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2005-2015 Todd M. Singley 10 Years in.Heaven Though his smile has gone forever, / And his hand we cannot touch, / We still have so many memories / of the one we loved so much. Your Family Thank You For Kindness & Visits The Eldon (Doc) Huber family wishes to thank every- one for their many, many acts of kindness given us during the loss of our loved oneand for the visits you made to him while he was ill. Elizabeth Huber Manley Monuments Serving Families Since 1945 713 Hickox Dr.-Lincoln 735-4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo, com Third Generation Memorialists - Dena Manley & Terry Potts Dena Memorials Carving Tour Legacy in Stone! 1211 Fifth Street, Lincoln, IL 62656 Phone: 217-735-II9I Fax: 217-651-825o Outside Lincoln: 888-267-8603 Email: Don & Carolyn Manley Come see what real customer service is, your trip will be worth it! When you come through our door, whatever we can do to hdp, we will do it promptly, as well as courteously. Our goal at Delta Memorials is to be the BEST monument company to do business with! Markers, Monuments, Cremation UrnsMemorials, Monument Cleaning, Cemetery Lettering In Memory In Memory Edwin D. Stoll, 75, of Chest- nut, passed away at 5:45 P.M. Friday March 6, 2015 at his home. Edwin was bom on February In Memory Mary Frances Meister Smoak, known to her family and friends as Frances, died February 27, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Frances was born in Lincoln January 23, 1920 to Frederick Kenneth "Ken" L. Chap- man, 69, of Mt. Pulaski died at 1:06 p.m. on March 1, 2015 at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Ken was born on October 15, 1945 in Wayne County, son of George William and Doris Elnora Emmerling Chapman. He married Rosemary Wil- helm on February 9, 1968 and later divorced. He later married. Sheila Wilham Fults on June 30, 1984 and later divorced. He is survived by his sons: Kenneth L. Chapman Jr. of Mt. 6, 1940 in Lincoln to Richard and Reva Schmidt Stoll. He married Lorene Tendick on June 17, 1962 in Mt. Pulaski. She survives. Edwin is also survived by his son William (Julie) Stoll of Mr. Pulaski, two daughters, Debra (Tim) Smith of Houston, TX, and Janet (James) Samp- son of Pleasant. Plains, sister Barbara (Bill) Himley, 9 grand- children, Chelsea, Meghan and Jacob St011, Brendon and Ashley Gerdes, Ryon and Cody Smith, Britney Cowan, and Pam (Damian) Larson, and one great grandson Brayton Larson. Ed was a lifelong farmer and was active in the community having served on various boards including the Illinois Milk- ing Shorthorn Society, Logan County Farm Bureau, Agland Meister and Mary Frances Gut- tery Meister. She subsequently moved with her family to Mt Pulaski, where she went to high school. Frances attended Uni- versity of Colorado and Ameri- can University Law School. She moved to Washington, DC and married Marion Smoak in 1959. They moved to Aiken, South Carolina for 10 years, and then back to Washington, DC. She is survived by her children, Elmore Fitzpatrick Smoak of Bel Air, Maryland, Frederic Meister Smoak of Bethesda, Maryland, and Mary Frances Smoak Walde of Palm Beach, Florida, five grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Frances was extremely active civically: she was President of the Aiken, South Carolina Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, on the Women's Board of Colum- bia Hospital for Women in Pulaski; and Karl W. Chapman of Decatur; grandchildren: Ken- neth Leon Chapman III and Colin Chapman; and his sister: Freda Gibbs of Cornland. His parents and his brother, William Chapman, preceded him in death. Ken worked at State Farm for many years. He was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Masonic Lodge # 87. Cremation rites were accorded. Memorials: Donor's choice. FS Board, Beason Grade School Board and the Chestnut Men's Club. He was an active member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut where he served as trustee for several years. Ed was an avid bowler and bowled for over 50 years. He loved his family and enjoyed them being around. Services for Edwin will be 11:00 A.M. Wednesday March 11, 2015 at the Chestnut Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut with Rev. David Dunlop offici- ating. Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 P.M. Tuesday eve- ning at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Mt. Pulaski. Burial will be at Laenna Cem- etery in Chestnut. Memori- als may be made to the Zion Lutheran Church of Chestnut or Memorial Home Hospice. Washington, DC, very involved with The Heart Association in Aiken, South Carolina and in Washington, DC, and a long- standing member of The Inter- national Neighbors Club in Washington. She was also an accomplished a journalist and a member of The National Press Club in Washington, DC. She wrote a column for 10 years for the Aiken Standard called a "Letter from Washington" detailing humorous goings on in the Nation's Capital. A graveside service was held March 12 at Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations made in Frances' memory to The "Middleburg Humane Foundation, P.O. Box 1238,Middleburg, VA 20118. Services were entrusted to Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Mt. Pulaski. 14 t tO OI