Ed Johnson, owner of Broadway Diner, died Oct. 21 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 84 years old.
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Michael Prude Sr. died Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the age of 54 due to complications from a stroke.
No matter the demands of his job, Knight went out of his way to help the next generation of attorneys.
As a home school communicator at Rock Bridge, he brought comic relief, a no-nonsense approach and an eagerness to learn.
An informal celebration of Eldon Cole's life will be 5-8 p.m. Friday in Mount Vernon, southwest of Springfield.
Drewing was a leader in the car sales industry. He was also a father, friend and benefactor of local charities.
Among his signature traits were his Hawaiian shirts, tendency to keep a car he owned until it broke dow and love of poker.
James "Jim" Whitt, mentor and inspiration to generations of Columbians, passed away Monday evening. He was 74.
Hayes was the first Black student to graduate with a four-year Missouri School of Medicine degree.
Her writing lifted her up through a decadeslong battle with schizophrenia.
Markgraf served as fire chief for 23 years and left an impact at the Columbia Fire Department and in the community.
He had a love for travel and animals, but most importantly for his faith and loved ones.
Wootton worked as a drug addiction counselor, helping people get rehabilitated on their way through the prison system.
The longtime Columbia College, Stephens College and MU professor passed away peacefully Feb. 5
Kentrell touched the lives of many people across Columbia, leaving a legacy of service and friendship.