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12 Two City Council Members Not Returning By Mike Lakin appointing someone to these John Poffenbarger and Tricia Aylesworth confirmed they were not running for re- election this April. Mayor Jim Fuhrer will be council seats. The procedure is, the mayor suggests his appointments to the council and the council accepts or rejects the appointments. Return of Premium Life Insurance Pays you back for living Unlike regular life insurance policies, Return of Premium Life Insurance rewards you for keeping the policy by guaranteeing to return your total cumulative premiums paid at the end of a 20-year term, if your policy is still in force. It's life insurance that pays you back for living. That's coverage that goes Beyondthe expected, rM Contact your Pekin Insurance Agent today about a money-back guarantee on life insurance, Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, " 124 S. Washin9ton St. Mr. Pulaski 792-5251 ilPdUkles Lifetime Member of St. John's Lutheran Church Lester J. Starr, 63, of Las Vegas, Nevada died at his residence on January 21, 2011. Cremation rites were accorded and there will be no memorial service as per his request. His parents preceded him in death. Mr. Starr was born July 14, 1947, the son of Lester and Naomi (Wilham) Starr. He was a carpenter by trade belonging to the carpenters union, but had went into retirement due to failing health. Survivors Include - Son - Matthew (Amanda), Start; Daughter - Angela Starr (Paul) Fleming; and Grand- daughter, Lilliann Pearl Flem- ing all of Springfield; and Sisters - Shirley Patterson of Mason City and Patricia Lipp of Mt. Pulaski. Lester was a lifetime member of St. John's Lutheran Church. MANLEY NUMENTS We guarantee the lowest price the highest quality monuments & craftsmanship milies since 1945 ICKOX DR. - LINCOLN 735 l 49"39 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. Future Discussion By Mike Lakin Mt. Pulaski City Council will be discussing the follow- ing at upcoming meetings... Issuing City Ordinance traf- February 5, 2011 tic tickets instead of issuing state tickets on traffic viola- tions. Increasing building permit fees. VietnamVeteran Lonnie Roher, 65, of Athens, In Mem0ry-- Roher e died January 18, 2011 at St. John's Hospice Funeral Services were Friday Jan. 21 at Mott & Henning Funeral Home. Rev. Chance Newingham officiated. Burial was in Camp Butler National Cemetery. His parents, a sister Juanita Perkins, and a brother Francis Roher preceded him in death. Mr. Roher was a truck driver fbr over 20 years and then later worked for Walmart. He was born December 27, 1945 in Cornland, the son of John and Marguerite Guffey Roher. Survivors Include - Sons - Thomas of Auburn, Brian of Mt. Pulaski, and Jamie of Virden; Sister - Linda Milner of Fancy Prairie; Sister-In-Law - Katherine Roher of Springfield; Cousin - Dennis Allen of Cantrall; Four Grandchildren; Aunt - Nadine of Cantrall; and several nieces & nephews. Mr. Roh er was a veteran of the Vietnam War. Memorials: American Cancer Society or "The Lonnie Roher Memorial Fund". 14-Year Veteran of Logan County Sheriff's Deputy Richard "Hoppy" Clampet, In Memory Clampet age 84, of Coulterville, died Saturday, January 22, 2011 at his home, surrounded by his loving family. Funeral Services were Wednes- day, January 26 at Pyatt Funeral Home. Burial was in Mueller Hill Cemetery, Pinckneyville, with full military rights by the DuQuoin American Legion Post #647 and DuQuoin V.F.W. His parents; wife, Genevieve; son, Richard; grandson, John Rentmeister, sisters, Madge Keller and Maxine Rolphs; and brothers, Lloyd and Raymond preceded him in death. Mr. Clampet worked for the Logan County Sheriff's Depart- ment for 14 years and was a coal miner for 30 years. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lincoln and the Fraternal Order of Police. He was born May 19, 1927 in Perry County, the son of Raymond and Lela (Taylor) Clampet. He married Genevieve Presswood in Lincoln on November 21, 1947. She preceded him in death on May 29, 2002. Survivors Include - Sons - Douglas (Julie) Clampet of Chest- nut and Thomas (Judy) Clampet of Anna; Daughters - Brenda (Willie) Rentmeister of Mt. Pulaski and Nancy Knope of Coulterville; Sisters - Emma Schubert and Nina Goldman both of Tamaroa; seventeen grandchildren; twenty six great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Richard was'of the Baptist faith and was a veteran of the United States Navy Seabee's serving during World War II. He enjoyed woodworking and dearly loved spending time with his family. Memorials: Donor's Choice.