Donald Lairmore obit

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Donald Lairmore obit - com- 23.50; calves 350- heifers and gilts 50...
com- 23.50; calves 350- heifers and gilts 50 off; 200-250 un- lower: 25 higher; steady: fall 3.50- sent soy- more on the Mon-1 -^ o \^ cents, oats futures Other survivors include: A son, Douglas Ray Lairmore Jr., Rock Island, 111.; four sisters, Mrs. Alma Maples, Twin Lake Mich., Mrs. Alta Wolfe, Gasconade, Mrs. Lillie Riggs, St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Louise Ford, May wood, Calif.; and six brothers, Warren Lairmore and Roy Lairmore, of Washington, 111., William R. Lairmore, St. Louis, James M. Lairmore, Eureka, Alfred Lairmore Jr., a ton] East Moline, 111., and Kenneth some] H. Lairmore, Rock Island, 111. eased dull futures. the its that fu-' new Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Morton Chapel, Linn, with the R e v . Gilbert officiating. Burial will be in the Lane Cemetery, near Linn. Military services will be at the gravesite by the Osage County VFW post. Donald Lairmore dies at age 37 Donald Ray Lairmore. 37, St. Louis and a former Jef- ferson City resident, died at -Lutheran Hospital, St. Louis, Saturday night. Mr. Lairmore was born Sept. 16, 1934, in Jefferson City, the son of Matthew H. and Martha Phillips Lair- more. His mother survives. He was a laborer. He andi belonged to the Pentecostal I Church, Gasconade, and was j a Naval veteran of the Korean hogs War. of ried on ' day son

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  1. The Daily Capital News,
  2. 19 Oct 1971, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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