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John Whitaker

Dec 23, 1946 - May 24, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Mr. John Whitaker, age 76, of Ewing, MO passed away, Wednesday, May 24, 2023 at his home near Ewing. Memorial services will be held Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 10:00 a. m. at the Ewing First Baptist ChurchVisitation will be held Friday, May 26, 2023 from 4:00 until 8:00 p. m at the Ewing First Baptist Church. The family suggests memorials be made to Hospice of Northeast Missouri or to the Parkinson Foundation in care of Ball-Davis Funeral Home, P. O. Box 273, Ewing, MO 63440. A complete obituary w...Read More

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Alyce Kae Parker

Dec 22, 1944 - Feb 13, 2024

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Ewing, MO

On this day, February 13th, 2024, we said goodbye to our mother. She was surrounded by those who loved her, in the house where Dad and she started their family.Alyce (don’t call her Alyce) Kae Smith was born on December 22nd, 1944 to Alice and Hugh Smith. Her big brother, Gary, was determined to be her protector from that day forward. Although she was a self-proclaimed tomboy who knew she could stand up for herself, Gary was there to swing a bat at the boys that teased her. Gary knew that his sister would grow into the woman she eventually became: strong-willed and confident, knowing that the best way to avoid confrontation was with compassion. Anyone who knew our mother knew that above all…she exuded love to the fullest. Mama was the epitome of an empath. She was always there to give advice, offer support, be a listening ear, cry with you, laugh with you, and do so with endless love.She was born and raised in Canton, MO. After high school she continued her academics at Culver-Stockton College, studying Education. She went on from there to venture to the East Coast to earn her Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology from Smith College in Northampton, MA. However, her time at Culver-Stockton was where she’d meet the man that we grew up knowing as “Dad”. Kae Smith and John Parker were wed on November 30, 1968, after his return from Vietnam. Selfishly, we think this was the most important moment in our mother’s life…because out of that marriage came us (their three children): Amy Elizabeth, Katherine Frazier, and John Matthew.Her career started in early education, before later moving into another public sector position as the Postmaster in Taylor, MO. After spending around 20 years with the Postal Service, Mom wanted to get back to what she was truly passionate about; teaching deaf education and speech pathology. She started teaching in the Quincy Public School District where she spent the next 20 years touching the lives of countless students. Mom wasn’t just a teacher, she was a guiding light for so many children who would tell you today just how important “Mrs. Parker” was in their lives. Mom knew that education didn’t stop in the classroom and was always willing to do whatever it took to make sure that her students were cared for. After her time in Quincy, she would finish her teaching career in her hometown of Canton. Upon retirement, Mom would have a new, but welcome challenge: caring for her grandchildren. Mia, Maddox, and Quinn were her pride and joy. Most of her later life was spent with her grandchildren right by her side. Whether it was taking Mia and Quinn to dance, or listening to Maddox read a Magic Treehouse book every night to her, “Ahma” was in her happy place.We will always be unapologetically proud to call her, the “Best Mother in the World”. That is what she was. Many who knew her but were not blood-related, consider her to be like a mother to them. There is no greater blessing, no higher honor, and no better gift than being Kae Parker’s kids. We love you, Mama…a bushel and a peck.Kae Parker is survived by her children and spouses Amy (Brandon), Kate (Adam), Matt (Mellissa); grandchildren Mia, Maddox, Quinn; brother and spouse Gary (Joann); niece and spouse Susan (Steve); and nephew Jeffrey.Memorial services will be held Sunday, February 18, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. at the Davis Funeral Home in Canton with Rev. David Yonker officiating with speaker, Susan Barg. Visitation will be held from 1:00 p.m. until time of services in the funeral home.The family suggests memorials be made to the Canton Public Library.Honorary Pallbearers will be: Bentley Bunch, Zach Clark, Judy Dubois, Hemchand Gossai, Sara Beth Jones, Neal Miller, Bob Morrison, and Andrew Scott. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Alyce Kae Parker, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Billy K. (BK) Turner

Dec 18, 1939 - Feb 06, 2024

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Ewing, MO

Billy K. (BK) Turner, age 84, of rural Ewing, MO passed away Tuesday, February 6, 2024 at 12:51 p.m. at his home near Ewing. He was born December 18, 1939 in Tolona, MO a son of William Ernest and Arietta Maxine Shires Turner. He married the love of his life, Shirley Ann Gaus, on July 17, 1960 at the Dover Baptist Church. She survives.Billy graduated from La Grange High School in 1957. He was a Deacon, Trustee and Sunday School Teacher of the Dover Baptist Church where he accepted Jesus at an early age and was baptized, he had also been a Gideon at one time. Billy was a member of the Monticello Masonic Lodge and past master of the former Ewing Masonic Lodge. Billy farmed all of his life and wore many hats over the years. He worked at CARE as a transport driver, was an MU extension council member and a 4-H leader and at one time worked for Roy Goings as a mechanic. He also had worked construction with Clarence Deters, and had served and walked the Union Township Levy District. Billy helped build the bins at Bunge and helped raise money to construct the Lewis County Fair Grounds. He had been a mechanic with Jim’s bomber cars at Scotties Raceway and he and Shirley enjoyed travelling to Donelson and Memphis to watch the races. He also enjoyed watching NASCAR on TV. In earlier years he enjoyed neighborhood tractor pulls at Dover. Billy enjoyed yearly vacations in Estes Park, CO to see the Elk come down from the mountain for the winter and enjoyed the Scottish festival the first week in September where different clans from all over the world came together to celebrate, he loved to listen to Bag Pipe music. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Turner of Ewing; children, James Kent (Deann Hopson) Turner and Michelle “Shelly” (Michael) Nichols both of Ewing, MO; sister Betty Maxine (Donald) Fifer of Ewing; four granddaughters, Kellie Ann (Justin) Seals of Monticello, MO, Amanda Marie (Barrett) Struchtemyer of Mayview, MO, Alicia Marie Doran of Palmyra, MO and Jami Lynn Turner of Centralia, MO; great grandchildren, Tyler D., Tucker M. and Toby O. Seals, Elaine M. and Lucille A. Doran and Emmett J. and Quinnlyn A. Struchtemyer; aunt, Travelle Whitaker of Ewing and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister and brother in law Aloma and Jerry Shoop, in laws Anne and Ercil Gaus, brother in law William Rash and niece Anita Rathbun.Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at the Ball-Davis Funeral Home with Dennis Mayer officiating. Burial will be in Dover Cemetery, rural La Grange, MO. Visitation will be held Friday, February 9, 2024 from 3:00 until 7:00 p.m. at the Ball-Davis Funeral Home in Ewing.The family suggests memorials be made to the Dover Baptist Church, Dover Cemetery or the Charity of the Donor’s Choice in care of Ball-Davis Funeral Home, P.O. Box 273, Ewing, MO 63440Pallbearers will be: Jason Shoop, Jamie Schroder, Donnie Ray Fifer, Donnie Fifer, Tom Adam, Daniel Drebenstedt and Bill Rash Jr.Honorary Pallbearer will be: Donald Fifer, Barrett Struchtemyer, Justin Seals, Jami Turner, Alicia Doran, Amanda Stuchtemyer and Kellie Seals.Music will be: “Amazing Grace” and “The Well Done” To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Billy (BK) Kent Turner, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Mildred Whiston

Mar 20, 1921 - Dec 03, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Mildred Howell Whiston passed away the morning of Sunday, December 3, 2023 in the Lewis County Nursing Home, Canton MO at the age of 102. Mildred was born March 20, 1921 in Woodland, MO in the home of her grandparents to Ralph and Mary Howell Barkley. She married Bryon Whiston February 3, 1940. He preceded her in death on December 7, 1999, after 59 years of marriage. Mildred and Bryon were living in New Mexico when World War II began. When her husband went to serve in the Navy Mildred returned to Canton and became a certified welder, manufacturing parts to aid in the war effort. After the war, Mildred and her husband started and co-owned Bryon Whiston Construction, later becoming Whiston Construction Company, Inc. She remained bookkeeper of that company until the age of 97. Mildred enjoyed life on her farm. Her hobbies included walking among her cattle (often naming them), gardening, and canning. She loved her dogs and most of all her family. Her cooking was, and will remain, legendary. Against her wishes, her sons Mike and Mark took away her chainsaw at the age of 90. She continued tending her flowers and mowing her own yard for several years after that. Mildred was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and the Saint Anne's Alter Society. She was also a 4-H Club Leader. Mildred is survived by her five children, Mary (Charles) Haley, Jeanette (Jon) Headrick, Louise (Charles) Thompson, Mike (Debby) Whiston, and Mark (Deanne) Whiston; eleven grandchildren, Christina (Ron) Martin, Bryon Haley, Matt (Jennifer) Haley, Karl (Sara) Haley, Chase (Becky) Thompson, Nick Whiston, Jenna Whiston, Ryan (Briana) Whiston, Jason (Linda) Whiston, Jeff (Cindy) Whiston, Greg (Lauren) Whiston and eighteen great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Kenneth Barkley and a grandson, Benjamin Whiston. A Concelebrated Mass of Christian Burial will be held, Wednesday, December 6, 2023 at 10:00 a. m. at the Shrine of St. Patrick Catholic Church in St. Patrick. Co-Presiders will be Fr. Rob Fields and Fr. Callistus Okoroji. Burial will be in Forest Grove Cemetery, Canton, MO. Visitation will be held Tuesday, December 5, 2023 from 5:00 until 7:00 p. m. at the Davis Funeral Home in Canton with a Rosary Service at 4:45 p. m. at the funeral home. The family suggests memorials be made to the Lewis County Nursing Home or St. Joseph's Catholic Church in care of Davis Funeral Home, P. O. Box 108, Canton, MO 63435. Pallbearers will be: Chase Thompson, Jason Whiston, Jeff Whiston, Greg Whiston, Karl Haley, Bryon Haley, Matt Haley, Nick Whiston and Ryan Whiston. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Mildred Howell Whiston, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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William Gaus

Mar 06, 1944 - Nov 12, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Mr. William (Willie) R. Gaus, age 79, of Ewing, MO passed away, Sunday, November 12, 2023 at 1:57 a. m. in Blessing Hospital in Quincy, IL. He was born March 6, 1944 in Quincy, IL a son of Chester Richard and Mildred Irene Logsdon Gaus. He graduated from Ewing High School in 1962. He married Margaret Ann Carder on June 19, 1965 at Bridal Cave in Camdenton, MO. She survives. Willie was employed by Titan Wheel (formerly Electric Wheel and Can-Am) and retired in 2009. He also farmed during this time as well. He was a member of the Lewis County Fair board for many years and enjoyed participating and winning many tractor pull events. He also enjoyed fishing, coon hunting, gardening, mushroom hunting and watching a good western movie. He was a very dedicated blood donator and donated many gallons over the years. In more recent years, he enjoyed doting on his beloved cat Frankie. In addition to his cherished cat, Willie also enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren and having the family over for Sunday dinners. He spent many hours pushing grandkids in the swing and would always have their favorite treats on hand from them. Survivors include his wife, Mardy Gaus of Ewing, one daughter, Regina (William Terlisner) Gaus of Quincy, IL; one son Darin (Chantel) Gaus of Ewing; four grandchildren, Sadie (Calvin) Smith of Quincy, IL, Lindseigh (Andrew) Griesbaum of Ewing, Alexis (Bryan) Davis of Palmyra and Zayne Gaus of Ewing; six great grandchildren, Andrin and Arrow Griesbaum, Denver and Dawsyn Davis, Sajrina and Catalina Smith; one sister, Berniece (Paul) Neisen of Ewing and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Eldon and Edwin Gaus. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 15, 2023 at 10:00 a. m. at the Ball-Davis Funeral Home in Ewing with Rev. Elmer Hagood officiating. Burial will be in Ewing Memorial Cemetery, Ewing, MO. Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 14, 2023 from 4:00 p. m. until 7:00 p. m. at the Ball-Davis Funeral Home in Ewing. The family suggests memorials be made to the Alzheimers AssociationMusic will be: Linda Hutcherson, Mary Jo Erlich, Lesa Job and Susie Job singing Go Rest High On That Mountain, Amazing Grace and How Great Thou ArtPallbearers will be: Kevin Gaus, Curtis Gaus, Andrew Griesbaum, Bryan Davis, Zayne Gaus and Alan Toliver To plant Memorial Trees in memory of William (Willie) Richard Gaus, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Judith Scott

Sep 25, 1938 - Oct 30, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Judith (Judy) Lynn Scott, age 85, made her transition to Heaven October 30, 2023 very peacefully in her sleep at the home of her daughter Mary Inghram in Largo, Florida. Judy was born September 25, 1938 in Pontoosuc, Illinois, a daughter of Kathryn DeHaven (deceased) and Casper Lavon Atwell (deceased). She was married to the love of her life William Scott (deceased) for 50 years. She had seven biological children and three step-children: Mary Inghram (daughter) of Largo, Florida, Denny Walker, Jr. (deceased), Verla Burger (daughter) (deceased), Denise Reed (daughter) and son-in-law Kelly Reed of Shawnee, KS, Shawn Walker (son) and daughter-in-law Debbie Walker of Shawnee, KS, Nicky Walker (son) (deceased), Jodi Cheselka (daughter) of Kansas City, MO, Julie Moon (step-daughter) and son-in law Terry Moon of Canton, MO, Steve Scott (step-son) and daughter-in-law Jennifer Scott of Summerville, S. C. and Tracy Scott (step-son, deceased). Judy has two brothers and two sisters, Coleen Brown of LaGrange, MO, Brad DeHaven of Fort Madison, IA, Donna Link (deceased) and Mike DeHaven (deceased). Judy has 15 grandchildren; Monique, Scooter, Billy, Liz, Dana, James, Monte, Josh, Siana, Michael, Nicole, Jeff, Ben, Amanda, and Brandon; multiple great grandchildren and great great grandchildren; as well as many children throughout her life, not related, but loved her and called her Mom. She had amazing friends who were her family and were always there for her and she for them, especially Karen James, Jane and Teddy Livingston, Robin Keller, and Bev Dunn all from Canton. Judy loved family, friends, life and was always helping people. She was a country music singer and could bellow out in perfect pitch Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and pretty much any country song you asked her to sing. Her heart was so big with love for everyone. She was invited to go on a USO tour in the late 60's to sing, but did not take the opportunity to follow fame. Rather she chose to stay home and become a beautiful, loving, kind, spunky, sweet amazing mom to raise her children. She will always be remembered in our hearts as the best, most beautiful, wonderful mom, grandma, friend who always spread love, good words and kindness to all. She was very active in volunteering to help at church, was a volunteer EMT in Canton, volunteered to do makeovers for people in the local nursing home in Canton, loved working the floral department at County Market in Canton and enjoyed making crafts and jewelry. Judy was an amazing woman who always went above and beyond to spread her love, kindness and cheer to all she came in contact with. She will be missed by so many people who loved her. She is at peace now, in Heaven with her love Bill. There will be a celebration of life in Canton, Missouri this spring 2024 for Judy and Bill together. A time and place will be announced later. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Judith Lynn Scott, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Tammy Kramer

Jul 28, 1973 - Oct 15, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Tammy Elizabeth Kramer, age 50, of Palmyra, MO passed away, Sunday, October 15, 2023 at 1:20 p. m. at the University of Missouir Hospital in Columbia, MO. Funeral services will be held Monday, October 23, 2023 at 11:00 a. m. at the Davis Funeral Home in La Grange, MO. Burial will be in Dover Cemetery, Selves Addition near La Grange, MO. Visitation will be held Sunday, October 22, 2023 from 3:00 p. m. until 7:00 p. m. at the Davis Funeral Home in La Grange, MO. Please check back later for

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Marie Lange

Feb 11, 1926 - Sep 09, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Mrs. Marie Lange, age 97, of the Country Aire Retirement Estates in Lewistown, MO formerly of Ewing, MO passed away, Saturday, September 9, 2023 in the home. She was born February 11, 1926 in East St. Louis, IL a daughter of Fred and Mary Scharf Knepper. She married Henry W. Lange on November 4, 1947 in Pocahontas, Ark. , He died in 1983. Marie was a former member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She loved to travel with Vera and Bob Krietemyer and went to many states, she also loved her dog pup pup. Marie was a fomer member of the Asbury United Methodist Church near Steffenville and after its closing became a member of the Durham United Methodist Church. She had worked four years at Continental Can in East St. Louis, 15 years at International Shoe Factory in Quincy, IL and 23 years for Harris Corporation where she retired. She is survived by nieces and nephews, Jo Ann Forhan of O'Fallon, IL, Carol Descours of Paris France, Shirley Snyder of Belleville, IL, Donald Ballard of Collinsville, IL, Richard Ballard of Springfield, MO, Terry Nichols of Viola, IL, Karen Lange Bugh of Ewing, MO, Kathy Lange Elder of Canton, MO and Carla Lange Corbin of Quincy, IL. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, four brothers and three sisters. Graveside services and burial will be held Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 10:00 a. m. in the Ewing Memorial Cemetery in Ewing with Pastor Rusty Shultz officiating. Visitation will be held Wednesday morning from 9:00 until 10:00 a. m. at the Ball-Davis Funeral Home in Ewing. The family suggests memorials be made to the Durham United Methodist Church or to the Country Aire Retirement Estates. Pallbearers will be: Chris Bugh, Stephanie Bugh, Jason Johnston, Kendra Speer, Darien Bugh and Nicholas Bugh. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Marie Lange, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Sheila Pennington

Sep 21, 1958 - Aug 12, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Sheila Pennington, 64, of Ewing, MO, passed away Friday, August 11, 2023, at SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital in St. Louis, MO. Funeral Services and obituary are pending at the Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel in Palmyra, MO.

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Dennis Sheridan

Nov 21, 1941 - Jul 27, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Mr. Dennis G. Sheridan, age 81, of Ewing, MO passed away Thursday, July 27, 2023 at the La Belle Manor Nursing Home in La Belle, MO. He was born November 21, 1941 in Quincy, IL a son of Wilma Irene Fohrman (Al) Walker and Edward Sheridan. He married Shirley J. Peters on July 13, 1963 in Philadelphia, MO. Dennis was a member of the First Baptist Church of Ewing. He liked to hunt, fish and rebuild cars and operated Tin Doctor Autobody with his son Ric. Dennis operated a bulldozer for over 30 years for Klocke, Inc. , first with Eugene Klocke and later with Randy Klocke. Survivors include his wife, Shirley of Ewing; one daughter, Nikki (Darin) McCleary of Liberty, IL; two sons, Eric (Barb) Sheridan of Ewing and Tom (Teri) Sheridan of Reno, NV; granddaughter, Macy (Austin) Huber of Plainville, IL; grandsons, Logan (Madelyn) Sheridan of Quincy, Jonathan Willer of Payson, IL, Jamie (Jennifer) Kindhart of Philadelphia, MO, Zaquiri Sheridan of Reno, NV and Sam Sheridan of Reno NV; five great grandchildren and one brother, Steve Walker of Ewing. He was preceded in death by his parents, son Kent Sheridan and son in law, Fred Willer. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 1, 2023 at 11:00 a. m. at the First Baptist Church of Ewing with Rev. Tim Smith and Rev. Richard Ulrich officiating. Burial will be in Ewing Memorial Cemetery, Ewing, MO. Visitation will be held Tuesday morning from 9:00 a. m. until time of services in the church. The family suggests memorials be made to First Baptist Church of Ewing or to the Ewing Memorial Cemetery in care of Ball-Davis Funeral Home, Ewing, MO. Music will be: "Amazing Grace" and "Take My Hand Precious Lord" by ElvisPallbearers will be: Logan Sheridan, Jonathan Willer, Darin McCleary, Austin Huber, Jason Shoop and Mike KramerHonorary Pallbearers will be: Randy Klocke, Penny Malloy and Kevin Kelley To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Dennis G. Sheridan, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Betty Lloyd

Nov 06, 1933 - Jul 04, 2023

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Ewing, MO

Betty Jo Lloyd, 89, passed away July 4, 2023 in Blessing Hospital. She was born November 6, 1933 in Monticello to Fred and May Smith Leeser. She attended grade school and junior high in Monticello before attending her high school years in Canton High School where she graduated in 1951. During her Junior Play her character was cast as the love interest of the character played by Bill Lloyd. This sparked the beginning of a relationship that spanned 74 years. Bill and Betty Jo were married June 13, 1953 and they just celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. After high school, Betty Jo began working at Martin Chevrolet as a bookkeeper, mastering Chevrolet's intensive bookkeeping system. She went on to work for Martin Chevrolet and Miller Chevrolet in Canton, Missouri and for Daniels Chevrolet in Kahoka. Betty Jo owned several businesses in Canton including The Craft Corner, The Flower Mill, and The Basket House. She also worked at the Bank of Monticello for several years before retiring. Betty Jo was a master at many crafts including knitting, counted cross stitch, ceramics, tolle painting, quilting, basket making and chair caning. She was also an accomplished artist gifting her children and grandchildren many of her paintings. For many years, she taught classes around the area in the art of making baskets, sewing garments and knitting. She sewed many of the clothes for Cindy and Jeanne during their school years and at times she could stitch up an outfit with less than 24 hours' notice. Many friends and family were gifted loaves of her Poppy Seed or Zucchini bread over the years. Betty Jo also enjoyed playing in several Bridge, Pinochle and Bunco groups. Betty Jo was a long-time member of the Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton where she served as the Financial Secretary for over 40 years. She was also a 50 year member of Chapter BS PEO, Canton/Monticello Eastern Star, Canton Area Arts Council and served as an original board member of Sun & Surf Pool. She was a devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. A visit from her great-grandchildren would always bring a smile to her face. Survivors include her husband, Bill of Canton, daughters Cindy McCutchan of Monticello and Jeanne (Fred Whaley) of Canton. She is also survived by grandchildren Jill (Brad) Putnam of Maywood, Dan (Brogan) McCutchan of Canton, Brandon Whaley of Philadelphia, PA and Alexandra (Jake) Perry of Plymouth, MA. Great grandchildren include Eli and Jackson Putnam, Reid, Eleanor and Dane McCutchan and Luke and Jordyn Perry. Other survivors include sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Dennis & Betty Smith, nephew, Doug Smith, a great niece and several cousins who were like her brothers and sisters. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sons, Thomas William and Joseph Eric, and son-in-law, Dale McCutchanFuneral services will be held Monday, July 10 at 10:00 am in the Immanuel United Methodist Church in Canton with Rev. Dongjun Lee and Rev. Paul Smith officiating. Burial will be in Forest Grove Cemetery, Canton, MO. Visitation will be Sunday, July 9 from 4:00 to 7:00 at Davis Funeral Home in Canton. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Immanuel United Methodist Church or the Lloyd Family Scholarship at Culver-Stockton College. Pallbearers: Ray Weathers, Dan McCutchan, Brad Putnam, Doug Smith, Nathan Smith and Scott Rutledge. Honorary Pallbearers: Sisters of Chapter BS PEO, members of her Pinochle and Bunco groups. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Betty Jo Lloyd, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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