Mr. Lloyd Briggs

 

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Funeral Services for Mr. Lloyd Briggs, age 93, a resident of Hartshorn, will be held Friday, July 31, at 10:00 AM at Bradford Funeral Home Chapel

Visitation for Mr. Lloyd Briggs will be Thursday evening, July 30 from 6:00 to 8:00 Pm at Bradford Funeral Home Chapel Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery under the care of Bradford Funeral Home.

Lloyd Briggs son of George Briggs and Carrie (Helton) Briggs was born on August 1, 1921 at Akers, Missouri and passed on July 27th, 2015 at Mountain View Healthcare. Making his age 93 years 11 months and 26 days.

He grew up in the Akers and Hartshorn, Missouri area. He worked in St. Louis when he was younger then returned to Hartshorn to live. He worked at the rock quarry for a while before working at different pallet mills in the area. After he retired he did mostly what he wanted to do. If anyone needed help he would be there to help.

He loved going to the Current River Opry in Summersville on Saturday nights. He loved getting out and riding through the woods and picking up cans. He especially loved playing with his grandchildren and all the little kids that came around.

He was united in marriage to Florence Nadine Riley on September 12th, 1946 at Houston, Missouri. They celebrated their 50th anniversary on September 12th, 1996. To This union 5 children were born.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his wife Florence Briggs and one son Joie Briggs: four brothers; Arnold, Vernon, Aubrey and Wayne Briggs: five sisters; Wave Reynolds, Rose McQuinn, Thelma Pearson, Audrey Shoults and Geraldine Derryberry. One great grandson Chase Schniepp and two sisters-in law Elsie Briggs and Joyce (Riley) Briggs.

He is Survived by four daughters, Edna Briggs and companion Jerry Barton of Hartshorn, Missouri; Wilma Evans and husband Harry of St. Peters, Missouri; Imogene Terrill and husband Gaylan of Raymondville, Missouri; Bernadine Hohlt and husband Mark of Success, MO; one sister Maudelene and husband Jim Purcell of Salem, Missouri; one sister- in law Thelma Briggs of Summersville, MO.

He had 9 grandchildren, Kelle, Shelly, Shannon, Nathaniel, Jacob, Zachary, T.J., Kalee and Leanne and 13 great grandchildren and host of nieces and nephews.

He was a great father and grandfather and will be missed by all who knew him.

 

Mrs. Etta Jugenheimer

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Etta Mae Jugenheimer the daughter of Albert P. Heim and Amie Iris Floyd was born July 4, 1924 in Storm Lake, Iowa and passed away at her home on Saturday, July 25, 2015 making their age 91 years and 21 days.

Etta was united in marriage to Larry Jugenheimer and was a dedicated member of Bethel Church.
She enjoyed traveling, dancing, NASCAR and her family and friends. She was very intelligent and friendly. A business school graduate, she worked as an office manager until retirement. Her kindness was an example to all and her smile could light up the world.

Preceding her in death is her mother Amie Heim, father Albert Heim and husband Larry Jugenheimer.

She is survived by her daughter Rene Hartman and husband Cleve, one gradnson Aaron Parfitt and wife Carla 2 great grandchildren Seth and Randi.

No public services will be held at this time. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Texas County Animal Shelter.

Arrangements were under the care of Bradford Funeral Home of Summersville. Online condolences may be left at bradfordfuneralhome.net

Mrs. Lynda Roehl

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Lynda Kathleen Roehl died on July 18th, 2015 at her home in Eunice, Missouri from the effects of cancer. She was 61 years old, born in Buffalo N.Y. daughter of John and Ann Burd.

She was preceded in death by her father, her sister Patty Collins, and brother Tom Burd.

She is survived by her husband Tim Roehl of the home, daughter Dawn Braiser and husband Jeff of Pomona, MO, daughter Sharan Gruendler and husband Matt of St. Louis, MO: Grandchildren Miranda and Jeffrey Brasier, Katie and Zack Gruendler: Mother, Ann Burd of Willow Springs; Sisters: Cindy (Garry) Breidt of Willow Springs, Paula Simandl of Willow Springs, Donna (Randy) Balch of Barling, Arkansas: Brothers; John (Judy) Burd of Gaithersberg, MA, Robert (Janelle) Burd of Lee’s Summit, MO. Also a large extended family of nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and outlaws. She had a host of supportive friends and family.

Lynda served the Seven County Solid Waste District for over twenty years as the District Coordinator Planner. She was instrumental in establishing and sustaining Recycling programs and solid waste services in all seven counties. She received an international award for her innovational Household Hazardous Waste Program, and a lifetime achievement award from Missouri Recycling Association.

Lynda enjoyed traveling with her husband Tim and visited all 50 states and seven provinces. Her family always came first, her favorite role was Grandma.

Lynda’s last days were filled with a profound sense of gratitude for the exceptional life she had. Somehow she always got just what she needed just when she needed it.

“I had the chance to know you and to love you all-how much more blessed could I be?”

Memorial Services will be held Saturday, July 25th, 2015 at 3-5pm at Pomona Christian Church in Pomona, Missouri with Rev. Jeremiah Woodring officiating and Donna Utter Master of Ceremonies. Memorials can be made to Lynda Roehl Memorial Trust. Services under the care of Bradford Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at bradfordfuneralhome.net

Mrs. Shirley Hensley

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Shirley Elene Hensley nee Tune passed away July 15th, 2015 in Columbia, Tenneesee at the age 76. She was born Dec. 29th, 1938 to William E Tune and Irene (Lee) Tune. She grew up in the Summersville, MO area, where she met her husband Charles Burton, with whom she had two daughters.

Shirley took great joy in faith and love of God. She also took great joy in spending time with her family. Shirley loved visiting with friends. She enjoyed traveling, quilting, cross stitching and listening to gospel music.

She leaves behind her two daughters Barbara (Bob) Redmond of Lewisburg, TN and Robin (Mark) Blevin of Jefferson City, MO., four grandchildren; Shawn (Kumiko) Burton, Robert (Abby) Redmond, Rebecca (Logan) Smith and Samantha Blevins. She is also survived by five great grandchildren; two sisters Nadine Boyle and Mildred Barnhart; two brothers; Bill Tune and Lenroe Tune.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands James Harrelson and Frank Hensley, and one brother Melvin Tune.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 1:00 Pm at Bradford Funeral Home Chapel
Visitation will be held at Bradford Funeral Home in Summersville, MO on Saturday, July 18th from 10:30am until 1pm. Burial will be in Oakside Cemetery under the care of Bradford Funeral Home. Online condolences maybe left at bradfordfuneralhome.net

In lieu of flowers donations to St. Judes Childrens Hospital would be appreciated.

Mrs. Diane Frampton

Funeral Services for Mrs. Diane Frampton, age 50, of Summersville will be held Tuesday, July 14, at 11:00 AM at Bradford Funeral Home with Rev. Gordon Rhodes officiating.

Visitation for Mrs. Diane Frampton will be Tuesday morning, July 14h from 10 to 11Am at Bradford Funeral Home Chapel.

Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery under the care of Bradford Funeral Home.

Mrs. Marcella May (Shoults) Wilcox

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Funeral Services will be held Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 10:30 Am at Valley Center Baptist Church with Rev. Gary Steelman officiating. Visitation will be Friday evening July 10th, from 6 to 8 pm at Bradford Funeral Home. Burial will be Valley Center Cemetery under the care of Bradford Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at bradfordfuneralhome.net

Marcella May (Shoults) Wilcox the daughter of Elmer and Audrey (Briggs) Shoults was born November 24, 1939 at Hartshorn, Missouri and she went into the arms of Jesus on Wednesday, July 8, 2015, making her age 75 years, 7 months, and 15 days.

Marcella May was united in marriage to Donald Ray Wilcox, August 11 1957. To their union two children were born, Roger Lee and Robin Lea Wilcox.

While living in St. Louis, Marcie worked at Champ Items and Lee Rowans. When the family moved to Summersville she worked at Angelica Uniform Factory and D&K. She was a wonderful cook and more than anything she loved to garden and grow flowers, read books, sew, make crafts, ceramics and silk flower arrangements. She also the best caregiver to her nieces and nephews and several local families that she loved and treated as her own. She had a very special place in her heart for her nephew Andy Shoults who stayed with Marcie and Don throughout his childhood years, and was treated as a brother to Roger and Robin.

June 1957 during bible school Marcie accepted Christ as her Savior and was baptized in Current River at Akers, Missouri. Marcie was a member of the Valley Center Church.

Marcie is preceded in death by her father Elmer Shoults, mother Audrey Briggs Shoults, grandparents Andrew and Daisy (Sullivan) Shoults and George and Carrie (Helton) Briggs, brothers Donald and Denver Shoults, nephew Jason Shoults, cousin Joey Briggs, aunt Isabell Shoults Riley and Paul S. Riley, aunt Lilly Shoults Karr and David Karr, and uncle Charles and Jean Wilcox and \sister in law Kay Shoults.

Surviving are husband Donald, children Roger and wife Janet and Robin and Tony Salyards, 3 grandchildren: Julie Wilcox of Hartshorn, Missouri, Amber Kirk of Mountain View, Missouri, TJ Salyards of Summersville, Missouri, step-granddaughter Jessica Bullock of Bakersfield, California, great grandchildren Adysn Seilhan and Chad Allen Kirk JR. (CJ), 5 brothers: Angel Van Shoults of Mountain View, Missouri, James and wife Paulette Shoults of Hartshorn, Charles Shoults of Summersville, David and wife Rhonda Shoults of Hartshorn and Frankie and wife Cheryl Shoults of Hartshorn, 2 sisters: Acleda Menz and husband Jerry of Raymondville, Missouri and Darlene Pethrus and husband Pierre of Ventura , California, Erma Shoults of St. Louis and a host of aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, and many other family members.

Marcie’s life long occupation was to be a wife, mother, and a homemaker. She was the best in the world.