Robert Minner Death Notice

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Robert Minner Death Notice - THE DAILY STANDARD» Siknstow, Mo. Sun. April...
THE DAILY STANDARD» Siknstow, Mo. Sun. April 10,1977 — Deaths Eugene Haaiey FENTON-Eugene Hadley, 64, formerly of Sikeston, died. Thursday in St. Louis Hospital. Services are scheduled at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Piefer Funeral Home at Fenton. Burial will follow in Jefferson Barracks Cemetery. Forest Jones BLOOMFIELD-Forest Jones, 78, Route Two, a retired farmer, died Saturday in Southeast Missouri Hospital, at Cape Girardeau. Born Aug. 19,1896 at Kennett, he lived in the Kennett Community Community until 1953, when he moved near Bloomfield. On March 2, 1919 he married Ruth Ethel Doublin, who died Jan. 10, 1976. One child also preceded him in death. Survivors include: Five sons, J. T. Jones of Mount Morris, Mich., Harold Jones of Bloomfield, Franklin Jones of Flint, Mich. Ernest Jones of Anaheim, Calif, and Chester Jones of Swartz Creek, Mich.; four daughters, Mrs. Louise Burton of Bloomfield, Mrs. Freida Wilkins of HornersVille, Mrs. Eva Van Gennip of Malden and Mrs. Margaret Nichols of Flint; one half-sister, Mrs. Daisy Smith of Kennett; and 31 grandchildren and 12 great­ grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at Watkins and Sons Funeral Chapel in Dexter where services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Monday. The Rev. John Hunsaker Hunsaker of Dexter will officiate Burial will follow in Hagy Cemetery at Dexter Robert Minner BENTON-Robert Dean ■■Bob" Minner, 47, a farmer. NOTICE Family of Bob Minner request that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions be made to the Kelly High School Girls Basketball team. died at9a.m. Friday in Missouri Delta Community Hospital at Sikeston. ‘ He was bom July 19,1928 near Morley, son of the late Cecil T. Minner and Mrs. Flora B. Minner of Benton. On March 7, 1953 he married Wanda Greene, who survives. One brother, Harley Minner, also preceded him in death. In addition to his mother and widow, surviving are: One son, Steve Minner of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Cindy Bollinger of Benton and Miss Phyllis Minner of the home; four brothers. Herbert Minner of Willington, Ul., James Minner of Boston, Mass., Cecil Minner Jr. of Sikeston and Charles Minner of Lansing, Mich.; five sisters, Mrs. Helen GiUiland of Sikeston, Mrs. Mary Presson of Charleston, Mrs. Glenda Burnett Burnett of Randles, Mrs. Lois Tackett of Peoria, III. and Miss Wilma Minner of Benton; and one granddaughter, Carrie Ann Bollinger of Benton. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at Nunnelee Funeral Chapel in Sikeston, where services will he conducted at 1 p.m. Monday. The Revs. Elbert Bishop, pastor of Morley Baptist Church, and Marvin Graham will officiate. Burial will follow in Forest Hills Memorial Cemetery near Morley. Pallbearers will be Paul and Joe Stuckey, Steve Urhahn, Roy Proctor Jr., Jimmie Emmerson and Jim Vinyard. Buster Hines CHARLESTON-Buster Hines, 71, Route Two, a retired farmer, died at 8:10a.m. Friday in Missouri Delta Community Hospital iat Sikeston following a brief illness. He was born June 25, 1905 in Tennessee and had lived in Mississippi County since 1935. In 1930 he married Daisy Carter, who survives. Also surviving are: One daughter. Mary Katherine Hines of the home; three brothers. Tony Hines cf Charleston, George Hines of Union City, Tenn. and Henry Hines of South Bend. Ind.; and one sister, Lucille Anderson of Memphis, Tenn. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon and night at Sparks Funeral Home. p.m. St., at are is in man, injury 172 highway accident, east The for by to

Clipped from The Daily Standard10 Apr 1977, SunPage 12

The Daily Standard (Sikeston, Missouri)10 Apr 1977, SunPage 12
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