Ward, Charles Edward, d. 2000 - Warren, Charles Lafayette, d. 1913

 

Ward, Charles Edward 17 May 1918 - 23 Aug 2000  CCH-N 30 Aug 2000

[Note: married Lenora]

Charles Edward Ward, age 82, of Chadwick, passed away Wednesday, August 23, 2000 in ManorCare, Springfield, Missouri. He was born May 17, 1918 in Waukegan, Illinois. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mr. Ward was a farmer. His wife, Lenora Ward preceded him in death. He is survived by his family and friends. Visitation was Friday, August 25, 2000 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Ward, Chester Harvey 17 Sep 1920 - 6 Oct 2009 SN-L 7 Oct 2009

[Note: Son of Walter & Phoebe ( ) Ward; married Reda Workman]

Chester Harvey Ward, of Nixa, was born September 17, 1920 and passed away October 6, 2009 in St. John's Hospital. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Reda (Workman); brother, Robert; parents, Walter and Phoebe; and grandson, Randy Ward. Chester retired from Lily Tulip at the age of 65, he had also worked for MFA Breeding Farms for many years. He enjoyed coffee every morning with his friends at the Nixa McDonalds and visiting with his neighbors. Surviving him are his sister, Laura Mae Rankin and husband Lon, of State of Oregon; sister-in-law, Joyce Ward, of Springfield; his two sons, Ron and wife Linda, Gary and wife Mary from Springfield; granddaughter, Gail Ponder and husband Ed; two grandsons, Ronnie Ward and Justin Ward; four great-grandchildren; one great-great grandson and several nieces, nephews and many friends. Chester is also survived by a special friend, Gladys Young. The family would like to give special thanks to Paul Pritchett and the wonderful staff at St. John's Hospital. Graveside services will be Thursday, October 8, 2009 at 1 p.m. in Hazelwood Cemetery officiated by Brother Fred Reamsnider.

 

Ward, David Eugene, Pfc. 1942 - 21 Oct 1967     CCR 26 Oct 1967 p1

Former Ozark Resident Dies in Vietnam

Pfc. David Eugene Ward, of Route 1, Rogersville, has been reported killed in action in Vietnam. A funeral home spokesman said the 25-year-old soldier died instantly of shrapnel wounds last Saturday. A native of Iowa, Pfc. Ward moved with his family in 1957 to Rogersville where he attended high school. He had been employed by BBM Lumber Company in Ozark and lived here until he entered the services in 1966. He had been in Vietnam since Aug. 8. He is survived by his wife, Joan; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ward, and a sister, Linda, all of Route 1, Rogersville; and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grey of Ozark. A memorial services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in the Harris Chapel in Ozark. Funeral services and burial will be next week in Riverton, Iowa.

 

Ward, Doyle 22 Feb 1923 - 25 Oct 2005 SN-L 27 Oct 2005 & SN-L 28 Oct 2005

[Note: Son of John & Cora (Kennedy) Ward; married 21 Dec 1952 Mary Elizabeth Williams]

Doyle Ward, age 82, of Nixa, passed away Tuesday, October 25, 2005. He was born February 22, 1923, in Block, Tenn., the son of John and Cora (Kennedy) Ward. He graduated from Trinidad High School in Colorado, and attended the University of Wyoming. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He began his foreign duty in Normandy, and traveled to Paris and Belgium before being wounded at the Battle of the Bulge. On December 21, 1952, he and Mary Elizabeth Williams were united in marriage. She preceded him in death in 1995. As a painting contractor, Mr. Ward traveled throughout the United States. In 1965, while on a fishing trip to the Ozarks, he purchased The Cove Motel in Kimberling City, and moved his family there from Denver in 1969. In the early 1970's, he began his career in real estate development, and in 1976 the family moved to Springfield. He also enjoyed ranching and cattle. In 1984 they moved to Nixa where he and his brother-in-law were instrumental in building projects at River Fork. Mr. Ward was a member of South Gate Baptist Church. Survivors include his son, James Ward, Nixa; a daughter, Janet Holman and husband, Mike, Springfield; a brother, Kendrick Ward, Birmingham, Ala.; a sister, Ruth Dye, Denver, Colo.; a host of cousins, nieces and nephews; and many friends. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Tascha Vale for her care and kindness beyond measure. A graveside funeral will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, October 29, 2005, in Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield, with Rev. Nolan Carrier officiating. Military honors will be provided by National Guard Bravo Team. Friends may call at Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, on Friday for viewing from 2 to 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Seasons Hospice or St. John's Hospital.

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Ward, Doyle 22 Feb 1923 - 25 Oct 2005 CCH-N 2 Nov 2005

            Doyle Ward, 82, of Nixa, passed away Oct. 25, 2005. Survivors include: His son, James Ward, Nixa; a daughter, Janet Holman and husband, Mike, Springfield; a brother, Kendrick Ward, Birmingham, Ala.; a sister, Ruth Dye, Denver, Colo.; a host of cousins, nieces and nephews; and many friends. A graveside funeral will be at 11 a.m. Oct. 29, 2005, in Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield, with Rev. Nolan Carrier officiating. Military honors will be provided by National Guard Bravo Team. Friends called at Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, on Friday for viewing. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Seasons Hospice or St. John's Hospital.

 

Ward, Earnest “Butter” 28 Feb 1914 – 14 Jan 2000  CCH-N 26 Jan 2000

[Note: Son of Charlie & Hattie (Smith) Ward; married 12 Mar 1938 Vesta L. Gray 24 Mar 1920 - 30 May 1988]

Ernest “Butter” Ward, 85, of Rogersville formerly of Oldfield passed away at 12:15 a.m. Friday, January 14, 2000 in St. John’s Regional Health Center Springfield. Butter was born on February 28, 1914 in Kingsley Iowa to Charlie and Hattie Smith Ward. He was married to Vest L. Gray on March 12, 1938 and she preceded him in death on May 30, 1988. Butter served in the U.S. Army in WW II, was a member of the VFW and of the Rogersville First Baptist Church.  Surviving is his daughter Mary Melinda Plaster of the home. One sister Bertha Miller and husband Bo of Malvern, Ia., four grandchildren David and Rita Kanel, Gary Kanel, Candy Plaster and Dustin Plaster, two great-grandchildren; Cathy and Crissy Kanel. He was preceded in death by his parents, three sons David, Richard and Jimmy Ward, five brothers and a sister.

Services were at 2 p.m. Monday January 17, 2000 at the First Baptist Church Rogersville, with burial in the Springfield National Cemetery on Tuesday January 18, 2000 at 10 a.m. with the full military honors. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church Youth Awanas Club, Rogersville.

 

Ward, Edoth (Harvill) 1 Mar 1908 - Jan 1980 OH 24 Jan 1980 p8

[Note: Daughter of Andrew & Eva (Hunt) Harvill; married 10 Dec 1927 CCM Robert Ward]

Services for Mrs. Edoth Ward, 71, Eldon, were held Jan. 17 at her home in an accident. She was born in Christian County, living in Ozark until moving to Miller County in 1927. Among those surviving are her husband, Roberts and a sister, Alma Adams, Oldfield.

 

Ward, Gerald “Pat” 22 Jun 1924 - 9 Nov 1988 OH 17 Nov 1988

[Note: married Lois]

Gerald "Pat" Ward, 64, of Nixa, died Nov. 9 at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. Services for Mr. Wand were held Nov. 12 in the Harris Chapel, Nixa, with the Rev. William B. Malotte officiating. Burial was in Payne Cemetery, near Nixa. Mr. Ward was a native of Brighton, and had spent most of his life in the Nixa area. He was a 19-year employee of N.W. Electric Power Co-op. Springfield. Ha was a veteran of the United States Army, serving his country in World War II, and was a member of the Nixa American Legion Post No. 434. He belonged to the Nixa Christian Church and to Friend Lodge No. 352 AF & AM, Ozark, as well as to the Abou Bell Adhem Temple, Springfield, and Scottish Rite. Joplin. His survivors include his wife, Lois, of the home; a daughter and son-in-law, Pam and Jill Bingham, Springfield; a stepson and step-daughter-in-law, Jimmie Dale and Brenda Eoff, Springfield; a granddaughter, Renee. Bingham and a grandson, Brian Ward Bingham, both of Springfield; a step grandson, Billy Abby, Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Aliene Gilliland, Thermopolis, Wyoming; and a brother, Joe Ward, Bonne Terre. Memorial contributions may be made to the Nixa Christian Church.

 

Ward, Harold W. 14 Oct 1913 - 18 Apr 1989 NE 27 Apr 1989

[Note: married Edith]

Harold W. Ward, 75, Springfield, died Tuesday, April 18 in Mercy Villa Nursing Home. A lifelong resident of Spring field, he was employed at Trailmobile for 21 years and was retired from St. John's Hospital as a security guard. Survivors include his wife, Edith; a son, Jerry, Pleasant Hope, a daughter, Joan E. Hamblen, Kansas City; three stepchildren, Bernice Fultz, Rogersville, Dewey and L.D. Henderson; both of Spring field; two brothers, Hershel, Nixa, and Howard, Spring field; two sisters, Edith Work man, Springfield, and Helen Regelbrugge, Kansas City; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services were at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 20 in Herman Lohmeyer Chapel. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Contributions are suggested to the Springfield Hospice Organization.

Ward, James Clinton  19 Sep 1920 - 10 Nov 1981 SDN 11 Nov 1981
[Note: Son of Clinton & Hyacinth Early (Wilkinson) Ward; married Mary J. Bingham]
Services for James C. Ward, 61, Springfield, will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Greenlawn Battlefield South Funeral home with the Tom Shiflett and Norman Sewall officiating. Burial will be in Weaver Cemetery south of Springfield. Mr. Ward died at 4:10 a.m. Tuesday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. He was a lifelong Springfield resident and a member of Southside Church of Christ. He was a World War II Army veteran and vice president of manufacturing at Paul Mueller Co. joining the company three years ago. Prior to working at Paul Mueller, he was with Reyco Industries for 18 years. He was a member of the Downtown Rotary Club and had received degrees from Southwest Missouri State University and Wichita State University. Survivors include his wife, Mary J.; a son, Tom, Verona; four daughters, Mrs. Jane Davis, Republic, Mrs. Jamie Hawk, Walnut Grove, Mrs. Marilyn Barnes and Mrs. Nancy Weems, both of Springfield; his father, Clinton Ward, Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Shook and Mrs. Helen Garton, both of Springfield and seven grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Ward, Jerry 1983 - 11 Jul 2006 SN-L 13 Jul 2006

Jerry Ward, age 23, of Nixa, died Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Burial will follow in Greene Lawn Cemetery, Walnut Grove. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home. Memorials to the family may be made through the funeral home.

 

Ward, Joe 18 Jun 1919 - 24 Jan 1993 OH 3 Feb 1993

[Note: Son of John & Maggie (  ) Ward]

Joe Ward, 73, Bonne Terre, died Sunday, Jan. 24, 1993 in the Hillside Manor. He was born June 18, 1919 in Polk County, the son of John and Maggie Ward. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Gerald Pat Ward; and a sister, Alene Gilland. Survivors include a sister-in-law, Lois Ward; a niece, Pam Bingham; and cousins, Chester Ward, Don Ward, Hershal Ward and Bob Ward. Services were held Wednesday, Jan. 27, in the Patterson Cemetery under the direction of Harris Colonial Chapel, Ozark.

 

Ward, John Willard 4 Sep 1876 - 15 Jun 1955 CCR 23 Jun 1955 p1

[Note: married Maggie Wallace  ? - 1909; married 11 Dec 1910 Maggie McElhaney ? - Jun 1953]

John Willard Ward was born on September 4, 1875 on a farm in Greene County, the son of Arch and Allie Ward. He was first united in marriage to Maggie Wallace who passed away in 1909. On December 11, 1910, he was united in marriage to Maggie McElhaney who passed away in June 1953. Mr. Ward was also preceded in death by two children, Ruth in 1927 and Lewis on July 16, 1948. Mr. Ward moved to Christian County early in life and lived on a farm southwest of Nixa. He served as Clerk of Christian County from 1928 to 1936. In 1943, he moved to a farm near Morrisville, where he lived most of the remainder of his life. He was a member of the I. O. O. F. Lodge at Nixa. At 12:15 a.m. June 15, he entered into rest at a Springfield home at the age of 79 years, 9 months and 11 days. Survivors include four sons, Ross of Appleton City, Sid of Wichita, Kan., Joe of Nevada and Pat of Nixa; two daughters, Mrs. Lorena Eaton of Oakland, Calif. and Mrs. Alline Lowitz of Henderson, Nev.; ten grandchildren; two great grandchildren; two brothers, Walter and Blon Ward, both of Springfield; other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 18, in the Harris Funeral Chapel at Nixa with the Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating. Burial was in Patterson Cemetery.

 

Ward, June Franklin 17 Apr 1916 - 22 Mar 2010 SN-L 24 Mar 2010

[Note: Daughter of Frank Bennett & Bess (Woodward) Ward]

June Franklin Ward, 93, of Nixa passed away in her home on March 22, 2010. Ms. Ward was born April 17, 1916, in Eminence, Missouri, the oldest of four children born to Frank Bennett Ward and Bess (Woodward) Ward. Ms. Ward taught school in Bee Bluff, Missouri before attending Draughon's Business College in Springfield. After entering government service, she worked for the Works Progress Administration (WPA), O'Reilly General Army Hospital and 25 years in Washington D.C. with the Department of the Navy. After retiring in 1970, Ms. Ward moved to Nixa where she was active in family, church and a variety of volunteer activities, including work with handicapped children and The Least of These. Ms. Ward was a charter member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Nixa. Ms. Ward was preceded in death by her parents, and two brothers, Bennett Ward and Lyman Ward. Survivors include her sister, Helen Hawkins of Nixa, and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. An informal memorial gathering will be held in Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Nixa, at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 26, 2010. Interment will be at Munsell Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Aldersgate United Methodist Church or the Humane Society.

 

Ward, Leona Mae 16 Dec 1916 - 30 Oct 1934 CCR 8 Nov 1934 p4

[Note: Daughter of Leonard C. & Gertie (Lee) Ward]

We desire to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the kindly acts, words of sympathy and floral offerings during the illness and death of our beloved, Leona Ward. Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rozell, Mrs. A.E. Milligan, L.C. Ward.

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Ward, Leona Mae 16 Dec 1916 - 30 Oct 1934 CCR 8 Nov 1934 p8

Leona Mae Ward was born Dec. 16, 1916, at Weaubleau, Mo., and departed this life, Oct. 30, 1934, aged 17 years, 10 months and 14 days. She was converted at the age of 14 years and united with the Christian church at Sparta in which she remained an active member until her recent illness. She remained brave and cheerful. Everything was done for her, the best of physicians, also Unity of Kansas City was called, but the Lord loveth a shining flower and no doubt wanted her where the Angels sing. We always have in every community certain people whom the elder ones admire and respect and to whom the younger look for example in life. Leora Mae was one of this type, being loved and cherished by both old and young. She was an outstanding student educationally, physically and morally. Her prospects were great and she had planned to go with her father to a rice plantation in the sunny south. She leaves to mourn her departure her mother, father, and sister, grandmother, sweetheart and schoolmates, besides a host of friends. She was visiting with her sister, Mrs. Glen Rozell, when she had a second stroke of paralysis, the result of a severe case of measles. Her favorite minister, Rev. Ross Carter of Ozark, who was preaching at the time of her confession, was called to preach the funeral. She was buried in the Sparta cemetery. Contributed.

 

Ward, Leonard C. 2 Sep 1874 - 12 Jul 1975 OH 17 Jul 1975 p11

[Note: Son of ? & Mary E. (?) Ward; married Gertie M. Lee 11 Jan 1892 - Oct 1982 who married second Bert Miller]

OZARK - Leonard C. Ward, 101 of Houston, Tex,, a former Sparta resident, died at 11 p.m. Saturday in Houston. Mr. Ward was believed to be the oldest Republican in Harris County, Tex. and earlier this year met President Gerald Ford at a meeting in Houston. He was a retired real estate and a member of the Sparta Church of Christ. He was also a member of the Sparta IOOF Lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Juanita Rozell, Sparta and Mrs. Marie Woods, McCook, Neb.; three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Arrangements were under direction of Adams of Ozark.

 

Ward, Lola Ann (Range) 1972 - 13 Dec 2004 SN-L 15 Dec 2004

[Note: Daughter of Arlie & Earlene (McIlalwain) Range]

Lola Ann Range Ward, age 32, of Walnut Shade, died Monday from injuries resulting from an automobile accident. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. Burial will follow in Schupbach Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.

 

Ward, Maude (Sackett) 5 Jan 1884 - 2 Jun 1951  CCR 7 Jun 1951

[Note: Daughter of Christopher C. & Annie (  ) Sackett; married Frank Ward]

Mrs. Maude Ward, 66, of Springfield died Saturday morning in a Springfield hospital. Mrs. Ward, a resident of the Nixa community for many years moved to Springfield in 1940. She was a member of the Christian church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Walker of the home and Mrs. Count Harvey of Mobile, AL; three sisters, Mrs. Nettie Blackburn, Mrs. Alma Utley, and Mrs. Florence Young of Springfield; a brother, George Sackett of Nixa; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday in Hazelwood cemetery.

 

Ward, Ora Vale (Phillips) Pearl 29 Sep 1912 - 7 Aug 1998  CCH-N 19 Aug 1998

[Note: Daughter of Ernest & Mary (Farnsworth) Phillips]

Ora Vale Ward passed away Friday August 7 at her home. She was 85 years old.  One son Herbert Lee Pearl preceded her in death.  She is survived by one daughter Jo Ann Harris of the home, one son Jerry lee Pearl of Springfield, one granddaughter Teryle Wilson and her husband Glenn Wilson of Las Vegas, Nevada. two grandsons Jeff Kim Pearl and his wife Karen Pearl of Springfield. Michael Lee Pearl and his wife Jan Pearl of Springfield. one great-grandson, Corey Wilson of Biloxi, Mississippi, four great-granddaughters Heather Lynn Myers of Ogden Utah, Sharon Leann Wilson of Las Vegas, Nevada. Amy and Kimberly Pearl of Springfield and many good friends. She was born in Grant City, to Ernest and Mary (Farnsworth) Phillips on September 29, 1912. She was a member of Hope Community Church at Springfield. In 1972 she retired from Owens Illinois Cup Company after nearly 20 years of service. Funeral services were held at 10 am Tuesday August 11 at Harris, A Heritage Funeral Home at Nixa burial will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation was on Monday August 10 from 6:30 to 8 pm at the funeral home.

 

Ward, Sam died 11 Aug 1901 CCR 22 Aug 1901

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Siley, ? died 11 Aug 1901 CCR 22 Aug 1901

A Taney County Tragedy

On Sunday, August 11th, Mrs. Siley took her mother to Kissee Mills, returning home alone and when in a lonely part of the road, she was dragged from her horse and outraged, and apparently after remounting her horse, she was shot in the back by he assailant and instantly killed. The disappearance of Sam Ward, who was seen in that locality, pointed to him as the assailant, and the county was thoroughly searched, but no trace of him was found until last Saturday when his remains was discovered near the place where he had committed the crime, with the rifle still in his hand and a bullet through his head, his remains being badly decomposed

 

Ward, Samuel B. 22 May 1891 - 20 Jun 1967 CCR 22 Jun 1967 p1

[Note; married  Mona D. Roby  20 Aug 1902 - 3 Mar 1984 - buried Eisenhour Cemetery]

Samuel B. Ward, 76, of Springfield, died at 8:40 a.m. Tuesday in Burge-Protestant Hospital after an illness of two weeks. He is survived by his wife, Mona; one son, Ronald, Kansas City; one daughter, Mrs. Opal Call, Reeds Spring; one brother, Wilbur, Marionville; one sister, Mrs. Mabel Brawner, Stirling, Kan.; nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Adams of Ozark.

 

Ward, Sidney W. 5 Aug 1909 - Aug 1976 OH 2 Sep 1976 p6

[Note: Son of John Willard & Maggie (Wallace) Ward]

NIXA - Sidney W. Ward, 67, Joplin, formerly of Nixa, died at 8:35 p.m. Sunday at Freeman Hospital, Joplin after a long illness. Mr. Ward was a retired salesman and a native of Nixa. Survivors include one son, John Ward, San Francisco, Calif,; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Ann Reed, Wichita, Kan. and Miss Cindy Ward, Denver, Colo.; four grandchildren; one brother, Ross Ward, Joplin; one sister, Mrs. Lorene Eaton, Springfield; two half-brothers, Pat Ward, Nixa and Joe Ward Mansfield; and one half-sister, Mrs. Alline Gilleland, Squaw Valley, Calif. Prayer services were at 8 p.m. today in the Harris Chapel, Nixa. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Harris Chapel with the Rev. Phillip A. Bucher officiating. Burial was in Patterson Cemetery south of Springfield.

 

Ward, Thomas Clinton “Tom” 15 Nov 1942 - 28 Aug 1995  CCH-N 6 Sep 1995

[Note: Son of James Clinton & Mary J. (  ) Ward; married 9 Nov 1963 Rita V. Johnson]

Thomas Clinton Ward, 52, Aurora, died Monday, Aug. 28th in St. John's Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Ton, was born November 15, 1942 in Wichita, KS., the son of James C. Ward and Mary J. Ward. He was united in marriage Nov. 9, 1963 to his adoring wife, Rita V. Johnson. To this marriage one child was born, Rashell Leigh Clothier, Overland Park, KS. He is also survived by his mother and four sisters, Linda Davis, Republic, Jamie Hawk, Marilyn Barnes, and Nancy Weems, all of Springfield, his mother- and father-in-law, Leonard and Pauline Johnson, his Aunts Helen Garton and Ruth Shook, as well as nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of dear friends. Tom was preceded in death by his father in 1981 and his maternal grandparents Tom and Merle Bingham and his paternal grandparents, Clint and Hyacinth Ward. Tom graduated from Parkview High School and received his engineering degree from the University of Missouri at Rolla. He worked as an engineer for Boeing Aircraft in Seattle and Wichita, where he helped design the first 747. He was later President of Central State Stamping Co. in Springfield. Tom was an all-line insurance broker and was an agent for Farmers Insurance Group for 20 years, as well as a Century 21 broker. Tom served several terms on the Southwest Missouri Board of Realtors. Tom enthusiastically served his community through many civic organizations. He was Past President of both the Aurora Chamber of Commerce and the Aurora Rotary Club. He was also the Chairman of the Regional Ozark Mountain Parkway Committee. Tom served on the Board of the Aurora Economic Development Committee and the Private Industry Council. Tom was a member and deacon of the Aurora Church of Christ. One of Tom's greatest joys was praising God in song and he often lead the singing at church services. Tom never let his illness get in the way of enjoying life. He loved the outdoors and was an avid quail and pheasant hunter, and fisherman. Visitation was from 6-7 p.m. at Greenlawn South Funeral Home. Service were held at the South National Church of Christ building at the corner of National and Seminole an Thursday, Aug. 31, 1995 at 10:30 a.m. with David Lawrence and Cecil Harris officiating. Burial was at Weaver Cemetery in Ozark. Memorial contributions may be made to Springfield Dialysis Patient Fund, 330 E. Division, Springfield, MO., 65803.

 

Ward, Vesta L. (Gray) 24 Mar 1920 - 30 May 1988  OH 2 Jun 1988

[Note: Daughter of Oliver & Mary (Willis) Gray; married 12 Mar 1938 Ernest “Butter”  Ward 28 Feb 1914 – 14 Jan 2000]

Vesta L. Ward, 68, of Oldfield, formerly of Rogersville, died Monday at her home following a long illness. Services for Mrs. Ward will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Marsh Funeral Home, Rogersville, with the Rev. Winston Burton officiating. Visitation is scheduled for 7-9 p.m. this evening (Thursday) at the funeral home. Born March 24, 1920, in Sidney, Iowa, Mrs. Ward was the daughter of Oliver and Mary (Willis) Gray. She was married to Ernest Ward March 12, 1938, and he survives. Additional survivors include one daughter, Mary Melinda Plaster, Oldfield; one brother, Frank Gray, Rogersville; one sister, Fern Constable, Springfield; and four grandchildren, David and Gary Kanel, Rogersville, and Candy and Dustin Plaster, Oldfield. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri.

 

Ward, Victor 13 Dec 1922 - 1 Jul 2007 SN-L 17 Jul 2007 & SN-L 18 Jul 2007

[Note: Son of Robert & Lorena (  ) Ward; married Nov 1951 Alice Puryear]

Victor Ward of Springfield, formerly of Seymour, died on Saturday, July 1, 2007. He passed away in Cox South Hospital at 6:15 p.m. after a short illness at the age of 84 years. Vic was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on December 13, 1922, to Robert and Lorena Ward. As a young boy, he worked in his parents' general store in Fort Worth. Upon graduation from Riverside High School, he attended the University of Texas. After serving his country in World War II as an intercept operator, he joined his parents and his sister, Althea, in Seymour, Mo., where he became a dairy farmer and later a rural route mail carrier for 25 years. In November of 1951, he married Alice Puryear of Seymour with whom he had two children, Curtis and Karen. They spent 31 happy years on their farm near Seymour. Alice preceded him in death in August of 1983. After her death, Vic made his home in Springfield. He was a loving father and Papaw and will be greatly missed by his family, his son, Curtis Ward of Springfield; his daughter, Karen and her husband, Martin Thompson, of Ozark; three granddaughters, Miranda Allison and her husband, Brad, of Springfield, Sarah Fletcher and her husband, Tracy, of Battlefield, and Alison Thompson and her fiance, Chris King, of Ozark; his great-grandson, Landon Fletcher; and his sister, Althea Porter and her husband, Duane, of Springfield. Vic was a funloving storyteller, making friends wherever he went. He spent many good times with his special friend, Earline Hogg, and his buddies at the Waffle House on South National. The family would like to send a special "thank you" to the nurses and staff at Cox South Hospital on 300 West for the kindness shown to Vic and his family. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, July 18, at 10:30 a.m. in Seymour Masonic Cemetery. Visitation will be this evening, July 17, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Greenlawn Funeral Home South, Springfield. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or Alzheimer's Association.

 

Warden, Christopher Lee “Chris” 29 Jun 1974 - 29 Apr 2003 SN-L 30 Apr 2003

[Note: Son of Tim & Carol (Caldwell) Warden]

Christopher “Chris” Lee Warden, 28, Springfield, died at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, April 29, 2003 in Springfield Skilled Care Center and The Lodges, Springfield. He was born June 29, 1974 in Springfield, Missouri, the son of Tim and Carol (Caldwell) Warden. Chris attended Calvary Baptist Church in Republic. Some of his favorite pastimes were attending church, singing gospel music, and taking trips to Branson. He played ARC basketball for two years and continued to enjoy watching other basketball games. He was preceded in death by his mother, Carol, on April 12, 1998. He is survived by his father and stepmother, Tim and Morgan Warden, Billings; a sister, Jennifer Brown, Republic; two stepbrothers, Andy Countryman and Travis Countryman, both of Republic; maternal grandparents, David and Peggy Caldwell; and paternal grandparents, Reese and Sue Warden, Springfield. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 1, 2003 in Meadors Funeral Home, Republic, with Rev. Mike Green officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill West Cemetery, Billings. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home. Springfield News-Leader, April 30 2003.

Warden, Olive Irene “Sue” 23 Aug 1927 - 19 Jan 2011 SN-L 22 Jan 2011

Olive Irene (Sue) Warden, 83, Ozark. Arrangements: Greenlawn Funeral Home East.

Wardow, Grace (Melton) Wilhite Feb 1892 - 9 Jan 1964 CCR 16 Jan 1964 p1

[Note: Daughter of Jacob & Georgia Ann (Stallings) Melton; married 27 Jan 1916 Ben Wilhite 24 Dec 1888 - 11 Feb 1917; married later ? Wardow]

Mrs. Grace Wardow, 71, a former resident of Springfield, died last Thursday, Jan.. 9, at the hospital at Nevada. Mrs. Wardlow was a member of the Christian Church and had lived here about 40 years prior to 1958 when she moved to California. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Phillips of Bell, Calif. and a brother, Clovis Melton, 1614 North Benton, Springfield. Mrs. Wardow was a former Christian County resident, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jake Melton of the Selmore community. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon in the Jewel E. Windle Chapel, the Rev. Michael McGinnis officiating. Burial was in the Maple Park Cemetery.

 

Ware, Bertha (Webb) 26 Apr 1875 - 1 Feb 1933 CCR 23 Feb 1933 p1

[Note: Daughter of Joseph & Jennie (  ) Webb; married 20 Aug 1901 Charles E. Ware]

The following account of the death and the obituary of Mrs. Charles E. Ware, is taken from the Newton, Kansan, Newton, Kansas. The Wares formerly lived in Ozark and were engaged in the restaurant business while here. The funeral service for Mrs. Chas. E. Ware who passed away at her home Wednesday morning, was held Thursday afternoon, Rev. F.E. Black having charge of the service. Miss Kathryn Thomas at the organ and Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Brown as singers contributed of their talent to the service. Friends who served as casket bearers were Roy Hazzard, Gerald Angood, Lintoon Smith, M.A. Hahn, Sidney Wilkins and Fay Lagree. Interment was at Greenwood cemetery with Henry J. Sprinker of the Sprinker mortuary in charge.

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Ware, Bertha (Webb) 26 Apr 1875 - 1 Feb 1933 CCR 23 Feb 1933 p1

Mrs. Bertha Ware, a daughter of Joseph and Jennie Webb, was born April 20, 1875, at Humboldt, Kansas, and passed thru the gates of this life, early in the morning of Feb. 1, 1933. Her marriage to Charles E. Ware took place at Sedan, Kansas, Aug. 20, 1901. Mr. and Mrs. Ware came to Newton 16 years ago. Here Mrs. Ware became active and efficiently engaged in the work of the Themian club. Her ability was recognized for soon she was elected to the executive positions in the local club and later to the chairmanship of the Scholarship Loan fund for the Eighth district of Kansas Federation of Women’s clubs. For many years Mrs. Ware has also been a member of the Security Benefit association. In the circles of First Presbyterian church of which she was a member, the for many years was an interested and earnest worker. While no children graced their home, their love for the children of others was well known. They delighted to be of service whenever it was possible. Mr. and Mrs. Ware were extremely devoted to each other. Thru the years of their married life, they exhibited the qualities of faithful love which made them happy in spite of many hardships. She is survived by her husband, C.E. Ware of Newton; one brother, L.C. Webb, of Coffeyville, Kansas; two half-brothers, Geo. Eales of Chautauqua, Kansas, Andrew Webb, Independence, Kansas; two sisters, Mrs. Mava Hills, Terlton, OK, and Mrs. Ethel Kirk, Kansas City, MO, and many other relatives and friends.

 

Ware, Darrell Lee 29 Aug 1939 - 26 Mar 1957      CCR 4 Apr 1957 p 1

[Note: Son of Woodson A. & Lela Pearl (Pigg) Ware]

Funeral services for Darrell Lee Ware, 17 who died March 26, were held Sunday, March 31 at 2:00 p.m. in the Highlandville High School auditorium with Rev. Bill Martin and Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Burial was in the Highlandville Cemetery under direction of the Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. Members of the senior class of Spokane High School, of which the deceased was a member, served as escorts and flower attendants. He was a member of the Highlandville Baptist Church.  Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodson Ware of Highlandville, two brothers, Captain Ray Ware of Rapid City, S. D. and S/Sgt max Ware of Spokane, Wash; two sisters, Mrs. June Washam of Springfield and Miss Jean Ware of the home..

 

Ware, Flossie Dell (Melton) 3 May 1898 - 7 Jul 1990  NN-E 12 Jul 1990

[Note: Daughter of James D.  & Luvena (Bilyeu) Melton; married 12 Mar 1919 William R. Ware 22 Nov 1897 - 28 May 1986]

Flossie Dell Ware, 92, Highlandville, died Saturday, July 7, 1990, in Greene Haven Nursing Home, Springfield. She was the daughter of Jimmy and Louvenna Melton. A homemaker, she was a lifelong resident of Christian County and a member of the First Baptist Church, Highlandville: She was married to William Ware on March 12, 1919. Preceding her in death were her husband, William, in 1986, and a son, Orville, in 1967. She is survived by two sons, Lowell, and his wife, Bonnie, Marionville, and Afton, and his wife, Judy, Jefferson City; a daughter-in-law, Betty Ware, Carl Junction; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. Services were Monday in First Baptist Church, Highlandville, with the Rev. Gary Stewart officiating. Connie Maples and Marsha Downing provided music. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery.

 

Ware, James O. 1924 - 10 Apr 1967    CCR 13 Apr 1967 p1

[Note: Son of William R. & Flossie D. (Melton) Ware; married Betty Ann]

CARL JUNCTION - James O. Ware, 42, principal of the Carl Junction High School for six years died at 4:10 p.m. Monday in Oak Hill Hospital, Joplin where he had been a patient since March 29 when he had a heart attack. Prior to serving in the present post in Carl Junction, he had taught school in Lowry City for nine years. He was a veteran of World War II, a member of Carl Junction Baptist Church, Phi Delta Kappa, various teachers organizations and Carl Junction Lions Club. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ware, Highlandville; his wife, Betty Ann; and three children, Dennis, Curtis and Janice, all of the home; two brothers, Lowell, Springfield and Afton, Jefferson City. Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Carl Junction High School auditorium with the Rev, David Holt officiating, Burial was in Carl Junction Cemetery,

 

Ware, Leah Pearl (Pigg) 30 May 1901 - 20 Dec 1984  OH 17 Jan 1985 pB9

[Note: Daughter of William Nelson & Anna Elizabeth (Morrissett) Pigg; married 12 Mar 1919 Woodson A. Ware 7 Aug 1892 - 7 Apr 1974]

Card of Thanks

We want to thank everyone for all the thoughtfulness shown us during the illness and death of our loved one, Pearl Ware.  Jean and Jerry Combs  June and Clarence Washam  and Max and Carol Ware

 

Ware, Ray E. 1921 - 29 Oct. 1967  CCR 2 Nov 1967 p1

[Note: Son of Woodson A. & Pearl (Pigg) Ware; may be the Ray Ware who married Marian Franklin 15 Jun 1941;  no legible tombstone found]

Ray E. Ware, 46 of Springfield was dead on arrival at Burge-Protestant Hospital at 1:50 a.m. Sunday after an apparent heart attack. Mr. Ware retired in 1964 with the rank of captain after 20 years services in the U. S. Air Force. He was a native of Highlandville and a member of the Baptist church there. Surviving are his wife, Hazel; three sons, Ronald of the state of California; and Daniel and Michael, both of the home; and two daughters, Mrs. Judith Koon, Alexandria, Minn. and Miss Deborah Ware of the home. Other survivors include the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodson Ware, Highlandville; a brother, Max, Overland; two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Workman of Combs, Ozark [Sic - that’s how the obit is worded]; and 2 grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Springfield and Mrs. Jerry Wednesday in Highlandville [Sic - that’s how the obit is worded] Baptist Church with the Rev. W. L. Murdaugh officiating. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery under direction of Klingner. Full military rites were conducted at graveside by a contingent from Whiteman Air Force Base.

 

Ware, Rex W. 21 Sep 1923 - 20 Jul 1925 CCR 24 Jul 1925 p1

[Note: Son of Woodson A. & Leah Pearl (Pigg) Ware]

Rex Ware, son of Mr. And Mrs. Woodson Ware, aged 1 yr., 10 months and 8 days, died Wednesday July 29, 1925 at the home of W. W. Pigg near Highlandville. Interment was held at the Highlandville cemetery Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o’clock under direction of T. B. Chaffin of the Ozark Undertaking Co.

 

Ware, William R. “Willie” 22 Nov 1897 - 28 May 1986 OH 5 Jun 1986 p4

[Note: Son of William J. & Narcissa Jane (Parson) Ware; married 12 Mar 1919 Flossie Dell Melton 3 May 1898 - 7 Jul 1990]

Services for William R. “Willie” Ware, 88, Highlandville, were held May 31 in the First Baptist Church, Highlandville, with the Rev. Tommy Bilyeu  officiating, Bilyeu was in Highlandville Cemetery under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Mr. Ware died May 28 in Greene Haven Nursing Home, Springfield, following a short illness. He came to Highlandville in 1917 from Lawrence County. A deacon of the First Baptist Church of Highlandville he served as treasurer for a number of years. He was a carpenter and home builder. Survivors include his wife, Flossie; two sons, Lowell D., Marionville, and Afton, Jefferson City; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

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Ware, William R. 22 Nov 1897 - 28 May 1986 OH 13 Mar 1986 p9

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Ware, Flossie Dell (Melton) 3 May 1898 - 7 Jul 1990 OH 13 Mar 1986 p9

Wares Honored On 67th Anniversary

March 12 was the 67th wedding anniversary of William R. and Flossie (Melton) Ware. They are residents of Green Haven Nursing Home in Springfield, and former Highlandville residents. Mr. and Mrs. Ware were married in Ozark by the Rev. L. H. Maples. They have three sons, Lowell D. Ware of Marionville, Afton L, Ware, Jefferson City, and the late James O,. Ware of Carl Junction. They also have five grandchildren. The Highlandville Baptist church honored the Wares with a celebration Sunday, March 9.

 

Ware, Woodson A. 7 Aug 1892 - 7 Apr 1974 OH 11 Apr 1974

[Note: Son of William J. & Narcissa Jane (Parson) Ware; married Leah Pearl Pigg 30 May 1901 - 20 Dec 1984]

Highlandville - Woodson A. Ware, 81, of Highlandville, died at 10:35 p.m. Sunday in Cox Medical Center, Springfield. A native of Verona, he had been a resident of Highlandville for most of his wife and was retired carpenter. Mr. Ware was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church near Aurora. Surviving are his wife, Pearl; a son, Max of Overland, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. June Washam, Springfield and Mrs. Jean Combs, Ozark; two brothers, Willie of Highlandville and Earl of Aurora; 15 grandchildren; two step grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

 

Warf, Mary Ellen (Kessinger) 24 May 1865 - 6 Jun 1939 CCR 8 Jun 1939 p1

[Note: Daughter of  S.Frank & Susan Jane (Nail) Kessinger; married Sep 1894 Lee Warf; birthdate on DC 10 years before age on obit, but MO DC also says age 64 - what is correct?]

Mrs. Mary Ellen Warf passed away a her home near Oldfield Tuesday afternoon, June 6, at the age of 64 years. She was united in marriage to Lee Warf in September, 1894. Survivors besides her husband include Mrs. Ethel Albright of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Helen Thorp, Hillsboro, Ill., Mrs. Kathryn Paris, also of Hillsboro, Ill, Glenn Warf of the home address and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Redfield of Oldfield, Mo. She was a member of the Lutheran church at Hillsboro, Ill. She was also a member of the Rebecca Lodge, Women’s Relief Corps of the G.A.R. and a member of the Royal Neighbors. The body was prepared for burial by the Chaffin Funeral home of Ozark and sent to Hillsboro, Ill., for burial.

 

Warfield, Alta Pearl (Maggs) 21 Apr 1883 - 31 Jul 1960 CCR 18 Aug 1960 p5

[Note: married Thomas James Warfield 4 Aug 1889 - 6 Mar 1958]

Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl Warfield, 77, who died July 31 at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Medley of Nixa, were held August 3 at 2 p.m. in Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with the Rev. Walter E. Cowdrey officiating. Burial was in Frazier Cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Clever. Survivors include a niece, Mrs. Dorothy Anderson of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; a nephew, E. G. Peterson of Ellsworth, Iowa; one stepson and one stepdaughter. She was preceded in death by Mr. Warfield in 1958.

 

Warman, Roy 1930 - 2 May 1988  OH 12 May 1988

[Note: married Marjorie]

Roy Warman, 57, of Rogersville, died at 8:25 p.m. May 2 in his home after a long illness. A funeral mass for Mr. Warman was held May 5 at the St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, Ozark. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery, Springfield, under the direction of Herman Lohmeyer Funeral Home, Springfield. Mr. Warman had worked for Southwestern Bell for 32 years. He was a member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church. His survivors include his wife, Marjorie; a son, Roy Warman, Jr., Norfolk Naval Base, Norfolk, Virginia; a daughter, Pamala Warman, Whiteman Air Force Base, Whitman, Missouri; his stepmother, Marie Warman; and two grandchildren.

 

Warner, Frances Narcissis "Sis" (Roberts) 23 Oct 1858 - 15 Aug 1930 CCR 28 Aug 1930

[Note: Daughter of  William & Mary (Burkhart) Roberts; married John C. Warner 1850 - 25 Dec 1910 - he buried at State Hospital No. 3, Nevada]

Mrs. Frances Warner was born near Sparta, Mo., Oct. 23, 1858, and departed this life at her home at Sparta Friday, Aug. 15, 1930, aged 72 years. She was united in marriage to John Warner about 58 years ago. To this union were born six children, two of whom are living: Marino Warner of Marysville, Kan., and Mrs. Lee Chaudoin of Sparta. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Amy Garrison of Ozark, and one brother, Pat Roberts of Springfield. Mrs. Warner united with the Sparta Christian church in the 1902, but had been a Christian for many years before. She was a faithful worker until death.

 

Warren, ? died Feb 1903 CCR 26 Feb 1903 p1

[Note: young girl; no legible tombstone in Christian County]

Burned to Death - A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Warren, who lives on D. R. Walker’s farm at Riverdale, was burned so badly Tuesday afternoon of last week that she died the next morning. The mother had gone after wood, and the little girl got too close to the stove and her dress caught, and when her mother returned it was in flames, and Mrs. Warren’s hands were terribly burned in trying to get the little one’s clothes off. Dr. Bruton was called, but could do nothing to save her.

 

Warren, Bernice "Bernie", Dr. 5 Jun 1934 - 10 Aug 2009 SN-L 12 Aug 2009
[Note: Daughter of Omar & Opal ( ) Warren]
Dr. Bernice "Bernie" Warren "Make dust our paper, and with rainy eyes write sorrow in the bosom of the earth." The words are Shakespeare's. The "rainy eyes" are those of countless friends, colleagues, and former students upon hearing of the August 10th death of Dr. Bernice ("Bernie") Warren, of Springfield. The daughter of Omar and Opal Warren, Bernie was born on June 5, 1934 in Ozark, Mo. She was an only child. The family moved to Neosho and Bernie graduated from high school there in 1952. She received her Bachelor's degree in 1955 from what is now Missouri State University, after which she taught English and social studies for one year at Reed Junior High and then she taught English for one year at Central High School in Springfield. Higher education called and Bernie went on to earn a Master's Degree from the University of Arkansas in 1959 and a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri, Columbia in 1967. She accepted a position at Southern Illinois University in 1966 and until 1969 was in charge of the Freshman English program there. In 1969, Bernie returned to Missouri State to begin a long and honored career. She taught English, of course. However in 1974, she also began a career in University administration which continued until her retirement. She served first as Assistant Dean of Faculties, serving the distinguished Dean of Faculties, Robert K. Gilmore. In 1985, she was named Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences-the first woman ever to serve as a College Dean at the University. Although the name of her College changed to the College of Humanities and Public Affairs, Bernie served in that position until her retirement in June, 1999, Until her death she held the titles Professor Emeritus of English, and Emeritus Dean. Bernie paved the way for other women at the University as she assumed various leadership roles. She was the founder of the long-successful new student orientation program known as Student Orientation and Registration (SOAR), and she was the spirit of that program. Her presentation, "Six Ways To Be Successful," inspired a generation of SOAR students. Bernie considered SOAR to be the achievement she was most proud of. She was an avid supporter of the University's athletic programs, and in her younger days she played a really mean game of tennis. She was a problem-solver, and that unique capacity was the hallmark of her years as an administrator. There were never many uncut Gordian knots when Bernie was the administrator. More than anything else, Bernie was a teacher of, a friend of and an advocate for students. She was a loving and stern mentor, and students flocked to her courses and to her office. When University administrators travel to meetings of alumni groups, one of the most-asked questions they hear is "How is Dr. Warren?" (Sometimes worded, "How is "Bernie?") The university has honored Bernie for her service. In 1994, she was given the Outstanding Alumni Award. Following her retirement, friends and colleagues set up the Bernice Sue Warren Lecture Series Fund, and the University President gave her the Bear Plaque award. In 2005 a space was dedicated to her on the University's Wall of Fame. Now she is gone, except from the hearts and memories of the many who loved her. Graveside services will be held at IOOF Cemetery in Neosho, Missouri at 1 p.m. Thursday, August 13, 2009 with Dr. Russell Keeling officiating. A Memorial Service will be held in the Crystal Room of Kentwood Hall at 700 St Louis in Springfield, Missouri, Saturday, August 29 at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to the Newton County Historical Society, Southwest Humane Society in Springfield or St. John's Hospice in Springfield through Clark Funeral Home, P. O. Box 66, Neosho, MO 64850-0066 Online condolences may be posted at www.clarkfuneralhomes.com Arrangements are under direction of Clark Funeral Home, Neosho, MO.

Warren, Bobby J. 22 Dec 1930 - 5 Sep 1984 OH 13 Sep 1984 p11

[Note: married Marlene]

Services for Bobby J. Warren, 53, Clever, were held Sept. 7 in Meadors Chapel, Republic, with the Rev. Jim Smith officiating. Burial was in White Chapel Cemetery, Springfield. Mr. Warren died Sept. 5 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a short illness. A supervisor for Dayco Corp., Springfield, he served in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean conflict. Survivors include his wife, Marlene; three sons, Gary, Lake Charles, La., Ronnie, Clever, and Barry, Rolla; five brothers; three sisters; and four grandchildren.

 

Warren, Carl L. 5 Sep 1906 - 24 May 1972 CCR 1 Jun 1972 p4

[Note: Son of  Henry Seth & Etta Mae (Hanks) Warren; married Wilma Adams 2 Nov 1906 - 31 Jul 2001]

Carl L. Warren, 65, a native of Ozark, died Wednesday evening, May 24, in a Greenville, Tex. hospital following an apparent heart attack. Mr. Warren was a member of the Baptist church. Survivors are his wife, Wilma of the Greenville home; a son, James S. Warren of Eagle Lake, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Edna Dunham of Ozark; a brother, Omer T. Warren of Neosho; a step-mother, Mrs. Seth Warren of Ozark; two half-brothers, Leo Warren of Memphis, Tenn. and Noel Warren of St. Paul, Minn.; one grandchild and two great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, May 27, at the Harris Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Arthur Page officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery.

 

Warren, Charles Lafayette "Fate" 14 Sep 1850 - 18 Aug 1913 CCR 22 Aug 1913 p1

[Note: Son of William A. & Mary Elizabeth (Callis) Warren; married Emma Pettijohn 5 Feb 1850 - 12 Oct 1911

DIED - At his home two miles southwest of town, at about 7 a.m. Monday, August 18, 1913, Chas. L. Warren, aged 62 years, 11 months and 4 days. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Tuesday at 10 a.m. with interment in the Ozark cemetery beside his wife who preceded him some three years ago. Mr. Warren was a highly respected citizen of the community and will be greatly missed. He leaves four children to mourn his loss.

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Warren, Charles Lafayette "Fate" 14 Sep 1850 - 18 Aug 1913 CCR 29 Aug 1913

Card of Thanks.

We desire to express our sincere thanks to Dr. Bruton for his close attention and efforts and to the many friends and neighbors who rendered all possible assistance during the illness and death of our beloved father.  W. R. Warren, Seth Warren, Mrs. Nellie Forrester, Mrs. Gertrude Wallace

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