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Name of Deceased: Diana Casida
Date: 8-20-12
Submitters Name: April Kobel

Obit: Monday, August 20, 2012 Obituary - Diana Casida
Funeral services for Diana Casida will be 2 p.m. Thursday, August 23, 2012 at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel (660-679-6555) in Butler, Missouri with Pastor Ron Dunlap officiating. Visitation will be prior to services from 1-2 p.m. at Schowengerdt Chapel. Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery in Butler, Missouri. Contributions to American Cancer Society.
Diana Rose Casida, age 53 of Butler, Missouri died Saturday, August 18, 2012 at Research Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. She was born July 12, 1959 to Lindsey Ray and Laura Lester Elder in Ottawa, Kansas.
Diana is survived by her husband, Michael Casida of Butler, Missouri; one son, Bobby Turner of Montana; six daughters, April Dawn Kobel and husband David of Ottawa, Kansas, Christina Lynn Casida of Butler, Missouri, Laura Marie Fletcher and husband Paul of Pleasanton, Kansas, Jessica Ann McIntosh and husband Charles of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Ashley Casida and Angela Casida, both of Butler, Missouri; her mother, Laura Elder of Butler, Missouri; two brothers, Lindsey Elder of Montana and Walter Elder of Butler, Missouri; five sisters, Patty Sheler and husband Clifford of Ottawa, Kansas, Alice Callahan and husband Jerry of Virginia, Joyce Elder of Nevada, Missouri, Barbara McDaniel and husband Roy of Harrisonville, Missouri and Frances Pearsall and husband Irvin of Montana; and ten grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father; and one grandson, Michael Ray Casida III.

CUMMINS, Mrs. Mary E. - wife of T. B. Cummins, died near Johnstown, Bates Co., Mo., 12 Aug. 1857, in her 21st year. She was dau. of Richard B. & Elizabeth M. STRATTON and born in Buckingham Co., Va., but early with her parents to her prairie home. [Source: "Missouri Pioneers County & Genealogical Records," vol. XVIII by Nadine Hodges and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; March 1973; tr. by GT Transcription Team]June 20, 1928-Nov. 5, 2015

Jean Chapman, 87, of Adrian, died Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015, at Adrian Manor in Adrian. Funeral services were Nov. 10 at Atkinson Funeral Home in Adrian with burial in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian.
Jean was born June 20, 1928, in Archie, the daughter of James Hugh and Julia Mary (Barnard) Frazier.
Online condolences may be made to atkinsonfuneralhome.com
Arrangements: Atkinson Funeral Home, 142 E. Main St., Adrian, MO 64720; 816-297-2211.
The Democrat-Missourian (Harrisonville, MO) - Friday, November 13, 2015
Submitted by Jim Dezotell

Mrs. D.B. Courtney
Mrs. D.B. Courtney, aged 86 years, died suddenly Saturday night about about 10 o'clock at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Tucker, where she had been making her home for the last ten years. She ate a hearty supper and at the usual hour retired to her bed in her usual health. In a short time she returned to the bedroom of her daughter holding her hand over her heart and complaining of a severe pain in her breast. Mr. Tucker arose and called her son, John M who was sleeping in an adjoining room and the old lady was placed in bed and Mr. Tucker went for a physician. But when he and the doctor arrived they found her in a dying condition and beyond medical aid, and in a few minutes she expired. The deceased joined the Southern Methodist Church when about 17 years of age and has ever lived a devoted Christian life. She leaves four children to mourn her loss and Christian council, John M., Ed, Mrs. G. W. Tucker and Mrs. Siceloff. The remains were taken to Sweet Springs Sunday afternoon and Monday were laid to rest beside her husband who had preceded her to the Promised Land. The relatives have the sympathy of the community.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, MO., November 30, 1892, Image 8, submitted by a FOFG, Gwen Rogers

Edwin R. Courtney
His Body is Buried at Deepwood. Nevada Post.
Dr. Dinwiddie preached the funeral of Edwin R. Courtney of Argentine, Kas, at Centenary Church at 9:30 o'clock. Mr. Courtney died yesterday at the home of J.M. Atterbury. He had come here to try the Iron Springs water for asthma and dropsy. His brother, John Courtney of Butler, was with him at the time of his death. A sister of Fayette, MO and his sister from Butler arrived in time for the funeral. The remains were buried at Deepwood Cemetery. The Courtneys were childhood friends of Marshal W W. Hill. In his travels, Mr. Courtney had at one time visited Nevada and became very impressed with the people and also the waters of the Iron Spring and lake and it was his desire from the time he was stricken to come to this city. He was brought to this city by his brother, J.M. Courtney who has done everything possible to relieve his brother's sufferings.
Source: The Butler Weekly Times, March 11, 1897, Image 5, submitted by a FOFG, Gwen Rogers



 

 


 

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