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He is survived by his son, Dale Alan Walvoort of Moneta, VA; grandson, Wayne Lyle Walvoort of Destin, FL; grandson, Clayton Alan Walvoort, wife Katie and son Wyatt Alan of Heyworth, IL; grandson, Asa Stanley Walvoort and granddaughter, Kayte Josephine ... (Daily Times)
Vernon Ave., Normal, IL 61761. Harold was born Aug. 6, 1930, in Minier, son of Clyde and Glenn Craig. He married Regena "Gina" Ping on Oct. 10, 1953, in Heyworth. Surviving are his wife, Gina, Bloomington; two daughters, Debbie (Danny) Mitchell and Kim ... (Pantagraph)
Memorials may be made to Davis Kerber American Legion Post Auxiliary, Colfax, Eastern McLean County Ambulance Associating, or Faith Fellowship Church, Heyworth ... attended many Notre Dame and University of Illinois football games. An online guest registry ... (WJBC)
Memorials may be made to the Home Sweet Home Mission or to the Humane Society of Central Illinois. Calvert & Metzler Memorial ... Wollenschlager of Heyworth and step son: Matthew (Christine) Shultz of Heyworth, grandchildren: Aaron and Jason Wollenschlager ... (WJBC)
both of Heyworth, IL; five great-grandchildren, Logan Ronayne of... Bloomington – Marilyn Louise Woodburn Slayback, 84, of Bloomington, passed away Friday, October 7, 2016 at her residence. Marilyn was born on March 21, 1932, in Bloomington, the daughter ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
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