|Velma R. Kamler
Velma R. Kamler of Gerald, Mo., formerly of Sullivan, Mo., passed away
on Thursday, November 9, 2000 at the age of 79 years.
Mrs. Kamler was born on August 11, 1921 in Bloodland, Mo. (currently
known as Ft. Leonard Wood) to the late Arthur Bert and Cora Agnes (Hance)
Firestine. Following her upbringing in the Bloodland area, she moved as
a young woman to St. Louis, where she lived for approximately thirty years.
On February 10, 1945 she was joined in marriage to Ralph W. Kamler, and
to this union four children were born.
In the early 1970s Mrs. Kamler and her family moved to the Sullivan
area. She continued living there until 1977, when she moved to Gerald.
Throughout her adult life, Velma helped support her family by working outside
of the home at times. Her primary vocation, however, was serving her family
as a dedicated wife, mother, and homemaker.
She was a member of Old Argo Presbyterian Church, and also a member
of the Royal Neighbors of America. Velma enjoyed crocheting, walking, bird
watching, and eating out at Chinese restaurants. She will always be cherished
and remembered as a wonderful and giving mother, who carried a special
love in her heart for all of her grandchildren.
She is survived by two sons, Larry Kamler of Gerald and Gary Kamler
and wife, Laura, of Sullivan; two daughters, Agnes Voss and husband, Roger,
of Linn, Mo. and Pamela Fink and husband, Kevin, of Bourbon, Mo.; five
grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, one brother-in-law, Marvin Kamler
and wife, Reba, of Fenton, Mo., a special aunt, Ethel Reifer of Owensville,
Mo., nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Kamler was preceded in death by her
husband, Ralph, three brothers, Archie, Willie, and Tommy Firestine, three
sisters, Carrie Thompson, Mable Wade, and Cora Wade, and also additional
brothers and sisters who died in infancy.
Funeral services were conducted at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 12,
2000 from the Chapel of the Eaton Funeral Home in Sullivan with Pastor
Terry Palmer officiating. Interment was in Argo Cemetery. If desired, contributions
may be made to the Argo Presbyterian Church in memory of Velma R. Kamler.
Lorraine Doris Radford
Lorraine Doris Radford of Bourbon, Missouri was born on June 5, 1924
at St. Louis, Missouri to the union of Albert Dennis Holtz and Nellie Elizabeth
Holtz nee Burkhardt and passed away on November 9, 2000 at Cuba, Missouri
at the age of 76 years five months and four days.
On June 14, 1942 Lorraine was united in marriage to Francis B. Radford.
Three children, Forrest, Sharon and Frances, was born to this union. Lorraine
and Francis were happily married until he preceded her in death on May
Lorraine was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, Gary Holtz
and one grandson Matthew D. Wirz.
She was a faithful member of the Bourbon First Baptist Church, Bourbon,
Missouri and a member of the Three Mile Extension Club.
Lorraine was an active member in her community until her health started
to fail. She was always willing to help anyone that needed her help.
Those who survive to mourn her passing from this life are her loving
son Forrest "Sonny" Radford and wife Nona; two daughters Sharon Rhodes
and husband Jim and Frances Paquet and husband Gary; four sisters Bernice
Watson and husband Don, Glorine Derrick, Esther Walker and Lois Malyor;
13 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives
and many friends.
Lorraine was a devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother,
sister, good friend to all who knew her and will be sadly missed.
Lorraine D. Radford was in state at the Eaton Funeral Home, Bourbon,
Funeral services were held on Sunday, November 12, 2000 at 2 p.m. at
the Bourbon First Baptist Church, Bourbon, Missouri with Rev. Mike King
Interment was in the Hodge-Enloe Cemetery, Bourbon, Missouri.
Memorials to the Bourbon First Baptist Church.
All arrangements were under the direction of the Britton Funeral Home
of Cuba, Missouri.
Georgina Marie White
Georgina Marie White was born January 6, 1955 to George Guenther and
Wilma Frevele Guenther in Garden City, Michigan and departed this life
suddenly Wednesday, October 25, 2000 at Columbia University Hospital in
Columbia, Mo. of a Cerebral Hemorrhage at the age of 45 years, 9 months
and 19 days.
Georgina married Dorian Kulesar and to this union one daughter, April,
was born. Georgina later married Charles K. White on April 18, 1992 and
to this union one daughter, Jennifer, was born. She, Charles, April and
Jennifer moved to Steelville from Pittsburgh, Kansas in 1985 where they
made their home together on Liberty Road east of Steelville, Mo.
Georgina enjoyed crafts, tending her flowers, and loved taking care
of her grandchildren. She served as a Girl Scout Leader for several years;
and also received a certification from Rolla Vo-Tech School in Secretarial
She is preceded in death by her father George A. Guenther.
Those who remain to mourn her passing are her loving husband Charles;
two daughters April Hacke and husband David of Dearborn, Michigan; and
Jennifer White of the home in Steelville, Mo.; her mother Wilma Guenther
of Steelville, Mo.; her stepchildren, Charles White, Jr. and wife Judy
of Steelville, Mo.; Pam Ramo and husband Steve of Arnold, Mo.; Phyllis
Talley of Jerseyville, Illinois; and Mary Foster of Jerseyville, Illinois.
Thirteen grandchildren and step-grandchildren; two brothers Elmer Guenther
of Westland, Michigan; and Larry Guenther and wife Tina of Westland, Michigan;
three sisters, Linda Smith and husband Walter of Inkster, Michigan; Helen
Ochalek and husband Terry of Wayne, Michigan; and Clara Manhart of Inkster,
Her brother-in-law and sisters-in-law Beverly and Earl Salzmann of
Arnold, Mo.; and Alda Gray of Cuba, Mo.; nieces, nephews, cousins, other
relatives and many friends all who will fondly remember and sadly miss
Georgina Marie White.
Visitation was held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday, October 27,
2000 at the Hutson Funeral Home in Steelville, Mo.
Funeral services were held 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 28, 2000 at
the Hutson Funeral Chapel in Steelville, Mo. with Pastor Jerry Beers officiating.
Amazing Grace and In The Garden were sung by Associate Pastor Miss Diane
Weber, accompanied on the piano by Sharon Hardecke.
Pallbearers were Larry Guenther, Elmer Guenther, Terry Ochalek, Junior
Chandler, Brian White, and Chris Schonfield.
Burial was in the Liberty Cemetery east of Steelville, Mo.
All arrangements were under the direction of the Hutson Funeral Home
in Steelville, Mo.
Mable Jane Brown
Mable Jane Brown (nee Lea) was born Sunday, March 14, 1909, a daughter
of the late William Lea and Ella Josephine (Wood) Lea. She entered eternal
rest Wednesday, November 22, 2000, in the Phelps County Regional Medical
Center, Rolla, Mo., at the age of 91 years, 8 months and 8 days.
Mable was born and raised in Scotia, Mo. During the 1920's when times
were hard she left home to seek employment in St. Louis, where she became
the nanny of two small boys. In the 1930's she moved to help her parents
run their family business, a general store at Hoflin, Mo., just east of
Cuba, where she served the community as Postmaster.
During the early 1940's she attended a dance at Leasburg and was escorted
home by a gentleman and a short time later, they eloped in Union, Mo. She
and Clarence M. Brown, son of R. Spain Brown and Mollie (Slovensky) Brown
were married November 12, 1941. One son and two daughters were born to
After their marriage they lived on the homesteaded Brown Family Farm
six miles east of Steelville.
During the 60's and 70's after raising her children, she was employed
at Greigs Supermarket for many years where she always greeted customers
and fellow workers with kindness and a smile.
After the death of Clarence in 1983 she left the family farm and in
1985 moved into the Steelville Homes Apartments where she remained until
Her hobbies included cooking, sewing, crocheting, quilting, and she
enjoyed growing flowers and having a large garden.
Among those who remain to mourn her passing are her son Richie Brown
and wife Mary of Billings, Mo.; two daughters Jane and husband Wayne Reed
of Potosi, Mo., Virginia and husband Harold Cape of Steelville, Mo.
Three sisters-in-law, Nora Lea of Steelville, Mo. and Edna Lea of Cuba,
Mo., Frediah Green of Madison, Illinois.
Seven grandchildren, Wayne Reed, Melissa and husband Mike Eye, Darin
Reed and wife Joan, Brad Cape and wife Elgeana, Molly and husband John
Slovensky, Ellen and Joshua Brown; nine great-grandchildren, Stephany,
Cody, Tanner, Dakota, Madelyne, Brady, Taylor, Brennan, and Mariah; nieces,
nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends.
In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by
three brothers, Sam, Ben and Clyde Lea; four sisters, Gladys and husband
Andrew Wallis, Virginia Mae Lea, Anna Christmas and Bessie West; sisters-in-law
and brothers-in -law, Clarence Green, Theodore and Mary Brown, Anna and
Hugh Garrison and Willie Brown.
Mable Jane Brown lay in state 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. Friday, November 24,
2000, at the Britton Brothers Funeral Home, Steelville, Mo.
Funeral services were held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 25, 2000 in
the Britton Chapel with Rev. Melvin Reed officiating. Musical selections
were provided by pianist Pat Simpson and vocalists Laurie and Audrey Franklin.
Committal prayers and interment were in Brown Cemetery, East Highway
8, Steelville, Mo. Serving as pallbearers were Joshua Brown, Brad Cape,
Mike Eye, Darin Reed, Wayne Reed, and John Slovensky.
Arrangements were under the direction of Britton Funeral Home, Steelville,
Roger A. Gilliam
Roger A. Gilliam of Rolla passed away Friday, November 24, 2000 at
the Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Rolla at the age of 51.
Roger, son of the late Albert Henry and Barbara (Worley) Gilliam was
born June 21, 1949 at Waynesville, Mo. Roger and Karen (Stetina) were united
in marriage March 9, 1968 and to this union three children were born. Roger
worked as an iron worker for 30 years.
Roger is survived by his wife, Karen Gilliam of Rolla, Mo., his mother,
Barbara Gilliam of Steelville, three children, Dan Gilliam of St. James,
Mike Gilliam and friend, Tammy of St. James, Alisa Gilliam of St. Louis,
One brother, Bill Gilliam and wife, Vickey of Steelville, one sister,
Ruth Ann Booker and husband, Don of St. James.
One granddaughter, Danielle Gilliam, one nephew, Jim Booker, two nieces,
Melissa Manthey and Lisa Weber, three great-nephews, Ryan Weber, Cody Manthey
and T. J. Booker, one great-niece, Reese Weber.
Preceding him in death were his father, Albert Henry Gilliam, grandparents,
Floyd and Mildred Worley, James W. and Anne Gilliam, father-in-law, Dale
Stetina and mother-in-law, Gwenith Stetina.
Funeral services were conducted at James and Gahr Chapel on Monday,
November 27, 2000 with Rev. Mick Thrasher officiating. Organ music was
provided by Sherry Hathaway, with vocal selections by Stephanie Rogers.
Pallbearers were Jim Booker, Jerry Midyett, Joe Midyett, Ed Denison,
Sammy Auxier and Brad Wood. Honorary pallbearers were Sam Auxier, Perry
Macormic, Leon Henderson, Skip Moore and Bill Barnett.
Interment was in Steelville Cemetery in Steelville, Mo.
Arrangements were under the direction of James and Gahr Mortuary in
St. James, Mo.
Thelma E. Haug
Thelma E. Haug of Cuba, Mo., formerly of Bonne Terre, Mo., passed away
on Wednesday, November 22, 2000 at the age of 92 years.
Mrs. Haug was born on November 4, 1908 in Bourbon, Mo. to the late
Roy and Alice (Campbell) Harrison, and was raised in the Bourbon area.
Before marriage Thelma taught school for twelve years in the Bourbon and
St. Louis areas. On July 16, 1938 she was joined in marriage to Edward
Joseph Haug, Sr. in Bonne Terre, Mo., and to this union three children
were born. Throughout her adult life, Mrs. Haug served her family as a
devoted wife, mother, and homemaker. She enjoyed playing bridge, going
on family picnics, and singing in the church choir. She was a longtime
member of the First Congregational Church of Bonne Terre. On February 12,
1996 her husband, Edward, preceded her in death. Thelma will always be
cherished and remembered as an extremely dedicated and caring woman.
She is survived by two sons, Edward Haug, Jr. and wife, Carol, of Bayfield,
Colorado and James Haug and wife, Lourdes, of Plantation, Florida; one
daughter, Yolanda Michaels of Topanga, California; two brothers, James
Harrison and wife, Ruthene, of Bourbon and George Harrison and wife, Velva,
of Kirkwood, Mo.; two sisters, Elinor Brenton of Cuba and Fern Hirzy and
husband, Tony, of Bourbon; three grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other
relatives, and friends. In addition to her parents and husband, Thelma
was preceded in death by two brothers, Clark and Edwin Harrison, and one
sister, Alice Harrison.
Funeral services were conducted on Saturday, November 25, 2000 at 12:00
p.m. from the Eaton Chapel in Bourbon with Reverend Sally Ketterer officiating.
Interment was in the Bourbon Cemetery. If desired, memorials may be made
to the First Congregational Church of Bonne Terre Organ Fund or to the
American Cancer Society in memory of Mrs. Thelma E. Haug.
Margaret A. Jones
Margaret A. Jones of Bourbon, Mo. passed away on Thursday, November
23, 2000 at the age of 76 years, 6 months and 9 days.
Margaret was born on May 16, 1924 at Bourbon, Mo. to the late William
and Jessie (Douglas) Miller. She made her home in Bourbon and later graduated
from high school there. Margaret's primary vocation throughout her adult
life was that of a waitress. She was employed by various restaurants and
cafes throughout the Bourbon area. She found pleasure in reading and quilting.
Margaret was a caring person who would always lend a helping hand when
needed by others. She professed her faith in Jesus Christ and attended
the First Baptist Church of Bourbon.
She is survived by one son, Gregory Ross of Nashville, Tennessee; one
brother, James Miller of the state of Wyoming; two sisters, Elizabeth Griffith
of the state of Oklahoma and Virginia Pinnell of the state of Texas; special
nieces, Wanda Starbeck, Barbara Pinnell and Sue Todd, all of Bourbon; other
relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, Margaret was preceded
in death by six brothers, Roy, William, Ray, Leslie, Eugene and Lawrence
Miller, and four sisters, Grace Roberson, Mildred Pennock, June Moutray,
and Ethel Schlafer.
Funeral services were conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 27,
2000 from the Eaton Funeral Chapel in Bourbon with Pastor Devin Haus officiating.
Interment was in Bourbon Cemetery. Visitation for Mrs. Margaret Jones was
held from 3:30 until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday evening at the Eaton Funeral Chapel
Elaine Grace Lakaner
Elaine Grace Lakaner nee Smith of Cuba, Missouri was born on November
6, 1934 at Cook Station, Missouri to the union of Emery Ray and Daphia
Ray nee Benton and passed away on November 15, 2000 at Missouri Baptist
Hospital, Sullivan, Missouri at the age of 66 years 9 days.
On July 4, 1954 Elaine was united in marriage to Ted Lakaner at Steelville,
Missouri. Two sons, Mike and Kevin, and one daughter, Sandy, were born
to this union. Elaine and Ted have been happily married for 46 years.
Elaine was a member of the Straightway Baptist Church, Steelville,
Missouri and served her Lord faithfully.
Those who survive to mourn her passing from this life are her loving
husband Ted Lakaner; two sons Mike Lakaner and Kevin Lakaner and wife Christy;
one daughter Sandy Lakaner Boekemier; three brothers Wayne Smith, Tom Smith
and Jerry Smith and wife Rosella; one sister Nellie Harris and husband
Hartford; 6 grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends.
Elaine was a devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother, sister, good
friend to all who knew her and will be sadly missed.
Elaine G. Lakaner nee Smith was in state at the Britton Funeral Home
of Cuba, Missouri on Friday, November 17, 2000 after 5 p.m. Funeral services
were held on Saturday, November 18, 2000 at 11 a.m. at the Straightway
Baptist Church, Steelville, Missouri with Rev. Melvin Reed and Rev. John
Limberoupolus officiating. Interment was in the Straightway Cemetery, Steelville,
Missouri. All arrangements were under the direction of the Britton Funeral
Home of Cuba, Missouri.
Lea Johanna Ludwig
Lea Johanna Ludwig was born December 11, 1908 in Bem, Missouri, Gasconade
County. She was the daughter of Henry and Emma (Diebold) Glaser. Lea attended
the Collier school in Bem and was a member of the St. John's United Church
Lea worked as a nurse in St. Louis for many years. She enjoyed reading,
embroidery, travel and being with family and friends.
Lea departed this life the morning of November 15, 2000 at the Missouri
Baptist Hospital in Sullivan, Missouri. Her last three years were spent
under the loving care of Pilkenton Residential Care in Cuba, Missouri.
She leaves to cherish her memory, two daughters, Earline Niles and
her husband, Roland of St. Louis and Wauneda Scarlata of Wichita, Kansas.
One sister Amy Schultz of Owensville; one brother Chester Glaser of
Cuba; seven grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren and a host of other relatives
She was preceded in death by her parents Henry and Emma Glaser; three
brothers Bill, Martin and Fred Glaser and two sisters Ida Voss and Anna
Private graveside services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 21,
2000 in the St. John's United Church of Christ Cemetery at Bem, Missouri
with Rev. Todd Hackman officiating. Services were under the direction of
Waynesville Memorial Chapel.
Julia Ederati Paule
Julia Paule was born December 28, 1904 in Rosati, Missouri to Hector
Pete Ramori and Argentina Vitali Ramori, and passed away on November 3,
2000 at Crawford County Care Center in Cuba, Missouri at the age of 95
years, 10 months and 5 days.
Julia grew up in Rosati. She was baptised in January 1905 and was a
member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church.
On May 12, 1923 Julia Ramori was united in marriage to Sam Ederati,
and to this union one son was born. Sam died on December 20, 1940. Julia
moved to St. Louis in 1944. On January 8, 1949 she married Arthur Paule
in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1968 they moved back to Cuba to retire. Arthur
died on December 9, 1970.
Julia will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, sister and
aunt. She enjoyed working in her yard, gardening, and flowers. She was
able to live in her own home until past her 92nd birthday.
Julia was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, an infant,
and three sisters, Nellie Piazza, Inez Paulsell and Katie Piazza.
She is survived by her son Raymond Ederati and wife Mary of Cuba; her
daughter Audrey McClelland of Valley Park, MO; three grandsons, Daune Ederati
of Columbia, MO, David Ederati and wife Lora of Lancaster, PA, and Steven
McClellend and wife Ginger of Manchester, MO.
Two great grandsons, Anthony Ederati and wife of Naples, FL, and Eric
Ederati of Lancaster, PA. Two brothers Hector P. Ramori and wife Lillian
of Cuba, MO, and Domenic J. Ramori and wife Daphna of Cuba, MO.
Two sisters Ernestine Bond of Overland, MO, and Louise Stark of West
Palm Beach, FL; a brother-in-law, George Piazza of Cuba, MO; nieces, nephews,
great nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends, all who will
sadly miss and fondly remember Julia Ederati Paule.
Visitation was held from 6-8:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 5, 2000 at
Hutson Funeral Home in Cuba. A Vigil Service was held at 7 p.m.
Funeral Mass was held on Monday, November 6, 2000 at Holy Cross Catholic
Church in Cuba, Missouri with Rev. Robert Duesdiker officiating.
All arrangements were under the direction of Hutson Funeral Home in
Lola J. Palmer
Lola J. Palmer of Sullivan, Mo. passed away on Thursday, November 23,
2000 at the age of 69 years.
Mrs. Palmer was born on June 7, 1931 at Canaan, Mo. to the late Samuel
and Lizzie (Pasch) Roberson. Mrs. Palmer was raised in the Canaan area
and attended school there until the 8th grade. On April 26, 1947 she was
married to Otto F. Palmer at Sullivan, and to this union six children were
born. After living in various parts of the country, Lola and her family
settled in Sullivan over 30 years ago.
She was a compassionate, gracious, and spiritual woman, who was constantly
concerned about the welfare of others. Lola was a follower of the Pentecostal
faith. She found pleasure in flowers, working puzzles, traveling, and watching
her "soaps." Her greatest joy, however, came from her many grandchildren,
to whom she was especially endeared.
She is survived by her husband, Otto, of Sullivan; two sons, Dale Palmer
of Stanton, Mo. and Bill Palmer of Sullivan; three daughters, Patricia
Hoehne of Bourbon, Mo., Rebecca Zeugin of Steelville, Mo. and Naomi Larue
of Sullivan; 17 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, other relatives and
friends. In addition to her parents, Lola was preceded in death by one
son, Riley Palmer, seven brothers, Raymond, David, Clyde, Donald, Milford,
Stanley and Jack Roberson; and six sisters, Duella, Marie, Naomi, Bessie,
and a set of twins in infancy.
Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 26,
2000 from the Chapel of the Eaton Funeral Home in Sullivan with Pastor
Harold Harrison officiating. Interment was in Crow Cemetery.
Michael David Perry
Michael David Perry of Cuba, Mo. was born on July 21, 1956 at St. Louis,
Mo. to the union of Harvey James Perry, II and Gloria June Perry nee Crabtree
and passed away on November 20, 2000 at the Missouri Baptist Hospital,
Sullivan, Mo. at the age of 44 years, 3 months and 29 days.
Mike was preceded in death by his parents and one sister Marsha LaChance.
Mike was a long time employee of Chrysler of Fenton, Mo. and a member
of the United Auto Workers.
Those who survive to mourn his passing from this life are his two loving
sons, Kristopher and Kevin Perry; two brothers, Harvey J. Perry, III and
Patrick Perry; two sisters Sue Love and Cindy Williams; nieces; nephews;
other relatives and many friends.
Mike was a loving father, brother, good friend to all who knew him
and will be sadly missed.
Michael David Perry was in state at the Britton Funeral Home of Cuba,
Mo. where funeral services were held on Saturday, November 25, 2000 at
1:00 p.m. with Rev. Charles Likely officiating. Interment was in the Kinder
Cemetery, Cuba, Mo. All arrangements were under the direction of the Britton
Funeral Home of Cuba, Mo.
Katherine Cromwell Yeager
Katherine Cromwell Yeager, (nee Clark) 89, died November 7th in Westport,
Mrs. Yeager was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire daughter of the late
Jack and Marguerite Cole Clark. Her maternal great grandfather was Judge
Daniel Donahoe and her paternal great grandfather was General Nelson Cole.
Gen. Cole was also former Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri.
Survivors include one daughter, Jane C. Bulkley and one granddaughter,
Pamela Bulkley, both of Westport, CT. Two sisters, Nancy Ransome of Morrestown,
NJ, and Joan Wilson of So. Strafford, VT. Two cousins, Mary Elders Pounds
and family of Cuba, MO and Robert Brickner of Texas and San Francisco,
Interment in Rolla Cemetery, Rolla, MO will be private. The Britton
Funeral Home, Cuba, MO is in charge of arrangements.
Rose Mary Turnbough
Rose Mary Turnbough (nee Downs) was born Tuesday, June 7, 1927 at Elvins,
Mo., a daughter of the late Roy Downs and Myrtle (Fingers) Downs.
She entered eternal rest Wednesday, November 22, 2000, in the Fountain
Blue Nursing Center, Festus, Mo., at the age of 73 years, 5 months and
On June 7, 1944, at Tower Grove Baptist Church, St. Louis, Mo., Rose
was united in marriage to Elvin James 'Al' Turnbough. Four sons and two
daughters were born to this union. They were sixteen when they were married
and enjoyed over fifty-two years together before his death, July 22, 1996.
Among those who remain to mourn her passing are her daughter, Linda
and husband Al Melchior of Festus, Mo.; two sons, Bruce 'Huck' Turnbough
and wife Brenda, John Turnbough and wife Tracy, all of DeSoto, Mo., daughter-in-law
Jackie of St. Charles, Mo.
Four sisters, Lucille McIntyre, Wanda and husband Ernie Devoti, Millie
Scronce, and Peggy, husband Ray Durrance, all of Florida.
Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Hazel and John Kozlowski of Texas,
Betty and Ken Schenck of Scottsdale, Arizona, Sarah Kuntz of Viburnum,
Mo., Anthony Jackson of St. Charles, Mo.; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren;
nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends.
In addition to her parents and Al, Rose was preceded in death by one
daughter, Joyce Turnbough; two sons, Elvin James Turnbough, Jr., and Richard
Edmond Turnbough; one sister Ruth Boly; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law,
Carl Boly, Mac McIntyre, Robert Kuntz, Brenda Jackson, Glenwood Turnbough
and William "Bill" Turnbough.
Rose Mary Turnbough lay in state after 10:00 a.m. Friday, November
24, 2000, at the Britton Funeral Home, Steelville, Mo. Funeral services
were held 1:00 p.m. Friday, November 24, 2000, in the Britton Chapel with
Rev. Glenn and Shirley Gowen officiating.
Committal prayers and interment were in Czar Cemetery, Viburnum, Mo.
Honoring their grandmother as pallbearers were Jesse Kerby, Al Melchior,
Arrangements were under the direction of Britton Funeral Home, Steelville,