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Serving Families Since 1945 713 Hickox Dr.- Lincoln 735-4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.com monumen from a "storefront'? Come see our plant are produced. Still A Family Owned 1945 St. John's Lutheran Church Church That Could" ' Services Sunday Services W. Cooke St. ME Pulaski ena Memorials Carving Tbur Legacy in Stone/ I2II Fifth Street, Lincoln, IL 62656 Phone: 217-735-ii9i Fax: 217-651-825o Outside Lincoln: 888-267-86o3 Emaih denamemorials@gmail.com Summer Specials! You can't buy better, so why pay more? So what better time than now to stop in our otfiee and let us design your legacy in stone. We feel your short trip to our office will be worth your drive. Our goal at Dena Memorials is to be the BEST monument company to do business with! Markers, Momvnents, Cremation Urn~Memorials, Monument Cleanin~ Cemetery Lettering John H. Cherry, 71, passed away at 10:42 A.M. on June 13, 2015 at his home surrounded by his loving family. John was bom February 10, 1944 in Lincoln the son of Everett L. and Jessie E. Bryson Cherry. He married Janet Poffenbarger on March 18, 1967 in Mt. Pulaski, she survives him. Also surviving John are his children- Julie (Jeff) Cooper and Randy (Amy) Cherry both of Mt. Pulaski; sister - Ruth Fuiten of Mt. Pulaski; brother - Edward (Marilyn) Cherry of Elkhart; grandchil- dren - Jordan Cooper, Janson Cooper, Jayden Cherry, and Jaelyn Cherry. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Tuno- thy, and brother-in-law Bob Fuiten. John was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Elkhart American Legion Post #616, and served in the U.S. Army from 1965-1967. He farmed in the Lake Fork and Corn- land area for 53 years. Services for John were Wednesday June 17 at Zion Lutheran Church in Mr. Pulaski. Rev. Glenn Strohs- chein officiated. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery with full where military rites accorded. Memorials: Zion Lutheran School Playground Fund. Services were entrusted to Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home Mt. Pulaski. Jo Ellen Maske, 77, of Mt. Pulaski passed away Sunday, June 21, 2015 in Vonderlieth Living Center. Jo Ellen was born Septem- ber 17, 1937 in Humboldt, IL the daughter of Robert W. and Hazel Katherine (Fel- lows) Jones. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Masters degree from Illinois State University. She was an Eng- lish Teacher for Mt. Pulaski School District Unit 23. She was a member the American Legion Auxiliary, VFW Auxil- iary, Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut, a lifetime member of the NEA, and she served as photography superinten- dent at the Logan County Fair for over twenty years. She enjoyed reading, pho- tography, and spending time with her family. She married Robert Leland Maske on June 16, 1957 in Chestnut. Surviving are her hus- band, Robert; sons, Michael Maske (Lynnette) of Elkhart; William Maske (Barbara) of Mt. Pulaski; Steven Maske (Andrea) of Elgin; Robert Maske of Mt. Pulaski; daugh- ter, Kellie Hanselman (Greg) of Monticello; brother, Wesley Jones (Synda) of Fort Meyers, FL; sister, Carol Tulo (Steve) of Springfield, VA; grandchil- dren, Katie; Sally; Thomas; Alison; Austin; Audrey; Daniel; Matthew; Hannah; Sarah; Jacob; Andrew; Luke; Noah; and great grandchil- dren, Anna; Elyse; Emma; Elliot; Eva; and Vivian. Her parents and one brother, Robert Jones, pre- ceded her in death. Funeral Service to celebrate Jo Ellen's life was Thursday, June 25 in Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut. Burial was in Lake Bank Cemetery in Latham. Memorials: Zion Lutheran School in Mt. Pulaski. Moran & Goebel Funeral Home and Cremation Ser- vices, Decatur served the family. m 10 Thomas H. Doty I, 76, of Lincoln passed away at his home at 6:42 p.m. June 15, 2015 with family by his side. Tom was born November 17, 1938 in Liberty, Indiana, the son of Robert A. and Leona Duggins Doty whom both preceded him in death, as well as his brother, Joe Doty. He married Joan M. Paddock-McDowell May 23, 1958 in Connersville, IN. He later married Sandra M. Graham June 5, 1982 in Buf- falo and she resides in Lin- coln. Tom is survived by children: Tammy Doty (Larry) Wilham of Elkhart; Terfi Doty Draper of Lincoln; Tina Doty (Bob) DeVore of Akron, IN; Tom (Shelly) Doty of Gillette, WY; and Traci Doty of Dawson; stepson: Mitch (Missy) Graham of Lincoln and step- daughter: Val (Clem)Martin Waynesville; brother: Fred Doty of Cambridge City, IN; grandchildren - Josh (Sarah) Wilham of Elkhart, IN; and their 2.5 children; Chad Draper of Wyoming and his children, Dawn OeffWalker) F Draper of Lincoln and their two children- Nichole (B. J.) t Daniels of North Manchester, IN and their children" Tenille ~. (Silas) Zartman of Wabash, ! IN; Robert 0'R.) DeVore of North Manchester; Jean Ann (Michael) Patrick of Akron, IN and their child - Kim . DeVore and her child of Nap- anee, IN; Ashley (Russ) Terry"q of Heyworth and their chil- dren - Amber Doty and her o two children of Gillette, WY; Kayla Riedle of Macomb; and 18 great grandchildren. Tom was an Electrician/ Lineman for T & F Construc- tion in Hagerstown, Indiana since 1969. He later moved to Illinois for a contract to build the Springfield Power Plant in 1972. He also worked for Egizii Electric retiring in 1998 at the age of 60. He was a member of the Ameri- can Leg!on; Eagles Lodge 2708; NRA; IBEW Local 51; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Pen- sion Member and the Alli- ance Retired Americans. He enjoyed piddling in his work- shop, hunting, fishing, and camping. Tom requested to be cre- mated and private services will be held at a later date. Memorials may be given to the American Diabetes Asso- ciation or to the Doty Family Reunion. Arrangements were en- trusted to Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Lincoln. Card of Thanks The Family of Harold Tendick, Jr. We would like to thank everyone for the visits, phone calls, and cards during Harold's long illness. And, to the hospice nurses, you were wonderful, Also, thanks for the visits, flow- ers, food brought to the home arad for the dinner at the church after the funeral. Everything was Very much appreciated. Sincerely, Wanda Tendick, Steve & Jenny Tendick & Family, and Gary Tendick expected