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Jacksonville illinois funeral home obituaries DEFAULT


Garner, Randy
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Randy Garner, 65, of Jacksonville, died Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. He was born April 23, 1946, in Carrollton, the son of Arthur and Mary Walton Garner. He married Judy Homer on Aug. 21, 1966, in Literberry, and she survives. He is also survived by one sister, Cathy (Ronnie) Howard of Surprise, Ariz.; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Beverly Brown; and one brother, Donald Garner. Mr. Garner had been a mechanic at E.W. Brown Motors and then Jacksonville Chrysler-Dodge for over 30 years. More recently he had been a mechanic for Western Asphalt in Jacksonville. Randy was a member of the Western Illinois Tractor Club. He enjoyed spending time on his old tractor and traveling the countryside on his 4x4 Cub Cadet Volunteer with his dogs. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home of Jacksonville, with burial at Chapin Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, where the family will meet friends from 5-7 p.m.

Gaudio, Tony
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Tony Gaudio, 63, of Jacksonville, died Friday, July 8, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. He was born Nov. 15, 1947, in Litchfield, the son of Anton and Leona Darte Gaudio. He married Susan Byers Lockman on June 22, 2007, in the Grand Cayman Islands, and she survives. Tony is also survived by his mother, Leona Gaudio of Jacksonville, one brother, Steve (special friend, Kristy Bonnett) Gaudio of Grand Junction, Colo.; and stepchildren, Mandy (fiance, Billy Leib) Lockman and Andrew Lockman, both of Jacksonville. His father preceded him in death. Tony was a 1965 graduate of Jacksonville High School and a 1969 graduate of Western Illinois University. Following his college graduation, he worked for GTE in Chicago designing computer software. He returned to Jacksonville in 1972 to join his family's business, A. Gaudio & Sons, and was currently president of the company. Tony was a member of the Elks Club, Moose Club, Knights of Columbus, Jacksonville Kiwanis and Jacksonville Country Club. He was a member and supporter of the Boy Scouts of America, and had earned the Silver Beaver Award. He was a member and former board member of the Associated Beer Distributors of Illinois. Tony enjoyed playing golf and bowling, and was a fan of many sports, especially St. Louis Cardinal baseball and University of Illinois basketball. Most of all, Tony enjoyed spending time with friends and family. Tony was a great supporter of Jacksonville and the surrounding communities. He appreciated the support his family has always received from the community and was always eager to give in return. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 2 p.m. Tuesday at Church of Our Saviour in Jacksonville, with burial at Memorial Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call after 11 a.m. Monday at the Williamson Funeral Home, where family will meet friends following a 2:30 p.m. prayer service until 8 p.m.

Gerard, Dixie Lee
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Dixie Lee Gerard, 77, of Jacksonville, passed away on Saturday, May 28, 2011, at Scott County Nursing Center in Winchester. She was born on Jan. 28, 1934, in Jacksonville, the daughter of Holland and Goldie Zachary Evans. Dixie married Wayne Gerard on Dec. 28, 1958, and he survives. Mrs. Gerard is also survived by one son, Darrell (wife, Janet) Rose of California; four daughters, Cheryl Rose of Texas, Mary (husband, Richard) Releford of Jacksonville, Janet Gerard of Waverly and Cindy (husband, Troy) Dolen of Winchester; eight grandchildren, Terry Magelitz, Patti Magelitz, Michelle Park, Haleigh Dolen, McKenzi Dolen, Becky Rose, Levi Foster and Amber Releford; and several great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Terry Lee Evans. Dixie was a preschool teacher at Westfair Christian Academy for several years where she was a member of the after five club, and the choir. Dixie and her husband were also members of Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church. A graveside service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday at Diamond Grove Cemetery. The family will meet friends from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Wednesday at Williamson Funeral Home.

Gill, Jean Y.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Jean Y. Gill, 81, of Jacksonville, died Monday, Aug. 29, 2011, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Pam and Kevin Six. She was born May 12, 1930, in Alton, the daughter of Thomas and Pearl Watkins Notson. She married Robert H. Gill Sr., on Sept. 9, 1950, in East Alton, and he preceded her in death April 4, 1995. She is survived by five children, Bob (Joyce) Gill Jr. of Jacksonville, Sharon Gill (partner, Larry Posanka) of Golden, Colo., Donna (Mike) Schneider and Pam (Kevin) Six, both of Jacksonville and Beck (Kent) Janssen of Canton; 10 grandchildren, Jason and Cody Gill, Jewell Maul, Stacy English, 1LT Mike Hawks, James, John and Jennifer Welch and Lauren and Alyssa Janssen; 10 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Norma Notson of Alton. Mrs. Gill was a 1948 graduate of Alton High School. She worked many years at the Jacksonville A&P Grocery Store. Following retirement, she worked at Midland Farm & Home Suupply, Newell's and Sparrow Corporation. She was a member of the Emblem Club, Women of the Moose and received the 2010 Grotto Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of her organizing the desserts for various activities throughout the years. Through the Emblem Club, she was proud to assist at the Morgan/Scott Volunteer Clinic, and had also been active with the Toys for Tots program. Jean and her husband were members of the Coachman Campers Club. She loved her annual Spoon River trip with Pam, Sharon and Becky. She loved her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and enjoyed spoiling her poodle, Rascal. She was well known for her warm smile. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville, with burial at Diamond Grove Cemetery. The family will meet friends 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, where an Emblem Club Ritual will be held at 7 p.m.

Ginder, Alvin
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Alvin Ginder, 96, of Jacksonville, died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at Jacksonville Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in Jacksonville. He was born Nov. 3, 1914, in Jacksonville, the son of John C. and Clara Goodpasture Ginder. He married Gladys M. Sorrill on April 9, 1940, in Bowling Greene, Mo., and she preceded him in death June 3, 2006. He is survived by one son, Steven (wife, Pam) Ginder of rural Jacksonville; one daughter, Shirley (husband, David) Hanson of Pittsburgh; five grandchildren, Chris (wife, Toni) Ginder and Chad Ginder, both of Jacksonville, Elaine Fite of Boston, Mark (wife, Natali) Hanson of Phoenix and Kevin (wife, Jennifer) Hanson of Philadelphia; six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; three sisters, Helen Finn of Chandlerville, Mildred Lewis of Murrayville and Marie (husband, Richard) Hembrough of Winchester; one brother, Dale (wife, Linda) Ginder of Literberry; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Blanche Henderson and Ruth Reichert; and five brothers, Ralph Ginder, Paul Ginder, Clyde Ginder, Wayne Ginder and Lloyd Ginder. Mr. Ginder was a grain and livestock farmer north of Jacksonville for many years. He was a longtime member of Liter Baptist Church. He enjoyed vegetable gardening and sharing with friends and family. He had a great ability to visit with anyone and strangers were soon to become friends. He was always there for his family, whom he cherished, especially his grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Williamson Funeral Home in Jacksonville, with burial at Arcadia Cemetery. Friends may call after 12 Noon Friday at the funeral home, where family will meet friends from 5-7 p.m.

Glaenzer, Debra Lynn Smith
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Debra Lynn Smith Glaenzer, 60 of Jacksonville, died Thursday, June 2, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. She was born Dec. 19, 1950, in Jacksonville, the daughter of Ernest M. and Edith Breakville Smith. She married Gary L. Glaenzer on March 12, 1992, in Jacksonville, and he survives. She is also survived by four stepsons, John A. Glaenzer of Woodridge and Michael D. Glaenzer (wife, Brandi), Andrew G. Glaenzer (wife, Laveta) and Matthew C. Glaenzer (wife, Rosa) , all of Jacksonville; seven stepgrandchildren; a sister, Karen Turner (husband, Olan) of Lincoln; a brother, Michael T. Smith (wife, Patty) of Quincy; and six nieces and nephews, Tamera Turner of Bloomington, Traci Keiffer (husband, Dwayne) of Dillsburg, Pa., Christopher Smith (wife, Julia) and Olan Turner Jr., all of Springfield, and Brayden Carder and Lucas Smith, all of Quincy. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a brother, Danny in infancy. Debbie was a 1969 graduate of Jacksonville High School and was employed several years at Capitol Records in Jacksonville. More recently, she enjoyed baking desserts and candy for Bahan's Tavern and several Jacksonville area families. Her favorite pastime was spoiling her nieces, nephews and stepgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Sunday at the Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville. The family will meet friends at the funeral home from 12:30 p.m. Sunday until the time of services. At her request, cremation rites will be accorded following the services.

Glisson, Jackson Dye Sr.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Jackson Dye Glisson Sr., 91, of Jacksonville, died Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011, at Barton W. Stone Home in Jacksonville. He was born May 17, 1920, in Palmyra, Mo., the son of Silas Neace and Fannie Mae Dye Glisson. He married Mary Ellen Farris on June 28, 1941, and she preceded him in death in 1994. He later married Helen Schumm Henry on April 11, 1996, in Jacksonville, and she survives. He is also survived by a daughter, Julia (husband, Whitney) Waugh of Nashville, Tenn.; a son, Jack (wife, Suzie) Glisson Jr. of Jacksonville; two stepsons, Michael (wife, Jeanne) Henry and Daniel (wife, Jessie) Henry; four stepdaughters, Pat (husband, Bob) Pinkerton, Colleen Cooksey, Nancy (husband, Marty) Rhoades and Maureen (husband, Joe) Agner; five grandchildren, Kimberlie Bloodworth, Hunt Waugh, Jean Ellen Spengler, J.D. Glisson III and Wade Glisson; 21 stepgrandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; 43 stepgreat-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; brother, Gary Glisson; and two sisters, Martha Blair and Mary Frances Jelliffe. He was preceded in death by three brothers, S.N. Jr., Marvin and Charles E. Glisson. Mr. Glisson graduated from Springfield High School, where he was a standout athlete, earning all-state honors in football and all-conference honors in basketball. He attended Springfield Junior College and the University of Illinois. He served as a Captain in the Field Artillery during WW II, at which time he received a bronze star for heroism. He owned and operated the Ford dealership in Jacksonville for many years. Prior to that, he owned several used car dealerships in Springfield. Mr. Glisson was a member of Rotary, the Elks, past President of Rasna Shrine, and served on the boards of the Chamber of Commerce and the Contact Club. He was also a member of Church of Our Saviour and a lifelong sports fan and participant, most recently enjoying following Cardinals baseball with his wife, Helen. He especially enjoyed watching his grandchildren and stepgrandchildren participate in sports. He loved all people and never knew a stranger. Memorial services will be held 10 a.m. Saturday at Church of Our Saviour, with burial at Diamond Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be from 9-10 a.m. at the church prior to the service. Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville is in charge of arrangements.

Goodpasture, Samuel
Jacksonville, ILl., - Sam'l Goodpasture, Concord, died from effects of being overcome by gas at Beardstown three weeks ago.  [The Day Book. (Chicago, Ill.), 22 Nov. 1912]

Gore, Virginia Bell Marsh
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Virginia Bell Marsh Gore, formerly of Decatur, died on May 21, 2011, in Peoria. She was born June 23, 1912, in Jacksonville, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T.H. Marsh. She married Norman J. Gore who preceded her in death. Surviving are her daughters, Joan Krupa and Susan Ahmad; seven grandchildren, Stephen Krupa, Mark Krupa, Matthew Krupa, Omar Ahmad, Sufia Fleming, Adham Ahmad and Kamron Ahmad; eight great-grandchildren; her brother, John Marsh; and several nieces and nephews. After attending Illinois College, Virginia graduated from Millikin University (BS, MA) and was a teacher and principal at Argenta-Oreana. She was an international traveler, an early childhood education expert, a faithful Christian, and an active volunteer in many organizations. A funeral service will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday at Williamson Funeral Home, with burial at Diamond Grove Cemetery. The family will meet friends from 4-7 p.m. on Friday at the funeral home.

Grant, Harry James
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Harry James "Jim" Grant 88, of Jacksonville, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. He was born May 8, 1923, in Stonington, the son of Harry J. and Edythe Crowder Grant. He married Wanda L. Whitlow on July 24, 1949, in Taylorville, and she preceded him in death on March 5, 2002. He later married Sharon Edmonson on Oct.22, 2004, in Jacksonville. He is survived by his wife, Sharon; several nieces and nephews; and by Sharon's children and grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one son, Shelby; and three sisters. Mr. Grant was a 1941 graduate of Taylorville High School. He was a World War II veteran, serving in the Army Air Corps and attending aviation school. Following his discharge he attended mortuary school and became a licensed funeral director. He then worked 32 years for Burroughs Corporation, retiring in 1983. Following his retirement, he worked for Cody & Son Memorial Home for over 20 years. Jim was an active member of Frist Presbyterian Church, serving on all boards and singing in the choir for many years. He was also a member of Mound Lodge AF & AM, Jacksonville Kiwanis Club and Elks Club, and was a longtime active member of the Jacksonville YMCA. He enjoyed barbershop singing with The Ferris Wheelers, and loved traveling, dancing, music and theatre, Jim truly enjoyed life. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, with burial at Memorial Lawn Cemetery. The family will meet friends 12:30-2 p.m. Wednesday at the church prior to the service. Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home of Jacksonville is in charge of arrangements.

Gray, Carroll Kenneth
Born: 8 October 1927, Waverly, Sangamon County, Illinois
Died: 26 September 1919, Waverly, Sangamon County, Illinois
Carrol Gray Answers Final Summons
Carroll Kenneth Gray, son of John W and Ethel Gray, was born in Sangamon County, Illinois, near Waverly, October 8, 1896. His entire life was spent within a few miles of his birthplace and as a growing boy he knew the joys which a characteristic of boyhood, but for one so young in hears he knew much of the suffering of this life, which he left Thursday September 26, 1918.
He was in his Junior year in the Waverly Township High School, when on account of his sickness he was compelled to quit School. He would have graduated with the class of 1918. He was always a great favorite whit his school companions, and manifested a generous and kindly spirit toward all.
He is survived by his parents; three brothers, Rolland, John and Allyn; and Three sisters, Marie, Wilma and Nigel. About nine years ago a tent meeting was held in Loami, during which meeting he was converted and later united with the Baptist church at Lowder, of which church he remained a consistent member until he joined the church triumphant His last testimony concerning his faith and hope for the future was "It is perfectly bright." "Go wing your flight from star to star, From world to shining world a-far, As the universe spreads its shining wall, Count all the pleasures of all the spheres, And multiply each by thousands of years; One moment in heaven is worth them all."
Funeral services were held at the First M.E. Church in Waverly at 2:30 O'clock Sunday afternoon; in the presence of a large company of friends, the faculty and the pupils of the high school attending in a body. Rev. F. E. Smith pastor of the church officiated. A quartet composed of Mesdames Barrow and Shutt and Messrs C. A. Carter and W. L. Carter sang "Lead Kindly Light," "A Perfect Day" and "Somewhere the Sun is Shining." The Pallbearers were Robert Burns, Lester Mitchell, Eugene Ressor, John Jones, Zelah Crowell and Ray Burnett. The many beautiful flowers were cared for by Misses Helen Crain, Lucile Wright, Marie Taylor and Madellyn Ashbaugh.  Internment was in East Cemetery [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Gray, Flora Ethel Smith
Born: 16 March 1875, Loami, Sangamon County, Illinois
Died: 22 June 1927, Waverly, Sangamon County, Illinois
Flora Ethel Smith was born in Loami, March 16, 1875, and passed away at her home in Waverly, Friday, March 5, 1926, at the age of 50 years, 11 Months and 17 days, after a lingering illness of several months. Her early life was spent in or near Loami, where at the age of 16 she was united with the Christian church, of which she remained a member until after her marriage.
On October 18, 1894, she was united in marriage to John W. Gray. To this union seven children were born; Rolland, who is teaching in Rushville; Carroll, who preceded her in death seven years ago; Marie, who has been teaching in Cantrall; Mrs. Lester Dodd, of near Loami; Nigel, John,, Allyn all residing at home. She also leaves her aged parents, Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Smith of Loami; Four brothers, Fred and Frank of Springfield; Austin, of St. Louis; and Percy at home; also one grandson, Dale Francis Dodd.
Sixteen years ago, she, with her husband and two oldest sons, United with the Baptist church at Lowder. She was a member of Waverly Chapter No. 320, Order of the Eastern Star, and Malta Shrine No. 51, Jacksonville, Illinois
During her terrible suffering also was patient, and remarked that all was well, and she was ready to go.
Her one wish, that her loved ones might be with her at the end, was granted, and the end came peacefully.
"The shine that in her life the fellowship was him, "A mother's love how sweet the name! What is a Mothers's Love? A noble, pure and tender flame, enkindelled from above, To bless a heart of earthly mould; The warmest love that can grow cold, This is a mother's love." Her favorite poem "Mispah" is a consolation to the family at this time. "Go then my way as I go mine, Apart yet not afar; Only a thin veil hangs between The pathways where we are. And god keep watch 'tween thee and me, This is my prayer. He Looks thy way he looketh mine, and keeps us near. Sometimes I'll long to see Thy face, But since this cannot be, I'll leave Thee to the care of Him Who cares for thee and me."
Funeral services were held at the First M. E. church Sunday afternoonat 3 o'clock, in charge of Rev. Francis E. Smith of Gibson City, assisted by Rev. A. R. Wassell, pastor of the church. A Quartet composed of Mrs. W. A. Barrow, Mrs. J. H. Shutt, W. L. Carter and W. R. Turnbull sang, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "In The Garden". Mrs. Barrow and Mrs. Shutt sang "When They Ring Those Golden Bells For You and Me". It having been a request of Mrs. Gray's.
The Pall Bearers were: Melvin Dodd of Loami, Rome Workman, Cliff Harris, Robert Etter, C. F. Wimple, and C. W. Lowe. The flowers were cared for by Mrs. James Lythell, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Charles Mader, Mrs. F. O. Curtiss, Misses Stella and Lucile Rodgers, Edith Graves and Maude Workman. The members of the local Eastern Star Chapter attended the funeral in body. Interment was in East Cemetery. [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Gray, John William
Born: 28 August 1867, Manchester, Scott County, Illinois
Died: 22 July 1926, Waverly, Sangamon County, Illinois
John William Gray, son of William and Rebecca Gray, was born near Manchester, 28 August, 1867, and passed away at his home in Waverly Thursday, July 22, 1926, aged 58 years, 10 months and 24 days. He had been in poor health for some time, but his condition became serious last June.
His early life was spent near Waverly and surrounding community. On October 18, 1894, he was united in marriage to Ethel Smith, of Loami, who preceded him in death on the fifth of March, this year. To this union seven children were born: Rolland, of Rushville; Carroll, who preceded his father in death almost eight years ago; Mrs. Lester Dodd of Loami; and Marie, Nigel, John and Allyn, at home. He also leaves on grandson, Dale Francis Dodd; One brother, Charles Gray, of Franklin, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Sanam of Girard. His parents preceded him in death several years ago.
Sixteen years ago, he, with his wife and two oldest sones, united with the Baptist Church at Lowder.
He was a member of the Masonic lodge of Waverly, also a 32nd degree Mason, and a member of the Ansar Shrine of Springfield. His mind was clear to the end, and he said that his pain was not unbearable. He often expressed his willingness to go.
Go Thou Thy Way as I go mine, Apart yet not afar; Only a thin veil hangs between The pathways where we are. And God keep watch 'tween thee and me, This is my prayer, He looks Thy Way, he looketh mine, And keeps us near, Sometimes I'll long to see Thy face But since this cannot be I'll leave Thee to the care of Him Who cares for Thee and Me.
Funeral services were held at the First M. E. Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30, in charge of, Rev. Francis E. Smith of Gibson City, assisted by Rev. A. R. Wassell, Pastor of the church. A Quartet composed of Mrs. W. A. Barrow, Mrs. J. H. Shutt, W. L. Carter and C. A. Carter of East St. Louis sang, "The Old Rugged Cross", "In The Garden" and "When They Ring Those Golden Bells For You and Me". The Pall Bearers were. Cliff Harris, Fred Miller, Bert Mitchell, W. W. Lowe, C. F. Wimple and J. C. Deatherage. The flowers were cared for by Mrs. James Lythell, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Charles Mader, Mrs. F. O. Curtiss, Misses Stella and Lucile Rodgers, Edith Graves and Maude Workman. The local Masonic lodge attended the funeral in body, and had charge of the services at East Cemetery. [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Gray, Rebecca Ann Foster
Born: 20 December 1845, Arkansas
Died: 19 March 1920, Franklin Morgan County, Illinois
Rebecca Ann Foster, Daughter of Richard and Sarah Foster was born December 20, 1843, near Buryville, and departed this life March 19, 1920 at her home in Franklin at the age of seventy-five years. To this union eight children were born, five of whom preceded the parents in death. The remaining children are John W. Gray of Waverly; Mary Sansam of Girard; Charles A Gray of Chapin, An Adopted daughter, Arley F. Hart of Franklin, 13 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren., also a son-in-law, S. M. Kittinger. At an early age she professed her faith in Christ and united with the Baptist church, of which she has always been a faithful member. She never tired of telling of her faith in her Creator, and always tried to lead her children in the way they should go. She was ever thoughtful for the comforts of her family and friends, and made many sacrifices in their behalf.
What a magic word in "Mother"! A mother's love had all the stars of the universe shining at night on it. Mother was first to love us. Before we were born she thought of and planned for our comfort. Since our birth she had boured out the wealth of her heart's truest affection. She anticipated our needs, provided for them, did it all out of genuine love - no thought of a reward entering her mind. When we were sick she watched over us like a guardian angle, day and night. When we were away she longed constantly for our return. We owe her a debt we can never pay. How natural in trying to convey an adequate notion of God's love for his universe, it is to look upon the mother and the child, and when we can compare God to a loving mother, we can do no more. But even dying she is the best proof of immortality, for her love is too Devine to become dust! "if I were hanged on the highest hill - Mother O' Mine, I know whose love would follow me still Mother O' Mine I know who's tears would come down to me Mother O' Mine O Mother O' Mine If I were damned of body and soul, I know whose prayers would make me whole, Mother O' Mine - Dear Mother O' Mine!" [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Gray, Walter Otis
Born: 28 October 1880, Morgan County, Illinois
Died: 27 August 1907, Morgan County, Illinois
Walter Otis Gray, youngest Son of William and Rebecca Gray, was born October 28, 1880, in Morgan County, Illinois, near this city, and died August 24, 1907, at his home in Franklin. He was married August 21, 1900, to Miss Addie Slack, and to this union three children were born to them. Two children preceded him to the better land, leaving his wife and one daughter to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate husband and father. He is also survived by his father and mother, of this city; Two brothers, John of Maxwell and Charles of Girard, and one sister, Mrs. Leonard Crawford, residing in this vicinity who in mourning the loss of a dutiful son and kind brother, with hope of a blessed reunion in the eternal home above. In the last hours preceding his death, to these loved ones he expressed his readiness to meet time in the better world.
Walter professed religion at the age of14 at the Little York church, under the ministry of the Rev. R. A. Hartrick, then the pastor of the Waverly M. E. church. He afterward united with the New Hope Baptist church under the ministry of Elder Stamper, and served that church one year as clerk.
Funeral services were held in the M. E. Church at Franklin on Monday, August 26, conducted by Elder Stamper of the Baptist church, assisted by Rev. Flagg, pastor of the M. E. church, followed by interment in the Franklin Cemetery where the body was laid beside those of his little 17 - month' - old daughter, who had died only a few weeks before. A large concourse of sorrowing relatives and sympathizing friends attended both services at the church and at the cemetery. The Pall-bearers where Clarence Herman and George Foster, cousins of the deceased, and Lee Carson, Fred Harris and Cliff Harris of Maxwell. [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Gray, William M.
Born: January 1844, Illinois
Died: 23 February 1913, Franklin, Morgan County, Illinois
Old Veteran Passed Away
William M. Gray a former resident of Waverly died at his home in Franklin, Monday morning at 10:30 A.M., at the age of 69 years.
Mr. Gray was a veteran of the Civil War seeing more than four years service in that conflict. He enlisted while yet in his teens and was mustered out of the service at the close of the war a First Lieutenant of Infantry. Mr. Gray is survived by his wife and three of the five children to him and Mrs. Gray. For over thirty-five years the family lived in the Waverly and Franklin communities, having resided the pasts four months in Franklin. Mr. Gray was a staunch Christian man and strong in the counsel and work of the church.
The funeral was held Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. in the Baptist church at Franklin. Rev. Asa Stanper of Girard officiating, assisted by Rev. Asher of Jacksonville. Interment was in Franklin Cemetery. [Submitted by Jack A. Laswell, Sr.]

Green, Mrs. W. I.
died: November 27, 1897
Mr. Joseph Runkle of this city, received a telegram Saturday evening announcing the death of his sister, Mrs. W. I. Green, who passed away the same day at Jacksonville. Mrs. Green and family, consisting of her husband and one son, have resided in Colorado the past four years, having arrived in Jacksonville but a few days before her death. Mrs. Green was 49 years of age. She was a daughter of John Runkle, who was a lawyer of Rushville many years ago. Joseph Runkle went to Jacksonville Monday morning to attend the funeral. [The Schuyler Citizen, Schuyler Co., IL, December 1, 1897 - Transcribed by Carol Wolf Britton]

Greer, Rena L.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Rena L. Greer, 67, of Jacksonville, passed away Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital surrounded by her family. She was born on March 18, 1944, in Springfield, the daughter of Dewey and Georgia Seman Bridges. She married Fred Greer in March 1963, in Springfield, and he survives. She is also survived by three sons, Lee Greer of Champaign, Scott (wife, Charlotte) Greer of Chapin and Justin Greer of Jacksonville; two sisters, Pat (husband, Ron) Brooks of California and Linda (husband, Jim) Brazier of Springfield; five grandchildren, Ashley (husband, Andrew) Sanders of Jacksonville, Jesse ( fiancee, Jennifer) Greer of Petersburg, Tiffanie (companion, Matt) Greer of Jacksonville, Joshua (companion, Kristen) Greer of Chapin and Ty Greer of Champaign; and one great-grandchild, Kyler Greer. She was preceded in death by two sisters; one brother; and one great-granddaughter. Rena loved to cross stitch, do crossword puzzles, play online card games, listen to Elvis, and spend time with her grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Williamson Funeral Home. The family will meet friends from 12 p.m. until the time of the service Thursday at the funeral home. Williamson Funeral Home in Jacksonville is in charge of arrangements.

Gregory, Colleen
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Colleen "Cokie" Gregory, 77, of Jacksonville, died Friday, June 24, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. She was born Dec. 23, 1933, in Versailles, the daughter of Melvin and Dorothy VanDeventer Byram. She first married Glenn Fernandes, and he survives in Jacksonville. She later married Richard "Pete" Gregory on June 10, 1983, in Springfield. She is survived by her husband, Pete; children, Rita Iverson and William "Bill" (Leann) Gregory, both of Jacksonville, Leanne (Jeffrey) Dean of Princeton, Karen Gregory of Jacksonville, Beth Gregory of Appleton, Wis., Richard (Connie) Meiers of Bloomington, Ind., and Jennifer Gregory of Jacksonville; 16 grandchildren, Brianna and Kristina Iverson, Kasie, Kaylee and Janet Leigh Gregory, Greg, Rachel and Matthew Dean, Jackson Gregory, Heather and Steve Lupien, Samantha, Christina and Caitlin Meiers and Cody and Ian Schaller; seven great-grandchildren, Griffin, Xavier, Tyler, Izabelle, Ellyse, Carter and Kimberly; half sister, Sally (David) Henry of Jacksonville, Fla.; and her special aunt, Margie Martin of Springfield. She was preceded in death by her father; her mother and stepfather, Dorothy and Clifford "Bean" Zimmerman; daughter, Debra Lynn Fernandes; son, David Glenn Fernandes; and brother, Warren "Curry" Byram. Mrs. Gregory was a 1951 graduate of Jacksonville High School. She worked as a secretary for Ward R. Dunseth, M.D., for nearly 50 years and was a member of Northminster Presbyterian Church. Cokie loved her family, and especially adored her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Following the passing of her beloved Debbie and David, she was thrilled that God provided her with her great-grandson, Griffin. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Monday at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville, where the family will meet friends following the service. The committal service will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at Jacksonville East Cemetery.

Griffin, John Edward
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
John Edward "Eddie" Griffin, 72, of Meredosia, passed away Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. He was born in Chandlerville Dec. 2, 1938, the son of John W. Griffin and Ethel Mae Barrett Griffin. He married Carol Faith Harden on Dec. 2, 1966, in Jacksonville. He is survived by his wife, Carol; two sons, John (Tina) of Meredosia and James (Ami) of Chicago; three daughters, Rebecca (Douglas) Landa of Washington state, Deborah (Christopher) Cooper of Astoria and Loretta Griffin of Meredosia; three granddaughters, Gillian Griffin of Chicago and Autumn Blackburn and Krisalyn Cooper, both of Astoria; one grandson, James Griffin of Chicago; one step-grandson, Thomas Cooper of Astoria; and two brothers, James (Jean) Griffin of Hawaii and Larry (Kati) Griffin of Jacksonville. He was preceded in death by one brother, Roy Lee; and one granddaughter. Mr. Griffin served in the U.S. Air Force and retired from Nestle Beverage. He was an accomplished singer and enjoyed music, reading, amateur bird watching and viewing NASCAR races. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Thursday at Meredosia Baptist Church. Illinois Cremation Direct Inc., is in charge of arrangements.

Gronseth, Julia Lenora
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Julie Lenora Gronseth, 97, of Jacksonville, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital after a brief illness. She was born July 17, 1914, in Carpio, N.C., the daughter of Paul and Mathilda Heskin Paulson. She married Oscar A. Gronseth on June 9, 1939, in Hartford, Conn., and he preceded her in death March 24, 2000, She is survived by two children, Virginia "Ginny" (husband, Ed) Mullahy of Needham, Mass., and Paul (wife, Mary Marvin ) Gronseth of Claremont, Calif; four grandchildren, Karen Mullahy of Boston, Anne (husband, Henri) Meilleur of Lunenberg, Mass., and Dylan and Adrian Gronseth of Claremont, Calif.; and two great-grandchildren, Jack and Max Meilleur of Lunenburg, Mass. She was preceded in death by a brother, Jerald Paulson. Mrs. Gronseth graduated in 1936 from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wis., majoring in Home Economics. She taught Home Economics in North Dakota and Wisconsin before moving to Jacksonville in 1951. From 1958-1963, she was the first supervisor for District 117's school lunch program. She then taught science and home economics at Jonathan Turner Junior High School from 1963 until her retirement in 1975. Mrs. Gronseth then worked at the Emporium Department Store in Jacksonville for five years. She joined Grace United Methodist Church upon her arrival in Jacksonville, where she was a member of the choir for over 30 years and a member of United Methodist Women. She also was a member of the Lioness Club and the Home Extension. She was an accomplished pianist and enjoyed music and gardening. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville. Burial will be held at a later date at Riverside Cemetery in Stoughton, Wis. The family will meet friends 10-11 a.m. Wednesday prior to the service.

Gross, Dr. William C.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL, - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Dr. William C. Gross, 84, a retired veterinarian with a passion for animals, a talent for delivering jokes and anecdotes to his patients (both human and animal), passed away in his sleep on July 21st, 2011. Dr. Gross grew up in a family of eight children on a ranch homesteaded in Russell, Kan., originating from the time of the Civil War. He graduated from Russell High School and a few years ago he was able to attend his sixty-fifth high school reunion in Russell, Kan. Drafted into the service in 1943, he was stationed in California until his honorable discharge. He continued his education at Kansas State Veterinary School in Manhattan, Kan., where he graduated in 1950. While working towards his doctorate in veterinary medicine, he received a scholastic scholarship from the Borden Milk Company. He met Carolyn M. Powers while attending Kansas State and they were married in August 1951, living 57 years together until the death of Carolyn in July 2008. Three children survive, namely , Evelyn C. Gross Trice of Oak Park and Steven C. Gross and William P. Gross, both of Jacksonville. Two grandchildren, William Forrest Gross of West Lafayette, Ind., (attending Purdue University) and Hunter M. Gross of Oak Park (attending Fenwick Preparatory High School), survive. During his lifetime it was his upmost priority to take care of his family and to support and encourage his children to follow their respective interests. Following his loving example, his son, Steven, resided with him becoming his primary caregiver for the final three years of his life. Dr. Gross was one of the first cattleman in the country to breed and raise Black Angus Beefalo. He was a longtime owner of registered Angus cattle that originated from his family's ranch in Kansas where the herd was established over 100 years ago. His father was one of the founding members of the American Angus Association. Dr. Gross started his own herds of buffalo, beefalo, deer and elk in Morgan County 60 years ago and he enjoyed spending weekends fishing, horseback riding and showing his children the rewards of spending time with animals. All three children have warm memories of accompanying their father on farm calls watching calves, horses and puppies being delivered, as well as watching their father perform surgery in barns while comforting both animal as well as the owner. His lifetime objective was preventive healthcare and medicine for animals. Dr. Gross had great interest in the development of youth and assisted many youngsters who showed interest in farming or veterinary medicine. He was very generous with his time and resources and always encouraged others to participate in his agricultural endeavors. Dr. Gross practiced veterinary medicine in Central Illinois for over 55 years traveling across many counties while maintaining a central office in Winchester and working with his three brothers, Dr. Glen C. Gross, Dr. Dean R. Gross, Dr. Robert U. Gross, and one sister, Dr. Joanne Gross Pfeffer, who also were practicing veterinarians in Jacksonville. Two other sisters, Betty Woodward and Virginia Courier, and one other brother, Joseph Gross, have predeceased him. A nephew, Dr. Joseph "Mac" Gross, was the sixth veterinarian in the Gross family and he later joined the Winchester practice. Mac still continues to provide veterinary services out of the Winchester office. Dr. Gross loved everything about the western United States. He enjoyed traveling to Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma to view herds of wildlife. He enjoyed visiting the Indian pueblos of New Mexico and greatly appreciated the culture and art of Santa Fe. He and his wife traveled to over 60 countries around the world during their 57 years of marriage and he especially enjoyed becoming acquainted with children in orphanages during several trips he made to Russia. He combined the wanderlust of travel and his passion for animals by visiting Australia's unique marsupials in the outback; he experienced East African wild animal safaris; he studied gauchos and their cattle herds in several South American countires; and visited Poland's Bialowicza National Park to study the European Bison bloodlines. Dr. Gross was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, the Elks Club, American Veterinary Medical Association and a member of the Kansas State Alumni Association. A private memorial service will be held in the future.

Grove, James C.
In Jacksonville, on the 9th, Mr. James C. Grove, aged 40, late of New Jersey. [Sangamo Journal (Springfield, IL) – Friday, March 26, 1841]

 

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Davidson, Daniel
Died, insane, Jacksonville, Ill., December 20, 1868, aged 46. [Listed in the 1843 Chicago City Directory as "clerk, Horace Norton & Co., bds Am. Temp. House".; the directory was reprinted in 1896 with death info; ] [submitted by KT]

Davis, Joan
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Joan Davis, 76, of Springfield, and formerly of Meredosia and Jacksonville, died Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011, at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. She was born Jan. 23, 1935, in Freeport, Maine, the daughter of Emile and Alice Morin Levesque. She is survived by four children, Deborah (Mike) Levett of Durhamville, N.Y., Dennis (Evelyn) Lovely of Virginia Beach, Va., Donald (Lorie) Lovely of Lebanon, Maine, and Jenny Chute of Meredosia; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Don Davis; son-in-law, Steve Chute; and her longtime companion, George Dube. Mrs. Davis had worked many years at the Jacksonville Developmental Center. She was raised in the Catholic faith and attended Church of Our Saviour. Joan enjoyed crafts and flower gardening, and was an accomplished seamstress. A prayer service will be held 4 p.m. Friday at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville. The family will meet friends following the service until 6 p.m.

Day, Thomas N.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Thomas N. Day, 56, of Jacksonville, died Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011, at his residence. He was born Dec. 14, 1955, in Nashville, the son of Wilson M. and Norma Totten Day. He is survived by two sisters, Beth (husband, Dan) Glenn of Jacksonville and his twin, Amy Day of Hartford City, Ind.; and two nephews, Christopher Glenn and Kelly Glenn, both of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Day was a dispatcher for Landes Trucking in Jacksonville. He had previously worked as a paralegal and at EMI Manufacturing in Jacksonville. He was a graduate of Westville High School, attended Danville Junior College and served in the United States Navy for nine years. He was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. Private services will be held. The Williamson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Delaney, Helen Joan
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Helen Joan Delaney, 84, of Jacksonville, died Monday, Dec. 12, 2011, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville. She was born Sept. 18, 1927, in Arenzville the daughter of Oscar F. and Ruth Wood Niemann. She married Charles "Gene" Delaney on Feb. 18, 1950, in Arenzville, and he survives. She is also survived by a stepdaughter, Roena Henne of Decatur; niece, Joni (Gary) Walmsley of Decatur; nephew, Richard (Christine) Niemann of Alexandria, Va.; one great-niece; and three great-nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Gordon "Bob" Niemann and Arthur Niemann; and son-in-law, James Henne. Mrs. Delaney was a 1948 graduate of Passavant Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a surgical nurse for several years at Passavant Area Hospital and later as a supervising nurse at Jacksonville Developmental Center, retiring in 1987. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at the Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home of Jacksonville, with burial at Arenzville North Cemetery. The family will meet friends from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Dickman, Vera
Meredosia:  Vera Dickman, 76, of Meredosia died Wednesday [April 23, 1986] at Memorial Medical Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Schaefer-Cody Funeral Home in
Meredosia.
Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery.
Surviving are her husband, Harry; five sons, Royce "Butch," Ray, Bob and Ted, all of Meredosia, and Wayne of Jacksonville; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Joyce Sue) Toland of Rushville; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Violet Little of Springfield and Gloria Armstrong of Bloomington; and six brothers, Eugene and Dale McDannold, both of Meredosia, Marvin "Bill" and Vernard McDannold, both of Stanford, Kenneth McDannold of Clinton, Ark., Bernard McDannold of Minier. [State Journal-Register, Springfield, IL, April 24, 1986, Page: 20; Submitted by Sara Hemp]

Duewer, Edna M.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Edna M. Duewer, 92, of Pickering, Mo., and formerly of Waverly, peacefully went home to heaven on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011. She was born Sept. 3, 1919, the daughter of John and Louise Walther Haefker in Wayside, Kan., where she spent her childhood and school days. She moved to St. Louis after graduation and later met and married Clarence O. Duewer in December of 1940. He preceded her in death in June 1987. She lived in central Illinois until 1995 and then moved to Greeley, Colo., near her daughter, Marie. She moved to Pickering and lived with her daughter and husband until her death. She belonged to Ladies Aid, St. John's Lutheran Church in New Berlin, Home Bureau in Morgan County and was a Cub Scout leader in Waverly. She volunteered at Passavant Area Hospital for eight years in Jacksonville and in various areas at Bonell Good Samaritan home in Greeley, Colo. She is survived by one son, Dan (companion, Jean Hoke) Duewer of Waverly; one daughter, Marie (husband, Ralph) Walsh of Pickering, Mo.; eight grandchildren, Scott (wife, Annie), Matt (wife, Bobbie) and Doug (wife, Rebecca) Duewer, Rich (wife, Trish) Walsh, Mike (wife, Gretchen) Walsh, Teresa (husband, Roger) Frueh, Salena (husband, John) Fritz and Molly Eger; 16 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. Sunday at McCullough-Delaney & Butler Funeral Home, 714 E. Gibson St., New Berlin. Additional visitation will be Monday at 1 p.m. until the time of the ceremony 2 p.m. on Monday at St. John's Lutheran Church, 300 E. Gibson St., New Berlin with Pastor Robert Barth officiating. Burial will follow at Waverly East Cemetery.

Dunn, Randall Eugene
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Randall E. Dunn, 46, born in Jacksonville, died Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011, at his home in Wichita Falls, Texas. Surviving are his mother, Linda Dunn Summers; significant other, Jack Scott; brother, Stephen Dunn; grandmother, Irene Summers; and aunt, Judy Mueller. Preceding him in death was an infant son, Ricky Dunn; grandfather, James Summers; uncle, Larry Summers and uncle, Eugene Summers. Randall was a musician having sold several records in France. He loved building computers and playing his guitar. Graveside services will be held at a later date.

Duvendack, Aryetta Maxine
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Aryetta Maxine Duvendack, 89, a resident of the Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Mount Sterling, and formerly of Versailles, passed away at 12:15 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011, at the nursing home in Mount Sterling. She was born, June 13, 1922, in Henry County, Iowa, the daughter of John and Ary Tucker Vincent. She married Richard Duvendack on Oct. 10, 1943, in Kahoka, Mo., and he preceded her in death on Jan. 23, 1972. Mrs. Duvendack was a homemaker and later in life worked as a home health care provider and for the Modern Manor Nursing Home in Mount Sterling. She graduated from Mount Pleasant (Iowa) High School with the class of 1941. Mrs. Duvendack was a member of the Versailles Christian Church. She was also a member of the Versailles Idelle Rebekah Lodge and always enjoyed collecting rocks, raising animals and flowers and gardening, but her greatest joy was spending time with her family. Survivors include four children, Jim Duvendack and his wife Doris of Mount Sterling, Cheryl Hodge and her husband James of Versailles, Randy Duvendack and his wife Naomi of Jacksonville and Rick Duvendack and his wife Christine of Canton; three brothers, James Vincent of Loveland, Colo., Bud Vincent of Ozark, Mo., and John Roger Vincent of Denver; and two sisters, Mary Karns of Drake, Colo., and Jane Sell of Cody, Wyo. Fourteen grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren also survive along with several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Ralph Vincent; and one sister, Edna Mae Thornburg. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery near Meredosia, with Minister Justin DeVries officiating. Friends may call any time after 4 p.m. Monday at the Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling, with the family meeting friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Friends may also call from 8 a.m. until noon on Tuesday at the funeral home. The Hendricker Funeral Home in Mount Sterling is in charge of the arrangements.

Dyer, Joseph E. Sr.
[Jacksonville Journal Courier, Jacksonville, IL - Sub. by Ella Tittsworth]
Joseph E. "Grumpy" Dyer Sr., 60, of Jacksonville, passed away Friday morning, Dec. 23, 2011, in Jacksonville. He was born June 3, 1951, in Jacksonville, the son of Guy E. and Ruth Lumsden Dyer. He is survived by three sons, Joseph E. (wife, Heather) Dyer Jr. of Chandlerville and David (wife, Tassie) Dyer and Aaron (wife, Amanda) Dyer, both of Jacksonville; four daughters, Cathy Mayes of New Jersey and Roxanne Fanshier, Wendy (fiance, Scott) Dyer and Mindy (husband, Bruce) Murphy, all of Jacksonville; 14 grandchildren; one great-grandson; one sister Judith (husband, Kenneth) Harvey of Girard; and friends, Lynn and Randy Stone of Jacksonville, he was preceded in death by his parents. Mr. Dyer had been employed with Robert Nickel Ag Service in Concord for eight years and later at Buster Sanitation Service for 24 years. He was of the Catholic faith. He enjoyed playing with his grandchildren, fishing and building demolition derby cars with his sons. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Williamson Funeral Home. The family will meet friends from 2-3 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

 

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Mary M. Hull

93, of Winchester passed away Monday, October 18th in White Hall. Arrangements are pending at Daws Family Funeral Home in Winchester

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Max L. Edlen

85, of Bluffs passed away Friday, October 15th in Pittsfield. Arrangements are pending at Daws Family Funeral Home in Bluffs.

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Rev. Brian Paul Edwin Homann

30, of Beardstown, passed away Thursday, October 14th. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, October 22nd at St. Paul’s Church near Dorans. Burial will take place at Dodge Grove Cemetery. Visitation for family and friends will be held from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 21st at the church. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 24th at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Beardstown. Schilling Funeral Home & Crematory in Mattoon is in charge of arrangements.

Debra K. (Ervin) Stevens

59, of Woodson, passed away on Tuesday, October 12th in Jacksonville. All services will be held privately with interment at Oakwood Cemetery in Pittsfield. Niebur Funeral Home in Pittsfield is handling the arrangements.

Elsie M. (Ballard) Beckey

90, of Springfield, died October 4th in Auburn. A Memorial Gathering will be 10-11:30 am, Wednesday, October 20th at Staab Funeral Home in Springfield. Graveside services will follow at Noon at Camp Butler National Cemetery in Springfield.

Dennis Russell Smith

72, of Tallula, passed away Tuesday, October 12th. A funeral service will be held at 10AM Thursday, October 21st at the Truth Tabernacle Church in Petersburg. A visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will follow at Camp Butler National Cemetery in Springfield. Hurley Funeral Home in Petersburg is assisting the family with arrangements.

Teresa Mae Adams

62, of Orlando, Florida and formerly of Jacksonville, died Saturday, October 2nd. Arrangements are pending at Buchanan & Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville.

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Janice Lynn Noble

75, of Mt. Sterling, passed away Tuesday, October 12th in Jacksonville. Cremation rites have been accorded. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 20th at Hebron Cemetery south of Mt. Sterling. There will be no visitation. Hendricker Funeral Home in Mt. Sterling is assisting the family with arrangements.

Ronald Frank Nardi

73, of Jacksonville, passed away on Friday, October 8th. Funeral services will be held at Noon Wednesday, October 20th at Staab Funeral Home in Springfield, with burial to follow at Calvary Cemetery in Jacksonville. Visitation will be held one hour prior to service at the funeral home.

David A. Scheina

71, of Pleasant Plains, died Saturday, October 9th. Cremation rites have been accorded. A graveside service will be held at Noon on Tuesday, October 19th at Camp Butler National Cemetery with military honors provided by the Department of Defense and the Interveterans Burial Detail of Sangamon County. Butler Funeral Home in Springfield is assisting the family with arrangements.

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