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L IlJlA II !11 lJl , J' LLHI, II l l/,! lit. ILI ll/.t. LgLll ilI.J!i[ llI.dllLlll kl jljl . 111 MANLEY NUMENTS guarantee the lowest price for the highest quality & craftsmanship since 1945 Beverly Jean Harri- son, 72, of Forsyth died July 30, 2010 at Decatur Memorial Hospital at 6: 32am. Funeral Services were Monday, August 2 at the Northwest Christian Church, Decatur. Ron Collins, Steve Higgs, and Norman McCormick offici- ated. Burial was in Steen- bergen Cemetery. Her Par- ents and an infant Brother preceded her in death. Beverly retired from the Visiting Nurses Association after 25 years where she served as Office Manager. She was born JULY 28. 1938 in Latham a daugh- ter' of Clarence and Doris Fuiten Duncan. She married Dwite "Gene" Harrison on JUNE 9, 1956 in Decatur. Survivors Include - Husband - Gene Harrison of For- syth; Son - Scott (Laura) Harrison of Decatur; Daughter - Susan (Chris) Zeras of Maitland, Florida; Grand-- daughters - Lindsey and Lily; and Special Friends - Mike (Sherry) Fisher and Family of Springfield. Beverly .was a member of Northwest Christian Church, Decatur. Beverly was a lifetime member of the PTA for the Decatur schools. She was also a 15 year volunteer with her husband to youth baseball at Hess Park and Khoury League. She was active in teaching unday school, youth group, VBS, and Little Galilee Christian Camp at her church. Beverly was a mother to many and friend to all. She loved her family and will be greatly missed. Memorials: Northwest Christian Church Property Committee. DR.- LINCOLN 735 -4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon -After Hoqrs by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.eom / Dena Manley 3 ra Generation Memorial Specialist Hours Monday - Friday 9-4:30 .,., lit - :, ._ ,1 J : .L., ..1 |tl l[],lJ:llj. i -]I.!U IIII .q In Loving Memory Eldon Henry Behle, 85, of Elkhart, died Wednes- of Kenneth Stoll day, July 21, 2010, at i909-1972 4:45 p.m. at St. Clara's We still miss you a lot Manor in Lincoln. Song- Stars are the Funei-al Services were Windows of Heaven Saturday July 24 at Where Angels Peep Elkhart United Method- Through. ist Church. Rev. Dayle Our Guardian Angel Badman officiated. His - Kenneth Parents and Brother Happy Birthday up there, July 31 st. Thank You From Wanda & Harold Tendick Many thanks for your prayers, visits, cards, and food when I had my rilma Ellen (Moore) Dickerson, 90, of Mt. PIE aski died July 28, 2010 at Vonderlieth Living Cel tter at 3:15PM. uneral Services were Sal urday, July 31 at Fri eke- Calvert- S chl-ad e r Fu rural Home, Mt. Pulaski. Ta( Blacketer officiated. Brt-ial was in Steenbergen Cel netery. Her Parents; Hu bands; Three Sis- ter: - Dorothy Peterson, Doris Duncan and Mabel Manley; Brother - Charles Fulten, and Granddaughter - Michelle Lowe preceded her in death. She operated, with her husband - Charles Moore, Moore's Diner in Mt. Pulaski for 12 years. Wilma was born December 20, 1919 in Logan County the daughter of William H. and AIta E. (McMann) Fuiten. She married Charles A. Moore on October 12, 1937 in Crown Point, Indiana. He preceded her in death on February 13, 1973. She married Carl Dickerson on December 4, 1977 in Maroa. He preceded her on death on April 14, 1982. Survivors Include - Daughters - Carol (Tom) Lowe of Chestnut, Cam Curry of Decatur, and Gloria Peacock of Springfield; Sister - Ethel McCain of Mt. Pulaski; Grandchildren - Michael Lowe, Craig Lowe, Troy Hogan, Amy Bledsaw, DanieUe Pope, and Derek Stoll; and Eight Great-Grandchildren and Three Great-Great- Grand- children. Wilma was a member of the Lake Fork Christian Church. She-was a member of Lake Fork Christian Church Women's Society; Lake Fork Community Center; Inner City Mission, Springfield; Christian Auxiliary, Volunteer at Lincoln Christian Nurs- ing Home, and Volunteer at Vonderlieth Nursing Home. Wilma was an avid St. Louis Cardinals Fan. Memorials: Lake Fork Christian Church. - Ralph preceded him in death. Mr. Behle was born July 31, 1924, in Ferguson, Missouri. He married M. Joan Stevenson on Octo- ber 27, 1950. Joan had grown up as his childhood neighbor in Ferguson. Mr. Behle taught vocational agriculture at Campsville, ......  Saturday - 9.12 After Hours By Appointment 106 5 th Street- Lincoln Peasley MemiDrials 217-732-7773 Toll Free 877-465-7773 Lincoln & Logan County's Only Locally Owned Monument Company surgeries and during my Perry, Elkhart and Mt.  recovery. Pulaski high schools. " ' Thanks to Pastor Stroshein Survivors Include- Wife for his prayers, home .visits, and bringing us Commu- - Joan; Children - Charlotte (Gary) Johnson, Donald nion. (Alison) Behle and Robert (Suzanne) Behle; Sister Also, a big thanks to my - Eleda Hofer; Nine Grandchildren.and Three Great- caregiver - Dorothy Loveall. Grandchildren. '- Don't know what we would " Mr. Behle graduated from Ferguson High School in have done without you.  1942 and attended the University of Missouri until he We appreciate everything was drafted into the Army. He served in Japan and done b3r all. - South Korea from 1945 to 1946. Then he resumed his God s Blessings to All... studies at Mizzou and graduated in 1950 with a bache- lor's degree in agriculture education. 0 He sponsored FFA and judged 4-H projects until - he retired from teaching in 1988. After retirement, he O served on the Logan County Board (1990-1998); worked for the Illinois Crop Improvement Association; was a weighmaster at the Logan County Fair; worked as a bai- liff at the Logan County Courthouse; served as chair- man for the Logan County Chapter of the American Red Cross; served on the Elkhart Library Board, belonged to the Retired Teachers Association; was a member of the Logan County Paramedic Association board; and was an active member of the Elkhart United Methodist ':t Church. He enjoyed raising farm animals, hunting, fishing, gardening, and even kept honeybees for a short time. Memorials: Elkhart Methodist Church or the Alzheim- er's Association. Vicky Kay Hubbard, 49, of Elkhart, died Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at 10:25 a.m. at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield. Funeral Services were Saturday, July 24 at the funeral home. The Rev. Carroll Richards and the Rev. David West officiated. Burial was in Zion Cem- etery, Lincoln. Her Parents and Maternal and Paternal Grandparents preceded her in death. L Mrs. Hubbard was born ,. July 14, 1961, in Lincoln a daughter of Richard and Gloria K. Beaver Anderson. She married Kevin Hubbard on September 25, 1982, in Lincoln. Mrs. Hubbard was personnel manager at Walmart in Lincoln. She worked at Walmart for 29 years. Survivors Include - Husband - Kevin of Elkhart; Son - Kolby of Elkhart; Brothers - Richard L. :"Rick" (Cindy) Anderson of Hartsburg and Kerry (Carla) Anderson of Beason; Sisters - Penny (Steve) Starling of Dawson and Tammy Langley of Lincoln; many Nieces and Nephews; and her beloved Pets - Ozzy, Socks and Ringo. Gerald A. Schmidt, 67, of Chestnut died July 27, 2010 at Memorial Medical Thank You Center, Springfield at 1: 30Am. From The Funeral Services were - ,,,yam I" of Friday, July 30 at Fricke- Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Robert Jones David Hofer officiated. A Private Family at Mt. Pulaski Cemetery after Funeral Sc The family thanks ents - Paul Otto and Evelyn E. Mittelstea everyone who gave their Brother- Richard Schmidt preceded hit Prayers, comfort, memo- rials, cards, food and sup- port during our father's illness and passing. We are especially grateful to the staff of Vonderlieth and to Pastor Glen Strohs- chein for their loving care of all of us. Wes and Synda Jones, Steve and Carol Tulo and Robert and Jo Ellen Maske and their families Mr. Schmidt was born November 25, the son of Paul Otta and Evelyn E. Mittel He married Judith Ann Lucas on June ! Pulaski. Mr. Schmidt owned and operat6d Scl while engaged into full time farming. Which the Schmidt family has operate Survivors Include -Wife Judith of Ch ter - Laura (Joe) Garcia of Woodbury, I -Jerry Schmidt of Mt. Pulaski; and SisteJ Pofahl of Lexington, Kentucky and Hele: of Mt. Pulaski. Memorials: The Humane Society of Ix Donor's Choice. laski. Pastor terment, was rvicts. 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