall.
Memorial may be sent to Post 202 American Legion Baseball, P.O. Box 202, Columbia, Mo. 65205; Boone County Group Homes, Attn. Joanie Chenault, 1209 E. Walnut St., Columbia, Mo. 65201; and The Sam Walthall Memorial Fund at Community United Methodist Church, 3301 W. Broadway, Columbia, Mo. 65203.

Mildred T. Allton
Mildred T. Allton of Columbia died Wednesday, June 17, 1999, at Boone Hospital Center. She was 94.
She was born Feb. 25, 1905, in Lock Springs to Oscar N. and Emma A. Boyington Thompson. She married John L. Allton on Aug. 18, 1927.
Mrs. Allton lived in Columbia most of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of PEO.
Private services will take place at a later date.
She is survived by her son, George Allton of Columbia; her sister, Helen Jurden of Kansas City; and four grandchildren.
Her husband and three sisters died earlier.
Memorials may be sent to Missouri United Methodist Church Organ Fund, 201 S. Ninth St., Columbia, Mo. 65201.

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