Horace O Debo newspaper obituary

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Horace O Debo newspaper obituary - Former Sheriff Debo, 75, dies in hospital...
Former Sheriff Debo, 75, dies in hospital Horace O. Debo, 75, of 2205 W. Edgewood Dr., former sheriff of Cole County and a long time peace officer in Jefferson City and Cole County, died Wednesday Wednesday at a Jefferson City hospital. Mr.- Debo had been in ill health health for sometime and hospitalized hospitalized on several occasions. A native of Calwood, in Calls- of exploit 20 cents for bus fare to look for it. But you know Australia if somebody ever anything they'd keep it, I decided to go to the airport. This time I knew where flights to Europe left from. refused to say which airline rode, but said he got past .all by mingling with a ' wasn't scared at all because I know planes and once aboard I went into first The stewardesses never questions--they're just to serve you. I had roast and pi enty of other But I didn't talk to because I thought might be suspicious " STOWAWAY, Fait* 1 way County, Mr. Debo was Feb. 6, 1895, the son of John Thomas and Ophelia Wiggs Debo. The family moved to Jefferson Jefferson City when he was 10 years old. On Nov. 27, 1916, he was married married to the former Miss Minnie Schneider who died Jan. 22,1969. Mr. Debo was an embalmer here for 21 years. He served several years as a member of the Jefferson City Police Department Department and served several years as chief deputy sheriff before his election as sheriff in 1961. He served two terms. He also served as a doorkeeper for the Missouri Senate for several several years. Survivors include: Two sons, Robert L. Debo Sr., 1511 Swift'f Highway, and Vernon J. Debo, Columbia; one daughter, Mrs. Joseph E. (Laleen) Miller, 2205 W. Edgewood Dr.; one brother, Hubert C. Debo, St. Louis; and seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mr. Debo was a member of several Masonic bodies, including including Jefferson Lodge No. 43, A.F. and A.M., Karim Khan Grotto, Prince of Peace Com- mandry No. 29, Knights Temp, ler, Moolah Temple, and the Capital Shrine Club, Chapter No 34. He was also a member of fc* DEBO, Tit* *

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  1. The Daily Capital News,
  2. 06 Aug 1970, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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