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Ronnie Joe "Archie" Riddle, 59, of Cheneyville,

Ronnie Joe “Archie” Riddle, 59, of Cheneyville, IL, passed away at 4:57 P.M. Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL. He was born September 29, 1964, in Hoopeston, IL, the son of Dewey and Violet (Mason) Riddle. He married Kallie Tilley on June 13, 1992, at the Cheneyville Christian Church. She survives in Cheneyville.

He is also survived by four children, Dusty (Nancy) Branscum of Somerset, KY, Rosie Riddle of Danville, IL, Lori Riddle (Allen Wilson) of Sandusky, OH, and Alex Riddle of Cheneyville, IL; two sisters, Gaye (Jim) Brummett of Brandon, FL and Janet (Mark) Thilmony of Brandon, FL; one brother, Roger (Judy) Riddle of Raub, IN; six grandchildren, Rory, Jack, Willow, Victoria, Spencer, and Marc; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; paternal and maternal grandparents; one sister, Doris Riddle; and several aunts and uncles.

Archie worked as a mechanic and later worked in parts at a local garage in Kentucky. After moving to Hoopeston, he worked on race car bodies for Jammie Wilson. He attended the Cheneyville Christian Church. He enjoyed tinkering around in his garage and working on muscle cars.  Archie’s greatest joy was spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.   

A visitation will be held 4:00 – 8:00 P.M. Tuesday April 16, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 P.M. Friday, April 19, 2024, at the Stony Point Baptist Church in Albany, KY, with a two-hour visitation being held prior to the funeral service. Burial will follow in Cartwright Cemetery in Albany, KY.

Memorial donations may be made to Archie’s family.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Archie’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Barbara Maria Brewster, 62, of Danville, IL, formerly of Hoopeston

Barbara Maria Brewster, 62, of Danville, IL, formerly of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 7:10 A.M. Sunday March 17, 2024, at Arcadia Care in Danville. She was born May 23, 1961, in El Paso, TX, the daughter of Alta Decker. She married David Brewster on February 24, 1979, at the Milford Christian Church in Milford, IL. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by two daughters, Leitha Brewster of Milford, IL and Amie Brewster of Danville, IL; one son, Joshua Brewster of Danville, IL; two grandsons, Bryce Kinnard and Caleb Hartman; one niece, Tiffany Decker; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

In addition to her husband, Barbara was preceded in death by one brother, John Decker; and one nephew, Darrin Brewster.

Barbara worked at the Coffee Cup and later at Hoopeston Coin Laundry. She enjoyed drinking a cup of coffee while watching The Price is Right on television. She also enjoyed watching soap operas and spending time with her family.

Cremation rites have been accorded and a private graveside service will be held.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Barbara’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Charles Dean Misner, 84, of Hoopeston

 

Charles Dean Misner, 84, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 2:45 P.M. Thursday March 21, 2024, at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Living in Hoopeston. He was born July 2, 1939, in Henning, IL, the son of Leonard and Aural (Turner) Misner. He married Ruth Webber on January 28, 1961, at the First Presbyterian Church in Hoopeston. She survives in Hoopeston.

He is also survived by one son, Phillip Misner; two daughters, Jeanne Misner of Watseka, IL, and Lori (Jonathan) Walters of Bourbonnais, IL; four beautiful grandchildren; two very special great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Rosie (Puzz) Reed and June (Andrew) Nebesnyk.

Dean was a torpedo man in the United States Navy from 1957- 1959. Following the Navy, he attended Coyne Technical School in Chicago. He worked briefly at Hurletron Inc. in Danville, and then went to work for Illinois Bell which later became AT&T Phone Company until his retirement in 2005. Dean also enjoyed farming with his father and later continued farming the family farm, developing a love for John Deere tractors. After his retirement, he continued with a sales career.  Dean was a member of the First Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Hoopeston and the Lions Club.

Cremation rites will be accorded, and a visitation will be held 10:00 A.M.- 12:00 P.M. Saturday April 13, 2024, at First Christian Church Disciples of Christ, 502 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The memorial service will follow the visitation and will begin at 12:00 P.M. Saturday April 13, 2024, at the church, with Shawon Wise officiating. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston with military rites being accorded by the Hoopeston American Legion Post #384.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Dean to the First Christian Church Disciples of Christ, 502 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Dean’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Sophia Maxine Vaughn

Sophia Maxine Vaughn was received into God’s arms on Sunday, March 17, 2024, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL. Sophia is survived by her parents, Kyle and Elvia (Garnica) Vaughn of Hoopeston, IL; one brother, Jackson Vaughn; maternal grandparents, Daniel Garnica and Maria Munoz; paternal grandmother, Dorothy Vaughn; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, RV Vaughn.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday March 26, 2024, at Rossville Cemetery in Rossville, IL, with Pastor Chris Quick officiating.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Sophia to Carle Foundation Hospital Philanthropy c/o NICU, 611 W. Park St., Urbana, IL 61801.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Sophia’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Dorothy Jean Eighner, 95, of Hoopeston

Dorothy Jean Eighner, 95, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 2:55 P.M. Saturday March 16, 2024, at The Waters of Covington in Covington, IN. She was born October 21, 1928, at home in rural Rankin, IL, the daughter of Richard and Minnie Ray (Rusk) Hatfield. She married John Henry “Jack” Eighner on November 30, 1947, at the East Lynn United Methodist Church. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by one daughter, Shirley Jean (John) Beckwith of St. Joseph, IL; one son, Stanley Eugene (Marg) Eighner of New Lenox, IL; one sister, Margaret Sims of Hoopeston, IL; three grandchildren, Heather (Phil) Obiala, Lindsay (Anthony) Merlo, and Steve (Ashley) Eighner; seven great-grandchildren, Phillip, Parker, and Piper Obiala, Anthony and James Merlo, and Maggie and Jack Eighner; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Steven Eighner; one sister, Arlene; five brothers, Harlan, Bob, Ronald, Jimmy, and Earl; five sisters-in-law; and two brothers-in-law.

Jean worked as a hairdresser for many years. She enjoyed visiting with her clients and worked up into her 80’s. She was a member of the Rural Neighbor’s Club and the East Lynn United Methodist Church for over fifty years, where she was very active serving at the chicken pie suppers and ice cream socials. She later became a member of the Hoopeston United Methodist Church. Jean enjoyed knitting and loved to make dish rags and towels. She especially loved her family and enjoyed taking meals to them on the family farm.

A visitation will be held 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Monday April 1, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St., Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will follow the visitation and will begin at 12:00 P.M. at the funeral home, with Pastor Kathy Murphy officiating. Burial will follow in East Lynn Cemetery in East Lynn, IL.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Jean to the Hoopeston United Methodist Church, 403 E. Main St., Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Jean’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Bineta Grogan, 96, of Hoopeston

Bineta Grogan, 96, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 10:16 A.M. Thursday March 14, 2024, at Accolade Healthcare of Paxton on Pells. She was born September 18, 1927, in Albany, KY, the daughter of Brownlow and Mae (Looper) Byers. She married Daniel E. Grogan on August 25, 1946, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Dunnington, IN. He preceded her in death on August 9, 2009.

She is survived by two sons, Michael Grogan of Milford, IL and Paul Grogan of Hoopeston, IL; one sister, Ruby (Richard) Birkey of Hoopeston, IL; four grandchildren, Adrienne, Paul, Charlene, and Mary; several great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Daniel Grogan, Jr.; four sisters, and one brother.

Bineta worked at FMC as a janitor and later worked in the kitchen at Hoopeston hospital. She also worked at the Hoopeston Multi Agency for 18 years. She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Hoopeston. Bineta’s hobbies included collecting butterflies and antiques.

A visitation will be held 11:00 A.M. – 12:45 P.M. Friday March 22, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral mass will follow the visitation and will begin at 1:00 P.M. Friday at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 423 S. Third St., Hoopeston, IL, with Father Ignatius Mulenda officiating. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Bineta to the Alzheimer Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Bineta’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Carroll Wayne Crozier, 62, of Lafayette

Carroll Wayne Crozier, 62, of Lafayette, IN, passed away at 11:19 P.M. Tuesday March 5, 2024, at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. He was born August 30, 1961, in Danville, IL, the son of Carroll O. Crozier and Shirley Miller. They preceded him in death along with his step-mother, Elizabeth Crozier and step-father, William Shore.

He is survived by one sister, Cheryl (Terry) Mullen of Williamsport, IN; a half-sister, Sue Shore Foster of Danville, IL; a half-brother, Richard Shore of Ambia, IN; a step-brother, Jerry Ford; four nieces and nephews, Abby Shore of Lebanon, IN, Katie Shore of Lafayette, IN, Jade Foster of Danville, IL, and Joe Geyer of Bellfast, NY; two great-nieces; and two great-nephews.

In addition to his parents and step-parents, Carroll was preceded in death by two brothers, one niece, and two nephews.

Carroll worked at Howard Industries in Milford, IL, and later worked as a machinist at Dana in Lafayette, IN. He enjoyed traveling, reading, and playing Santa Claus every Christmas for the church. He especially loved visiting with his family and friends.

Cremation rites will be accorded, and a memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. CDT Wednesday March 27, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston.

Memorial donations may be made to the Hoopeston Animal Rescue Team (H.A.R.T.), 901 W. Main St. Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Carroll’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Harold Calder Blackwell, 89, of Hoopeston

Harold Calder Blackwell, 89, of Hoopeston, passed away at 12:01 a.m. Friday, March 1, 2024, at Accolade Healthcare of Danville.

He was born on March 17, 1934, in Danville, the son of James and Lucille (Finch) Blackwell.  He married Naomi Jane Correll on August 31, 1990, at the Prairie Green Township Church, and they celebrated 27 years of marriage.  She preceded him in death on December 22, 2024.

He is survived by one step-daughter- Dorothy L. (Robert Jr.) Rickart of Hoopeston; step-granddaughter- Deanna L. (Correll) Hurt, (Julie Rosebraugh); step-great-grandson- Shawn Hurt; brother- Steve Blackwell; sister-Carol Marez; sister-in-law-Marsha Blackwell and Joyce Correll; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, brother-Lloyd Blackwell, sister-in-law-Barbara Blackwell, great-niece-Sydni Blackwell, great-nephew- Alex Pickett, two sisters-in-law-Edna I. (Correll) Albright and Vonna M. (Correll) Finley, three brothers-in-law- Dick Correll, Kenneth Albright and Lee Finley.

Harold served in the United States Marine Corp from 1953 to 1956 and later from 1959 to 1963.  He later worked at Stokleys and D.M. Fertilizers, as a truck driver, until his retirement.  He was a member of the Rossville American Legion and Hoopeston VFW.  He enjoyed hanging out with his friends at the VFW and bartending there as well.  In his younger years he enjoyed calling bingo at the VFW.

According to his wishes cremation rites have been arranged and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.  The family has entrusted the Blurton Funeral Home to assist them in honoring Harold’s life.  Condolences may be shared with the family on his everlasting memorial page at:  www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.

James T. "Jack" Smock, 97, of Rossville

James T. “Jack” Smock, 97, of Rossville, IL, passed away March 5, 2024, at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Living in Hoopeston, Illinois.  He was born November 23, 1926, the son of Harold O. Smock and Gladys Elizabeth (Cooper) Smock.  Jack married MaryBelle Bower on June 21, 1947, in Danville, IL.  She preceded him in death. 

 

Jack is survived by his children, a son Tom (Carol) Smock of Danville, IL, a daughter Jackie (Jim) Morse of Danville, IL, and a son Bill (Lynn) Smock of Rossville, IL; 5 grandchildren, James R. Morse II (Tammy), Josie (Chanc) Persons, Jannah (Geoff) Coon, Brandy (Thad) Townsend and Rusti Stahl; and 12 great grandchildren, Tyler (Lindsey) Morse, Madison Morse, Alex Morse, Andrew (Megan) Savage, Thomas (Sierra) Savage, Mason (Abigal) Coon, Aiden Coon, Kyerra (Christian) Hudson, Jayce Townsend, Luke Townsend, Hunter Stahl and Kya Stahl.  Also surviving are a sister Mary Fran (George) Stillwell of Florida, a brother Larry (Kenna Jean) Smock of Rossville, and many nieces and nephews.

 

Jack was preceded in death by his parents, and siblings, Beatrice Scott, Ethel Roach, Harold Lloyd Smock, John Smock, Gordon Smock, and Donald Smock, along with sisters-in-law, Donna Smock, Dolores Smock and Sue Smock, and brothers-in-law, Charles Roach and Thomas Scott. 

 

Jack retired as manager of Rossville Telephone Co. after 35 years, and later did custom farming for several years. After retirement, he and his wife enjoyed wintering in Florida. He served in the United States Army and was a World War II veteran.  He also served as a Village Trustee for many years and was a past member of the Rossville Fire Department. He attended Crossroads Christian Church in Danville.

Jack was very active and loved outside activities.  He enjoyed horseback riding and belonged to the Rossville Saddle Club for many years.  He also enjoyed golfing and was a member of Hubbard Trail Country Club. He enjoyed taking his boat everywhere to go fishing.  Jack especially enjoyed working on his farm near Bismarck with his wife, MaryBelle, where they spent many years enjoying their little cabin and grass, as well as sharing the weekends with his children and grandchildren fishing, playing in the river, fish fry’s, horseback riding, and riding on that yellow 80 motorcycle. 

 

A visitation will be held from 11:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday March 20, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St., Hoopeston.  The funeral service will follow the visitation and will begin at 1 P.M., with Pastor Miles Clark officiating.  Burial will follow at the Rossville Cemetery. 

 

Memorials may be made to the Rossville Ambulance or the Rossville Fire Station. 

 

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Jack’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

 

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

 

Norma Jean Hollen, 86, of Hoopeston, IL, and formerly of Champaign

Norma Jean Hollen, 86, of Hoopeston, IL, and formerly of Champaign, IL, passed away at 5:10 P.M. Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Living in Hoopeston, IL. She was born February 12, 1938, in Potomac, IL, the daughter of Harold and Grace (Sollars) Abbott. She married Gary Leroy Hollen on April 28, 1957, in East Lynn, IL. He preceded her in death on May 24, 2020.

She is survived by two sons, Mark (Deb) Hollen of Waynesboro, PA and John (Mary) Hollen of Lakewood, IL; two sisters, Virginia “Ginger” (Bill) Judd of Medford, OR and Janice (Ronald) Dowell of Champaign, IL; one brother, Dennis “Denny” (Jackie) Abbott of Champaign, IL; five grandchildren, Danielle (Jeffrey) Kardisco, Gillian (Garrett) Austin, Michael (Natasha) Hollen, James (Anna) Hollen, and Thomas Hollen; three great-grandchildren, Ivyn and Judah Kardisco and Nikolas Hollen; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; and one brother, Charles “Chuck” Abbott.

Norma Jean worked at the University of Illinois as an Administrative Assistant until her retirement. She was a member of St. Peters United Church of Christ in Champaign. In her younger years, she enjoyed singing with her trio and later enjoyed doing cross stitch. Norma Jean’s greatest love was her family as she was a devoted wife and especially loved her grandchildren.

Per her wishes, she will be cremated, and burial will be held at a later date.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Norma Jean’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling arrangements.

Larry J. Field, 74, of rural Wellington

Larry J. Field, 74, of rural Wellington, IL, passed away at 10:15 P.M. Thursday February 29, 2024, at his home. He was born December 19, 1949, in Danville, IL, the son of Thomas and Eleanor (Benbow) Field.

He is survived by one brother, Terry (Diane) Field of Daytona, FL; one niece, Mandy (Abe) Sangha of Lafayette, CO; one nephew, Travis (Cayla) Field of rural Wellington, IL; and five great-nieces and nephews, Issac, Norah, and Asher Sangha and TJ and Colton Field.

Larry graduated from Wellington High School and then attended Illinois State University where he received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture. After returning home from college, he began teaching Ag at Milford High School and later at Iroquois West High School. He was also a lifelong farmer, farming the family farm with his family. Larry was a member of the Wellington United Methodist Church. He served as past-president of the Ford Iroquois Farm Bureau for several years. Larry enjoyed golfing, watching baseball, and was a fan of Illinois basketball. He especially enjoyed socializing with his friends at dinner or over a cup of coffee at Henning’s Restaurant and most recently at Pit Stop Restaurant.

Cremation rites have been accorded and a memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Friday April 5, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. A private family burial will be held.

The family requests no flowers but suggests memorial donations be made in memory of Larry to the Hoopeston Area FFA Alumni, 228 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Larry’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

 

Karen F. St. John, 79, of Potomac

Karen F. St. John, 79, of Potomac, passed away at 8:04 p.m. Saturday, February 24, 2024, at her home.

She was born on January 23, 1945, in Danville, the daughter of Alva and Pauline (Zorns) Weidenburner.

She is survived by her son-Matt St. John of Potomac; daughter-Susan Pickett of Danville; three grandchildren- Zane and Maci St. John and Skylar Pickett; great-granddaughter- Alane Pickett; nephew- Lloyd Gouty of Attica, IN; and niece- Audrey Cox Farrell of Ogden, IL.

She was preceded in death by her parents, son- Joshua St. John, three sisters- Mary Lou Gouty, Peggy Cox and Irene Weidenburner.

Karen graduated from Bismarck High School.  She worked for over 50 years for Albertsons, Jewel and Schnucks, in Champaign, until she retired.  She enjoyed dancing, listening to music and going to the Gao Grotto listening to bands.  She also loved her dogs, cats and horses and most importantly spending time with her grandchildren.

A Celebration of Karen’s Life will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2024, at the Blurton Funeral Home, with Pastor Randy Holden officiating.  She will be laid to rest following the services in Potomac Cemetery.  Visitation will be held from 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Thursday, February 29, 2024, at the funeral home.  Memorials may be made in Karen’s name to Hooves of Hope.  The family has entrusted the Blurton Funeral Home to assist them in honoring Karen’s life.  Condolences may be shared with the family on her everlasting memorials page at:  www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.

Candace Harriet "Candy" Castellano, 75, of Hoopeston

Candace Harriet “Candy” Castellano, 75, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 12:58 P.M. Friday February 23, 2024, at her home. She was born April 2, 1948, in Chicago, IL, the daughter of Don and Harriet Robertson. She married Anthony Carmen Castellano on December 19, 1970. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by one daughter, Dawn Paulsen of Batavia, IL; two sons, Anthony (Celeste) Castellano, Jr. of Savannah, GA, and Gino (Michelle) Castellano of Cleveland, TN; two sisters, Pam Rank of Bolingbrook, IL and Lynn (Frank) Nusbaum of Houston, TX; one brother, Mark (Michelle) Robertson of Bartlett, IL; eleven grandchildren, Johnathon, Michael, Cheyenne, Chase, Mollie, Sabrina, Gino Glenn, Elektra, Michaelangelo, Leonardo, and Gino Mario; two great-grandchildren, Adalynn and Azariah; and nine nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, Candy was preceded in death by her parents, Don and Harriet Robertson.

Throughout her life, Candy held various jobs. She had worked as a waitress at various restaurants, was a caretaker for pets, and delivered Just the Facts news publication to Hoopeston and surrounding towns.

Cremation rites will be accorded, and no services will be held.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Candy’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Carolyn Sue Hedrick, age 87, of Central Illinois

Mrs. Carolyn Sue Hedrick, age 87, of Central Illinois, peacefully passed away Friday morning, February 23, 2024. 

 

She was born February 11, 1937, in Broadlands, Illinois, and was the second daughter of the late Roy Robert and Mary Evelyn Jeffers McCormick. Her late sisters Janie and Kay were her lifelong best friends and a picture of the three of them hung in her room until the very end. 

 

Mrs. Hedrick was originally married young to the late Clarence William Davis. Together they were stationed at the United States Naval Bases in Millington, Tennessee, and Alameda, California. They had four daughters: Marcy Karlene Walker, Kimberly Sue DeLong, Joy (Shelly) Michelle Ewing, and the late Karen Mary Eyestone. Life shifted and she remarried the late Tracy McGill Hedrick, son of Daniel and Martha Hedrick of Penfield, Illinois. 

 

Prior to being a solid farmer's wife, Mrs. Hedrick worked in Champaign, Illinois as a legal secretary for three years and for the Eisner/Jewel Companies for 18 years. During this time, she was also very active with the American Business Women’s Association. Additionally, when asked by her great-grandchildren what her very first job was, she proudly declared, “detasseling.” The ultimate fun fact is that she was also an excellent belly dancer and baton twirler back in the day.

 

Her retired years were spent either on a road trip with Tracy or on the Hedrick Farm in Penfield, Illinois. Whether she was surrounded by corn fields, family, livestock, big rigs, or gospel music – she always gave the subject her full attention. When in her presence, she let you know you were the soul focus with those blue eyes. She was kind, incredibly patient, gentle-hearted, yet beyond resilient, could handle the tough days, and never batted an eye about doing the dirty work. She was the pillar.

 

Mrs. Hedrick was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Tracy Hedrick; one daughter, Karen Eyestone; two sisters, Doris Jane Bosch and Marilyn Kay McComas; one stepsister, Jo Coleman; and one son-in-law, Mike Ewing. Her legacy lives on through three daughters, Marcy Walker, Kim DeLong (Rob) and Shelly Ewing; one stepdaughter, Liz Shroyer (Jon); ten grandchildren, Robb DeLong (Heather), Ryan Walker (Kayla), Danielle Day (Dusty), Matthew Walker (Katie), Angela Byrne (Jake), Eric Ewing (Clementina), Ashlee Shroyer, Amy Eyestone, Emily Ewing, and Danny Shroyer; and just shy of a dozen great-grandchildren. She was a proud aunt and cousin as well; this list does not contain the additional extended family and friends she frequently spoke about. 

 

The funeral service will be held Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 11am at Blurton Funeral Home with Pastor Jon Callahan officiating. A burial will follow at the Potomac Cemetery. A visitation will be held on the previous evening, Friday, March 8, 2024, 5-7pm also at Blurton Funeral Home: 400 North Vermilion Street, Potomac, Illinois 61865.  Memorials may be made in Mrs. Hedrick’s name to St. Jude’s Children's Hospital. 

 

A note of gratitude towards The Glenwood Assisted Living (Mahomet, Illinois), Bickford Senior Living (Champaign, Illinois), and Transitions Care Hospice for your recent grace and authentic presence. 

 

Condolences may be shared with the family on Mrs. Hedrick’s everlasting memorial page at:  www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.

Maria Ines Ortiz, 89, of Danville, IL, formerly of Hoopeston

Maria Ines Ortiz, 89, of Danville, IL, formerly of Hoopeston, passed away at 11:28 A.M. Saturday February 24, 2024, at OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center in Danville, IL. She was born January 21, 1935, in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, the daughter of Pedro and Juana (Lopez) Banda, Sr. She married Rodolfo Ortiz on August 16, 1959, in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by two daughters, Martha (Angel) Ramirez of Danville, IL and Lucy Ortiz of Danville, IL; one sister, Beatriz Lopez of Coast Palm, FL; nine grandchildren, Alicia (Lucio) Torres, David (Julia) Ramirez, Angel Ramirez Jr., Adrian Ramirez, Carina Bernal, Rogelo (Vanessa) Bernal, Jr., Chelsea Bernal, Jesus Bernal, and Claudia Bernal; ten great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, Maria was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Pedro Banda Jr.

Maria enjoyed babysitting children, as she loved kids. She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Hoopeston and later attended Holy Family Catholic Church in Danville. Maria volunteered her time helping at the St. Anthony taco stand during the National Sweetcorn Festival. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. Maria also enjoyed crocheting, baking, and making cakes.

A visitation will be held 10:00 – 10:45 A.M. Thursday February 29, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral mass will follow the visitation and will begin at 11:00 A.M. Thursday at St. Athony Catholic Church, 423 S. Third St. Hoopeston, IL, with Father Ignatius Mulenda officiating.  Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Maria to St. Anthony Catholic Church, 423 S. Third St., Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Maria’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Hildegard Selma "Hilda" Luhrsen, 88 of Buckley

Hildegard Selma “Hilda” Luhrsen, 88 of Buckley, died at 4:36 a.m. Sunday, February 25, 2024, at Heritage Health, Hoopeston.

Arrangements are incomplete at  Baier Family Funeral Services, Paxton.

Clark J. "Mike" Blankinship, Jr, 85, of Liverpool, NY, formerly of Hoopeston,

C. Mike Blankinship, Jr, 85, of Liverpool, NY, formerly of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 9:40 A.M. Monday, February 19, 2024, at Sunnyside Care Center in Manlius, NY. He was born March 26, 1938, in Decatur, IL, the son of Clark Julian Blankinship, Sr and Margaret (Miller) Blankinship. He married Janet Ruth Carpenter on September 25, 1960, in Kingman, IN. She preceded him in death.

He is survived by one daughter, Deborah Blankinship of Liverpool, NY; one daughter-in-law, Veronica Blankinship of Raleigh, NC; and three grandchildren, Brian Davis, Taylor (Matt) Cary, and Robert Ferrick.

In addition to his wife, Mike was preceded in death by his parents and one son, Michael.

Mike worked for Ken Canfield and later worked as a cable television field engineer, until his retirement. He served in the United States Army Reserves where he worked on Nike Guided Missiles. While living in Hoopeston, he was extremely active in the Hoopeston Jaycees where he served as a past festival chairman and was a JCI Senator. Mike was also a past member of the First Presbyterian Church in Hoopeston.

A visitation will be held 10:00 – 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will follow the visitation and will begin at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday at the funeral home with Pastor Micah Mobley officiating. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Mike to the Hoopeston Jaycees, P.O. Box 28, Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Mike’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Lawrence "Larry" Petry, 85, of Hoopeston

Lawrence “Larry” Petry, 85, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 7:16 P.M. Monday, February 19, 2024, at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Living in Hoopeston. He was born October 28, 1938, in Danville, IL, the son of George and Lois (Wicks) Petry. He married Edith (Henrichs) Schumacher on January 25, 2013, in Danville, IL. She survives in Hoopeston.

He is also survived by one daughter, Mary (Cory) Bushong of Hoopeston, IL; one brother, George (Joan) Petry of Rapid City, SD; two grandchildren, Nate Bushong of Nevada, MO and Baylee Bushong of Hoopeston, IL; one great-grandson, Jax Johnson; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and one son, Michael.

Larry worked at Hoopeston Grain and Coal, which his family owned and operated. In 1962, he began farming until his retirement in 2007. He was a Ham Radio operator since the age of 16, a member of the Porsche Club of America-Chicago Region since 1962 and was an avid Chicago Blackhawks fan.

A visitation will be held 4:00 – 7:00 P.M. Friday February 23, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Saturday, February 24, 2024, at the funeral home, with a one-hour visitation prior to the funeral service. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Larry to the Courage Kenny Handiham Program, 3915 Golden Valley Road, Mail Route 78446, Golden Valley, MN 55422 or to the donor’s choice.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Larry’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Willadean Smith Morris, 88, of Hoopeston

 

Willadean Smith Morris, 88, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 4:22 A.M. Saturday February 10, 2024, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL. She was born September 17, 1935, in Cullman, AL, the daughter of Sidney and Dora (Heaton) Smith. She married James O. Morris on February 20, 1987, at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sauk Village, IL. He preceded her in death.

She is survived by two daughters, Phyllis (Paul) Schreiner of Hoopeston, IL and Sondra Morris of Milano, FL; one son, David (Rosemarie) Capes of Dyer, IN; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren; 23 nieces and nephews; and a host of great-nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, Willadean was preceded in death by her parents; grandparents; two sons, Jimmy (MaDonna) Morris and Billy (Sharon) Morris; two sisters, Ollie Mae (Riley) Chidester and Pauline (Peter) Whatley; three brothers, Milford (Ollie Mae) Smith, James Bartow “JB” (Lorene) Smith, and George Comer Smith (Mary Gilbert). She was also preceded in death by her miniature chocolate dachshund, Sadie.

Willadean was an Air Filter Assembler at United Air Cleaner Co. in Chicago. She was an actively involved member of The First Free Will Baptist Church in Hoopeston. She loved putting puzzles together and framing them, gardening, cooking, and doing word finds. She also enjoyed changing her furniture around in her home, as it brought her great satisfaction. Willadean was an avid fan of Alabama football as she watched every game, cheering them on. During the warmer weather, she loved sitting outside on her front porch swing. Willadean stayed in touch with family and friends through Facebook, phone calls, and text messages and through the years she touched many lives.

A visitation will be held 4:00 – 7:00 P.M. Thursday February 15, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Friday February 16, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, with Pastor Paul Schreiner officiating. Burial will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery in Tab, IN.

Memorial donations may be made to the First Free Will Baptist Church, 522 N. 10th Ave., Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Willadean’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

William H. "Bill" Acton, 94, of rural Alvin, IL

William Harvey “Bill” Acton, 94, of rural Henning, IL, passed away at 9:08 P.M. Thursday February 8, 2024, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana. He was born January 28, 1930, in Danville, IL, the son of Robert and Una (Dale) Acton. He married Shirley Jean Parsons on September 18, 1954, at St. James United Methodist Church in Danville, IL. She survives in rural  Henning, IL.

He is also survived by two sons, Jeffrey (Cynthia) Acton of Danville, IL and John (Karen) Acton of Cayuga, IN; one sister-in-law, Peggy White of Danville, IL; three grandchildren, Kaitlin Jo Acton (fiancé, Derek), Kelly Jean (Andrew) Kaufmann, and Jeffrey Cole (Megan) Acton; three great-grandchildren, Liyah Jean, Milo Andrew, and Neil William Kaufmann; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, William Todd Acton; one sister, Barbara Jean Acton; and two brothers, Robert Dale Acton and Thomas Jackson Acton.

Bill began his farming career in 1951.  After his retirement, he continued to help his son, Jeff, on the family farm. He was a member of St. James United Methodist Church where he sang in the choir for over 60 years, sang at many funerals and weddings, and served on multiple Church boards.  He most recently  attended the Middlefork United Methodist Church in Potomac.  Bill served on the Bean Creek Drainage District and the 8 Mile Drainage District for many years. He was the South Ross Township Clerk for 28 years and was a Vermilion County Farm Bureau Board Member along with serving on other various Farm Bureau committees. In 2022, Bill received the Vermilion County Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award. He also served as a Republican Precinct Committeeman. He was a long-time member of the YMCA where he enjoyed playing volleyball. Bill enjoyed hunting and fishing with his two sons and was able to teach them about God’ s creation.  He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and continued the tradition of the Northern Wisconsin family vacation which was started in 1935.

The funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. CST,  Thursday, February 15, 2024, at Middlefork United Methodist Church, 109 S. Vermilion St., Potomac, IL, with Pastor George Desmond officiating. Burial will follow in Spring Hill Cemetery, 301 E. Voorhees St., Danville.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Bill to the Vermilion County Farm Bureau Foundation, 1905-C U.S. Route 150, Danville, IL 61832, or Fair Hope Children’s Ministry , 1225 E. Voorhees St., Danville, IL 61834.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Bill’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Larry David Lobb, 80, of Hoopeston

Larry David Lobb, 80, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 5:26 A.M. Thursday February 8, 2024, at his home. He was born April 13, 1943, in Clinton, IL, the son of Otha Lobb and Edith Anderson Lobb Maple. He married Priscilla Kay Young on June 10, 1967, at St. Patrick Church in Danville, IL. She survives in Hoopeston.

He is also survived by one daughter, Deborah Kay (Max) Green of Copperopolis, CA; one son, David Mark Lobb of Medford, OR; two sisters-in-law, Margaret (Ray) Dyer of Kalispell, MT and Mary Janette (Pete) Kinnamon of Lakeland, FL; one brother-in-law, William (Mindy) Young of Blue Mound, IL; three grandchildren, Jessica (Marcel) Lee, Jermanie (Marco) Kivett, and Jarod Lambert; eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, and three brothers.

Larry was a math teacher at Hoopeston Area High School for over thirty years. He was always very supportive of his students, helping them build floats, teaching summer school, and working the concession stand. During the summer months, he worked at Joan of Arc Canning Company in Hoopeston. After his retirement from Hoopeston Area High School, he taught at DACC for several years.  Larry was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church where he had previously served as a trustee. He also served as a past-President of the Hoopeston Area School Board and volunteered to work the gate at the Hoopeston Sweetcorn Festival. Larry had an interest in local sports from attending every Hoopeston Area High School game to being an avid follower of the Fighting Illini. He also enjoyed social media, playing card games on his iPad, and playing slot machines for entertainment. One of Larry’s greatest attributes was helping others during their time of need.

A funeral mass will be held at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 423 S. Third St., Hoopeston, IL, with Father Timothy Sauppé officiating. Following the mass, a celebration of life will be held at The Legion, 502 E. Penn St., Hoopeston, IL. A private family burial will be held.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Larry’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Lloyd Eugene Blackwell, 81, of Byrdstown, TN, formerly of Hoopeston

Lloyd Eugene Blackwell, 81, of Byrdstown, TN, formerly of Hoopeston, IL, passed away on Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Livingston Regional Hospital. He was born May 25, 1942, in Milford, IL, the son of James Calder Blackwell and Lucille (Finch) Blackwell. He married Marsha Jean Rickart on July 12, 1985. She survives in Byrdstown, TN.

He is also survived by two daughters, Robyn (Tommy) Reagan and Lori (Rey) Montez; one son, Jeremy Furrow; six grandchildren, Nick (Ashley) Montez, Autumn (Ethan) Clark, Ashtyn (Hunter) Pryor, Emilee (Tyler) Vodacek, Aubrey Furrow (Daeshaun Garnett), and William Furrow; 10 great-grandchildren; one sister, Carol Marez; two brothers, Harold Blackwell and Steve Blackwell; four sisters-in-law, Bonnie (Steve) Howell, Betty Edwards, Brenda (Raleigh) Marlin, and Ruth Grether; and one brother-in-law, Robert (Dorothy) Rickart Jr.

Lloyd was preceded in death by his parents, James and Lucille Blackwell; two sisters-in-law, Barb Blackwell and Connie Rickart; and one brother-in-law, Allen Edwards.

Lloyd was an iron molder for John Deere Foundry in Hoopeston, where he also served as a union representative. He also worked at FMC in Hoopeston, and later for J & S Construction and Fitzgerald Glider Trucks in Tennessee. He served as a past board member for Grant-Ross Credit Union and was a former city councilman for the City of Hoopeston. Lloyd’s hobbies included fishing and hunting.

The family will receive friends Wednesday, February 7, 2024, from 5:00 – 7:00 P.M. at Brown Funeral Chapel, 202 W. Main St., Byrdstown, TN.

A visitation will be held 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Saturday, February 10, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St., Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will follow the visitation and will begin at 12:00 P.M. Saturday at Anderson Funeral Home, with Pastor Micah Mobley officiating. Burial will follow in Floral Hill Cemetery in Hoopeston, IL.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Lloyd’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Pauline Lucile Bury, 95, of Milford,

Pauline Lucile Bury, 95, of Milford, passed away at 6:58 p.m. Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Iroquois Memorial Hospital, in Watseka.

She was born on June 11, 1928, to Ross and Mildred (Davis) Bury. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, infant brother and brother- Lloyd Bury.

She is survived by several cousins.

She graduated from Stockland High School in 1946 and earned her BS, in 1950 and her MS, in 1956, from the Illinois State University, in Normal, Illinois.  Pauline was the valedictorian of the class of 1946 and received the DAR award. 

She taught school at Saybrook-Arrowsmith High School, Wellington High School, Hoopeston High School, Heidelberg American High School, in Germany and Hinsdale Township High School South, until her retirement in 1985.  In 1958 she was selected as Teacher of the Year by the Women’s Club and in 1965, she received the Sustained Honor Award from DOD.  She continued in the field of education following her retirement by supervising student teachers for Northern Illinois and University of Illinois-Chicago, teaching gifted 7th and 8th graders and other mathematics classes for the College of Du Page and being Associate Director of an NSF Institute from Northeastern University.

She was a member of the Pleasant Hill and later the Stockland United Methodist Church.  Pauline belonged to many professional organizations- National Education Association, Illinois Education Association, Illinois Retired Teachers Association, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (Newsletter Editor 82-84, secretary 1957), Metropolitan Mathematics Club, National Supervisor of Teachers of Mathematics, Women in Mathematics Education, School Science and Mathematics and Association of Wimen in Science.

She participated in Elm School, Hinsdale PTO activities, was a member of the Hinsdale Caucus for #181 and secretary for 4 years.  She provided a home for two singers for the Hinsdale Opera Company.  She was also a volunteer for the Hinsdale Chapter of Lyric Opera. 

After retirement she was an active quilter in the Lettuce Lake Quilters, in St. Ogden, Florida, Disconnected Piecers Quilt Guild, in Port Charlotte, Florida, Land of Lincoln Quilting Association of Illinois, and the Hands All Around Quilters, in Bloomington, Illinois.  She provided quilts to raffle for the Milford Library, Stockland Community Gym, Milford Methodist Church and Milford Swimming Pool.  Pauline was an avid participant in the Milford early morning swim.

A Celebration of Pauline’s Life will be held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, February 8, 2024, at Blurton Funeral Home, 309 E. Washington St. Hoopeston, with Pastor Mindy Weller White officiating.  Visitation will be from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.  She will be laid to rest following the service in Sugar Creek Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Milford Park and Pool Foundation or the Milford Public Library.  The family has entrusted the Blurton Funeral Home to assist them in honoring Pauline’s life.  Condolences may be shared with the family on her everlasting memorial page at:  www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.

Paula A. Hatfield, 78, of Hoopeston

Paula Ann Hatfield, 78, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 6:47 A.M. Saturday February 3, 2024, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL. She was born June 18, 1945, in Danville, IL, the daughter of Paul and Grace (Hughes) Nolan. She married Robert L. Hatfield on April 12, 1964, in Hoopeston, IL. He preceded her in death on September 4, 2020.

She is survived by two daughters, Julie A. (Kevin) Roskopf of Hoopeston, IL, and Amy L. (Todd) Rush of Hoopeston, IL; one son, Richard L. (Paula) Hatfield of Dahlgren, IL; ten grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren with one more on the way; three aunts, Jean Eighner, Margaret Sims, and Lois Cantwell; several in-laws, Betty (Wilbur) Knight, Ed (Anne) Hatfield, Don (Lana) Hatfield, Dan (Marian) Hatfield, Steve (Sarah) Hatfield, and Anne (Chuck) Murray; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, Paula was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Lois DeVore; one brother, Loren “Bud” Nolan; and one great-grandson, Richey Johnson.

Paula worked at City National Bank in Hoopeston and later as a bookkeeper for Michael P. Graham and then Russell Leigh and Associates. She later worked as the Vermilion County Financial Systems Coordinator for fifteen years until her retirement.  She was a member of the Hoopeston United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women where she served as the treasurer.  Paula enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, reading, and spending the winters in Florida.

Visitation will be held 5:00 – 7:00 P.M. Wednesday February 7, 2024, at Anderson Funeral Home, 427 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL. The funeral service will be held at 10:00 A.M. Thursday February 8, 2024, at the funeral home with Pastor Kathy Murphy officiating. Burial will follow in East Lynn Cemetery in East Lynn, IL.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Paula to the Hoopeston United Methodist Church, 403 E. Main St. Hoopeston, IL 60942.

Please visit www.anderson-funeral-home.com to view Paula’s eternal tribute page and to send the family condolences.

Anderson Funeral Home in Hoopeston is handling the arrangements.

Jean "Rita" Keippel Jeffers, 74, of Hoopeston

 

 

Jean “Rita” Keippel Jeffers, 74, of Hoopeston, passed away at 9:13 a.m. Thursday, February 1, 2024, at her home.

She was born on June 9, 1949, in Desplaines, Illinois, the daughter of Harold and Daisy Belle (Blossom) Glasscock Sr.  She married Don Jeffers on November 29, 2020, in Hoopeston.  He survives.

She is also survived by a daughter- Josephine (Tommy) Egofske of Aurora, Illinois; son- Johnny Keippel of Chicago, Illinois; three grandchildren; brother- Michael Glasscock of Chicago, Illinois; two sisters- Vivian (John) Summerville of Norwood Park, Illinois and Sandra (Daniel) Mantzaris of Orlando, Florida; two brothers-in-law- Tom Bergner of Chicago, Illinois and David (Christina) Jeffers of Prescott Valley, Arizona; two sisters-in-law- Tina (Donald) Jeffers Jackson of Hoopeston and Vickie Jeffers Pierson of Prescott Valley, Arizona; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers- Robert and Harold Glasscock Jr. and one sister- Peggy Bergner.

Rita worked as an office manager for several years at a large paper company in Chicago.  She enjoyed sewing, gardening, collecting dolls and going out to eat.  Rita also loved animals, especially her dog Gizmo.

According to her wishes cremation rites will be arranged by the Blurton Funeral Home, in Hoopeston.  A celebration of her life will be held at a later date and a burial will be held in Fairfield, Illinois.  The family has entrusted the Blurton Funeral Home to assist them in honoring Rita’s life.  Condolences may be shared with the family on her everlasting memorial page at:  www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.

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