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JAMES THOMPSON
JAMES HARRISON THOMPSON OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1918 IN ENOUGH, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE HENRY OLIVER THOMPSON AND GERTRUDE ELIZABETH (BENNETT) THOMPSON. JAMES DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT THE JOHN COCHRAN VETERANS MEDICAL CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2003 AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY-FOUR YEARS, NINE MONTHS AND TWENTY-FOUR DAYS.
JAMES IS SURVIVED BY TWO DAUGHTERS, SHIRLEY HARBISON AND HUSBAND EUGENE OF BISMARCK, MISSOURI AND ELIZABETH HARR OF MIDDLEBROOK, MISSOURI; ONE SON, JIM E. THOMPSON SR. AND WIFE LINDA OF CADET, MISSOURI; EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN; ELEVEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; ONE SISTER LOU ETTA MIDDLETON AND HUSBAND ELMER OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE BROTHER, FRANK THOMPSON AND WIFE DOROTHY OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE SISTER-IN- LAW, RUTH THOMPSON OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; A VERY DEAR AND SPECIAL FRIEND, LAURA BUB OF POTOSI, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS JAMES WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE ANNIE JANE (MONTGOMERY) THOMPSON IN 1998, ONE INFANT SON RUSSELL G. THOMPSON, ONE GRANDSON ROBERT DALE NELSON; ONE SISTER, MABEL MONTGOMERY AND ONE BROTHER RUSSELL THOMPSON.
JAMES SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN THE UNITED STATES MARINES DURING WORLD WAR 2 FROM JANUARY 30, 1944 TO JANUARY 12, 1946. JAMES WAS A MEMBER OF THE CADET BAPTIST CHURCH, THE POTOSI LIONS CLUB AND THE CALEDONIA VFW POST #4212.
JAMES ENJOYED GOING TO THE SAYERS SENIOR CENTER TO VISIT AND SHOOT POOL. HE WOULD RELAX TO READ THE BIBLE OR WORK A PUZZLE. HE WOULD ALWAYS TAKE SOME SPECIAL TIME TO WATCH WHEEL OF FORTUNE. JAMES NEVER REJECTED A CHANCE TO GO FISHING WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
VISITATIONS WAS HELD SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M TO 9:00 P.M. AND MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2003 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI. A MEMORIAL SERVICE WAS HELD SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 2002 AT 7:00 P.M. BY THE POTOSI LIONS CLUB.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2003 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, POTOSI, MISSOURI WITH THE REVEREND DON STRODTMAN OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PLAYED WERE ROCK OF AGES, WHEN THE ROLL IS CALLED UP YONDER AND SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE EDWARD HARR JR., RAYMOND HARR, EUGENE THOMPSON, TERRY THOMPSON, MIKE LITTON, ERVIN BREAKFIELD, LANCE BREAKFIELD AND JAMES W. THOMPSON. BURIAL WAS IN THE PILOT KNOB CEMETERY, PILOT KNOB, MISSOURI.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

SARAH LEE HAYS
SARAH LEE HAYS OF PARK HILLS, MISSOURI WAS BORN SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912 IN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. SARAH WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE BEULAH (NICHOLS) AND CARL EMMONS. SARAH DEPARTED THIS LIFE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2003 AT THE MINERAL AREA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AT THE AGE OF NINETY YEARS, EIGHT MONTHS AND TWENTY-SIX DAYS.
SARAH IS SURVIVED BY HER DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW RUTH LANELL AND CHARLES BROWN OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS; ONE SON AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW CARL AND JUDY EMMONS OF TAYLORSVILLE, KENTUCKY; DAUGHTER-IN-LAW JANICE HAYS OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW, MARGARET AND LES ARNO OF CARTERSVILLE, ARKANSAS; ONE BROTHER AND SISTER-IN-LAW, EDWARD AND MARTHA EMMONS OF RAYFORD, NORTH CAROLINA; EIGHT GRAND CHILDREN; SEVEN GREAT GRANDCHILDREN AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS, SARAH WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY ONE SON JIM HAYS; TWO SISTERS, PAULINE BRADLEY AND BETTY JEAN EMMONS AND TWO BROTHERS, THOMAS EMMONS AND DORSEY EMMONS.
SARAH WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE LADIES AUXILIARY, V.F.W. POST CORDIA HUMPHRY.
SARAH ENJOYED HER FAMILY AND LOVED FAMILY GATHERINGS WITH THEM ALL. EACH OF HER GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN HELD A VERY DEAR PLACE IN HER HEART. SARAH HAD MANY FRIENDS, SHE ALWAYS ENJOYED HER BINGO TIME WITH THEM.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2003 FROM 2:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2003 FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2003 AT 1:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH REVEREND RONNIE DEAN MCRAVEN OFFICIATING. BURIAL WAS IN THE REDBUD MEMORIAL GARDENS, POTOSI, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE DAVID HAYS, ALLAN HAYS, MATT CANTRELL, AUSTIN CANTRELL, CARL BROWN AND RAY GLORE. ARRANGEMENTS WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

RAMONA A. HARPER
RAMONA A. HARPER OF POTOSI, MISSOURI WAS BORN SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1935 AT SEDGEWICKVILLE, MISSOURI, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CLARENCE AND EULA (ROBINSON) BARTH. RAMONA DEPARTED THIS LIFE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2003 AT THE MISSOURI BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER AT THE AGE OF SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS, EIGHT MONTHS AND NINETEEN DAYS.
RAMONA WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO BOBBY G. HARPER ON MARCH 23, 1954 IN MINE LA MOTTE, MISSOURI. THEY WERE BLESSED TO HAVE FOUR CHILDREN BORN TO THE UNION.
RAMONA IS SURVIVED BY HER LOVING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND OF FORTY-NINE YEARS, BOBBY G. HARPER OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; THREE DAUGHTERS, SUSAN A. MAIZE OF PONTOON BEACH, ILLINOIS, JUDY K. FORBES AND HUSBAND NORMAN OF POTOSI, MISSOURI AND CINDY L. HARPER OF PONTOON BEACH, ILLINOIS; ONE SON ROBERT E. HARPER AND WIFE MONIE OF LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND; EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN, JANET ALEXANDER AND HUSBAND DARRYL, JESSE HARPER, JEREMY BAILEY AND WIFE HOLLY, CHRISTINE HARPER, DANIEL FORBES, AMBER HARPER, JOSEPH MAIZE AND SARAH FORBES; THREE GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, DEVIN, COBE AND MCKAY BAILEY; FORMER SON-IN-LAW, DREW BAILEY OF PONTOON BEACH, ILLINOIS; TWO SISTERS, MAXINE SEABAUGH AND HUSBAND LES OF PATTON, MISSOURI AND SYLVIA COOPER AND HUSBAND WILLARD OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AND BY MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
RAMONA WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE POTOSI SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH AND A MEMBER AND PAST PRESIDENT OF THE POTOSI LIONESS CLUB.
RAMONA ENJOYED DOING COUNTED CROSS STITCH AND CROCHETING. SHE LOOKED FORWARD TO HER TIME WHEN SHE COULD SETTLE IN AND READ OR WORK A WORD SEARCH PUZZLE. SHE WAS ALWAYS READY TO GRAB HER LAWN CHAIR TO ATTEND A SOFTBALL GAME WITH HER HUSBAND. RAMONA WAS A SELF-TAUGHT PIANO PLAYER AND PLAYED FOR THE HAPPY HEARTS QUARTET.
RAMONA'S FAMILY WAS VERY DEAR TO HER, EACH OF THEM HELD A VERY DEAR AND SPECIAL PLACE IN HER HEART. SHE MADE EVERY ATTEMPT TO ATTEND ANY OF THEIR ACTIVITIES AND ENJOYED SARAH'S DANCE RECITALS, DANIEL'S TRACK MEETS AND JUST SEEING HER FAMILY.
VISITATION WAS HELD FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 2003 FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 2003 AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH ELDER LEONARD COMPTON OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS WERE, WHAT A SAVIOR AND IN THE GARDEN. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE: ROBERT HARPER, DREW BAILEY, NORMAN FORBES, JANET ALEXANDER, JESSE HARPER, CHRISTINE HARPER, DANIEL FORBES AND JOSEPH MAIZE. SERVING AS HONORARY PALLBEARERS WERE JEREMY BAILEY, AMBER HARPER AND SARAH FORBES. BURIAL WAS IN THE RED BUD MEMORIAL GARDENS, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
A FELLOWSHIP DINNER WAS PROVIDED BY AND HELD AT THE POTOSI SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH FOLLOWING THE GRAVE SIDE RITES. MEMORIALS WERE REQUESTED TO THE AMERICAN DIABETES FOUNDATION.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

MARY AMMON
MARY AMMON OF FARMINGTON, MISSOURI WAS BORN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1915 IN LIMERICK, IRELAND, A DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MARY (SHIELS) O'CONNOR AND DANIEL O'CONNOR. MARY ENTERED INTO GOD'S KINGDOM TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2003 AT THE ASHBROOK MANOR, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS, NINE MONTHS AND FIFTEEN DAYS.
MARY WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO THE LATE ARTHUR M. AMMON ON DECEMBER 14, 1946 IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
MARY IS SURVIVED BY A VERY DEAR AND SPECIAL NIECE, MARY BOYER AND HUSBAND JOHN OF CADET, MISSOURI ALONG WITH THEIR FAMILY CLAYTON AND BILLIE, DOUGLAS AND MINDY AND RICHARD; NEPHEW DAN COOKE AND WIFE PIPPA OF ENGLAND; NIECE CAROL ALLARD AND HUSBAND JIM OF ENGLAND; TWO SISTERS, BRIDGET COOKE AND HUSBAND BILL OF WELWYN HERTS, ENGLAND AND JOAN HOLMES OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA; ONE BROTHER DANIEL O'CONNOR OF DESBOROUGH NORTHANTS, ENGLAND AND BY MANY OTHER SPECIAL RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HER PARENTS AND HUSBAND SHE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO SISTERS, BETTY O'REILLY AND ITA LYNCH; TWO BROTHERS, MICHAEL O'CONNOR AND JOHN O'CONNOR.
MARY HAD ACCEPTED CHRIST AND WAS A LONG TIME FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE ST. MARY MAGDALEN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AND ENJOYED SPENDING MANY HOURS VOLUNTEERING WITH THEIR QUILTING BEE. SHE BECAME A U.S. CITIZEN IN 1952. HER WORK HISTORY INCLUDED BEING A SEAMSTRESS AT LARGE STORES IN HER HOME COUNTRY OF IRELAND, IN ENGLAND AND IN NEW YORK. SHE ALSO WORKED IN THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY IN LONDON, ENGLAND AND REFERRED TO HERSELF AS A G. I. BRIDE.
TO RELAX, MARY ENJOYED WORKING CROSSWORD PUZZLES AND PLAYING BINGO.
MARY WAS A VERY LOVING AND OPEN HEARTED WOMAN, HER FAMILY WAS HELD VERY DEAR TO HER. EACH OF THEM SHINED LIKE A DIAMOND IN THE SUN. SHE WAS VERY ACTIVE IN THE BIRTHRIGHT AT ST. MARY MAGDALEN PARISH AND ALWAYS HELPFUL UNTIL HER HEALTH FAILED HER. SHE ENJOYED BEING AT ASH BROOK MANOR IN FARMINGTON WHERE SHE MET MANY NEW FRIENDS AND ALSO WHERE THEY MADE HER FEEL AT HOME. MARY LEFT THE CITY LIFE OF ST. LOUIS TO COME TO FARMINGTON TO LIVE WITH HER NEPHEW DOUG AND MINDY BOYER, SHE ENJOYED THE GIRLS AND DUE TO ANOTHER FALL SHE THEN HAD TO ENTER ASH BROOK.
MARY'S GREATEST WISH AND CONTINUED PRAYER WAS PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
VISITATION WAS HELD THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 2003 FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2003 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH FATHER TED PIEPER OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PLAYED FOR THE SERVICE WERE BE NOT AFRAID AND HOW GREAT THOU ART. BURIAL WAS HELD AT THE SUNSET MEMORIAL CEMETERY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2003 AT 2:00 P.M. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE JOHN BOYER, DOUG BOYER, RICH BOYER AND MINDY BOYER. MEMORIALS MAY BE DIRECTED TO BIRTH RIGHT, % ST. MARY MAGDALEN CATHOLIC CHURCH, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

JOHN WILLARD WARD
JOHN WILLARD WARD OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI WAS BORN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1943 IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE LAURA MARGARET (PRATT) WARD AND RUSSELL W. WARD. JOHN DEPARTED THIS LIFE SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 2003 AT HIS HOME AT THE AGE OF FIFTY-NINE YEARS, NINE MONTHS AND THIRTEEN DAYS.
JOHN WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO BILLIE JEAN HASE SEPTEMBER 10, 1977 IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
JOHN IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING AND DEVOTED WIFE OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS BILLIE JEAN WARD OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW, CHRISTAL JEAN HICKS AND RONNIE OF CADET, MISSOURI; TWO SONS, STACEY RAY WARD AND WIFE LISA OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI AND JAMES WAYNE SKAGGS AND FIANCE' BOBBI OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; ONE SISTER, BARBARA "PAT" ALLEN AND HUSBAND JIM OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; TWO BROTHERS, CARL EUGENE WARD AND WIFE VICKIE OF POTOSI, MISSOURI AND JERRY RAY WARD OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; FOUR GRANDCHILDREN, AMBER SKAGGS, HEATHER SKAGGS AND ALISHA WARD ALL OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI AND CHACE HICKS OF CADET, MISSOURI; A SPECIAL GREAT NIECE TIERRA HEDRICK AND BY MANY NIECES, NEPHEWS AND OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. IN ADDITION TO HIS PARENTS HE WAS ALSO PRECEDED IN DEATH BY TWO SISTERS, ALMA "PEG" MCFALL AND VIOLA DEAN; TWO BROTHERS, CHARLES WARD AND FLOYD WARD.
JOHN WILLARD WAS A FRIEND TO ANYONE IN NEED, HE WAS ALWAYS BEING THE HANDYMAN FOR PEOPLE AND ENJOYED WORKING AND HAVING FUN WITH ALL. JOHN LOVED TO SPEND TIME IN HIS YARD, CUTTING THE GRASS AND MANICURING IT TO ITS BEST. JOHN ALWAYS MADE TIME TO VISIT OR MAKE A SPECIAL TRIP TO A FRIENDS HOME TO SAY HI. HE HAD A GREAT HEART AND OPEN EARS FOR ANYONE IN NEED.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2003 FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2003 AT 11:00 A.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, POTOSI, MISSOURI WITH REV. J. D. BOYET OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PERFORMED BY DON AND JUNE DICKINSON WERE: "AMAZING GRACE" AND "ONE DAY AT A TIME." SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE: CARL WARD, RONNIE HICKS, TERRY HEDRICK, JAMES SKAGGS, ANDY HEDRICK AND CURT HARRISON. BURIAL WAS IN THE NEW DIGGINS CEMETERY, MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

BOBBY GENE MARLER
BOBBY GENE MARLER OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI WAS BORN SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1954 IN BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI A SON OF THE LATE FRANK AND WILMA (HART) MARLER. BOBBY DEPARTED THIS LIFE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2003 AT HIS HOME SURROUNDED BY HIS LOVING AND DEAR FAMILY AT THE AGE OF FORTY-NINE YEARS, SIX MONTHS AND ONE DAY.
BOBBY WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE TO EDNA MARIE AMES NOVEMBER 3, 1973 IN POTOSI, MISSOURI.
BOBBY IS SURVIVED BY HIS LOVING WIFE OF TWENTY-NINE YEARS EDNA MARIE MARLER OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI; THREE LOVING DAUGHTERS, ANNA BISHOP OF POTOSI, MISSOURI, WILMA MARLER OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI AND BOBBI MARLER OF MINERAL POINT, MISSOURI; TWO SISTERS, JANICE HAYS OF POTOSI, MISSOURI AND ANNETTE BEQUETTE AND HUSBAND MARK OF OLD MINES, MISSOURI; TWO BROTHERS AND SISTERS-IN-LAW, VERNON AND BRENDA MARLER OF POTOSI, MISSOURI AND JOE AND HOLLY MARLER OF NEW CARLISLE, OHIO; SEVEN LOVING AND DEAR GRANDCHILDREN, NICKIE BISHOP, VICKIE BISHOP, AMBER BISHOP, BOBBIE MISSEY, MICHAEL COURTWAY, ALEX NETHINGTON AND ALLEN NETHINGTON; BROTHER-IN-LAW, REV. JIM KELLEY OF POTOSI, MISSOURI; MANY NIECES, NEPHEWS AND OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. BOBBY WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS, TWO SISTERS VIRGINIA KELLEY AND JUDY MARLER AND ONE BROTHER-IN-LAW JIM HAYS.
BOBBY WAS BETTER KNOWN AS CHAWPAPPY BY HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. HE ENJOYED TALKING ON HIS C.B. RADIO TO HIS MANY FRIENDS AROUND THE AREA. BOBBY LOVED TO PLAY HIS GUITAR AND WAS WITH THE GROUP "CITY OF GOLD" GOSPEL MUSIC PERFORMERS. BOBBY LOVED TO SPEND TIME WITH HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS PLAYING HORSESHOES AND GOING CAT FISHING. BOBBY HAD A LARGE AND OPEN HEART FOR HIS FAMILY. HE WAS ALWAYS WILLING TO SPEND TIME WITH HIS GRANDCHILDREN AND EACH OF THEM HAD A VERY DEAR AND SPECIAL PLACE IN HIS HEART.
VISITATION WAS HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2003 FROM 5:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2003 FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE FUNERAL HOME, POTOSI, MISSOURI.
FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2003 AT 1:00 P.M. AT THE MOORE MEMORIAL CHAPEL WITH REVEREND JIM KELLY OFFICIATING. MUSICAL SELECTIONS PLAYED WERE HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY AND DADDY'S HAND. BURIAL WAS AT THE SUNSET HILL CEMETERY, POTOSI, MISSOURI. SERVING AS PALLBEARERS WERE DAVID HAYS, ALLAN HAYS, MARK AMES, JOE MARLER, BRYAN COURTWAY, ROBERT DRENNON, VERNON MARLER, DANNY COURTWAY AND FLOYD NETHINGTON.
SERVICES WERE ENTRUSTED TO THE CARE AND DIRECTION OF MOORE FUNERAL HOMES, POTOSI, MISSOURI.

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