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Dena Memorials Markers, Monuments, Cremation UrnsMemorials, Monument Cleaning Cemetery Lettering i2ix Fifth Street, Lincoln, IL 62656 Phone: 217-735-xi9i Fax 217-651-825 Outside Lincoln: 888-267-8603 Email: denamemorials@gmail.com Owners Sales Consultants Dena Manley & Terry Potts Don & Carolyn Manley Dena Memorials is Lincoln and Logan County's only.. Family owned and operated monument company. Whether it's pre-need or at need you can count on our company to give you quality craftsmanship with affordable prices and prompt installation. We pride ourselves on giving you a lasting tribute for your loved one to remember you for a lifetime. Choose Dena Memorials because with us... You're part of our family not just a customer. In Memory lohrmie Belle Jarlo, 86, of Lincoln died Monday, March 3, 2014 at 9:40 p.m. at her home. A Celebration of Life Open House for Mrs. Jario was held Saturday, March 22 at the Lin- coln Elks Country Club. Cremation" Rites were ac- corded. Burial will be at a later date at St. Mary's Cemetery in Lincoln. Johnnie Belle Jario was born on May 30, 1927 in Savannah, Georgia the daughter of John A. and Verda Joyner Brunson. She was united in marriage to James D. Jario on April 11, 1945. Surviving are her children - Pam (Fred) Werth of Mt. Pulaski and Christine D. Lo- geman of Lincoln; grandson - James Paul In Memory James D. Jario, 91, of Lin- coln died Monday, March 24, 2014 at his home. A Mass of Christian burial was held Thursday, March 27 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Lincoln. Rev. Simon Taabu officiated. American Legion Post # 263 of Lincoln accorded military rites. Cremation rites were ac- corded. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at rural Lin- coln at a later date. James D. Jario was born September 13, (Chelsea) Logeman of Las . Vegas, NV; niece - Vickie C. Mitchell; and nephews - Roi A. Crapse, and Mark S. Crapse all of Savannah, Ga. a..t She was preceded in death " by her parents, sister - Mary Alice Brunson Crapes, and nephew - John L. Crapes. Johnnie graduated from the Savannah High School. She retired in 1987 from the Illi- . nois Secretary of State's office working as a ,'q Supervisor in the Bank Sales Division. Johnnie loved her family, her friends and ., golf. She will be dearly misse d by all who 4* loved her, and there were many. Memorials: American Cancer Society. Final arrangements awere entrusted with Peasley Funeral Home. (Fred) Werth of Mt. Pulaski and Christine D. Logeman of Lincoln; and grandson - James Paul (Chelsea) Logeman of Las Vegas, Nevada. James served in the United States 488th Army Air Force during World War II from Oc- tober 31, 1942 until February 17, 1946 where he earned the rank of Sergeant. He retired from Eaton-Cut- ler-Hammer as the manager of traffic, shipping and stock. He was a member of Holy Family Catholic 1922 in New York, New York the son of Church, 3rd Degree Knight in Knights of Co- Domenick and Mary Palermo Jario. He was united in marriage on April 11, 1945 to John- nie Belle Brunson. She preceded him in death Monday, March 3, 2014. He is survived by his children - Pamela M. InMmory-- Harold Edward Kutz, 87, of Elkhart, died at 7:55 P.M. on Friday, March 28,201'4 at The Christian V'dlage. Harold was born in Logan County on May 29, 1926, son of Emil Kutz and Goldie Eeten Aper. He was united in mar- riage tO Evelyn Alberta Drake January 7, 1951 at St. Peter Lutheran Church in Emden. She preceded him in death on September 17, 2005. He is survived by his chil- lumbus Council # 1250, and a member of Elks Lcdge# 914 B.P.O.E. Memorials: Elks Golf Course. Funeral Arrangements were entrusted to Peasley Funeral Home. Burlingame of Ipava; :brother - John A. Aper of Lincoln; brothers in law - Ralph Drake of Girard; Jon Wibben of Hartsburg; 20 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother - Darrell Lee Aper; and sisters - Mary Lou Wibben and Joharma But- ler; and sister in law - Patricia Aper. Harold worked for Fuller Seed Company, he was a farm- dren - Doug (Suzie) Kutz of Indianapolis, ing professional, and he delivered the State IN; Greg Kutz of Lincoln; Donna (Lance) Vaughan of Mt. Pulaski; Debra (John) Swar- hagen of Hobe Sound, FL; Jeff (Carol) Kutz of Elkhart; Bruce (Joanne) Kutz of Hanover; Dawn (David) Crawford of Lincoln; sisters - Annie (Eldon) Westen of Emden; Eileen (Ron) Hubbard of Lincoln; Goldie (Jerry) Journal Register for 40 years. Harold served his country in the U.S. Army in the Korean War. He was a member of the Emden Ameri- can Legion Post #506 and was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lincoln. Continued Next Page - 14