Posted: 2017-12-07 19:14
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Survivors include her husband, Dennis Ray Little Sr., of Marion a daughter, Deanna L. Johnson of Henderson two sons, David G. Little of Symsonia and Dennis Ray Little Jr., of Marion two sisters, Ruby White and Kathy Fark, both of Booneville, Ind. three brothers, Richard Edward Evans of Lynnville, Ind., Dennis Wayne Evans of Booneville, Ind., and Timothy B. Evans of Chandler and four grandchildren.
Surviving are her husband, Henry R. Coles of Clinton three sons, Rickey D. Coles of Jackson, David A. Patton of Philadelphia, Pa., and Wesley B. Patton of Ft. Wayne, Ind. a stepson, Henry R. Patton of Portland, Ore. two step-daughters, Judith D. Hammock of Umatilla, Fla., and Carol Livingston of Baldwin Park, Ca. a brother, Ralph Moore of Marion nine grandchildren 67 great-grandchildren and a niece.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Lee Wade Schondelmeyer of Columbia two sons, Dr. R. Wade Schondelmeyer and William Ray Schondelmeyer, both of Columbia two daughters, Pamela Sue Brown of Ames, Iowa and Patricia Lee Nekula of St. Peters a brother, Charles E. Schondelmeyer of Manchester, Mo. two sisters, Barbara Ratcliff of Drexel, Mo., and Virginia Bridges of Independence, Mo. and 65 grandchildren.
She received an undergraduate degree from Union College in Barbourville and earned a master''s degree in music from Evansville College. She taught business education and music at Crittenden County High School. She was a pianist for Hurricane Camp Meeting. She was a member of Salem Presbyterian Church in Hope a volunteer naturalist at Runge Nature Center and co-chair of the Wildlifer Quilters at Runge.
Surviving are his mother, Bernetta Bennett Jewell of Paducah his wife of 99 years, Virginia Travis Jewell two sons, Billy Jewell of Caldwell County and Ed Jewell of Crittenden County five brothers, Warron Jewell of San Pedro, Calif., Lewis Jewell, Ronnie Jewell, Kenneth Jewell and Johnny Jewell, all of Caldwell County four sisters, Joy Pruett of New Ellenton, ., Jackie Tidwell of Bomer Elk, ., Freda Daniels of Henderson and Ann Johan of San Diego, Calif. four grandchildren one step grandchild three great-grandchildren one step great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.
Wilson is survived by three daughters, Mary Kay Larrick and son-in-law, David Larrick of Rockford, Ill., Barbara Ann Russ and son-in-law Gary Russ of Centralia, Ill., and June Elaine Culvey and son-in-law Daniel Culvey of Garden Prairie, Ill. nine grandchildren, James Larrick and Valinda Larrick, Dietra Black Marcum, Cynthia Black Jones, Laura Russ Merriweather, Keri Russ Davidson, Darren Culvey, Michael Culvey and Brian Culvey two step grandchildren, Donna Lauderdale and Diane Kelly 68 great-grandchildren, Crystal Graham, David Graham, Jessica Melton, Kevin Marcum, Kyle Marcum, Elisabeth Marcum, Damon Jones, Danielle Jones, Felicia Russ, Brett Merriweather, Zachary Merriweather, Ashley Harvey, Jamie Harvey, Leslie Davidson, Daryn Culvey, Brandon Culvey, Trevan Culvey and Keenan Murphy.
Wring is survived by his wife, Anna Wring, of Interlachen a daughter, Cheryl Morgan of Gainesville, Fla. four sons, William Wring, Jr., of Chesterton, Ind., Wade Wring of Palatka, Fla. James Wring of Lake Butler, Fla. Robert Wring of Virginia Beach, Va. four sisters, Alois Gill of Paducah, Helen Black of Crown Point, Ind., Dot Vaughn of Paducah and Kay Coberly of Keokuk, Iowa a brother, . Wring, Jr., of Marion 66 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Surviving are a son, Craig Vinson of Caldwell County a daughter, Bernice Maroney of Crittenden County four sisters, Elva McConnell and Lavine Rowland of Caldwell County and Linnie Ramey and Mary Ellen Scott of Madisonville five grandchildren, Adam Maroney, Trenton Vied, Kenton Vied, Brooke Coleman and Jennifer McKinney two great-grandchildren, Isaac Maroney and Austin McKinney and several nieces and nephews.
He was the former owner of two trucking companies in Missouri and Florida. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans, the American Legion, the Masonic Lodge and belonged to the Boilermakers Union out of St. Louis.
Surviving are his wife, Viola Sailors of Paducah a son, David Sailors of Dallas four sisters, Mae Jeffers and Virginia Brown of Florida and Margie Sinclair and Faye Riedel of California a brother, Ray Sailors of California two stepsons, Joe Dickerson of Crown Point, Ind., Randy Dickerson of Lancaster, Calif., and Jimmy Dickerson of Griffith, Ind. eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
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Survivors include his wife, Mary Evelyn Fritts of Marion a daughter, Cindy Watson of Marion three sons, Eddie Fritts and Ronnie Fritts, both of Marion and William Fritts of Evansville, Ind. three brothers, Hollis Fritts of Daytona Beach, Fla., Kenneth Fritts of Poplar Bluff, Mo., and Orlan Fritts of South Dakota three grandchildren, Derek Fritts of Evansville, Jesse Fritts and Mary Watson, both of Marion and several nieces and nephews.
Survivors include his wife, Sally Tabor of Marion five daughters, Joyce Haegelin of Marion, Doris Vanee of Santa Barbara, Calif., Patricia Workman of Dry Ridge, Lori Tabor of Flora, Ill., Earline Brown of Eddyville five sons, Bruce Tabor of Marissa, Ill., Dennis Tabor of Eddyville, Randy Tabor of Baton Rouge, La., Robert Millikan of Marion two sisters, Jean Moore and Ruth Pupek, both of Gary, Ind. 75 grandchildren 77 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
George F. Yandell, 86, of Cocoa Beach, Fla., died March 67 at his home. He was born May 69, 6968, in Salem. He was a . Army veteran and retired from the Diamond Chain Company, Indianapolis, Ind., after 89 years as a union machinist. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Leesburg, Fla., and a lifetime member of Leesburg Boating Club. He moved to Cocoa Beach from Leesburg in 6996.
He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Martha Scott of Eddyville seven daughters, Wanda Thompson of Pacific, Mo., Hilda Pearman of Sullivan, Mo., Sandra Kinaya of Sterling Heights, Mich., Linda Teague of Kuttawa, Cecilia Ann Batchelder of Sterling Heights, Carolyn Latta of Paducah and Mary Ruth Bowler of Hardmoney four sons, Floyd Junior Scott of Grandview, Eddie Scott of Bandana, Jerry Scott of Arnold, Mo., and James Robert Scott of Sterling Heights 87 grandchildren 87 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Surviving are his wife, France Putnel of Fort Meade a son, C. Wayne Putnel of Fort Meade two daughters, Frances Jean Carrero of Winter Park, Fla., and Sylvia Joanne Messer of Altamonte Springs, Fla. a brother, Charlie Putnel of Willow Oak, Fla. three sisters, Christine Lewis of Willow Park and June Larock and Edna Mojean Fowler, both of Jacksonville six grandchildren and 65 great-grandchildren.
Mick grew up in Tolu where her family, the Lucases and Guesses, had lived for many years. In her weekly newspaper column, she fondly wrote about childhood ramblings around the tiny Crittenden County river town. She always remembered her roots and the rural upbringing that taught her many lessons in life. Mick''s light-hearted column had appeared in The Press even after her retirement three years ago. She had written the weekly column up until last week when her health began to fail.
Surviving are his wife, Katherine Dunkerson of Burna a son, Homer Dunkerson of Burna three daughters, Nancy Hanley of Lewisburg, Debbie Mauck of Nashville and Diane Leftrick of Springfield, Tenn. two brothers, Warren G. Dunkerson of Paducah and . Dunkerson of Burna four sisters, Dessie Barnes of Salem, LaVern Sanders of Cleveland, Ohio, Nona Davis of Joliet, Ill., and Joyce McMican of Hatfield, Ind several grandchildren several great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
A member of Marion United Methodist Church, Mick is survived by a husband, Marlin Travis two daughters, Allison Evans of Marion and Andrea Mick of Bowling Green a son, Lucas Mick at home a grand-daughter, Meredith Evans of Marion two stepdaughters, Shannon Handura and Sonya McKinley of Clarksville, Tenn. a step-granddaughter, Rachel Handura of Clarksville, Tenn. a step-grandson Jake McKinley of Clarksville, Tenn. a son-in-law Chris Evans of Marion two step sons-in-law James Handura and Jeff McKinley both of Clarksville, Tenn. a niece, Leslie Morrow of Madisonville a nephew, Brian Mick of Reno, Nev. three great-nephews and one great-niece.
Surviving are a daughter, Cindy Gray of Smith Mills four stepsons, Harlan Belt of Marion, Wilborn Belt of Sturgis, Jerry Belt of Riverton, Ill., and Ricky Belt of San Diego, Calif. three sisters, Dorothy Moses of Baton Rouge, La., Ethel Babbs of Sturgis and Jewell Miller of Sturgis three brothers, Henry Babbs of Pacific, Mo., John Babbs of Gary, Ind., and Curtis Babbs of Henderson 66 step-grandchildren seven step-great-grandchildren.