|Curtis A. Allen
The funeral for Curtis Andrew Allen of Clermont, Fla., formerly of
Rockford, Ill., will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Lorberg Memorial Funeral
Chapel. The Rev. Andy Pratt will officiate. Burial will be in Lorimier
Cemetery with full military honors.
Friends may call at the chapel after 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Mr. Allen, 75, died Thursday, September 30, 1999, at South Lake Memorial
Hospital in Clermont.
He was born May 10, 1924, at Greenville, Mo., son of Daniel C. and
Martha Hughes Allen.
Mr. Allen retired as a machinist with Automobile Clutch Company. He
was a member of Elim Baptist Church in Rockford, Ill.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and received a Purple
Heart, and other medals. Survivors include his wife, Helen L. (Askew) Allen;
a son, Charles Allen and his wife, JoAnn of Rockford, Ill.; a sister, Lillie
Chiles and her husband Earl of St. Louis; a granddaughter, Lisa Pass and
her husband Dan of Rockford, Ill.; a grandson, Corey Allen and his wife
Marilyn of Rockford, Ill.; and one great granddaughter, Alexis Allen of
Rockford, Ill. He was preceded in death by two brothers.
Betty Jo Walters
JACKSON: Betty Jo Walters, age 69 of Jackson, passed away Wednesday,
October 6, 1999 at the St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She
was born December 27, 1929 in San Antonio, Texas, the daughter of Dora
Wolfe Germain. On May 7, 1955, she married Ralph M. Walters and he survives.
Other survivors are 3 sons, George Walters of Huntsville, Alabama,
David Walters of Jackson and Roger Walters of Memphis, Tennessee; 2 daughters,
B.J. Abernathy of Cape and Nancy Fadler of Jackson; 1 brother, Jim Germain
of Hauton, Louisiana; 1 half-sister, Dormae Werner of Cape and 3 grandchildren,
Pamela Walters, Kyleigh Walters and Evan Walters. Mrs. Walters was preceded
in death by her mother.
Mrs. Walters served in the United States Air Force from May, 1952-October,
1955 during the Korean War. She was a member of the American Legion Post
#133 in Perryville, and Women's Auxiliary VFW Post #3838 in Cape Girardeau.
She was a former member and President of the Cape Girardeau County Extension
in Jackson and also a former member of the Cape Girardeau County 4-H Club.
She was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Pocahontas, Missouri.
Friends may call between 4:00-8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 8th at the
McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. The funeral service will be Saturday,
October 9th, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Pocahontas with interment in
the church cemetery. The Rev. Howard Mueller will officiate. There will
be an Honor Guard Service at the cemetery performed by the VFW Post #3838
of Cape Girardeau. Expressions of sympathy may be given to the American
Cancer Society or the St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. John P. Huckabay
Dr. John P. Huckabay, age 71, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct.
6, 1999 at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born September 24, 1928
in Paris, Tex., son of Ben M. Huckabay and Frances M. Moore. He married
Beverly Bray on January 2, 1987 in Cape Girardeau.
He attended grade school in Greenville, Tex. and Antlers, Oklahoma.
He graduated from Antlers High School in 1947. He attended Cameron State
College in Lawton, Oklahoma from 1958-1962 and Oklahoma State University
in Stillwater, Oklahoma from 1964-1966. He received his Bachelor of Science
degree from Southeastern State College, Durant, Oklahoma, with a major
in Biology, in May, 1955. He received the Master of Science degree from
the Oklahoma State University with a major in Botany, in May, 1960 and
completed the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in May,
Dr. Huckabay's professional experience consisted of serving in the
U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict from November 1950, to October 1952.
He also served as a graduate teaching and research assistant, Department
of Botany and Plant Pathology at Oklahoma State University from 1955-1958;
was Instructor and Chairman of Biology at Cameron State College, Lawton,
Oklahoma from 1958-1962; was participant, National Science Foundation Academic
Year at Oklahoma State University from 1962-1963; served as three-quarter
time instructor in biology at Oklahoma State University from 1964-1966.
From 1966-1969, he was an Assistant Professor at Southeast Missouri State
University and an Associate Professor from 1969 to 1971 and in 1971 received
his tenure and became Professor in 1971 until he retired in 1995. He was
a Department Chair from 1972 until 1978.
He was also a member of Oklahoma Academy of Science, American Association
for the Advancement of Science, Botanical Society of America, International
Association for Plant Taxonomy, Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi and American Institute
of Biological Science.
Dr. Huckabay is survived by his wife, Beverly Huckabay of Cape Girardeau;
one daughter, Janey Huckabay of Richardson, Tex.; one son, John P. Huckabay
Jr. preceded him in death in 1982; he is also survived by one brother,
Ben M. Huckabay, Jr. of Antlers, Okla.; one stepson, James and his wife
Cindy Bray of Nashville, Tenn.; one step-grandson, Alex Bray of Nashville.
He was also preceded in death by two sisters.
Visitation will be at Mt. Auburn North Chapel on Thursday, Oct. 7,
1999 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at Mt. Auburn
North Chapel on Friday, Oct. 8, 1999 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Clayton Smith
officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Barney James E. Lipscomb
Barney James E.Lipscomb, 68 of Cape Girardeau, died Tuesday, October
5, 1999 at his home. He was born June 22, 1931 in New Orleans, La., the
son of James Ellis and Hattie Fred Langley Lipscomb. He married Dixie Aulds
August 2, 1952 in Calhoun, La.
Mr. Lipscomb was a visual merchandising manager for Sears in Monroe,
La. 1954 to 1963 and then in Cape Girardeau 1963 to 1980 at which time
he retired. Previously, he had also worked five years for JCPenney. He
was a member of B.P.O. Elks #639 in Cape. In addition, he was of the Baptist
Survivors include his wife, Dixie Lipscomb, of CApe Girardeau; two
daughter, Dianne Lipscomb-Fritz of Jacksonville, Fa., and Phyllis Lipscomb
of Cape Girardeau; three brothers, Thomas G. Lipscomb and Frank P. Lipscomb
of Monroe, La., and David R. DeLand of Camden, Ark., two sisters, Rose
Marie Lucas of Sulphur Rock, Ark., and Elizabeth "Betty Ann" Snyder of
Clinton, La.; two grandchildren, Dawn Marshall-Anglin of Ellisville, and
Matthew Kraichely of Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; two great grandchildren,
Mason Marshall and Riley Anglin of Ellisville.
Memorial service will be held Saturday, October 9, 1999 at Ford &
Sons Mt. Auburn Funeral Home with the Rev. Cy Smith officiating.
Billy Don Little, 62, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Oct. 4, 1999,
at Southeast Missouri Hospital.
He was born July 24, 1937, in Cape Girardeau, son of Theodore and Lillian
Sander Little. He and Carol Keesee were married March 21, 1959, in Sandusky,
Little retired as a driller from Westlake Quarry in Scott City, where
he worked more than 30 years. He was a maintenance worker two years at
McDonald's Restaurants in Cape Girardeau and Jackson.
He was a member of Bethel Assembly of God Church, and Labor Local 282.
Survivors include his wife; a son and daughter-in-law, Troy D. and
Debbie Little of Cape Girardeau; a daughter and son-in-law, Shelly and
Scott Williams of Farmington; his mother, Lillian Little of Scott City;
two brothers, Dean Little of Chaffee, Jerry Little of Scott City; and three
grandchildren, Amy and Casey Little of Cape Girardeau, and Landon Williams
Friends may call at Ford and Sons Mt. Auburn Chapel from 4-8 p.m. today.
Funeral will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel, with Dr. C.J. Campbell
officiating. Burial will be in Cape County Memorial Park.
Lorraine Darby Broyles
Lorraine Darby Broyles, daughter of Charles Marion and Byrd Fox Darby
was born in Sikeston, Mo., on January 18, 1907, and died at St. Francis
Hospital in Cape Girardeau, Mo., on October 3, 1999, at the age of 92 years
8 months and 15 days. She lived in Sikeston and Essex until 1921 when her
family moved to Dexter, Mo., where she lived until 1992, when she moved
to cApe Girardeau, Mo., to be near her family.
She was graduated from Dexter High School, William Woods College and
from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education.
After teaching two years in Dexter Grade School, she taught for several
years in Poplar Bluff Junior High School and Senior High School.
On December 26, 1937, she was married to Eugene Hunt Broyles in Dexter,
Mo. and to this union one daughter was born. Mr. Broyles preceded her in
death on September 6, 1988. She was also preceded in death by her parents
and one brother, Marion Fox Darby and one nephew, Samuel Marion Darby.
Surviving include one daughter, Doris Jean Broyles Arnold and son-in-law
Gary M. Arnold, one grandson, Rodney Gary Arnold, one granddaughter, Cynthia
Drucilla Arnold, one great-granddaughter, Alicia Christine Arnold and one
great-grandson Preston Gary Arnold, all of Cape Girardeau. She is survived
by one sister Doris Darby Evans, one nephew, Charles R. Evans and one niece,
Mary Shannon Darby all of Las Vegas, Nev. and several other nieces and
nephews and many relatives and friends.
At the age of 14 she became a member of the United Methodist Church
in Dexter, Mo., and in 1992 became a member of the Centenary United Methodist
Church in Cape Girardeau, Mo. and remained a member until her death.
Visitation will be Thursday evening 5:00-8:00 p.m. at Rainey Funeral
Chapel in Dexter. Services will be on Friday, October 8, 1999, at 2:00
p.m. at Rainey Funeral Chapel in Dexter, Mo. with the Reverend Dr. Clayton
L. Smith of Centenary United Methodist Church of Cape Girardeau and the
Reverend Fred Leist of Dexter United Methodist Church officiating. Interment
will be in Dexter Memorial Cemetery.
J.W. "Brownie" McBride
J.W. "Brownie" McBride, age 84, died Thursday, Sept. 30, 1999, at his
home. He was born Oct. 17, 1914 in Cape Girardeau, the son of Talmage D.
and Martha E. (Lynch) McBride. His wife of 62 years, Dorothy L. (Price)
McBride, preceded him in death.
Mr. McBride worked for Marquette Oil Co. from 1936 to 1941; was an
independent fuel oil dealer for Kelso Oil Co. from 1941 to 1952. Her served
three terms, from 1952 to 1964, as Cape Girardeau Parks & Finance Commissioner.
From 1961 to 1966 he was the lessor of Jaycee Golf Course and from 1970
to 1989 served as the Truant Officer for Cape Girardeau Public Schools.
He was a member of TPA, AARP, a Booster of the Capaha baseball team,
a Life Deacon of First Christian Church and a Meals on Wheels Volunteer.
Mr. McBride is survived by one son, Robert McBride of Cape Girardeau;
four daughters, Kay McBride of Cape Girardeau, Mary Randall of Fort Worth,
Tex., Terry Russell of Cape, and Jill McLean of Paris, Tenn.; three grandsons,
Darren Randall of Bermuda, Brad Randall of Wichita Falls, Tex. and Eric
Russell of Sikeston; one granddaughter, Jennifer D. McBride of Boston,
Mass.; one great-granddaughter, Seanna Randall of Bermuda; and one great
grandson, Levi Russell of Sikeston.
Visitation will be from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m. Friday at Lorberg Memorial
Funeral Chapel in Cape Girardeau. Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999 at Lorberg Memorial Funeral Chapel with Rev. Philip
N. Curran and Rev. Larry Gray officiating. Burial will follow at Fairmont
The family requests donations be made to Southeast Hospice and/or the
First Christian Church of Cape Girardeau.
Naomi Ghent McCallister
ORAN - Naomi Ghent McCallister of Oran, 84, died Tuesday morning, Sept.
28, 1999, in Branson, while traveling with her daughters, Raona Miller
Hentz of Poplar Bluff, Stephanie McCallister Turek of Fenton and her sister,
Sue Wornica of Oran.
She was born on Feb. 20, 1915, in Oran, to Anna Kathryn and Grover
Cleveland Ghent, who preceded her in death.
On Oct. 25, 1947, she married Ebon Andrew McCallister, who preceded
her in death on Oct. 4, 1994.
Also surviving are her son-in-law, Dennis Turek; grandchildren (to
whom she was known as "Nonnie"), Robert (Maureen) Hentz of Kansas City,
Kurt (Suzanne) Hentz of St. Louis, Kathryn Hentz of Milwaukee, Wis., Rory
Hentz of Bismark, N.D., Kristen Hentz (Randy) Doepke of Chicago, Ill.,
Shannon Hentz (Tim) Kieny of Memphis, Tenn., and Christopher and Jonathan
Turek of Fenton; and nine great-grandchildren.
Also preceding her in death were a sister, Virginia Mae Harder; her
brother, Grover Cleveland Ghent Jr.; son-in-law, William G. Hentz; and
grandson, Rick A. Hentz.
She was elected to nine two-year terms as city collector of Oran and
served until 1974. After this, she worked with other citizens to set up
a non-profit corporation for the purpose of securing rental property for
senior citizens. She was a charter member of that board of directors, also
serving as its secretary and treasurer. Later, she was appointed executive
secretary of the reestablished Housing Authority of Oran. When the federal
government mandated a planning and zoning commission for Oran, she prepared
the grant application and became the commission secretary.
She enjoyed planning of and participating in all activities of her
community, including its first Christmas decorations and Centennial planning.
She was a member of the Chamber of Commerce for 45 years. She received
both their Past Achievement and Woman of the Year awards.
A member of Guardian Angel Catholic Church, Naomi was a past president
of the Guardian Angel Parish Council, was church treasurer for many years
and a member of St. Ann's Sodality. She was a past member of the Oran Library
In 1932-33 she was captain of the championship Oran Eagles basketball
team and was named to Missouri and Northern Arkansas all-star teams.
She enjoyed traveling with her family, reading, playing bridge and
was a member of the Oran/Painton Bridge Club for more than 50 years.
Visitation will be after 5 p.m. Friday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel
in Oran, where a prayer vigil is scheduled for 7 p.m.
The funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at Guardian
Angel Catholic Church in Oran by the Rev. Frederick J. Lutz of St. Joseph's
Parish in Advance. The Rev. Michael V. McDevitt of Sacred Heart Parish
in Poplar Bluff will serve as concelebrate.
Burial will follow in Guardian Angel Catholic Cemetery.
Myrtle M. Gilles
Myrtle M. Gilles of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Sept. 30, 1999, at
Southeast Missouri Hospital.
She was born Sept. 26, 1922, in Cape Girardeau County, the daughter
of George and Elizabeth Goode. She married Cletis O. Gilles on July 27,
1940, in Cape Girardeau County.
She was a housewife. She was a member of the Cape Girardeau Eagles
Aerie 3775 and a member of the Iona Baptist Church in Oriole.
She is survived by her husband; a daughter, Carolyn S. Poe, wife of
Ronald W. Poe of Jackson; a grandson, Ronald W. Poe II, husband of Rhonda
Sue Poe of Cape Girardeau; a granddaughter, Robyn Taylor, wife of Bruce
Taylor of Scott City; a great-grandson, Rodney W. Poe; and a sister, Martha
Lutes of Millersville.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, a sister and a great-grandson.
Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. today at Lorberg Memorial Funeral
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the chapel.
Burial will be at Lorimier Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Earl Bess, Bill Pratt, Manuel Oliver, Elsworth
Statler, Ronnie Pratt and Rodney Poe.
Robert G. Williamson
Robert G. Williamson age 71 of Jackson, Mo. passed away at his home
Monday, Sept. 27, 1999.
He was born June 6, 1928 the son of the late Russell "Buck" and Mae
He married the former Betty Riehn July 29, 1953 and she survives of
Jackson. One son and daughter-in-law survives, James and Staci Williamson
of Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Also two daughters and a son-in-law, Ms. Sheree
Williamson of Jackson and Donna and Dr. James Wills of Jackson; three brothers,
Jimmy and Cline Williamson of Cape Girardeau and Tony Williamson of Jackson;
two sisters, Dorothy Stapp of St. Peters and Rosetta Schuessler of Overland,
Mo.; four grandchildren, Alica Riley, Jared Riley, Justin Williamson and
Carlee Williamson. Also two step-grandchildren, Calen and Cole Wills.
Mr. Williamson worked for the former Davis Electric Co. of Cape Girardeau
for 25 years and for the past 11 years for D-W Tools of Cape Girardeau.
He served in the Air Force from 1952 through 1956, was a member of the
American Legion in Jackson and member of the New Bethel Baptist Church
near Pocahontas, Mo.
Visitation will be from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the McCombs Funeral Home
in Jackson, Mo. with funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the funeral
home. Burial will be in the Niswonger Cemetery near Millersville, Mo. with
Dr. Brian Anderson.
The American Legion will have the Honor Guard Service at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Jerry and Mark Riehn, Larry Leimbach, Jared and
Dean Riley and Jon Buchheit.
Friends are requested to donate memorials to the Niswonger Cemetery
or the Southeast Hospice Program.
Grace I. Hobbs
Grace I. Hobbs, 86 of Springfield, Mo. passed away at 4:40 a.m. Tuesday,
September 28, 1999, in Cox-South. Grace was born April 14, 1913 in Cape
Girardeau County, MO. to the late Gustav L. and Anna Abernathy Heise.
Grace married Willard A. Hobbs July 20, 1932. She had lived in Springfield
since 1957. She was a member of the Springfield Women's Golf Association,
the Daughter's of the American Revolution, Tri Psi, the mothers club of
Delta Delta Delta sorority and St. Paul United Methodist Church. She was
preceded in death by her parents and her husband.
Grace is survived by a daughter, Martha Barnes; a daughter and her
husband Rebecca and Charles Porter all of Springfield, Mo.; a daughter,
Jean Springmeier, Florissant, Mo.; a sister Lillian Cundiff, Tampa, Fla.;
a sister Nelda Hobbs, Chicago, Ill.; six grandchildren, Laura Jones, Marci
Allen, Julia Springmeier, Charles Porter Jr.; Patty Porter, Stephanie McCormick
and eleven great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, September 30, 1999,
in Gorman-Scharpf Brentwood Chapel with the Reverends Paul Lanning and
Ralph Prosser officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Cape
Girardeau, Mo. on Friday, October 1, 1999 at 11:00 a.m. No visitation is
scheduled, however friends may call after 1:00 p..m. Wednesday in the funeral
home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association,
1675-N East Seminole, Springfield, Mo. 65804.
Frank Woodrow Kinder
DELTA - Frank Woodrow Kinder, 86, of Delta died Friday, Sept. 24, 1999,
at the family home.
He was born on Oct. 6, 1912, at Laflin, son of George Burrette and
Annie Margarete McCormick Kinder.
He worked for the Missouri Pacific Railway Co. on the bridge gang for
10 years. He also worked for Superior Concreters and Labor Union 282. He
retired in 1975 as a concrete laborer.
He married Viola L. Angle on Dec. 27, 1941.
Survivors include his wife of the home; a son and daughter-in-law,
Ivis F. and Nelda Jean Kinder of Delta; a brother and sister-in-law, John
and Pearl Kinder of Allenville; sisters Mary Hahn and Jewel Ross of Chaffee,
and Wilma Revelle of Pekin, Ill., and sister Margaret Birkman and brother-in-law
William Birkman of Advance Route 1, and sister-in-law Cloia Kinder of Randles;
a grandson, Bryan F. Kinder and his wife, Anita, of Chaffee; a granddaughter,
Kimberly J. King and her husband, Bruce, of Jackson; and two great-grandchildren,
River and Forest King of Jackson.
His parents, a brother, Wesley Kinder, and an infant brother preceded
him in death.
Friends may call at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee after 4
Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral chapel.
The Rev. Dan Baggett will officiate. Burial will be in Union Park Cemetery
Bryan Kinder, J.C. Cook, Bruce King, Ted Ross, Terry Ross and Chris
Kinder will serve as pallbearers. David Townsend and Wesley Kinder Jr.
will serve as honorary pallbearers.
Paul H. Thiessen
Paul H. Thiessen, 72, died very unexpectedly of an aneurysm Tuesday,
September 21, 1999 at Providence Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska.
A memorial service will be held at the Kingdom Hall, 2301 Strawberry
Road in Anchorage on Saturday, September 25, 1999. Long time friend and
local minister, Richard Baker, will preside.
Paul was born April 3, 1927 in Gaza, IA. He took his bride, Alice Solheim,
November 30, 1954 in Sioux City, IA. They moved to Poplar Bluff, Mo., where
their only child, Jeffrey, was born in 1955. They lived there until 1960
when they moved to Cape Girardeau, Mo. In 1968 they fulfilled Paul's lifelong
dream to settle in Alaska, moving to Ketchikan, where they lived for 12
years before relocating to Anchorage in 1980.
Paul was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in 1951 and served
in various capacities of oversight for 44 years. He came to Anchorage in
1979 to serve at the Alaska Branch of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society,
an assignment he enjoyed until his death.
Paul worked as a builder and masonry contractor until his retirement
in 1989. in recent years he has been known to many as the Carpet Express
Man. His skill as a craftsman was greatly appreciated, especially helping
in the construction of quickly built Kingdom Halls in Alaska and the Yukon
He endeared himself to many by spending much time sharing his Bible
knowledge and abilities helping others to have a relationship with their
Creator, Jehovah God. Whether working secularly or in the ministry, he
endeared himself to many through his compassion and humor. He loved Alaska.
His travels in the ministry and recreationally took him to all parts of
the state. He had a wide range of interests including fishing, gardening,
collecting nautical treasures and Alaskan artifacts, reciting Robert Service
poetry, reading and sharing the north country tales of author, James Hendryx
and challenging anyone who came around to a game of cribbage. His smoked
salmon was 'legendary' and he always sent some back home with anyone who
visited. He and Alice entertained many friends from around the world and
shared with them the Alaskan experience.
They were also known for their many gatherings which often included
a sing-a-long ending with "Those Were the Days My Friend, We Thought They'd
Never End..." His confidence was that, even if his days should end prematurely
in this old system of things, he would be resurrected to a beautiful earthly
paradise soon to be a reality made possible through the ransom sacrifice
of God's son, Jesus Christ.
Paul was unique. For old and young alike, he had the knack of making
you feel like you were 'the one'. The amazing thing was that he could remember
and would recall with each individual their personal "code of communication,"
perhaps a special nickname, a certain phrase or look, or a standing joke
Survivors include his wife, Alice of Anchorage; his son and his wife,
Jeff and Melanie Thiessen of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; grandchildren, Tasha
and Jordan of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; his brothers and sisters-in-law, Carl
and Blanche Thiessen of Spencer, IA,; Danny and Barbara Thiessen of Escondido,
Calif.; Richard and Sally Thiessen of Brooklyn, NY.; sisters Helma Kuske,
of Escondido, Calif.; Penny Thiessen of Denver, Colo.; Magdalene and Bob
Lucas of Sioux City, IA. He had so many nieces, including Deborah Jennings
of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and nephews whom he loved so dearly as well as
numerous friends from all over the world.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in his memory to 'Watchtower'
at 2552 E 48th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99507 and labeled "disaster relief fund."
Thomas Walter Haynie, 71, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 8, 1999,
at St. Francis Medical Center.
He was born on Feb. 11, 1928, at McGee, the son of Roy Charles and
Myrtle Pearl McGee Haynie.
He married Laura Marie Burrell on Nov. 25, 1948, at Osceola, Ark.
He was an equipment supervisor for R.B. Potashnick Construction. He
worked for the company for 44 years.
Survivors include his wife of Cape Girardeau; three daughters, Cheryl
"Sherry" Watkins of Southaven, Miss., Bonnie L. Daugherty of Cape Girardeau
and Rebekah L. Hoffmann of Highland, Ill.; three brothers, James D. Haynie
of Alpharetta, Ga., and Mack D. Haynie and Roy C. Haynie Jr. of Advance;
two sisters, Virginia Finn of New Johnsonville, Tenn., and Dorothy Hill
of Hazelwood, Mo.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
He was a member of Lynwood Baptist Church.
He was a graduate of Zalma High School and had lived in Cape Girardeau
He was a 32nd-degree Mason with St. Mark's Lodge and past president
of the Scottish Rite Club.
He enjoyed restoring farm tractors.
Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. today at Ford and Sons Mt. Auburn Chapel
where Masonic rites will be held at 7 p.m.
Funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral chapel.
The Rev. Mark Anderson will officiate. Burial will follow in Memorial