Diana always supported fundraising efforts for the American Legion. She served the organization with dignity, honor, and class.
He enjoyed his cabin on Swan Lake fishing, boating, and spending time with his family and friends.
Betty’s deep Catholic faith was evident throughout her life.
With his wife Cheryl, they enjoyed watching Shepherd’s Chapel on television for the past 16 years.
He was the one person that people came to when they needed help and he was always willing to lend that helping hand.
He retained his love of the sea from watching ocean-going ships from his favorite park in Wyandotte and always dreamed of owning a vessel.
She volunteered for many years with the Salvation Army and raised money for many local causes.
Patsy worked hard all her life, working until she was 84 years old.
Her mind was like a history book. She could tell more history of families and areas and happenings than most ever knew about.
William was a diehard fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and the University of Providence Argos.
She cared deeply for her friends and family and was devoted to her faith.
Over the course of her whole life, she was very active in the church.
He had a love for horses and the outdoors.
Golf became his favorite sport and he played it whenever the weather allowed.
Dennis always lived life on his own terms, experiencing many adventures along the way.