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Monday, November 29, 2021

Obituary - Paige Renee Grunig

Paige Renee Grunig, age 24, passed away on Friday, November 26, 2021 at Freeman Hospital West in Joplin, Missouri. A private family memorial has been scheduled. 

Memorial contributions can be made to the Paige Grunig Memorial Fund or to the Northeast Baptist Church of Clinton and can be left in care of the funeral home. 

Fond memories and condolences can be left at

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home in Clinton, Missouri.

Butler Junior High Wrestling News 11/29

The Butler Junior High Wrestling Team had their first home meet tonight. Another great night.

Preston Mallatt: 3-0.
Bryce Bedwell: 2-1.
Daryl Jarreau: 2-1.
Damian Alkire: 3-0.
Cohen Wilson: 3-0.

Next up we have another home meet on Wednesday with the junior high, varsity boys and girls.

Come out and watch the entire team take on Holden and Oak Grove!

Current records going into December:
Preston Mallatt: 15-2.
Bryce Bedwell: 10-3.
Daryl Jarreau: 13-5.
Damian Alkire: 15-0.
Cohen Wilson: 13-0.

Obituary - Kathi Jo Cain

Kathi Jo Cain, 49, Milo, MO passed away on Sunday, November 28, 2021 in Leawood, KS at the Healthcare Resort of Leawood following a lengthy illness. Kathy was born on March 8, 1972 in Lamar to Joe and Kathy (Wilson) Rayburn. 

On October 9, 1993 she was married to Jerry A. Cain and he survives of the home. Kathy was raised in Bronaugh and graduated from Bronaugh High School in 1990. 

Kathy worked for KNEM/KNMO Radio for a number of years and also for Mainstreet Nevada for several years. Kathi enjoyed helping her children with raising and showing goats in 4-H and was very active with her children in West Point 4-H.

In addition to her husband Jerry, Kathi is survived by three children, Kieran Cain (Autumn) of Springfield, MO, Keilah Cain, Arma, KS, and Kimrey Rayburn of the home, her mother, Kathy Rayburn, Horton; two sisters; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Joe Rayburn, and a daughter, Chanci Jo Cain.

The family will receive friends from 5-7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada.

Memorials are suggested to Worsley Cemetery Association c/o Ferry Funeral Home.

Obituary - Tarah McIntyre

Tarah McIntyre, age 27, passed away on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at her home in Warsaw, Missouri. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, December 4, 2021 at Vansant-Mills Chapel in Clinton, Missouri. Visitation will be from 1:00-2:00 PM prior to the service.

Burial will follow in Englewood Cemetery in Clinton, Missouri. Memorial contributions can be made to the Hope House for Domestic Violence and can be left in care of the funeral home. Fond memories and condolences can be left online at

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home in Clinton, Missouri.

MoDOT News Release: Warmer temps are ideal for litter pickup

The weather outside’s delightful; let’s make the roads less frightful

Warmer temps are ideal for litter pickup

JEFFERSON CITY—As the unseasonably warm temperatures continue, Missouri Department of Transportation is looking for help removing litter from the state’s roadways.

“We’ve completed the last of our mowing for 2021 and this has the unfortunate effect of making litter more visible along Missouri roads,” said Natalie Roark, state highway maintenance director. “While the weather continues to cooperate, we’re hoping to encourage people to help out by cleaning their section of adopted roadway—before the winter snows set in.”

Since 1987, Missouri's Adopt-A-Highway program has involved volunteers across the state working together to clean up Missouri. Currently, more than 5,300 groups and 50,000 volunteers in the program are focused on making Missouri’s roadsides cleaner and more attractive for our residents and visitors. More than 6,400 miles of roadway have been adopted.

Last year, MoDOT spent $6.4 million to remove litter from more than 385,000 acres of roadsides along 34,000 state highway miles. Adopters perform about $1 million a year in litter cleanup and beautification efforts. In addition to volunteers and staff, MoDOT employs incarcerated crews throughout the state. Every area kept free of litter by these crews and adopters allows MoDOT to devote resources to other much-needed tasks.

The best way to prevent litter on Missouri roads is to not create it in the first place.

“It all starts with you,” Roark said. “Remember, if you don’t throw it out, we don’t have to pick it up. Every effort by the public to eliminate or clean up litter helps offset our trash removal costs and allows the department to put more money back into maintaining Missouri's roads and bridges.”

Here are some ways you can help:

Don’t litter. Keep a bag for trash in your car or truck and wait to dispose of it properly

Secure the load. Make sure nothing blows out or off of your vehicle into the roadway. In addition to creating litter, unsecured loads can be a safety hazard to the vehicles behind you.

For more information about how to join the Missouri Adopt-A-Highway program, go to

Obituary - Forrest DeVaughn Houk

Forrest D. Houk, age 87, peacefully passed away at his home in Clinton, Missouri, surrounded by his wife and family on Thursday, November 25, 2021. 

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Vansant-Mills Chapel with visitation from 1:00-2:00 PM prior to the service. 

Inurnment to follow in Parks Chapel Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation and can be left in care of the funeral home. Fond memories and condolences can be left online at

Forrest DeVaughn Houk was born on July 31, 1934 to Railey Edgar and Mary Ellen (Moulder) Houk in Clinton, Missouri. He was the fourth oldest of one brother and five sisters. The siblings who preceded him in death are as follows: Dorothy (Eugene) Loyd, Beatrice Pedro, Berniece Ellis, Leona (Bob) Hill, Vivian Ivaughn Houk, and Virgil (Buddy) Houk. He was also preceded in death by his Son-in-Law, David Allen Turner.

Forrest enlisted in the Navy in 1952 and served in the Korean war.

Forrest went to work for the Clinton Street Department, after his honorable discharge from the Navy, where he worked for forty-three years. The last twelve of those years, Forrest was the Supervisor of the Clinton Street Department, retiring in 1999. During his forty-three years of service to the City of Clinton, Forrest received many deserved awards.

Forrest had a dry sense of humor and enjoyed visiting with his family and friends. He liked to raise a big garden and do any outdoor work.

He leaves his devoted wife of 66 years, Wanda Lea (Green) Houk. Two children, Johnny DeVaughn (Barbara) Houk, and Vivian Irene (David) Turner. He leaves his eleven grandchildren, John Matthew Houk, Crystal Dawn Houk, Nichole Shawn (James) Brewer, John Seth Shumate, Ryan Scott (Cheryl) Houk, James David “JD” Turner, John Christopher Turner, Lacy Belinda (Sam) Wiseman, Jason Turner, Jenna (Eric) Robinson, and Chelsea Lauren (Alex) Longoni. Eleven great grandchildren, Hannah and Nicholas Brewer, Kaden, Cooper, and Kellyn Robinson, Matthew Ryan Houk, Ella and Mary Alice Wiseman, Reese Shumate, Chloe and Cyrus Houk. He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home in Clinton Missouri.

Henry County Health Center confirms 21 new positive cases of COVID-19

The Henry County Health Center (HCHC) has received confirmation there are 21 new positive cases of COVID-19.

--Chilhowee (Henry County)-0

This brings the total number of confirmed positive cases in Henry County to 3,235.

All contact tracing has commenced and all parties that have had close contact are being notified. HCHC continues to encourage residents to practice social distancing, washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or more, and to remain home if you are sick.

The CDC continues to recommend that individuals to wear a face covering when you are in public, and are unable to social distance, to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Obituary - William “Bill” Alan Sidwell

William “Bill” Alan Sidwell, 73, of Freeman, Missouri, passed away on Saturday, November 27, 2021 at his home in Freeman with his family by his side. 

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 1:30 pm at Atkinson Funeral Home in Harrisonville, with the family receiving friends from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm. 

Interment will follow in Freeman Cemetery in Freeman, MO. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Kansas City VA or a charity of your choice.

A complete obituary will be posted when it is available.

Obituary - Charles Everett Gose

Charles (Chuck) Everett Gose, 85, Nevada, passed away, surrounded by family on Saturday, November 27, 2021. Charles was born April 20, 1936 in Milo, MO to Cecil Edgar and Viola May (McKay) Gose. On July 17, 1954, he married his high school sweetheart, Jerry Sue Williams in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Chuck grew up in Milo, MO and graduated from Nevada High School Class of 1954. He was an over the road truck driver before turning to construction work closer to home. Then worked at 3M in Nevada and retired from there after 20 years of service. After retirement, Chuck and Sue spent several years traveling before returning to the Nevada area. He was an avid hunter and went on many hunting expeditions, hunting a variety of game. He always had a story to tell and loved to make people laugh.

Survivors include three children, Charles M. Gose, Hermitage, MO, Curtis Gose and wife, Kathy, Nevada, Susan Griffith and her husband, Scott, Arlington, VA; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren; two sisters from Lamar, MO, MaryAnn Krehbiel and husband, Howard, Carol Murray and husband, Tom, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, an infant daughter, Jerry Charlene Gose, one daughter-in-law, Regina Gose, and his brother, Raymond Gose.

A graveside service will be held at a later time.

Contributions may be made in his memory to Riverside Cowboy Church c/o Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, MO.

5th annual Jack Bearce Bike Drive

Rich Hill!! 

Structure Fire Sunday evening in Nevada

On Sunday November 28th around 5:25 p.m. the Nevada Fire Department along with mutual aide assistance from the Milo and Compton Junction Fire Departments responded to a structure fire at 817 N. Commercial in Nevada.

Nevada Fire Chief Troy Denney says when crews arrived on scene they found the garage to be in flames and the fire spreading to the home.

The Firefighters made entry to the home to control the flames and eventually put out the fire in the home of Larry Robertson Jr. 

The Missouri Fire Marshal was called to help with the investigation of the fire.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Reports Nine Fatalities; No Drownings, Boating Crashes Over 2021 Thanksgiving Holiday

November 29, 2021

Emphasis: Patrol Reports Nine Fatalities; No Drownings, Boating Crashes Over 2021 Thanksgiving Holiday

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports nine people died in traffic crashes during this year’s Thanksgiving holiday counting period--from 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 24, 2021, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, November 28, 2021. There were no boating crashes or drownings.

During the Thanksgiving holiday counting period, troopers report the following traffic statistics for 2021 (preliminary):

Crashes ─ 457
Injuries ─ 114
Fatalities ─ 9
DWI ─ 125
Drug Arrests ─ 72

[During the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday counting period, troopers investigated 307 traffic crashes, which included 10 fatalities and 86 injuries. Statewide, 12 people died and 379 people were injured in 1,166 traffic crashes over last year’s Thanksgiving holiday. Troopers arrested 99 people for driving while intoxicated during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday counting period.]

Troopers investigated all nine of the traffic crash fatalities. Three of the fatalities occurred in the Troop C, Weldon Spring, MO, area; three fatalities occurred in the Troop A, Lee's Summit, MO, area; and one fatality occurred in each of the Troop E, Poplar Bluff, MO, Troop G, Willow Springs, MO, and Troop H, St. Joseph, MO, areas.

Three people died Friday, November 26, 2021. Rita J. Overstreet, 59, of Doniphan, MO, died when she drove into the path of another vehicle. Overstreet was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, which occurred in Butler County on U.S. Highway 67 at Country Road 323. Dr. Guthikonda pronounced Overstreet deceased at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. A passenger in Overstreet's vehicle sustained serious injuries in the crash. She was not wearing a seat belt. The driver and passenger in the other vehicle sustained serious injuries in the crash. Neither were wearing a seat belt.

Jerry W. Cantrell, 77, and Delores J. Cantrell, 77, both of Independence, MO, died when the vehicle Jerry was driving crossed Missouri Highway 291 into the path of another vehicle. Both were wearing seat belts. Jackson County Medical Examiner's Office Investigator Lauren Hoff pronounced both Cantrells dead at the scene. The crash occurred in Jackson County on Missouri Highway 291 at Cement City Road. The driver of the other vehicle sustained serious injuries in the crash. He was not wearing a seat belt.

Two people died in traffic crashes on Saturday, November 27, 2021. Bradley A. Collins, 62, of Spickard, MO, died when the motorcycle he was operating failed to negotiate a curve and traveled across the center line, off the roadway, and struck an embankment. The motorcycle then came to rest on its side on the train tracks. Collins was not wearing a helmet and was ejected. The crash occurred in Grundy County on Missouri Route C at Spickard. Deputy Coroner Steve Tracy pronounced Collins deceased at the scene of the crash.

A 13-year-old from Cabool, MO, died when the vehicle in which she was a passenger traveled off the right side of the roadway, overturned, and struck a fence. She was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. The crash occurred in Texas County on Missouri Highway 181 two miles south of Cabool, MO. The Texas County Chief Deputy Rowdy Douglas pronounced the passenger dead at the scene. The driver, 14, and a second passenger,13, also from Cabool, sustained serious and minor injuries, respectively. Neither were wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

Four people died in traffic crashes on Sunday, November 28, 2021. Vatina A. Gillespie, 52, of Kingsville, MO, died when she began to pass a vehicle and struck another vehicle head on. She was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, which occurred in Johnson County on Missouri Highway 58 one mile north of Missouri Route F. Johnson County Coroner Clark Holdren pronounced Gillespie deceased at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle sustained minor injuries. He was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

A triple fatality traffic crash took the lives of Aliyah R. Tatum, 21, of Florissant, MO, Dion Martin, 24, of St. Louis, MO, and Kenrick G. Smalling, 24, of St. Louis, MO. The vehicle Smalling was operating was traveling too fast for conditions and he lost control. The vehicle started to slide, struck the left side of another vehicle, continued to slide, and struck a second vehicle. Smalling's vehicle then traveled off the right side of the road, started to roll, and struck a chain link fence. Neither Smalling nor his passengers were wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. The crash occurred in St. Louis County on Interstate 270 west of West Florissant Road. A member of the Ferguson Fire Department pronounced Smalling dead at the scene of the crash. Dr. Muller pronounced Martin deceased at Christian Hospital Northeast. Dr. Christensen pronounced Tatum deceased at SSM DePaul Hospital. The driver of the first vehicle Smalling's vehicle struck sustained moderate injuries in the crash; she was wearing a seat belt. Three passengers in that vehicle sustained minor injuries; all were wearing seat belts. The driver of the second vehicle Smalling's vehicle struck was not injured; he was wearing a seat belt.

There were zero boating crashes, zero boating fatalities, zero drownings, and zero boating while intoxicated arrests reported during the 2021 Thanksgiving holiday counting period.

NOTE: The fatality statistics in this news release could change if late deaths occur, or if other departments report fatal traffic crashes after this news release is sent out.

Follow the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Twitter @MSHPTrooperGHQ

Happy Retirement Mitch!

Congratulations are in order for Captain Mitch Phillips who is retiring after 28 years of service to the citizens of Cass County.

Osage Valley Electric Cooperative challenges you!

A few of our Osage Valley Electric Cooperative employees picked up trash between Business 49 and the railroad in Butler. What a big difference! It looks so much better. We are so proud of our community and want it to look great.

We want to #challenge other local businesses to spend just a few minutes cleaning up a neglected are near them while we still have this beautiful weather. Let's get this place clean and shiny by Christmas!

MDC reports young hunters harvested 3,477 deer during late youth portion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 3,477 deer during Missouri’s late youth portion of the 2021 deer hunting season, Nov. 26-28. Of the 3,477 deer harvested, 1,470 were antlered bucks, 383 were button bucks, and 1,624 were does.

Top counties for the late youth portion were Osage with 86 deer harvested, Franklin with 82, and Miller with 68.

Last year’s harvest total for the late youth portion was 3,967 with 1,467 being antlered bucks, 524 button bucks, and 1,976 does.

“After a breezy and cold Thanksgiving Day, we had some pleasant conditions for our young hunters to be in the woods during the three-day late youth portion,” said MDC Cervid Program Supervisor Jason Isabelle. “This year’s harvest total was the second-highest on record and nearly 20-percent above the five-year average.”

For current ongoing preliminary harvest totals by season, county, and type of deer, visit the MDC website at

For harvest summaries from past years, visit

Archery deer season runs through Jan. 15, 2022. The antlerless portion of firearms deer season runs Dec. 4-12 followed by the alternative methods portion Dec. 25 through Jan. 4, 2022.

Find more information on deer hunting from MDC’s 2021 Fall Deer & Turkey Hunting Regulations and Information booklet, available where permits are sold and online at

Drexel Bobcats Football Community Pep Rally

Everyone is welcome to attend a Community Pep Rally Thursday 9:15am at Drexel High School. 

Come out and wish the Bobcats luck as they travel to Columbia to face the Worth County Tigers for a 8-man State Football Championship!!! 


Obituary - Norma Jean Milligan

Norma Jean Milligan, 91, of California, MO passed away on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 at Jefferson City Manor. She was born on February 2, 1930 to Tillman Henry Birdsong and Margaret Pearl (Stinson) Birdsong in Kansas City, MO both of whom preceded her in death. 

She grew up in the Clarksburg area and graduated from Clarksburg High School in 1947. After graduation she worked at the pant factory in Tipton, then went to work as a bookkeeper at the ASCS office and International Harvester. On October 7, 1951 she was united in marriage to John Bert “J.B” Milligan. To this union three sons were born. She was a homemaker and farmwife until she began working in the Clarksburg School lunchroom when her youngest started school. She retired after thirty-three years of service. 

Norma was a member of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church since 1952. She enjoyed playing the piano and singing in the choir. After J.B.’s passing she moved to California. She volunteered and formed many friendships at the California Nutrition Center. Norma loved and enjoyed the family gatherings and traveling with her sister-in-law Frances Milligan. Her strong determination and faith brought her through polio, cancer, and covid. 

Survivors include three sons, Dan Wayne Milligan (Barta), Larry Lee Milligan (Ann), Ron Gene Milligan (Jackie); seven grandchildren, Kim Sutton (Mike), Amy Moles (Adam), Bryan Milligan (Jennifer), Tasha Milligan, Laura Lawson, Corey Bolles, Cara Lawson; and sixteen great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband J.B. Milligan and a daughter-in-law Peggy Milligan. Visitation will be held on Monday, November 29, 2021 from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. with a funeral service immediately following at 11:00 A.M. all at Bowlin Cantriel Funeral Home. 

Officiating will be Pastor David Griffith. Burial will be at Hickman Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church or California Nutrition Center. Arrangements are under the direction of Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, California, MO.

Missouri State High School Football State Championship Schedule

8-Man Championship:

Worth County (13-0) vs. Drexel (12-0)
Thursday December 2nd @ 7pm

Class 1 Championship:
East Buchanan (13-1) vs. Marceline (12-1)
Saturday December 4th @ 3pm

Class 2 Championship:
Lamar (13-0) vs Lutheran St. Charles (11-2)
Friday December 3rd @ 3pm

Class 3 Championship:
St. Pius X (Kansas City) (12-1) vs. St. Mary's (St. Louis) (11-1)
Saturday December 4th @ 11am

Class 4 Championship:
Smithville (12-0) vs. Hannibal (13-0)
Friday December 3rd @ 11am

Class 5 Championship:
Holt (13-0) vs. Webb City (10-3)
Friday December 3rd @ 7pm

Class 6 Championship:
CBC 48, Liberty North 21 
Game Played Saturday

One hurt in Henry County crash

On November 28th around 11:50 a.m. the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County along with Henry County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a one vehicle accident on Z Highway and SE 271 Road in rural Henry County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2016 Nissan Rogue driven by 61 year old Maria S. Hoffman of Deepwater ran off the roadway and overcorrected, ran off the right side of the roadway and stuck a tree and ditch.

Maria S. Hoffman sustained minor injuries and will seek medical treat at a later time.

Dry & Mild Weather Continues

Well above normal temperatures are expected through the week. The only chance for precipitation will be the chance for a quick passing sprinkle on Tuesday afternoon across northern Missouri. Thursday we will make a run at the record high of 70 set in 1956.

Way to go Jess!

Congratulations are in order for Jess Claibourn who has been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant for the Cass County Sheriff's Office. Way to go Jess! 


Congratulations are in order for Ben Barbarick who has been promoted to the rank of Captain with the Cass County Sheriff's Office. Way to go Ben! 

Obituary - Rhonda Maxine Enochs

Rhonda Maxine Enochs passed away on Friday November 26, 2021. She was born on September 15, 1961, in Lockwood, MO to Billy and May (Ridenhauer) Burton. Rhonda grew up in Lockwood, MO and attended Lockwood and Golden City Schools.

She married Robert Enochs on December 16, 1983. They stayed in the area and raised their children. Rhonda stayed active with her family and in her community.

She was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and worked several jobs before she finished her career with 13 years at Bristol Manor in Lamar, MO. She enjoyed playing bingo with her mom and cooking. Rhonda’s life revolved around her family and her work, and she will be missed by all. Rhonda is survived by her husband; children, Michael Enochs of Lamar, MO, Heather Vincent and fiancé Mike Hudgins of Neosho, MO, and Tara Pilcher of Sheldon, MO; grandchildren, Andrea Gastel, Keith Gastel, Jonathan Vincent, Jacob Vincent, Carrie Vincent, and Simon Jeffries; and great-grandchildren Braylee-Ann Culbertson, Kaeden Vincent, Layton Vincent, Rylan Vincent, Millie Vincent, and Brynlee Pugh.

She is also survived by her mother Mae Hurd of Mt Vernon, MO; and siblings, Ronnie Burton, Daryl Burton, Mickey Burton, Randal Hurd, and Brenda Sommerfeld; and many cousins, nieces, nephews, and other family members. She is preceded in death by her father, and stepfather Lester Hurd. A memorial service will be held at Konantz Warden Funeral Home on Thursday December 2, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the American Institute for Cancer Research or Kingspoint Cemetery in care of the funeral home.

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Obituary - Forrest Loyd (Tony) Reynolds

Forrest Loyd (Tony) Reynolds was born June 18, 1959, to Ruth (Hood) and Tom Reynolds of rural Roscoe, Missouri. He attended Roscoe and Osceola schools where he achieved high grades. 

He worked for Jr. Nitsche for many years on the farm near Roscoe, MO. He married Georgia Murphy and she blessed him with two beautiful daughters Keisha and Melanie, who he loved very much.

Tony also worked for Chem-Trol, and Motts in Rockville, Missouri. He worked other places as well and the last place he worked was for the Appleton City Cemetery, where he very respectfully cared for, and tended graves. He could often direct anyone to the correct location of anyone buried in the cemetery.

Tony was preceded in death by his parents, sisters: Patsy Ann Bailey, Mary Alice Hammond, and Jo Burrow, nephews: Jeff Hammond, David Hawkins, and niece Tori Helm.

He is survived by daughters Keisha and Melanie, aunt Irene Shepherd of Spring Valley, CA, sisters: Ellie Masten, Joyce Dantes, and Pam Dutcher, and many nieces, nephews and friends who will miss him!

Monday, November 29, 2021
10:00 - 11:00 AM
Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel

Memorial Service
Monday, November 29, 2021
11:00 AM
Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel