The Henderson County Quill from Stronghurst, Illinois (2024)

14 Henderson Co. Quill, Ill. Wed. Oct. 17, 1990 Rev.

Marvin C. Snapp The Rev. Marvin C. Snapp, 68, a retired Methodist minister, died at 9:56 A.M. Monday (Oct.

8, 1990) in Blessing Hospital in Quincy where he had been a patient since October 5. Born in Carlisle, Ky. on August 16, 1922, Mr. Snapp was the son of Tilton C. and Rosa Ritchie Snapp.

He married Clara Mildred Morris on January 31, 1942, in Carlisle. She survives. He attended Rose Hill Grade School and Carlisle High School and the Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. A minister with the United Methodist Church, Mr. Snapp first served in Sandy Hook, and later in Sardis, Ky.

He served Illinois churches in ColumbusCoatsburg-Pleasant Grove in Adams County, Loda, Wellington, Stronghurst, Alpha, and retired in 1987 from Abingdon. He was interim pastor at the Church of the Nazarene in Mount Sterling. Mr. Snapp was a member of the American Bible Society and the Central Illinois Conference United Methodist Church. Survivors also include two daughters, Pasty Malone of Brownsburg, and Gail Myers of Quincy; two sons, Marvin Kenneth Snapp of Lubbock, Texas, and Garnett Michael Snapp of Warren, R.I.; a brother, Thurman Snapp of Carlisle; two sisters, Pearl Miller and Thelma Morris of Carlisle; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Mr. Snapp was preceded in death by a brother, Leonard; two sisters, Elloree Ritchie and Elsie Myneaer. Services were conducted Thursday at 2 P.M. in the Camp Point United Methodist Church by District Superintendent Gary Bass and Rev. Richard Robinson.

Burial was in the Coatsburg Cemetery. Services were held in the Camp Point United Methodist Church. Memorials may be made to the Camp Point United Methodist Church. Mildred Snapp's address is: 308 Vermont Point, IL 62320. MORE af (600 From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Matthew 4:17 ACFALL MONUMENT QUALITY HAND STENCILING PERSONALIZED LAYOUTS REASONABLE COST SOLD POUR FOUNDATION MCFall Monument 801 Wes: Mar Galesburg 342-6512 Obituaries John Wegman John Wegman, 98, formerly of 2929 Sunnyside Burlington, died at 4:40 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1990, at Burlington Medical Center's Klein unit. Born Jan. 9, 1892, in Fallenden, Switzerland, he was the son of Henry and Susanna Schweizer Wegman.

He married Lena M. Heiniger Feb. 21, 1917, in Sabetha, Kan. She died July 4, 1988. He left Switzerland in 1909 with his parents and 10 brothers and sisters.

He had farmed in the Oakville area since 1941, retiring in 1956. He was a member of the Oakville Apostolic Christian Church. Surviving are one son, Sam Wegman, rural Mediapolis, two daughters, Mrs. Lu ise (Floyd) Rowell, Oak ville, IA. and Mrs.

Wilma (Ve. non) Stoller, rural, Burlingion, one sister, Mrs. Elsie Mika, Junction City, 10 grandchildren; 21 great and two The Lunning was in great-great-grandchildren. charge of arrangements. The service for Mr.

Wegman was held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Apostolic Christian Church with the ministers of the church officiating. Burial was in the Apostolic Cemetery, Oakville, IA. A memorial has been established for the Apostolic Christian Home for the Handicapped, Morton, Ill. Alice Mason Alice Mason, 88, of Henderson County Retirement Center, Stronghurst, died at 7:35 a.m.

Saturday, Sept. 13, 1990. Born May 16, 1902, in Oakville, IA. she was the daughter of James and Nora Nott Paxton. She married William McCoy.

He died in 1925. She married Clyde Mason, Oct. 4, 1952, in Burlington, IA. He died April 23, 1983. She worked for a number of years at the Iowa Army ammunition Plant and was later a housekeeper at Mercy Hospital.

She was a member of the Gladstone United Methodist Church, Gladstone, and the United Methodist Women. Surviving are two stepdaughters, Martha Schmoldt, Muscatine, IA and Mildred Slaback, Rockford, and six grandchildren. Graveside services were at Carman Cemetery at 11 a.m. Tuesday, with the Rev. William Morris officiating.

Sederwall Chapel, Biggsville was in charge of arrangements. A memorial has been established for the Gladstone Methodist Church, the Happy Rock Senior Citizens or the Gladstone Lions Club. For what avail the plow or sail, Or land or life, If freedom fail? -Ralph Waldo Emerson B. Marjorie Patch June Casey B. Marjorie Patch, 74, of LaHarpe, died at 9 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1990, at the La Health Care Center. Born Jan. 8, 1916, in Blandinsville, she was the daughter of Robert and Laura Hollibaugh Green. She married Lyle Brotherton April 14, 1934.

She later married Norbert Patch, July 12, 1942, in Kahoka, Mo. He died Nov. 25, 1989. 4 She had worked at the Brotherton Men's Wear Store in Blandinsville and later at the Burlington Hospital. She had lived in Blandinsville for many years where she had served as organist at the First Christian Church and later at the Old Bedford Christian Church.

She was a member of the Disco Embroidery Club, the RSVP and the LaHarpe Union Church. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann (Roger) Johnson, LaHarpe; one, brother, Ensil Green, Blandinsville; one sister, Mrs. Dorcas Shryack, Blandinsville; and five grandchildren. Services for Mrs.

Patch were held at Banks and Beals Funeral Home in LaHarpe last Saturday, with Revs. Bruce Goettsche and Lee Unger officiating. Burial took place in the Glade City Cemetery in Blandinsville. A memorial has been established for the LaHarpe Union Church. Rilla Phillips Rilla Phillips, 83, a former rural Alexis resident, died at 3:30 P.M.

Wednesday, October 10, 1990, at the Aledo Health Care Center. She was born on March 25, 1907, in Warren County, the daughter of Charles E. and Sophronia (Waldron) Ross. She was reared and educated in rural Roseville. She married Winnie Everett Phillips on May 22, 1924.

He preceded her in death on January 29, 1974. She was a member of the Asbury Methodist Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Roy (Elsie) Gerald of Little York, Mrs. Ivan (Mary Ann) Swenson of Little York, Mrs.

Marjorie Lee of Pleasant Hill, California, and Mrs. June Spees of Downing, 15 grandchildren; 30 greatgrandchildren; six stepgrandchildren; five stepgreat-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Lillian Turley of Roseville, Mrs. Emil (Myrtle) Strong of Roseville and Mrs. Tom (Thelma) Foster of Dallas City, along with nieces and nephews.

Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, a son, John and two sisters. Funeral services were at 10:30 A.M. Monday at Hoover Memorial Chapel, Monmouth, with Rev. Steve Smith of Little York United Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Asbury Cemetery near Roseville.

Memorials may be left for SEdERWAll CHApEl Biggsville, Illinois John Turnbull Avis Sederwall June E. Casey, 74, of Oquawka, died Tuesday, October 9, 1990 at 3:22 A.M. in Community Memorial Hospital, Monmouth. She was born November 14, 1915, in Bingham, the daughter of Virgil and Charolette Sears Meyer. She married Levi Casey on January 20, 1935, in Greenville.

Together they raised seven children. He preceded her in death on October 21, 1986. She was a homemaker, retiring from the Iowa Ammunitions Plant, Burlington, Iowa, in 1972. Surviving are two daughters, Gwendolyn Forrester of Oquawka and Ramona Wilson of Keithsburg; four sons, Joseph Casey of Ozark, Buddy Allen Casey of Batavia, Terry Casey of Oquawka and Ron Casey of Keithsburg; 22 grandchildren; 26 greatgrandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Danielson of Aurora and one brother, George Meyer of Dover.

Preceding her in death were her husband, one son in 1974 and one brother. Services were held at 2 P.M. Saturday at the First Christian Church Keithsburg with Rev. Charles Reynolds of the church and William Schlobohm of Oquawka Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Green Mound Cemetery, Keithsburg.

William Anderson William L. Anderson, 69, of Route 1, Gladstone, died al 6:15 A.M. Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1990, at Burlington Medical Center. Born May 30, 1921, in Fredrick, he was the son of Roy and Pearl Reeves Anderthe Aledo Health Care Center.

son. He married Karen S. Lumsden May 20, 1985, in For- sythe, Mo. He was a conductor for Amtrak for 45 years, retiring in 1985. He was a 1940 graduate of Galesburg High School and was a U.S.

Navy veteran of World War II. He had lived in Gladstone the last five years and was a member of the United Transportation Union. Surviving are his wife; one son, William D. Anderson, Galesburg, one stepdaughter, Kammera Kay Jergens, Cedar Rapids; three brothers, Russell G. Anderson, Virgil L.

Anderson and Ronald L. Anderson, all of Galesburg, one sister, Mrs. Sandra Sweborg, Des Moines; and four grandchildren. The service for Mr. Anderson will be 1:30 p.m.

Thursday at the Hinchliff-Pearson-West Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Norman Myer officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Galesburg. A memorial has been established for the American Cancer Society. M.

Muriel Cooper M. Muriel Cooper, 94, of 303 South E. Street, Monmouth, died at 9:22 a.m. Monday, Oct. 15, at St.

Mary's Medical Center, Galesburg, Ill. Born March 23, 1896, in Henderson County, she the daughter of John and was Anna Thiemes Cooper. She married Clarence R. Cooper Dec. 12, 1923.

He died May 19, 1960. She was raised and educated in Henderson County. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Heritage United Presbyterian Church, Monmouth, and its Rachel and Dorcas circles, the Norwood CC Club and the Seaton Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. Surviving are one daughter, Ruth Cooper Johnson, Burlington; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

The service for Mrs. Cooper will be 11 a.m. Thursday at the Turnbull Funeral Home with the Revs. Chester Chandler and Dwight Netzer officiating. Burial was in the Norwood Cemetery.

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