Workman, Kelle Ann, d. 1989 - Worthy, Lema D., d. 1971


Workman, Kelle Ann 1965 - 1 Jul 1989  OH 13 1989

[Note: Daughter of Stanley & Joan (  ) Workman; was kidnapped while mowing the Dogwood Cemetery and found murdered in a creek alongside T highway near Oldfield several days later]

Kelle Ann Workman, 24, of Dogwood, was found July 7 at 7 p.m. in Christian County east of Oldfield. She had apparently died approximately one week earlier. Services for Miss Workman were held July 11 in the Clinkingbeard Funeral Chapel, Ava, with Father Robert Gilmore and Brother Dale Ross officiating. Burial was in Dogwood Cemetery. Kelle Ann was self-employed, and was a member of the Pleasant Ridge Southern Baptist Church in Dogwood. She is survived by her parents, Stanley and Joan Workman, Dogwood; a brother, Marc Workman,: Springfield; a sister, Pamela Workman, of the home; her paternal grandparents, Jerry and Freeda Workman, Seymour; relatives and friends.

 

 

Workman, Leslie Ward 24 Aug 1917 - 9 Aug 1986   OH 14 Aug 1986 p5

[Note: Son of Mike M. & Nellie Delain (Cook) Workman; married Norma Lorene Johnson 24 Apr 1916 - 8 Jul 1998]

Services for Ward Workman, 68, Ozark, were held August 11 in Adams Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Lynn Van De Mark officiating, Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Workman died August 9 in the Terminal Care Unit (Hospice), Missouri State Rehabilitation Center, Mount Vernon. He was a construction worker and had belonged to Union Local 16, Springfield. He was a lifelong resident of the Ozark and Sparta area. Survivors include his wife, Lorene; one daughter, Janice Workman, Clearwater, Fla.; one son, Randy Workman, Ozark; and three grandchildren.

 

Workman, Lloyd R. 6 Oct 1907 - 10 Jul 1977 OH 4 Aug  1977 p10

[Note: Son of Winfield Marion & Bertha Mae (Taulman)  Workman]

The family of Lloyd R. Workman wishes to extend their appreciation to Rolling Acres and Skaggs Memorial Hospital and friends who so freely gave of their prayers and services during the loss of our father, grandfather and brother.  Jackie L. Workman, Daniel P. Workman, Agnes Dye and Family, Lester Workman and Family and Gene Workman and family.

 

Workman, Lora C. (Robertson) 20 May 1884 - 17 Nov 1945 CCR 22 Nov 1945 p1

[Note: Dau of  William & Francis (Johnson) Robertson; married 31 Mar 1900 George W. Workman 27 Jan 1878 - 21 Feb 1940]

Lora Robertson Workman was born May 20, 1884, in Christian county, Mo., and passed away Nov. 17, 1845. She was united in marriage to George Workman in 1900 and to this union were born eight children. Her husband and three children preceded her in death. She was converted early in life and placed her membership with the Shady Grove church. Surviving are two sons, Loyal and Chester Workman of Ozark; three daughters, Mrs. Nora Kessinger of Joplin, Mrs. Virgie Tuttle of Riverview, Calif.,  and Mrs. Evalee Johnson of Ozark; 19 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren; one brother, James Robertson of Ozark and one sister, Mrs. Alice Johnson of Sparta. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the Shady Grove church by Rev. Reg Mapes. Burial was in the Shipman cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

Workman, Lovie L. (Monger) 8 Dec 1914 - 21 Mar 2000  CCH-N 29 Mar 2000

[Note: Daughter of Lloyd & Gracie Kit (McHaffie) Monger; married 6 Feb 1931 Chester Manford Workman  6 Jun 1914 - 9 Apr 1991]

Lovie L. Workman, 85, Ozark, Missouri, passed away at 3:27 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, 2000, in St. John's Regional Medical Center, Springfield. She was born December 8, 1914, to Lloyd and Gracie Kit (McHaffie) Monger and was a lifelong resident of Christian County. On Feb. 6, 1932, she was united in marriage to Chester Workman. Lovie worked for Ozark Cheese Factory for over 27 years and was a faithful member of Calvary Baptist Church, Ozark. She was an avid gardener and enjoyed her beautiful flowers. Her caring for others was enormous, she was. often seen delivering home cooked meals or offering help to her many friends. She is survived by one son, Royal Wade Workman and wife Shirley Ann, McCracken; two daughters Lois Day and husband Clifford, Ozark, and Lee Anna Keene, McCracken; one sister Dovie Monger, Springfield; seven grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren; other relatives and many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, infant twin sons, and three sisters. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25, 2000 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. John Hyde officiating. Burial followed in Sparta Cemetery. Visitation was from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 24, 2000 in the funeral home. At the families request, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, PO Box 30638, Columbia, Missouri 65205-3638. This obit may be found at www.legacy.com.

Workman, Loyal H. “Bud” 29 Nov 1908 - 12 Dec 1986 OH 18 Dec 1986 p5

[Note: Son of George Washington & Delora Caroline “Lora” (Robertson) Workman; married 8 Dec 1929 Pearl Lewis]

Services for Loyal H. “Bud” Workman, 78, Ozark, were held Dec. 15 in Adams Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Robert Daniels officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Mr. Workman died Dec. 12 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield. He spent a number of years working as a manager in the street department of the city of Ozark, and was a member of Victory Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Pearl; three sons, Raymond and Johnny, both of Ozark, and Howard, Tucson, Ariz.; two daughters, Hazel Toothman, Fresno, Calif.; and Helen Walker, Hillsborough, N. C.; one brother, Chester Workman, Ozark; 15 grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren.

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Workman, Loyal H. “Bud” 29 Nov 1908 - 12 Dec 1986 OH 25 Dec 1986

Note of Thanks

The family of Bud Workman would like to thanks all the friends and neighbors for their prayers, flowers and food and acts of kindness during the illness and death of Bud. A special thanks to the Adams Funeral Home, Robert Daniels, Georgia Tennison and Ramona Brown. Pearl Workman and family.

 

Workman, Lucy Frances (Elliott) 10 Jun 1864 - 15 Jul 1948 CCR 15 Jul 1948

[Note: Daughter of Elijan Anderson & Tolitha (Walker) Elliott; married 4 Dec 1890 CCM Alfred Noah Workman 20 May 1865 - 21 Sep 1949 ]

Mrs. Lucy Workman was born June 10, 1864, and passed away at her home in Garrison, Mo., on July 15, 1948. She was united in marriage on December 3, 1890, to Noah Workman and to this union five children were born. One son, Newt, preceded her in death 31 years ago. Surviving are her husband, Noah; three sons, John of St. John, Kans., Frank of Ozark and Henry of Garrison; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Stevents of Garrison; 13 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; three brothers, a host of friends and other relatives. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, July 17, in the Union Church at Garrison with Rev. Roy Shipman officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Chadwick.

Workman, Marion Eugene “Gene” 29 Feb 1920 - 17 Aug 1999  OH 28 Feb 1980 p1

[Note: Son of Winfield Marion & Bertha Mae (Taulman) Workman; married Geneva St. John 1 Jun 1929 - 3 May 1999]

59-Year-Old Gene Workman Looks To his 16th Birthday

Gene Workman reaches his 16th birthday Friday. Gene Workman is 59 years old. You guessed it, He was born on Feb. 29 which comes only every fourth year, Leap Year. His first Feb. 29 was in 1930. You know about the Leap Year. Because the earth travels around the sun don’t quite match the calendar, every fourth years is given an extra day. If it were not so, every few hundred years, give or take a hundred - you’d be digging out of the snow in July. Gene is accustomed to the scarcity of birthdays. He shared his this year with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ruth St. John last Saturday night in Sparta. She was 77. Brother-in-law, Walter St. John, gave the party. Gene’s wife, Geneva, was born in Sparta. Gene’s grandson, Jason, who lives in Hawaii, was born in Feb. 29 too. They exchange cards on their birthdays. Two of Gene’s schoolmates were Feb. 29th’ers too. They were Berry Ray in Sparta High and Okleah Hunt (Shady Grove Grade). Okleah Hunt now lives in California. He doesn’t know where Betty Ray is. In his younger days, Gene was a good water skier. He was the top of a 3-man pyramid. He couldn’t ski now (but would like to) because of several back operations which caused his retirement as a  Lily Tulip maintenance man in Springfield, He can still fish and hunt. Now, he works around his 6-acre place a quarter mile east on Hwy. 14 where he also raised beef cattle, largely for his own use. Gene is w World War II veteran with 27 months overseas, in Africa and Italy. He was a diesel engine mechanic in the Signal Corps. How does he feel now? “Like 59”, he says with a grin.

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Workman, Marion Eugene “Gene” 29 Feb 1920 - 17 Aug 1999  CCH-N 25 Aug 1999

Marion Eugene Workman, age 79, of Ozark, died Thursday, August 17,1999 in St. John's Regional Health Center. He was born February 29, 1920 in Sparta and was the son of Marion and Bertha (Taulman) Workman. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. On August 8, 1951 he and his wife, Geneva were married. She preceded him in death on May 3, 1999. He was also preceded in death by a son, Captain Donald Workman, a sister, Agnes Dye, and four brothers, Lester, Lloyd, Clyde and Gerald Workman. Mr. Workman was employed by Sweetheart Cup Company until retirement in 1980. He was a member of Sparta Church of Christ. Survivors include: two daughters, Karin Loke and her husband Mike, Kailua, Hawaii, and Sandra Campbell and her husband Elza, Ozark; six grandchildren, Eric Loke and his wife Frances, Irvine, California, Christine Loke and her husband Rob Viernes, Hawaii, Jason Loke, San Diego, California, Angela Duff and her husband Steve, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, Steven Campbell and his wife Christie, Magnolia, Arkansas, and Lori Whitaker and her husband, Tracy, Boaz; and three great-grandchildren, Jessica, McKenzie and Alexis Duff. Funeral services were 10 a.m. Friday, August 20, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Greely Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Fair Haven Children's Home.

 

Workman, Martha Ellen (McCoy) 4 Aug 1851 - 12 Mar 1932 CCR 17 Mar 1932 p3

[Note: Daughter of John & Elizabeth (Jones) McCoy; married 26 Mar 1868 Samuel Workman 14 Nov 1843 - 24 Oct 1922]

Martha Ellen McCoy, daughter of John and Elizabeth McCoy, was born Aug. 4, 1851. She departed this life March 12, 1832, aged 80 years, 7 months and 8 days. She was united in marriage to Samuel Workman March 26, 1868. To this union were born 11 children, five of whom have preceded her in death. Those who survive are Marion, George, Henry, Edward, and Mike Workman, and Julian Johnson, and also two brothers and one sister -- George and Jack McCoy and Rebecca Bridges, and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Her husband preceded her in death on Oct. 24, 1922. She was converted at an early age and was a member of the Shady Grove Baptist church. Funeral services were held Sunday, March 13, at 1:30 p.m. at the Shady Grove church by Rev. Carter with burial in the Shipman cemetery under direction of T.B. Chaffin.

 

Workman, Mary Margaret (Fann) 20 Apr 1911 - 8 Feb 1968   CCR 15 Feb 1968 p1

[Note: name from tombstone is Mary rather than May; married Robert Edward “Ed” Workman 25 Dec 1887 - 4 Nov 1966]

Ozark Woman Takes Own Life

Mrs. May Margaret Workman, 56, of Ozark, who was employed in the coffee shop in St. John’s Hoapital, apparently took her own life late Wednesday night or early Thursday, Feb 8. Coroner Dean Harris of Christian County reported. When Mrs. Workman didn’t report for work Thursday morning, hospital officials contacted her relatives and then a neighbor, Mrs. Jessie Chaffin. Harris said Mrs. Chaffin, upon finding Mrs. Workman’s car in the garage, called sheriff’s deputies who found Mrs. Workman’s body in the car shortly after noon. Harris said death was due to asphyxiation. A hose was run from the car’s exhaust in a window of the car, he said. The coronorer said she was still dressed in clothing she apparently had worn to work Wednesday. She had left the hospital at 9 p.m. Mrs. Workman had been despondant since the death of her husband Edward in 1966, Harris related. However, she had bought a home in Springfield and was in the process of moving. Surviving are four step-daughters, Mrs. A. M. Alexander, Springfield, Mrs. Mae Morrisett, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Novella West, Halltown and Mrs. Eileen Stott, Ava; and four brothers, Herman Fann of Springfield, Raymond of Del Ray, Calif. and Albert and John, both of Seymour. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Guy Lawyer and the Rev. Clifford Day officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery.

 

Workman, Mike 1909 - 13 May 1960 CCR 19 May 1960 p4

[Note: Son of Millard Fillmore and Nancy Catherine (Anderson)  Workman; married 30 Mar 1932 Helen Louise Gardner 31 Jan 1917 – 14 Dec 1994 who married second Boyd Armstrong; married second Nadine 1915 - 1992]

Funeral services for Mike Workman, 51, Sparta, killed Friday in a highway accident near Oldfield were at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Sparta Christian Church.  The Rev. Faust Matthews officiated. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery with Harris of Nixa in charge.

He is survived by his wife, Nadine; three sons, Mickey, Jim and M. F., all of the  home; two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Roller, Sparta and Mrs. Peggy Webb, Sunnyside, Wash.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Workman, Chadwick; a step-son, John Wade, Portland, Ore.; two brothers, Jerry, Yakima, Wash. and Sgt. First Class Don Workman, stationed in Turkey with the Army; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Walters, Springfield and Mrs. Opal Harmon, Garrison and nine grandchildren. One son, Jim, was reported to be in fair condition at Springfield Baptist Hospital. Another, Mickey, was released after being treated for injuries suffered in the accident.

Workman, Mike M. 22 Jun 1894 - 3 Nov 1978 OH 9 Nov 1978 p10

[Note: married Nellie Delain Cook 30 Jun 1899 - 9 Feb 1962]

OZARK - Services for Mike M. Workman, 84, Ozark, was at 2 p.m. Sunday at Harris Chapel here with burial in Sparta Cemetery. Services were under direction of Harris. Mr. Workman died at 12:41 p.m. Friday in St. John’s Regional Medical Center after a short illness. He was a lifelong Christian County resident. Survivors include a son, Ward of Ozark; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  Rev. Darrell Hinds.

Workman, Mildred Lorena (Farmer) 7 Nov 1908 - 3 Apr 1991  NN-E 11 Apr 1991

[Note: Daughter of Louis Newton & Grace Adelia (Monroe) Farmer; married James Toups Workman 24 Jun 1904 - 12 May 1979]

Mildred L. Workman, 82, Ozark, died Wednesday, April 3, 1991, in Ozark Nursing and Care Center. She was born in Kansas City Nov. 7, 1908, the daughter of Louis "Newt" and Grace Monroe Farmer. Most of her life was spent in the Ozark area. She was a member of the Ozark United Methodist Church. Her husband, James T. Workman, preceded her in death in 1979. Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. James L. and Ann Workman, Poway, Calif.; a granddaughter, Karen Kimberly Workman, Modesto, Calif.; and three sisters, Dorothy Moore, Roxcena Deeds and Dede Flood, all of Ozark. Services were Saturday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Harold Spradling and Michael Walters officiating. Singers were Patty McDaniel and Darrell Hinds, accompanied by Marian Matthews. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri, 3653 South Avenue, Springfield, Mo. 65890-0730.

Workman, Millard Fillmore 19 Oct 1878 - 26 Oct 1968 CCR 31 Oct 1968 p8

[Note: Son of  Richard Truax "Kit" & Eliza Jane (Mitchell) Workman; married  Nancy C. Anderson 16 Jan 1887 - 6 Aug 1960]

Graveside services for Millard F. Workman, 90, Chadwick, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Garrison Cemetery with the Rev. James Melton officiating. Burial was under direction of Harris of Ozark. A lifelong resident of Christian County, Mr. Workman died at 10 p.m. Saturday in Springfield Baptist Hospital after a short illness. Surviving are a son Jerry, Yakima, Wash.; two daughters, Mrs. Opal Harmon, Garrison and Mrs. Edith Wolters, Springfield; 19 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren.

Workman, Millard F. “Muff” 15 Dec 1943 - 2 May 1975 OH 8 May 1975 p1

[Note: Son of Mike & Nadine (Shipman) Workman; married 15 Apr 1961 Helen Joyce Melton; married 5 Oct 1965 Gail Ruth Fast; married 27 Jun 1974 Carol Jean Burkhart]

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Walker, Donna 1953 - 3 May 1975 OH 8 May 1975 p1

Mishaps have plagued this area the last few days. Friday night after 10 p.m. Millard F. Workman, 30 year old Sparta man, was walking along Highway 65 near James River when he was struck by a car driven by a St. Joseph man. Known to most as “Muff”. Workman lived at Sparta most of his life. He is survived by his wife, Carol Jean; a son, Mike of Ozark; three daughters, Bobbie of Ozark and Nadra and Billie, both of Kansas City; his mother, Mrs. Nadine Workman, Sparta; a half-brother, John Wade of Ozark; two brothers, Mickey of Ozark and Jim of Chadwick; and two half-sisters, Mrs. Nancy Roller, Sparta and Mrs. Peggy Webb, Grandview, Wash. Services were held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. James Applegate officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery.

Saturday night, Donna Walker, 21, of Republic and her 24-year-old companion Phil Golden, also of Republic were on an outing at the Hootentown Arch, a natural bridge over James River, just west of the county line. It was reported Donna was collecting wood for a campsite when she fell from the arch which is about 130 feet high. He companion grabbed for her, and he too went over the side. Donna apparently died at the scene. Phil was last reported in satisfactory condition, after being admitted to St. John’s Hospital.

A Monday evening accident north of Ozark on Highway 65 at Christian County Route CC resulted in injury to five persons. Taken to Cox Medical Center were Gerald Lee Bloomer, 16, Ozark, suffered head lacerations and possible head injuries; his mother, Mrs. Treva Bloomer, 44, received a right leg fracture; her son, Tim, 17, released after treatment of facial lacerations and other injuries, and Jamie Morris, 18, Rogersville, admitted to the intensive care unit with head and shoulder injuries. The Thomas youth was driving west on CC when he apparently pulled from a stop sign onto the path of a pickup driven by Gerald Bloomer.

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Workman, Millard F. “Muff” 15 Dec 1943 - 2 May 1975 OH 12 Jun 1975 p11

We would like to thank all our friends and neighbors for the food, flowers, cards and all acts of kindness shown during the loss of our loved one. Special thanks to the Harris Funeral Home and Rev. James Applegate.  Nadine Workman.  Mr. and Mrs. Michael Workman.  Mr. and Mrs. John Wade.  Nancy Roller,  Peggy Wade.  Mike, Robbie, Nedrye and Billie Workman.

Workman, Minda E. “Frances” (Johnson) 24 Dec 1880 - 24 Mar 1951  CCR 24 Mar 1951

[Note: Daughter of James & Minerva (Hedgpeth) Johnson; married Samuel J. Workman 22 Feb 1879 - 24 Feb 1927]

Mrs. Minda E. Workman, 68, who spent her entire life in Christian and Taney counties, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clysta Baker, at Dickens. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include another daughter, Mrs. Olia Baker of Dickens; two brothers, Shack Johnson of Sparta and John Johnson of Oak Grove, AR; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Her husband, a farmer, died 24 years ago, at which time she went to live with her daughter in the Forsyth community. Funeral services, under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Clever, were held Tuesday at the graveside in Shipman cemetery near Sparta.

Workman, Myrtle 9 Nov 1907 - 15 Sep 1979 OH 20 Sep 1979 p2

Services for Mrs. Myrtle Workman, 71, Springfield, mother of Mrs. Betty Martin, Nixa, were held Tuesday in the Greenlawn North Chapel with burial in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Workman died Saturday in St. John’s Regional Health Center after a long illness.

Workman, Nancy Catherine (Anderson) 16 Jan 1887 - 6 Aug 1960 CCR 18 Aug 1960 p5

[Note: Daughter of James S. & Sarah Elizabeth (Remer) Anderson; married Millard Fillmore Workman 19 Oct 1878 - 26 Oct 1968]

Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Catherine Workman, 73, who died August 6 at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, were held August 10 at 2 p.m. in the Garrison Cemetery, with Rev. Don Downes officiating, Burial was under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. Mrs. Workman was converted in middle age and was a member of the Christian Church. She resided most of her life in the Chadwick and Garrison communities. She was preceded in death by three children. Survivors include her husband, Millard F. Workman of the home at Chadwick; two sons, Jerry Workman of Yakima, Wash. and Don Workman of the armed services at Camp Eustia, Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Opal Harmon of Garrison and Mrs. Edith Wolters of Springfield; three sisters, Mrs. Cora Gibson, Mrs. Jane Walker and Mrs. Sybil Miner, all of California; 19 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.

Workman, Nellie Delain (Cook) 30 Jun 1899 - 9 Feb 1962 CCR 15 Feb 1962 p3

[Note: Daughter of  Jasper & Laura (Roberts) Cook; married  Mike M. Workman 22 Jun 1894 - 3 Nov 1978]

Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Workman, 62, who died Friday, Feb. 9, were held Sunday, Feb. 11, at 3:15 p.m. at the Chaffin Chapel in Ozark with Rev. Roy Shipman officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery under the direction of Chaffin and Son Funeral Home. She had been a member of the Sparta Baptist Church for many years. She is survived by her husband, Mike; a son, Noel Cook; one sister, Miss Hazel Cook of Sparta and two grandchildren.

Workman, Nettie Paulina (Weisenberg) 22 Apr 1894 - 30 Nov 1944 CCR 7 Dec 1944 p1

[Note: Daughter of Nolsie & Sallie Alice (Rutherford) Weisenberg; married 25 Jun 1915 CCM Henry C. Workman 2 Jun 1891 - 4 May 1977]

Nettie Paulina Workman was born April 22, 1894, at Sparta, MO, and died at the Springfield Baptist Hospital Nov. 30, 1944. She married Henry Workman on June 22, 1915, and to this union was born one daughter. She was converted about 14 years ago and remained a faithful member of the Church during her lifetime. Survivors are her husband and daughter, Florence, and one sister, Mrs. Stella Moseley of Los Angeles. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the Shady Grove Church, by Rev. Bill McTeer, with burial in Shipman Cemetery under the direction of Chaffin of Ozark.

Workman, Oliver Harrison 21 Nov 1890 - 22 April 1957 CCR 2 May 1957 p 3

[Note: Son of Richard Truax “Kit” & Eliza Jane (Mitchell) Workman; married Nancy Hampton]

Funeral services for Oliver Harrison Workman, 66, who died April 22 at Springfield Baptist Hospital were held April 26 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chadwick Union Church with Rev. Tom Weter officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under the direction of Harris Funeral Home of Clever. He was a native of the Garrison community and spent most of his life in the Garrison and Chadwick communities. Survivors include one brother, Millard F. Workman of Chadwick; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Loomis of Chadwick; several nieces and nephews.

Workman, Paul Leslie 4 Aug 1966 - 4 Aug 1966 CCR 11 Aug 1966 p1

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Workman, Peter Lee 4 Aug 1966 - 4 Aug 1966 CCR 11 Aug 1966 p1

[Note: Sons of Lester & Irene (Page) Workman; grandsons of Cecil Lester & Anna Murial (Bray) Workman & Dean & Irene (Bilyeu) Page]

Paul Leslie and Peter Lee Workman, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Workman, Jr., of Springfield, died at birth in St. John’s Hospital. In addition to their parents, they are survived by a brother, Andrew, and a sister, Sarah Beth, of the home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Workman, Sr.; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Irene Page; paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  Ernest Bray of Sparta. Graveside services were at 2 p.m. Friday in Selmore Cemetery with the Rev. Hardy Reese officiating. Burial was under direction of Harris of Ozark.

Workman, Paul Wesley 8 Dec 1930 - 6 Jul 2008  SN-L 7 Jul 2008

[Note: Son of Henry & Selma (Stinnett) Workman; married Marguerite Thomas]

Taney County man dies in boat collision on Table Rock Lake

A Kissee Mills man was killed Sunday evening after his boat was hit by another boat on Table Rock Lake, according to the Missouri State Water Patrol. The Patrol report stated that Paul Workman, 77, was leaving Jakes Branch Cove in Hollister in his 1995 20-foot Ranger when his boat was struck on its starboard bow by a 1996 25-foot Elimanator driven by Jonathan Ellens, of Hollister. According to the report, Ellen’s boat then traveled across the top of Workman’s boat, striking Workman. The crash occurred just before 6 p.m., according to the report. Workman was pronounced dead by Taney County Coroner Kevin Tweedy, the report stated. A passenger in Workman’s boat, Christopher Scott, 25, received minor injuries.

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Workman, Paul Wesley 8 Dec 1930 - 6 Jul 2008  SN-L 7 Jul 2008 & SN-L 9 Jul 2008

Visitation for Paul W. Workman will be held in the Forsyth Whelchel Funeral Chapel in Forsyth, on Thursday, July 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 11, at 2 p.m., in the Forsyth Whelchel Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in the Kissee Mills Cemetery in Kissee Mills, Mo. Memorial may be made to donor's choice.

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Workman, Paul Wesley 8 Dec 1930 - 6 Jul 2008  SN-L 11 Jul 2008

Paul Wesley Workman, 77, of Kissee Mills, was killed July 6, in a tragic boating accident. Paul was born on December 8, 1930, in Garrison Mo., to Henry and Selma (Stinnett) Workman. He attended Surrat and Garrison schools and graduated from Chadwick High School in 1949. He entered the U.S. Navy in 1951, during the Korean War, and served until 1955. While in the Navy, Paul was united in marriage with Marguerite Thomas of Kissee Mills. They have been happily married for 55 years. Upon discharge from the Navy, they resided in Garrison and then moved to Kansas City where he worked for the Orkin Exterminating Company. Paul and Marguerite moved to Springfield where he opened his own pest control company, Workman Exterminating Company, that has been his livelihood for the past 45 years. Paul was fortunate to be his own boss and enjoyed his work as well as his customers. He was able to live his life on his own terms to a degree that is rarely possible today. Being self-employed allowed him to spend a considerable amount of time following his two favorite pursuits, turkey hunting and bass fishing. Paul was a member of the Forsyth Bass Club and also fished numerous professional tournaments over the years, where he was always a threat to finish in the money. Paul and his father, Henry, were dedicated turkey hunters. When Henry died, one of Paul's most treasured mementoes of his dad was his shoebox full of turkey beards. Paul was a member of the Forsyth Masonic Lodge, a 32 degree member of the Scottish Rite, and the Abou Ben Adhem Shrine. Paul was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Selma; a son, Paul Richard Workman; and a grandson, Kit Workman. He is survived by his wife, Marguerite; and a son, Doug Workman of Kissee Mills; a brother, Darrel Workman of Springfield, another son, Brad and wife, Barbara Workman of Oldfield; and a daughter, Paula and husband Matt Zietz of Jefferson City. Paul's grandchildren are Miles Workman of Protem, John and wife, Sarah Workman of Sparta, Amanda Workman of Oldfield, Alexandra Kabler and Jack Zeitz of Jefferson City. Paul also left a host of friends and relatives all over southwest Missouri. Funeral services are scheduled for Friday, July 11, at 2 p.m., in Welchel Funeral Home in Forsyth, with burial to follow in Kissee Mills cemetery.

Workman, Pearl 31 Aug 1902 - 22 Nov 1931 CCR 26 Nov 1931 p5

[Note: Daughter of Isaac Thomas & Jennie (Whittaker) Workman]

Pearl Workman was born Aug. 31, 1902, and departed this life Nov. 22, 1931, aged 29 years, 2 months and 23 days. She was converted and united with the Missionary Baptist church of Chadwick at 14 years of age. She leaves to mourn her loss her mother, Jennie Workman, a brother, Mose Workman of the home address and one sister, Ellen Garrison of [unreadable] a host of relatives and friends. Her father, I.T. Workman, passed away two years ago. Pearl was ever kind and considerate of her relatives and friends and will be sadly missed by all. Funeral services were conducted on Monday at the home of Rev. R.G. Harding of Nixa. Burial was under direction of B.C. Klepper.

Workman, Rex Loyal 25 Oct 1930 - 16 Mar 1960 CCR 31 Mar 1960 p1

[Note: Son of Loyal H. & Pearl (Lewis) Workman]

Fatal Accident Brings Drunken Driving Charge

Joe Cline, 26, of Ozark is in the Christian County jail for failure to make bond of $1500 following his arraignment in Magistrate court Saturday on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Cline waived the preliminary hearing and will be tried at the May term of Circuit court. Cline was charged following the wreck of his 1947 Chevrolet coach on “W” highway a mile south of Highway 14 at 12:30 a.m. Saturday. His companion in the car, Rex Workman of Ozark, was killed instantly when the car overturned on his head. State Trooper W. K. Curry’s report to Prosecuting Attorney Bill Davenport stated that the car headed south, veered off the road on the east side, struck a culvert and overturned three times, landing on the west side 316 feet from the point where it first left the pavement. Trooper Curry stated that Cline admitted at the scene that he was the driver and that he had been drinking. Curry found several empty beer bottles, several full cans of beer and a partly consumed fifth of whiskey at the scene of the wreck.

Workman, Richard Franklin “Babe” 31 Dec 1871 - 30 Jun 1956   CCR 16 Aug 1956 p12

[Note: Son of Richard Traux “Kit” & Eliza Jane (Mitchell) Workman; married Susie Clayton]

Funeral services for Richard Franklin “Babe” Workman, 84, who died July 30 at his home at Chadwick were held Friday, August 3, in the Chadwick Union Church with Rev. Tip Keithley officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. He was born near Garrison in southeast Christian County, the son of Richard T. and Liza Jane Mitchell Workman. Two children, Mrs. Della Holt and Hobart Workman, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Susie Clayton Workman; one son, Earl Workman of Chadwick; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren; two brothers, Millard Workman and Harrison Workman, both of Chadwick and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Loomis, also of Chadwick.

 

Workman, Richard Franklin 13 Dec 1897 - 6 Feb 1977 OH 10 Feb 1977 p 6

[Note: Son of Alfred Noah & Lucy Frances (Elliott) Workman; married Ina Jane Kessinger 31 Mar 1879 - 15 Jul 1969]

GARRISON - Services for Frank Workman, 79, Garrison, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Adams Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Charley Shipman officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery south of Ozark. Mr. Workman died Sunday morning in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. Survivors include a step-son, Eldon Rhodes, Ozark; a brother, Henry and a sister, Mrs. Mary Stevens, both of Garrison; four step grandchildren and 11 step great grandchildren.

Workman, Rick E.  4 Mar 1961 - 2 Jun 2011 SN-L 5 Jun 2011
[Note: Son of Howard Eugene & Wilma (Davis) Workman; married Trish]
Mr. Rick E. Workman, 50, Sparta, Mo. passed away June 2, 2011, in his home. Rick was born March 4, 1961 at Marshfield, Mo., the son of the late Howard Workman and Wilma (Davis) Breakbill. Rick was saved at a young age and loved his Lord. Rick loved to hunt, fish and especially loved to hunt and show his dogs. He was very proud when he was able to take his brother, Scotty hunting after his accident and also taking Cory to harvest his first deer. Rick is survived by the love of his life Trish, son Cory, mother, Wilma Breakbill, brother Scotty Workman, step-sister Laretta, step-brother Neil, mother and father in-law, Don and Shirley Fenley, aunts, uncles, brother and sister in-laws, nieces, nephews and many friends. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m., Monday, June 6, 2011 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Visitation will be 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday also in the funeral home. In honoring Rick's wishes he was an organ donor and his body will be cremated after his funeral services. Memorials may be given to the charity of your choice. On line condolences at www.barnesfamilyfunerals.com.
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Workman, Rick E.  4 Mar 1961 - 2 Jun 2011 CCH-N 8 Jun 2011
Rick E. Workman, 50 of Sparta, died June 2, 2011, in his home. Rick was born March 4, 1961, at Marshfield, the son of the late Howard Workman and Wilma (Davis) Breakbill. Rick was saved at a young age and loved his Lord. Rick was a true sportsman who loved to fish, hunt and train his dogs. He was owner and handler of quality UKC hunt and show dogs. Rick is survived by the love of his life Trish, son Cory, mother Wilma Breakbill, brother Scotty Workman, step-sister Laretta, step-brother Neil, mother and father in-law, Don and Shirley Fenley, aunts, uncles, brother and sister in-laws, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Services were held 2 p.m. June 6, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Visitation was held 5 to 7 p.m. June 5, also in the funeral home. In honoring Rick’s wishes he was an organ donor and his body will be cremated after his funeral services. Memorials may be given to the charity of your choice. Online condolences at www.barnesfamilyfunerals.com.

 

Workman, Robert Edward “Ed” 25 Dec 1887 - 4 Nov 1966     CCR 10 Nov 1966 p1

[Note: Son of  Samuel & Martha Ellen (McCoy) Workman; married 6 Apr 1907 Beulah Florence Weisenberg 10 Mar 1891 - 4 Jan 1933; married Mae Margaret Fann 20 Apr 1911 - 8 Feb 1968]

R. E. “Ed” Workman, 78, of Ozark, died at 1:24 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, in Burge-Protestant Hospital, Springfield, following a short illness. He was a resident of Sparta for several years and also lived for a number of years in Springfield and Rogersville. Mr. Workman had owned and operated several service stations in the area. He was a member of the Sparta Christian Church. Mr. Workman is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mae Margaret Workman, of the home; four daughters, Mrs. A. M. Alexander, Springfield; Mrs. Mae Morriset, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Bert West, Halltown, Mrs. Harold Stott, Sycamore; two brothers, Henry of Kissee Mills and Mike of Ozark; six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in the Harris Chapel here with the Rev. T. E. Weaver and the Rev. Clifford Bay officiating. Burial was in the Sparta Cemetery.

 

Workman, Royal Wade “Frog” 1932 - Jan 2006 SN-L 30 Jan 2006

[Note: Son of Chester Manford “Chet“ & Lovie L. (Monger) Workman; married 29 Sep 1956 Shirley Weldon]

Funeral services for Royal Wade Workman, 73, Sparta, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 31, 2006, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial with full military honors will be at 1 p.m. in the Missouri Veterans Cemetery. Visitation with Masonic Rites will be from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.

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Workman, Royal Wade “Frog” 28 Oct 1932 - 28 Jan 2006 CCH-N 31 Jan 2006

Royal Wade "Frog" Workman, 73, Sparta, passed away Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Cox South Hospital. He was born Oct. 28, 1932, in Christian County the son of Chester and Lovie (Monger) Workman. On Sept. 29, 1956, he was united in marriage to Shirley (Weldon) Workman and to this union two children were born. Wade devoted his life to people and serving others. By profession he enjoyed construction and heavy equipment work. He was an active member of Calvary Baptist Church, V.F.W. Post #7628 of Ozark and the Henderson Masonic Lodge #477 of Rogersville. Wade appreciated the outdoors where he enjoyed golfing, fishing, and helping others. He also enjoyed woodworking crafts and hobbies. Wade was a faithful family man with a life characterized by compassion, sensitivity, love and a caring and giving spirit. Wade proudly served his country with the United States Navy during the Korean War and received numerous awards and honors. He was preceded in death by his parents and infant twin brothers. Wade is survived by his loving wife of 49 years Shirley; daughter Linda Vice and husband Gary of Oldfield; son Royal Duane Workman of Sparta; three grandsons Cody McPhetridge, Nicholas Workman and Levi Workman; two sisters Lois Day and husband Clifford of Ozark and Lee Anna Keene of Sparta; and many loving friends. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Brother Dale Brown officiating. Burial with full military honors was held at 1 p.m. in the Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Christian County Headliner January 31, 2006.

 

Workman, Sallie Belle (Jones) 8 Feb 1872 - 4 Aug 1950 CCR 10 Aug 1950

[Note: Daughter of Joel M & Mary “Polly” (Adamson) Jones; married William H. Workman 20 Nov 1869 - 1950]

Mrs. William H. Workman, 78, died Friday, August 4, at her home near Garrison. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Garrison Union Church with the Rev. Roy Shipman officiating. Burial was in the Garrison cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home. Sallie Belle Jones was born February 8, 1872, near Halltown, in Greene County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jones. With her parents she moved to Garrison and settled on the farm where she resided at the time of her death. On August 29, 1897, she married William H. “Uncle Bill” Workman who preceded her in death on January 29, 1950. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary three years ago. She is survived by a niece, Miss Mary Jones of the home, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Martha Jones of Chadwick, and by several nieces and nephews.

 

Workman, Samuel J. 22 Feb 1879 - 24 Feb 1927 CCR 17 Mar 1927 p1

[Note: Son of  Samuel & Martha Ellen (McCoy) Workman; married  8 Mar 1901 CCM Mindia E. “Frances” Johnson 24 Dec 1880 - 24 Mar 1951]

Funeral services were held Friday evening at Shady Grove on February 25th at 2 p.m. for Samuel Workman, aged 47 years, who passed away on Thursday morning, February 24th, after a lingering illness. The bereaved are his mother, Mrs. Sam Workman, his brothers, Henry, Ike and Morrison Workman of near Shady Grove and Edd Workman of Sparta. Interment was made in the Shipman cemetery Friday, February 25th under the direction of Fred Fly, of Sparta

 

Workman, Selma A. (Stinnett) 31 Dec 1909 - 2 Sep 1998  CCH-N 9 Sep 1998

[Note: Daughter of George & Cora (Farwell) Stinnett; married 1930 Henry Workman]

Selma A. Workman, age 88, of Garrison, died Wednesday, September 2, in Sunrise Health Care, Springfield. She was born December 31, 1909 in Garrison where she continued to live throughout her life. She married Henry Workman in 1930, and together they operated Workman's General Store for forty-four years. Mr. Workman preceded her in death in 1988. She was also preceded in death by her parents, George and Cora (Farwell) Stinnett, a grandson, Paul Richard Workman, a brother, Grant Stinnett, and a sister, Alma Beth. Survivors include: Two sons and their wives, Paul and Marquerite Workman, Kissee Mills, and Darrell and Lucille Workman, Springfield; three grandchildren, Brad Workman and his wife, Barbara, Oldfield, Doug Workman, Kissee Mills, and Paula Workman-Kabler and her husband, Brent, Columbia; and four great-grandchildren, Kit, Miles, John, and Amanda Workman and a sister-in-law, Nellie Stinnett of Ozark, and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services were held. Saturday, September 5, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Vernon Fuller officiating. Burial was in Garrison Cemetery.

 

Workman, Susie (Clayton) 15 Nov 1877 - 27 Nov 1962      CCR 29 Nov 1962 p1

[Note: Daughter of Stephen F. & Louisa (Stevens) Clayton; married Richard Franklin “Babe” Workman]

Funeral services for Mrs. Susie Workman, 85, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Chadwick Union Church with the Rev. Charley Shipman officiating. Burial will be in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of Harris. Mrs. Workman died at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at an Ozark Rest Home. She had been a resident of Chadwick most of her life. Survivors are two grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Workman, Thomas J. 23 Apr 1947 - 18 Jun 1974 OH 20 Jun 1974 p1

[Note: Son of Loyal H. “Bud” & Pearl (Lewis) Workman]

Ozark Man Electrocuted

Tom Workman of Ozark was electrocuted early Tuesday morning wile apparently removing wire from an REA I utility pole. A call from an area resident complaining of a loss of electrical power sent repair crews looking for the source of power failure sometime around midnight Monday. Arriving at a spot 2 miles south of Ozark on the sale barn road, the repair crew discovered Workman’s body hanging from the wires of a utility pole. Christian County authorities were called to the scene at approximately 2:30 a.m. Tuesday and Workman’s body was removed from the wires. County Coroner Dean Adams stated that death by electrocution was the result of Workman accidentally looping his arm over a live wire. County Sheriff Joe Mayberry said that Workman was apparently attempting to remove several strands of wire for the copper they contained. A pair of wire cutters was found at the scene along with one strand of wire that had already been removed, Workman’s watch, ring and any other valuable he many have been carrying were also missing. The Sheriff believes that Mr. Workman was not alone and that his companion or companions fled the scene after the accident occurred. Workman is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Workman, Route 3; three brothers, Raymond and John, both of Ozark (Sic - names only two); two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Toothman, Sanger, Calif. and Mrs. Helen Walker, Ozark. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in Prospect Baptist church with the Rev. James Applegate officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, under direction of Adams Funeral Home.

Workman, William Newton 16 Jan 1892 - 27 Dec 1917 CCR 11 Jan 1918 p1

[Note: Son of  Noah Alfred & Lucy (Elliott) Workman]

William Newton Workman, son of Noah and Lucy Workman of Garrison, Mo. was born January 16, 1892 and came to his death December 27, 1917 by the limb of a tree springing back and striking him in the forehead, living only a few hours after the accident. He had been away from home for some time, returning about two weeks before his death. He was buried on December 29 in the Peace cemetery in the presence of his parents and relatives and a sympathizing crown of friends and neighbors, Elder Gass conducted the funeral.

Workman, Winfield Marion 12 Mar 1869 - 10 Apr 1947 CCR 17 Apr 1947 p1

[Note: Son of  Samuel & Martha Ellen (McCoy) Workman; married Bertha Mae Taulman 23 Nov 1879 - 17 Jul 1966]

Winfield Marion Workman, son of Samuel and Martha Workman, was born March 12, 1869, near Shady Grove in Christian County, Mo., and departed this life on April 10, 1947, at his home in that community, following an illness of several weeks. He was married to Bertha Mae Taulman in 1899 and to this union were born five sons and one daughter, Agnes Dye of Sparta, Lloyd, Clyde and Gerald Workman of Sparta, and Lester and Gene of Ozark. In addition to his wife and children, his death is mourned by nine grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Julia Shipman of Sparta, three brothers, Edward of Rogersville, Henry of Forsyth, and Milo of Sparta, besides a host of other relatives and friends. Mr. Workman was a well-known farmer and saw mill operator in this community for many years. Funeral services were held at Shady Grove on Saturday, April 12, conducted by Rev. R.E. Musgrave. Burial was in the Shipman cemetery under the direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

Worley, Irene Lois (Gerhardt) Grubes 4 Dec 1940 - 7 Mar 2009 CCH-N 11 Mar 2009

[Note: Daughter of Vernon & Laurene (Martin) Gerhardt; married ? Grubes; married 27 Apr 2003 Robert Lee “Bob” Worley]

Irene Lois Worley, 68, Sparta, passed away March 7, 2009. She was born Dec. 4, 1940, in Colorado, the daughter of Vernon and Laurene (Martin) Gerhardt. On April 27, 2003, she was united in marriage to Robert “Bob” Lee Whorley. Irene is survived by her husband, Bob; two sons, Terry Grubes of Sparta, Phillip Grubes and wife Linda of Fordland; two brothers, Wallace Gerhardt and Phillip Gerhardt, and one sister, Gayle Moore, all of Ozark; two grandchildren, Chelsea and Jessie, and several other caring relatives. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Danny Gerhardt. Graveside funeral services and burial were held at 10 a.m. March 9, in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, under the care and direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.

Wormington, Alma 1881 - 20 Mar 1943 CCR 1 Apr 1943 p8

[Note: married R. C. Wormington]

Mrs. Alma Wormington, 61, wife of R.C. Wormington of Joplin, died suddenly at her home on Saturday, March 20, following a heart attack. Besides her husband, she leaves her aged mother who is an invalid and who has been in her care for the past five years, five brothers, one sister, and two sons, Keith, who is a skilled metal worker in defense work, and Edgar, an auditor for a Central American oil firm, and one grandchild, Myrna Lou. Interment was in the Wormington family plot at Carthage. Several years ago Mr. Wormington bought the old “Pappy” Caudill farm southeast of Oldfield and lived there awhile, later returning to Joplin where he owns large property interests. Mr. Wormington is related to Mrs. Jas. A. Redfield of near Oldfield.

Worstenholm, Shirley Mae (Schlag) 11 Apr 1930 - 10 Sep 2008 SN-L 18 Sep 2008

[Note: Daughter of Henry A. and Marguerite (Jundt) Schlag; married Robert J. Worstenholm 2 Jul 1928 - 19 Oct 1994]

A memorial service for Shirley Mae Worstenholm, 78, will be Saturday, September 20, at 1:30 p.m., in the Chapel at the Ozarks Methodist Manor in Marionville, where she was a resident. The Rev. Ralph Prosser will officiate. Interment will be in St. Louis at a later date. Shirley passed away peacefully September 10, 2008. She was born April 11, 1930, to Henry A. and Marguerite Jundt Schlag in St. Louis where she lived most of her life. She was married to Robert J. Worstenholm, who preceded her in death in 1994. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Christine and David Rauch of Billings; her son and daughter-in-law, Dwight and Susan Worstenholm, of Hazelwood; four grandchildren, Hanni Rauch and her husband, Ryan Jett, Springfield, Peter Rauch, Camp Cedar II, Iraq, Susanna Rauch Wallace and her husband, Steven of Billings, and Greta Rauch, a student at College of the Ozarks; one great-grandson, Elliot Peter Wallace, born this past August 22; and numerous cousins and friends. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Parkinson Disease Association, Greater St. Louis Chapter, 660 South Euclid Ave., St Louis, MO 63110. Online condolences may be left at www.meadorsfuneralhome.com.

Worthy, Lema D. (Tinsley) 26 Aug 1906  - 30 Sep 1971 CCR 7 Oct 1971 p8

[Note: Daughter of Thomas J. & Sarah E. (  ) Tinsley; married Allen H. Worthy]

Mrs. Lema D. Worthy, 65, of Springfield, died at 2 a.m. Thursday in Cox Medical Center after an illness of one year. Mrs. Worthy, a native of Christian County, had lived in Springfield most of her life. Surviving are her husband, Allen H.; four sons, Robert, Stockton, Calif.., Jimmy and Harvey, both of Springfield and Thomas Edward  Fort Lewis, Wash.; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Gilmartin, Willard and Mrs. Nancy Ruhs, St. Petersburg, Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle House, Springfield, Mrs. Clara Hayes, Republic and Mrs. Nancy Tinsley, San Jose, Calif..; three brothers, Lester Tinsley, Billings, Roy Tinsley, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Dee Tinsley, Watsonville, Calif. and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Ayre-Goodwin Chapel with the Rev. C. Y. Burden officiating. Burial was in Wade Chapel Cemetery near Republic.

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