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Service: 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, in Eudora Baptist Church under the direction of Wilson Brim Daniel Funeral Home, Walnut Grove. Get full online access to BolivarMONews.com without a print subscription. Print subscribers can request digital access through ... (Bolivvar Mo News)
Graveside services, under the care and direction of Wilson Brim Daniel Funeral Home, Ash Grove, Missouri, were held Friday, November 13, 2015, in Greene Lawn Cemetery, Walnut Grove, Missouri. Jessica Danielle Goist, age 27, of Elsberry, Missouri ... (Greenfield Vedette)
Per his request, he was interred in Eudora Cemetery under the care and direction of Wilson Brim Daniel Funeral Home, Walnut Grove. Beth White, 88, Golden City, Missouri, passed away Friday, November 6, 2015, at her residence. Private family services ... (Greenfield Vedette)
Barbara Dale Cunningham On October 6th, Barbara died peacefully in her sleep, her children at her side. She was born in Walnut Grove, MO on August 3, 1926. Her parents Coy and Pearl Hobbs, sisters Bonnie Underwood,... (legacy.com)
Joan (Collins) Cotter ... Funeral Mass was Oct. 6 in St. Susanne Catholic Church, Mt. Vernon with Monsignor Thomas Reidy, celebrant. Interment followed in Johns Chapel Cemetery, Ash Grove under the direction of Wilson Brim Daniel Funeral Home, Ash Grove. (lawrencecountyrecord.com)
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