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Regina Stone

Nov 01, 1925 - Nov 25, 2023

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Springfield, MO

Mrs. Regina G. Stone, 98 of Springfield, MO passed away Saturday, November 25, 2023 at her residence. Regina Gail Stone was born on Sunday, November 1, 1925 in Springfield, MO to Clyde and Genevieve Dicks. She was a daughter, niece, wife and mother, Throughout her life Regina was an Administrative Assistant To Norman Vincent Peale, Dutchess County Highway Department in the state of New York,. Bookkeeper at Zales Jewelers in Springfield, Mo, Administrative Assistant to the Springfield Public Scho...Read More

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Dillon Reese Hicks

May 14, 1997 - Feb 22, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Dillon Reese Hicks, Springfield, MO, son of Eddy and Rachelle (Broussard) Hicks, was born on May 14, 1997, and departed this life on February 22, 2024, at the age of 26.Dillon was a lifelong resident of the area and was a sales representative for a call center.Dillon was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Edman Eugene and Janice Hicks.Survivors include: his father, Eddie Hicks of Springfield, MO; mother, Rachelle Hicks, Crane, MO; partner, Victoria Gover of Springfield, MO; daughter, Elizabeth Marie Hicks of Springfield, MO; sister, Alyssa Hicks of Springfield, MO and Jadyn Rudick of Crane, MO; maternal grandmother, Monica Diane Bittle of Crane, MO and a host of other relatives and friends.No services are planned at this time. Cremation was under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home, Crane, MO.

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Max Dale Stites

Oct 27, 1927 - Feb 23, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Max Dale Stites, 96, of Springfield, MO, passed away February 23, 2024. He was born October 27, 1927, in Charleston, IL, to Stanley and Pearl Stites. Arrangements have been entrusted to Midwest Cremation and Funeral Services, Springfield.Services will be held in Pana, IL. Date and time pending.

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Elmer Roy Moore

Sep 12, 1928 - Feb 23, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Elmer Roy Moore, passed on February 23, 2024, at the age of 95.Born on September 12, 1928, Elmer is survived by his of wife 68 years, Marilyn Moore, two children, Bruce Moore (Patti) and Karen Merkle (Jim), four grandchildren (Mari, Nikki, Eric & Jenny), and one great-grandchild (Sophie).Originally from Dearborn, Michigan, the son of Edith and S. Elmer Moore, Elmer worked as a Mechanical Engineer for the Tank and Automotive Command in Warren, Michigan. At the time of his retirement, following 35 years of service, he was the highest-ranking civilian in the US Tank Command with specific efforts in the General Sheridan and various military transport vehicles.Elmer was a loving husband and father. He loved being around his children and grandchildren and was always available for their numerous concerts, recitals, plays and Boy Scout activities. More recently he has enjoyed seeing his great-granddaughter grow into a toddler.He was a faithful Christian as a member of the Mt Olivet Methodist Church in Dearborn, Michigan and later Schweitzer Church in Springfield, Missouri. He was always very active in the church life with committees, Sunday school and the food pantry. He was also an avid fan of Marilyn in Joy Pickers and Senior Saints Choir. He was a committed toe tapper as they performed.Elmer and Marilyn loved to travel and spent most of their retirement years enjoying this passion. He also loved working on “Chug”, the model A, with his son Bruce.His family will remember all of the good times they had with him.In lieu of flowers, family would appreciate gifts to Schweitzer Church at 2747 E Sunshine Street Springfield, MO 65804, or St. Croix Health in support of hospice at St. Croix Valley Health Care Foundation235 State Street St. Croix Falls, WI 54024.Services are pending.

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Shirley Ruth Wilcockson

Dec 24, 1950 - Feb 26, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Shirley Ruth Wilcockson, age 73, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away on February 26, 2024.Arrangements are pending at this time.Her care has been entrusted to Walnut Lawn Funeral Home, Ltd. DeGraffenreid-Wood Crematory.

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Irene Casey Glenn Climer

Jan 05, 1925 - Feb 22, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Irene Casey Glenn Climer was the first born to George Dewey and Olive Mae (Bell) Casey on January 5, 1925 on their rural family farm in the Bell City community south of Dadeville, MO. She left this worldly earth to enter her heavenly home on Thursday, February 22, 2024.Irene attended the one room Carlock School and graduated from Dadeville High School in 1942. She and James Glenn were married in 1943 and they had one daughter, Cathy. Irene attended and graduated from Bluebonnet Cosmetology School. Her first job as a hairdresser, which started at 30-year career, was at Heer's Department Store on the Square in Springfield. She then began working at Irene's Beauty Shop in Springfield before having her own Irene's Beauty Shop in Everton, MO.In 1975 Irene was introduced to a charming man that swept her off her feet, named Bert Climer, and after a brief courtship they were married. They shared 25 wonderful years together before Bert's passing in 2000.She loved her grand and great-grandchildren with all her heart. She loved playing Aggravation and the golf card game and could also hit some hoops and throw a ball with them. Her love for beautiful fabric is evident by all the quilts she made.Irene was saved and baptized at an early age. She was extremely active at Macedonia Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School, prepared Wednesday night and Thanksgiving dinners, including her homemade dinner rolls. Irene was active in the Sew & Sew quilting group at Macedonia, making many award-winning quilts for the Missouri Baptist Children's Home Berry Festival. She was a proud member of the Wild Bunch, a group of Macedonia ladies that met faithfully, monthly, for years, to eat at one of many local restaurants.She is also preceded in death by her brothers, James Marvin and wife Shirley, and William Roy (Bill) and Clarence Curtis (Duke).Irene is survived by her daughter, Cathy and husband Richard Jones of Everton, MO; Grandchildren, Erol and Paula Odabasi and their children, Siyana and Rowan of Flower Mound, TX; Alan and Mindi Odabasi and their daughter, Lucy of Humble, TX; Step-grandsons Ty & Lance Climer and families; loving nieces and nephews, sisters-in-law Shirley Garrison and Karen Casey; and tons of cousins and special friends.Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at Macedonia Baptist Church, 3110 West Sunshine Street, Springfield, MO 65807, at 12:00 PM, followed by the funeral service at 1:00 PM. Burial will follow at White Chapel Cemetery, 5234 State Hwy EE, Springfield, MO.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Macedonia Baptist Church with the notation of Pre-School Building Fund.A huge thank you to Good Shepherd Nursing Home & Gentiva Hospice. Each & everyone went above & beyond to provide outstanding care & love for Mom.Her care has been entrusted to Walnut Lawn Funeral Home, Ltd. DeGraffenreid-Wood Crematory.

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Kathleen Walker

Jul 21, 1961 - Feb 24, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Kathleen Walker, 62 years of age, passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024 in Springfield, Missouri at her home. She was born on July 21, 2024Arrangements are pending at this time.Care has been entrusted to Walnut Lawn Funeral Home DeGraffenreid-Wood Crematory.A more detailed obituary will be posted when available.

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Jimmie Ann (Blades) Sutter

Jul 04, 1925 - Feb 24, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Jimmie Ann (Blades) Sutter, beloved daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend, passed away peacefully on February 24, 2024, surrounded by her family. Born on July 4, 1925, to Everett and Mabel (Stowe) Blades in Republic, MO. Jimmie Ann graduated from Republic High in 1942, she lived a long and fruitful life, touching the hearts of all who knew her.She will be missed by her daughter Paula (Garner) Parks and her husband Gary of Springfield, daughter in law Patsy (Gold) Garner of Marionville. Her sister Rosalene (Blades) Stewart of Republic and sister in-law Rosemary Blades of Kimberling City. Her adoring grandchildren Alison (Garner) and her husband Mark Barks of Hawaii; Kelly (Parks) Owens of Springfield; Anessa (Garner) and her husband Gregg Ash of Aurora; Justin Parks and his wife Damita of Florida; and Ashley (Garner) and her husband Willie Hart of West Plains. Two nephews Lenny Blades of Republic and Jack Cano of California; a niece Sharon (Blades) and Jerry Dickens of Kimberling City. Her cherished great-grandchildren Ian Burgess and his wife Cara of Everton; Chelsea (Burgess) and Rob Kennedy from Australia; McKenzie (King) and her husband Brandon Lathem of Pierce City; Cheyenne (King) and her husband Kyle Jordan of Oklahoma; Parker (Owens) and her husband Colton Reid of Springfield; Elizabeth Owens of Springfield and Lane Dannecker of Hawaii; Edie, Lou, and Archie Hart of West Plains; Miles, Hayden, Marley and Harrison Parks of Florida; and seven great great grandchildren.Jimmie Ann is preceded in death by her parents Everett and Mabel (Stowe) Blades, her loving spouse Jack Sutter; her sister Betty (Blades) Shapiro; two brothers Ray and Wallace Blades; nephew George Cano; and her beloved son Allen Garner.A graveside service to honor Jimmie Ann's life will be held at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Marionville, MO., on February 28th, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. Family and friends are invited to attend and pay their respects.Jimmie Ann's legacy of love, laughter, and kindness will forever live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. May she rest in eternal peace.

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Laurel James Miller

Aug 05, 1950 - Feb 20, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Laurel James “Jim” Miller, 73, of Springfield, MO went to his heavenly home on February 20, 2024. He was born on August 5, 1950 in Eugene, OR to Loren and Miriam (Primrose) Miller. The family moved to Iowa in 1954 and quickly grew from a small family of four to a large family of ten. Jim attended Calumet Elementary School and Sutherland High School where he played the trumpet, was on the football team and graduated in 1968. Jim was a hard worker and entrepreneur his whole life and was always looking for creative ways to make a dollar. As a teenager, he started a lawn mowing business with his sister Lynn and eventually purchased his first car with his earnings. In the five summers during his college years at Evangel University, he was a traveling salesman and recruiter for Southwestern. He sold books door to door in PA, AL, VA, NC, and IN. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Kansas State Teachers College in 1973. Jim opened a live plant and fish shop in 1976 that eventually expanded into a full line pet shop called “Surf and Turf Pet Shoppe” in Arkansas City, KS. There were many fun memories made at the pet shop! In the 1980’s, Jim moved to Minnesota, worked for ITT Technical Institute and became actively involved in ministries to international students. His heart for missions was a lifelong passion. As a young child, he distinctly remembered God calling him to Cuba. He was able to travel to Cuba many times as well as other countries such as Guatemala, Costa Rica, Israel, and Egypt on missions trips. His true heart was always with Cuba and he could spend hours talking to anyone that would listen about his passion for the Cuban people. He helped raise funding to build and plant churches there and had hoped to travel again to Cuba later this fall. Jim worked at the Assemblies of God Headquarters in Springfield, MO for 20 years until his retirement due to a cancer diagnosis and treatment in 2015. Jim would share his testimony of healing to countless people and always gave God full credit for his healing from cancer. Even at his death, his cancer was in remission and his testimony remains that cancer didn’t get him. Jim enjoyed staying active, loved to talk to his family and friends for hours and never met a stranger. He found humor in everything, even if he had a tendency to drive his family crazy with his stories! He loved all of his family deeply, would say how much he loved all five of his kids and was profoundly proud of his four grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all that had the privilege to know him. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers-in-law. He is survived by his five children; Meggan Gordiani (Louie), Mendi Hayter (Jeremy), Michael Miller (Emily), Mathe Miller (Keely) and Majah Miller, four grandchildren; Caylin Hayter, Lexy Gordiani, Carson Hayter and Alyssa Gordiani, four brothers; Milo Miller (Jann), Lyle Miller (Ramona), Lonnie Miller (Jebi), Lloyd Miller (Sheila), three sisters Pam Squires, Priscilla “Lynn” Peterson and Penny Davison and many beloved nephews, nieces, cousins, extended family and friends. Celebration of Life services will be at 4:00pm on Monday, February 26, 2024 at New Vision Ministries Assembly of God Church, 1440 State Hwy AB, Springfield, MO 65802. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Herman H. Lohmeyer Funeral Home. Permanent online condolences, stories and photos may be shared at www.hhlohmeyer.com.

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Shelda Dawn Weaver

Jan 19, 1973 - Feb 23, 2024

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Springfield, MO

Shelda Dawn “Shelly” Weaver, was born January 19, 1973, in Lebanon, Missouri to Robert Stevenson and Carol Holland Stevenson and left the troubles of this world behind on February 23, 2024 in Springfield, Missouri at the young age of fifty-one years. On October 30, 1999, Shelly was united in marriage to the love of her life Dale Weaver. Together Dale and Shelly shared twenty-four years of triumphs and tears, love and laughter side by side. Shelly was a lover of all things family, to her, her daddy Robert was superman and her mother was one of her greatest joys, as she was hers. She took much pride in caring for them. Shelly could always be found with either her parents, or Dale. Shelly was an only child, but had very close relationships with her cousins and Nieces, and she cherished each one of them dearly. Shelly leaves behind to carry on her memory, her husband, Dale Weaver, her Parents, Robert and Carol Holland Stevenson, Aunt Suzanne (Wayne) Stowe, Cousins; Cindy Barber, Cheryl Stowe, Kevin Barber, Deb Kittrell, Deidre Hawkins, Kaleb Barber, Michael Carter, Madison Stowe, Alex Stowe, Jaylyn Hawkins, Connor Barber, Jaxon Barber, And Kinsleigh Barber; Nieces, Janissa Shire, Gwendolyn Shire, Karyn Kavanaugh, Paige Taylor, Jaylie Shire, Jayva Shire, Jericko Shire, Janovia Shire, Gabriela Kavanaugh, Leigh Kavanaugh, Rhiannon Karpowecz, Cole Wagner, and many friends. Those preceding Shelly in death include her maternal grandparents; Clarence And Bernice Holland, paternal grandmother, Gladys Holmes, her beloved aunt Janet Barber, one uncle Clarence Lee Holland, and one cousin Eddie Barber. Shelly was deeply loved and will be forever remembered until we meet again. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Betty Ruth Scurlock

Jul 15, 1944 - Jan 28, 2024

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Springfield, MO

"Betty Ruth Scurlock, daughter of the late Lum Jefferson and Jewell Marie Meeks, was born on July 15, 1944 and was raised in Reeds Springs, MO. She departed this life at the age of 79 on January 28, 2024 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, MO. She married Benny Dame on August 16, 1962, and they had two sons and a daughter. She later married James Scurlock on October 20, 1972, merging his six children from a previous marriage with her two children and completing their family with their youngest daughter, Erin. Betty was a faithful member of Cedar Ridge Freewill Baptist Church for over 40 years. She served as song leader for many of those years and enjoyed spending time with the friends she made there. She was a lifelong hard worker whether she was working on the farm, at the spring factory, or Copeland. She found the most joy in tending to her garden, finding new recipes, and spending time with family. Betty was preceded in death by Benny and James, her son Jeffrey Dame, her parents, an infant sister, infant twin brothers, sisters Bonnie Tilden, Nora Bailes, and Iva Nell Davis, and brother William “Wig” Meeks. Betty is survived by her children: Scott Dame, Shellia Palmer, Erin Dickinson, Pamela McGraw, Patricia Pierce, Larry Scurlock, Jennifer Wilson, John Timothy Scurlock, and Michael Scurlock; sister Audrey Hedrick, brothers Leon Meeks and JD Meeks. She also leaves behind many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and close friends that will miss her greatly. Betty was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, and friend. She was most likely to be found reading her Bible, tackling impossible stains, squabbling with Bruno, cooking a coveted Sunday breakfast, or catching up on Jeopardy. Betty will be remembered for her kind, faithful, and loving spirit. She is already missed by those who love her. Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. on Thursday, February 1, 2024, at Cedar Ridge Freewill Baptist Church in Long Lane, Missouri. Betty will be laid to rest at Flatwoods Cemetery in Laclede County. Arrangements are under the direction of Cantlon-Otterness \u0026amp; Viets Funeral Home, Buffalo."

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