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Willard E. Jones
Willard Edward Jones, 89, of O'Fallon, formerly of Greenville, died on Feb. 11, 1999 at Arcadia Valley Hospital in Pilot Knob, Mo. Willard was born in Greenville on Feb. 3, 1910, son of the late William Jones and Esther (Twidwell) Jones. On Dec. 2, 1926 he was united in marriage to Ola Bell Collins and she preceded him in death May 9, 1998. Surviving are three sons, Clifford Jones of Winfield, Mo., Glen Jones of Bridgeton, Mo., and Ronald Jones of O'Fallon; one daughter, Marilyn Ferndo of Berkley; two brothers, Clarence and Vernon Jones, both of Poplar Bluff; two sisters, Lorene Metcalf and June Taylor, both of Poplar Bluff; 12 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchldren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, one daughter, Wilma Jones, and two brothers, Raymond and Clardy Jones. He was a carpenter for the Southern Cross Lumber Co., a member of Local 1596 of St. Louis, and of the Baptist faith. The funeral was at the Ruegg Chapel in Greenville, Feb. 13, 1999, at 2 p.m. Rev. Wayne Page officiated. Music was by Rob and Nancy Garrett, and Karen Hostenfeld, pianist. Pallbearers were Mike Hunter, David Jones, Gary Jones, Dennis Jones, Kenny Jones, Pat Jones, and Kevin Jones. Burial was in the New Prospect Cemetery, Silva, with arrangments by Ruegg Funeral Home of Greenville.

Wilma R. Lashley
Wilma Ruth Lashley, 72, of Valley Park, Mo., died Feb. 9, 1999 in St. Louis. She was a retired shoe inspector with the Footwear Unlimited Shoe Factory at Fenton, Mo. Wilma was the daughter of the late Elmer and Myrtle Rose Doyle Allen, born March 22, 1926 in St. Louis. She was married Jan. 11, 1946 to Victor R. Lashley, Sr., and he preceded her in death on June 10, 1974. Survivors include nine children, Jack Lashley, Des Arc, Rose Ann Lashley, Barnhart, Vivian German, Des Arc, Victor Lashley, Jr., Des Arc, Erwin Lashley, High Ridge, Frances Lashley, Valley Park, Donald Lashley, Valley Park, Juanita Polk, Des Arc, Sandra Benson, Valley Park; one brother, Elmer Allen, Des Arc; one sister, Thelma Farmer, St. Louis; 23 grandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by one grandson, one great-grandson, and one brother, Oliver Lee Allen. She was baptized March 19, 1961 in St. Louis. The funeral was at 12 p.m. Feb. 13, 1999 at the Morrison-Worley Chapel in Piedmont with Rev. Clarence J. Casteel officiating. Music was by David Bailey. Casketbearers were grandsons, Jason German, Dusty German, Ben German, Andy German, Brandon Lashley, Jared Lashley, Tyler Polk and Kyle Polk. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery, Des Arc, with services under the direction of Morrison-Worley Funeral Chapel of Piedmont.

Donald Kemmerling
Donald Wilford Kemmerling, age 70, died on Feb. 8, 1999 at his home in Piedmont, Mo. He was a tile setter in the residential business. He served in the Korean War and was a member of St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Piedmont. Donald was born on Nov. 20, 1928 in St. Louis, son of the late Lawrence Conrad Kemmerling and Florence Heil Kemmerling. On May 7, 1955 he married Mary Fitzsimons, and she survives. Also surviving is his son, Robert Donald Kemmerling of Lake Ozark, Mo; three daughters, Michaele Barley, Susan Florence Kemmerling and Christine Mary Kemmerling, all of St. Louis; brother, Lawrence Kemmerling and wife Janet of St. Louis; brother-in-law, Thomas Fitzsimons and wife Barbara of St. Louis; and eight grandchildren. Visitation was at Ruegg Funeral Home, Piedmont, Feb. 9, with Rosary held at 7 p.m. and Memorial Service at 9 a.m. Feb. 10 at St. Catherine's Catholic Church and Ortman Funeral Home, St. Louis, Feb. 10, 1999. The funeral was Feb. 11, 1999 at 12:45 p.m. at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis. Ministers were Rev. Matthew Rehauer, Piedmont, and Rev. Dimicco, St. Louis. Pallbearers were Vern Sauer, Lawrence Kemmerling Jr., Ted Kemmerling, Pat Trammel, Neil Matlock, and Bob Kemmerling. Burial was in the Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home of Piedmont.

Floy B. Taylor
Floy B. Taylor, age 94, died on Feb. 13, 1999 at Stockhoff Nursing Home in Fredericktown, Mo., where she was a resident. Floy was previously from Silva, Mo. She was previous owner of Silva Furniture Co. in Silva and a member of New Prospect Baptist Church in Silva. She was born on Sept. 4, 1904 in Hiram, Mo., daughter of the late Elige and Mary Susan Duncan Golden. On Jan. 7, 1971 she was united in marriage to Claude Taylor and he preceded her in death on Nov. 3, 1976. Surviving Floy is one foster-daughter, Diana McNeely of Irving, Texas; two sisters, Louise Ellinghouse of Fredericktown and Myrtle Hopkins of Marble Hill; four grandchildren, Robert, Sue, Bill and Barbara; nine great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. The funeral was Feb. 16, 1999 at 11 a.m. in the Ruegg Funeral Home of Greenville. Rev. William Morrow officiated, and music was by the New Prospect Church choir, Debbie Stevens, pianist. Pallbearers were Alan Thompson, Charles Lee Ellinghouse, Bill Barber, Mark Stevens, Rick Golden, and Robert McNeely. Burial was in the New Prospect Cemetery at Silva.

Hilda Ann Sisco
Hilda Ann Sisco, age 93, died Feb. 15, 1999 at Clark's Mountain Nursing Center in Piedmont She was the daughter of the late James and Martha (Secrease) Raymer, born Dec. 29, 1905 at Ellsinore, Mo. She was a lifetime resident of the Ellsinore area, a homemaker and a member of the Harmony General Baptist Church. On March 14, 1923, she was united in marriage to Robert Lee Sisco at Ellsinore, and he preceded her in death on March 4, 1974. She was also preceded in death by one son, Jim Sisco of Lake St. Louis; one daughter, Opal Marie Hartley. Survivors include one son, Sonnie Sisco of Lake St. Louis, Mo; seven grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Feb. 17, 1999, 11 a.m. at the McSpadden Funeral Home Chapel in Ellsinore, Mo. Rev. Willie Joe Price officiated, with burial in Whites Mill Cemetery near Ellsinore.

James Pickering
James Carol "Cajun" Pickering, 66, of Shook, Mo., died Feb. 10, 1999 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. He was a construction worker. He was born Aug. 16, 1932 at Hutchison County, Texas, son of William Alfred Pickering and Elsie Huffman Pickering. He married Marilyn Mosbaugh at Fordland, Mo. Oct. 18, 1992, and she survives. Other survivors are his mother, Elsie Pickering, Ellsinore; four children, Therresa, Joseph, James Jr., and Carolyn Hildrich, Poplar Bluff; one brother, Larry Pickering, California; three sisters, Mary Yvonne Anderson, Shook, Marion Chapman, Poplar Bluff, Jean Barrett, Oxnard, Calif; three grandchildren, Brandonn, Dylan and Kaelee. He is preceded in death by his father and two sisters, Billie Ann and Shirley. He was a 10-year U.S. Army veteran, serving three years in Germany. He was discharged in 1964 as a sargeant. He lived in the Greenville and Shook area for many years. He was member of the Eagles Aerie #3730, Poplar Bluff, and a member of V.F.W. Post #3416, Wappapello. He was of the Baptist faith. The funeral was at 2 p.m. Feb. 13, 1999 at the Morrison-Worley Greenville Chapel, with Rev. Calvin Buhler officiating. Recorded music was played. Military honors were provided by the VFW Post #6477, Poplar Bluff. A private burial will be held at a later time. Services were under the direction of Morrison-Worley Funeral Chapel, Greenville.

Billy Joe Lutes
Billy Joe Lutes, 52, died Feb.12, 1999 at his home in Fredericktown, Mo. He was a diesel mechanic and operated his own shop in St. Louis for many years. He had been a resident of Fredericktown for four years. He was born Aug. 16, 1946 at Silva, Mo., son of the late Arlie and Audrey (Rainwater) Lutes. Survivors are five children, Billy Joe McCoy Lutes, Sikeston, Billy Joe Lutes, Jr., Poplar Bluff, Jacqueline Marie Chiarelli, Fredericktown, Katinia Ann Lutes, Fredericktown, Karen Mae Lutes, Farmington; four brothers, Bob Lutes, St. Peters, Stanley Lutes, South St. Louis, Junior Lutes, St. Louis, Mike Lutes, Hiram; five sisters, Judy Sullivan, Arnold, Margie Lutes, Cedar Hill, Fonda Johnson, Fredericktown, Patricia Cobb, Greenville, Kathy Middleton, Piedmont; four grandchildren, Kenny Chiarelli, Jr., Steven Chiarelli, Montana Lutes, DeLaney Lutes; and special friend, Lea Wood, Fredericktown. He is preceded in death by one brother, Jerry Lee Lutes, and two sisters, Wilma Massey and Betty Casey. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in Viet Nam. He served three years and was honorably discharged in 1971. The funeral was 2 p.m. Feb. 15, 1999 at the Morrison-Worley Greenville Chapel. The Reverends Ernest Bennett, Jr. and Lloyd Green officiated. Music was by Glendell Twidwell and Jeanette Turnbough, along with recorded specials. Casketbearers were Michael Allen, Jake Turnbeau, Scott Lutes, Mitchell Lutes, Kevin Johnson, Jerry Lutes and Randy Johnson. Burial was in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery, with military honors by the VFW Post #6477 of Poplar Bluff. Services were under the direction of Morrison-Worley Funeral Chapel, Greenville.

Lola M. Randall
Lola Marie Randall, age 86, of Piedmont, died Nov. 3, 1999 in Callaway, Neb. She was born on August 26, 1914 in Patterson, Mo. She united in marriage to Fred Randall on October 30, 1931, and he preceded her in death on March 30, 1998. Also preceding in death are her parents, John William Haggett and Mary Jane (Allen) Haggett, five brothers, Clyde, Harvey, William, Raymond and Clecy Haggett, and one grandson, Michael Schuster. She is survived by one son, Jim Randall of St. Louis; one daughter Betty Schuster of Eddyville, Neb; two sisters Lela King of Fenton, and Dola Shearrer of Poplar Bluff; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Lola had worked as a lab clerk at Lambert-Warner Pharmaceutical Company and was a member of Piedmont United Baptist Church. The service was at Ruegg Funeral Home in Piedmont, Nov. 6, 1999 at 10 a.m. Elder Thabus Pyles officiated. Pallbearers were Jeff Randall, Paul Schuster, Bill Haggett, Richard Rayfield, John Haggett, and Bob Wedepohl. Burial was in t he Masonic Cemetery at Piedmont with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Piedmont.

Anna Twidwell
Anna Twidwell, 91, died Nov. 1, 1999 at Greenville Health Care in Greenville, Mo. She was born July 16, 1908 in Chicago, Ill. Anna was married to Truman Twidwell on January 13, 1926 and he preceded her in death on August 31, 1984. She is also preceded by her parents, John Schmidt and Mary Bicking Schmidt, one son, Truman Twidwell Jr., and one daughter Mary Sue Sargent. She is survived by one daughter, Betty Van Hise of Silver Springs, Md; two brothers, Andrew Schmidt of Michigan and Linnie Schmidt of Chicago, Ill; two sisters, Helen and Katie Koepake of Chicago, Ill; 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Anna was a homemaker and a member of Hickory Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Clubb. Services were at Ruegg Funeral Home in Greenville, Nov. 5, 1999 at 11 a.m. Rev. Richard Green officiated. Pallbearers were Harold Twidwell, Bill Sargent, Mike Sargent, Russ Sargent, Travis Sargent, and Lou Sieg. Burial was in Twidwell Cemetery, Clubb, with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Greenville.

Ethel G. Hughey
Ethel Grace Hughey, 98 years, died on Oct. 30, 1999 in Fredericktown, Mo. She was married to Buford Burton Hughey on December 1, 1945, he preceded her in death on September 10, 1995. She is also preceded in death by her parents, Noah Sitzes and Sophonia Burk Sitzes. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Rosetta Sitzes, numerous nieces and nephews, and a very close friend, Sue Shoffner. Ethel was a school teacher for 38 years and of the Methodist faith. The funeral was at Ruegg Funeral Home in Greenville, Nov. 3, 1999 at 1 p.m Rev. Carl Cureton officiated. Pallbearers were Jim Hughey, Gary Stevenson, Hartland Alexander, Alex Ruegg, Jim Ruegg and Ronnie Street. Burial was in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery, with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Greenville.

Rev. Roger L. Connelly
Rev. Roger L. (Josh) Connelly, 86, died on November 5, 1999 at his home in Williamsville, Mo. He was born Jan. 1, 1913 in East St. Louis, Ill. On May 19, 1934 he was united in marriage to Mildred Nadine Duckett and she preceded in death on January 5, 1995. Also preceding in death is his parents, Charles Connelly and Nettie Alice (Swalley) Connelly, three brothers, James Robert Connelly, Ray Connelly and Robert Connelly, and two sisters, Lucille Connelly and Ella Mayes. He is survived by two sons, Roger E. Connelly of Williamsville, Mo. and C. Richard Connelly of Birmingham, Ala., one daughter, Marilyn Slover of Williamsville, Mo., six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Rev. Connelly was a member of the Missouri East Conference of the United Methodist Church. The service was at the United Methodist Church in Williamsville, Nov. 8, 1999, at 10 a.m. The Reverends Phil Coats, Kent Wilfond, and Glen Lashley officiated. Pallbearers were Roger E. Connelly, Steven Fuchs, Clifford Smith, Paul Provow, James Hicks and John Bilbrey. Burial was in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Williamsville, with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Williamsville.

Holly A. Whited
Holly Anne White, age 27, of Annapolis, died November 5, 1999 in St. Louis, Mo. She was born February 11, 1972 in Ironton Mo. Holly is survived by her parents, Fred Whited and Sharon Henson Whited; one brother, Greg Whited and wife, Stephanie; and one sister, Leslee Randazzo, and husband, Rick, all of Annapolis. Holly was a 1991 graduate of South Iron School in Annapolis and a member of the Glover Baptist Church. The service was at Ruegg Funeral Home, Nov. 9, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Kevin Kinnard officiated. Pallbearers were Rick Randazzo, Brian Pinkley, Robert Racer, Billy Whited, Anthony Hackworth and Willis Francis. Burial was in Huff Cemetery, Chloride, Mo. , with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Piedmont.

Clifford M. Montgomery
Clifford M. Montgomery, 73, died November 6, 1999 at his home in Piedmont. He was born March 22, 1926 in Silva. He is survived by one son, Bobby D. Montgomery of Piedmont; one daughter, Jennifer Lynn Montgomery of Piedmont; and five grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, Oscar Montgomery and Nora Clark Montgomery, and one sister, Goldie Marie DeShaney. Clifford had worked in a sawmill and was of the Baptist faith. The funeral was at Ruegg Funeral Home in Piedmont Nov. 9, 1999 at 2 p.m. Rev. Dennis Allen officiated, with music by Glendell Twidwell, soloist, Jeanette Turnbough, pianist. Pallbearers were Rick McFadden, Alex Goodson, Dewell Whaley, Elzy Nash, John Whelehon and Gary Burch. Burial was in Twidwell Cemetery, Silva, with arrangements by Ruegg Funeral Home, Piedmont.

Rev. Eddie Martin
Rev. Eddie D. Martin, age 78, of Piedmont, died Nov. 8, 1999 at Poplar Bluff, Mo. He pastored churches in Missouri and Arkansas for 25 years. He was the pastor at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Piedmont for a total of nine years, and was active in the Clearwater Ministerial Alliance for many years. Born June 14, 1921 near Glen, Mo., he was the son of the late Teamous and Helen (Hess) Martin. He was married to Mildred Foster in 1942, and she preceded him in death Dec. 1, 1972. He married Eunice Hale Feb. 15, 1974 at DeSoto, and she survives. Other survivors are his children, Terry and Sherry Martin, Springfield; stepchildren, Darrel and Helen Hale, Festus; grandchildren, Terry and Ginger Martin, Jr., Springfield, Diana Martin, St. Louis; great granchildren, Hannah and Jeffery Martin. Two brothers, Pepper and Stanley Martin, and one sister, Jean Brown, preceded him in death. Rev. Martin was a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Army from 1940 to 1945. He and his wife Eunice had made their home in Piedmont for the past several years. The funeral was at 11 a.m. Nov. 10, 1999 at the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Piedmont. The Reverends Charlie Gillenwater and Gary Aubuchon officiated. Music was by Glendell Twidwell, Oresta Atnip, Cinda Wood, Ron Wood and Jeanette Turnbough. Casketbearers were church deacons, Melvin Moore, John Griffin, Eddy Hughes, Bob Sanders, Stan Garrison and Jim McFadden. Burial was in the Masonic Cemetery at Naylor, directed by Morrison-Worley Funeral Chapel, Piedmont.

Bobbie Bazzell
Bobbie Gale Bazzell, 58, died Feb. 14, 2000 in Piedmont. He was born March 7, 1941 in St. Louis and was raised by his grandparents, the late Joseph Elijah and Ella Mae Bazzell. Bobbie was a welder by trade and had worked at the American Car and Foundry. He is survived by his mother, Georgia Simpson, Kennett, Mo; a son, Erman Kincaid, Jr., Hillsboro, Mo.; four daughters, Margaret Crocker, Cape Girardeau, Mo., Barbara Bazzell, Carrie Kincaid and Tara Kincaid, all of Park Hills, Mo.; three brothers, Darrell Bazzell, Windsor, Calif., Donnie and Jerry Bazzell, both of Creston, Calif.; four sisters, Carolyn Crawford, Kennett, Mo., Barbara Francis, Poplar Bluff, Cheryl Hunter, Goodlettsville, Tenn., Jocelyn Bazzell Hill, Montclair, Calif.; two grandchildren, Ashley Crocker, Alexandra Fitzpatrick; four aunts, Helen Hovely, Hazel Atnip, Nina Handy, Joann Gayle and Jean Husketh. In addition to his grandparents, he was preceded in death by his father, William (Bill) Bazzell. The funeral was Feb. 17, 2 p.m. at Ruegg Funeral Home in Piedmont, officiated by Elder Bob Webb with recorded music. Pallbearers were Daniel Crocker, Robert Gayle, Darrell Bazzell, Roger Meador, Richard Allen, Jason Myers. Burial was at Center Ridge Cemetery in Greenville.

Lola Yount
Lola Imogene Yount, 84, died Jan. 10, 2000 at Clark's Mountain Nursing Center in Piedmont. She was born March 17, 1915 in Harviell, Mo., daughter of the late James Burton and Ethel (Ryan) Gowen. Mrs. Yount had worked at a saw factory in St. Louis before her retirement. Survivors include one daughter, Norma Louis, Piedmont; five brothers, Tom Gowen, Poplar Bluff, Ken Gowen, Tuscon, Ariz., Wilbur Gowen, Fredericktown, Darwin Gowen, Dean Gowen, both of St. Louis County; one sister, Aileen Holmes, St. Louis County; five grandchildren, Joseph and Carmen Louis, Piedmont, Jeana and Joe Boarman, St. Louis, James and Nikki Louis, Bonne Terre, Jerry and Cathy Louis, St. Louis, Jeff and Rhonda Louis, Ellsinore; 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Preceding her in death were three brothers, Leonard, James and Ole Gowen and one sister, Fern Roberts. The funeral was Jan. 13 at Ruegg Funeral Home in Piedmont with Rev. Allen Calkins officiating. Pallbearers were Joseph Louis, Jason Louis, Jeremy Louis, Jeffrey Louis, Jerry Louis, Jerrid Ross and James Louis. Honorary pallbearers were Jamie Louis and Damian Smith.

Missouri (Jane) Cravens
Missouri Jane Cravens, 82, died Feb. 15, 2000 at Lucy Lee Hospital in Poplar Bluff. She was born Oct. 28, 1917 in Knoxall, Mo. On Nov. 2, 1940 she was united in marriage to Merlin Cravens, who preceded her in death in 1967. Mrs. Cravens was a homemaker. Surviving are one son, Roger Cravens, Williamsville; two daughters, Fonda J. Durrow, Greenville, Tonia D. Cornett, Arlington, Texas; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Feb. 18 at Ruegg Funeral Home in Williamsville, officiated by Rev. Gary Wulverton with music provided by Jeanette Cox. Pallbearers were Roger Cravens, Andy Durrow, Roger Cravens Jr., Jeff Lee, Gary Gramlich and Alex Ruegg. Burial was at Rucker Cemetery in Greenville.

Beulah I. Fair
Beulah I. (Morse) Fair, 79, died Feb. 17, 2000 in St. Charles, Mo. She was born Oct. 30, 1920 in Chaonia, Mo., daughter of the late Charles and Nina (Birdnow) Morse. On Nov. 26, 1938 she married John L. Fair, who preceded her in death Nov. 14, 1970. They spent much of their life in Winona, Mo., where Beulah was a charter member of the Baptist Church in Winona. She was employed by Paramount Cap Factory until she moved to St. Louis in 1977. She then worked for the National Park Service until her retirement. Others preceding her in death were two brothers, Edgar and Joe Morse; one sister, Irene Page and her husband John. She is survived by one daughter, Mary Ellen Towner, St. Charles, Mo.; one son, Richard Fair, DeSoto; one sister, Betty Piper, Metropolis, Ill.; five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Duncan Funeral Chapel in Winona on Saturday, Feb. 26, 1 p.m.

Nancy Campbell
Nancy Ann Campbell, 73, died Feb. 19, 2000 at Greenville Health Care. She was born June 10, 1926 in Rector, Ark., daughter of the late John Albert and Lenora (Davidson) Carter. She is survived by four daughters, Annie Walenda, Poplar Bluff, Ella Wells, Grand Blanc, Mich., Karen Wirtz and Georgia Daniels, both of St. Louis; one sister, Geri Liberatore, Fla.; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceding her in death were one son, Randy Ledbetter; one brother, Bert Carter; three sisters, Geneva Szabo, Lena Murphy and Linnie Harper. The funeral was Feb. 22 at Ruegg Funeral Home in Piedmont with Pastor Steve Proctor officiating and music provided by Nancy Proctor. Burial was at Woodland Heights Cemetery in Rector, Ark.

Clyde Guess
Clyde Guess, 79, died Feb. 19, 2000 at his home in Piedmont. He was born July 30, 1920 in Greenville. Aug. 2, 1941 he married Bernice Tierney and she survives. He worked as an equipment operator and was a member of the Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church. He is survived by three daughters, Marjorie Hite, Maryland Heights, Mo., Beverly Baudendistel and Sharon Thompson, both of St. Charles, Mo.; one sister, Alice Fray, Memphis, Tenn.; six grandchildren, Lisa Owen, Brian Hite, April and Michael Baudendistel, Connie Lyons and Christopher Thielmann; six great-grandchildren, Devin and Jessica Owen, Austin and Alexandrea Hite and Austin and Clayton Lyons. The funeral was Feb. 21 at Ruegg Funeral Home, Piedmont, with Rev. Henry Pasquet officiating. Music was provided by Glendell Twidwell, soloist, and Jeanette Turnbough, pianist. Pallbearers were Ed Lunyou, Carl Lunyou, Ivan Hixson, Lindell Skaggs, Gordon Sanders, Kenny Morris and Enoch Thompson. Honorary pallbearer was Lovis Fears. Burial was at Masonic Cemetery in Piedmont.


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