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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009 - PAGE 12 I- Deaths I GLEETA NOTHNAGEL Gleeta P. Nothnagel, age 98, formerly of La- Grange, Mo., died on Sat- arday, May 16, 2009 in the Lewis County Nursing Home. She was born Febru- ary 3, 1911 in Clarence, Missouri the daughter of Ernest and Esther Moore MARY ANN KEMPE Mrs. Mary Ann (At- nold) Kempe, 73, of Lew- istown, Mo., passed away surrounded by her family on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 3:45 p.m. at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill. She was bom on Oc-" tober 12, 1935, in Sedalia, Mo., and was the daugh- ter of Edgar and Margaret McElroy Arnold. She was JOHN F. TRIPP F. Tripp, age 58, Quincy, Ili., died Saturday, May 16, 2009 in his home. Visitation will be Fri- day, May 22 from 4-8 pan. at Hansen-Spear Funeral Home, Quincy, Ill. Funeral services are Saturday, May 23, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. in the Merillat Chapel at Culver Stockton College with the Rev. John Wood. On March 26, 1933, raised from an early age by Stemple and the Rev. Dawn she married Carl Edward Clara Reddick of Taylor, her Aunt Mary and Uncleand Lewis County HealthStemple officiating. Nothnagel in Clarence, Mo.; four grandchildren: Herb Studer and later by Department. Inurnment will take Missouri. He preceded her Vicki Wright and her hus- her aunt and uncle, Beth Ann Kempe and Earl place in Forest Grove Cem- Schools Choral Music De- in death on July 21, 1987. band, Barry, of LaGrange, and George McElroy, recently celebrated their etery in Canton, Mo. partment or Quincy Ex- Mrs. Nothnagel worked Mo.; Barbara Bimson and Mrs. Kempe graduated54th wedding anniversary. Memorials may be change Club Philanthropic at Wright's Grocery Store her husband, Bradley, of from Ritenour High School She was a loving wife, made to the John and Barb Fund in Clarence and at Wool-Taylor, Mo.; James Lundin St. Louis, Mo., in 1953. mom, grandma, and friend. Tripp Scholarship Endow- Online condolences worth's in Quincy. She re- and his wife, Vandi, of She met her future husband She is survived by herment at Culver Stockton may be made at www.han- tired in 1973 after 21 years Concordia, Kan.; and Jerry Earl Kempe at the Univer- husband Earl L. Kempe College or Quincy Public of working for Brown Drug Lund and his wife, Kim; sity of Missouri-Columbia of Lewistown, Mo.; three Company in Quincy. of Taylor, Mo,; nine great where they were both stu- daughters, Deborah (Kem- Mrs. Nothnagel was grandchildren: Nathan and dents. They quickly fell in pe) Hurni and her husband sets new a member Emmanuel Shaina Wright both of La- love and were married on Andre of Yonkers, N.Y., Church of Nazarene,Grange, Mo.; Kent Lund April 16, 1955 in Jefferson Cindy (Kempe) Lord and guidelines for WIC program where she was very active and his wife, Marci, of City, Mo. her husband Eric of Pueb- New income guidelines the program by making an as both a Sunday School Kansas City, Kan.; Amber Mr. Kempe served in lo, Colo., and Mary Beth for participation in the nu- appointment at a local WIC teacher and a Steward. Mrs. Brown and her husband, theAir Force for three years (Kempe) Gaspich of Mill- trition program for Women, office. Offices in Missouri Nothnagel was also very Phillip; Julie Cochran and while they started their town, N J; a son, Richard Infants and Children have can be found at www.dhss. involved with a weekly her husband, Willie, all family and then Ann Kem- Earl Kempe of Quincy, Ill.; been adopted by the Mis' mo.gov/wic/locations. nursing home ministry. She of Concordia, Kan.; Brit- pe converted from a city a grandson, Richard Earl souri Department of Health html or in the phone book received a Distinguished tani, Andrew and Elizabeth girl to a country gal when Kempe II, and two grand- and Senior Services. under county services. Service Awardfortheself- Bimson, and Michael Lund, they settled at the Kempe daughters,AlyssaandCait- The program, common- During the appoint- less contributions that she all of Taylor, Mo.; three Farm in Lewistown. She lin Gaspich. ly known as WIC, seeks to ment, applicants need to made to her church family great great grandchildren; taught third grade, classes Also surviving are two throughout the years, a sister, Dicy Claussen of in Monticello and Ewing aunts, Mary Cook of Min- improve the health of low- provide family income and moderate-income fami- information and proof of Mrs. Nothnagel was Clarence, Mo.; and several and afterward substituted neapolis, Minn., and Rita lies by providing access to residency and identity. well known for her won- nieces, nephews and great for many years within the Fay Warren of Sedalia, nutritious foods and helping They also need to answer derful cooking and for nieces and great nephews, school system. Mo.; several cousins in- to develop healthy habits, questions about past and i i her talent for sewing and In addition to her hus- She was Earl's part- cluding, Dorothy Lee Hol- The program is provided at current health, have their i! quilting. She also enjoyed band she was preceded ner in life and business, lenbeck, Gene Hollenbeck no costto eligible mothers, height and weight taken, i gardening, and in her later in death by her parents, a and played an instrumen- and Mrs. Daryl Sloan; a babies and children, have a finger-stick blood years, she spent much ofgrandson, Joey Lund, and tal role in managing the sister-in-law Doris Lindley WIC also provides in- test done (except for ba- her time tending the flow- two sons-in-law, Fred Red- Kempe farms. Through the and her husband Charles of formation about healthy bies up to 9 months old), ers in her garden, dick and Howard Lund. years, she looked forward Houston, Tex.; nieces and eating, nutrition and breast- and talk with a health , Her greatest love, Visitation was Mon- to homecomings with thenephews of the late James feeding and refers partici- professional about nutri' however, was her ram- day, May 18, at the Hansen children andgrandchildren, and Rosemary Kempe andpants tootherhealth-related tion education and health ily. She treasured the time Spear Funeral Home. especially at Christmas. a first cousin, Frank Kemp services, needs. If eligible, families spent with her children and Services were held An award-winning cook, of Quincy, Ill. The program is limited will receive vouchers to grandchildren. Mrs. Noth- Tuesday, May 19, 2009, at she enjoyed sharing her She was preceded into families with incomes buy specifiedfooditemsat ' nagel s home was always the Emmanuel Church of specialties with others and death by her parents and of up to 185 percent of the authorized grocery stores, and freely open to any of the Nazarene with the Rev. was famous for her piesher uncle and aunt, George federal poverty level,which The program,formally her family or friends who Jim Frye officiating. Burial at church functions. She and Beth McElroy. is adjusted annually based known as the Special Sup- needed it. Her place was a was in Greenmount Cem- overcame her fear of waterVisitation will be Wed- on the cost of the living, plemental Nutrition Pro- home away from home for etery, to enjoy swimming at the nesday evening from4 until Families must also meet gram for Women, Infants many of her nieces, neph- Memorials may be YMCAin Quincy with new 8 p.m. at Arnolds Funeral other eligibility guidelines and Children, is funded l ews and friends who lived made to Emmanuel Churchfriends on a regular basis. Home in Lewistown, Mo.to participate, by the U.S. Department of with her at one time or an- of the Nazarene or Lewis Passersby could frequently Funeral services will Missouri residents can Agriculture. other. County Nursing Home find her in the backyard be held Thursday, May find out if they qualify for Survivors include two Online condolences hanging clothes on the line 21, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. at daughters: Mildred Lundmay be left at www.han- or mowing the front lawn. the Park United Method- Omnibus Crimes Bill Passes in both of LaGrange, Mo., and She enjoyed the hobby of ist Church in Lewistown, .... ........ , collecting antique bowls So., with Pastors Olivia Senate and the House Chambers KENNETH HUSTON Mr. Kenneth Hus- ton, age 89, of Claremore, Okla., formerly of La- Grange, Mo., died Sunday, May 10, 2009 at the Veter- ans Center in Claremore. He was born June 23, 1919 in Mooresville, Mo. a son of Cyrus and Mary Adeline King Huston. He married Christena Mac Richardson in Chillocothe, o.,onApril 16, 1937. She ed June 28, 1994. He served in the Navy ih 1943 until 1945 aboard the USS Kimberly. He had been a self employed Barber in La- Grange 20 years and also at Jamesport, Mo., for 25 years. He was a member of the LaGrange Lions Club, Jamesport Masonic Lodge, Jamesport V.F.W. and the First Baptist Church of La- Grange. Survivors include two bns Roger Huston of Tul- sa, Okla., and William Hus- ton of Austin, Tex.; three grandsons Eric Huston of Charlotte, N.C., Ryan Hus- ton of Los Angles, Calif., and Chris Brockman of Oklahoma City, Okla., and one granddaughter Marqui Hancock of Sapulpa, Okla., and six great grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter Charlotte Ann Huston in 1938, two half brothers Otis Walker and Ruby Walker, a half sis- ter Carrie Walker Hoover, tWO sisters Mary Dupy and Pauline Weir and a brother in infancy. Visitation was Thurs- day, May 14, 2009 at Da- vis Funeral Home in La- Grange. Funeral services were Friday, May 15, 2009 at the Davis Funeral Home in La- Grange. Burial was Friday in Locksprings, Mo. Pallbearers were Amos Martin, Ron Six, Meloy Stahl, Steve Griesbaum, Jerry Logsdon and Ernest Martin. The family suggests memorials be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Online condolences may be left at davisfh@ century tel.net. LEWIS RENDER Lewis LeRoy Render. 40, died April 20, 2009 in Highland Springs, Va. He was born Louis LeRoy Robertson V. in Scottsdale, Ariz.. to Sharon Sue McGinnes Render and Louis LeRoy Robertson IV. He grew up the Scottsdale/ Phoenix area where he at- tended school and was a graduate Central High School. He 'was a runner for Tonalea grade school and represented the city of Scottsdale when he was in the sixth grade. He attend- ed church in Arizona. He moved to Canton in 1996 with his brother and then to LaGrange in 1997 with his mother. He enjoyed writing, drawing, and sculpting, fishing and being with fam- ily. He worked doing me- chanical work for many years and liked working on old computers and commu- nication devices. Survivors include his daughters, Sarah and Syd- ney, mother of his children, and pitchers which she dis- played in their home. She created a beautiful home setting with her flower planting inside and out and with bird houses surround- ing the landscape. Mrs. Kempe was a life-time member of Park United Methodist Church in Lewistown, Mo., and a long-time member of the We Modems Club. Known for her generosity and com- passion, she frequently vis- ited neighbors and friends in nursing homes and hos- pitals. She contributed to maintenance of the Lewis- town Park and the Lewis- town Cemetery. In serving her com- munity, she started the lo- cal Girl Scouts troop and served on the Boards of the Prairie View Rest Home Ann Bruner, and stepchil- dren Charlie and Casey. Also surviving are his parents, a brother, Benja- min, a sister, Julie, a niece and nephew, an uncle, Gerry McGinnes, and aunt, Marti Terven and many cousins. Services were held at The Living Hope Church in Highland Springs, Va., and cremation rites were handled by the Cremation Society of Virginia. There will be a celebra- tion of his life held for fam- ily and friends in Quincy, Ill., in October. and Delbert Earlywine of- ficiating, assisted by Rev. Eloise Marx with burial in the Lewistown Cemetery. Music is provided by Mary McConnell, pianist and yrna Wear vocalist. Pallbearers are Rick Kempe, Dale Neisen, Dick Vaughn, Leland Phillips Bill Hinkle and Bob Sell- ers. Memorials may be made to the Park United Methodist Church or to the Lewistown Cemetery. Online condolences may be left at www.ar- noldsfuneralhome.net. Both the Senate and the House have passed the Om- nibus Crimes Bill. Passed with three hours of the ses- sion left, this bill enforces tightening restrictions on those who are involved in cattle theft. This bill will raise the penalty for cattle theft from a class C to a class B felony, which requires a sentence of 5-15 years in prison. It also requires the convicted persons to serve a mini- mum of 80 percent of their sentence. Steve Willard, presi- dent of Missouri Cattle- men's Association, said, "I applaud the rural legislators for recognizing the impact of cattle theft on our state and for taking initiative to fight against those who are involved in the crime." Veterinarians must open any record of the live- stock to be inspected by the department of agriculture to determine the origin and destination of that animal. Cattle theft has be- come a large problem in Missouri. Since 2004, over 3,300 head of cattle have been stolen. O Do you need a safe place to stash your cash? more stable than the stock market and more secure than a mattress! get a great rate I .. i' II