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Lincoln-Douglas Scott, 47, passed away at 1:15 P.M. at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal September 24, 2015. Douglas was born April 18, 1968 in Lin- coln, the son of Ronald Scott and Judy Simon. He is survived by his father, Ronald Ray and Jean M. Naylor Scott; brother, Ray Scott; sister, Rosemary Langley; nieces, Ashley Langley, Autumn Langley, and Judith Falcon; nephew, Matthew Langley; and his significant other, Jennifer Rustemeyer and her family. Corlynn (Corky) Lee Knoy, 86 passed away September 2, 2015 at Springfield Memorial Hospital. Hearkening to a long awaited invitation, Corky ran into her Savior's loving and pro- tecting arms. Leaving behind a legacy that radiates her dedication to the Lord through family and friends she dearly treasured. She was a resident of Vonderlieth Living Center, but lived most "of her adult life in Chestnut. Born in Mona_hans, Texas January 15, 1929, she was the daughter of Corbin and Evelyrm (Bowden) Baldwin and grew up in the Beason and Maroa area. She married Dallas L Knoy January 11, 1948 and cele- brated their 6Th anniversary in January 2015. Corky is survived by "her husband, Dallas; her children, Dan (Miriam) Knoy of Danvers, Roger (Sheri) Knoy of Clinton, Rhonda (Jay) Mattem of Mt Pulaski and Sandra (Tony) Schiosser of Clinton; thirteen grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchil- dren; her brother, Dick Baldwin of Smithfield and her sister, Hallie Ford of Rushville. His mother preceded Douglas in death. Douglas was a member of the Delta Nu Fra- ternity at Illinois College. He was an avid St. Louis Cardinals Fan and Chicago Bears fan. Graveside services for Douglas were Thursday October 1 at New Hope Cemetery, Easton, IL. Mark Weber Officiated. Memorials may be made in Douglas' name to his family. Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln was entrusted with arrangements. Her parents; four brothers; two sisters and one stepbrother preceded her in death. She was a member of the Clinton Assembly of God church and served as an officer in the AG Women's Missionary Society. Corky was a dedicated leader of the Chestnut Happy Homemaker, 4H club for 10 years and was a beloved mentor to countless young people over her lifetime. Many friends of her children claimed her as a second mom and knew they would find unconditional love from her, no matter the situation. Her personal devotion to Jesus and her family was Corky's life, calling her grand- children 'Little Angels' and 'Dollies'. Corky's funeral was Tuesday, Sept 8 at the Assembly of God Church, Clinton. Pastor Dan Bell officiated. Burial was in Laenna Cemetery. Memorials: Leader Dogs for the Blind or Illinois Teen Challenge. Graceland/Faidawn Funeral Home was entrusted with arrangements. James Roscoe "Sk/p"/~'o- tar, 77, passed away at 12:50am September 22, 2015 at Sym- phony of Decatur. Skip was born September 16, 1938 in Decatur, the son of Ken- neth E. and Eugenia P. Proctor Howe. He married Janice Kay Couison August 10, 1968 in Decatur. She survives him. Also surviving Skip am his daughters: Stephanie (Casey) Westen of Latham and Jennifer Wallace of Bloomington; sisters: Maxine Dorsey of Marana, AZ and Jeanne Febus of Blooming- ton; brother: Dr. Richard Davis Howe of Bowling Rock, NC; and grandchildren: Kyle and Colton Westen. His parents, grandparents, Arvin L. Potter, 76 of Deca- tur formerly of Latham, died in his home at 11:20 am Sat- urday September 12, 2015 with his family by his side. A memorial service to cel- ebrate Arvin's life was held Tuesday September 15 at New Beginnings Church of God Decatur. Pastor Mark Smith officiated. Burial will be at a later date. Arvin was born October 21, 1938 in Lincoln, the son of Aaron and Dorothy Hill- ard Potter. Arvin married his sweetheart Carolyn Walcott July 2, 1957 in Jamestown, TN. Surviving are his wife of 58 years Carolyn Potter; sons, Mark (Carol) Potter of Maryville, TN, Jason (Nancy) Potter of Latham; grandchil- dren, Adrianne Potter, Payton Pastor Zoila Marry Invites You... To pray and learn about the history of the United Methodist Church (UMC)... 9:00 - 10:30 AM Tues- days, (Chesmut UMC) beginning October 6 3:00 - 4:00 PM Tuesdays, (Latham UMC) begin- ning October 6 1:30 - 2:30 PM Thurs- days, (Mt Pulaski UMC) beginn/ng October 8 three sisters, and four brothers preceded him in death. Skip was a member of the United Methodist Church of Latham, Warrensburg Summit Lodge, Ansar Shrine of Spring- field, Decatur Lions Club, Latham Fire Department (50 years), assisted with sports in Warrensburg-Latham Junior High School and High School, Milliken University, school bus driver in Warrensburg-Latham for 29 years and Mt. Pulaski Schools for 14 years, Monticello Bus Service, Charter Bus for 33~ ~. years, and retired from AE Staley after 35 years of service. A memorial service for Skip is Sunday October 11 at Latham First United Methodist Church. Rev. Zoila Many will officiate, o~ Burial of Cremains will be at ~. Lake Bank Cemetery, Latham. Memorials: Family of James ~ Proctor, Latham Fire Depart- to ment, or the Springfield Ansar o Shrine. ot Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski is entrusted with arrangements. Potter, Whitney Potter, Autum Roseburgh, step- grandson, Cody V~lllialTIS, great grandson, Colt; and Arvin's dog, Panda. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, and one sister. He was an avid fan of the Bears, Cubs, and the Fight- ing Illini. He worked as a paramedic for Lincoln Logan Ambulance Service. He also was a driver for Poage and Crown Auto Dealers. "To the world he was a man. To me he was my world." "Love Me" Memorials: DMH Hospice or New Beginnings Church of God. Tanzyus-Logan Funeral Service and Care was in charge of arrangements. 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