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Patsy Dane

Jan 02, 1945 - Nov 16, 2023

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Potosi, MO

Patsy Darlene Dane of St. Louis, Missouri, was born on January 2, 1945 in Potosi, Missouri, a daughter of the late Dewey Jenkins and the late Dorothy (Allen) Jenkins. Patsy was a selfless person who was the most generous individual and loved taking care of family and friends. She loved Jesus and reading her Bible. In her early years, Patsy attended Morris Mill Baptist Church and then later attended First Baptist Church of Arnold. Patsy loved spending time with her son and grandson. She adored th...Read More

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Robert Ray Pyatt

Dec 15, 1934 - Feb 08, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Brother Robert Ray Pyatt was called home to be with the Lord on Thursday, February 8th, 2024. Born on December 15th, 1934 to John Pyatt and Opal (Briden) Pyatt. Bob was a faithful, loving and loyal husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was a dedicated servant of Christ and lived every day with integrity and passion. Bob began working at a very young age delivering bread, as well as many other small jobs before being hired at General Motors Corvette Plant. Bob worked for GM for approximately 25 years. Some of his fondest memories of working at GM were made during his lunch break, when he would lead Bible study with his coworkers which eventually turned into a church service, including live music. Many came to know the Lord during theses services. Throughout Bob’s life, he has come to know many wonderful people. It did not matter where he was, Bob never met a stranger. Bob was also described as an expert mechanic. His theory was- If he couldn't fix it with a wrench, get a hammer. On December 31, 1955, Bob was united in marriage to Norma Hawkins and three sons were born to this union: Daniel, Kenneth and Tim. Norma and Bob had a blessed marriage, raising their children and serving in ministry together until Norma’s passing on March 7, 2007. On August 16, 2008, Bob remarried Bonnie (Glore) Price at Covenant Grace Church of God. Their families combined and became one. Bob and Bonnie’s love flourished and they shared many remarkable memories together. In past years, Bob attended both First Assembly of God - Potosi and Covenant Grace Church of God were he served in many areas of ministry including song leader and Sunday School Teacher for 50 plus years. In addition, Bob and Bonnie pastored New Diggins Church for 7 years. Currently, Bob was a member of The River Church of Potosi. Bob was a proud supporter of Missions and had a deep love for the word of God. His commitment to his faith were evident in everything he did. As it is written in Proverbs 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.” Bob lived by these words, and his life was a testament to his unwavering faith in God. Those who remain to treasure Bob’s memory include his wife, Bonnie Pyatt; son, Tim Pyatt (wife, Heather); daughter, Kim (Price) Ladehoff; daughter-in-law, Evelyn Pyatt; seven grandchildren: Samantha Pyatt, Danny Pyatt II (wife, Sara), Kim Parsons (husband, John), Kenny Pyatt (wife, Katie), Bobbi Taylor (husband, Ford), Shelbie Kelley (husband, Dallas), and Layne Kirby; numerous great and great-great grandchildren; two siblings: Wilma Massey and Billy Pyatt (wife, Tamera); as well as dear brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, numerous nieces, nephews, church family, and friends. In addition to Bob’s parents, he was also preceded in death by his first wife, Norma Pyatt; two sons: Kenneth Pyatt and Daniel Pyatt; and two siblings: Edna Sisk and Gertie Brewer. Visitation will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 from 5 to 8 pm at DeClue Funeral Home. Visitation will resume on Monday, February 12th from 9 am until the time of his Funeral Service at 11 am. Pastor Bobbie Browne will be officiating, assisted by Pastor Bob Thurman. Interment will follow at Redbud Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements were respectfully entrusted to the care and direction of DeClue Funeral Home.

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Nolen Ray Nettles

Feb 03, 2024 - Feb 03, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Baby Nolen Ray Nettles went to be with Jesus in Heaven on Saturday, February 3rd, 2024. Nolen was born at Mercy Hospital Jefferson at 12:39 AM Saturday morning, to Justin and Darian (Wild) Nettles. Nolen was always so happy anytime he heard his daddy and mommy or his brother and sister talking to him. Nolen was deeply loved and his memory will be forever cherished in the hearts of his parents: Justin and Darian Nettles; his two siblings: Hunter and Ava Grace; his grandparents: Larry and Terry Nettles, and Dave and Tina Wild; great-grandparents: Jenny Nettles, Bill and Diane Carter, and Audrey Wild; his uncles and aunts: Kyle and Erica Nettles, and Brendan and Kaitlin Wild; special cousins: Grace, Thea, and Grayson; as well as extended family. Nolen was preceded in death by his great grandparents: Ray Nettles, Don Counts, Velma Counts, Sue Counts and Dale Wild. A time of visitation will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at DeClue Funeral Home from 3:30 pm until the time of Nolen’s Memorial Service at 6 pm. Pastor Troy Smith will be officiating. Friends of the family may express condolences online by visiting decluefuneralhome.com

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Bridget Estelle Sampson

Nov 18, 1983 - Feb 01, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Bridget Estelle Sampson went to be with her Heavenly Father on Thursday, February 1, 2024, after a courageous three-year battle with cancer. Bridget passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family and friends at the age of 40. Bridget was born on November 18th, 1983, in Potosi, Missouri, a daughter to Nolon Sansoucie Sr. and Gloria Ryon. On September 25th, 2004, Bridget married Joesph Sampson, and together they welcomed their two children, Curtis and Dakota, into the world. Bridget’s greatest joy in life was that of being a mother. Bridget’s selflessness and willingness to lend a hand were hallmarks of her character. Bridget had the heart of a servant. She left an incredible mark on the lives of all who knew her. In addition to her servant's heart, Bridget will fondly be remembered as an avid animal lover and those who knew her never knew what animal she would bring home next. Bridget had the greatest sense of humor and had a somewhat stubborn streak. The legacy of strength that Bridget has left behind will forever be etched within our hearts. Those who remain to treasure her memory include her husband, Joseph Sampson; son, Curtis Sampson, and girlfriend, Kaylynn Barton; daughter, Dakota Sampson; father, Nolon Sansoucie (wife, Gerry); siblings: Nolon Sansoucie Jr., Shawn Sansoucie (wife, Ann), Heather Meyer (husband, Matthew), Amanda Hindman (husband, Brian), Nicki Morgan (husband, Derek), and Shane Sansoucie. Bridget also leaves behind her father-in-law and mother-in-law: Joe and Joyce Sampson; as well as brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, and nephews. In addition to Bridget’s grandparents, whom she loved so much, she was preceded in death by her dear mother, Gloria Ryon. Visitation will be held on Monday, February 5, 2024, from 5 to 8 pm at DeClue Funeral Home. Visitation will resume on Tuesday, February 6th from 9 am until the time of her Funeral Service at 11 am. Pastor Sheldon Marler will be officiating, assisted by Pastor David Reed. Interment will follow at Redbud Memorial Gardens. Friends may view Brisdget’s video tribute or express their condolences by visiting decluefuneralhome.com Funeral arrangements were respectfully entrusted to the care and direction of DeClue Funeral Home.

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Mary Jean Beasley

Jan 30, 1938 - Feb 03, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Mary Jean "Jeannie" Beasley, nee Lewis, of Steelville, MO was born on Sunday, January 30, 1938 in Steelville, MO to Bellva "Bell" Winifred Dierking. She passed away on Saturday, February 3, 2024 at Potosi Manor at the age of 86 years. Jeannie was adopted by Clarence "Jack" Lewis, Jr. when she was 9 years old. She often said that Grandpa Jack was and always will be the best father any girl could ever have had and that he couldn't have loved her any more. For all of us watching the two together, knew that was absolutely true. She graduated from Steelville High School and often talked about her friends and the times she had during those days and also about spending time with her cousins. Jean married Clyde Smith and to that union a son, Patrick Clyde Smith, was born. After years of marriage, Jeannie and Patrick started a new life which led to "Chuck Beasley" around 1983. Jeannie and Chuck were married for a short time, but she always said Chuck was her soulmate. After Chuck's death, Jeannie remained single. She lived a good life, worked hard, played harder and gave plenty. Jeannie enjoyed life whether it was bike riding, spending time with her animals, taking walks or traveling with her friends and family. She enjoyed working at the Crawford County Courthouse doing various jobs for over 20 years, working at the Assessor's Office as a mapper. She retired to volunteer at churches and travel with her parents. She was a member of the Steelville Presbyterian Church for several years and had served as a deacon. Jeannie loved the cold weather and to play in the snow; sleigh riding was her favorite thing to do. Many times after it had snowed, if Patrick & Laurie couldn't reach her by phone, they'd load up and go check on her (afraid she may of had a sleigh riding accident)...and yes, there were a few times that is exactly what happened. She also loved to drive, and drive fast! Jeannie's favorite thing to say was, "nobody's going to tell Jeannie what to do! Jeannie's going to do what Jeannie wants to do!"....and she did. She was a generous person, who gave to many. It wasn't unusual for Jeannie to leave money or hand someone cash if she knew they needed it. She always made an impression on people where ever she went. Jeannie was loved and she will be missed. She was preceded in death by her parents Jack and Bell Lewis; husband Chuck Beasley; sister Ruthie (husband Ronnie) Stulce; niece Ann Lewis and grandson Christopher Bell. Jeannie is survived by her son Patrick (wife Laurie) Smith of Steelville, MO and daughter Gail Cape of Cuba, MO; brother Larry (wife Barbara) Lewis of Steelville, MO; grandchildren Jeremy (wife Melissa) King of Eureka, MO, Samantha (husband Josh) Parks of Belgrade, MO and Sunni (husband Jesse) Nelson of Sullivan, MO; great grandchildren Mira Nelson, Jenson Parks, Boone Parks, Ava King and Gavin King nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation is from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Tuesday, February 6, 2024 at Hutson Funeral Home in Steelville, MO. Funeral Service will be at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at Hutson Funeral Home with Pastor Terry Mahurin officiating. Burial will be at Steelville Cemetery. Arrangements under the direction of Hutson Funeral Home, Steelville, MO. To to the family, please

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Arthur Lynn Portell

Apr 02, 1937 - Jan 26, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Arthur Lynn Portell, a dedicated Christian, husband, brother and uncle, went to be with the Lord on Friday, January 26, 2024 having reached the age of 86. Lynn was born in Cadet, Missouri on April 2, 1937 as one of 8 children, to Floyd and Myrtle (Whitter) Portell. Lynn received the Jesus Christ as his personal Savior in 1971 and served him in every capacity for 50 years. He attended Happy Grove Church of God. A loving husband to his wife Jo Ann (Emily) Portell with whom he shared a remarkable journey since their marriage on June 20, 1964. Together, they built a beautiful life filled with remarkable memories that will forever be cherished. Growing up in Cadet, Missouri, Lynn attended Belle Fountain School, where he laid the foundations of a life marked by hard work and perseverance. Lynn worked various jobs before embarking on a successful career with Chrysler where he retired from in 1992. Lynn had a passion for music. He was a talented guitar player and was privileged to play in both gospel groups and country western bands. “Uncle Lynn was the sweetest soul with the biggest heart. He was loyal, reliable, and always there for those in need. He had the most generous heart and his heart to help others was inspiring. He was a big ol’ bawl bag who loved his family and Jesus. He always had tears of joy and gratitude in his eyes. He was easy to talk to and so funny. Not only was he funny but he was the biggest stinker. He was quick on his feet and was so witty. He always had a joke ready and enjoyed making others laugh and smile. He was a super special human and I am so grateful for his influence in my life.” Sierra Lynn is survived by his loving wife, Jo Ann; five siblings: Danny Portell, Gary Portell (wife, Janet), Nona Thebeau (husband, Rev. Lynn), Peggy Turnbough (husband, Rev. Mark), and Debbie Holt; special in-laws: Sharon Minx (husband, Wayne), Sydney Emily, Jeffrey Emily (wife, Vickie), and Scott Emily. Lynn also leaves behind many very special nieces, nephews and friends. Lynn was preceded in death by his parents Floyd and Myrtle Portell; two sisters: Glenda Kay Harmon and Bonnie Gibson; sisters-in-law: Brenda Emily Singer and Gloria Price; brothers-in-law: Danny Emily, Terry Emily, Clifton Gibson, and Ronnie Harmon; and special nephew, Brad Minx as well as other dear nieces and nephews. A time of. Visitation will be held Thursday, February 1, 2024 from 1 pm to 8 pm at DeClue Funeral Home, 301 East High Street, Potosi, MO 63664. In lieu of flowers, if so desired, friends may send memorials to Southeast Missouri Special Olympics, Attention: Penny Williams, 1625 N. Kingshighway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701. Donations can also be made on somo.org/se/. View Lynn’s video tribute or express online condolences by visiting decluefuneralhome.com DeClue Funeral Home was honored to have served and ministered to the family of Mr. Lynn Portell.

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Lois Ann Puckett

Aug 25, 1940 - Jan 28, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Lois Ann Puckett of Potosi, Missouri, passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2024 at Mercy Hospital having reached the age of 83 years, 5 months and 3 days. Lois was born in Macomb, Illinois on August 25, 1940 to James and Sally (Harvey) Inman. Lois was artistic in drawing pictures and gifted with words which she expressed through writing poems and short stories. In Lois’ early years, she treasured time spent with her father, riding horses. Lois was a dedicated Christian. Her devotion to the Lord was lived out in that she served many years as a member of the Salvation Army, volunteering and working. In most recent times, Lois enjoyed reading love novels. Lois has left behind such wonderful memories that her family will forever cherish. Those who remain to continue her legacy include her five children: Eddie Puckett, Lori Stocker (husband, Bill), Kathy Puckett, Donald Reno (wife, Patti), Sam Puckett (wife, Angie); brother, Tom Inman (wife, Mary); and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and extended family members. Lois was preceded in death by her parents: James and Sally Inman; her beloved husband, Paul Puckett; daughter, Robin Czapla; brother, Jimmy Inman; and many other relatives. A time of visitation will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2024 from 11 am until the time of her Funeral Service at 1 pm, held at DeClue Funeral Home, 301 East High Street, Potosi, MO 63664. Friends may view Lois’ video tribute or express online condolences by visiting decluefuneralhome.com DeClue Funeral Home was honored to have served the family of Ms. Lois Puckett.

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Jason Anthony Rodgers

Apr 11, 1981 - Jan 16, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Jason Anthony Rodgers, known as "Birdie," of Farmington, Missouri was born on April 11, 1981, a son to Michael and Dorothy (Trice) Rodgers. Birdie passed away on Tuesday, January 16, 2024 at 42 years old. Those who remain to cherish his memory include his daughter, Cora Rodgers; mother, Dorothy Rodgers; brothers: Michael Rodgers (wife, Jessica) and Dustin Rodgers (wife, Nicole); niece, Aireona; nephews: Gavin, Devin, Larry and Carr; also surviving are many dear cousins and extended family members. Birdie is preceded in death by his father, Micheal Allen Rodgers; paternal grandparents: Paul Lee and Wanda Rodgers; and his maternal grandmother, Verna Louise Oxford. There will be no services held at this time. DeClue Funeral Home was honored to serve the family of Mr. Jason Rodgers.

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William Martin, Sr.

Jun 10, 1941 - Jan 22, 2024

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Potosi, MO

William "Bill" Martin, Sr., age 82, of Potosi, MO, passed away Monday, January 22, 2024. He is also survived by One Daughter: Vicki Lawson and Steve, Potosi, MO Two Sons: Billy Martin, Jr. and wife Kim, Caledonia, MO Ricky Martin, Potosi, MO One Sister: Linda Huitt and husband Roy, Bismarck, MO One Brother: Jim Martin and wife Loretta, Iron Mountain, MO Seven Grand Children Nine Great-Grand Children A full obituary detailing the life of Bill will be available soon.

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Ivory Nelson Bowen

Jan 09, 1947 - Jan 06, 2024

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Potosi, MO

Ivory Nelson Bowen, age 76, of Potosi, MO, passed away Saturday, January 6, 2024He is survived by One Daughter: Sharon Bourbon and husband Billy, Potosi, MOOne Son: Mike Bowen, Potosi, MOTwo Sisters: Loretta DeClue, Potosi, MOEdna LaChance, Bismarck, MO7 Grand Children17 Great-Grand Children A full obituary detailing the life of Ivory will be available soon.

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John A Minks

Nov 23, 1945 - Jan 03, 2024

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Potosi, MO

John A Minks, age 78, of Potosi, MO, passed away Wednesday, January 3, 2024. He is survived by his wife: Rhonda Minks. One Daughter: Roxanna Wilson and Husband Larry, IITwo Sons: John Tracy Minks.Ty MinksOne Sister: Roxanne VivianoFive Grand ChildrenAn obituary detailing the life of John will be available soon.

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