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Obituaries

Dr. John Claude Schuder worked for peace, civil rights

John Claude Schuder, 90, of Columbia, died Saturday, April 7, 2012.

Carolyn Leuthold, 1932 — April 6, 2012, of Columbia

John Claude Schuder, March 2, 1922 — April 7, 2012, of Columbia

Michael D. Blackburn, Dec. 9, 1945 — April 3, 2012, of Columbia

Dr. Michael D. Blackburn's passion for healing spurred by war experiences

Frances Sackman loved tennis, Scrabble

Frances Sackman died Thursday, March 29, 2012. She was 99.

Barber shop owner was awarded Silver Star for service in WWII

Chester C. Logan died Friday, March 30, 2012. He was 97. Mr. Logan owned West Side Barber Shop, at the intersection of Garth Avenue and West Broadway, for almost 40 years. 

Veteran Anthony James Luciano dies at 74

Chester C. Logan, 97, served at Battle of Bulge

Chester C. Logan, a longtime local barber and World War II veteran, died Friday. He was 97.

Jo Ann Smarr was Boone County native

James "Fireball" Jenkins worked hard, loved to race

James 'Fireball' Jenkins, 78, had long racing career

James "Fireball" Jenkins of Slater died Sunday, March 18. He was 78.

Matthew Ross shared close bond with co-workers

Irene Nolin enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren

Douglass High School classmate DeAudre Johnson was well-loved

Students at Douglass High School are remembering the life of DeAudre Johnson and the times they spent with him.

Betty N. Workman worked at The Downtowner for more than 15 years

Veteran John Hemminger was 'perfectionist'

John Hemminger of Brookfield died Monday, March 5, 2012. He was 64.

Henry Hager, 85, MU journalism professor, remembered for graceful interaction

Priscilla Guzman remembered for loyalty, compassion

Ms. Guzman, whom friends remember as goofy, strong-willed, loyal and charismatic, died last Thursday, March 1, in Columbia.

William Granville Buckler

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