EARL FRED WALLSCHLAEGER OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN AT WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN ON JUNE 15, 1924. HE WAS THE SON OF THE LATE FRED AND HATTIE (MILLER) WALLSCHLAEGER. EARL DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN POTOSI, MISSOURI ON JANUARY 23, 2001 HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF SEVENTY SIX YEARS, SEVEN MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS.
EARL WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE DOROTHY (GRENNIER) WALLSCHLAEGER MUZIK ON FEBRUARY 24, 1943. TO THIS UNION FOUR CHILDREN WERE BORN.
HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON; FRED WALLSCHLAEGER AND WIFE CAROL OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; THREE DAUGHTERS; DARLENE LOEBEL OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA, RITA COSHENET AND HUSBAND DALE OF HARTLAND, WISCONSIN AND NANCY WALLSCHLAEGER-KHAN AND HUSBAND ATIQ OF FRANKLIN WISCONSIN; ONE SISTER; VIOLA BURG OF BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI; SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN AND EIGHT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN.
EARL ENJOYED TINKERING AND MANUFACTURING ALL TYPES OF ITEMS. WHEN ANYONE ASKED HIM WHAT HE WAS DOING, HE WOULD PROUDLY TELL THEM THAT HE WAS FABRICATING. HE WAS ALSO WELL KNOWN FOR HIS GARDENING SKILLS. EARL ALWAYS HAD SOMETHING GOOD TO SAY ABOUT HIS FELLOW MAN AND WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED BY THOSE WHO WERE PRIVILEGED TO KNOW HIM.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2001 FROM 5:30 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2001 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 10:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2001 AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH REVEREND BOB BULLOCK OFFICIATING. SERVING AS PALL BEARERS WERE TONY BURG, MARK WICKER, TERRY BURG, RON STRAUSER, LESTER WALL AND PAUL MILLER. BURIAL WAS IN THE SUNSET HILL CEMETERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
WILLIAM D. MUNSELLE
WILLIAM D. "BILL" MUNSELLE OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1924 IN CALIFORNIA. BILL DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE AGE OF SEVENTY- SIX YEARS, ELEVEN MONTHS AND ELEVEN DAYS AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2001.
BILL ENJOYED WALKING AROUND POTOSI SPEAKING WITH HIS MANY FRIENDS. IN THE LAST FEW YEARS AS HIS HEALTH FAILED BILL CHERISHED THE MANY TIMES FRIENDS WOULD STOP BY TO SAY HI OR TAKE HIM FOR A SHORT RIDE.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR BILL WERE HELD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2001 AT 10:00 A.M. WITH REV. CHARLES SEBASTAIN OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN THE CALVARY Cemetery, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI. A SPECIAL WORD AND THOUGHT FOR REV. SEBASTAIN FOR HIS SERVICE AND TO FATHER GEORGE GALOVICH FOR HIS KINDNESS.
Murlin "Bud" Graves
Murlin George "Bud" Graves of Potosi, Missouri was born at Potosi, Mo on June 20, 1927. He was the son of the late Clyde Graves and Emma (Benson) Dean. Bud departed this life at the Washington County Memorial Hospital in Potosi, Mo on February 16, 2001.
Bud was united in marriage to Patricia Franklin on March 3, 1954 in Cushing, Oklahoma.
He is survived by his wife Patricia A. (Franklin) Graves, two daughters; Lisa Graves and special friend Wayman DeClue of Potosi, Missouri, Susie Holt and husband Troy of St. Louis, Missouri, two sons; Jeff Graves and wife Darlene of Potosi, Missouri, Eddie Graves and wife Julie of Potosi, Missouri and one brother, Bill Graves and wife Gerry of Potosi, Missouri. Bud is also survived by nine grandchildren, Eddie and Murlin Graves, Lora and Aaron Dickey, Zach Graves, Katie Laramore, and Haley and Nicholas Holt, Brett DeClue and by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Bud was a WWII veteran having served in the United States Navy. Bud enjoyed spending time hunting and raising hunting dogs. He always had time to go four-wheeler riding through out the county. Bud was a long time self-employed electrician were he had served many of the local residents.
Bud had a great love for his family especially his grandchildren, each of them held a very dear place in his heart.
Visitation was held on Saturday, February 17. 2001, from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home in Potosi.
Funeral services were conducted Sunday, February 18, 2001, at 1:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home with Elder Leonard Compton officiating. Burial was in the New Masonic Cemetery under the direction of Moore Funeral Home, Potosi.
Serving as pallbearers were Eddie Graves, Murlin Graves, Troy Holt, Zach Graves, Kyle Compton, Roy Logsden, Wayman DeClue and R.J. Boyer.
DARWIN "CHIC" HUBBARD
DARWIN "CHIC" LINDELL HUBBARD OF POTOSI, MO, WAS BORN IN DESOTO, MO, ON AUGUST 30, 1922. HE WAS THE SON OF THE LATE OLLIE HUBBARD AND BERTHA (HENRY) WHALEY. DARWIN DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN POTOSI, MO, ON FEBRUARY 19, 2001 HAVING REACHED THE AGE OF SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND TWENTY DAYS.
DARWIN WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO DOLLY (HARTZELL) HUBBARD AND TO THIS UNION THEY HAD FOUR CHILDREN.
HE IS SURVIVED BY ONE DAUGHTER, JUDY TAYLOR AND HUSBAND JAMES OF SPANISH LAKE, MO; THREE SONS, RONNY HUBBARD AND WIFE SHARON OF BENTON, IL, JAMES HUBBARD AND WIFE SHARON OF LANSING, KS, AND RICHARD HUBBARD AND WIFE ELIZABETH OF FLORISSANT, MO. HE WAS ALSO SURVIVED BY TWO BROTHERS, LESTER HUBBARD OF MANCHESTER, MO, MELVIN HUBBARD AND WIFE CLARA HAZEL OF TX, EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN AND ELEVEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE GRANDSON, DEWIGHT HUBBARD, AND TWO SISTERS, LOLA BERRY AND VENITA WILSON.
CHIC HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HIS FAMILY AND ENJOYED SPENDING TIME WITH THEM. HIS COMMITMENT TO HIS COMMUNITY LED HIM TO BECOME INVOLVED IN CITY GOVERNMENT WHERE HE WAS ACTIVE FOR MANY YEARS.
CHIC ENJOYED WOOD WORKING ESPECIALLY WORKING WITH CLOCKS. CHIC ENJOYED TRAVELING AND CAMPING THROUGHOUT THE MIDWEST. CHIC LIVED ON LAKE EGYPT IN ILLINOIS FOR NINE YEARS, WHERE HE ENJOYED AND LOVED TO FISH.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2001, FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AT MOORE FUNERAL HOME IN POTOSI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE CONDUCTED WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2001, AT 11:00 A.M. WITH REVEREND JOHN EDWARDS OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN REDBUD MEMORIAL GARDENS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI.
SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE, MIKE HUBBARD, BUZZ MENEES, DWAYNE HUBBARD, GLENWOOD BERRY, RAY BOHANNON, TONY HUBBARD, JAMES TAYLOR AND WILLIAM BERRY.