Lunsford, Marie (Weter) 18 Mar 1904 - 10 May 1994 OH 25 May 1994
[Note: Daughter of Franklin Joseph & Laura Belle (Myers) Weter; married 26 Jun 1926 Vollie Paul Lunsford 2 Aug 1903 - 25 May 1961]
Marie Weter Lunsford, 90, Sparta, died at 11:55 a.m. Tuesday, May 10, 1994 a Lit’l Bit Country Private Care Center. She was born March 18, 1904 on Barber Creek Farm in Christian County, the daughter of Frank and Laura Myers Weter. They later moved to Bull Creek. She attended school in Chadwick. She was united in marriage to Vollie Paul Lunsford in Ozark on June 26, 1926. They lived in Nebraska during the Depression and then Washington state, where he had a saw sharpening business for the lumber jacks. They also lived in California for many years where her husband died in 1961. Marie loved to oil paint and did lots of pictures of the mountains and the flowers there. Marie returned to Ozark in 1969 and lived on the square until 1988, when she moved to Sparta. She was very active in the Ozark Senior Center when she lived in Ozark. She is preceded in death by her husband, her parents; six brothers, Arthur, Thomas, Clyde, Charles, Woodrow, and Mike; three sisters, Bess Loomis, Blanche Loomis and Hazel Workman. Survivors include a sister, Mildred Walker, Springfield; two sisters-in-law, Roma Weter, Sparta, and Juanita Weter, Springfield; her loving caregiver friend, Rosalie Woods, Sparta; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 12, in the Chadwick Memorial Cemetery with the Rev. Ray Cartwright officiating under the direction of Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark.
Lunsford, Robinson Bruce 1885 - 3 May 1941 CCR 8 May 1941 p5
Last rites for Robinson Bruce Lunsford, 55, retired insurance man who died Saturday night at his home near Springfield, were held Monday afternoon in the Alma Lohmeyer chapel there, with Rev. James O. Michael officiating. Deceased was well known in Ozark and visited here many times. His son, Wright, was pastor of the Ozark Christian Church until several years ago when he left to study at Yale University in Connecticut.
Lupton, Barden ? - ? CCH-N 26 Dec 2007
Lupton, Ann ( ) ? - ? CCH-N 26 Dec 2007
Donnie Lupton, Donna Baslise and Lisa Parham and their families request your presence at their parents, Barden and Ann Lupton’s 50th wedding anniversary celebration. The celebration will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Jan. 5 at the Ozark General Baptist Church 1201 E. South St. In case of bad weather, the celebration will be held Jan. 12. Omission of gifts is requested. For more information or question, contact Donna at (417) 207-0071
Lupton, James R. 28 Aug 1930 - 11 Jun 2001 CCH-N 20 June 2001
[Note: Son of Barden Wesley “Bart” & Mary Modean (McCoy) Lupton; married 5 Nov 1952 Erma Lea Fitzgerald]
James R. Lupton. 70. Ava, passed away at 1:04 p.m., Monday. June 11. 2001, 1, in Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. He was born August 28, 1930, the son of Bart and Modena (McCoy) Lupton. On Nov. 5, 1953, James was united in marriage to Erma Lea Fitzgerald, and to this union two daughters were born. He lived his entire life in Douglas County and was retired from Rawlings Sporting Goods. He was an active member of the Dogwood Nazarene Church and a devout Christian. James loved the outdoors, gardening and spending time on the farm with his wife and family. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters. James is survived by his loving wife Erma Lea, of the home; two daughters Mary Jo Rainey and her husband Craig, Ozark, Mo., and Sheryl Jennings, Springfield, Mo.; four brothers Bill Lupton and wife Elizabeth, Fordland, Mo., Barton Lupton and wife Hester, Ozark, Kenneth Lupton and wife Jo Ann, Sparta, Mo., and Charlie Lupton, Nixa, Mo.; one sister, Christine Breshears and husband Joe, Ava, Mo.; five grandchildren Shannon and Sean Jennings, Kimmie Jo, Josh and Carrie Rainey; several other relatives; and many loving friends. Funeral services were at 10 a.m., Friday, June 15, 2001, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ava, with Rev. L.V. Holmes and Rev. Andy Hitchcock officiating. Burial followed in Ava Cemetery. Visitation was from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 14, 2001, in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made to the Gideons Memorial Bibles.
Lupton, Lesley "Les" 11 Sep 1953 - 24 Apr 1996 CCH-N 1 May 1996
[Note: Son of Bill & Elizabeth ( ) Lupton; married Charlotte Lasiter]
Lesley "Les" Lupton, 42, of Ozark, died Wednesday, April 24, in Memphis, Tenn., from injuries sustained in a construction accident. He was born September 11, 1953 in Fordland. Survivors include: his wife, Charlotte Lasiter Lupton; two sons, Michael Lupton, Springfield and Allen Lupton of the home; his parents, Bill and Elizabeth Lupton, Rogersville; two brothers, Wesley Lupton, Fancy Farms, Ken., and Dannie Lupton, Gary Indiana; a sister, Mary Howard, Rogersville and a host of other relatives. Funeral services were Monday, April 29 in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. James Eakins officiating. Burial was in Easter Cemetery near Fordland.
Lupton, Mary Modena (McCoy) 17 Jun 1906 - 31 Oct 1985 OH 7 Nov 1985 p5
[Note: Daughter of William & Sally Jane (Hale) McCoy; marred 8 Aug 1926 Barden Wesley Lupton 20 Jul 1902 - 9 Feb 1951]
Services for Mary Modena Lupton, 79, Ava, were held Nov. 2 in Clinkingbeard Chapel with the Rev. Charles Miller officiating. Burial was in Ava Cemetery. Mrs. Lupton died Oct. 31 in Chastain’s Nursing Home after a short illness. Living most of her life in Ava, she was an elementary school teacher and a restaurant cook. She was a member of Dogwood Nazarene Church. Survivors include five sons, William, Barden and Charles, all of Ozark, Kenneth, Springfield, and James, Ava; three daughters, Loretta Peterman, Eric, Kan., Louise Butler, Grandview, and Christine Brashears, Ava; 26 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren.
Lupton, Melva D. (Rogers) 18 Oct 1942 - 16 Nov 2005 CCH-N 30 Nov 2005
[Note: Daughter of Melvin & Juanita (Putnam) Rogers; married Charles Lupton]
Melva D. Lupton, 63, of Ozark, passed away Wednesday, No. 16, 2005, in Cox South Hospital, Springfield. She was born Oct. 18, 1942, in Ava, the daughter of Melvin and Juanita (Putnam) Rogers. Melva was employed by Cox South Hospital where she spent a life of service to others and extended special care as a surgery technician. She was generous with her time, talents and enjoyed reading, family photographs, crocheting, fishing and especially loved horses. A loving mother and exceptional grandmother, Melva is survived by four children, Carla Lupton of Ozark, Charles Lupton, Jr. of Ava, Gary Lupton of Sparta, and Harlan Lupton and wife Cathy of Billings; two sisters, Norma Stillings of Ava and Anna Goss of Lee’s Summit; one grandchild; special friend Ken Leigh; several nieces, nephews, other relatives and many caring friends. Melva was preceded in death by her parents. A celebration of life memorial service was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, 2005, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Jason Shaw officiating the service. Visitation and family time was held one hour prior to the service from 1-2 p.m. in the funeral home. Burial followed in Bragg Cemetery west of Ava with Rev. Oren Alcorn officiating with burial under the direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.
Lupton, Walter Arron 24 Jul 1983 - 24 Jul 1983 OH 28 Jul 1983 p11
[Note: Son of Dannie Ray & Elizabeth (McClure) Lupton]
Graveside services for Walter Arron Lupton, infant son of Dannie Ray and Elizabeth Lupton, Wheatland, were held July 27 in Crutsinger Cemetery with the Rev. Ernest Foltz officiating, Burial was under the direction of Hathaway of Wheatland. The infant was dead at birth Sunday at Citizens Memorial Hospital in Bolivar. Survivors in addition to his parents include one brother, Dannie Ray, Jr., of the home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Lupton, Ozark; maternal grandmother, Nora McClure, Wheatland; great-grandmother, Mrs. Modena Lupton, Ava; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arron Anderson, Taneyville.
Lurie, Jeannette M. (Miller) 1897 - 10 Mar 1983 OH 17 Mar 1983 p8
[Note: no SSDI record found]
Graveside services for Jeannette M. Lurie, 85, Springfield, were held March 11 in Temple Israel Cemetery with Rabbi David Wucher officiating. Burial was under direction of Herman Lohmeyer. Mrs. Lurie died March 10 in Primrose Place after a long illness. Survivors include two sons, Harold H., Springfield, and Sidney, Sparta; two brothers, George Miller, Chicago, Ill. and M. J. Miller, Margate, Fla.; a sister,. Mrs. Reva Gorin, Margate, Fla.; and two grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Singing Doctors Scholarship Fund, in care of the Greene County Medical Foundation; or to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Lurvey, Ruby J. 1 Jul 1913 - 30 Jul 1977 OH 4 Aug 1977 p11
Services for Mrs. Ruby J. Lurvey, 64, of 2675 East Division were at 1 a.m. Tuesday in Klingner Chapel with the Rev. Raymon Tracy officiating. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery. The family will be in the chapel from 7 - 8:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Lurvey died at 7:43 p.m. Saturday in St. John’s Hospital after a short illness. She was a member of Seminole Baptist Temple and had been a resident of Springfield for the past 11 years. coming from Marshfield. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Cara Hibbard, Guthrie, Okla.; three sons, Jud of Ozark, Joe of Marshfield and Jim of Nixa; a sister, Mrs. Opal Rice, Springfield; and 11 grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Association.
Lurvey, Victor E. 28 May 1912 - 7 Apr 1991 NN-E 11 Apr 1991
[Note: Son of Rev. L.E. & Nellie May (Glidden) Lurvey; married 1939 Katherine Clingan]
Victor E. Lurvey, 78, Nixa, died at 8:20 p.m. Sunday in Springfield Community Hospital, after a long illness. He was born May 28, 1912, to the Rev. L.E. Lurvey and Nellie May Glidden in Springfield. In 1939, he married Katherine Clingan, Niangua, and they lived in Springfield for more than 50 years. He spent 45 years as a builder and developer. During World War II, he was a defense contractor and worked to build Fort Leonard Wood, Camp Crowder, Lowery Field, Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Denver, and personnel housing in Muskeegon, Battle Creek, Ann Arbor and Yepsilante, Mich. In Springfield he developed 14 subdivisions and Twin Oaks Shopping Center. He built more than 75 homes in Springfield and donated land for five city playgrounds. He was a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Katherine; two sons, Victor Lurvey Jr. and his wife, Linda, Tulsa, Okla., and Ronald Lurvey and his wife, Barbara, Nixa; a daughter, Nel Cox, Springfield; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and four brothers, Sam Lurvey, Merle Lurvey, Luther Lurvey and Dell Lurvey, all of Springfield. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Junior, Art, Glidden and John, all of Springfield. Memorial services were Wednesday in Redeemer Lutheran Church with the Rev. Gerald Thies officiating. Burial was in White Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Klinger Mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Lusher, Fred 1880 - 12 Jun 1935 CCR 13 Jun 1935 p1
[Note: married Edyth McGeehee 15 Jan 1905 - 11 Dec 1926; name Luscher on DC; parents names unknown]
Billings farmer a suicide after failing to find his missing sister.
Fred Lusher, 54, one of the last members of a pioneer farming family in the Billings community, disagreed with his spinster sister, Emma, 52, when she wanted to buy a farm three weeks ago. No really harsh words were exchanged, he said, but she resented his attitude and disappeared. The tall, florid-complexioned widower was remorseful and started a search for her immediately. Time and again he called at the city detective bureau here, urging officers not to give up in their hunt. When he paid the bureau his last visit one afternoon last week, he wept and declared: “Only losers give up.” At 6 o’clock Wednesday morning, Lusher went to the barn on his farm, where a youthful relative was working and asked where a shell for an old shotgun had been hidden. He said he wanted to shoot a rat. Five minutes later, the relative heard a shot and when he went into the house a little later, he found Lusher dead in bed. He had shot himself under the chin.
Lusson, Virgil Frank 22 Aug 1945 - 24 Jun 1999 CCH-N 30 Jun 1999
[Note: Son of Albert & Bertha (Bieker) Lusson; married 15 Mar 1973 Elaine]
Virgil Frank Lusson, age 53, of Ozark, died Thursday, June 24; 1999, in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield. He was born August 22, 1945 in Waucoma, Iowa, and was the son of Albert and Bertha (Bieker) Lusson. He and his wife Elaine, were married March 15, 1973. Mr. Lusson retired as a salesman for a bookkeeping service. Survivors include: His wife, Elaine; four children, Debra Johnson, Concordia, Missouri, Owen J. Engen, Republic, Wayne Engen, Pineville, Louisiana, and Kelly Sheffield, Republic; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Al Lusson, and a sister, Esther Hoffman, both of Waterloo, Iowa; nieces and nephews. His parents and a brother, Merlin, preceded him in death. A graveside service was 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, in Hopedale Cemetery, Ozark. Visitation was in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Lutgen, Robert Warren 29 Apr 1943 – 12 Aug 1996 CCH-N 17 Aug 1996
[Note: Son of George & Eunice (Sanders) Lutgen; married 1 Jun 1965 Lynda Walker 4 Dec 1944 - 30 Dec 2002 m/2 Swartz]
Robert Warren Lutgen, 53, Nixa, went to be with Jesus at 2:15 p.m. on Monday, August 12, 1996 in Cox South Hospital from a brain aneurysm. Bob was born on Saturday, April 29, 1943 in Aberdeen, South Dakota, the son of George and Eunice (Sanders) Lutgen. On June 1, 1965 he was married to Lynda Walker, and to this union, four children were born. He resided in Nixa for the past 20 years. Bob was employed at Accurate Plastics for 15 years and most recently worked for Unimark Plastics in Springfield. He was honorably discharged as a staff sergeant of the United States Airforce after serving for eight years, 18 months of which was served in Vietnam. Bob was active in the Nixa Fire Protection district for 18 years, serving in many capacities such as fire chief, fire marshal and president of the board of directors. He actively served God at Nixa Assembly of God where he was an usher. Bob had several hobbies, but his favorite was anything to do with airplanes, from reading about them to building them to flying his own ultralight. Bob will be deeply missed. A part of him will live on in each of our hearts. He touched more lives than he will ever know. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Lynda, of the home, three daughters: Natalie, Shawn and Terrie all of Nixa, a son, Bobby of Nixa, ten grandchildren, also of Nixa, and a sister, Georgia Wilson of West Port, S.D. Services were held Thursday, August 15, 1996 in the Nixa Assembly of God Church with the Reverend Donnie Blansit officiating under the direction of Harris, a Heritage Funeral Home. Burial was held in Glenn Cemetery.
Luttrell, James M. 15 Mar 1838 - 18 Feb 1918 CCR 22 Feb 1918 p1
[Note: married Elizabeth T. 3 Nov 1847 - 21 Dec 1893; no MO DC found]
James M. Luttrell, a civil war veteran, died at the Young Sanitarium about 8 o’clock Monday night February 18, aged 79 years 11 months and 8 days. The remains were conveyed to the Cobb cemetery on Bull Creek Tuesday morning for burial an where a short services was held, conducted by Rev. Greene Melton, The deceased leaves five married daughters and one son.
Luttrell, John George 7 Feb 1929 - 25 May 2010 Augusta Daily Gazette (KS) 1 Jun 2010 & The Advocate Stamford-Norwalk CT 31 May 2012
[Note: Son of Frank & Elsie (Clements) Luttrell; married Thelma May 1932 - 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgMtov-1sU0 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9rINVC0I2Y&feature=relmfu ]
John George Luttrell, 81, died peacefully at his home in Darien, Conn., on Tuesday, May 25, 2010, surrounded by his family. Beloved husband of Thelma; devoted father of John, Denise and Steven; and loving grandfather of Angela, Robyn, Cameron, Jake and Ryan. Survived by all, he will be missed by all. Preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Elsie Luttrell; his siblings, Howard, Charles, Alfred, Herbert, Mildred, Florence, and Marian; he is survived by his sister Lorene. Amidst the hardship of the Great Depression, John was born into a poor family with nine children in rural Christian County , Missouri . Later, his family moved to the small town of Leon, Kansas, where John grew up. An accomplished student-athlete in high school, John accepted an unsolicited offer of financial assistance by the town doctor and his wife, Harry and Dorothy Last, so he could enroll at the University of Kansas. During college, John demonstrated a native facility for high mathematics, but also enjoyed collegiate life as president of his social fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha. John had a long and distinguished career with Mobil Oil Corporation. He began as a rig worker in between his sophomore and junior years at KU, and joined the company's exploration and production division in 1952 after completing a Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engineering, where he earned high honors. Across 37 years with Mobil, beginning in Venezuela, he rose to become the youngest managing director in the history of the company, running Mobil operations first in Libya, then Nigeria, and then Mobil North Sea, based in London. At the time of his retirement, he was vice president of Mobil worldwide exploration and producing, based in New York. Known for his fairness and generosity, he was a private family man who nonetheless touched the lives of many in a positive way. During his later years, he developed an interest in theoretical physics and spent countless hours studying vanguard theories in quantum mechanics. Many mornings, he could be seen walking his rat terrier, Chelsea, and later Dunster, in Selleck's Woods in Darien. For more than 50 years, John loved his wife and family, his friends, and, of course, the KU Jayhawk basketball team. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 PM on Tuesday, June 1, at the Lawrence Funeral Home, 2119 Post Road, Darien. A service will be held at St. Thomas More Church, 374 Middlesex Road, Darien, on Wednesday, June 2, at 10:30 AM. Burial will follow at Spring Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of John Luttrell, to the Dr. Harry Last Memorial Scholarship, KU Endowment Association, PO Box 928, Lawrence, Kansas, 66044. Established by John in 1985, each year the scholarship affords exceptional high school students from the counties surrounding Leon the opportunity to attend the University of Kansas.
Luttrell, Robert Eugene 27 Mar 1926 - 17 Oct 1989 OH 26 Oct 1989
[Note: married Bernita]
Robert Eugene Luttrell, 63, of Ozark, formerly of Galesburg, Ill., died Oct. 17 in St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., after suffering an apparent heart attack. He was born March 27, 1926 and was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Ozark. Mr. Luttrell is survived by his wife, Bernita, of the home; two daughters, Leslie and Carrie Luttrell, both of Kansas City; a son, Donald Luttrell, Denver, Colo.; a sister, Katherine Coe, Galesburg; and a brother, Mare Luttrell, Midland, Texas. Services were Saturday in Harris Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Roland Schrunk officiating; burial was in Selmore Cemetery.
Luttrell, David Vernon 9 Mar 1969 - 2 Jul 1988 OH 7 Jul 1988
[Note: Son of Glenn Allen & Elaine ( ) Luttrell; Luttrull on tombstone]
David Luttrull, 19, of Rogersville, died at 1:30 p.m. July 2 from injuries received in an automobile accident east of Fordland on Route A. Services for Mr. Luttrull will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in the Marsh Funeral Chapel, Rogersville. Burial will be in McHaffie Cemetery. He is survived by his father, Glenn, of Rogersville; his mother, Elaine, of Albany, Oregon; two brothers, Billy, of Highlandville, and Glenn Allen, Jr., of Strafford; one sister, Glynis Mead, of Albany, Oregon; his great-grandmother, Matilda Cornelison, Fordland; and a close friend, Jackie Ross, Rogersville.
Luttrull, Ada May (Pettit) 27 Dec 1881 - Oct 1988 OH 21 Jan 1982 p12
[Note: Daughter of Jacob Clinton & Matilda Elizabeth (Underdown) Pettit; married 22 Sep 1901 Albert Newton Luttrull 3 Jan 1880 - Mar 1978]
100th Birthday Celebration
Caption: Mrs. Ada Luttrull, with her daughter, Opal Jordan and sons, Joe (seated) and Loyd
Ada May Luttrull, along with family and friends, celebrated her 100th birthday Dec. 27. A luncheon was held in the home of her son, Loyd Luttrull and a party was held at the Dewey MedicaLodge, where she now lives. Born Ada May Pettit in Rogersville, she married Newton Luttrull Sept. 22, 1901. They moved to Oklahoma in 1917 and lived in Vera until 1924 when they moved to Ramona. They lived in Ramona until 1978 when her husband, 98. died. Mrs. Luttrull has two sons, Loyd, Bartlesville and Joe Luttrull, Chickasha, Okla,; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Hunt, Irving, Tex, and Mrs. Opal Jordan, Ramona; one sister, Mrs. Walcie Burney, Wichita, Kan.; two brothers; 11 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren, Family and friends traveled so far as California to attend the celebration. Attending from Sparta Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schweppe, Mr. and Mrs. Chester McHaffie and J. D. Opal Luttrull, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McHaffie and children,
Luttrull, Amos 27 May 1930 - 2 Nov 2011 SN-L 4 Nov 2011
[Note: Son of Elmer Lawrence & Lucy A. (Marlin) Luttrull; married Marian Grinder]
Mr. Amos Luttrull, age 81 of Nixa, passed away Wednesday, November 2, 2011. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Highlandville Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday in the funeral home.
Luttrull, Amos 27 May 1930 - 2 Nov 2011 AdamsFH
Amos Lawrence Luttrull, age 81 of Nixa, passed away Wednesday, November 2, 2011. He was born May 27, 1930 in Bruner, the son of Elmer and Lucy (Marlin) Luttrull. Amos had been married 51 years to Marian (Grider) Luttrull. He enjoyed spending his time fishing. Before retirement he worked at Ash Grove Cement for more than 30 years. Survivors include: his wife, Marian Luttrull, Nixa; three daughters, Linda Parks, Florida, Debra Ricci, California and Darlene Rathbun, Florida; four grandsons; one granddaughter; four great granddaughters; a brothers, Ronnie Luttrull, Springfield; and three sisters, Eloene Davis, Jane Cobb and Christine Nemo. Amos was preceded in death by his parents; his son, Leland Luttrull; four brothers, Ray, Ralph, Don, and Steve; and two sisters, Edry and Claris. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark with John Hyde officiating. Burial will follow in Highlandville Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday in the funeral home.
Luttrull, Bobby Richard, Sr. 19 Nov 1931 - 18 Jun 1980 OH 26 1980 p9
[Note: Son of Ottis Emmitt & Edna Leona (Horton) Luttrull; birthdate on SSDI disagrees with age in obit]
Bobby Richard Luttrull, Sr. 39, a former resident of Bruner, died June 18 of a heart attack in Grand Junction, Colo. He is survived by four children, Shawn and Tiffany of the home, Bobby, Jr., New Orleans, La., Candise, Grand Junction; three brothers, James, Ozark, Charles, Muscatine, Iowa, Jack, Sparta. Five sisters, Ruby Brown, Rogersville, Dorothy Moses, Wichita, Kan., Betty Robinson, Marshfield, Louise Keeter, Port Hyneme, Calif,, June Maggard, Willow Springs, and one granddaughter. Services were held June 21, at Calahan Edgefast, Grand Junction, with burial at Orchard Mesa Cemetery.
Luttrull, Donald A. 2 Apr 1920 - 8 Sep 2010 SN-L 10 Sep 2010
[Note: Son of Elmer & Lucy (Marlin) Luttrull; married 15 Feb 1941 Thelma Jewell Coffer - possibly SSDI 3 Jan 1921 - Oct 1970; married Sally[
Donald A. Luttrull, age 90, Sparta, went to be with the Lord Wednesday, September 8, 2010 after a short illness. He passed away at Cox South with his family by his side Don was born April 8, 1920 in Bruner, the son of Elmer and Lucy (Marlin) Luttrull. On February 15, 1941 he was united in marriage to Thelma Jewell Coffer. Don was a member and deacon at Shady Grove Baptist Church. He served his country in the U.S. Army in World War II. Don loved to fish and enjoyed playing with his grandkids. Survivors include: his wife, Sally Luttrull, Sparta; three sons, Denny Luttrull and Wanda, California, Keith Luttrull and wife LaQueta, Sparta and Gary Luttrull and wife Suzi, Belton; eight grandchildren, Diana, Denny Lee, Missy, Jenny, Jonathan, Julie, Justin, and William Keith; 20 great grandchildren; two great great grandchildren; two brothers, Amos and Ronnie; and three sisters, Mary Jane, Ellone, and Christine. Don was preceded in death by his parents; his son, Terry, his brothers, Ralph, Ray and Steve; two sisters, Edrie and Clarice; and two great grandsons. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. Sunday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark with John Hyde and Joseph Ranson officiating. Burial will follow in Sparta Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6-7:30 P.M. Saturday in the funeral home.
Luttrull, Edna Leona (Horton) 21 Nov 1897 - 11 Nov 1948 CCR 18 Nov 1948
[Note: Daughter of John Tolbert “Tollie“ & Mary Emeline (Padgett) Horton; married Ottis Emmitt Luttrull 29 Oct 1892 - 14 Jun 1974]
Funeral services for Mrs. Leona Luttrell, 50, of Bruner, who died Wednesday, Nov. 10, at Springfield Baptist hospital, was held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the McHaffie school near Bruner. Burial was in the McHaffie cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. Survivors include her husband, O.E. Luttrell; five daughters, Mrs. Elga Brown of Rogersville, Mrs. Vearl Moses of Waggoner, Okla., Mrs. Floyd Robinson of Marshfield, Mo., Louis and June Luttrell of the home; six sons, James of Rogersville, Ermine of Waggoner, Mo., Jackie, Bobbie, Chester, and Dean of the home; her father, J.T. Horton of Bruner; a brother, Marion Horton of Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Barnard and Mrs. John Marshall of Stockton, Calif., and nine grandchildren.
Luttrull, Elmer Lawrence 6 Jul 1891 - 17 Jan 1969 CCR 23 Jan 1969 p4
[Note: Son of Allen Tolbert & Parcita Jane (Lay) Luttrull; married Lucy A. 1 Mar 1893 - 20 Apr 1971]
Funeral services for Elmer L. Luttrull, 77, Sparta, who died at 10:30 p.m. Friday in Springfield Baptist Hospital, were at 2 p.m. Sunday in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with burial in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Luttrull was a retired farmer and a member of the Apostolic Church. He is survived by his wife, Lucy A.; five daughters, Mrs. Clarice Brown, Springfield, Mrs. Edrie Braden, St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Jane Calf, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Christine Nimmo, Monett and Mrs. Elloene Davis, Kansas City; five sons, Ray, Springfield, Don, Sparta, Steven, Nashville, Tenn., Amos, Ozark and Ronald, Springfield; two brothers, Newet, Ramona. Okla. and Otis, Bruner; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Osburn, Sparta and Mrs. Florence McHaffie, Sparta; 20 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Luttrull, Ermine Allan 20 Mar 1922 - 6 Jun 1973 OH 14 Jun 1973 p11
[Note: Son of Ottis Emmitt & Edna Leona (Horton) Luttrull; married Helen D. Cornelison 31 Aug 1922 - 28 Dec 1986]
Ermine A. Luttrull, 51, Sparta, died last Wednesday at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield after an illness of several months. He is survived by his wife, Helen; two sons, Glenn, Ozark and Vernon Lee, Springfield; five brothers, James, Ozark, Dean and Jack, both of Sparta, Bob, Grand Junction, Colo. and Charles, Iowa; five sisters, Mrs. Ruby Brown, Rogersville, Mrs. Dorothy Moses, Wichita, Kan.. Mrs. Betty Robinson, Marshfield, Mrs. June Maggard, Willow Springs, and Mrs. Louis Harrison, state of Calif. and five grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday in Harris Chapel with the Rev Hubert Swearengin officiating. Burial was in McHaffie Cemetery.
Luttrull, Gus E. “Tooter” 24 Dec 1898 - 23 May 1968 CCR 30 May 1968 p8
[Note: Son of Allen Tolbert & Parcita Jane (Lay) Luttrull; married Opal C. Jenkins 13 Jul 1907 - 6 Sep 1998; spelling from tombstone]
Gussie E. “Tooter” Luttrell. 69, died Thursday night near his home at Route 1, Rogersville after suffering an apparent heart attack while walking home from the Finley River where he had been fishing. A lifelong Christian County resident, Mr. Luttrull (sic - two spellings in obit) was a farmer and a member of the McHaffie Community Church. Survivors include his wife, Opal; two sons, Herbert, Superintendent of the Logan-Rogersville Schools and Leslie; and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Schweppe, all of Rogersville; three brothers, Newton, Ramona, Okla. and Elmer and Otis, both of Bruner; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Osburn and Mrs. Florence McHaffie, both of Sparta and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Burney Claxton and Dwayne Bray officiating. Burial was in Spring Hill Cemetery.
Luttrull, Irene (Gann)
SN-L 18 Jul 2008 & CCH-N 23 Jul 2008
[Note: Daughter of Eveald & Lucy (Johnson) Gann; married 10 Aug 1949 Loyal Dean Luttrull 2 May 1929 - 29 Apr 1978]
Irene (Gann) Luttrull, daughter of Eveald Gann and Lucy Johnson, was born on June 10, 1932, and quietly passed away Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at the age of 76 years, one month, and six days. Irene married Dean Luttrull on August 10, 1949. They had five children and enjoyed 28 years of marriage before Dean passed away on April 29, 1978. Irene was a lifelong resident of Sparta and graduated from Sparta High School in 1952. She later began working at Fasco and after 31 years of employment she retired in 1997. Since retirement Irene found a new passion, genealogy. She loved researching, exploring, and working on all aspects of genealogy. She even wrote and published a book titled Obituaries of Christian County, Missouri and was in the process of writing her second book. Irene was also an avid gardener, enjoyed canning, and mushroom hunting. Irene was preceded in death by her infant son, Wesley, parents, and husband Dean Luttrull. Irene is survived by her four children and their spouses, Gary and Bonnie Luttrull of Warsaw, Susan and Dwayne Brown of Lampe, Peggy and Tim Plumlee of Springfield, and Tracey and Jeff Johns of Rogersville. She is also survived by her seven grandchildren Danyel Rickard, Michael Luttrull, Melissa Lowry, Matthew and Kyle Plumlee, and Stephen and Clayton Johns and her one great-granddaughter Izabella Rickard. Irene also has one sister, Rosalie Carey, several nieces, nephews, caring friends and neighbors. Graveside funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 19, 2008, in Sparta Cemetery, under the direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev. Allen Maples officiating. Visitation will be held from 7 to 8 p.m., Friday, July 18, 2008, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark.
Luttrull, Jack 27 Jul 1940 - 28 Jul 1996 CCH-N 31 Jul 1996
[Note: Son of Ottis Emmitt & Edna Leona (Horton) Luttrull; married Iva]
Jack Luttrull, 56, Springfield, died Sunday, July 28, 1996 in St. John's Regional Health Center. He was born July 27, 1940 at Bruner and was the son of Ottis and Edna (Horton) Luttrull. He was a long-time resident of the Sparta and Bruner areas. His parents preceded him in death, as well as brothers, Bob, James, Dean, and Ermine Luttrull and an infant brother. Survivors include: his wife of twenty-seven years, Iva Luttrull; six children, Jerry of Mesa, Arizona, LeNette of Flemington, Shannon of Stockton, Caroline of Springfield, and Teresa and Scot, both of Grand Junction, Colorado; 10 grandchildren; five sisters, Ruby Brown, Rogersville, Dorothy Moses, Wichita, Kansas, June Maggard, Willow Springs, Louis Hamblin, Langlois, Oregon, and Betty Robinson, Marshfield; a brother, Charles Luttrull, Muscatine, Iowa; and other relatives and friends. Graveside funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 31 in McHaffie Cemetery, Bruner, with Rev. James "Hobo" Applegate officiating. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Luttrull, James E. 19 Jun 1924 - 11 Jun 1981 OH 25 Jun 1981 pB9
[Note: Son of Ottis Emmett & Edna Leona (Horton) Luttrull; married Verba; middle initial on tombstone S.]
Services for James E. Luttrull, 56, Ozark, were held Sunday in Harris Chapel with the Rev., Bill Barnett officiating. Burial was in Union Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Luttrull died at 4:50 p.m. Thursday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. He was a retired carpenter and lived in the Ozark and Bruner communities for most of his life. He was a World War II veteran, having services in the Pacific. Survivors include his wife, Verba; two sons, Ellis, Ozark and Grant, Nixa; four daughters, Mrs. Kay Christian, Rogersville, Mrs. Judy Kindall, Fordland, Mrs. Lori Moore, Springfield and Mrs. Leona Luttrull, of the home; two brothers, Charles, Muscatine, Iowa and Jack, Sparta; five sisters, Mrs. Ruby Brown, Rogersville, Mrs. Dorothy Moses, Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Betty Robinson, Marshfield, Mrs. Louise Keeter, Los Angeles and Mrs. June Maggard, Willow Springs.
Luttrull, James E. 19 Jun 1924 - 11 Jun 1981 OH 25 Jun 1981 pB9
Card of Thanks
We want to thank everyone for flowers, cards, food and prayers during the illness and death of our husband and father, James Luttrull. The James Luttrull Family
Luttrull, Jaymon Ellis 13 Aug 2004 - 13 Aug 2004 SN-L 15 Aug 2004
[Note: Son of Justin & Danielle (Logan) Luttrull]
Jaymon Ellis Luttrull, infant son of Donielle and Justin Luttrull, Springfield, passed away on August 13. A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Sparta Cemetery, under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Luttrull, Jaymon Ellis 12 Aug 2004 - 13 Aug 2004 CCH-N 18 Aug 2004
Jaymon Ellis Luttrull, infant son of Justin and Donielle (Logan) Luttrull, was born at 11:32 p.m. Thursday, August 12, 2004 and died at 2:00 a.m. August 13, 2004. The baby's family includes, his parents of Springfield; a sister, Kerina; a brother Justin Luttrull, II; grandparents, Darrell Logan, Springfield, Donnell Woodruff, Salem, Melanie Hutton, Springfield, and Gary Luttrull, Belton; great grandparents, Calvin and Naomi Logan, Elkland, Don & Sally Luttrull, Sparta, and Mary Weter, Ozark; uncles, Wayne Logan, Darrell Lee Logan, Derrick Logan, Jason Davidson, and Keith Luttrull; and aunts, Sarina Smith, Kezia Lilly, Brandy Coke, and Crystal Duncan. A great-grandfather, F.G. Weter preceded him in death. Funeral services were 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 16 in Sparta Cemetery with Rev. Gilbert Spencer officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
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Luttrull, Jessie Richard 20 Jun 1884 - 27 Sep 1966 CCR 29 Sep 1966 p1
[Note: Son of Allen Tolbert & Parcita Jane (Lay) Luttrull; SSDI gives 20 Jun 1883 birthdate]
Jessie R. Luttrull, 81, Bruner, died at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bilyeu Nursing Home here. Luttrull, a lifelong Christian County resident, is survived by four brothers, Newton, Ramona, Okla., Elmer and Otis, both of Bruner, and Gus, Route 1, Rogersville and two sisters, Mrs. Ida Osburn and Mrs. Florence McHaffie, both of Sparta. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Harris of Ozark.
Luttrull, Jessie Richard 20 Jun 1884 - 27 Sep 1966 CCR 6 Oct 1966 p1
Graveside services for Jessie R. Luttrull, 81, Bruner, were at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 in McHaffie Cemetery. Burial was under direction of Harris of Ozark. Mr. Lutrull died at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Bilyeu Nursing Home here.
Luttrull, Leland Amos 24 Aug 1959 - 14 Jul 1990 NN-E 19 Jul 1990
[Note: Son of Amos & Marian (Grider) Luttrull]
Leland Amos Luttrull, 30, died Saturday July 14, 1990. Born Aug. 24, 1959, he was the son of Amos and Marian Grider Luttrull, presently living in Springfield. He lived most of his life in Ozark and attended Ozark Schools. He was a veteran. He is survived by his parents, Amos and Marian Luttrull, Springfield; a grandmother, Nellie Grider, Ozark; and three half-sisters, Darlene, Debby and Linda, all of Florida. Funeral services were Tuesday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Clifford Day officiating. Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery.
Luttrull, Loyal Dean 2 May 1929 - 29 Apr 1978 OH 4 May 1978 p12
[Note: Son of Ottis Emmitt & Edna Leona (Horton) Luttrull; married 10 Aug 1949 Irene Gann 10 Jun 1932 - 16 Jul 2008]
SPARTA - Services for Loyal Dean Luttrull, 48, Sparta, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Harris Chapel Ozark with the Rev. Bill Boyd officiating. Burial was in Sparta Cemetery. Mr. Luttrell died at 4:45 Saturday on Christian County UU south of Garrison when the pickup truck he was a passenger in overturned. He is survived by his wife, Irene, a son, Gary, Warsaw; three daughters, Miss Susan Ray Luttrull, Miss Peggy Ann Luttrull and Miss Tracy Irene Luttrull, all of the home; four brothers, James, Ozark, Bob, Grand Junction, Colo., Charles, Muscatine, Iowa and Jack, Sparta; five sisters, Mrs. Ruby Brown, Rogersville, Mrs. Dorothy Moses, Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Betty Robison, Marshfield, Mrs. Louise Keeter, Los Angeles and Mrs. June Maggard, Willow Springs and a granddaughter.
Luttrull, Lucy A. 1 Mar 1893 - 20 Apr 1971 CCR 22 Apr 1971 p4
[Note: married Elmer Lawrence Luttrull 6 Jul 1891 - 17 Jan 1969]
Mrs. Lucy A. Luttrull, 78, of Sparta, died at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at her home after a short illness. Mrs. Luttrull had lived in this area since 1913. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Clarice Brown, Springfield, Mrs. Edrie Braden, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Mary Jane Cobb, Citrus Heights, Calif., Mrs. Christine Nimmo, Monett, and Mrs. Elloene Davis, Kansas City; five sons, Ray Luttrull and Ronald Luttrull, both of Springfield, Don Luttrull, Sparta, Stephen Luttrull, Nashville, Tenn. and Amos Luttrull, Ozark; a sister, Mrs. Hallie Young, Harrisonville; 20 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel, Ozark with the Rev. Clifford Day officiating. Burial will be in Sparta Cemetery.
Luttrull, Opal C. (Jenkins) 13 Jul 1907 - 6 Sep 1998 CCH-N 16 Sep 1998
[Note: Daughter of Lloyd Dwight & Rebecca (Nix) Jenkins; married 22 Dec 1926 Gussie E. "Tooster" Luttrull 24 Dec 1898 - 23 May 1968]
Opal C. Luttrull, age 91, of Sparta died Sunday, September 6, in the home of her daughter. She was born July 13, 1907 near Sparta and was the daughter of Loyd and Rebecca (Nix) Jenkins. On December 22, 1926 she and Gussie E. "Tooster" Luttrull were married. Together they farmed and raised their family near Rogersville. Following Mr. Luttrull's death in 1968 Mrs. Luttrull moved to Sparta. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Sparta; where she taught Sunday School until the age of 86. She was also a member of the Sparta Garden Club. She was preceded in death by: her parents, her husband, two brothers, Ralph and Ray Jenkins,, a sister Mary Ray, and a son-in-law, Roger Schweppe. Survivors include: Three children, Herbert Luttrull and his wife, Juanita, Rogersville, Leslie Luttrull, Springfield, and his friend Juanita Bolin, Ozark, and Betty White and her husband, Gene, Sparta; seven grandchildren, Joyce McCrea, Danny, David, and Rick Luttrull, Vicki Rhodes, R. D. and Gregg Schweppe; sixteen great-grandchildren; three sisters, Merle Wilson, Fullerton, California, Mildred Phillips, Mansfield, and Pauline Morrison, West Lynn, Oregon; a sister-in-law, Edna Jenkins, Waynesville, and a brother-in-law, Don Ray, Fordland. Funeral services were Wednesday, September 9, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Rev Gary Robertson and Greeley Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial was in Springhill Cemetery.
Luttrull, Ottis Emmett 29 Oct 1892 - 14 Jun 1974 OH 20 Jun 1974 p7
[Note: Son of Allen Tolbert & Parcita Jane (Lay) Luttrull; married Edna Leona Horton 21 Nov 1897 - 11 Nov 1948]
SPARTA - Funeral services for Otis F. Luttrull, 83, a life-long resident of the Sparta and Bruner communities who died Friday after a brief illness will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel at Ozark. The Rev. Roy Cantrell will officiate, and burial will be in McHaffie Cemetery near Bruner.
Luttrull, Parcita Jane (Lay) 17 Sep 1858 - 18 May 1942 CCR 21 May 1942 p1
[Note: Daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth (Poteet) Lay; married Allen Tolbert Luttrull May 1855 - 23 Feb 1916]
Funeral services for Mrs. Parzita Jane Luttrull, 82, were held Tuesday at McHaffie school, by Rev. Richardson, with burial in McHaffie cemetery under direction of the Sparta Funeral Home, Rathbun & Chaffin. She was the widow of Tol Luttrull, who preceded her in death in 1916. She is survived by nine children, Mrs. Vena Roach, Newt Luttrull, Myrtle Sparger, Florence McHaffie, Ida Osburn, Otis, Elmer, Jess and Guss Luttrull; and a sister, Mrs. Betty Gilland. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Luttrull, Ralph S. 28 Sep 1914 - 20 Mar 1968 CCR 21 Mar 1968 p5
[Note: Son of Elmer Lawrence & Lucy A. ( ) Luttrull; married Uldenia 5 Mar 1915 - 10 Apr 2000]
Ralph S. Luttrull, 53, a resident of Rock Castle Apartment, Springfield, was found dead in his apartment shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday by his landlady, Mrs. Lilli Van Horn. Mr. Luttrull was employed at Electric Motro Service Company. He had called there at 8 a.m. Tuesday saying that he felt ill. Thursday, an employee tried to call him several times, gat a busy signal and decided to check. The employee and the landlady entered Mr. Luttrull’s apartment and found him dead, sitting in a chair with the phone in his hand, Police believe he may have died shortly after making the call Tuesday. A brother, Don Luttrull, Sparta, said his brother suffered from a kidney ailment and may have had heart trouble. The brother survives. A resident of Springfield 25 years, Mr. Luttrull was a member of Masonic Lodge 422 and the Abou Ben Adhen Shrine. Surviving besides the brother, are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Luttrull, Bruner and four other brothers, Ray, Springfield, Stephen, Nashville, Tenn., Amos, Ozark, and Ronald, Springfield. Also surviving are five sisters, Mrs. Clarice Brown, Springfield, Mrs. Edrie Braden, St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Jane Cobb, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Christine Nimmo, Monett, and Mrs. Elloene Davis, Kansas City. Arrangements will be announced by Harris of Ozark.
Luttrull, Ralph S. 28 Sep 1914 - 20 Mar 1968 CCR 28 Mar 1968 p5
Funeral services for Ralph S. Luttrull, 53, of the Rock Castle Apartments, Springfield, who was found dead of apparent natural causes in his apartment on Wednesday, March 20 were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel in Ozark, The Rev. Ernest Hart officiated and burial was in Sparta Cemetery.
Luttrull, Terry Gene 3 Feb 1954 - 15 Mar 1966 CCR 17 Mar 1966 p1
[Note: Son of Donald & Jewell (Coffer) Luttrull]
Gun Accident Brings Death to Sparta Lad
Twelve-year old Terry Luttrull was the victim of a gun accident at his home east of Sparta on Hwy 14 Tuesday afternoon. Holding the heavy calibre gun which accidentally discharged was Terry’s twin brother, Gary. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Don Luttrull. Christian County Coroner described the accident by saying the twins’ older brother, Keith, 17, a senior at Sparta High School, had been shooting a .22 calibre rifle “out behind the house” and that he gave the gun to Gary to return to the gun rack about 3:45 p.m. Keith left to go to town, and Gary put the gun away but took a .30 calibre lever action rifle from the rack. Coroner Harris said the boy told him the chamber was empty, but he levered a shell from the magazine into the barrel. This cocked the hammer, and as Gary was holding the gun at his side, the hammer fell and the gun fired. The shot passed through an open door and struck Terry, standing in another room, in the lower part of his chest, killing him instantly. Harris said no inquest is planned. Besides his parents and brothers, Terry is survived by another brother, Denny, of Corning, Calif.; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luttrull, of Elkhead and his maternal grandparetnss, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coffer of Sparta. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday inb the Harris Funeral Home Chapel at Ozark, with Rev. James Applegate, assisted by Rev. Clifford Day, officiating. Burial will be in Sparta Cemetery.
Luttrull, Uldenia (Hodges) 5 Mar 1915 - 10 Apr 2000 CCH-N 19 April 2000
[Note: Daughter of Andrew Jackson & Rhoda (Gray) Hodges; married Ralph S. Luttrull 28 Sep 1914 - 20 Mar 1968]
Uldenia Luttrull, 85, Springfield, passed away Monday, April 10, 2000, in her home. She was born March 5, 1915 to Andrew Jackson and Rhoda (Gray) Hodges in Ava. Uldenia lived her younger years in Ava and attended Roy Grade School. She later moved to Springfield where she was a seamstress in a garment factory. She was a faithful member of Oak Grove Assembly of God Church, Springfield. She was preceded in death by both of her parents, three sisters and a brother. Uldenia is survived by two nephews, five nieces, and many friends. Graveside services was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 13, 2000 in Sparta Cemetery with Rev. Tom Johnson officiating under the care and direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Visitation was held Wednesday, April 12, 2000 from 12 to 6 p.m. in the funeral home.
Lydard, ? died 15 Jul 1911 CCR 21 Jul 1911
[Note: Son of Frank & ? ( ) Lydard; no legible tombstone in Carter Cemetery]
The little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lydard died last Friday night and was buried in the Carter cemetery Saturday.
Lydick, Maola (Brizendine) 10 May 1904 - 3 Sep 1989 NN-E 7 Sep 1989
[Note: Daughter of William C. & Mary Elizabeth (Huffman) Brizendine; married 1 Jul 1921 James Claude Lydick]
Maola Brizendine Lydick, 85, of Ozark, died Sept. 3 at the Nixa Park Care Center. The body was cremated under direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home South, Springfield. Burial will be in the Adams Cemetery, Tarseny, at a later date. Memorial services for Mrs. Lydick are planned for a later date at the Greendale Baptist Church in Kansas City. Mrs. Lydick was born May 10, 1904 at Tarseny to the marriage of William C. and Mary Elizabeth (Huffman) Brizendine. She was married July 1, 1921 to James Claude Lydick, and lived for most of her life in the Kansas City area, where she was a member of the Greendale Baptist Church: She was preceded in death by her husband, Claude; by two daughters, Alice May and Betty McVay, and by a brother and a sister. Surviving are two daughters, Dorothy Evers and her husband, Bill, of Rogersville, and Claudette Kinnison and her husband, John, of Ozark; a brother, Carroll Brizendine, Harrisonville; a son-in-law, Ed McVay, Independence, a granddaughter, Wilma McNiel, and her son, Bill Berry, Lee's Summit; and three grandsons, Eric and Craig Kinnison, and Terry M. Evers. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Greendale Baptist Church or to the Ronald McDonald House of Springfield.
Lyle, Morton C., Lt. 1925 - 7 Aug 1957 CCR 15 Aug 1957 p1
[Note: married Barbara Day]
Military funeral services for Lt. Morton C. Lyle, 32, killed in the crash of a Navy patrol bomber in northern Italy on July 19, were held Wednesday, Aug. 7 at Cape May, N. J. Survivors include his wife, the former Barbara Day of Chadwick, Mo, two daughters, Pamela, 2 and Debra, 5. Engaged in the automobile business at Cape May, he was on Naval Reserve flight duty at the time of his death.
Lyman, Amanda A. (Patterson) 23 Mar 1847 - 14 Oct 1927 CCR 20 Oct 1927
[Note: Daughter of William G. & Armentia (Sessions) Patterson; married Lawson Lyman]
Funeral services for Mrs. Amanda Lyman, 80 years old, who died Friday morning at her home at 813 South Missouri avenue, after a lingering illness, were held at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon at the residence, with the Reverend E. F. Leake, pastor of South Avenue Christian church officiating. Burial was in Dodson cemetery under direction of the Alma Lohmeyer Funeral home. Mrs. Lyman, who moved on the region 74 years ago, settling on a farm near Galloway, is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Frank West, two sons, J. L. And A. J. Lyman, and one brother, F. L. Patterson, all of Springfield. -- Springfield Daily News.
Lyman, Amanda A. (Patterson) 23 Mar 1847 - 14 Oct 1927 CCR 20 Oct 1927
A number of Ozark people attended the funeral services of Mrs. Amanda Lyman in Springfield last Saturday: Mesdames J. C. Young, C. P. Cox. H. V. Reid, W. L. Hixson, S. S. Lawing, Spivy, and R. R. Farthing; Mr. J. A. Kerr and Gene Farthing