Daryl D. Mitchell 1931 – 2016

Daryl D. Mitchell

1931 – 2016 Obituary 

Daryl D. Mitchell Obituary
1931 – 2016
Salt Lake City, UT-Daryl D Mitchell “Mitch”, our devoted Husband, Father, Papa, Great Grandpa, Uncle and Friend passed away August 22, 2016 after a valiant battle with colon cancer.
He was born June 7, 1931 to Florence Mitchell and John Anthony Mitchell and was the youngest of three girls and five boys.
Daryl grew up in Salt Lake City and graduated from South High. He served his country in Korea from 1951 – 1953 during the Korean Conflict and was Honorably discharged. Daryl was a keen businessman and extraordinary salesman. He conducted his business affairs with integrity, honesty and fairness. At a young age he was in the jukebox business traveling on Route 66 and throughout many western states. He owned and operated the Market Lounge and the Cotton Club in the 50’s and 60’s. He later got into the light construction business owning and operating Contractors Builders Supply & Contractors Builders Mortgage for over 40 years.
Daryl was an exceptional scratch golfer and thoroughly enjoyed the game along with fishing and boating. For many years he loved spending time with his family on their boat in Flaming Gorge.
He had a 40-year love affair with his beautiful wife and together they traveled the world extensively; riding elephants in Thailand, climbing the Great Wall in China, traveling to every city in South America, Tahiti and all through Europe including Italy, Greece and Switzerland.
Daryl was a loving husband and amazing father and grandfather. He was a kind and generous man with a wonderful sense of humor and we will all miss him and keep him in our hearts forever. He was a man’s man, a class act and a loyal, selfless friend to the end.
Daryl is survived by his loving, caring wife, Shirley; son Christopher Crawford (Sandy); daughters Shauna Segundo (Leroy), Yvonne Sauer (Allen D.), and Nancy Glover (Shad); along with 8 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters Evangelina Dowsett, Eldora Mitchell, Deona Wright; and brothers Jean, Marley, Ivan and Jimmy Mitchell.
Friends are invited to celebrate his life on Friday, August 26th from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City. Please use complimentary valet parking on the north side of the building. Graveside service will be held on Saturday, August 27th at 11:00 AM at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1702 East 10600 South, Sandy.
Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.starksfuneral.com where memorial tribute video is forthcoming.

Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Aug. 25, 2016

 

Mary Alice (Newton) Johnson

Mary A Johnson . 1920-2016

SKIDMORE, Mo. Mary A. Johnson, 96, of Skidmore, passed away on Tuesday, August 22, 2016, at the Nodaway Nursing Home, Maryville, Missouri.

Mary was born on January 20, 1920, in Skidmore.

Her parents were Myron B. and Jessie Mildred Dawson Newton. They preceded her in death.

She was also preceded by: her husband Birt Johnson, in 2013; her siblings, Leona Newton, Homer Newton, Fred Newton, Lou Diggs, J.E. “Hooker” Newton, George Newton, Beth Bonner, Dixie Collin, Judy Flynn, Myron Bolivar “M.B.” Newton Jr., and Jerry Newton, both in infancy; son-in-law, James W. Wilson; and grandson, Ryan Serfoss.

Mary graduated from the Skidmore High School, class on 1938. In her 50s, she graduated from the second LPN program from NWMSU, in Maryville. She worked for many years as a LPN at the St. Francis Hospital in Maryville.

Her memberships included the Skidmore Christain Church and the Skidmore Chapter of O.E.S.

She married Birt H. Johnson on October 23, 1938, in Skidmore, and he passed away on May 1, 2013.

Apart from a few months the family spent in San Diego, California, she lived all her life in Skidmore.

Mary leaves behind her two daughters, Connie Wilson, Centennial, Colorado, and Sharon (Kenny) Strauch, Skidmore; fourgrandchildren, Kelly (Brett) Coffelt, Kansas City, Missouri, Casie (Angie) Strauch, Salem, Nebraska, Tama Serfoss, Westminster, Colorado, and Tyson Serfoss, Lakewood, Colorado; her sister, Inez Boyer, St. Joseph; five great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandson; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Newton, Maryville; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Graveside services and burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 26, 2016, at the Hillcrest Cemetery, Skidmore.

The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, August 25, 2016, at the Bram-Danfelt Funeral Home, Maryville.

Memorials are suggested to the Tri-C Nurtrition Center, Maitland, Missouri, Newton Hall, Skidmore, or SSM Hospice, Maryville.

For online condolences and guest book, visit http://www.bramfuneralhome. com. As published in the St. Joseph News-Press.

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we will miss you Aunt Mary

Steven Michael Law, age 56, passed away July 28, 2016, with his family by his side. He struggled against complications of a severe case of gallstone pancreatitis for over 5 months.

Steve was born to Scott Milan Law and Margarethe Elizabeth Myklebost, on January 22, 1960 in Neubrücke, Germany.

Graduating from Mesa Verde High School of Citrus Heights, California in 1978, he was called to the Munich, Germany mission and served from 1979 to 1981. He married to Connie Merryweather on September 17, 1982 and attended BYU, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in German Literature. They moved to California, where he obtained a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from UCLA. After working for the New York Public Library and returning to west coast to work in the Law Library for the State of California in Los Angeles, he moved to Provo, Utah with his family.

He worked for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Family History Library in Salt Lake City for 25 years and the Provo City Library for 21 years. For over 2 decades he managed 55-60 hour work weeks, as well as a long commute, where he made many friends, on the bus and the train and at his work.

In high school he ran track and played tennis; later he ran the St. George Marathon at 24, qualifying for the Boston Marathon with an impressive time of 3:24:00. He enjoyed ping pong, hiking and camping, old movies, science fiction, and trivia. Throughout his life, he studied Mormon History, Family History, Philosophy and Theology.

He will be remembered for his enormous variety of interests, and as he used to say, “There are no uninteresting things, only uninterested people.” He loved puns and wordplay just like his Dad, and will be remembered for his wry sense of humor.

He is survived by his wife, Connie, and his 4 children, Mykle (Sarah), Keaton, Jennessa (Joshua) Fulton, and Connor, his sister, Glenda, and his two grandchildren, Lukas and Charlotte. He was loved by a great many people, and had friends all over the world from the Phillippines, Australia and Germany in his work for Family Search, the LDS Church’s website for family history research.

He was a practicing Latter-day Saint, and managed a calm, quiet, and stable approach to his curiosity that belied the sometimes difficult nature of the questions he researched. He was always available to help others with family history questions, and, when asked, provided mature perspective to his children on gospel matters.

He was a great resource to those around him, always knowing where to look for answers, when he didn’t know them himself. He was wise enough to suspend judgement, and he was well-read enough to reflect to others the important ideas they needed.

There will be a viewing August 4th, from 6-8 PM at the Provo Parkway Stake Center at 2801 West 620 North. The funeral will be held August 5th, at 11 AM at the same location with a graveside service directly afterwards at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery.

 Provo, UT

HUTSON— Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO July 2016

 

Donald G. Hutson

1926-2016

Donald G. Hutson, 89, Bolckow, Missouri, passed away, July 14, 2016 at Nodaway Nursing Home in Maryville.  He was born August 24, 1926 in Whitesville, Missouri, to James and Lois (Powers) Hutson. He married Donnelle Dunn in Carthage, Missouri, on April 6, 1954 and she survives of the home.

Don retired from the Burlington Northern Railroad after more than 30 years of service. In his younger days, he’d work all night for the railroad, come home to sleep a few hours and then go help a friend or neighbor farm. He was a man who spoke his mind and always had a good story to tell. Don enjoyed watching sports and old westerns on TV, he loved animals and always had at least one pet.  He also had more than one deck of cards with the numbers worn off from playing solitaire so much!

Don is survived by one son, Mike (Marie) Hutson of Bolckow; two daughters, Marcia (Matt) Webb of Cameron, Missouri and Michelle Baker of Bolckow; nine grandchildren, Erin Roberts, Jacob Hutson, Joy May, Holly Sossi, Hunter Smith, Zach Smith, Faith Baker, Bob Atkins and Teresa Askins; eight great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild and one brother, Russell (Wanda) Hutson of Smithville, Missouri. He was preceded in death by his parents and five brothers.

Visitation for family and friends will be from 1:00-2:00 p.m. Thursday, July 21, 2016 at Breit-Hawkins Funeral Home in Savannah, Missouri. A memorial service will follow at 2 p.m. at the funeral home with internment at the Bolckow Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Bolckow Cemetery Fund, PO Box 47, Bolckow, Mo.  64427.

Also the family has requested casual dress for the service.

GUMM — Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO July 2016

 

Hubert E. Gumm

1931-2016

Hubert E. Gumm, Maryville, Missouri,  passed away at his home Monday, July 18, 2016 surrounded by his family.

Hubert was born February 3, 1931 to Morton and Rena Breshears Gumm, in Weaubleau, Missouri. He graduated from Weaubleau High School in 1948. On September 18, 1950 he was united in marriage to Maxine Murray.

Hubert was a member of the First Baptist Church, Maryville.

He was a 40+ year member, and Past President, of Host Lions Club, Past President of Chamber of Commerce and Past President of Eagles Lodge #3669, Maryville.

His favorite past-times were hunting, fishing, bowling and spending time with family. Maxine Gumm passed away June 18, 1997.  In 2000, he married Viola Peery Acklin.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Maxine Gumm,  brother Harold Gumm and sister Dorothy Coffey.

He is survived by his three children: Steven (Becky) Gumm, St. Joseph, Missouri, Brenda (Dan) Rapp,  Weatherby Lake, Missouri, and Linda (Doug) Schieber, Grain Valley, Missouri; wife Viola, Maryville; three step-children: Lora Lea Acklin, St. Joseph, Alan Acklin, Ida Grove, Iowa and Carolyn (Dale) Buhman, Clarksdale, Missouri;  two brothers: Don Gumm, Warsaw, Missouri and Thomas Gumm, Camdenton, Missouri; eight grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren  and several nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends.

Hubert worked for MFA Exchange for 48 years, with 32 years in Maryville.  After retiring from MFA he started A+ Realty in Maryville, retiring from that in 2000. In 2000, he started his own rental business,  which he managed until his death.

A Visitation will be held Thursday, July 21, from 6-8 p.m., at Maryville First Baptist Church, where Funeral Services will take place Friday, at 11:00 a.m.

Graveside Services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, July 23 at Robinson Cemetery, Weaubleau, Missouri.

Memorials may be made to Maryville First Baptist Church or AseraCare Hospice.

HARVEY – SCHRUPP — Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO July 2016

 

Elizabeth Ann Schrupp

1937-2016

Elizabeth Ann Schrupp, 79, St Joseph, Missouri, died Friday, July 22, 2016,  at Golden Living Center,  Maryville, Missouri.

Elizabeth  was born June 25, 1937, in rural Nodaway County, Missouri to Fred Harvey and Maceol  Rose (Ulmer) Ellison.

She married Charley  William Schrupp September 8, 1997, in Oregon, Missouri.

She had worked for many years on the Assembly Line of the Energizer Plant in Maryville and also did upholstery work at her home.

She was preceded in death by her parents, first  husband Howard Constable, son David Richey, brothers Jerry and Fred Ellison.

Elizabeth is survived by her husband  Charley Schrupp, St. Joseph; daughter Diana (Glen) Dixon, San Lorenzo, California, step-daughters: Donna Griggs, Susan (Vince) Giannetta, Rhonda (Ron) Wethered, all of St. Joseph, and Glenna Schrupp, Coweta, Oklahoma; four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; brother Mack Harvey Ellison, Stover, Missouri and  three sisters: Margaret Kempf, Hopkins, Missouri, Anna Roberts, Skidmore, Missouri, and Freida Edwards, Independence, Missouri.

Visitation is  6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Monday, July 25, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, Missouri.

Funeral Services will be 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 26, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, Missouri with burial in Workman Chapel, Burlington Junction, Missouri.

SWINFORD – KERWIN — Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO July 2016

 

Ravenwood, MO: Arda M. Kerwin, 76, passed away peacefully, Thursday, July 21, 2016 at Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph, MO.

Arda was born December 31, 1939 in Highland, KS. The daughter of Marvin and Martena (Jensen) Swinford. She graduated from Stanberry R-II High School in 1958.

On April 25, 1959, Arda married the love of her life, Martin Kerwin. She was a very dedicated farm wife and mother of 4 children.

Arda enjoyed sewing, crafting, square dancing, and planning trips with family and friends. She enjoyed her trips to Branson and taking cruises to the Bahamas and Alaska. Arda was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church and St. Anne’s Altar Society in Stanberry.

Arda was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Darrel Swinford; nephew, Robbie; niece, Joy; brother-in-law, Ed Guard and sister-in-law, Mary Swinford.

Survivors include her husband, Martin, of the home, their children: Steven, Platte City, MO; Alan (Shannon), Ravenwood, MO; Susan (Brad) McMillen, Pelzer, SC and Amy (Richard) Messner, Stanberry, MO, 11 Grandchildren: Justin and Hannah Kerwin; Alex (Jolene) Kerwin, Ashley (Matthew) Henggeler, Kaity (Matt) Holtman; Collin, Tucker, Maggie & Logan McMillen; and Ryan & Benjamin Messner, 6 Great Grandchildren: Emilee, Lexi and Russell Kerwin, Trent and Anna Henggeler and Samuel Holtman, Sister, Marilyn (Bob) Alldredge, Fairfax, MO; Brothers, Jim (Sandy) Swinford, Kearney, MO and Kenny (Susy) Swinford, Omaha, NE; Sisters-in-law, Eva Herl, Holt, MO and Mary Jo Guard, Kansas City, MO; Brothers-in-law, Robert (Patsy) Kerwin, Houston, TX and James (Carol Ann) Kerwin, Grant City, MO, and many special family and friends.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, July 25, at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Stanberry, MO under the direction of Roberson Funeral Home, Stanberry, MO. Burial will follow in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Stanberry, MO. A Rosary will be held at 5:00 p.m., Sunday, followed by visitation until 8:00 p.m. at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation and/or Mt. Calvary Cemetery in care of Roberson Funeral Home, P.O. Box 153, Stanberry, MO 64489. Online condolences may be left at www.robersonfuneralhome.com