Robert Harold Riley led a life that revolved around his family, his religious faith and serving others. He died Wednesday, Feb. 18, at his home in Columbia at the age of 67.
Death notices for Frances Irene Rimmer, Helen Christine Smith, Annabelle J. Roberts, and Lance C. Appleton.
Mr. Trickey died Sunday, Feb. 15. He was 90.
Here are the death notices from Columbia and Boone County reported Feb. 18.
Here are the death notices from Columbia and Boone County reported Feb. 17.
Here are Monday's death notices.
The New Franklin resident died Sunday at Cooper County Memorial Hospital in Boonville.
Death notices for Edward "Wayne" Calvin, Jennifer Golden, Waunettia Straight, Alexander A. Lising and JoAnn Clark.
Waunettia J. Straight, 82, of Columbia died Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015. Members of the Foster Parent Program, she and her husband Walter Straight took in MU foreign exchange students for more than 15 years.
Lowell Ray Crane died Tuesday, Feb. 10. He was 75.
Columbia's community factotum has died at 86 after a life dedicated to making the city a better place to live.
Dr. Thomas Shrout challenged racial barriers and taught his students to think critically and question the status quo as a professor and president of the Missouri School of Religion, which is now the Mid-America Center for Ministry. He died Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015. He was 95.
Lyle Koch displayed a passion for art throughout her life and regularly attended the Quaker Columbia Friends Meeting for more than 40 years.
Mary Faith Russell worked tirelessly for social justice and taught criminology at a St. Louis County high school for nearly 20 years.
For years, Don Naumann wore a ball cap that read "meathead" to display his love for the meat industry. He died Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015.
Mrs. Filinuk was a lifelong Catholic and a philanthropic supporter of children and animals.
Shirley Bernice Felten died Tuesday, Feb. 3. She was 79.
Elizabeth Ann Parry started a food pantry in her hometown of Marshall, Arkansas, with the help of two volunteers. By the time she left, hundreds of volunteers were involved with the effort.
Karl Alan Schweikert died Sunday, Feb. 1. He was 56.
Joel A. Hartman, an associate professor emeritus of rural sociology at MU for 39 years, helped doctors and public health workers understand and work with mid-Missouri Amish and Mennonite communities. He died Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. He was 85.