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Loomis, Randall, Weise, Seiberlich

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Date: Sunday, 13 January 2008, at 3:30 a.m.

GREGORY COLE LOOMIS
GREGORY COLE LOOMIS OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WAS BORN MARCH 7, 1951, IN BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI, A SON OF CLYDE ARTHUR LOOMIS AND WILMA (COLE) LOOMIS. GREG DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE S-F SCOUT RANCH IN FREDERICKTOWN, MISSOURI, ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2000, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF FORTY-NINE YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND TWO DAYS.
GREG IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS, BRENDAN JEOFFREY LOOMIS OF WEBSTER GROVES, SEAN GREGORY LOOMIS OF WEBSTER GROVES, HIS MOTHER, WILMA LOOMIS OF POTOSI, HIS FATHER, CLYDE LOOMIS OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, ONE BROTHER, CLAY LOOMIS AND WIFE COLLEEN OF KIRKWOOD, A DEAR FRIEND, MIKE WALTERS OF POTOSI, EX-WIFE, SANDIE (PAUL) LOOMIS OF WEBSTER GROVES AND MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
GREG WAS A 1969 GRADUATE OF POTOSI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL WHERE HE WAS ACTIVE IN FOOTBALL, MUSIC, BAND AND A VARIETY OF CLUBS. GREG WAS A 1973 GRADUATE OF ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK AND AFTER GRADUATION HE JOINED THE SAYERS PRINTING COMPANY IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, WHERE HE DEDICATED THE PAST TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS AND WAS CURRENTLY AN ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE. GREG WAS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE POTOSI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND DURING HIS HIGH SCHOOL YEARS HE WORKED AT THE BOATHOUSE AT TROUT LODGE YMCA CAMP SUNNEN LAKE. GREG'S ADVENTUROUS LIFE GUIDED TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, HE BEGAN THIS JOURNEY IN 1959 AS HE JOINED THE CUB SCOUT PACK UNDER THE DIRECTION AND LEADERSHIP IN THE COL. KENNON'S TROOP. GREG BECAME A RENOWNED SCOUT THROUGHOUT HIS YEARS IN BOY SCOUTS AND EARNED TWO OF BOY SCOUTS HIGHEST AWARDS AND HONORS IN 1966, EAGLE SCOUT AND GOD AND COUNTRY AWARD. AS GREG'S ADULT LIFE IN SCOUTING CONTINUED, HE EARNED THE ADULT WOOD BADGE AWARD. GREG WAS A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE ARROW, A VOLUNTEER CUB MASTER, CHAIRMEN OF THE GREATER ST. LOUIS COUNCIL ROUND TABLE, ASSISTANT SCOUT MASTER FOR TROOP #301 AND A MEMBER OF THE GREATER ST. LOUIS COUNCIL SPECIAL NEEDS COMMITTEE. GREG WAS PRIVILEGED TO SHOW HIS STRENGTH AND COMMITMENT BY ATTENDING PHILMONT BOY SCOUT HIGH ADVENTURE CAMP IN NEW MEXICO THREE TIMES, HE DID THIS AS A SCOUT HIMSELF ALONG SIDE HIS FATHER AND THEN AS A REWARDING HONOR AS A FATHER WITH BOTH OF HIS SONS.
GREG WAS A LOVING SON WHO CHERISHED HIS PARENTS DEARLY, AS A BROTHER HE ALWAYS HAD LOVE IN ALL HIS ACTIONS BUT ALSO ENJOYED THE TIME OF TEASING HIS BROTHER. A WONDERFUL FATHER WHO NEVER FAILED TO HAVE HIS SONS AS HIS FIRST PRIORITY. THROUGH HIS UPBRINGING AND EDUCATION GREG LEARNED THE VALUE OF QUALITY TIME, PATIENCE, COURAGE, AND ENDURANCE IN LIFE.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2000, FROM 4:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2000, AT 1:00 P.M. AT THE POTOSI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WITH REVEREND JOHN IRWIN OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN OLD MASONIC CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, ALEX EVANS, MIKE WALTERS, JIM WOOD, RANDY DURNER, ROBIN BUST AND HERB "SKIP" SAYERS. SERVING AS HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE, JACK BUST AND KEN STUMPF.

MAXINE E. RANDALL
MAXINE E. RANDALL OF UNION, MISSOURI, FORMERLY OF RICHWOODS, MISSOURI, WAS BORN MARCH 18, 1906, IN LEWISBURG, Tennessee, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MINNIE (JONES) KING. MAXINE DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT SUNSET NURSING HOME IN UNION, MISSOURI, ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2000, HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF NINETY-FOUR YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND TWENTY-THREE DAYS.
MAXINE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO CECIL RANDALL ON DECEMBER 14, 1934, IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, HE PRECEDED HER IN DEATH ON JUNE 15, 1994.
MAXINE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON, ELBERT MOORE AND WIFE ROSE LOUISE OF HIGH RIDGE, ONE DAUGHTER, LORAINE COURTWAY AND HUSBAND RAYMOND "SHORTY" OF UNION, TEN GRANDCHILDREN, EIGHTEEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, TWO, GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, EUNICE MOORE OF LOUISIANNA, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBAND SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON, JAMES MOORE.
MAXINE WAS A LONGTIME MEMBER OF THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH IN JESUS CHRIST. MAXINE BETTER KNOWN AS SISTER RANDALL LOVED TO SPEND TIME AND VISIT WITH THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMUNITY. MAXINE HAD THE MINISTRY OF GOD CLOSE TO HER HEART AND ALWAYS TOOK TIME TO SHARE HIS WORDS WITH ANYONE SHE SPOKE WITH. MAXINE ENJOYED EMBROIDERING AND SPENDING TIME WITH HER FAMILY.
VISITATION FOR SISTER MAXINE WAS HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2000 FROM 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI. FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2000 AT 1 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS PROVIDING THE SERVICES. SERVING AS PALL BEARERS WERE ANNA VANCE, ELAINE BOYER, WRONDA SMITH, MICHELLE EMILY, MELISSA VANCE, DONNA GAMBLE AND MICHELLE BETS. BURIAL AND GRAVE SIDE SERVICES WERE HELD AT 1:45 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2000 AT THE HORINE CEMETERY IN RICHWOODS, MISSOURI UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

CARL LELAND WEISE
CARL LELAND WEISE FORMERLY OF BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI WAS BORN THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1959 IN KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI A SON OF MELBA (SINGLETON) WEISE AND ARTHUR WEISE. CARL DEPARTED THIS LIFE SUDDENLY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2000 AT THE AGE OF
FORTY- ONE YEARS, TWO MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS.
CARL IS SURVIVED BY HIS MOTHER, MELBA WEISE OF BISMARCK, MISSOURI; HIS FATHER, ARTHUR WEISE OF BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI; THREE SONS, JEREMY WEISE OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, CHRISTOPHER WEISE OF FARMINGTON AND JOSEPH WEISE OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON; TWO SISTERS, MILDRED ARBRUSTER OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AND VALORIE SMITH AND HUSBAND MIKE OF BISMARCK, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
CARL ENJOYED SPENDING HIS WORKING HOURS AS A AUTO MECHANIC, HE HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR DRAG RACING AND MOTOR CYCLES. HE TOOK GREAT PRIDE IN THE DETAIL AND TIME TO RESTORE AN AUTOMOBILE.
CARL HAD A GREAT SMILE THAT ALWAYS SEEMED TO BRIGHTEN THE MOMENT UP FOR THOSE WITH HIM. A KIND AND LOVING PERSON WHO WILL BE SADLY MISSED AND LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000, FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN IRONDALE.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2000, AT 3:00 P.M. AT THE CHAPEL WITH REVEREND FARON THEBEAU OFFICIATING.

MARY ELIZABETH SEIBERLICH
MARY ELIZABETH (SWIFT) SIMMONS SEIBERLICH Passed away SEPTEMBER 15, 2000, AT HER POTOSI, MISSOURI, HOME. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND BERNICE SWIFT, BORN ON FEBRUARY 8, 1920.
MARY WAS THE WIDOW OF OSCAR SIMMONS WHEN SHE MARRIED CY SEIBERLICH, WHO DIED IN 1987. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY BROTHERS, BUD AND STANLEY SWIFT OF POTOSI, AND HER SISTER, ANN BURCH OF ILLINOIS.
SURVIVORS INCLUDE HER SISTER, DOROTHY BUST PRICE OF POTOSI, AND BROTHERS, JIM AND WIFE, MARY LEE SWIFT OF WEBSTER GROVES, DON AND WIFE, BETTY SWIFT OF COLORADO, JERRY AND WIFE, JOYCE SWIFT OF FESTUS.
MARY WAS THE LOVING MOTHER TO SUSAN AND HUSBAND, RANDALL GRIGGS OF POTOSI, LOUIE AND WIFE, DEBBIE SEIBERLICH OF PARK HILLS, BETTY AND HUSBAND, LARRY MATHENIA OF CABOOL, JOHN SEIBERLICH OF POTOSI, RAY AND WIFE, DEBBIE SEIBERLICH OF POTOSI, AS WELL AS ELEVEN GRANDCHILDREN, EIGHT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND NUMEROUS NIECES AND NEPHEWS.
IN ADDITION TO HER FULL TIME ENDEAVORS AS A HOUSEWIFE AND MOTHER, MARY CO-OWNED SIMMONS HOTEL AND GRILL, SERVED AS A HOME ROOM MOTHER AT ST. JAMES CATHOLIC SCHOOL AND AS AN ELEMENTARY COOK FOR THE POTOSI SCHOOL DISTRICT. SHE AND HER FRIENDS PREPARED MANY MONDAY NIGHT DINNERS FOR THE POTOSI LIONS CLUB AS WELL. MOST RECENTLY SHE ENJOYED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EMPLOYMENT AT V.I.P. JEWELRY AND GIFTS WITH ROGER BILDERBACK.
MARY SEIBERLICH WAS INTRODUCED TO THE POLITICAL ARENA EARLY IN LIFE BY HER GRANDFATHER WHO SERVED AS A DEMOCRAT COUNTY JUDGE. IN THE 1940'S SHE HOSTED THEN SENATOR HARRY TRUMAN IN HER HOME AND SERVED AS POLLWORKER COVERING FOUR DECADES. SHE WAS PROUD TO CO- ORDINATE LOCAL CAMPAIGNS FOR SENATOR STUART SYMINGTON AND PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL JOHN KENNEDY. MARY WORKED AS A TAX AUDITOR FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY COLLECTOR, DEWEY DICKEY IN THE 1960'S AND REPORTED ELECTION RETURNS FOR THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
SHE WAS AN AVID BINGO PLAYER AND FISHER WOMAN WHILE MAKING CONTRIBUTIONS TO HER COMMUNITY IN THE FORM OF A PROPERTY DONATION FOR THE DR. THURMOND CITY PARK AND DONATING NUMEROUS BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERED QUILT BLOCKS THAT WERE GIVEN TO ST. JAMES CHURCH.
ON MARCH 2, 2000, THE MISSOURI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RECOGNIZED MARY SEIBERLICH WITH A RESOLUTION PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL ST. PATRICKS DAY DEMOCRAT DINNER IN WASHINGTON COUNTY. THE PRESENTATION RECOGNIZED HER QUALITIES AND PRACTICES THAT MADE HER "AN OUTSTANDING CITIZEN OF THE COUNTY". THE PROCLAMATION WAS SIGNED BY STEVE GAW, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE AND STATE REPRESENTATIVE, WAYNE CRUMP.
MARY WAS A KIND AND CARING LADY, WHO ALWAYS HAD A HELLO AND A SMILE TO EACH AND EVERYONE. SHE WILL BE SADLY MISSED BY HER MANY FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
VISITATION WAS HELD SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2000 FROM 2:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES. PRAYER SERVICES WERE HELD SUNDAY AT 7:00 P.M. WITH FATHER GEORGE GALOVICH. A FUNERAL MASS WAS CELEBRATED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2000 AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH FATHER GEORGE GALOVICH CELEBRATING. BURIAL WAS IN THE CALVARY Cemetery, POTOSI, MISSOURI AT 11:00 A.M. ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2000. SERVING AS PALL BEARERS WERE, BILL NOLAN, JASON SEIBERLICH, RYAN EDWARDS, STEVIE WALTON, MATT MATHENIA AND BRIAN GRAHAM. SERVICES WERE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

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