Lamb, Ruby Jo (Martin) 19 Aug 1917 - 20 Mar 1989 OH 23 Mar 1989
Ruby Jo Lamb, 71, formerly of Springfield and Rogersville, died at 8:27 a.m. March 20 at Springfield Community Hospital. Graveside services for Ms. Lamb were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 22 in the Hazelwood Cemetery with Charles Atkins officiating. A former administrator for Northside Nursing Home until her retirement, Ms. Lamb was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include two sisters and brothers-in-law, Helen and Don Stafford, Taneyville, and Lucille and Herbert Wilson, Forsyth; and one brother and sister-in-law, Homer R. and Luanna Martin, Springfield.
Lamb, William Everett 1923 - 16 Oct 2004 SN-L 18 Oct 2004
William Everett Lamb, age 81, of Ozark, Mo., died at 6:55 p.m. Saturday, October 16, 2004, at Cox South hospital. Funeral services will be on Wednesday, October 20, 2004, at 1 p.m. in Greenlawn Funeral Home South with burial with military honors to follow in the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday in the funeral home, where visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Lamberson, Randall Lynn, SFC 1969 - 10 Apr 2006 SN-L 18 Apr 2006
[Note: Son of Bill & Joy ( ) Lamberson; married Dana Ray]
Sergeant First Class Randall Lynn Lamberson, age 36, of Fort Campbell, Ky., formerly of Springfield, Mo., died Monday, April 10, 2006, in Balad, Iraq. He was the son of Bill Lamberson and the late Joy LambersonKlock. He is also survived by his wife, Dana (Ray) Lamberson, Fort Campbell, Ky.; one daughter, Kelsi Lamberson of Fort Campbell, Ky.; one son, Evan Lamberson of Fort Campbell, Ky.; two brothers, Kevin and wife, Nicola Lamberson, of Clever, Mo., and David and wife, Kristen Lamberson, of Republic, Mo. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 20, 2006, at Calvary Baptist Church in Republic, Mo. Hwy 60 West and funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday, April 21, 2006, at Calvary Baptist Church. A funeral procession will be led to Missouri Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to be made to US Bank for Kelsi and Evan Lamberson Education Fund. Arrangements are being handled by Walnut Lawn Funeral Home LTD, 2001 W. Walnut Lawn St., Springfield, Mo. Friends may send condolences to walnutlawnfuneralhome.com.
Lambert, Glen 29 Jul 1918 - 8 Dec 1990 OH 13 Dec 1990
[Note: Son of Glen & Carrie ( ) Lambert; married Ruth]
Glen Lambert, 72, Nixa, died at 2:05 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, 1990 in his home. He was born in Shawnee, Kan. on July 29, 1918 to Glen and Carrie Lambert. He was a tax examiner for the Kansas Department of Revenue and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He had been a resident of Nixa since 1981. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two daughters, Carla Coberly, Nixa; and Janice Thacker, Merriam, Kan.; and two grandchildren. Services were Tuesday in Penwell-Gable Funeral Home, Topeka, Kan. Local arrangements were under the direction of Harris Colonial Chapel.
Lambert, Kay (Boles) 3 Apr 1950 - 6 Dec 2007 SN-L 8 Dec 2007
[Note: Daughter of Charles Vestine & Inez (Smith) Boles]
Kay Lambert, age 57, of Ozark, Mo., died Thursday, December 6, 2007. She was born April 3, 1950 in Tuskegee, Alabama, the daughter of Charles Vestine and Inez (Smith) Boles. Kay enjoyed painting. She also liked going to garage sales, where she was able to use her acute bargain finding skills. Most of all, she loved being a grandmother and adored her grandson. Survivors include: her companion, Oliver Leonard, Branson, Mo.; her daughter, Kimberly Dunn and husband, Robert, Ozark; her grandson, Dillon Dunn, Ozark; a brother, Charles "Teen" Boles, Magee, Miss.; and two sisters, Ramona "Toot" Sullivan, Magee, Miss., and Teresa Latendress, North Carolina. Kay was preceded in death by her parents. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at James River Assembly of God, Ozark. Cremation under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Lambeth, Anita Louise 31 May 1965 - 31 May 1965 CCR 3 Jun 1965 p1
[Note: Daughter of Audie & Shirley (Vaughan) Lambeth]
Graveside services for Anita Louise Lambert, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Audie Lambeth, 1501 East Whiteside, will be at 10:30 a.m. today in the Prospect Cemetery with the Rev. Max Edmondson officiating. The baby died at 3:05 p.m. Monday, six hours after birth. Surviving are her parents; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Theodore Nelson, 2723 West State; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Vaughan, Ozark; paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Lene Kerr, Macks Creek; maternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Vaughan of Ozark; maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Hale, Galena.
Lambeth, Carrie Winona (Anderson) 18 Jan 1877 - 9 Feb 1961 CCR 16 Feb 1961 p1
[Note: Daughter of Jesse L. & Lucretia M. (Carson) Anderson; married 29 Oct 1901 Virgil V. Lambeth 6 Nov 1867 - 6 Oct 1949, son of Albert Judson & Lucy Ann (Bymaster) Lambeth]
Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Winona Lambeth, 84, of Aurora who died suddenly Thursday at 1 p.m. in her home,. were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Arnold Chapel with the Rev. Michael McGinnis officiating. Burial was in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Marionville. She moved to Aurora from Billings about 12 years ago. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Opal Singer of Winslow, Ariz, and Mrs. Edith Crumley of Aurora; a son, Harry Lambeth of Billings; a sister, Mrs. Lettie Kimes of Ontario, Calif., five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Lambeth, Harry 3 Jul 1905 - 29 Dec 1982 OH 6 Jan 1983 p9
[Note: married Helen 28 May 1909 - Apr 1984]
Services for Harry Lambeth, 77, Billings, were held Jan. 2 in Bradford-Surridge Funeral Chapel in Marionville with the Rev. Frankie Stark officiating. Burial was in Marionville IOOF Cemetery. Mr. Lambeth died Dec. 29 in Missouri State Chest Hospital after a long illness. Survivors include his wife, Helen; one daughter, Mrs. Shirley Schmidt, Billings; one sister, Mrs. Edith Crumpley, Aurora; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Lambeth, Homer S. 26 Oct 1911 - 25 Oct 1988 OH 27 Oct 1988
[Note: Son of Jesse Franklin & Ellen Eliza (Harding) Lambeth]
Homer S. Lambeth , 75, Ford land, died his home Tuesday after a long illness. He was born Oct. 26, 1912 in Taneyville, Mo. to Jess and Ellen Lambeth. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving during World War II. He is a Thirty-second Degree Mason, former member of the Forsyth Lodge and a member of the American Legion. Survived by two brothers Chester of Fair Play, Hiram, McClurg; three sisters, Violet Hoovler, Springfield, Edith Jones, Yakima, Wash., and Jean Boggs, Ava; several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be on Friday, Oct. 28, at 2 p.m, at the Garrison Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday morning from 10 a.m. to noon at the Marsh Funeral Home, Fordland. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Missouri.
Lambeth, Jesse P. 31 Aug 1934 - 30 May 1977 OH 2 Jun 1977 p6
[Note: Son of William Jack & Agnes Estella (Harding) Lambeth; married Doris]
OZARK - Jesse P. Lambeth, 42, Chadwick, died at10 p.m. Monday at St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a 16-month illness. Mr. Lambeth was a native of Forsyth and had lived in Taney County until moving to Chadwick in 1960. He was a supervisor at Reyco Manufacturing, Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Doris; one sons, Michael, of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Denice Lynn, Surf City, N. C.; one brother, Don Lambeth, Rogersville; four sisters, Mrs. Reba Ragsdale and Mrs. Wanda Whiteid, both of Forsyth, Mrs. Julie Minnick, Ozark, and Mrs. Diana McDaniel, Springfield. Arrangements will be announced by Harris of Ozark.
Lambeth, Jesse P. 31 Aug 1934 - 30 May 1977 OH 9 Jun 1977 p2
OZARK - Jesse P. Lambeth, 42, Chadwick, died at10 p.m. Monday at St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a 16-month illness. Mr. Lambeth was a native of Forsyth and had lived in Taney County until moving to Chadwick in 1960. He was a supervisor at Reyco Manufacturing, Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Doris; one son, Michael, of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Denice Lynn, Surf City, N. C.; one brother, Don Lambeth, Rogersville; four sisters, Mrs. Reba Ragsdale and Mrs. Wanda Whiteid, both of Forsyth, Mrs. Julie Minnick, Ozark, and Mrs. Diana McDaniel, Springfield. Services were at 2 p.m. Thursday in Harris Chapel in Ozark with the Rev. Earl Blansit officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Memorial Cemetery.
Lambeth, Wanda (Casey) 9 Dec 1923 - 23 Jan 2012 SN-L 26 Jan 2012
[Note: Daughter of Oren & Maggie (Nance) Casey; married 7 Mar 1942 Eugene “Gene” Lambeth]
Wanda Lambeth, 88, Springfield, died January 23, 2012 in Springfield Rehab and Healthcare Center after struggling with numerous health issues for four months. Wanda was the eldest of seven children, born on December 9, 1923, to Oren and Maggie (Nance) Casey. She grew up on a farm in the Mark Twain Forest near Chadwick, Missouri. Following graduation, Wanda met Eugene Lambeth of Springfield, and she married on March 7, 1942. Gene and Wanda raised their children Bob and Anita Sue in Monett, Missouri. They were longtime members of Monett First Baptist Church. Several years following Gene's stroke, they moved to Springfield where Wanda was secretary at Zenith Radio until her retirement in 1986. They were members of Orchard Crest Baptist Church until Gene's death in 1992. Wanda loved her Sunday School class at Ridgecrest Baptist Church where she attended and served the Lord. She loved her savior her family and her many friends. Preceding her in death were Gene, her parents, her brother Bill, plus other family and loved ones. Wanda is survived by her son, Robert Lambeth; his three children, Melissa Patterson and her husband Tripp and their three children; Jill Lambeth and Kaitlin Lambeth, all of Oklahoma City, Okla.; her daughters, Anita Boedecker and husband Roger, Springfield, and their three children, Scott Boedecker and wife Angie, Kansas City, Mo, Tami Freeman, Republic, Mo, Kevin Boedecker, Springfield, and eight great grandchildren. Also surviving are Wanda's two brothers, Wayne Casey and wife Mary, Ben Casey and wife Marcie; her sisters, Betty Halcomb and husband Junior, Lorene Pare and husband Elwyn, and Carol Dusek and husband Frank. Wanda loved much and much loved by her family and scores of friends. She will be greatly missed but we know her "Hope of Heaven" is now her "Home for Eternity". Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday in Greenlawn Funeral Home South. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Springfield. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home.
Lambeth, William Jack 7 Sep 1898 - 6 Mar 1986 OH 13 Mar 1986 p5
[Note: Son of Jesse Franklin & Ellen Eliza (Wood) Lambeth; married 6 Aug 1918 Agnes Estella Harding 4 Oct 1899 - 15 Dec 1992]
Services for William Jack Lambeth, 87, Forsyth, were held March 8 in Kissee Mortuary. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery. Mr. Lambeth died March 6 in Springfield Community Hospital following a long illness. A native of Taney County, he was a blacksmith and lived most of his life in Forsyth. Survivors include his wife, Agnes; four daughters, Wanda Whiteid, Forsyth, Julia Minnick, Ozark, Reba Ragsdale, Forsyth and Diane McDaniel, Springfield; one son, Don, Springfield; two sisters, Belle Medlock and Violet Hoovler, both of Springfield; three brothers, Mack, Clintonville, Wisc., Chester, Fair Play and Homer, Fordland; two half-sisters, Edith Jones, Selah, Wash. and Jean Boggs, Ava; one half-brother, Hiram Lambeth, McClurg; nine grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
Lambeth, William R. 28 Aug 1909 - 17 Jul 1971 CCR 22 Jul 1971 p8
[Note: Son of William Thomas & Goldie ( ) Lambeth; married Ruth]
William L. “Buddy” Lambeth, 62, Billings, was pronounced dead on arrival at Aurora Hospital at 6 p.m. Saturday. Mr. Lambeth, a well-known area farmer, had suffered a stroke July 8 and had been a patient at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, returning to his home Saturday morning. A member of the Shiloh Baptist Church, Mr. Lambeth is survived by his wife, Ruth of the home; a daughter, Miss Nilene Lambeth, Springfield; a son, Buddy Paul Lambeth, Marionville; a sister, Mrs. Edrie Gardner, Springfield, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Shiloh Baptist Church with burial in Marionville IOOF Cemetery under direction of Bradford-Surridge.
Lambeth, William Thomas 1864 - 10 Mar 1946 CCR 21 Mar 1946 p1
[Note: married Goldie]
William Thomas Lambeth, 81, a retired farmer of the Billings and Marionville communities, passed away Sunday morning, March 10, in the Springfield Baptist hospital where he had been a patient since Feb. 24. He is survived by his wife, Goldie; a son, Lyle Lambeth of Marionville; one daughter, Mrs. Edrie Gardner of Springfield; two grandchildren; two brothers, John and Virgil, both of Marionville, and one sister, Mrs. Florence Wiles of Springfield. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, March 12, in the Bradford Funeral Chapel with Rev. W.L. Requa officiating. Burial was in the Oddfellows cemetery at Marionville.
Lamkin, Mary Hellen (Moore) Cox 2 Jun 1913 - 11 Mar 2004 CCH-N 11 Mar 2004 & CCH-N 17 Mar 2004
[Note: married 6 Nov 1922 George Cox ? - 2 Nov 1942; married 25 Dec 1950 Ernest Lamkin]
Mary Hellen Lamkin, 90, Nixa, died Wednesday, March 11, 2004 in Christian Health Care, Nixa. She was born June 2, 1913 in Willow Springs. Lamkin's parents moved to Kansas when she was a small girl. She married George Cox on Nov. 6, 1932 in Ashland, Kan. To this union six children were born. Cox died Feb. 2, 1942. Mary Hellen Moore married Ernest Lamkin Dec. 25, 1950 in Protection, Kan., where they lived for about 30 years. They moved to Wichita, Kan., where Ernest died Oct. 12, 1989. Lamkin was a member of the Southern Baptist Church of Coldwater, Kan. She was preceded in death by her parents; three children, George Cox Jr., Larry Cox and Shirley Cox; and three grandchildren, Wayburn Ernest, Trever and Boomer. Survivors include three children, Mary Ann Huffman, Clever, Raymond Cox, Tanner, Ala., and William Cox, Reeds Spring; 18 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Cora Wilkens, Visalia, Calif., Millie Heincy, Minneola, Kan., and Vandilla Gruesing, Leoti, Kan. Graveside services were at 10 a.m. March 13 in Resthaven Gardens of Memory, Wichita, Kan. Local arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2004
Lammon, Lauren Nicole (Hanewich) Huff 15 Dec 1979 - 31 May 2005 SN-L 3 Jun 2005
[Note: Daughter of Michael & Sheila (Uzzle) Hanewich; married first ? Huff; married second Chad Lammon]
Lauren Nicole Lammon, age 25, of Nixa, passed away Tuesday, May 31, 2005, in her home. She was born December 15, 1979, in Valparaiso, Indiana, the daughter of Michael and Sheila Uzzle Hanewich. Lauren attended St. Joseph's College in Indiana. On October 16, 2004, she married Chad Lammon. She was a wonderful homemaker. She enjoyed taking care of her daughter, Hailey. She and her husband, Chad were looking forward to welcoming their second daughter, Phoebe, in September. Survivors include her husband, Chad Lammon, Nixa; her daughter, Hailey Nicole Huff, Nixa; her stepson, David Lammon, Nixa; her mother, Sheila Hanewich, Wheatfield, Indiana; two brothers, Matthew and fiancée, Celina, and nephew, Michael, Maryland, and Brian Hanewich and fiancée, Mallory, Wheatfield, Indiana; her aunt, Linda Uzzle, Maryland; and her parents-in-law, Clancey and Brenda Burtts, Nixa, and David and Anne Lammon, Texas; and brother-in-law, Wade Lammon, Illinois. She was preceded in death by her father. A visitation will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. today in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. A service will follow at 6 p.m. in the funeral home. Burial will be in Weston Cemetery, Rensselaer, Indiana. The family requests donations to the Lauren Nicole Hanewich Lammon Memorial Fund, St. Joseph's College, PO Box 869, Rensselaer, Indiana 47978.
Lampe, Matthew 1959 - 17 May 1979 OH 24 May 1979 p8
Services for Matthew Lampe, 19, of Springfield were held Monday in Greenlawn North with the Rev. J. D. Little officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery. Mr. Lampe died last Thursday at St. John’s Regional Health Center about an hour after a motorcycle accident. A brother, John is among those surviving.
Lancos, Linton Joseph 9 Mar 1940 - 7 Jan 2009 CCH-N 14 Jan 2009
[Note: Son of Wilson J. & Gladys (Romero) Lanclos; married 1976 Martha Cain]
Funeral services were held at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 12, in Martin & Castille Funeral Home in Lafayette, La., honoring the life of Linton Joseph Lanclos, 68, who passed away at his home in Ozark on Jan. 7, 2009. He will be laid to rest in Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum in Lafayette, La. Rev. Michael Keith Landry, associate pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, officiated the services. Linton was born March 9, 1940, in Lafayette, La., to Wilson J. Lanclos and Gladys Romero Lanclos. He served in the Louisiana National Guard, was a cement finisher, owner and operator of a towing service and was employed by John Chance Surveying until his retirement in 1991. Linton was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, son and uncle. He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Martha Cain Lanclos of Ozark; four daughters, Sheila Prejean and companion Kenneth Matte of Henderson; Stephanie Navarre and companion Cary Atkins of Ozark; Pattie Meche and husband Lance, of Youngsville, and Mikki Lanclos of Port Arthur, Texas; four sons, Keith and wife Annette of Cankton, Mark Dwayne and wife Sandy of Ozark, Scott and wife Courtney of Carencro, Toby and wife Amanda of Ozark; and one stepson, Julian Guidry and wife Kristia of Brunswick, Maine; 22 grandchildren, Christopher, Justin, Mattie and Amanda Prejean, Stefan and wife Ashley, Jacob, Adam and Vincent Lanclos, Shantelle and husband Robert Boudreaux, Michael Wilson, Roger Meche; Anthony Lanclos, Tarek David, John Meche, Kale, Brittany, Katherine, Kayla, Noah, and Linton Lanclos, Elijah and Peyton Lanclos; and eight great-grandchildren Devan, Dax, Dakota, Colin, Jules, Christian, Cameron and Alec; his mother, Gladys Romero Lanclos of Lafayette, La., five brothers, Clarence Lanclos and fiancée Barbara, Kenneth and wife Earline, Michael and wife Gloria, Raymond and wife Sandy, and Thomas and wife Kathy; and three sisters, Gale Noble and husband Tommy, Ranella Richard and husband Jimmy, and Connie Sue Thomas and husband Dwain, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Wilson Lanclos; grandparents, Bertmance and Elena Landry Lanclos; son-in-law, Roger Prejean; and a son, Anthony Dale Lanclos. Pallbearers were Stephan Lanclos, Jacob Lanclos, Adam Lanclos, Vincent Lanclos, Toby Lanclos and Justin Prejean. A Rosary was prayed at 7 p.m. Jan. 11 in Martin & Castille Funeral Home in Lafayette. The family requested that visiting hours observed at Martin & Castille Funeral Home in Lafayette from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Jan 11 and from 8 a.m. until time of services Jan. 12. A memorial service was held in Ozark at 7 p.m. Jan. 15 at Southside Church of Christ. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to help defer medical expenses, please make checks payable to Mrs. Linton Lanclos, P.O. Box 1074, Ozark, 65721. View the obituary and guestbook online at www.mourning.com All arrangements are being handled by Adams Funeral home in Ozark, Missouri and Martin & Castille Funeral Home in Lafayette, La. at (337) 234-2311.
Land, Cecil Delzo 12 Dec 1910 - 22 May 1991 NN-E 30 May 1991
[Note: married Bernice 19 Apr 1917 - 15 Oct 1993]
Cecil Delzo Land, 80, Route 2, Billings, died at 5:50 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, 1991, in St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield. He was a retired U.S. Army captain and a well-known businessman in Billings. He owned and operated the Bank Tavern for 36 years. He was a member of American Legion Post No. 676, Republic Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 4593, Billings Masonic Lodge No. 379, and WOW of Omaha, Neb. Survivors include his wife, Bernice; a son, Charles Edward, of the home; two brothers, Jewel Dean, Hoxie, Ark., and Basel Andrew, Portia, Ark.; a sister, Bridie Mondy, Arlington, Texas; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were Friday in Springfield National Cemetery with Masonic rites by Bill Moore and military rites by American Legion Post No. 676, and VFW No. 3404 and 963. Arrangements were under direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Billings. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.
Land, Maryia Helen (Godsey) 10 Aug 1929 - 9 Mar 2004 SN-L 17 Mar 2004
[Note: Daughter of Townsend & Helen Godsey; marries 21 May 1952 Gaylord “Gay” Kenneth Land]
Maryia Helen Godsey Land, 74, of Branson, Missouri, passed away on March 9, 2004, at Skaggs Community Health Center. Pidge, as her family and friends knew her, fought a long and protracted battle with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Pidge was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, on August 10, 1929, to the late Helen and Townsend Godsey. In 1934, the family moved to Jefferson City and in 1940 to Hollister, and then four years later to Columbia. Pidge received her Associate of Arts Degree from Stephens College in 1949 at which time the family moved to Branson and Pidge continued her studies at the University of Arkansas. In 1951, she met Gaylord (Gay) Kenneth Land, and on May 21, 1952, they were married at the First Presbyterian Church in Branson. In 1953, Gay and Pidge moved to North Carolina, then returned to Branson in 1966 with their three children. Pidge worked at the College of the Ozarks for 26 years where she supervised the Circulation Department. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree (with honors) from the College of the Ozarks in 1974. She worked alongside her husband for many years at the Shepherd of the Hills Farm as a cast member and also supervised the parking lot crew. Pidge was an enthusiastic quilter, square dancer and for many years a nationally recognized Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. She was instrumental in forming the Branson Park Board and led the effort to build the Branson Municipal Pool. She volunteered for many years as a leader for the Girl Scouts as well as helping out with the local Boy Scouts. Pidge loved the outdoors and taught her children and grandchildren to appreciate and respect the world around them, passing on her love of the Ozark Mountains, canoeing, camping, caving, trees, flowers and birds. She was an avid gardener, was well known for her "Pidge's Pickles," and raised some of the areas most beautiful irises. Although seriously handicapped with a "bum hip", she never allowed it to keep her from enjoying a ramble in the woods or a long swim. Pidge loved God and her family, music, theater and a good puzzle. She passed on her passion for reading, sewing and crafts to her children and grandchildren. Pidge was a member of the United Methodist Church where she was a longtime choir member and served on the Board of Trustees. Pidge was preceded in death 16 months ago by Gaylord Kenneth Land, her beloved husband of 50 years. She is survived by her three children, Scot and wife Diana of Redmond, Washington, Cindy Barkley and husband David of Kirbyville, and Jace and wife Lisa of Clever, Missouri; grandchildren Nathan and Jason Frans, Gabriel, Rachel, and Rebekah Land; sister Katye Elsea and husband of Marshall, Missouri; 13 nephews and nieces; and other relatives and friends too numerous to name. Pidge's older brother Bil died in 2002. A visitation is planned for March 19, 2004, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Greenlawn Funeral Home in Branson with the family. A remembrance and Celebration of Life service is planned for Saturday, March 20, 2004, at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church. All friends and acquaintances are most welcome. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Ozark Mountain Bank (attention Cindy Barkley) for a project to honor Pidge with a "Gift of Life" through World Vision.
Land, Maude R. (?) Fay 13 Sep1880 - 26 Jan 1968 CCR 30 Jan 1969 p8
[Note: mother of Nathan Irving Fay 15 May 1906 - 19 May 1993]
Mrs. Maude E. Land, 87, of Ozark, died at 1:40 p.m. Sunday in Springfield Baptist Hospital after a two-weeks illness. Mrs. Land had moved in 1956 from Oak Hill, Iowa to Ozark where she had made her home with a son, Nathan Fay. Survivors, besides the son, include a step-son John Land, Sigourney, Iowa; two step-daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Land, Oak Hill, Iowa, and Mrs. Josephine Kenison, Sigourney; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Able, Clarkston, Wash.; seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Christian Church at Osceola, Iowa, with the Rev. John Dale officiating. Burial was in Green Bay Cemetery with Adams of Ozark in charge.
Land, Peggy F. (Underwood) 26 Nov 1926 - 23 Nov 2005 CCH-N 30 Nov 2005
[Note: Daughter of Floyd & Irene I. (Moorman) Underwood; married May 1945 E. Homer Land, Jr.]
Peggy F. Land, 78, of Ozark, passed away in her home and went to be with her Lord and Savior on Nov. 23, 2005. She was born Nov. 26, 1926, in Wichita Falls, Texas, to Floyd and Irene Underwood. She was a sister to four younger brothers. Mrs. Land spent most of her youth in Oklahoma City and graduated from Putnam City High School. She married E. H. Land in May 1945, and was the mother of four children. She moved with her family in 1957 to Wichita, Kan., where they lived until 1987. She also lived in Calgary, Alberta, Fort Collins, Colo., and most recently, Ozark. Peggy worked side-by-side with her husband in the manufacturing business doing whatever needed to be done from sewing and managing the office to packing and loading boxes, until 2000, when they sold their most recent business. He was very active in the churched she attended, serving as youth leader, Sunday school teacher, and Bible study facilitator. Mrs. Land was a member of the Wichita chapter of the Gold Star Mothers. Her hobbies included reading, needle arts, baking and gardening. One of her greatest pleasures was playing with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, David Land, and a brother, Jerry Underwood. Peggy is survived by her husband, E. H. Land; two sons, R. Michael Land and Joseph Land; one daughter, P. Diane Stephenson, three brothers, 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Lakeview Cemetery Chapel in Wichita, Kan. On Monday, Nov. 28, 2005, at 2:30 p.m. Visitation was held from 6-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Arrangements were under the care and direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.
Lander, Susie (Bilyeu) 1887 - Jul 1959 CCR 23 Jul 1959 p8
Funeral services for Mrs. Susie Lander, 72, of Route 1, Berryville, Ark, were held Wednesday afternoon, July 22 at McCullough Church near Viola, Mo with the Rev. Carter Smalley officiating. Burial was in McCullough Cemetery under direction of the Nelson Funeral Home of Berryville, Ark. Survivors include six daughters, Mrs. Lonnie Hendrickson, Route 1, Berryville, Ark., Mrs. Perry Swafford, Route 1, Ozark, Mrs. Ray Edwards, Aurora, Mrs. Loren Rader, Shell Knob, Mo., Mrs. Robert Martin, Lebanon, Mo., Mrs. Leon Baldwin, El Paso, Texas, one son, Dale Lander, Route 1, Berryville, two brothers, Jimmie Bilyeu, Ozark and Martin Bilyeu, Nixa, four sisters, Mrs. Millie Wilhite, Holly, Colo., Mrs. Sarah Henderickson, Broken Arrow, Okla, Mrs. Belle Lawrence, Viola, Mo., 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Landers, Ada M. (Terry) 7 Feb 1895 - Nov 1975 OH 27 Nov 1975 p6
[Note: Daughter of Miles & Ione ( ) Terry; married 11 Feb 1914 Joel C. Landers 14 May 1886 - 12 Sep 1956]
SPOKANE - Mrs. Ada M. Landers, 80, Wichita, Kan, a former resident of Spokane, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Wichita following a long illness. Mrs. Landers moved to Wichita from Spokane in 1958. She was a member of Olivett Baptist Church there. Survivors include two sons, Eldridge “Eddie” of Wichita, Kan. and Donald of Pleasanton, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Clara Boyd, Buhl, Idaho. Services for Mrs. Ada M. Landers, 80, Wichita, Kan. were at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Spokane Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert R. Miller officiating. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery, under direction of Ralph Thieme of Springfield.
Landers, Charles Henry 7 Sep 1888 - 10 Aug 1968 CCR 15 Aug 1968 p8
[Note: Son of Thomas & Margaret Elizabeth (Oakley) Landers; married Lou Sarah Phipps 17 Sep 1888 - 7 Jan 1950; married Lennie m/1 Tilton]
Charles H. Landers, 79, Greeley, Colo. died Saturday morning in his home. He spent most of his life in Highlandville and Nixa communities before moving to Greeley in 1954. He is survived by his widow, Lennie; one son, Raymond, 2617 West Lincoln, Springfield; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Netzer, Billings, Mrs. Iris Little, Clever; three stepsons, William Tilton, Denver, Colo., Harold, Cheyenne, Wyo., Don, Scotts Bluff, Neb.; six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Nixa First Baptist church and burial was in Highlandville Cemetery under direction of Harris.
Landers, Dorothy M. (Friend) Kennedy 3 Sep 1932 - 6 Apr 2012 SN-L 8 Apr 2012
[Note: Daughter of Archie & Lucy (Poor) Friend; married James D. Landers 10 Feb 1922 - 4 Sep 1987; married Justus W. “Jay” Kennedy 19 Apr 1927 - 4 Feb 1998; obit under name of first husband]
Graveside services for Dorothy M. Landers, age 79, of Springfield, Missouri, formerly of Reeds Spring, will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 10, 2012 in the Eisenhour Cemetery near Reeds Spring, Mo. Arrangements and cremation were under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home of Branson. She died Friday, April 6, 2012 in St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield, Missouri. She was born on September 3, 1932 in Reeds Spring, Missouri, the daughter of Archie and Lucy Poor Friend. She was a longtime resident of the area and was of the protestant faith. Survivors include her three children: Jim Landers and wife Carolyn of Nevada, Sherry Lynn Stewart of Washington, and Scott Landers of Oregon. One sister: Donna Pratt of Nixa, Missouri and two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and husbands, Jay Kennedy and James D. Landers.
Landers, Emil Ward 24 Jan 1922 - 6 Mar 1966 gwobit
[Note: Son of Henry Washington & Clara (Fox) Landers; married Mary Joan]
Emil Ward Landers son of Henry W. and Clara Fox Landers was killed in an auto accident 12 miles west of Springfield, March 6, 1966. Mr. Landers was born in Christian County, January 24, 1922. He attended Highlandville High School where he loved to play basketball, and graduated there in 1940. He moved to the Willard community of Greene County in 1941, where he became a member of Tatum Chapel Baptist Church, and the Gate of the Temple Lodge. He helped on the family farm until he was drafted into the army and when he returned from service he worked at the City Utilities Gas Dept. in Springfield, MO until his death. He is survived by his wife Mary Joan, one daughter Wanda Lynn, two sons, David Brent, and Bradley Ray, all of the home, four brothers Orval, Republic, Clell. Ash Grove, Stanley, Bois D' Arc, and Lenor, Curryville, five sisters, Merle Rhea, 1880 N. Campbell, Faye Miles, Independence, Mildred Miner, Tulsa, Berta Bolin, Rt. 2, Willard, and Jean Martin, Rt. 4, Springfield. Funeral arrangement were under the direction of Ralph Thieme Funeral Home, with burial in Clear Creek Cemetery, west of Springfield. (Submitted by: Jean Landers Martin.)
Landers, Fred Alton 7 May 1879 - 12 Nov 1952 CCR 20 Nov 1952 p8
[Note: Son of Henry Hill & Mary (Cox) Landers; married 4 Sep 1896 Belle Chastain]
Fred A. Landers of Auburn, Calif., a former resident of the Highlandville community, died last Wednesday in a Sacramento, Calif. Hospital after a lingering illness. The body will arrive in Springfield at 5:40 a.m. Thursday. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.
Landers, Fred Alton 7 May 1879 - 12 Nov 1952 CCR 27 Nov 1952 p8
[note: this gives middle initial W., but had information on Fred Alton Landers, son of Henry Hill & Mary (Cox) Landers mar 4 Sep 1896 Belle Chastain]
Funeral services for Fred W. Landers, 73, a former Ozarkian and retired Baptist minister who died November 12 in a Sacramento, California hospital after a long illness, were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Tory Pleasant Grove Baptist Church near Highlandville by the Rev. Ross Carter. Mr. Landers is survived by his wife Belle of Sacramento; two sons, Elmer and Jack, both of Reno, Nev.; five daughters, Mrs. Nola Manderino of Pueblo, Colo, Mrs., Ruth Tucci of Pueblo, Mrs. Leota Hutcheson, of Oxnard, Calif, Mrs. Esther Walker of Trowbridge, Calif and Mrs. Bertha Muller of Santa Monica; a brother, Herbert Mayberry of Mt. Vernon, 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandparents. Both Mr. and Mrs. Landers were natives of Southwest Missouri. They taught in Christian County for several years and made their home near Highlandville. Burial was made in Mayberry Cemetery under direction of Dee Fossett Funeral Home of Mt. Vernon.
Landers, Helen (Achziger) 4 May 1913 - 26 Jun 2006 SN-L 2 Jul 2006
[Note: Daughter of John & Marie ( ) Achziger; married Raymond Landers]
Helen Landers, 93, of Springfield, died June 26, 2006, at Magnolia Square Nursing Home. She was born May 4, 1913, in Greeley, Colo., to John and Marie Achziger. At the end of World War II, she met and married the love of her life, Raymond Landers. They spent many happy years together in Springfield, where Raymond worked for and retired from the Springfield Police Department. Survivors include two brothers, Clarence Achziger of Eaton, Colo., and Harvey Achziger of Sumter, S.C.; two sisters, Florine Meeker of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and Esther Bauer Orr of Houston, Texas; several nieces and nephews; and two special friends, Debbie Yocum and Jean Landers Martin. Helen was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters and three brothers. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Community Hospice of America or the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Landers has been cremated and private burial will be held at a later date, under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home South. Burial will be in the Highlandville. IOOF Cemetery beside her husband.
Landers, Henry Washington 29 May 1879 - 23 Apr 1947 CCR 1 May 1947 p1
[Note: Son of Thomas F. & Mary Francis (Landers) Landers; married Bertha; married 11 Feb 1906 Clara Fox 20 Aug 1885 - 26 Apr 1965]
Henry Washington Landers was born in Christian county, Missouri, on May 29, 1879, and passed away April 23, 1947, following a lingering illness. He was converted to Christ early in life and at the time of his death was a member at the Taturn Chapel Baptist church. Surviving are his wife, Clara, 11 children; nine grandchildren; one brother, Joel C. Landers; and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Highlandville school auditorium by Rev. Russell Ward of Republic and Rev. Conrad Willard of Bolivar. Burial was in the Highlandville cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.
Landers, Joel C. 14 May 1886 - 12 Sep 1956 CCR 20 Sep 1956 p1
[Note: Son of Thomas F. & Mary Francis (Landers) Landers; married Ada M. Terry 7 Feb 1895 - Nov 1975]
Funeral services for Joel C. Landers, 70, who died Wednesday, Sept 12, at his home at Spokane were held Sunday afternoon at the Spokane Baptist Church of which he was a member with Rev. James Ellingsworth officiating. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ada Landers; two sons, Elbridge Landers of Wichita, Kan. and Donald Landers of Seattle, Wash., and six grandchildren.
Landers, Lou Sarah (Phipps) 17 Sep 1888 - 7 Jan CCR 19 Jan 1950
[Note: Daughter of James Frank & Olive Henrietta (Baird) Phipps; married 26 Dec 1909 Charley Henry Landers 17 Sep 1888 - 10 Aug 1968]
Funeral services were held January 9 in the Nixa Baptist Church for Mrs. Charles H. Landers, 81, who died January 7 in her home in Nixa. A second service was held in the Highlandville Baptist Church. The Rev. Worth Caughron officiated at both services. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Nixa. Bearers were Frank Fox, Frank Phipps, Clyde Phipps, George Fox, Cecil Phipps and Clell Campbell. Lou Sarah Phipps was born to Frank and Olive Phipps in Thackery, Illinois on September 17, 1888. She spent most of her life in the Nixa and Highlandville communities. On December 26, 1909, she was united in marriage to Charles H. Landers and to this union were born four children. One son, Cletus, preceded her in death on June 14, 1848. She was converted at the age of 16. and was united with the Prospect Baptist: Church. Later, she moved her membership to Highlandville, then to Nixa. She leaves her husband, Charles, of the home; one son, Raymond Landers of Springfield; two. daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Netzer of Billings and Mrs. Iris Little of Clever, three brothers, Robert and David Phipps, both of Highlandville and William Phipps of Ponce de Leon; four sisters, Mrs. Delia Fox and Mrs. Lissa Fox. both of Springfield, Mrs. Rose Adams -of Ozark, and Mrs. Diamia Shetley of St. Louis; and five grandchildren.
Landers, Lucy Jane (Ward) 17 Jan 1860 - 7 Jan 1929 CCH 17 Jan 1930 p1
[Note: Daughter of George R. & Ollie (Day) Ward; married 20 Feb 1877 William W. Landers 9 Sep 1855 - 2 Jun 1904]
Mrs. Lucy Jane Landers was born January 17th, 1860, and passed away on January 7th, 1929, aged 68 years, 11 months and 21 days. She had been in lingering illness for several months. She was a member of the Highlandville Baptist church for 35 years. She had lived in Christian county most all of her life until a few years ago, when she went to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Dee Gilmore of 1243 S. Fremont avenue, Springfield. She was faithful during her illness and was a kind and loving mother to her children. She was lived by all who knew her, and left a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She is survived by 20 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Her two surviving sisters are Mrs. Sarah Bedford of Spokane and Mrs. Mandy Woods of Protem. Her nine children, why survive were at her bedside when death came. They are Mrs. O. W. Jones of Miami, Florida; Mrs. H. O. Gideon of Wanatchee, Washington; Mrs. Bea Hammond of Highlandville; Mrs. Dee Gilmore of Springfield; Miss Roxa Landers of Kansas City; Mrs. C. M. Brown of Springfield, Mrs. Adell Young of Springfield and Messrs. Troy Landers of Springfield and Frank Landers of Highlandville. -- Contributed
Landers, Margaret Elizabeth (Oakley) 29 Aug 1849 - 2 Mar 1932 CCR 10 Mar 1932 p6
[Note: Daughter of James Wesley & Mary (Carnal) Oakley; married Thomas L. Landers]
Mrs. Margaret E. Landers, lovingly known as Aunt Margaret, died suddenly Wednesday evening, March 2, at the home of her son Charles, near Highlandville, at the age of 82 years, 6 months and 2 days. She had been in rather poor health all winter but was able to be up and around. Just a short time before passing away she was out in the yard. With hardly a sound she went into the beyond as she sat in her favorite chair. She came to Christian county with her parents when a girl and lived here most of her life. The family did spend some years in Carroll County, Arkansas, and in Jasper County, Missouri. She is survived by two daughters and two sons, Mrs. H.H. Wilhite, Mrs. Vonnie Nelson, Chas. Landers, and E.F. Landers, besides several grandchildren and a host of friends. The funeral services were held on Friday March 4, at the Highlandville church with Rev. Worth Caughron of Clever officiating. Burial took place in the Highlandville cemetery under the direction of T.B. Chaffin. A fitting eulogy of her life has been written by Lester Shelton and is as follows. “Mother-the sweetest mother and aunt to her many friends; God-mother to all children; friend to all the world; nurse and comforter to the end. The world her cathedral, her alter, always serving her Lord. Doing for others, lending a lifting hand to all. Her life an open book-full of treasures and jewels. Each page, in her book of days, shines as a symbol of faith and goodness with her very soul shining out of her sweet, lined face, as a gentle guide to young and old. Aunt Margaret has gone to her reward. She would not have us mourn her going for she has only passed on to a sweet peace. May we look upon her beautiful life as a golden guide for us all.”
Landers, Margaret Elizabeth (Oakley) 29 Aug 1849 - 2 Mar 1932 CCR 10 Mar 1932 p6
We sincerely thank our many friends for their sympathy and assistance during our bereavement. Especially the Highlandville Ladies Aid, the Chaffin Undertaking Company and Rev. Worth Caughron for their service. We also than our neighbors and friends for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Chas. Landers and family, Mrs. H.H. Wilhite and family, Mrs. Vonnie Nelson and family, Mrs. E. E. Landers and family.
Landers, Martha Jane (Adams) 14 Oct 1884 - 3 Jan 1950 CCR 12 Jan 1950
[Note: Daughter of John & Margaret Lucinda “Lou” (Cook) Landers; married 12 Aug 1908 William Franklin Landers 2 Aug 1884 - 8 Sep 1932]
Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Jane Landers, 65, were held Friday afternoon in the Selmore Baptist Church. Mrs. Landers died Tuesday, January 3. The Rev Worth Caughron officiated at the funeral services. Burial was in the: Selmore Cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home. An obituary, submitted by the survivors, follows: Obituary The gates of Heaven have swung ajar and another soul has entered into that mysterious realm that lies yet further onward that all men seek and hope to attain; that place that is the final resting place of the soul of mortal man. This time the gates of Heaven. have encircled and closed upon the soul of Martha Jane Adams, who came into this world on the 14th day of October 1884, and whom the Lord saw proper to take our from our midst on the 3rd day of January, 1950, at the age of 65 years, 2 months and 20 days. She was joined in holy wedlock and united in the bonds of matrimony with William Franklin Landers the 12th day of August, 1908, which union was blessed with God's greatest gift of four children, all of whom are living and who are unable to comprehend the magnitude of their loss nor to obtain solace for their aching hearts and agonizing souls. They are Mrs. Alta White of Highlandville, Mrs. Geraldine Patterson of Galena, Mrs. Verenece White of Ozark, and Mrs. Opal McLean of Nixa; seven grandchildren, one great-grandson, and one brother, J.H. Adams of Ozark. At the age of 14 years she became a staunch believer in the teachings of the Lord and Master, and, in obedience with His commands, united with the Prospect Baptist Church. In later years her membership was moved to the Highlandville Baptist church of which she was a true and loyal member even until her death. She lived so that when her summons came to join the innumerable throng that moves to that mysterious realm, she was ready and passed from the repose of life into that of death and thence through the Gates of the Kingdom of Heaven into the Reward of eternal glorious, everlasting life that is the reward and the inherent right of all of God's children. Her husband passed away 17 years ago, September 8, 1932. A vast throng of friends survive her. Besides her daughters; she is sadly missed by a number of other relatives all of whom will ever miss her cheery smile and lovable heart. Perhaps the sentiments of the our survivors may, better be expressed by the following: Dearest Mother, thou has left us, Oh 'Tis sad to say farewell: But 'tis God, who has bereft us, He doeth all things well, Tho we never-more shall greet thee Neath' the circle of the sun, But in Heaven we hope to meet thee When our work on Earth is done.
Landers, Mary Francis (Landers) 21 Oct 1852 - 20 Jul 1927 CCR 28 Jul 1927 p1
[Note: Daughter of Nathaniel & Mary Elizabeth Hester ( ) Landers; married Thomas F. Landers 29 May 1852 - 25 Jan 1921]
Mrs. Mary F. Landers, age 75 years, died July 20, 1927 at her home near Ponce de Leon. Funeral services were held July 22d at Highlandville Baptist church at 2:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. A. S. Hanks. Burial was in Highlandville cemetery under direction of T. B. Chaffin
Landers, Thomas F. "Tom" 29 May 1852 - 25 Jan 1921 CCR 28 Oct 1921 p8
[Note: Son of Warn & ? ( ) Landers; married Mary Francis Landers 21 Oct 1852 - 20 Jul 1927]
T. F. Landers, an old and highly respected resident of South Galloway Township, living west of Spokane, died at his home last Tuesday night, aged 69 years. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Highlandville Baptist church conducted by Rev. T. J. Hanks, followed by services by Highlandville Lodge I. O. O. F. at the Odd Fellows cemetery one mile north of Highlandville. Deceased leaves the widow, three sons and one daughter, all living in the neighborhood, besides a host of old and life time friends.
Landers, Thomas F., S/Sgt. 26 Nov 1915 - 27 Jul 1944 CCR 21 Sep 1944 p1
[Note: Son of Henry Washington & Clara (Fox) Landers; married Blanche]
Memorial services for S/Sgt. Thomas F. Landers, who was killed in action in France, July 27, will be held in the Spokane Baptist Church, of which he was a member, Sunday, Sept. 24, at 2:30 pm. S/Sgt Landers was born in Christian County, Missouri, on Nov. 26, 1915. He entered the Army in June, 1942 and took his training at Camp Rucker, AL, and Camp Phillips, KS. He was sent to England in November, 1943. His survivors include his wife, Blanche, of his home in Whittier, CA; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Landers of Route 2, Willard, MO; six brothers, Orval of Whittier, CA, Cpl. Clell of New Guinea, S/Sgt. Stanley of the Galapagos Islands, AMM 3/c Lenor of Norfolk, Va, and Allen and Emil of the home address and five sisters.
Landers, Troy G. 17 Feb 1892 - 28 Dec 1947 CCR 1 Jan 1948
[Note: Son of William W. & Lucy Jane (Ward) Landers; 1900 census gives birthdate as 1888; married before 1920 ? Carter]
Troy G. Landers, 59-year-old Frisco machinest of 1521 State, Springfield, died at 11:15 o’clock Sunday night at a hospital there only a few hours after entering the hospital. Mr. Landers had been a resident of Springfield for the past 25 years and all but two years of that time he had been a machinist at the Frisco west shops. Survivors include a son, Jack, of Springfield; three daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Bishop of Warrensburg, Miss Madelyn Jane and Miss Patsy Sue Landers of Springfield; a brother, Frank of Highlandville; sisters Miss Roxa Landers of Kansas City, Mrs. Dee Gilmore of Springfield, Mrs. Walsie Gideon of Wenatchee, Wash., Mrs. O.W. Jones of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Del Hammond of Ponce de Leon, and Mrs. Adell Young and Mrs. C.M. Brown of Springfield, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 12:30 Tuesday afternoon in Herman Lohmeyer chapel, with the Rev. E.C. Sechler officiating. The body was taken to Highlandville for burial. Pallbearers were Billy Gilmore, Warren Pritcher, J.D. Emil, Stanley and Clell Landers, all nephews.
Landers, William Franklin 2 Aug 1884 - 8 Sep 1932 CCR 15 Sep 1932 p1
[Note: Son of Thomas F. & Mary Francis (Landers) Landers; married 11 Aug 1906 CCM Martha Jane Adams 14 Oct 1884 - 3 Jan 1950]
Victim of Heart Attack at His Home Three Miles Southwest of Highlandville, Thursday, Sept. 8 -- Funeral Services Held Sunday.
Frank Landers, prominent Christian County citizen, died suddenly at his home three miles southwest of Highlandville, Thursday, Sept. 8, of heart trouble. The following obituary of his life has been handed to us for publication: The gates of Heaven have swung ajar and another soul has entered into that mysterious realm that lies yet farther onward, that all men seek and hope to attain; that place that is the final resting place of the soul of mortal man. This time the gates of Heaven have encircled and closed upon the soul of William Franklin Landers, who came into this world at the seventh day of August, 1884, and whom the Lord say proper to take from our midst on the eighth day of Sept., 1932, at the age of 48 years, 1 month and 1 day. He was joined in Holy Wedlock and united in the Bonds of Matrimony with Martha Jane Adams on the twelfth day of August, 1906, which union was blessed by God’s greatest gift of four children, all of whom are living and who are unable to comprehend the magnitude of their loss nor to obtain solace for their aching heart and agonized souls. They are Alta White, Geraldine Patterson, Verece Landers and Opal McLean. Two brothers, Henry Landers and Joel Landers, together with two granddaughters, Eileen and Donna Jean Whit, also survive him. At the age of 24 years he became a staunch believer in the teachings of the Lord and Master and, in obedience to His commandments, united with the Reed Springs Baptist church. In later years his membership was moved to Highlandville Baptist church of which he was a true and loyal member even until his death. He lived so that when his summons came to join the innumerable throng that moves to that mysterious realm, he was ready and passed from the repose of life into that of death and thence through the Gates of the Kingdom of Heaven into the Reward of eternal glorious, everlasting life that is the reward and the inherent right of all God’s children. A vast through of friends survive him. Likewise, besides his wife and daughter, he is sadly missed by a number of other relatives, all of whom will ever miss his cheery smile and loving heart. Perhaps the sentiment of the survivors may better be expressed by the following: Dearest father, thou has left us, Oh! Twas hard to say farewell, But ‘tied who has bereft us, He doeth all things well. Tho however more shall greet thee Neath circle of the sun. But in Heaven we hope to meet thee When work on Earth is done. Funeral services were held on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 2:30 p.m. in the Selmore Baptist church by the Rev. Worth Caughron with burial in the Selmore cemetery under the direction of T. B. Chaffin.
Landers, William Franklin 2 Aug 1884 - 8 Sep 1932 CCR 22 Sep 1932 p4
Card of Thanks
We wish to extend our thanks to our many friends and relatives for their kindness and sympathy shown in the loss of our beloved husband, father, and brother, Mr. Frank Landers. Also for the beautiful floral offerings and especially to Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Chaffin. Mrs. Frank Landers, Mrs. Frank Landers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Landers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landers.
Landers, Woodie (Tate) 2 Jan 1882 - 4 Oct 1950 CCR 13 Oct 1950
[Note: Daughter of Samuel B. & Mary E. (Hawkins) Tate; married 1912 R. Frank Landers 15 Mar 1883 - 11 Jul 1959]
Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Landers, 68, were held Sunday afternoon in the Highlandville Baptist Church with the Rev. Worth Caughron officiating. Mrs. Landers was born Woodie Tate, the daughter of Samuel B. and Mary E. Tate, on January 2, 1882. She was united in marriage to R.F. Landers in 1912 and to them two children were born. She is survived by her husband, Frank Landers, one daughter, Maxine Shirkey; a son, James D. Landers; three grandchildren, Arvilla Maples and Jimmy Gale and Gwendolyn Kay Landers; a brother, O.H. Tate of Chestnut Ridge; and a sister, Bessie Reed of Detroit, Mich. Burial was in the Highlandville cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home.
Landes, Dwaine L. "Bud" 18 Jun 1921 - 10 Mar 1999 CCH-N 17 Mar 1999
[Note: Son of John T. "Jack" & Florence G. (Pulse) Landes; married 23 Sep 1941 Helen Louise Stine 19 Mar 1898 - 6 Jul 1980]
D. L. "Bud" Landes, age 77, of Ozark, died Wednesday, March 10, 1999. He was born June 18, 1921 in Sioux City, Iowa, and was the son of John T. "Jack" and Florence G. (Pulse) Landes. On September 23, 1941 he and Helen Louise Stine were married. Mr. Landes owned and operated Ozark Transfer Company for many years. He served his community as a member of the Ozark Board of Education, Ozark Lions Club, and the Springfield Traffic Club. Survivors include: his wife, Helen; four daughters, Pat Rainey and her husband Gary, Peggy McDaniel and her husband Albert, Suzanne Blansit, and Mary Jane Landes, all of Ozark; seven grandchildren, John Rainey and his wife Liz, Karen Massey and her husband Dwight, Carrie and Libbey McDaniel, Scott Blansit, Bryan Walker, and Johna Wynn; two great-grandchildren; two sisters and their husbands, Margie and David McKay, Bella Vista, Arkansas, and Ruth Ann and Bill Hanks, Ozark; and his mother-in-law, Maggie Stine, Ozark. He was preceded in death by: his parents; a son, John Landes; a grandson, Jason Wynn; a sister and brother-in-law, Mary Lou and Jay Monger; and an infant brother, William. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Saturday, March 13, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Harold Mayes and Rev. Neal Grubaugh, officiating. Entombment was in Ozark Cemetery. Visitation was 5-7 p.m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Southwest Missouri Chapter, Alzheimer's Association.
Landes, Florence G. 19 Mar 1898 - 6 Jul 1980 OH 10 Jul 1980 p9
[Note: married John T. Landes 27 Apr 1893 - 19 Nov 1965]
Services for Florence G. Landes, 82, Ozark, were held Wednesday in the Harris Chapel with the Revs, David McKay and Harold Mayes officiating. Burial was in the Ozark Mausoleum. Mrs. Landes died Sunday at her home after a short illness. A native of South Dakota, she moved to Ozark in 1939. She was a member of the First Christian Church here and a former member of the literary and garden clubs. Survivors include a son, D. L. “Bud”, Ozark; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Ann Hanks, Ozark and Mrs. Margy McKay, Springfield; and 12 grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
Landes, Florence G. 19 Mar 1898 - 6 Jul 1980 OH 24 Jul 1980 pB8
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives for flowers, food, phone calls, visits and words of sympathy. Special thanks to pall bearers, singer, organist, minister. women of the First Christian Church for serving dinner and the Harris Funeral Home, The family of Florence Landes.