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Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church and School. Caroline was born July 17, , in Miller, Iowa. She was the daughter of William and Anna Laesch Kummer. Caroline graduated from Bloomington High School. They farmed northeast of Heyworth since They celebrated 63 years together. Howard preceded her in death on Oct. Caroline was an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church and served on the altar guild for 17 years.

She was active in several organizations throughout her life. She was a member of Home Extension for 37 years, a cook at the Heyworth Grade School for 17 years, retiring in She was a 4-H leader for 10 years. She was a member of Flying Farmers for plus years. They made many flying farmer friends and Caroline was the Flying Farmer Queen for the Illinois Chapter on more than one occasion. She was also an avid golfer at Highland for plus years after retiring.

She had 24 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Caroline's confirmation verse she always remembered is "You are bought with a price: He survives in Lincoln. Additionally, Elaine is survived by several nieces, nephews, and cousins. After college she worked as a charge nurse at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln; where she later retired from.

Graveside services for Elaine will be held at Munster, 80, of Le Roy, Illinois, passed away at 5: His funeral service will be held at Visitation will be from 3: She passed away December 21, He is survived by his two sons, Ricky A. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Elmo and John Munster, and a brother-in-law, Bill Mitchell. He was a member of the Le Roy Christian Church. She married Lewis M. Voyles on July 30, , in Lincoln, IL. He preceded her in death on March 17, Kathryn is survived by her children, Ruby Swinford and Merle Abe Voyles; her sister, Vivian Skelton; 10 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and 20 great-great-grandchildren.

Kathryn was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter, Vivian Harris; four sisters, and two brothers. Services for Kathryn will be held at Visitation will take place from 2: Pulaski IL, passed away on Sunday, September 2, He married Wyvona Price on December 1, Wyvona and Mary preceded him in death. Pulaski, 28 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. Tom was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church where he served as a trustee and was very involved with the Family Life Center.

He was a master mason and belonged to the Mt. Pulaski Masonic Lodge, where he received his year pin. He was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Historical Society and a very active member of the Mt. Pulaski VFW Post Tom was known for his skills to build, fix or figure out how things worked.

He was an open-hearted, generous man and always utilized these skills to help others. Tom spent his last two years in Idaho with his son Ben where he loved driving the cart while Ben played golf, keeping score and commenting on his shots. The family would like to thank the staff of Fairwinds of Sandcreek who took loving care of him. Services for Tom will be at Wednesday, September 12, , at the Mt. Visitation will be from 4: Pulaski is entrusted with the arrangements.

Services will be 1: There will be no visitation. He married Carol A. She passed away March 17, Survivors include his children: Brad Kathy Willis, Kansas. A private family gathering will be at a later date. The family would like to thank the staff at the Farmer City Rehabilitation and Health Care for the excellent care and friendship while Charles was a resident. Overbey, 73 of Chestnut, IL passed away 6: Visitation will be 10 — 11 AM, Saturday at the funeral home.

He married Linda K. Grathwohl July 3, , in Clinton, IL. She passed away December 4, Darlene Naugle, Lawndale, IL. He passed away July 24, She was an avid gardener and especially enjoyed raising flowers.

Clara Belle also greatly enjoyed lapidary and fishing. The family would like to thank the staff of Farmer City Rehabilitation and Health Care for the excellent care and friendship while Clara Belle was a resident. Robert was born Aug. He loved farming and enjoyed woodworking. Navy in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Lela; his wife, Carol Wessel; one son-in-law; and one daughter-in-law. Private family services will take place at a later date.

Most of her childhood was spent in Greenville, Illinois. She was graduated magna cum laude from Lincoln Christian University with a B. She Married Paul Boatman on June 11, They also shared in extensive missionary travels to 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

She was a partner in the founding of C. She is honored with a plaque for her role in dedicating a unit of Kuki Christian Hospital in Imphal, India.

Mary's Christian faith was demonstrated in her heavy investment in the work of Lincoln Christian Church, serving at various times as Children's Minister, Nursery School teacher, a teacher in children's Sunday School and Vacation Bible School programs, and sponsor in the youth program. She participated in various programs both among the members of the church and in outreach to the community. Thirty years ago she joined the "Boatman Men" in climbing Mt.

Whitney, the highest mountain in the lower 48 states. Mary's love for her children and grandchildren was compelling. Even as dementia began to intrude she cherished "the little ones," celebrating their victories and accomplishments and weeping for their hurts and disappointments.

Her nearly decade-long battle with Alzheimer's disease was engaged with transparency and courage as she joined in three different experimental drug studies. She did not expect the drugs to help her, but she wanted to do her part so that her grandchildren might not face the ravages of the disease.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Bob Kinney, and her grandson, Zachary Braddy. Her infectious smile will be missed by many. Visitation will be from 1: The Funeral service will follow the visitation at 4: Burial will take place Joseph Medical Center, Bloomington.

His funeral will be at 2: Interment will be private. Visitation will be from 1 p. Sunday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Susan G.

Komen for the Cure. He was born Aug. He married Sally A. Surviving are a son, Howard Breeden Jr. Howard served in the U. Marine Corps and retired from Pipefitters Local A man with a knowledge of many subjects, he was a source of support for anyone in need.

Howard enjoyed fishing, Harley Davidsons and collecting stamps and coins. He was incredibly patriotic which especially showed in his love of eagles. He was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather whose wonderful smile and sense of humor will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Thayer, 83, of Clinton, passed away at 3: Marvin was born Aug.

He married Lois Walden May 7, , in Clinton. Survivors include Lois, his wife of 63 years; sons, Keith A. Thayer and Larry D. Marvin was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Richard and Robert Thayer. Marvin was a steward of the land as a farmer for 54 years.

His funeral will be held at Visitation will be from 5: He married Eloyce L. Harold was a farmer, bus driver and custodian for the Heyworth School District for several years. He was a year member of the Heyworth Christian Church, where he served on the church board for several years.

Harold was an avid Chicago Cubs fan. A graveside service will celebrate her life at the Bushnell Township Cemetery on Thursday, August 30 at Richard Gray officiating the service. She was married for 55 years to her loving husband, Weldon Richard Hovell saying goodbye to him on March 3, Hovell; son-in-law, Kevin R.

Rustemeyer preceded her in death. She had an unwavering faith in God and practiced her love for the Lord as a member of the Heyworth Christian Church where she was involved in numerous senior events.

Her great sense of humor and quick smile brightened the day of many of those around her. She was lovingly cared for by Dr. Brit Williams and the staff at Manor Court. The family gives them their greatest gratitude. She married William C. He preceded her in death on March 10, Services for Evelyn will be held at Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service also at the church.

Burial will follow the services at New Union Cemetery in Lincoln. No services are planned at this time. A private family gathering will be held. She grew up on their dairy farm with her sisters: Pat graduated from Beason High School, the Class of He died April 7, , just two weeks short of their 50th wedding anniversary. There are three great-grandchildren: A daughter and grandson also survive.

Pat was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, her husband and an infant daughter. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She loved animals and children. Throughout the years she crocheted, knitted, sewed, tatted and tooled leather.

She also taught herself to weave baskets and make cornhusk dolls. She was also an expert at making Christmas candy and baking bread.

Visitation will be 5 to 7 p. His funeral will be 11 a. Tuesday at the funeral home. Michael was an avid Chicago Cubs and Bears fan. His passion was construction. He would routinely watch construction work being done, whether it was houses being built or holes being dug. Newby, 66, of Heyworth, passed away at 9: June 14, , at his home. A celebration of life will be from 1 to 5 p.

Memorials may be directed to Wish Bone Canine Rescue. John was born Oct. He married Pam Eversole on July 5, , in Shelbyville. He joined Ameren where he worked as a substation electrician for 20 years and worked for Ameren for a total of 32 years. He loved motorcycles and enjoyed his rides. John loved being outdoors and planting trees on his acres of land. He owned and operated Tamara's Estate Sales with his wife Pam. He married Katherine Courtney on April 18, She passed away on Oct.

Harold was a longtime truck driver for General Grocer and Martin Brower, retiring in He loved his role as grandfather and great-grandfather, and was always willing to help anyone who needed it.

He is survived by a son, Harold Rotramel Jr. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, a grandson, a great-granddaughter, a nephew, and a brother-in-law.

Cremation rites have been accorded. A memorial service will be 6 p. Visitation will be one hour prior to services at the funeral home. Inurnment with military honors will be 11 a. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Condolences may be shared with the family at eastlawn-bloomington. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Doughton Edwards Shirley was active in her community and enjoyed her service as trustee of Lincoln College, board member of Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation, board member of the Logan County Cemetery District, and founding board member of Logan County Paramedics Association.

She was an active member of Trinity Episcopal Church and as an avid reader, belonged to the Monday and Friday book clubs. Shirley was born in Lincoln, and grew up in Topeka, Kan. The family would like to thank Kathy Aderman, who was devoted to our mother for many years. She made sure the house was welcoming to all. Thanks to Ed, Charlie and Richard Jacobs as well. Her service will be at 10 a. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.

Burial at Old Union Cemetery will follow the service. Burial will follow in Mansfield Cemetery, with military rites accorded. Visitation will be from 6: He married Mary H. Hardwick on September 14, , in Bement, Illinois. She survives in Mansfield, Illinois. He is also survived by four sons, Charles H. Moxley of Mansfield, Illinois, Mineous F. Charlie retired in , from the University of Illinois, where he worked as a mechanic at the South Garage.

He was an Army Veteran of the Vietnam War. Services will be 10 A. Visitation will be 5 — 8 P. He passed away March 30, She spent many years as a special education and elementary school teacher.

Jan enjoyed golfing, playing bridge, biking, and traveling with great friends. Her number one hobby was loving on her grandchildren. Jan volunteered at the Neighborhood Care Center and had a passion for helping others in need. She was a devoted mother and super fun Nana.

Her compassion touched many and she will be greatly missed. Watkins, 72, of Lincoln passed away on Sunday, August 19, , at St. She married James M. Watkins on February 10, , in Staunton, IL.

Additionally, Cheryl is survived by one great-grandchild, and two step great-grandchildren. Cheryl was a retired secretary for Tarter Bros. Cheryl also enjoyed country dancing with her husband, they were known to have taught a few country dancing classes as well. A Memorial Gathering will take place for Cheryl from 4: Burial will follow in Greenleaf Cemetery with military rites accorded.

She survives in Wapella, Illinois. Pulaski, passed away at 8: Friday, August 17, , at her residence. She married Keith H. He preceded her in death on February 26, Surviving are four children, Keith H. Rick Irwin of Springfield, IL. She is also survived by her sister Sarah Logan of Mt. Pulaski, six grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one son Roger, one sister Audrey Barton and two half-brothers, Milton Jenks and Adrian Jenks. Boots was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, the Mt. Services for Boots will be Pulaski, IL with Mark Weber officiating. Visitation will be 2 hours prior to service, Pulaski Cemetery will follow the service.

Memorials may be made to the Wilham family for the care of Sandy Wilham. His mother, Hazel Agee. There are 8 grandchildren. Jackson's autopsy confirmed that he had vitiligo. Segmental depigmentation means only one side of the body is affected, whereas generalized depigmentation means many parts of the body are affected.

He would often call his dermatologist 's nurse and future wife Debbie Rowe to get medical information as well as emotional support. Taraborrelli stated that Jackson was diagnosed with discoid lupus. To treat this condition, Jackson had hydroxychloroquine injected directly into his scalp regularly. He also used Solaquin, Retin A and Benoquin and had to avoid sun exposure more than ever. Taraborrelli stated the lupus was on remission later. Jackson's autopsy did not confirm or refute the claim that he had lupus.

Over time, Jackson's facial structure changed as well. Surgeons speculated he also had a forehead lift, cheekbone surgery and altered his lips. However, the surgery was not a complete success, and he complained of breathing difficulties that would affect his career.

He was referred to Steven Hoefflin , who performed his second rhinoplasty in In his book, Jackson attributed the changes in the structure of his face to puberty , a strict vegetarian diet, weight loss, a change in hair style and stage lighting. Jackson sued the tabloid, and, in , they agreed to an out-of-court settlement with Jackson. At the High Court, the paper's former editor acknowledged that after meeting Jackson in person, he believed that Jackson was neither hideously disfigured nor scarred at all.

A Daily Mirror solicitor maintained that the publication did not tamper with the picture. Media reports stated that Jackson's autopsy reported one scar beside each of his nostrils, one scar behind each of his ears, and two scars on his neck, "probably" from cosmetic surgery, [43] plus cosmetic tattoos on his eyebrows, around his eyes and lips, and on his scalp at his receding hairline.

In the unedited version of the documentary Living With Michael Jackson , which was shown in court in , Jackson said he had two procedures on his nose so that he could breathe better. My father has the same thing. We have Indian blood. By , Jackson's transformation raised questions about race, gender, sexuality and age, which author Joseph Vogel argued made him the most famous symbol of androgyny. Over the years, Jackson had various medical problems that were covered by the media.

In early , Jackson was treated for scalp burns after his hair caught fire during a commercial shoot. Mark Zatzkis, "laboratory and X-ray tests of Jackson's heart and lungs revealed no abnormalities"; the pains "were caused by bruised ribs suffered during a vigorous dance practice". Various concerts were cancelled owing to illness, and a remaining tour was called off due to addiction. On March 12, , Jackson cancelled a show in St.

Louis which was rescheduled for March 14; on March 13, Jackson performed in St. Louis although he was fighting a cold. The cold progressed to laryngitis ; the show on March 14, was also cancelled. In August , a concert in London, England had to be postponed due to a viral infection. Four days later, Jackson performed in Cardiff, Wales. His private doctor attended to Jackson in Istanbul.

According to organizers, Jackson's "vocal cords were irritated. Jackson was seen by a throat specialist in London and was advised to seek further treatment in Los Angeles. In August , two shows of Jackson's Dangerous Tour in Thailand had to be cancelled due to dehydration.

In the opinion of his physician, Dr. David Forecast, Jackson "was in no condition to perform. The first concert in Santiago de Chile, scheduled for October 21, , was cancelled due to lumbar problems; two days later, Jackson performed at Estadio Nacional. In November , Jackson announced the cancellation of the remaining Dangerous Tour due to an addiction to painkillers which had been prescribed after a recent constructive scalp surgery.

In late , Jackson was rushed to a hospital after collapsing during rehearsals for a televised performance. Medics cited irregular beats, gastro-intestinal inflammation, dehydration, and kidney and liver irregularities.

Neil Ratner, Jackson suffered a back injury in July after one of the stages collapsed during a concert in Munich, Germany. However, the History Tour continued; there was only one concert cancelled after the fatal accident of Princess Diana about two months later. Jackson was later taken to a hospital. Jackson's promoter Marcel Avram said he [Jackson] received abrasions and bruises.

Chuck Merrill, Jackson was in stable condition and would recover within a few days. Todd Bailey said Jackson "continued to need care for some persistent viral symptoms, but otherwise he was in good spirits. On March 10, , Jackson appeared late in court after having received treatment in a hospital [88] due to a back problem. Jackson's spokeswoman, Raymone Bain, said "stress contributed to the back problem. Christopher Rogers testified in the trial against Dr. Conrad Murray that, in his opinion, Jackson "was healthier than the average person of his age.

Another publicly discussed aspect of Jackson's private life is his childhood, particularly his relationship with his father, Joseph. Although Jackson credited his father's strict discipline with playing a large role in his success, [94] [95] he and some of his siblings stated that they were physically and mentally abused by Joseph from a young age through incessant rehearsals, whippings, and the use of derogatory names such as "big nose" for Michael; this abuse affected Michael throughout his life.

One night while Jackson was asleep, Joseph climbed into his room through the bedroom window. Wearing a fright mask, he entered the room screaming and shouting. Joseph said he wanted to teach his children not to leave the window open when they went to sleep. For a number of years afterward, Jackson suffered nightmares about being kidnapped from his bedroom.

By the early s, Jackson was deeply unhappy; Jackson explained, "Even at home, I'm lonely. I sit in my room sometimes and cry. It's so hard to make friends I sometimes walk around the neighborhood at night, just hoping to find someone to talk to. But I just end up coming home. Although it had been reported for a number of years that Jackson had an abusive childhood, he first spoke openly about it in his interview with Oprah Winfrey.

He grimaced when speaking of the childhood abuse at the hands of his father; he believed he had missed out on much of his childhood years, acknowledging that he often cried from loneliness.

I'd start to regurgitate. Please don't be mad at me But I do love him. In , Jackson was accused of child sexual abuse and was acquitted two years later. During the investigation, Jackson's profile was examined by Stan Katz, a mental health professional, who spent several hours with the accuser as well.

According to Taraborrelli, the assessment made by Katz was that Jackson had become a regressed ten-year-old.

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