Nodaway County, Missouri: G-name obituaries
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He was born Dec 30, 1897, in Clearmont to Ira and Florence (Morehouse) Gray.
He married Helen Katherine Burch May 24, 1922, in Clarinda, Iowa.
He graduated from Hopkins High School and attended Maryville Business College.
He farmed in the Bedford, Iowa, and Hopkins areas before retiring.
He was a member of Wray Memorial United Methodist Church, Hopkins, and Hopkins Lions Club.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife, of the home in Hopkins; two sons and two daughters-in-law, Donovan Burch and Kathryn Gray, Kansas City, and Farris and Patsy Gray, Bedford, Iowa; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Verda Fern Hurst, Maryville, and Opal Shinabarger, Santa Rosa, Calif; six nieces and nephews.
Visitation is set for 7 to 8 pm Thursday (March 13, 1986) at Swanson-Price Funeral Home Inc. Chapel, Hopkins.
Services are set for 2 pm Friday (March 14, 1986) at Wray Memorial United Methodist Church. The Rev Marc Hibbard and Joyce Nicholas will officiate.
Burial will be in Hopkins Cemetery, Hopkins.
Swanson-Price Funeral Home is in charge of services.
Maryville Forum, Maryville, Missouri, Mar 12, 1986
Thursday April 30, 1936 [p. 1]
F. B. Goodspeed, 79, Dies In Maryville
Franklin Barton Goodspeed, 79, a well-known farmer and stock raiser of Nodaway County, Mo., died Monday afternoon at his home in Maryville. Complications from a fractured hip, which he injured when he fell on ice a few months ago, and a stroke of paralysis, caused his death.
The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Price Funeral Home in Maryville, conducted by Rev. Thurman Bowen, pastor of the First Baptist church. Burial was in the Bedford cemetery.
Surviving are his widow; one son, Edwin Goodspeed of Maryville; four grandchildren, Robert Franklin Goodspeed, Chicago; Ruth, Arthur and Helen Goodspeed, Maryville; and one brother, Will Goodspeed, Chicago. Two children, [Franklin] Arthur and Stella Goodspeed, preceded him in death. submitted by: Julia Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday January 2, 1919 p. 5
Bertha May Grace was born in Nodaway County, Missouri, January 18, 1888, and departed this life at her home in Sheridan, Mo., December 22, 1918, aged 30 years, 11 months and four days. She died of pneumonia, following influenza.
She united with the Christian church of Sheridan January 19, 1909. Her deafness and poor health, though preventing her from active service for her Master, did not keep her from thinking of and doing for others, even depriving herself for them. She had prepared a number of gifts for her family and friends, and shortly before her death, she rallied sufficiently to give her family theirs and designate for whom others were intended, and spoke cheerfully to the members of her family as they gathered around her.
She leaves a mother, two sisters, Mrs. Lena Haze of Lenox and Mrs. Orah Hawkins of Bedford, and two brothers, Clark J. and Fred of Sheridan. She is preceded to the better land by her father, a sister, Gladys, and a brother, Ward.
The funeral services were conducted from the Christian church in Sheridan December 23, 1918, by Challie E. Graham and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the same cemetery.
The sympathy of the many friends goes out to the bereaved ones in this time of sorrow. May they lean on the everlasting arms and follow Jesus to the land of eternal sunshine and joy.
submitted by: Julia Johnson - email@example.com
 Gaa, Kathryn May Chivington,
82, Maryville, died Thursday, February 14, 2008, at her daughter’s
home in Maryville.
Gladys May Gamel, 85, Hopkins, MO, died Monday, August
21, 2006, at her home in Hopkins.
She was born July 21, 1921 in Bedford, IA to Lloyd and
Bertha (Jarvis) Grubb. She was a graduate of Bedford IA High
School and received her Master's Degree from Northwest
Missouri State Teachers College in Maryville, MO.
She married Dannie James Gamel on December 23, 1940 in
Gladys taught school for 40 years, the last 25 with the North
Nodaway School District. She was a member of the Wray
Memorial United Methodist Church, Hopkins.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Danny Gamel
(July 12, 2004), Grandson, Coy Gamel, parents; infant Brother,
Elton Grubb, brother, Chester Grubb, and sister, Frances Allen.
She is survived by her son, James Gamel and wife Judy,
Granddaughter, Tammy Lynn Wehrkamp and husband Greg,
Great-grandchildren: Mark, Stacey, Seth and Matthew
Wehrkamp, all of Bedford, IA, two sisters: Lillian Gamel, Grant
City, MO and Hazel Hatfield, Lexington, NE; and sister-in-law
Corky Grubb, Alexandria, Louisiana.
Funeral services were held Thursday, August 24, 2006 at
Wray Memorial United Methodist Church, Hopkins, MO. Burial
at Hopkins, MO Cemetery.
Memorials may be left to Wray Memorial United Methodist
Church Hopkins, MO 64461
Price Funeral Home, Maryville, MO in charge of
Gamel, Gladys May, 85, Hopkins, died Monday, August 21, 2006, at her home in Hopkins. Funeral services were held Thursday, August 24, at Wray Memorial United Methodist Church, Hopkins. Burial was in the Hopkins Cemetery. Memorials can be made to the Wray Memorial United Methodist Church. Price Funeral Home, Maryville, was in charge of arrangements. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
 Garbe, Gueynetha E. Miller
Garbe, 78, Maryville, formerly of Ravenwood and Cosby, died Sunday,
December 30, 2007, at Parkdale Manor, Maryville.
 Garrett, Neta Darlene, 62, Memphis [Missouri], died Tuesday, April 11, 2006, at her home. Funeral services were held Saturday, April 15, at the Payne Funeral Chapel, Memphis, with Brother Jack Sumption officiating. Interment was in the Memphis Cemetery, Memphis. Memorials may be made to the First Christian Church of Memphis or the American Cancer Society, which may be left or mailed to the Payne Funeral Chapel, 202 East Madison, Memphis, MO 63555. Arrangements were handled by the Payne Funeral Chapel. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
 Geller, Cassara J., 17, Maryville, died August 16, 2006 at her
home. Graveside services will be 2 pm, Friday, August 18, 2006 at Oak
Lawn Cemetery, Ravenwood. Memorials may be made to the Cassara Geller
Memorial Fund. Price Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
N. Louise, 97, Skidmore, died Thursday, March 8, 2007, at the
Village Care Center, Maryville.
Doris Genevieve, 90, Stanberry, died Monday, December 18, 2006,
at an Albany hospital.
 Gillis, Madeleine M. Mongold
Gillis, 69, Mound City, died Tuesday, October 9, 2007, at her home.
 Gilson, Hiedi Michelle,
26, died Monday, March 3, 2008, at her residence in Killeen, TX.
 Gladfelder, Eilene, 91, St. Joseph, died Thursday, February 28, 2007, at a local healthcare center. Mrs. Gladfelder has been cremated under the direction of Clark-Sampson Funeral Home, St. Joseph. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
 Gladman, Marvin L. - A memorial service to honor the life of Marvin L. Gladman was held Saturday, July 2, at the Arapaho Baptist Church. Graveside services, with military honors, were held, July 5, at Mountain View Cemetery in Riverton [Wyoming]. Cremation has taken place.
Mr. Gladman died at his rural Riverton home on Wednesday evening, June 29, 2005, after suffering a terminal illness. He was 70 years old.
Marvin L. Gladman was born on Nov. 29, 1934, in Worth County, MO, to Edward and Thelma Gladman. Most of his childhood was spent attending schools in and around Worth and Nodaway Counties [Missouri].
In August of 1954, he joined the U.S. Army, working as an anti-aircraft
automatic weapons crewman specialist. He was stationed in Stuttgart,
Germany, near the end of the Korean War. Upon returning to
The couple spent their early married life in Leavenworth, Kansas,
where Mr. Gladman worked at the Veteran's Administration Hospital as
a cook. For many years after that, he worked for various farmers and
In April of 1995, they relocated permanently to Riverton [Wyoming]. His family said his last years were spent fishing and enjoying the outdoors.
Mr. Gladman was of the Baptist faith.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara Gladman of Riverton; four children, Marla Gross and husband Francis of Gravity, Iowa, J. D. Gladman of Riverton, Karen Michel and husband Joe of Riverton, and Eric Gladman of the family home north of Riverton; eight grandchildren, Jamie and Tracy Byrom of Oak Grove, MO; Jason Gladman who is currently serving in the U.S. Army and his wife Gelena of Bedford, Iowa; Shandalen Gross of Gravity, Iowa; Jessica Card-Michel, Cindy Michel, Leslie Gladman, Suzie and Breana Michel, all of Riverton; three great grandchildren, Shanna, Nicolas, and Zavior of Oak Grove, MO; his mother, Thelma Gladman of Mound City, MO; and eight siblings in Florida, Missouri, and Wyoming.
Mr. Gladman was preceded in death by two granddaughters, a brother, two sisters, and his father.
Cards and memorials may be made to the family and may be sent to Karen Michel, 30 Eight Mile Road, Riverton, WY 82501. Local arrangements are under the direction of the Davis funeral Home of Riverton.
Gladman, Marvin L., 70, died Wednesday, June 29, 2005, at his rural Riverton home. A memorial service was held Saturday, July 2, at the Arapaho Baptist Church. Graveside services with military honors was held at Mountain View Cemetery, Riverton. Cards and memorials may be made to the family and may be sent to Karen Michel, 30 Eight Mile Road, Riverton, WY 82501. Arrangements were under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home, Riverton.
 Glines, Eldon A. Glines, 83, of Odessa, passed away, Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at Medical Center Hospital. He was born April 27,1923 in Ravenwood, Missouri to his parents, Albert & Maude Blanchard Glines. Mr. Glines was raised and attended school in New Market, Iowa.
Mr. Glines was married
to Betty Barragar. The couple chose Clarinda, Iowa to settle and raise
their family. Mr. Glines owned and operated a sanitation business throughout
the 50's; during 60's Mr. Glines worked for the City of Clarinda's street
 Gnitt, Sid, 80, St.
Joseph, formerly of Worth County, died Wednesday, November 7, 2007.
Goff, Beverly - Born in Maryville on June 15, 1917, Beverly Goff passed
away peacefully April 22, 2008, in Tucson, AZ.
Preceded in death by her loving husband, Charles Richard Goff; father and mother, Robert and Beulah McGinness; brother, Marlin McGinness; and sisters, Lois McGinness, Roberta Leeper Richey and Shirley Couch Louden.
Survived by sons, James (Janet) Goff and Richard Goff, and daughter, Anne (Rick) Waits; grandchildren, Sarah and Benjamin Goff, and Elizabeth, Mike and John Waits; brothers, Kenneth and Bob McGinness and sisters, Virginia Beal and Doris Willsie.
Beverly was valedictorian of her Maryville High School class, and graduated summa ***** laude from Northwest Missouri Teachers College in 1939.
She married C. Richard Goff after he was released from POW camp in 1945. Together they lived in Kansas City; Warren, NJ; Liberty and Tucson, AZ.
Beverly worked as a dietician at Providence Hospital, Kansas City, KS; home economics teacher in Cleghorn, IA and director of food services for the Berkeley Heights, NJ School District.
Her life and spirit are imprinted on our lives and hearts forever.
Visitation will be held at 1 pm with Services at 2 pm, Saturday, April 26, 2008, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, and burial at Bethany Cemetery, Barnard.
Online condolences may be left at www.pricefuneralhomemaryville.com.
Price Funeral Home, Maryville, is in charge of arrangements.
 Goodson, Leanna Ruth Thornton, 80, Ravenwood, died Friday, March 23, 2007, at her home in Ravenwood. Funeral services were held Monday, March 26, 2007, at Price Funeral Home Chapel, Maryville. Burial was in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Ravenwood. Memorials may be made to SSM Hospice of Northwest Missouri. Arrangements were under the direction of Price Funeral Home, Maryville. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
Cecelia (Pasek) Goodwin, 83, St. Joseph, passed away Saturday, Feb. 19,2005, at a St. Joseph health-care center.
Mrs. Goodwin was born in Halls, Mo., on Jan. 1, 1922. She had lived in St. Joseph all her life.
She was a homemaker and had retired from Whitaker Cable Co. She was a former member of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church and a member of St. James Catholic Church.
Mrs. Goodwin was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Goodwin; her parents, Martin and Margaret Pasek; a brother, Frankic Pasek; and three sisters, Anna Pruden, Katie Hedrington and Sophie Pasek.
Survivors include two sons, Robert and his wife, Becci Goodwin, and Larry Goodwin, all of St. Joseph; two daughters, Nancy and her husband, Dennis Liechti, Elwood, Kan., and Sharon and her husband, Robert Benedetti, Reno, Nev.; a sister, Helen Darst, Milpitas, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, at the Rupp Chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Rupp Funeral Home, where w rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
 Gorsuch, Anna Jane, 99, Maryville, died Tuesday, April 10, 2007, at Village Care Center, Maryville. Mass of Christian burial is 1:30 pm, Saturday, April 14, at St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Church, Maryville. Burial is in St. Columba Cemetery, Conception. Visitation is 6-7 pm, Friday, April 13, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, with a prayer service at 7 pm. A luncheon will be served at 12 noon, Saturday, April 14, at the Parish Hall at St. Gregory’s for friends and relatives. Memorials may be made to St. Gregory’s Church. Price Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
 Goslee, Carrol Quentin “Q” , 86, Skidmore, died September 5, 2006, at Heartland Regional Medical Center, St. Joseph. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 pm, Thursday, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville. Funeral services will be held at 10 am, Friday, September 8, at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, with Masonic Rites and burial at Hillcrest Cemetery, Skidmore. Memorials may be made to the Skidmore United Methodist Church or the American Cancer Society. Arrangements were under the direction Price Funeral Home, Maryville. Newsleader, Maryville, Missouri
 Grace, Darrell W. Grace,
80, Burlington Jct., died Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at St. Francis Hospital
and Health Services, Maryville.
 Gregory, James Robert “Bob”
Gregory, 86, Maryville, died Monday, June 11, 2007, at his home.
Grimes, Manning E., Dr,, 98, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005, in St.
Dr. Grimes was born Sept. 29, 1906, in Saline County-Marshall, Mo., to Virgil E. and Martha C. (Hains) Grimes. He grew up in Slater, Mo., and moved to St. Joseph in 1934 where he resided for the rest of his life.
He married Beatrice E. Penny on April 21, 1935, in Braymer, Mo. She preceded him in death on Feb. 15, 2004.
Also preceding him in death was a daughter, Donna Kay Wright; a grandson, David Scott Wright; a sister, Minnie Nadine Buchanan; and his parents.
Dr. Grimes received his A.B and B.S degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia and his M.D. degree from the University of Chicago Rush Medical College in 1934.He was a member of the Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. He was also a member of the American Medical Association and the Missouri State Surgical Society. He was elected a “Charter Fellow” of the American Academy of Family Practice and received the state’s highest award as Missouri Doctor of the Year in 1974.
He had served as president of the following organizations: Buchanan County Medical Society, Northwest Missouri Academy of General Practice, and the Ensworth Society. In the past, he had acted as Chief of Staff of the former Methodist and St. Joseph Hospitals.
He served seven years on the Board of Governors in the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. He was the Medical Director of Swift & Co. for five years. He served many years as Coroner of Buchanan County beginning in 1965 and worked on the State Para-Medical Committee to get a unified medical examiner law enacted in Missouri. The Missouri State Medical Society honored him for 50 years of service in 1985.
Dr. Grimes was an active member of the University of Missouri-Columbia Alumni Association as well as belonging to many of the University’s other organizations. He entertained the Mizzou Alums Association for many years at his farm with hayrides and picnics. During World War II, he was in the National Guard in the Medical detachment of the 35th Tank Company. For many years, he belonged to the St. Joseph Country Club and Moila Country Club.
He was a past President of the Optimist International, a lifetime member of the Moila Shrine Temple, Charter member of the Hi 12 Association, 32nd degree Scottish Rite, and a lifetime member of the Royal Order of the Jester’s Court 98.
Dr. Grimes participated in the restoration and preservation of the historic Robidoux Row. He instituted the Endowment Fund to ensure its preservation. He furnished many antiques for the Robidoux Row Kitchen, tack and gear for the Pony Express Museum and antiques for the Patee House Museum. He served on the board of the Albrecht-Kemper Art Museum and actively participated in Museum progress for many years. A Western Art Gallery was dedicated to Manning and Beatrice on Aug. 20, 1993.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church and served on its board for many years.
While sustaining a large medical practice, delivering over 4,000 babies over his 50 years of service, Dr. Grimes still had time for his family, friends, and community.
Manning’s life was an adventure! He was a farm boy, a working student, a tour bus driver in Glacier Park, Montana, an artist, a gardener, a sports fan, and always a lover of life.
Survivors: a son, Richard Manning Grimes of Scottsdale, Ariz.; two daughters, Penny Millican of Bellaire, Texas, and Dee Ann Skipton of Paradise Valley, Ariz.; one brother, Cap and his wife of Slater, Mo.; one niece, Gayle Sillin of Carrollton, Mo.; eight grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren.
Service: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, Meierhoffer Chapel. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Funeral Home. The family suggests memorial gifts to Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art or the Robidoux Row Museum.
 Groom, Evelyn Faye Groom,
84, Worth, died Tuesday, September 18, 2007.
Quinten Robert, son of Mitch and Tracy (Carmichael) Grossoehme was
stillborn Monday, November 14th at Heartland Regional Medical Center,
St Joseph, Missouri.
He was preceded in death by his maternal great-grandparents: Emmett and Gertrude (Cline) Carmichael and Ermil (Stevenson) Cottle; paternal great-grandparents: Robert and Wilma (Schubert)Grossoehme and Clarence Farrens.
Survivors include Quinten's parents: Mitch and Tracy Grossoehme, Skidmore, Missouri; sister: Whitney Grossoehme and brother: Micah Grossoehme, of their home; maternal grandparents: Steve and Phyllis (Cottle) Carmichael, Pickering, Missouri; paternal grandparents: Bob and Carla (Farrens) Grossoehme, Burlington Junction, Missouri; maternal great-grandfather Elmer Cottle, Maryville, Missouri and paternal great-grandmother: Mary Ann (Schooler) Farrens, Burlington Junction; 2 uncles: Ryan Carmichael and Aaron Grossoehme; an aunt: Joella Grossoehme and cousin: Jaime Grossoehme.
Funeral Services will be 10:30 am Thursday, November 17, 2005 at the Maitland Christian Church, Maitland, Missouri. Burial will be in the Maitland Cemetery, Maitland, Missouri.
Price Funeral Home, Maryville, Missouri is in charge of arrangements.
 Guenther, Katherine Elizabeth, 87, Guilford,
died Friday, July 27, 2007, at Parkdale Manor Care Center, Maryville.