Funeral services were Monday at the Church of God Abrahamic Faith with Rev. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Arlo; one daughter, Jenifer Sue Robinson; one son, John William Robinson; one daughter-in-law, Lori Robinson; two sisters, Lorraine Donaldson and Myrtle VanFleet; and her best friend, her brother, Clarence H. He was a Vietnam veteran and a member of American Legion Post 6. In 1954, he founded Wilson's Lumber Mill in rural Astoria. Gwen was a little feather pom-pom squad member in high school and received her degree in Education and her Masters in Reading at Western Illinois University.
When invited, our faculty travel to the high school and lead the class. Alive, he had been the most notorious man in McDonough County. His most famous basketball team at Bloomington High posted a 23-3 record, ranked fifth in the state polls, won the Big 12 Conference, and went to the sectional, where it lost to Decatur. Buried on 20 Mar 1943 in Miner Cem. Please sign the guestbook and leave condolences at Posted About Three Weeks Ago Ann Barry, 89, of Macomb, formerly of Good Hope passed away at 3:24 p. He ran his last race in 2017 at the age of 88, and won.
Pamela Jean Pingel, age 70, passed away on Tuesday, February 12,2019 at 12:34 p. She called Noah Carmack who was passing by and he went to the bed to find Mr. Also surviving are three daughters, Joyce L. He leaves his mother, two brothers, Jefferson of Arkansas, Robert of west of Macomb and one sister Mrs. Until about seven years ago he was a farmer in the Raritan neighborhood but on account of failing health, he quit the farm and moved to Blandinsville. He worked at King-Sealey Thermos in Macomb for over 25 years. The family settled around Lebanon, Kentucky.
He was married some 14 years ago to Miss Murray whose parents reside in Kentucky. Parents: son of James and Teress Thompson Westlake, now deceased. Sometimes folks focus on the negative, but there is so much to be thankful for in our downtown area. Glenn Donna Gearing of Macomb and Mrs. Their residence on the farm was a log cabin; chinked with mud and built in the style of a century ago. Hollis attended Bushnell Schools and after his graduation in 1948 he enlisted in the Navy for 4 years, serving in the Korean War. The killing and what had led to it were ignored.
It was in October and the journey to this section was made in a two-horse buggy. He was a farmer all of his life. You can even call them at 309 421-0210. Kenneth Bishop and one in infancy, sister E. Martin-Hollis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Eaton is a writer, speaker and founder of Recklessly Alive Ministries who will share his story of surviving a suicide attempt. In 1950 she moved to Macomb and worked for Howe Motor Sales Lincoln-Mercury until Michelle was born.
She married Floyd Keith Barry in 1964. Worley has been afflicted with asthma for nearly 40 years and a few days ago seemed to contract a heavy cold which proved fatal. They first settled on a farm four and one-half miles southwest of Macomb, on which they resided for eighteen months, coming then to Macomb to live and spend the rest of their days. Macomb Daily Journal, Friday, March 19, 1943 Carl M. An interesting fact is that newspapers often have the Macomb Illinois obituaries of very famous people written in advance of their deaths. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. The remains were brought to Macomb last night and taken to Martin's undertaking parlors, where they were kept until this afternoon, when they were taken to the residence of his brother, David, 624 North Randolph Street.
His grandchildren, Taylyn, Alex, and Addison remember him as a loving and funny grandpa. She resided in Blandinsville and Macomb during her lifetime. Welch in Macomb and there has been no hope of his recovery for several weeks. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. She was buried in the family burying ground on the old homestead in Tennessee twp on Saturday. Spoon River College Outreach is offering a varied selection of photography classes for their spring semester.
Davis, Burlington, Iowa, Linda Zaske, Casa Granda, Ariz. Lodema Fawcett of Bartonville, Mrs. Preceded in death by: one grandchild, seven sisters and two brothers. Kelly Cassidy, Sara Feigenholtz, Robyn Gabel, Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, Greg Harris, Rob Martwick, Joyce Mason, Aaron Ortiz, Lamont Robinson, Anne Stava-Murray, and Maurice West. To be eligible for the Mother Moon Service Scholarship a student must meet the following criteria: - Be enrolled as a Junior at one of the accredited McDonough County high schools - Plan to attend an accredited public or private University, College, Vocational Technical school, or other post-secondary institution upon graduation from high school - Be a good example and role model for others - Demonstrate an attitude of caring by giving freely of their time and talent in service to others in their community - Have contributed at least 100 hours of service to their community within a 12 month period To find out more about the Mother Moon Service Scholarship and to apply, contact McDonough County United Way by calling 309-837-9180, or emailing for your application. If you need directions to our locations - click on the Directions link to the left. He later married Christy Creacy-Taylor on August 31, 1996 in Blandinsville.
She preceded him in death on November 7, 2018. She was also preceded in death by one brother, Charles Robinson. We have on-line condolences, grief literature and pre-arrangement forms. He also prepared plans for individuals and built and repaired furniture for members of his family. Kelly, pastor of the Blandinsville Baptist church, a former neighbor and friend of the family, and were attended by a large concourse of people, a goodly number of which were from Raritan and vicinity. She was preceded in death by her brothers James H.
Monday, February 4, 2019 at McDonough District Hospital in Macomb. Another passion she had was watching her grandchildren play sports. Brandon will be at 2:00 p. Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, Bushnell, was in charge of the arrangements. For almost 30 years she resided at Lafayette Square where she was a house-sitter and President of the resident association. They told a different set of stories - about the time he outwitted the police with two identical cars, or hid his liquor in the baptistery of the local church, or stood up to the Ku Klux Klan.