Services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Desiree White, 50, was a graduate of Columbia College and loved playing guitar.
Desiree White, a passionate woman who loved her family, friends, music, and her cat, died Monday from a sudden illness.
Christopher C. Clark, 44, was born in Peoria, Ill. and was a graduate of Rock Bridge High School.
Charles F. Pinney Jr. died Tuesday, April 23. He was 92. He worked at Boeing for 30 years.
Janet Riley died Monday, April 22, 2013, in Columbia. She was 79.
Mary Mildred Dothage, 88, was married to her husband Waldo Dothage for more than 60 years. They met in San Francisco during World War II, when he served in the Navy and she helped with the wartime effort.
Mrs. Dierker loved her family, her country home and the mountains.
Wallace Gordon Hartley, 86, of Columbia, died Saturday, April 20, 2013, at his home in Columbia
Faye Lewis had Parkinson's disease and lived in Parkside Manor for six years before her death.
Forest Lester Daly died Saturday. He was 81.
Mr. L'Hote died Friday, April 12, 2013. He was 72.
A lifelong member of First Baptist Church, she sang in the choir her husband directed. She also taught music for Columbia Public Schools and fostered a creative, artistic household for her children.
Hazell Dean Hitt died at her home on Saturday, April 6, 2013. She was 83.
Constance "Connie" Guy enjoyed spending time with her family at their lake house on Holiday Acres Lake north of Moberly, where she taught her three children to swim. Children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and some family friends gathered at the lake house each summer for a reunion.
Mr. Dierker, a bird watcher since he was able to hold binoculars, his wife said, received his doctorate from MU in the late 1970s and worked on an MU Extension project that identified weeds in crop fields across Missouri.
Susan Kauffman, 67, died Saturday, April 6, 2013. She was 67.
Adelaide D. Smith died Sunday, March 31, 2013. She was 97. Mrs. Smith worked on the highly secret Manhattan Project, and was known for the stories she told of her brilliant bosses.
Bill Dierker of Harrisburg served in World War II.
Betty G. Kemper died Thursday, April 4, 2013. She was 81.