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OBITUARIES & ALMANAC The Des Moines Register GC Thursday, January 1 8, 2001 Page 7B HERB PLAMBECK Des Moines Herb Plambeck, 92, of Scottish Rite Park died of a heart ailment Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. Services will be at I rJ I 2p,m- today at West' ' i I minster Presbvterian Church and at. 1 p.m. Friday at Runge Mortuary in Davenport. Burial will be at Davenport Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Plambeck was born in Davenport and had lived in Des Moines since 1936. He was the first full-time farm broadcaster in the nation hired by a commercial radio station when he joined WHO in 1936 as farm director. He had the job for 34 years before he became an assistant to two U.S. secretaries of agriculture. He was WHO'S battlefield correspondent during World War II and the Vietnam War. He interviewed 10 U.S. presidents, as well as kings and dictators. Mr. Plambeck had a weekend gardening program on KRNT radio and was a frequent guest on WHO until his death. He had won more than 200 national and international agriculture awards, including the World Citizenship Award. He is survived by his wife, Laura; a daughter, Mary Munger of Sioux City; two sisters, Irma Wilson of Davenport and Elna Williams of Roswell, Ga.; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Frances. Friends may call from 11 a.m. to, 1 p.m. Friday at Runge Mortuary in Davenport. Memorial contributions may be made to his church, the Eta chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho or Iowa 4-H Foundation. Dunn's Funeral Home is handling arrangements. MINNIE GRADY Boone P 1 Minnie Marie Grady, . il n a i n J J .1 4, oi ooone uieu ui complications of a stroke Tuesday at Israel Family Hospice House in Ames. Services will beat 10:30 a.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church In Boone, of which she was a member. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery near Minburn. Mrs. Grady was born in Boone County . and had lived there most of her life. She also had lived in Ogden, Ames, Melrose and Albia. She was a homemaker and a member of Boone Birthday Club. She enjoyed traveling and music. She is survived by five daughters, Leone Sink of Auburn, Wash., Annselma Hermann of Alamo, Texas, Mary Anderson of Boone, Carolyn Douglas of Madrid and Evelyn Kruse of Boone; four sons, Dean of Boone, DeWayne of Newton, Jim of Livingston, Texas, and Robert of Zearing; a brother, DeWayne Craven of ! Boone; a sister, Florence Zenor of Ogden; 31 . grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; and many great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call from noon to 9 p.m. today at Schroeder-Walter Funeral Home in Boone, where the family will be present from 6 to 8 p.m. Visitation will continue from 8:30 a.m. until the time of services Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to her church or Israel Family Hospice House in Ames. RICHARD HAWKINS Russell . Richard M. Hawkins, 75, of Russell died of complications of Alzheimer's disease Friday at home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Faith United Methodist Church in Russell, of which he was a member. Private burial will be at Russell Cemetery. Mr. Hawkins was born in Russell and had lived there most of his life. He had worked for Eastern Iowa Rural Electric Cooperative before retiring and was a member of American Legion, Iowa Horseshoe Association and Lions Club. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and enjoyed golfing and fishing. He is survived by his wife, Ellen; two daughters, Randi Bojanski of Omaha and JoEllen Lenker of Eldridge; a son, Paul of Eden Prairie, Minn.; a brother, Donald of Coulee Dam, Wash.; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. The family will receive friends following services Friday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Rural Health Care Advantage Hospice. Fielding Funeral Home In Chariton is handling arrangements. CHARLES MITCHELL Knoxville Charles Mitchell, 77, of Knoxville died of a respiratory ailment Wednesday at Knoxville Area Community Hospital. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Williams Funeral Home in Knoxville. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery there. Mr. Mitchell was born in Gosport and had lived in the Knoxville area all his life. He had worked for Pella Corp. before retiring and was an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie; five daughters, Madonna Clark and Teresa Pickering, both of Knoxville, Anna ii. . . i i, fv 111:1... . rt-l.. neaion ot narvey, uixie niisuii ui usw loosa and Janine Hoi of New Sharon; six sons, David, Tyler, Tim, Paul and Todd, all of Knoxville, and Chris of Germany; two brothers, Robert of Otley and Lee of Knoxville; four sisters, Lorraine Becker. Dorothy Carter and Madonna Witter, all of Knoxville, and Helen Couchman of Fort Worth, Texas; 25 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 1 1 a m. today at the funeral home, where the family will be present from 7 to 8 p m. GARRY MORRIS Omaha Garry Morris, 44, of Omaha died Monday of injuries suffered at home. The death has been ruled a homicide. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Wallace Family Funeral Home in Newton, with burial at McKeever Cemetery near Colfax. Mr. Morris was born in Grinnell and had lived in Killduff as a youth. He had lived in Des Moines most of his life before moving to Omaha two months ago. He was a director oUevelopment with Youth Emergency Services in Omaha and had served in the Peace Corps from 1980 to 1983 in West Africa. He is survived by his parents, Donald and Ida May of Killduff; two brothers, Donnie of Sully and Larry of Grinnell; and a sister, Cindy Woody of Newton. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at the funeral home, where the family will be present from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Iowa Youth Services in Des Moines or Omaha Youth Emergency Services. LAURENE YOAKUM Colfax Laurene Yoakum, 61, of Colfax died of cancer Tuesday at her home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Howard Street Christian Church in Colfax, of which she was a member. Crema tion will follow services. Burial of the cremains will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Colfax Cemetery. Mrs. Yoakum was born in Colfax and had lived there most of her life. She had lived in Amana from 1962 to 1970. She was a traffic manager with Monroe Co. In Colfax. She was active in the Colfax Alumni Association and was a former president of Colfax PTA. She enjoyed writing poetry. She is survived by her husband, Eugene; three sons, Chris, Kevin and Kelly, and a sister, Deloris Shepley, all of Colfax; and six grandchildren. Friends may call after noon today at Walters-Coburn Funeral Home in Colfax, where the family will be present from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to her church or Jasper County Hospice. ARLINEH. SPAHR Des Moines ArlineH. Spahr, 91, of the 3300 block of East 25th Street died of cancer Monday at Mercy Hospice in Johnston. Services will be at 11a.m. Friday at Hamilton's Near Highland Memory Gardens Funeral Home, with burial at Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery. Mrs. Spahr was born In Sheldahl and had lived in Des Moines most of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of Simpson United Methodist Church, Priscella Club and 500 Card Club. She is survived by a son, Kenneth of Ankeny; a grandchild; a greatgrandchild; and a step-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lester. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to her church or Mercy Hospice in Johnston. MARY WHITE Knoxville Mary Velma White, 87, of Knoxville died of a heart ailment Tuesday at Hospice Kavanagh House in Des Moines. Services will be at 11a.m. Friday at Bybee and Davis Funeral Home in Knoxville, with burial at Graceland Cemetery there. Mrs. White was born in Marion County and had lived in Knoxville most of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of First Christian Church. She enjoyed gardening. She is survived by a son, Jim of West Des Moines; a daughter, Janice Adam-son of Council Bluffs; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Galen. Friends may call after 1 0 a.m. today at the funeral home, where the family will be present from 6 to 7 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to her church or the American Cancer Society. LILLIAN MILLER I W Story City Lillian Dagny Miller, 84, of Story City died of complications of Alzheimer's disease Tuesday at Bethany Manor there. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Bethany Manor Chapel in Story City, with burial at Lawn Hill Cemetery near Stanhope. Mrs. Miller was born in Hamilton County and had lived in Stanhope, Clear Lake and Des Moines before moving to Story City. She had been a school bus driver for the Webster City school system, the co-owner of Sunset Boat Livery in Clear Lake, a bookkeeper with Hanson PM Marine in Clear Lake and a cook for Maid-Rite in Story City and Northcrest in Ames. She was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Stanhope and enjoyed teaching Sunday school. She is survived by three daughters, Marlene Sebring of Story City, Kathleen Newton of Las Vegas and Bonnie Neese of Colfax; two sons, Richard and Raymond, both of Virginia; a brother, Lloyd Selhiem of Denver, Colo.; I sister, Charlotte Long of Waldorf, Md.; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and a great-great grandchild. Friends may call an hour prior to the time of services Friday at the chapel. Soderstrum-Larson Funeral Home in Story City is handling arrangements. FLORENCE CAMPBELL Des Moines Florence B. Campbell, 89, of the 1500 block of Sampson Street died of a heart ailment Monday at Mercy Medical Center. Services will be at 11a.m. Saturday at Mission Temple Church of God In Christ, of which she was a member. Burial will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Violet Hill Cemetery in Perry. Mrs. Campbell was born in Kansas and had lived in Des Moines most of her life. She had lived in Perry from 1964 to 1 973. She was a homemaker and an avid reader. She is survived by two daughters, Florence McNear of Des Moines and Mary Ellen Allen of Urbandale; a son, James of Ames; three sisters, Cleo Thompson and Peggy Carson, both of Denver, Colo., and Nolene Neal of Kansas City, Mo.; 10 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Sr. Friends may call an hour prior to the time of services Saturday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Mission Temple Building Fund. Caldwell-Raddatz Hickman Chapel is handling arrangements. ETHEL WILLIAMS Windsor Heights Ethel E. Williams, 84, of the 7100 block of Forest Court, Windsor Heights, died of a heart ailment Tuesday at Fountain West Health Care Center in West Des Moines. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Windsor Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member. Burial will be at Masonic Cemetery. Mrs. Williams was born in Des Moines and had lived in the area all her life. She was a homemaker and a member of Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by her husband, Hugh; a son, Clark of Urbandale; two sisters, Ruth Clark of Bethesda, Md., and Thelma McComb of Chapel Hill, N.C.; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. . The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Westover Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to her church. HERBERT MAIRE Des Moines Herbert W. Maire, 83, of the 2900 block of Hubbell Avenue died of a heart ailment Tuesday at The Abbey. Services will be at noon Saturday at Hamilton's Near Highland Memory Gardens Funeral Home, with burial at Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery. Mr. Maire was born in Manchester and had lived in Waterloo before moving to Des Moines in 1949. He was a retired self-employed general contractor and a member of Calvary Assembly of God Church. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. He Is survived by two daughters, Evelyn Robinson and Elaine Maire-Miller, both of Des Moines; two sons, Melvin of Ankeny and Milton of Des Moines; three sisters, Evelyn Frey of Waterloo, Judy Letchford of Delhi and Darlene Fender of Santa Nella, Calif.; two brothers, Herman of Cedar Falls and Mark of Gustine, Calif.; seven grandchildren; and 15 greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to his church. Former Residents Here is Information about the deaths of formercentral Iowa residents who moved from the area more than 20 years ago: Mildred S. Lonning, 87, of Wichita, Kan., died of a respiratory ailment Saturday at Riverside Health Systems there. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. today at Resthaven Cemetery and Mausoleum in West Des Moines. Mrs. Lonning was born in Springfield, Mo., and had lived in Des Moines before moving to Wichita. Friends may call 30 minutes prior to the time of services today at the mausoleum. Dunn's Funeral Home in Des Moines is handling arrangements. Gretchen Pannkuk, 94, of Manhattan, Kan., died of pneumonia Monday at Stoneybrook Retirement Community there. Services will be at 1 1 a.m. today at First United Methodist Church in Manhattan. She was born in Clarksville and had lived in Cedar Falls and Des Moines before leaving the area many years ago. She was a homemaker. Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home in Manhattan is handling arrangements. Des Moines Deaths CAMPBELL Florence B . 89. ot the 1500 block ol Sampson Street died Monday at Mercy Medical Center. DEEDS Freddie M . 70. of the 3900 block ot Douglas Avenue died Tuesday at Mercy Hospice in Johnston GILBERT - Bud. 71 . of the 2000 block ot East 23rd Street died Monday at Veterans Medical Center. INGLE Gilbert S . 80. of USA Healthcare Center in Urbandale died there Tuesday LEE Bonnie Sue. 44. ot the 100 block ot Birch Boulevard died Monday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. MAIRE - Herbert W . 83. of the 2900 block of Hubbell Avenue died Tuesday at The Abbey OGDEN Carol J.. 56. of the 4100 block ot Southwest 34th Street died Wednesday at home. PARKER - David. 46 of the 3400 Wort ot Arthur Avenue died Wednesday at Metropolitan Medical Center. SPAHR - Artine H . 91 . of the 3300 Nock of East 25th Street died Monday at Mercy Hospice in Johnston WILLIAMS - EthelE . 84. of the 71 00 block of forest Court. Windsor Heigh. dd Tuesday at fountain West Health Care Center in West Des Momes. RAYMOND "TUCKER" C0FFMAN Milo Raymond "Tucker" Coffman, 64, of Milo died of prostate cancer Tuesday at Hospice Kavanagh House in Des Moines. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Milo United Methodist Church In Milo, with burial at Belmont Cemetery there. Mr. Coffman was born in Warren 'County and had lived in Milo 38 years. He was a retired mailroom supervisor with Iowa Farm Bureau and a member of Lions Club. He was a past president of SEW Athletic Boosters. He enjoyed "Wheel of Fortune" and watching sports. He is survived by his wife, Joyce; two sons, Marc and Alan, both of Milo; a daughter, Barb Weeks of Indianola; his stepmother, Velma Coffman of Milo; three brothers, Elden and Richard, both of Milo, and Merrill of Indianola; four sisters, Edna Mae Bales of Milo, Mildred Sargent of Indianola and Evelyn Boucher and Dorothy Krieder, both of Des Moines; and six grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at Mosher Funeral Home in Milo, where the family will be present from 6 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Central Iowa. CLARA DAWSON Des Moines Clara Faye Dawson, 87, of the 900 block of East 28th Street died of cancer Tuesday at her son's home in Lovilia. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Hamilton's Funeral burial at Laurel Hill lw,l Home, with Cemetery. Mrs. Dawson had lived In Des Moines all her life. She was a homemaker. She is survived by two sons, Lester of Des Moines and Richard of Lovilia; five sisters, Mary Fisher of Elkhart and Marge McDonough, Ruth Mote, Loretta Smith and Frances Poortinga, all of Des Moines; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Monroe County. Iowa Deaths ARCADIA Arlene Brightwell, 84. ARNOLDS PARK - Lloyd Kimball, 92; Pearl Clayton-Paull, 91. CEDAR RAPIDS - Helen Brinker, 70; Robert Pierce, 81 ; Evelyn Killinger, 79; Robert Bayles, 80; Marion Hosek, 72; William Mack, 73; Thelma Whorton, 82; Ruth McGuire, 86; Elden Linn, 62; Theresa Moraski, 86; Arleen Young. 92; Helen Swing, 89; Kevin Peters, 37; Lee Morrow, 30; Darrell Hanson, 78; Henry Katz, 90; Sylvia Chada. 97; Gertrude McGourty, 93; Anita Coughenour, 63; Henry Netolicky, 78; Wilma Lowe, 91 ; Ruth Myers, 84; Bernard Barth, 66; Howard Cherry Jr., 82; Montague Lawrence, 77; Debra Polton, 43. .. . CENTRAL CITY Doris Clausen, 73. CHARTER OAK Robert Butler, 80. COLFAX Edith Stayner. 93. DENISON fritz Eck, 79. DURANT Arleen Hansen, 82; Clifford Petersen, 94. EARLY Helen Kelly, 77. ELK HORN Doris Rasmussen, 75; Ella J6ns8n 94 ESTHERVILLE - Irene Reed, 93; Dorothy Blass. 84: Bessie Dallman, 98. EVERLY Vera Peterson, 92. HARLAN Loretta Koster. 92; Nina Sorensen, 98; Robert Morris. 86; Russell Doster, 73; Ernest Petersen, 85; Dale Petersen, 81. HARTLEY Edna Sickelka, 93. HIAWATHA- Valencia Stoner, 37. KELLERTON Rex Payton, 69. KEOKUK - Betty Horst, 78; Carl Dupy, 71. LE GRAND Donna Crookshank, 70. LISBON Josephine Coombs, 83; E. Ruth Buttertield, 85. MANILLA Milda McCracken, 102. MARION - Muriel Highley, 83; Elva Meski-men, 77; Lynn Stenerson, 66; Marie Schmickle, 84. MARSHALLTOWN Allen Weitzel. 63: Esther Gralnek. 89: Kathy Glore. 54; Margaret Baumgart, 88; Janet Giffin, 92; Hazel Prochaska, 94; Doris Bosma, 70; Glenn Horn, 87; Doris Cartwright, 91; Carl Sapp, 80; Franz Lebold, 90; Wilbert Garrinton Jr., 69. MILFORD Patricia Dykstra, 69. MISSOURI VALLEY - Naomi Faith, 95; Arthur Moffitt. 80. MOUNT AYR -Kay Nelson. 48. MOUNT VERNON - Daisy Beckhelm. 94. MUSCATINE Opal Holliday. 94; Genevieve Butts. 86; Bernice Schare. 84; Tona Penderson, 79; Arthur Hickey, 80; Frances Sizek, 90; Mae Kemper, 59. NEWTON Lindsey Brooks, 94; Florence Thompson, 71; F. Marion McDaniel, 81; Zola McCuen, 89; Harold Davis, 90; Wayne Fullmer, 85; Mary Shenton, 51 ; Willard Bishop. 88. PANAMA Kenneth Maiwald, 58. PORTSMOUTH - Marilyn Kleffman, 56. PRAIRIEBURG Ida Beranek. 94. PRAIRIE CITY-HattieSlegh.97. SPENCER tola Henderson. 72; Carl Larsen, 84; Marvel Kane. 64. SPIRIT LAKE - Walter O'Donnell. 69; Margaret Thomson, 84; Eugene Brockman, 68; Lorene Blackert, 87. STATE CENTER - Glenn Weuve, 77. SULLY Ellen Squires. 51. SUMNER Duane Wedemeier, 66. VAIL Margaret Kinney, 70. WALKER Marcia Smith, 75. WALL LAKE - Margaret Ranch. 83. WEST LIBERTY Robert Larson. 71 . WESTSIDE-Herbert Wilken. 90. WILTON Grace Squires. 86. WOODBINE Mamie Hohneke, 88; Larry Park. 65. Mildred Potevm, 77. Bacon m4 Robert P. Bacon Funeral Director Maxwell 422 1st St. 515-.W-8X85 Nevada 1204 5th St 515-3X2-2M.I i tieroiiMj nflle hcnhihj ncttf ,.mh'ii ('"(t ctire WHhrttlWittlHJ Servine, Polk t Story Counties Tmhnmuli Crrmjfom Vravi 4hiiUw CAROL OGDEN Des Moines Carol J. Ogden, 56, of the 4100 block of Southwest 34th Street died of a stroke Wednesday at home. Services will be at noon Friday at Southtown Funeral Home, with burial at Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery. ' Mrs. Ogden had lived in Des Moines all her life. She was a bookkeeper with Joseph's Jewelry and a member of Park Avenue Christian Church. She enjoyed her flower garden. She is survived by her husband, Ward; a son, Jeff, and her mother, Bette Mark, both of Des Moines; and two grandchildren. . . . Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. GILBERT INGLE Urbandale Gilberts. Ingle, 80, of USA Healthcare Center in Urbandale died of complications of Alzheimer's disease there Tuesday. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Southtown Funeral Home, with burial at Vandalia Cemetery in Vandalia. Mr. Ingle was born in Vandalia and had lived in Runnells before moving to Des Moines 33 years ago. He was a retired self-employed milk hauler with Gordon's Wholesale and a member of Fort Des Moines Church of Christ. He enjoyed gardening. He is survived by his wife, Eunice; a son, Neal of Southlake, Texas; two daughters, Marlys Hassel of Des Moines and Linda Waugh of Idaho Falls, Idaho; four brothers, Lester of Iowa Falls, Glenn of Ankeny, Marvin of Prairie City and Vern of Swan; nine grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to his church or the Alzheimer's Association. Des Moines Births METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER PRICE Melissa Jones of Des Moines and Jeffrey Price Jr. of Queens, N.Y., a son, Wednesday. SALURf Linda and Joseph of West Des Moines, a son, Tuesday. IOWA METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER CROW Michelle and Nick of Urbandale, a son, Tuesday. EPPERLY Lisa and Clint of Urbandale, a daughter, Wednesday. FRANCIS Stephanie and Chris of Yale, a son, Wednesday. GRUWELL Nichole and David of Lorimor, a son, Tuesday. McCARTY Sally and Greg of Des Moines, a son, Tuesday, ROLFES - Kelle and Patrick of West Des Moines, a son, Tuesday. ROTHGERY Cynthia and Eric of Des Moines, a son, Tuesday. RUFF Marci and Brian of Knoxville, a son, Tuesday. RUMELHART - Michelle and Rick of Guthrie Center, a daughter, Tuesday. URBAN Kris and John of Clive, a son, Tuesday. WOOD Traci and Chad of Grimes, a son, Wednesday. MERCY MEDICAL CENTER ANCTIL Dawn and Phil of Norwalk, a son, Wednesday. FONGDARA Phaengphanh and Amphay of Des Moines, a son, Wednesday. GIRARD Kelli and Travis of Manson, twin sons, Tuesday. HUBERTY Amy and Aaron of Ankeny, a son, Tuesday. JANSSEN Lori and Brian of Urbandale, a son, Wednesday. KAAS Heidi and Roberts Jr. of Indianola, a daughter, Tuesday. MILLS Carrie and Scott of Des Moines, a daughter, Tuesday. POWERS Jaime Reedholm and Jamarcus Powers of Des Moines, a daughter, Tuesday. QUEENER Heather Gatch of Des Moines and David Queener of Ankeny, a daughter. Wednesday. RAMIREZ Dawn and Anthony of Des Moines, a son. Tuesday. ROOZEBOOM Susan and Doug of West Des Moines, a daughter, Tuesday. STEWART Melissa and Anthony of Waukee, i son, Wednesday. TTYTK 'TT7TH Average 1 story home Average 2 story home (1,200 sq. ft.) (1,800 sq. ft.) $2,890 $3,990 Completely Installed! iTTT-r- i our Ihotwroom vi L 63rd Railroad J ijMFirit St.. WDJj-ai More Obituaries: 8B STANLEY HOLT SR. Pacoima, Calif. Stanley C. Holt Sr., 70, of Pacoima, Calif., died of a stroke Jan. 11 at home. The body was cremated, and memorial services will be at Q ' rl 10 a.m. Saturday at fia-rf Greater Missionary Baptist Church in Pacoima. Burial of the cremains will be at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, Calif. Mr. Holt was born in Des Moines and had lived in Des Moines 35 years before moving to Pacoima a year ago. He had worked in a packinghouse before retiring and was a Navy and Army veteran of the Korean War. He enjoyed music. He is survived by his wife, Yvonne; two daughters, Johnetta Levell of Des Moines and Yvonne Simpson of North Hollywood, Calif.; a son, Stanley Jr. of Sunland, Calif.; a sister, Gloria LaMay of Des Moines; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Ruckers Mortuary in Pacoima is handling arrangements. ADVERTISEMENT Death Notices ILES FUNERAL HOMES Locally Owned and Operated Dunn 's 2121 Grand Am, SIS-244-2121 Herb Plambeck 2:00PMThursdayot Westminster Presbyterian Church and 1 :00 PM Friday at Runge Mortuary in Davenport Mildred Lonning 2:30PMThursdayat Resthaven Mausoleum Family Greeting Vi hour prior to service Sister M. Trinitas RandCHM 10:30 AM Friday at Humility of Mary Center in Davenport Vigil Service 7:00 PM Thursday Westover 6337 Hickman, 276-IS67 Hazel T. Lammey 11 :OOAM Thursday Freddie M. Deeds 11:00 AM Saturday Family Greeting 5:00-8:00 PM Friday Ethel Williams 11:00 AM Saturday at Windsor Presbyterian Church Family Greeting 5:00-7:00 PM Friday at the Funeral Home Grandview Park 3211 Huhhrt Ave. 26J-li. Bonnie Newbrough 10:0OAMSaturdayat Union Cemetery, Polk City Family Greeting 6:0O-8:0OPM Friday at the Funeral Home AmyG. Bidwell Memorial Services 11 :00 AM Thursday at McLaren's Chapel Leon E. Blocher 2:00 PM Thursday at McLaren's Chapel George R. Hahn Memorial Services 10:00 AM Saturday at Lincoln High School Auditorium McLaren's Funeral Chapel 801 lth St., WDM 515-225-7225 Hazlett, Mrs. Helen For information regarding services please call: I Holland I'nrk I niitTiil I Ionic 35004th Ave. 288-6551 7T S HAMILTON'S jt I MUlt .VTtC Iff vuvtu mr-.AamilriNuliiiimittfMnr.ram HasaUton'i On Lyon 405 Lyon St 243-5221 Mary Ruth Evans 10:00 AM Thursday at St. Anthony's CatholicChurch Sarah Elizabeth Little 2:00 PM Thursday at First Assembly of God Church Robert W. Daniels 2:30 PM Thursday at the Funeral Home Bud Gilbert Visitation 4:00-8:00 PM Thursday at the Funeral Home Bonnie Lee 10:00 AM Friday at First Federated Church Clara Dawson 11 :OOAM Saturday at the Funeral Home FernN.Hl9don 2:30PMSaturdavat the Funeral Home Roitllo R.Hill David Parker Southtown S400SWeth 285-3?! 1 Carol J. Ogden 12 00PM Friday at the Funeral Home Gilbert lnlt 10 00 AV Saturday at the Funeral Home Bernice Blond) 1 OOPM Saturday ot the Funeral Home John Clint Immediate Cremation No Services Hamilton's near Highland Memory Gardens HI NW Mth Ave. It 2442 ArlineH Soohr 11 OOAVFrKiyot the Funeral Home RebertAllvnPlenl Jr. 1 OOPMFrioovot Woufcee United Methodist Church HertxfrtW Malr 12 OOPM Saturday at the Funeral Home Harriet Ann Maban I OOPMSo'uroavat tr Funeral Home

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