William Orville George was a mechanic with a passion for woodworking and anything with wheels. He worked at MU for 31 years.
Gene Vance Neff Paterson lived in Columbia for 40 years and was an active member of the community.
Civil rights activist and former MU student, Rory Ellinger, worked toward equality in Columbia before becoming University City representative. He died Wednesday morning.
Susan Lynn Richardson of Columbia died Sunday, April 6, 2014. She was 59.
Morgan LeAnn Myers of Columbia died April 3, 2014. She was 16.
Morgan LeAnn Myers of Columbia died Thursday, April 3, 2014. She was 16.
A beekeeper with a passion for gardening, Maybelle T. Parton of Columbia died Thursday, April 3, 2014. She was 85.
Helen Jane Richardson of Ashland died Thursday, April 3, 2014, at Boone Hospital Center. She was 92.
Helen Jane Richardson passed away on Thursday at the age of 92 at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia.
Dr. Marvin Lindsey Mack of Columbia died Sunday, March 30, 2014. He was 62. In 1989, Dr. Mack opened the Walk-In Medical Clinic. He treated many patients of all walks of life until his death.
Visitation and services will be held Friday at Memorial Funeral Home, Business Loop 70 W.
He taught at the MU School of Medicine for 45 years and was devoted to education throughout his life.
Ruth C. Lewis of Kirksville died Monday, March 31. She was 71.
Mr. Bias worked at his commercial lawn service, Bias Lawn Service, and Carquest until he was 85.
Dolores Louise Quick Geiger of Columbia died Saturday, March 29, 2014. She was 85.
Dolores Louise Quick Geiger of Columbia died Saturday, March 29. She was 85.
Nicholas Robert Kieffer Jr., Oct. 8 1940-April 1, 2014, of Columbia died Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
Dorothy Mae DuNard wrote about segregation, urban renewal and eminent domain as a journalist in Columbia. She was well known and admired by her neighbors, who she cared for deeply. Mrs. Dunard died Saturday. She was 96.
Richard Vitiello owned and operated PC Avenue with his wife, Donna Sapp. He was also a pilot.
A life-long Columbia resident, Jerry Ray Nichols Sr. found joy in computers, hunting and supporting his family. Mr. Nichols died on Thursday, March 27. He was 61.