IIAMS, William E.
Garber Memorial Estates Cemetery, Laurie, Morgan Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 18 2006 - William E. Iiams, 82, Sunrise Beach, died Saturday, August 5, 2006, at his home. He was born February 8, 1924, in Quincy, the son of Waldo and Etta Mae Wheeler Iiams. He grew up in Clinton and moved to the Kansas City area in 1942. He retired from Jack Cooper Transportation in 1982 after 30 years as a road driver. He moved to Lake of the Ozarks in 1981. He served in the Army for three years. He spent one and a half years overseas in the European Theatre Operations in World War II. He was an honorary life member of Zack Wheat American Legion Post 624 in Sunrise Beach and was commander. He was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5923 and a member of 40 and 8 Voiture 1403. He was a charter member of Osage community Elks Lodge 2705 in Laurie and past president of the Hurricane Deck Lions Club. He was a 50-year member of Masonic Lodge 391 AF&AM in Raytown. Ararat Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 410 in Versailles, North Shore Shrine Club and West Lake Christian Church in Laurie. He is survived by his wife Wanda Iiams, of the home; a daughter Debra Salyer of Independence; a son William O. Iiams of Kansas City, a stepdaughter Julie Hooten of Stilwell, Kansas; a stepson Jeffery Meier of Port St. Lucia, Florida; a sister Reva Stewart of Clinton; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were in Laurie. Burial was in Garber Memorial Estates Cemetery.

Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Mrs. C. W. Ikenberry, wife of Mr. Ikenberry of the rural resettlement office in the post office building, died of pneumonia at 2:25 a.m. Saturday at their home, 107 South Orchard street. Mrs. Ikenberry was seized with a chill Monday night after having been out in the afternoon and her condition became serious almost at once. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. A. Ikenberry, of Independence, Mo., arrived the last of the week to help care for her and Friday her mother, Mrs. O. E. Pittman, of Unionville arrived, but all their ministrations, professional nursing and care availed little. The loss of this gentle and soft spoken mother whose quiet kindness and fine qualities endeared her to all who knew her is made more poignant by the fact that the Father called before her life's work seemed complete. The two delightful children who have such a perfect devotion for each other are still but little folks, Jack, 10, and Jean, 8. Mr. and Mrs. Ikenberry had a happy and ideal home and the memory of its sweetness will remain even after its most gentle spirit is gone. Alice Pittman was born near Mendota, Mo., February 26, 1905, and was reared at Unionville, still the home of her parents. She and C. W. Ikenberry were married July 6, 1925, and for some years made their home near Nevada where he was in the orchard business, raising apples. She was an expert turkey grower. They came from their farm to Clinton last February where Mr. Ikenberry had been put in charge of the government resettlement bureau. A Clinton resident but less than a year, she was known by neighbors and friends as an ideal homemaker, capable and efficient, wholly wrapped up in her husband and children. The body was taken to Leeton Saturday morning, the home of Mr. Ikenberry's parents, and Tuesday to Unionville for the funeral service and interment. Besides her immediate household, she is survived by her parents, also three sisters and one brother, Charlie and Mrs. Juanita Pittman, and Mrs. Clark McKinley of Unionville, and Mrs. Glen A. Davis of Cincinnati.

Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Doris Ann 'Kaiser' Ikenberry, age 87, of Clinton, entered into God's care on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at her home. Doris was born on September 8, 1929 to Marvin A. Kaiser and Mary Grace 'Garrett' Kaiser of Clinton, MO. After graduating from Clinton High School, she attended Central Missouri State Teacher's College in Warrensburg, MO for one year. She married Jack Ikenberry on June 25, 1949. Doris was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. She was a member of the Golden Valley Quilters' Guild and an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Clinton. Survivors include her son, Kevin Ikenberry (Kristin); two daughters, Karen Santimore (Andrew) and Kelly Ikenberry; five grandchildren, Kathryn Ford (Bart), Caleb Ikenberry, Christian Ikenberry, Calvin Ikenberry, and Claire Ikenberry; one great-grandchild, Eleanor Ford; two brothers, Wendell Kaiser and Don Kaiser (Betty); several other family members and a host of friends. Preceding Doris in death were her parents; her husband, and a brother, Kenneth Kaiser. A funeral service will be conducted August 4, 2017 at Consalus Funeral Home, Clinton, with interment following at Englewood Cemetery.

IKENBERRY, Jack Pittman
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Mar 9 2005 - Jack Pittman Ikenberry, 78, Clinton, died Thursday, February 17, 2005, at his home in Clinton. Funeral services were held Saturday, February 19, with burial at Englewood Cemetery. Jack was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Alice Pittman Ikenberry, to whom he was born May 3, 1926, in Vernon County. On June 25, 1949, he married the former Doris Ann Kaiser, and she survives of the home. Other survivors are one son, Kevin Ikenberry and wife Kristin, Tulsa, Oklahoma; two daughters, Karen Santimore and husband Andrew, Windsor, and Kelly Ikenberry, Clinton; one sister Jean Hudson and husband Ronald, Hemet, California; five grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. During World War II at the age of 18, Jack enlisted in the Army Air corps and was trained to be a nose gunner on a B-24 Bomber. Jack was in the insurance business for much of his life and was the first manager of the Sherwin-Williams paint store in Clinton. He was also a baby chick sexor, having learned that trade while in his teens and worked in many of the hatcheries throughout Missouri. At the age of 40, Jack received Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior, which led to a hunger for God's Word. Through diligent study, he developed an extensive knowledge and understanding of the bible. He desired to share the Gospel with everyone he met and was privileged to lead many persons to a confession of faith in Jesus. For a time, he served as a lay minister for the Presbyterian Church in Climax springs, held Bible studies at God's Chapel, north of Clinton, and also had bible studies in his home. Jack's personal relationship with Jesus and the love of his family sustained him to the very end.

ILES, Juanita "Susie" WIMSATT
Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian, Bates Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Juanita "Susie" June Iles, 70, Clinton, died Saturday, November 23, 1996, at Golden Valley Hospital in Clinton. She was born February 7, 1926, in Adrian, the daughter of John C. and Amelia Mae (Foust) Wimsatt. She married Lloyd Jr. Iles on May 2, 1980. Mrs. Iles moved to Garden City in 1975. In 1991 she moved to Clinton. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Archie. She worked as a waitress at the Red Onion and Beulah's restaurants in Harrisonville and at Di-Li-My Restaurant in Archie and also at Glenn's Restaurant in Butler. She was preceded in death by her parents, one sister, Lucille Miller, and two brothers, Henry and John Wimsatt. Survivors include her husband, Lloyd Iles, Jr., of the home; one daughter, Beverly Elliott, Clinton, three brothers, Albert Wimsatt, Lee's Summit, Kenneth Wimsatt, Archie, and Richard Wimsatt, Adrian; one sister, Hazel Vogeler, Garden City; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will Tuesday, November 26, at Atkinson Chapel, Archie. Burial will be in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian.

IMBODEN, Jewell Oleatha TULLIS
Sunset Hill Cemetery, Warrensburg, Johnson Co, MO
Jewell Oleatha Imboden, age 101 of Clinton, died Friday, November 22, 2013 at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital, Clinton. Jewell was born on July 28, 1912 to Rolla Thurman and Delia Belle "Lown" Tullis of Brownington, MO. Shortly after her mother's death in 1920, her aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Brownington became her foster parents. Jewell attended grade school at Brownington and graduated from Clinton High School in 1930. She married Don Imboden on September 14, 1936 at the parsonage of the Presbyterian Church of Odessa, MO. Jewell and her husband owned and operated the Centerview Produce Company. After her husband's death in 1962, she went to work at the President Hotel for 10 years. Later, she worked as a housekeeping supervisor at the Crown Center Hotel for 10 years. Jewell retired in 1981. She attended the Presbyterian Church in Kansas City, MO, taught tap dancing for 5 years, and loved to go horseback riding with her husband. Jewell entered Westwood Nursing home on December 24, 2003. Survivors include seven nieces and nephews, Shirley Meyer (Bill), Betty Ross (Hal), and Oral Lee Roberts all of Clinton, Rob Roberts (Barbara) of Windsor, Mary Anna Wareham (Jim) of Lowry City, Bob Wright, Raymond (Barbara) Davis, and Les Davis all of California. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, brothers, Raymond and Carl Tullis and three sisters, Ethel Roberts, Violet Davis and Velma Wright. Under the direction of Consalus Funeral Home, Clinton, a graveside service will be conducted Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at the Sunset Hill Cemetery, Warrensburg, MO.

IMLER, Paul A.
Bunceton Masonic Cemetery, Bunceton, Cooper Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jun 4 2002 - Paul A. Imler, 49, Sedalia, died Monday, June 3, 2002, at Bothwell Regional Heath Center. He was born January 29, 1953, in Tipton, the son of Karlton C. and Blanche Fulks Imler. He married Anne Rowles March 6, 1980. He is survived by his parents; his wife, Anne Imler, of the home; two sons, Colt Imler of Jefferson City and Derek Weaver of Sedalia; three sisters, Karlene Bestgen of Tipton, Carolyn Gibson of Wichita, Kansas, and Sandra Richardson of Farmington Hills, Michigan; two brothers, Marion Imler of Jefferson City, and John Imler of Clinton, and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be Friday, June 7, at McLaughlin Funeral Chapel, Sedalia. Burial will be in Bunceton Masonic Cemetery.

St. Marys Cemetery, Montrose, Deepwater Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Mrs. Rose Brownsberger Immele, 94, formerly of Montrose, died Monday, July 6, 1992, at Ellett Memorial Hospital in Appleton City. She had been in the nursing home there for the past 10 years. She is survived by three brothers, Ted Brownsberger of Odessa, Martin and Leroy Brownsberger of Montrose. Funeral mass will be Wednesday at St. Ludger's Catholic Church in Germantown. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at Montrose.

IMMER, Homer Petty
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - Death Claims Homer Immer Wednesday Morning - President of Clinton M.F.A. Club for Two Years - Had Long Served on M.F.A. Elevator Board and 18 Years on Comer School Board - Death came to Homer Immer, well known and worthy Henry County farmer at his home near Quarles at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 19, 1940. He had long and bravely fought the insidious enemy, that slowly took its toll of his physical vigor and realizing the limitation of medical aid he faced the inevitable with the strength of Christian faith. Homer Immer Petty was born near Quarles March 5, 1893, son of Stephen and Mattie Petty. When a baby 18 months old his mother died and, after a year during which his father tried to keep his little family together, he allowed his son, Homer, to be taken into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Immer, who gave him a parent's natural and devoted, love, and to them he was always a loyal son. As a lad he was converted at the Comer Methodist Church, (now disbanded) and from that date never failed to walk in the Christian way, finding strength through his faith, for life's vicissitudes that beset his way. Mr. Immer was a leader in progressive farm ideas and active in the Missouri Farmer's Association many years, serving them as president two years. He was the capable head of the M.F.A. Elevator Board several years and always proved himself a man of sound judgment and foresight in dealing with farm problems. Mr. Immer was a man on whom his neighbors could depend, never failing in his kindness to them or in his interest in his community. He served as a member of the Comer school board 18 years and his name was synonymous with progress and growth. Miss Edith Garrison, became his wife December 24, 1914, and to them four children were born, Leo, Jakie, Lyle and Dorothy Jean, fine children, who, with their mother, survive. He is also survived by his aged foster mother, Mrs. Jacob Immer. Funeral services will be held at the Quarles Church Thursday with burial at Englewood.

Appleton City Cemetery, Appleton City, St. Clair Co, MO
Clinton MO - Mrs. G. Ingels died at her home four miles southwest of Montrose, Monday, May 16, with heart trouble. She had been in her usual health, had helped her daughters get supper and wash the dishes, and was sitting in a chair when she suddenly fell over dead. She was born at Miami, Saline county, July 21, 1856, and was united in marriage in 1882, her maiden name being Miss Kate Thomas. Her husband survives. They were the parents of five children, four of whom are living, William Ingels, in the maintenance department of the state highway department in Jefferson City; Mrs. J. D. Richards, of Urich, and Misses Roxie and Mattie Ingels of the home. There are two grandchildren, Winstrom and Charles Richards, at Urich. She was devoted to her home and loved flowers and the beautiful things of life. The funeral was at Appleton City Wednesday.

INGHAM, John Franklin "Johnny"
White Oak Cemetery, Walker Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, May 16 2011 - John "Johnny" F. Ingham, 72, Montrose, died Thursday, May 12, 2011, at his home. Johnny was born January 12, 1939, in Urich, to John and Goldena Woirhaye Ingham. He attended grade school in Lucas and later graduated high school in Urich. Johnny married Avis Hilte in Urich on April 26, 1959. Johnny was employed by Peabody Coal Company as a Mechanic and retired in 1987. He was a hobbyist and also enjoyed fishing, hunting and racing. He was a member of AMVETS, UMWA Union and also the Urich Activity Club where he helped with the Urich Reunions. Johnny was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Avis, and one brother William "Bill" Ingham. He is survived by three children, Lori Oswald and husband Jerry, Urich, Johnna Irey and fiance Hershel Thompson, Knob Noster, and Johnny Ingham and wife Ginny of Clinton; two sisters, Maxine Brown of Urich and Irene Schultz of Blue Springs; one brother, Herbert Ingham and wife Nora Jean of Blue Springs; three grandchildren, MacKenzie, Lorann and Ben, and a host of nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be Tuesday, May 17, at White Oak Cemetery in Urich.

INGHAM, Joseph Cary
White Oak Cemetery, Walker Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - When Joe Ingham's father came to Lucas, Henry county, Mo., from Ohio, in 1868, Joe was nine years old. Trails across the prairie and through the woods were the thoroughfares. The old covered bridge of the Ft. Scott road, and the ford at Cook's mill afforded the means of travel westward from Clinton. The friendliness, hospitality and sturdy good nature and manliness of the pioneer became marked characteristics of the youth of that day, and Joe Ingham possessed them all. The ingham family was the first and perhaps the only one in all that country who were total abstainers. I thought it rank heresay and blatant fanatisim, and when Joe became an active member of the Good Templars, it almost caused a rift in our friendship. I was for "personal liberty". Joe and I became friends in 1869. Together we studied the Blue Back Speller, McGuffey's Readers, Ray's Arithmetic, and Pinneo's Grammar. We diagrammed and parsed Gray's Elegy. We went to spelling matches, singing schools, weddings and funerals. We sat up with the sick and helped dig the graves of the dead. When a neighbor needed help, Joe Ingham was usually on the job when the early comers arrived. He remained on the farm until his health becan to fail. I wandered a little, but he was a constant friend. At his demise, tears of sorrow well up, and the knowledge that a real friend is gone possesses me. On December 17th, 1900, he was married to Miss Mattie Stewart whose fidelity, devotion and ceaseless love comforted him to the end which came Friday morning, after years of invalidism, at his lifetime home town, Urich. He and his twin sister, Mrs. Dr. Hadsell, of Colorado, were the youngest of a family of eight children, of whom H. B., a captain in the Civil war; his sisters - Rachel and Mary, at Urich, and Mrs. Hadsell, with his widow survive him. He was an Odd Fellow, and a member of the Modren Woodman lodge. He took an active part in all the good things of the community was a good neighbor, a dependable friends and an exemplary citizen. All who knew him were his friends. He will be missed in the community as well as in the family. Thus ends a life of service and kindness and as with aching heart I peer into the night of death whose portals he has entered, "hopes sees a star, and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing." He was a manly man. Funeral services were held Saturday. Interment in the White Oak Cemetery.

INGLE, Nathan Green
Calhoun Cemetery, Tebo Twp, Henry Co, MO
Sedalia Weekly Democrat, Sedalia MO, Friday, Jul 14 1972 - Calhoun - Nathan G. Ingle, 89, Calhoun, died Thursday morning at Chastain's Nursing Home, Clinton. He was born Nov. 24, 1882, on a farm about four miles south of Calhoun, son of the late John and Betty Cary Ingle. On Dec. 2, 1906, he married Mary B. Zane. She preceded him in death April 10, 1972. He spent all of his life in the Calhoun community and was a member of the Calhoun Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons, Alpha G. Ingle, Kansas City, Kan.; Everett Ingle, Redlands, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Harry (Louise) Duvall, Prairie Village, Kan.; two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday at the Calhoun Methodist Church. Burial will be in Calhoun cemetery.

INGRAM, Anna Elizabeth JOHNSON
Vansant Road/Clinton Memory Garden Cemetery, Fields Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 28 2013 - Graveside services for Anna Elizabeth Ingram were held Monday, October 28, at Clinton Memory Garden Cemetery. Anna Elizabeth Ingram was born February 3, 1950, in Clinton to Henry Wesley Johnson and Henryetta (Brock) Johnson. She died Wednesday, October 23, 2013, in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 63. Anna and Jimmy Rogers Ingram were married June 2, 1990 in Okemah. She graduated from high school in Clinton; moved to the Okemah area in 1990 and was a loving housewife. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Beverly. She is survived by her husband, Jimmy Ingram of Okemah; two brothers, Bobby Johnson of Clinton and Roy Johnson of Clinton, and two sisters, Dorothy of Clinton and Pat Green of Clinton. Arrangements by Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Okemah, Oklahoma. Local arrangements are under the direction of Vansant-Mills Funeral Home of Clinton.

INGRAM, Estella Virgina "Stella" LIGHT
Maplewood & Brownington Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO, May 18 1965 - Funeral services for Mrs. Stella Ingram, 84, who died May 13 at Wetzel Hospital where she had entered the previous day, were held at the Brownington Baptist Church, Brownington, Mo. Stella Virginia Light was born in Union Parrish, La., May 8, 1881. She married Pierce Ingram about 1929, while living in Arkansas. IN 1931 they came to Henry county to live, which had been her home since. Failing health made it necessary for her to reside at Millam's Nursing home in Clinton, since Dec. of 1963. Mr. Ingram preceded her in death on March 21, 1943. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram had no children of their own, but three nieces were reared in their home. One of these is Mrs. Dollie Green now of Ola, AK. Another preceded her in death. Also surviving is a sister in California. Mrs. Cecil Banning, Rt. 2, Brownington, is a niece and Mrs. Tommy Hull, Clinton, is a great-niece.

Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Oceanside, San Diego Co, CA
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Etta Barnhart Ingram, 68, died Friday, October 24, 1997, at Scripps Green hospital in La Jolla, California. Born May 18, 1929, in Clinton, she moved to California in 1948 and has been a resident of Vista, California, for the past 38 years. She was a homemaker and a member of Beta Sigma Phi and Ladies of the Elks. She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Paul Ingram of Vista; sons, Dennis and Dwayne, both of Vista; daughters, Dona Justis of Yorba Linda, California, and Cheryl Roberts of Temecula, California; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild; sisters, Maxine Murry of Nevada, Darlene Miller of Vista, California; brothers, Earnie Barnhart of Blairstown, Oral Barnhart of Ruskin Heights, and C. E. Barnhart of Kansas City. She was preceded in death by her father, J. E. (Barney) Barnhart and brother Bud Barnhart. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, October 29, at Eternal Hills Mortuary Chapel in Oceanside, California. Burial will follow at Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Oceanside, California.

Deepwater Cemetery, Fairview Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Laura LeAnn Ingram, daughter of Raymond Leroy and Dorothy Darlene Ruth Fife, was born December 6, 1972, in Kansas City, and died Wednesday, January 1, 1997, at her home in Chillicothe. Laura had moved to Chillicothe in June 1996 and was an aid for the Concerned Citizens for the Developmentally Disabled. She was married to Charles Craig Ingram on April 9, 1994, and to this union was born one daughter, Brittany Rose Ingram. She is survived by her husband, Charles; her daughter, Brittany Rose, both of the home; her parents, Raymond and Darlene Fife of Deepwater; one brother, John Johnson of Urich; four sisters, Dana Bailey of Deepwater, Elizabeth Bridges of Calhoun, Anissa Fife and Thelma Masoner, both of Deepwater; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fife of LaDue, and her maternal grandmother, Helen Ruth of Kansas City. Funeral services were held on Monday, January 6, at the Brownington Baptist Church. Burial was in the Deepwater Cemetery.

INGRAM, Mildred Lucille KEEBLE
Fairview Cemetery, Butler, Lone Oak Twp, Bates Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Mildred Lucille Ingram, 79, Butler, died Saturday, December 17, 1994, at Medicalodge Nursing Home in Butler. She was born October 4, 1915, to William Sidney and Mary "Mae" Lovella Beckham Keeble at the home south of Butler. One of nine children, she moved to Rich Hill in 1929 where she graduated from high school in 1934. On September 30, 1934, she was united in marriage to Melvin S. Ingram, and to this union two daughters were born. She moved to Butler in 1937, to Adrian in 1939 and back to Butler in 1946. She and her husband owned and operated Ingram Ice and Coal - a business that originated in Adrian in 1939, expanded to Rich Hill in 1944 and to Butler in 1946, and eventually became Ingram Heating and Air Conditioning which has continued to serve the area for over 50 years. She joined the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at eight years of age. She was a former president of PTA and very active in community affairs. She is survived by her husband, Melvin Ingram of the home; two daughters, Melva Moellmann and husband Dennis, of Clinton, and Patti Bruto and husband George III, of Butler; two sisters, Pauline Philbrick of Butler and Esther D. Masters of Rich Hill; and three grandsons, Matt Moellmann of Clinton and Shaun and Chad Bruto of Butler. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, and four sisters. Funeral services will be Tuesday, December 20, at the Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel in Butler with burial in the Fairview Cemetery near Butler.

INGRAM, Moses L. Rev.
Maplewood & Brownington Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO, May 1910 - Rev. M. L. Ingram, a beloved brother and faithful servant of God, has gone home, with his funeral held in the Brownington Baptist church April 27, 1910. Born in Washington County, Va., Feb. 23, 1837. He began preaching in early manhood and was ordained to the ministry by the North Fork Baptist Church of Washington County in 1864. Came to Missouri many years ago. Married Feb. 23, 1862 to Miss Emaline Goff. Seven children, one son dying in infancy. He had faithfully served many of our best churches in Missouri.

INGWERSON Paraleigh Mariah "Pat" RAMSEY
Fairview Cemetery, Goff, Nemaha Co, KS
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Paraleigh "Pat" Mariah Ingwerson, 79, Larned, Ks., died Sunday, October 4, 1992 at Merry Manor Nursing Home in Holton, Ks. She was born September 13, 1913 at Odell, Nebraska, the daughter of Charles Homer and Elizabeth Charleston Brant Ramsey. She was the eldest of 10 children. Mrs. Ingwerson and lived in the Larned community for 35 years. She attended the Pleasant View Methodist Church in Ash Valley near Larned. Mrs. Ingwerson had lived northeast of Goff, Ks., years ago. She was married to Elmer V. Ingwerson on May 28, 1931 in Beatrice, Ne. He died Sept. 30, 1985. Survivors include three daughters Lucylle Cannon of Goff, Ks., LaVonne Chase of Branson, Mo., and Suzanne Sullivant of Climax Springs; one son, Charles Ingwerson of Creighton; five sisters, Idola Zekeny, Mary Shalla and Wilda Berry, all of Beatrice, Ne., Crystobell Huft of Lodi, Ca., and Rachel Raney of Leesville, La.; three brothers, Glen Ramsey of Wilber, Ne., Richard Ramsey and Clyde Ramsey, both of Beatrice, Ne. Mrs. Ingwerson was preceded in death by a son, Gerald Alan Ingwerson in 1954 and a daughter, Elizabeth Varlene Gower in 1959. Mrs. Ingwerson was cremated. There will be a private family inurnment service at Fairview Cemetery in Goff, Ks. on Saturday, October 10. Mercer Funeral Home in Holton is in charge of arrangements.

INLOES, Billie Barr Sr.
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Billie Barr Inloes, 76, Kansas City, died Monday, December 9, 1996, at his home. Funeral services will be Thursday, December 12, at the McGilley Midtown Chapel. Burial will be in Englewood Cemetery, Clinton. Mr. Inloes was born July 24, 1920, in Clinton. He was a member of Elks Lodge 26, Grandview Masonic Lodge 618, and VFW Post 302, Post Commander and 5th District Commander. He had been a member of the Carpenters and Joiners Union Local 61, since 1948. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Lewis Station. He started his cabinet shop in 1960. He is survived by three daughters, Evelyn Thompson, Kansas City, Sandra Worrell, North Kansas City, and Rebecca Inloes, Lone Jack; one son, Billie Barr Inloes, Jr., Lone Jack; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Deer Creek Cemetery, Deer Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
The Clinton Eye, Clinton MO, Friday, Nov 19 1926 - Mrs. J. C. Inloes Died - At 11:50 p.m., November 10, 1926 with appendicitis, following an illness of two weeks. Everything possible was done by loved ones, physicians and a trained nurse, and it was thought up to a few hours previous to her death that she was getting along nicely, when a sudden turn came and after but a few hours she went into eternity. Clara Middlecoff was born at Lebanon, Ill., Feb. 4, 1860, came with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Middlecoff, to Henry county six years later, where they first lived near Huntingdale. A few months later her father bought the place known as the old Middlecoff farm in deer Creek township, where she lived until she married J. C. Inloes, March 19, 1882. Seven children blessed this union, four of whom survive to comfort their father - Mrs. James Robertson, Electra, Texas; Mrs. Rolla Jones, west of Calhoun; Olin, Deer Creek township, and Miss Ruth, at home. She also leaves two sisters - Mrs. John Foster, west of Lewis Station; Mrs. Frank Ragland, near Deepwater, six brothers - John F., W. W. and A. A. Middlecoff, Los Angeles, Cal.; A. L. Middlecoff, Milam, Tenn.; J. C. Middlecoff, Kansas City; Elmer Middlecoff, Klondyke. When a girl she was converted and united with the Methodist church. At the time of her death, she was a member of the First M. E. church, of Clinton. She was industrious and ambitious. She knew the household arts. Her desires for her children were her whole thought. She let nothing interfere with their educations and advancement. Her household was well ordered, and she was always ready with hands and heart to help a friend or neighbor in sickness or need. Hers was a busy life, filled with the things that mean a well ordered home. She was unselfish in thought and deed. Her funeral was conducted at her late home last Friday afternoon. Interment beside her children in Deer Creek cemetery.

INLOES, Daniel Henry Sr.
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO, Jan 1910 - Died January 24, at 2 a.m. with infirmities of old age, Henry Inloes, 84, a county resident for 35 years, coming here from Illinois. His wife died last Easter. Four children - Mrs. Ida Kessler, Qunter, Kansas; three sons, Hayden S. of Alberta; J. C. of Deer Creek; H. D. of Lamar. Member of the M. E. Church south since youth. Burial in Englewood.

INLOES, Frances Isabelle MOOMAW
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - In Memory of Mrs. H. S. Inloes - Frances Isabelle Moomaw was born September 25th, 1855, near Springfield, Illinois. She was united in marriage at Walnut Grove church, Auburn, Illinois, to Hayden S. Inloes, on March 22, 1877. She was converted in 1880, at Miller schoolhouse in Illinois. Later she united with the Alberta Methodist church, to which she gave of her means and presence as long as she was able to go. The church will miss her in all its activities. She with her husband and eldest son came to Missouri in 1881, and for 41 years, lived on the farm seven and a half miles east of Clinton. Here she lovingly cared for both her father and her husband's father in the years of infirmity before their death. From here her spirit took its flight to God at 7:15, January 2, 1923. For several years she had been a great sufferer, always patient and cheerful. On last Thanksgiving day, she was taken with a severe pain in her side and was never much better until death came to relieve her from her suffering. She leaves to mourn her death her beloved husband and four children, to whom she was devoted and for whom she spent her life in loving service - Allie and Mrs. Harry Jones, near home; Claude, at home, and his twin sister, Maude, now Mrs. Floyd Nutt, of Clinton. Three brothers - Jim Moomaw, of Coal, Mo.; Wm., of Girard, Ill., and George, of Carlinville, Ill. Two brothers and two sisters preceded her to the better world. She was of a domestic turn, a painstaking housekeeper, and a devoted mother, never shirking from any task however hard it might be, that would add to the comfort and pleasure of her home and friends. Her husband can testify that she was his helpmate in the fullest sense. She was a good neighbor, a true wife, a loving, indulgent mother, a good Christian. What higher eulogy could be given one? In her last goodbye to her loved ones, she told them to go to church, and to train their children to attend church. The funeral was held at her late home on January 4th. Interment in Englewood.

INLOES, James Calvin
Deer Creek Cemetery, Deer Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
The Clinton Eye, Clinton MO, Thursday, Apr 13 1939 - Prominent Farmer Dies - J. C. Inloes, Big Hog Raiser, Was Noted for Fine Spotted Polands - Died Suddenly Saturday - J. C. Inloes, prominent farmer and one of the largest hog raisers in Henry County, answered a sudden call from the Death Angel at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, April 8, 1939, and fell in the midst of his labors with his stock on his farm four miles northeast of Clinton. A year ago his physician had told Mr. Inloes that he was a sufferer from angina pectoris and warned him to curtail his activities, but Mr. Inloes, who had always been a well and active man, could not resist farming, and working with his hogs, and this year had had exceptionally fine litters. Yet he was taken as he would have wished, without illness in bed or prolonged suffering. He had seemed in his usual health of late and even Ray Baird, who was helping him at his side, was not aware of any change in him until he was stricken and fell. Baird hurried to the house for Mrs. Inloes when he realized there was a crisis. She in turn called for Olen Inloes at Lewis Station but he had gone in the car to Calhoun so his son, who was at home, started to run from the store to the J. C. Inloes farm. He was overtaken by Buddy Carroll and M. V. Peck, who took him n their car to the Inloes farm, where they lifted Billy's grandfather and carried him into the house. They tried to restore him with artificial respiration but life was gone and their efforts were in vain. James Calvin Inloes was born September 9, 1859, at Butler, Montgomery County, Ill., and when a child of two years he lost his mother. He came with his father to Henry County in 1875 and settled near Coal, where he grew to manhood and was educated in the community school. March 22, 1882, Miss Clara Middlecoff became his wife. In the days of their courtship Mr. Inloes rode on horseback to the Middlecoff farm but on arrival there his horse was stabled and he with any other young admirers of daughters in this home were taken to church with the family, all safely riding in a wagon behind slow moving oxen, to the Bronaugh Chapel, Methodist denomination. Those were days when the young men sat with the family too, there was no grouping of girls with their beaux on the back seats. After their marriage they first lived east of the Middlecoff farm, then moved to the farm two miles north of Clinton now owned by S. W. Riffel where they lived until 38 years ago when they bought the present farm, which has remained the family home. Seven children were born to this well ordered home and progressive farm, presided over by the beloved mother whom death claimed November 10, 1926, and the father, who understood tilling the soil and how to do it profitably. On one occasion he purchased a 300-acre tract of western Kansas land to which he planned to move, selling his Missouri farm. But at the insistence of his wife and daughters he decided to remain in Missouri and later sold the Kansas land at a substantial profit. Mr. Inloes was a man of simple and modest tastes, honest and direct in his dealings with men, and generous and good in all relations with his family. He was quiet in disposition, yet a man of thought and fine mind. His comprehension of farming was exceptional and as a hog raiser, Spotted Polands being his speciality, he knew how to make them pay under every condition. Sept. 28, 1936, Mr. Inloes was married to Mrs. Nora Timmerman, soft spoken, gracious, good and understanding. She, with his son, Olen Inloes of Lewis Station, and three daughters, Mrs. James F. Robertson of Electra, Texas; Mrs. Rolla Jones of west of Calhoun, and Miss Ruth of the home survive. There are also four grandchildren, Billy Barr Inloes of Lewis Station; Mrs. Edward Foster of Electra, Texas, Misses Mary Ellen and La Vena Jones and two great-grandchildren, Robert Allen and Marilyn Foster of Electra, Texas, and two brothers, H. S. Inloes of near Hortense and Henry Inloes of Laramie, Wyo. Funeral services were conducted at the First M. E. Church of which Mr. Inloes had been a member since 1918, on Monday. The body was laid for its long sleep in Deer Creek cemetery by the side of the mother of his children. The Wilkinson Funeral service was in charge.

INLOES, Oren Whitfield
Deer Creek Cemetery, Deer Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
Henry County Democrat, Clinton MO, Thursday, Dec 9 1915 - Oren, the 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Inloes, who live northeast of town on Route 9 passed away Wednesday night a 11:40 o'clock of double pneumonia. the young man while he had not been well was not considered seriously ill until last Monday when pneumonia set in. Deceased was born January 20, 1900 on a farm just two miles north of Clinton, from which place the parents moved when Orin was two years of age. Besides the heart broken parents his death is mournd by three sisters, Mrs. James Robertson of this city and Misses Ruth and Beryl Inloes, who live on the home place, also his twin brother, Oland, who will for the first time mourn the absence of his playmate. The funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the home. Interment in Deer Creek Cemetery.

Deer Creek Cemetery, Deer Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
The Clinton Advocate, Clinton MO, Thursday, Jul 10 1890 - Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Inloes, living in the vicinity of Lewis, mourn the loss of their little two-year-old daughter, who died Thursday morning, July 3d. She was laid to rest in Deer Creek cemetery Thursday afternoon.

Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Arlene C. Inlow, 77, Shawnee, Kansas, formerly of Clinton and Windsor, died Thursday, October 28, 1994, at the Shawnee Gardens Nursing Home in Shawnee. She was born August 11, 1917, near Barnumton, the daughter of Daniel Boone Coffman and Isa Belle Adair Coffman. On February 2, 1940, in Mack's Creek, she married Walter Abraham Inlow, who preceded her in death July 19, 1993. Mrs. Inlow was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church, Clinton. Survivors include a son, Richard Inlow, Bonner Springs, Ks.; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Imogene Thursby, Kansas City; a brother, Dan B. Coffman, Grandview, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Monday, October 31, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial was in the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

INLOW, Walter Abraham
Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Walter A. Inlow, 80, Clinton, formerly of Windsor, died early Monday morning, July 19, 1993 at Golden Valley Hospital in Clinton. He was born February 2, 1913 in Bowling Green. On February 2, 1940, in Macks Creek, he married Arlene C. Coffman, who survives at the home. Mr. Inlow was a truck driver for the Skelly Oil company in Kansas City, Ks. and for the Hercules Powder Company in Desoto, Ks. for many years before his retirement. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Clinton, and the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Arlene Inlow of the home; a son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Nancy Inlow, Bonner Springs, Ks.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday, July 21, 1993 at Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial in Laurel Oak Cemetery.

INMAN, Albert Jacob
Oak Hill Cemetery, Butler, Bates Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 8 2009 - Albert Jacob Inman, 89, Clinton, died Tuesday, September 8, 2009, at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Clinton. He was born on a farm east of Thurman, Iowa, the son of Harry and Lillie Inman on October 30, 919. Albert attended Collage Hill School for two years until his family moved to town where he attended Thurman School and after moving to Clearmont, he graduated from Clearmont High School in 1937. On February 4, 1953, he married Arlene Clare Hopper and to this union a son, Harry Ford Inman was born. In 1961, he graduated from nursing school in Clarinda, Iowa. In 1965, he moved to Wausa, Nebraska to be the administrator of the nursing home where his wife was head nurse. In 1969 they moved to Nebraska City, Nebraska, where they ran a 99-bed nursing home. A year later, he was transferred to the head office where he traveled over the state of Nebraska and coordinated 13 nursing homes. In 1974, they built their own nursing home in Nebraska City and they sold it in 1978 and moved to Clinton where they purchased the Vagabond Motel and operated it for 15 years. After retirement, they moved to their acreage east of Clinton where he raised registered quarter horses and mules. He attended Sunday School and church and accepted Christ as his Savior and was baptized in the Christian Church of Clearmont. Later he was superintendent and taught all different Sunday School classes and was a lay leader at the Clearmont and Wausa Methodist churches. he was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Arlene, on February 2, 2000. He is survived by his sons, Harry Inman and wife Joane, Boulder Creek, California, and Gary Hopper and wife Patricia, Clarinda, Iowa, and three grandsons, Brian Hopper, Timothy Hopper and Josh Inman McCraty. Graveside services and interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont, on Saturday, September 12.

INMAN, Arlene Clare PULLEN
Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Feb 10 2000 - Arlene Clare Inman, 76, Clinton, was born in Blocton, Iowa, to Silas and Florence Pullen on July 7, 1923. She died Wednesday, February 2, 2000, at Research Medical Center, Kansas City. She was baptized at an early age and later joined the Methodist church. She attended grade school in the Blocton area and high school in Clarinda, Iowa, from which she graduated in 1941. She later graduated from Clarinda Junior College with a degree in nursing in 1963. She was united in marriage to Albert Inman in Unionville on February 4, 1953. She lived a life of sincere care for others. She was director of nursing for three years at a nursing home in Wausa, Nebraska. She then became the administrator of a 152-bed nursing home in Nebraska City, Nebraska, for five years. Following that she and her husband built and operated a large nursing home of their own. They then retired from health care and purchased a motel in Clinton which they ran for 15 years. Arlene and Albert then moved to a small farm where she enjoyed raising and caring for animals. She always enjoyed her two sons, Gary Hopper, who lives in Clarinda, Iowa, and Harry Inman, who resides in Boulder Creek, California. She is survived by her husband, Albert, of the home; two sons, Gary Hopper and wife, Patricia of Clarinda, Iowa, and Harry Inman and wife, Joane, Boulder Creek, California; one brother, Elmer Pullen and wife, Joan, Clinton; two sisters-in-law, Louise Inman of Marieville and Mary Pullen of Republic and three grandsons, Brian and Timothy Hopper and Josh Inman McCraty. Funeral services were held at the Clearmont United Church, Clearmont, on Saturday, February 5. Burial was in the Oak Hill cemetery, Clearmont.

INMAN, Calvin Leroy
Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Calvin Leroy Inman, son of Harry and Lillie Inman, was born May 1, 1921, in Thurman, Iowa, and passed away September 27, 1991 at K.U. Medical Center in Kansas City, Ks., at the age of 70. He moved with his family to Clearmont, Mo. when he was 9 years old where he grew to manhood and graduated from high school in 1938. On May 29, 1945, he was married to Alice Louise Baldwin. To this union was born two sons, Thomas Leroy of Los Angeles, Ca., and John Calvin of Upland, Ca.; and one daughter, Susan Joyce of Carlsbad, Ca. He entered the Marine Corps in December of 1941 and served in the Pacific Theater throughout World War II. He fought in many campaigns, with the Carlson Raiders and with the 5th Marines. He received the bronze star for heroic achievement on Iwo Jima in February 1945. After the war, he joined the Marine Reserves and retired from the military in 1966. Following the war he moved to California where he worked in machine shops. In 1968 he established Inman Engineering in Los Angeles, his own precision machine shop. He operated his own business until he retired in 1985. He was an active worker with the Boy Scouts of America in California for over 25 years and was a member of the National Rifle Association. He attended the First Christian Church in Santa Monica, Ca., and in Clinton. After his retirement, he and his wife moved to Clinton. He enjoyed gardening and shared his produce with friends and relatives. He loved hunting and fishing and will long be remembered by his family and friends, who will always have fond memories of their good times together. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Louise; son Tom and wife Pat; daughter Sue and husband Bruce Byers; son John and wife Lisa; grandchildren, John, James, Catherine, Jeffrey, Jennifer, and Calvin Byron Inman; Stephen and Marilynn Byers; two brothers, Albert of Clinton, and Carl of Deepwater; one brother-in-law, five sisters-in-law and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 1, 1991 at the First Christian Church, Hopkins, Mo. Burial was in Clearmont Cemetery, Clearmont, MO.

INMAN, Carl Richard
Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Carl Richard Inman, 73, Deepwater, died Friday, April 5, 1996, at the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital. - Carl R. Inman was born December 16, 1922, in the family home in Thurman, Ia., the youngest of three sons to Harry L. & Lillie Belle Inman. His father operated a garage at Clearmont and was a resident there since 1931 until his death December 4, 1974. His mother, Lillie Belle Kline Inman was a hardworking mother who loved her garden and caring for her husband and sons. Her popcorn balls are well remembered by all her grandchildren. She entered into rest December 25, 1985. Dad graduated from Clearmont High School as valedictorian. He and his team members excelled in basketball and I believe took state championship. I have a postcard written by Dad to his mother in August 1942. He ad traveled to Campbell, Mn., to seek work. He wrote that "In 15 minutes had seven jobs offered us. We took the best one. All three of us at one place all through shocking and threshing at $5 per day!" I believe the other two mentioned were his brothers. Dad enlisted in the Marines November 13, 1942, at Kansas City. He served his country proudly and with great honor as he did in life an din the following: Eastern New Guinea October 15, 1943 - January 11, 1944; Cape Gloucester, New Britain, January 12, 1944 - March 1, 1944; Peleliu, Palau Islands September 15, 1944 - October 14, 1944; Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, April 2, 1945 - June 21, 1945. He received the National Defense Medal, Korean Service Medal w/3*, United National Medal, Good Conduct Medal awarded twice. He was discharged March 29, 1954, with the rank of Master Sergeant. He served with the First Marine Division. He was discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves August 21, 1958. Dad worked at Armstrong Tire and Rubber in Des Monies, and attended trade school in Des Moines. He then moved his family to California. There he worked as a machinist for several years and opened his own machine shop. He carried his hard work ethic to his profession where his work was highly regarded within the industry. He retired to Deepwater. His home is on 40 acres where he could enjoy the outdoors he so loved. He was able to attend to his great love of hunting and fishing and the outdoors where he planted an orchard and attended his large garden (especially tomatoes, turnips, radishes, corn and beans). He loved those veggies, until his health restricted his activities. He was of late unable to do much, which is itself a very heavy cross to bear for such a strong determined, and proud man. Dad would love to take fishing trips to Canada and Alaska where he would share his catches of albacore and salmon with neighbors and family. He and the other gentlemen would can their catch themselves. Dad was a very proud man, staunch, forthright, honest and independent ... meticulous and a perfectionist. He was extremely intelligent and had the common sense to compliment his intelligence. He held high expectations for himself and expected the same from others. He presented a tough exterior, but to those able to see further found a friend. A true friend. His family life may have at times floundered, but there was always great respect and love throughout the deep pains and troublesome times. We seemed to understand that some men are not very good at expressing their love with words and actions, but it is nonetheless felt in the heart. I believe these past few years have been difficult for Dad, he loved his independence and rugged nature. It must be extremely difficult to have a very strong body succumb to pain and disablement, stealing away the ability to enjoy that which was truly the essence of his soul. He worked too hard, for too long, in a large city before he decided to retire to a simpler, more peaceful way of life. Only to have his health steal way the tranquility of life. Isn't it unfortunate, we don't slow down during life to truly appreciate and enjoy those things we hold so dear. Only when life itself has slowed us down, do we take time to understand what is truly of value. He adopted a stray cat, which he then lost, but not before she born him three kittens to care for. Dad and his cats, watching the world; the field, the timber, the animals, the birds feeding from his carefully tended feeders; sitting summizing the world through his sliding glass door, or just sitting out on the lawn, or watching sports, cats in his lap in his big La-Z-Boy recliner, you know, the one that fits his every body curve. Dad will be sadly missed by his good neighbors to whom he became so close to, and by his family who will forever carry him within us. We cry for his pain, and pray he finds his eternal peace, and we hope that he will smile down at us, laugh at us, cry with us, and help us as we struggle to find our sliding glass door to look through. We are blessed with many of the Inman traits passed down from generation to generation in long family line of dedicated, honest, hardworking, ordinary people that make God proud and have built this country silently, proudly. Funeral services were held April 8, at the Clearmont United Methodist Church. Burial was in the Clearmont Cemetery.

INSELL, Edward Ira
Vansant Road/Clinton Memory Garden Cemetery, Fields Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
Edward Ira Insell, 76, of Lawson, Missouri passed away August 16, 2021. A graveside service will be held Monday, August 23, 2021 at Vansant Road Cemetery, Clinton, Missouri. Mr. Insell was born on July 13, 1945 in Kansas City, Missouri. Edward was a United States Marine with the US Marine Corps. He enjoyed golfing and fishing in his spare time and was a lifelong member of the VFW, the Marine Corps League and the American Legion. He was preceded in death by his parents Emma Pate Eckert and John William Insell, long time companion Sandy Goodheart, and siblings Mary Foley, Gailan Boles, Everett Eckert, Robert Eckert, Garnett Eckert and Sue King. Survivors include daughters Angela (Jim) Endicott, Fort Scott, KS, Melissa Southard, Louisburg, KS, and Robin O'Brien, Spring, TX, brother John Eckert of Lawson, MO, 13 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews, cousins and great friends.

IRA, Henry R. "Dutch"
Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Henry R. "Dutch" Ira, 89, Windsor, died late Tuesday evening, December 21, 1999, at Truman Valley Health Care Nursing Home in Windsor. He was born September 18, 1910, in Henry County, near Windsor, the son of Henry Baker Ira and Mae (Williams) Ira. On January 24, 1938, in Clinton, he married Helen Lee (Paver) Ira who preceded him in death on January 23, 1984. He graduated from the Windsor High School in 1928. He owned and operated the Grain Belt Hatchery in Windsor for many years before his retirement. He was an Army World War II veteran, serving from 1940 to 1945 and was awarded a Purple Heart. He was a member of the Windsor United Methodist Church, American Legion, Windsor Post 82, and Windsor VFW Post 2610. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Pat and Glenn Ballenger, Windsor; a granddaughter, Melanie Reidy, Westwood, Kansas; two grandsons, Ryan Colby Ballenger and Cory Ira Ballenger, both of Windsor; a sister, Billie Adeline Jones, Raymore, and several nieces and nephews also survive. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a sister, Gladys Spencer. Graveside services will be Friday at the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor, with burial in the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

IRBY, Roseanna Christine MATHES
Lathrop Cemetery, Lathrop, Clinton Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton, MO, Dec 16 2002 - Roseanna Christine Irby, 79, Shreveport, Louisiana, died Tuesday, December 10, 2002, at her home in Shreveport. She was born February 15, 1923, in Lathrop, the daughter of William Mathes and Bessie (Peterson) Mathes. On May 21, 1943, in Olathe, Kansas, she married Harvey Randolph Irby, who died November 3, 1972. She worked for Earl Lights in North Kansas City. She is survived by two daughters, Jo Ann Jones and Linda White, both of Windsor; one son, Gordon Irby and wife Beth, also of Windsor; 11 grandchildren, Shelley Callahan and husband, Chester, Shreveport, Louisiana, Michael Tate, Kansas City, Angie Courtney, Robert and Ricky White all of Windsor, Jimmy Jones and wife, Christina, Kitzinzen, Germany, Chet Irby, Lathrop, Chad Irby, and wife, Denise, Newport, Virginia, Andy Irby, Windsor, Megan Calloway, Calhoun, and Lori Tate, Windsor; eight great-grandchildren, Zachary, Amberly and Kirsten Callahan, all of Shreveport, Louisiana, Alec Callahan, Warrensburg, Tiffany and Timmy Tate, both of Windsor, Devin and Dakotah Jones, both of Kitzinzen, Germany; a brother, James Mathes, Lathrop; two sisters, Helen Barnett, Coffeyville, Kansas, and Ruth Hartman, Lathrop; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harvey R. Irby; a son-in-law, Ronald Hall, and a grandson, Billy James White. Graveside funeral services were Monday, December 16, at the Lathrop Cemetery, Lathrop.

Carrsville Cemetery, Big Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Sep 20 1999 - Mildred Louise Ireland, 71, formerly of Urich, died Friday, September 17, 1999, at Blue Springs Care Center. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at the Consalus Funeral Home, Urich. Burial will be in the Carrsville Cemetery. Survivors include four daughters, Mary Haynes, Urich, Susan Witt and husband, David, Blue Springs, Jane Seddon and Husband, Richard, St. Joseph, and Michelle Ireland, Brooklyn, New York; a brother, James Slayton and wife, Sandra, Urich; a daughter-in-law, Elaine Simpson, Kearney; 11 grandchildren and one niece.

IREY, Martha Maxine CRISS
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 29 2003 - Martha Maxine Irey, daughter of Dora and Evelyn (Jeppson) Criss, was born May 26, 1916, in Walthill, Nebraska, and died at Fern's Care Center, Windsor, on August 15, 2003, at the age of 87 years. Martha was married to Wayne Eden Irey on September 25, 1937, in Tekemah, Nebraska. Wayne preceded her in death May 31, 1997. Martha was a housewife and enjoyed her family. She is survived by her daughter, Delores Williams; a sister-in-law, Hilda Rea; two granddaughters, Becky Collins and Kelley Harding, and one great-granddaughter, Kaitlyn Collins, all of Clinton, as well as several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held at the Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Monday, August 18. Burial was in the Englewood Cemetery.

IREY, Wayne Eden
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Wayne Eden Irey, son of Alfred and Nancy Gunsolly Irey, was born on July 22, 1915, in Walt Hill, Nebraska, and died Saturday, May 31, at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital of Clinton. Wayne was married to Martha Criss on September 25, 1937, in Tekemah, Nebraska. Wayne worked for the Missouri Highway Department for 21 years before he retired in 1975. He is survived by his wife, Martha, of the home; one daughter, Delores Williams and husband, Donald, of Clinton, and two grandchildren, Rebecca Collins and husband, Willie, and Kelling Harding. Graveside services were held on June 3 at Englewood Cemetery of Clinton. Burial in Englewood Cemetery.

IRVIN, Gene Edwin
Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian, Bates Co, MO
Gene Edwin Irvin, 78, Adrian, Missouri died Saturday, December 20, 2014 at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. Funeral services will be held Sunday, December 28, 2014 at the Adrian Optimist Building in Adrian with burial in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian. Gene was born on March 3, 1936 in Montrose, Mo. to Arthur and Fern (Wilson) Irvin. He attended the Montrose Catholic School for six years and then attended Appleton City School and graduated in 1954. After high school he enrolled at Kansas State Teachers College (Pittsburg State University) in Pittsburg Kansas. Go Gorillas!!! It was at Pitt State that Gene found his true passion, football. While playing football was a big part of his college life, the friendship and bonds to teammates and classmates proved to be most important. After being a member of the 1957 National Championship Team, he and his team of friends were truly champions. This was something that he held very precious and would apply to everything that he did from that point forward in his life. To endeavor to be a champion at whatever he set out to do. The friendships that he forged during his college years were truly lifelong friendships that endure to this day. Gene served in the U. S. Marine Corp for eight years. His basic training was at Paris Island, S.C. Anyone that knows anything about Paris Island knows that it's not for sissies. It's a grueling regiment of stress, both physically and mentally. Gene was always very patriotic and was proud of his service to his country. Gene married the love of his life, Kay Hand, on August 23, 1959. To this union two children were born, Lecia and Lori. Gene and Kay's first date was in 1952. Gene was sixteen and Kay was thirteen. Kay said, "That's OK, he thought that I was fourteen". True love knows no age…knows no bounds. Gene and Kay treasured their fifty five year union. Gene's love of cars began at the Wells Irvin Chevrolet Dealership in Montrose where he stood alongside his dad in the garage. Later Gene was affiliated with Barrows Chevrolet in Appleton City and with his dealership, The Adrian Service Center in Adrian. As a youth, Gene enjoyed drag racing. Long time friend and confidant Leroy Edmiston first met Gene at the start line on Highway 18 west of Adrian. He said that he knew Gene by his car before he knew Gene. Gene loved the lake. He loved the early morning serenity, the boating, skiing, swimming, wave runners and nightlife. And once again, the early morning serenity. What Gene enjoyed most of all was sharing this with his family and friends. More times than not, when Kay just wanted a nice relaxing weekend at the lake, Gene chose to invite friends to share in this beautiful part of his life. Gene was a very generous, caring and sharing individual. Gene was CEO of The Adrian Bank, but most everyone just knew him as a great friend. Gene's life was one of service to others. His service to the Adrian community and beyond is unparalleled. Gene was a charter member of The Adrian Optimist Club (President 1979-80), Member of The Western Mo Antique Tractor and Machinery Association, Crescent Hill Masonic Lodge, The Elks Club and served as Pitt State Alumni President (1984-85). Gene attended the Happy Hill Church of God. Gene gave of himself and his resources daily. There were very few charities and organizations that were not the recipient of his generosity. He was a philanthropist that never strived for accolades. The fact is that he went out of his way to not receive recognition. His joy was in seeing the results of his good deeds, not in being honored for them. Nonetheless, an individual can't do the things that Gene did without someone taking notice. Just a few of his well deserved honors include: Meritorious Achievement Award from Pittsburg State University, Adrian Optimist Lifetime Achievement Award, Adrian Chamber of Commerce Person of the Year, Fifty Year Service Award from the Mo Banker's Association, and was inducted into the Pittsburg State University Athletic Hall of Fame. If there was an Adrian Friend of the Community Award, Gene would have received that too. Gene is survived by Kay his wife of 55 years, daughters Lecia Irvin and fiancée Kenneth McGuire, Lori Haskins and Husband Paul , one brother J. Roger Irvin and wife Carol, all of Adrian and one sister Janice Irvin of Buckeye, Arizona, and a never ending line of faithful friends. Gene was preceded in death by his parents Arthur and Fern Irvin.

Lowry City Cemetery, Lowry City, St. Clair Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Jewell D. Irvin was born September 18, 1913, in Chalk Level, Mo., to W. Ira and Eunice Wall Garnett. She died March 14, 1997, at the Sac Osage Hospital in Osceola. Jewell attended Chalk Level School and then attended high school in Lowry City. On October 30, 1930, she was united in marriage to Wilbur G. Irvin, their married life was spent in Lowry City area. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Clinton. Jewell loved gardening, flowers and cats. Jewell was preceded in death by her husband, Wilbur, on February 28, 1987; one brother, Russell Garnett; two sisters, Iris Wright and Janet Wilson. She is survived by her son, James and his wife, Nadine, of Clinton; a grandson, Dennis of Valencia, California; other relatives and friends. Graveside services were Monday, March 17, at the Lowry City Cemetery. Burial was in the Lowry City Cemetery.

IRVINE, David Hudson
Fairview Cemetery, Holden, Johnson Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - David Hudson Irvine, age 86, Holden, died Friday, July 9, 1993 at Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg. He was born August 10, 1906 in Centerview, the son of Hugh and Della (Baldwin) Irvine. He had lived near Holden most of his life. On Oct. 19, 1956 he married the former Lelan Green in Harrisonville. Mr. Irvine was a Navy veteran of World War II. He worked as a carpenter most of his life. He leaves his wife, Lelan Irvine, of the home; two sons, Kenneth Irvine, Raytown, and Norman Irvine; four daughters, Nancy Jennings; Holden, Evelyn Irvine, Pat Bradbury, Parrish, Florida, and Loraine Rhoades, Holden; one brother, Ernest Irvine, Holden; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A daughter, Penny Irvine, preceded him in death July 15, 1976. Funeral services were Monday, July 12, 1993 at Ben Cast & Son-Wood Funeral Home, Holden. Burial was in Fairview RLDS Cemetery, Holden.

Fairview Cemetery, Holden, Johnson Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Lelan Marie Irvine, 75, Holden, died Monday, March 18, 1996, at home. Funeral services were Wednesday, March 20, at the Holden RLDS Church. Burial was in Fairview RLDS Cemetery in Holden. She was born December 2, 1920, in Topeka, Kansas, the daughter of Andrew Franklin and Olan (Shimel) Green. She had lived in Holden most of her life. On October 19, 1956, she married David H. Irvine in Harrisonville. He preceded her in death July 9, 1993. Mrs. Irvine was a homemaker and had been a restaurant cook and had worked at Dunhill Manufacturing Co. in Holden for several years. She was a member of the Holden Congregation of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is survived by three daughters, Pat Bradbury, Parrish, Florida, Loraine Rhoades and Nancy Jennings of Holden; two brothers, David Hancock, Holden, and Jimmy Hancock, Chilhowee; a sister, Dorothy Tyson, Leavenworth, Kansas; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Penny Irvine on July 15, 1976; two brothers, Herman Green and Ralph Green, and two sisters, Carney Green and Virginia Lee Hancock.

Appleton City Cemetery, Appleton City, St. Clair Co, MO
Clinton MO - Mrs. Mary Irvine died at her home south of Deepwater at 10:15 p.m. Thursday, September 9. For four years she had been bedfast with a serious and rare skin disease which affected her entire body, even the soles of her feet, and caused her untold suffering. She was patient through the years of her illness, always believing optimistically that each new medicine she tried would cure her, but famous skin specialists and physicians from all over the country could do nothing for her. She was able, though in bed, to direct her young daughters in the household work, and they cared for the house and garden as capably as grownups. Only the two youngest, Lorraine and Viola, were with her at her death. Mary Borum was born January 26, 1885, west of Clinton. As a child, she moved near Appleton City, there grew to womanhood and was married in 1904 to Elton Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon, now residents of Appleton. They were given two children, Mrs. James Dunlap, near Montrose, and Elton Dixon, near Appleton on his grandfather's homeplace. Four years after Mr. and Mrs. Dixon married, he died, and August 27, 1914, she and Robert Irvine married. They had three daughters, Wilma, who is teaching this year, Lorraine and Viola, of the home. Mr. Irvine died in 1933. For the past six years, the Irvines have lived in Deepwater, the girls taking an active part in school affairs and they and their mother were regular attendants of the Christian church until Mrs. Irvine became ill. She had belonged to the Christian church many years. Besides her children, Mrs. Irvine is survived by six brothers and a sister: Mrs. Oda Williams and W. C. Borum, Appleton; Arthur and Charles Borum, Clinton; O. J. Borum, Pryor, Okla.; David Borum, Pasadena, Calif.; Leland Borum, Garden City.

Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Mrs. Pauline Irvine, 80, Jefferson City, died Saturday, March 13, 1993 at her home. Mrs. Irvine was born on the Casey Ranch near Clinton and lived in Henry and Cole Counties most of her life. She received a degree in education from the University of Missouri and taught social science for many years in Windsor. She did graduate work at Columbia University and also the University of Missouri. She was State Archivist for the State of Missouri for over ten years. She was a member of Chapter JBPEO, DAR, University of Missouri Alumni Association, Friends of the Archives, State Historical Society, and a lifetime member of the Cole County Historical Society. Her husband, R. L. "Mac" Irvine, died in 1960. They owned and operated the Dodge and Plymouth dealership in Windsor for several years. Survivors include three nephews: John Wheeler, Kearney, Robert Wheeler, Clinton, and Schuyler Wheeler, Columbia. Funeral services were Monday, March 15, 1993 at the Freeman Mortuary, Jefferson City. Graveside services and burial were at Laurel Oak Cemetery in Windsor.

IRVINE, Viola Mae
Appleton City Cemetery, Appleton City, St. Clair Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Mrs. Viola Mae Irvin, formerly of Clinton, died Wednesday, September 2, 1992 in California. Arrangements are pending at Consalus Funeral Home. Mrs. Viola Mae Irvine, 72, a native of St. Clair County, died August 23, 1992, in Oakland, California. She is survived by a sister, Bonnie Dunlap of Montrose; several nieces and nephews. Cremation. Graveside services will be at the cemetery in Appleton City.

IRWIN, Dylan Michael
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 2 2002 - Dylan Michael Irwin, infant son of Jeff and April Irwin, died Wednesday, December 12, 2001, at the Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton. Dylan is survived by his parents; his maternal grandparents, Robin and Walter McFadden of Windsor, and his paternal grandparents, Clarence Roark of Windsor, and LaVonne Roark of Clinton. Graveside services and burial was held at the Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, on Saturday, December 15.

IRWIN, Mary Ester DYER
Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Mary Ester Irwin, 77, of Windsor, Missouri, died Saturday morning, October 6, 2018, at her home in Windsor. She was born November 3, 1940, in Mora, New Mexico, the daughter of Harry Sturgis Dyer and Lilly Evan (Chavez) Dyer. On February 17, 1967, in Portales, NM, she married William Leroy "Bill" Irwin and he survives of the home. Mary was a 1959 graduate from Portales High School. She worked as a type-setter for the Portales News-Tribune for several years. When her husband, Bill, joined the United States Air Force, they were stationed in several areas including Turkey, Spain, California, and Virginia, and had three children during this time. After Bill's military service, the family moved back to the Southwest and settled in Arizona. When the children were older, Mary went back to work outside the home for Biddulph Oldsmobile in Glendale, Arizona for several years and then Phoenix Metal Craft for 11 years. She enjoyed sewing, quilting, collecting dolls and loved to play the piano and sing in the church choir. She was a member of the University Drive Church of Christ in Portales, NM and attended First Baptist Church in Windsor after moving to Windsor in July, 2006. In addition to her husband Bill, survivors include a son, William G. Irwin, Phoenix, AZ; 2 daughters, Amy Henrichsen, Phoenix, AZ, and April Williams, Warrensburg, MO; 17 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; 5 sisters, Lucy Metcalf, Mountain Air, NM, Irene Peck, Phoenix, AZ, Ida Denny, Oregon City, Oregon, and Alice Griffith and Nellie Dyer, both of Portales, NM; a brother, Earl S. Dyer, Glendale, AZ; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Harry G. Dyer; and a sister, Lilly Moore. Memorial services will be Saturday, October 20, 2018, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will follow in the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

IRWIN, Merle Dean
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 18 2008 - Merle D. Irwin, 56, Clinton, died Wednesday, January 16, 2008, at his residence. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, January 19, at the Clinton Eagles Lodge. He was born on April 6, 1951, in Greeley, Colorado, son of Art Irwin and Iona Maxine Crowder. He was married to Barbara Hix Irwin. He was a member of the Elks and Eagles In Clinton. He enjoyed working hard, socializing and playing slot machines. Preceding him in death were his father, mother and brother Ronald. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Brian and Michael; daughter, Tammy Wynes and family; brother Robert; sister Katheryn Dean; three grandchildren and many friends.

ISABELL, Aarond M.
Calhoun Cemetery, Tebo Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Aarond Isabell, 44, rural Calhoun, died Thursday, June 27, 1996, in an automobile accident on AA Highway west of 127 Highway near Green Ridge. He was born February 1, 1952, in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of Leo Emmett Isabell and Bonnie Louise (Parker) Isabell. On September 13, 1973, in Clinton, he married Julie Anne Adams, who survives at the home. Mr. Isabell drove a sand truck for the R&M Ready Mix Plant (later LaFarge Ready Mix) in Clinton for several years. He attended the Church of Christ, Clinton. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Haylie, of the home; his parents, Leo and Bonnie Isabell, Calhoun; two brothers and sister-in-law, Rodney A. and Vera Isabell, Wooldridge, and Greg S. and Debbie Isabell, Warsaw; four nephews, Mark, Jamie, Caeleb and Landon; two step-nephews, Matthew and Brian; two nieces, Robin and Maegan, and several aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be Monday, July 1, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in the Calhoun Cemetery.

Calhoun Cemetery, Tebo Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 16 2008 - Bonnie Isabell, 84, rural Windsor, died Monday, April 14, 2008, at University Hospital and Clinics, Columbia, Mo. She was born September 19, 1923, in North Kansas City, the daughter of Samuel Franklin Parker and Anna Jane (Malby) Parker. On December 22, 1945, in Lenexa, Kansas, she married Leo Emmett Isabell, Jr., who preceded her in death on January 12, 2000. Mrs. Isabell was a homemaker and also worked at the Calhoun School District for several years as a janitor and bus driver. She attended St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Windsor, for many years. Survivors include two sons, Gregory S. Isabell and his wife Debbie, Warsaw, Mo.; Rodney A. Isabell and his wife Vera, Wooldridge, Mo; a daughter-in-law, Julie Isabell, Calhoun, Mo.; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons: Mark Isabell, who died in infancy and Aarond M. Isabell; and a sister, Margie Fleming. Funeral services will be Friday, April 18, 2008, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in the Calhoun Cemetery, Calhoun.

ISABELL, Leo Emmett
Calhoun Cemetery, Tebo Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 14 2000 - Leo E. Isabell, Jr., 76, rural Windsor, died Wednesday afternoon, January 12, 2000, at his home. He was born February 25, 1923, in Lenexa, Kansas, the son of Leo F. Isabell Sr. and Edna Lucinda (Powell) Isabell. On December 22, 1945, in Lenexa, Kansas, at St. Mary's Catholic church, he married Bonnie Louise Parker, who survives. Mr. Isabell was a farmer and worked at the Calhoun Grain Elevator for 10 years. He also was a school bus driver for the Calhoun School District for 10 years and worked at the Windsor International Shoe Factor for several years. He was an Army veteran of World War II, receiving the Purple Heart. He was a member of the St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Windsor. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Rodney A. Isabell, Wooldridge, and Greg S. Isabell, Warsaw; two brothers, Robert William Isabell, Bonner Springs, Kansas; Arthur Leroy Isabell, Lenexa, Kansas; a sister, Marjorie Getz, Kansas City, Kansas; nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sons, Mark and Aarond; a brother, Kenneth Earl Isabell, and two brothers who died in infancy. Funeral mass will be celebrated Saturday, at the St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Windsor. Burial will be in the Calhoun cemetery.

ISDELL, Derald
Daily Democrat, Clinton, MO, Jun 7 2002 - Derald Isdell, 66, Bolivar, died Wednesday afternoon, June 5, 2002, at his farm, east of Bolivar. He was born June 27, 1935, at Brighton, the son of Lloyd Benton Isdell and Wilma Lorene Cribbs Isdell. On December 15, 1956, he married Dorothy Ann Callaway. He had been in the lumber business for 49 years, from 1953 to 1968. In 1968, he and his wife opened Town and Country Building Supply in Bolivar. He also owned other lumber yards in the area, including Town and Country Building Supply in Clinton. He was a member of the Mt. Gilead Methodist Church, south of Bolivar. He was a member of the Blue Lodge, Solomon Lodge #271 AF and AM, Scottish Rite-Valley of Joplin-Orient of Missouri, Abou Ben Adem Temple of the Shrine, Bolivar Optimist Club - past president, Optimist-Missouri District Governor, Optimist-Intermational Vice President, Ozark Empire Fair Board, Polk County 4-H Leader, Polk County Youth Fair Board and Mid-American Lumberman's Association Past President. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy of the home; his two sons, Brad and daughter-in-law Jennifer Isdell of Higginsville and Barry Isdell of Bolivar; his parents, Lloyd and Wilma Isdell of Pleasant Hope, and his sister, Carol Griffin of Pleasant Hope. Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 15, in the Butler Funeral Home Chapel.

ISOM, Elora Meria CLANIN
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Elora Meria Isom was the sixth of seven daughters born to Mannford and Nora Clanin. Born into this world on August 22, 1917, in Temple, Oklahoma, she grew up in the Valley Center area near Lowry City. She lived in Drumwright, Oklahoma, for 43 years before moving to Clinton in early 1987 with her husband, Charles Jarrett Isom, who died on February 13, 1987. She passed away Saturday, March 14, 1992, at the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital. She was a member of the Christian Church of Clinton, being particularly active in the Monday sewing program. She also was a member of the Clinton Newcomers Club and the Clinton Senior Center. During her 74 years on earth, she enriched many lives with her love and friendship. So her death marks those who cared for her with a distinct sense of loss and emptiness. Nowhere is this more felt than in those family members who survive her: her two daughters, Charlotte Elgin of Buckner, and Dorothy Farmer of Bates City; her six sisters, Thyra Clutter of ElDorado Springs, Verna Bourland of Appleton City, Pauline Bourland of Lowry City, Coleca Walker of Raytown, Loleta White of Lone Jack and Mildred Roberts of Kansas City, and her four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 17, 1992, at the Vansant-Mills Funeral Home. Burial was held at the Englewood Cemetery in Clinton.

IVERS, Francis Dudley "Frank"
Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Frank D. Ivers died Wednesday, October 5, 1997, at his home in Clinton at the age of 90 years, 11 months and three days. He was born November 12, 1906, in Peru, Nebraska, the son of Frank and Mary Kepple Ivers. He was a graduate of Peru High School and Peru State College. On June 15, 1945, Frank married Zola M. Shepherd. While living in Nebraska, he taught school at Lyman. He had lived in this area for a number of years. For over 30 years, Mr. Ivers worked as a hydrologist for the Corps of Engineers, retiring in 1969. He had a special love for the outdoors and his favorite hobbies outdoors were hunting and fishing. He took pleasure from all nature. He is survived by his wife, Zola, of the home; a cousin, Arnold Kepple, Peru, Nebraska; several nieces, nephews and other cousins. He was preceded in death by four seasons?, Clyde, Buyrl, Floyd and Roy. Funeral services were held Friday, October 17, at Consalus Chapel in Clinton. Burial was in Englewood Cemetery.

Englewood Cemetery (I), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 14 2014 - Zola M. Ivers, 97, Clinton, died at Golden LivingCenter-Westwood on Sunday, October 12, 2014. Zola was born on January 18, 1917, to Jesse Benjamin Shepherd and Mary (Foster) Shepherd of Kansas City. Shortly after her birth, the family moved to Canada, but returned home several years later. Zola married Frank Ivers on June 15, 1945, in Peru, Nebraska. Employment brought Frank and Zola to Clinton. Zola was a homemaker who loved to hunt. She and Frank would hunt mushrooms, deer and turkey. Zola also loved to fish. Surviving Zola are numerous cousins. Preceding her in death were her parents and husband. A private inurnment will follow at a later date.

IVEY, Clemma Rita SMITH
Oak Hill Cemetery, Siloam Springs, Benton Co, AR
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 29 2002 - Clemma Rita Ivey was born April 5, 1911, in Urich. She died January 8, 2002, in Pryor, Oklahoma. Mrs. Ivey moved to Siloam Springs, Arkansas, from Kansas City, in 1976, where she resided until after her husband's death in 1992. Rita moved to Pryor in 1993. She was a resident of Cottage On Willow Road from 1997 until her death. Rita was comptroller of Sears Roebuck and Company, Plaza Store, Kansas City. She retired in 1970. Rita was a member of the First Baptist Church in Pryor. She was a Sunday School teacher of Intermediate Girls at Armour Heights Baptist Church and Ruskin Heights Baptist Church in Kansas City and sang soprano in church choirs. Rita was married to Eck E. Ivey on July 19, 1927, in Urich. He preceded her in death on January 30, 1992. Rita enjoyed crocheting and reading her Bible. She was a loving wife and wonderfully strict Christian mother. She is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Jack and Betty Ivey of Montrose, Pennsylvania; daughter and son-in-law, Janice and Jim Keen of Pryor; sister, Effie Coltra of Cameron; grandchildren, Randall Ivey of Columbus, Kansas, Mark Ivey of Houston, Texas, Susan Schaeper of Tomball, Texas, Lorie Kohut of Tomball, Texas, Rita Browning of Houston, Texas, Jeff Keen and J. P. Keen, both of Pryor; 20 great-grandchildren, four great-great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Nova Ivey of Roff, Oklahoma, and Rose Smith of Lee's Summit. In addition to her husband of 66 years, Eck, she was preceded in death by her parents, Mark DuBarry and Clemma Jane (Sullivan) Smith; son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Marilyn Ivey; son, John; daughter, Betty Jean; granddaughter, Jamie Keen DuBois; brothers, Earl Smith, Frank Smith and Maynard Smith, and sister, Masel Crochett. Funeral services were at Stephens Memorial Chapel, Pryor, Oklahoma, Friday, January 11. Graveside services were at Oak Hill Cemetery, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, Friday.

IVEY, Dorothy Vivian CRAIG
Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 2 2001 - Dorothy V. Ivey, 80, Windsor, died Thursday, March 29, 2001, at her winter home in Texas. She was born March 14, 1921, in Sedalia, the daughter of Harry Franklin Craig and Lettie Grace (Mosley) Craig. On June 22, 1942, in Windsor, she married Jack Ivey, who survives of the home. She worked for William O. Crow, OD, for 25 years in Windsor, before her retirement. Dorothy and her husband had spent the last 18 years in Texas, during the winter months. She was a member of the Windsor United Methodist Church. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Garry C. and Mary Ivey, Gardner, Kansas; a grandson, Bretlee Ivey, Plano, Texas, and a great-grandson, Taylor Ivey, Plano, Texas; a brother, Raymond Craig, Morrisonville; several nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by a brother, Robert Earl Craig. Funeral services will be Wednesday, at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

IVEY, Eck E. "Dynamite"
Oak Hill Cemetery, Siloam Springs, Benton Co, AR
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Funeral services for Eck E. Ivey, 87, Siloam Springs, Ark., were held Monday, Feb. 3, 1992 at the First Baptist Church of Siloam Springs. Burial was in the Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Bacstrom-Pyeatte Funeral Home. He was born Feb. 6, 1904, in Roff, Indian Territory, to Thomas and Lou Ivey. He died Jan. 30, 1992, in Fayetteville, Ark. He was a retired electrician, a member of IBEW Local 124 of Kansas City, where he was recently honored for 50 years of membership. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Siloam Springs. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Rita, of Siloam Springs; a son and daughter-in-law, Jack and Betty Ivey of Montrose, Penn.; a daughter and son-in-law, James and Janice Keen of Pryor; a daughter-in-law, Carolyn Ivey of Houston; two sisters, Lenora Scott of Oklahoma City and Carmen Bettis of New Boston, Texas; nine grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren, and numerous relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son and daughter-in-law, James E. and Marilyn Ivey; a son John Eck Ivey; a daughter, Betty Jean Ivey; and three brothers, Bill, Gene and Tom Ivey. He was traveling man with a medicine show in early 1930 and came through Urich, where he met his wife, Rita Smith. He was known as "Dynamite".

IVEY, Jack
Laurel Oak Cemetery (I), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Oct 25 2013 - Jack Ivey, 92, Warrensburg, formerly of Windsor, died Thursday, October 24 2013, at the Missouri Veterans Home, Warrensburg. He was born August 31, 1921, in Chanute, Kansas, the son of Loran Enis Ivey and Amelia Francis (Brown) Ivey. On June 22, 1942, he married Dorothy Vivian Craig, and she preceded him in death on March 29 2001. Mr. Ivey worked at the Marti Hatchery in Windsor for six years before becoming a mail carrier, also in Windsor, for the United States Postal Service working for 27 year before retiring in 1983. He also did carpentry work in the Windsor area for a number of years. He served in the United States Army-Air Force during World War II stationed primarily in the Central European Theatre. Jack enjoyed traveling and spending the winters in Texas before his health declined. He was a member of the Windsor United Methodist Church, American Legion Post #82, Windsor, and Masonic Lodge #29, Windsor. Survivors include a son, Garry C. Ivey and his wife Mary, Wheatland; a grandson, Bret Lee Ivey, Plano, Texas; a great-grandson, Taylor Ivey, Plano, Texas, and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Richard E. Ivey; four sisters, Ernestine Scott, Betty Bejma, Dorothy Ivey and Mary Ivey; a half-brother, Clifford Leabo, and a half-sister, Vivian Leabo. Funeral services will be Sunday, October 27, at Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor.

IVEY, Oliva Madison
Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Prairie City, Bates Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jul 17 2006 - Olivia Madison Ivey, infant daughter of David Wayne and Carlee JoAn (Hamilton) Ivey, Rockville, was born on June 27, 2006, at Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton, where she died the same day. She is survived by her parents; one brother, Joseph Amaya, and one sister Natasha Ivey, all of the home; her maternal grandmother JoAn Walling of Appleton City; her maternal grandfather Carlton Hamilton of North Carolina, and her paternal grandmother Juanita Lachney of Port Orange, Florida. Funeral services were held at Zion Lutheran Church, Rockville, on Saturday, July 1. Interment was in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Rockville.