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15 In Memory Vernon C. Reichle, 90, of Lincoln died at 7:15 p.m. Sat- urday, February 28, 2015 at St. Clara's Manor, Lincoln. In Memory Noah Stauffer, Jr. 88 of Clin- ton passed away peacefully !nto the arms of Jesus at 4:20 AM February 20, 2015 at Manor Court, Clinton. A private celebration of Noah's life was held 10 AM Tuesday; February 24 at the Calvert Funeral Home, Clin- ton. Rev. Timothy P. Stauffer, Jr. and Joe Packer officiated, fol- lowed by a graveside service at Laenna Cemetery, Chestnut. Noah was born March 27, 1926 in Ft. Wayne, IN the son of Noah and Gladys (Smitley) Stauffer, Sr. He married Pauline Mable Smith June 21, 1945 in Chestnut. Survivors include his wife, Pauline Mable Stauffer, Clin- ton; Son, Timothy Paul (Gloria) Stauffer, Kenney; Daughter in Law, Ruth Stauffer; Grandchil- Vernon was a Highway Engi- neer for Illinois Department of Transportation for 38 years. He proudly served in the U.S. Marines during W.W.II; He was a member of Holy Family Church of Lincoln; Attended the University of Illinois for three years; and was a member of the American Legion Post #263. Vernon was born August 26, 1924, in Lincoln, the son of Walter and Katherine Hinck Reichle. He married Agnes Willard June 25, 1949 at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Elkhart. She preceded him in death August 19, 2010. Vernon is survived by sons:Joe (Polly) Reichle of Lincoln; Jim (Mary Beth) Reichle of Centen- nial, CO; Jack (Tanya Conrady) Reichle of Lincoln; Jerry Reichle of Lincoln; daughters: Lou Ann (Dr. David) Mack of Spring- field; Mary (Luther) Leesman of dren, Rev. Timothy Stauffer Junior, Sabrina (Christopher) Burkiewicz, Christine (Brad) Rhodes; and Great-Grandchil- dren, Emmett Noah and Grady Wallace Rhodes. His Parents, Son, Allen Stauffer and Brother, James Stauffer, preceded him in death. Noah was a Charter member of the Clinton Assembly of God Church in Clinton and during the last 65 years, served as a church eider, a deacon, Sunday school teacher, Sunday school supervisor, and head of the Royal Rangers. Noah spent his life farming grain and livestock with his brother in DeWitt and Logan Hartsburg; Kate (Dave) Becker of Denver, CO; grandchildren: Rebecca, Alex, Kevin (Amanda), David (Molly), Tyler, and Steph 0ill, Ambroson) Reichle; Beth (Jason) Stephens, John (Sarah) Leesman, Mark (Kailey) Lees- man, Andrew and Jack Becker; and eleven great grandchildren. He was the last of his imme- diate family. Vernon was pre- ceded in death by his parents, wife, brothers: Walter William, and Dean; and a granddaughter: Megan Becker. Services were Thursday, March 5 at Holy Family Church, Lincoln. Rev. John Pham offici- ated. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lincoln, with full military rites by the Lincoln American Legion Post #263. Memorials: Carroll Catholic School in Vernon's honor. County. His years were spent tilling the earth, enduring with nature, and trusting in God for his provision of a bountiful har- vest year in and year out. He was known as June to wife of 70 years, Fluff to his son, Grandpa Junior to his grandkids, Brother Stauffer to his church family; but to Jesus, he was his precious child who was welcomed home in heaven with open arms. Now he knows heaven forever. Memorials can be sent to Noah and Pauline's favorite charity, Teen Challenge Illinois/ Audrey's Home for Women in Decatur. Submitted by family. m Steenbergen Cemetery Personnel Will Remove All Winter & Christmas Decorations and start the Spring Clean-up of the Cemetery March 31, 2o15. Patrons wishing to save any of these decorations are requested to remove them from the cemetery as soon as possible. Your cooperation is appreciated If you have any questions call 792-5793 CELL 217/871-5793 Steenbergen Cemetery Association - Mt. Pulaski Logan County Cemetery District 1238 1850th St- Lincoln Tom Skelton - Superintendent 217-732-2372 Logan County Cemetery District Will Remove All Winter & Christmas Decorations and start the Spring Clean-up of the Cemeteries Before April 1, 2015 Patrons wishing to save any of these decorations, live wreaths or grave blankets, are requested to remove them from the cemeteries as soon as possible. RULES ON DECORATIONS in County Controlled Cemeteries (Revised July 2007) 1 Nothing on the ground during mowing season, April 1 through October 15 -ie - Flowers, ceramics, toys, etc. (48 hours for birthdays and holidays only). 2 No glass or breakable containers will be allowed at any time. 3 No thorn or brier bushes of any kind should be planted. 4 All hanging baskets or shepherd hooks must be approved size and type. (6 foot by 1/2 inches. All hooks must be placed next to or over stones. (One hook per stone only) 5 No kind of enclosure, curbs, archways or hedging will be allowed around lots, graves, or stones. 6 Superintendent has the right to trim or remove any tree or shrubs that have become detrimental, un- sightly or inconvenient. 7 Superintendent has the right to remove any offen- sive object or objects, monuments or structures from lot. 8 No planting of any kind without written permission from superintendent as to what or where planted. 9 No kind of Decorative Rock will be allowed around Tombstone, Ledger plates or Individual Mausole- ums, Effective March 1, 1988 due to becoming a mowing hazard to the employees and the public. 10 The superintendent has the right to remove the decorative rock already present if not maintained in proper manner by the families concerned, 11 All Flowers in the Union Memorial Gardens Cem- etery area must be live and all plantings will be done by the Union Cemetery Trustees.