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Friday, September 02, 2016

Dub Lewis

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John 1:12: Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave

the right to become children of God.

Christina Farrenburg

C

hristina Ann Farrenburg-Anderson passed away Aug.

23, 2016, in Memphis at the age of 43 years.

She was born Aug. 23,

1973, in Sikeston, to Carolyn

Harwood

Farrenburg

of Matthews and Daniel

Rufus Farrenburg of New

Madrid, she was a member

of the Church of Christ in

Summerville.

In addition to her parents,

she is survived by: one son,

Austin Hise of New Madrid;

two brothers, Daniel and

Amanda Farrenburg of

New Madrid and Dr. Mark

Farrenburg and fiancee,

April, of Kansas City; five

nephews, Jonah Farrenburg,

Jeffrey Farrenburg, Jack Farrenburg, Jacob Farrenburg and

Garrett Farrenburg; and one niece, Madelyn Gammons.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Paul and

Lila Farrenburg and Larry and Emma Lee Harwood; and

one uncle, Gary Farrenburg.

A memorial service was held Monday, August 29, 2016 at

Richards Funeral Home in New Madrid with Jay Lyles and

Tim Farrenburg officiating.

Burial followed in the Matthews Cemetery in Matthews.

R

onald Eugene Murray, 66, formerly of New Madrid,

Mo., died Aug. 17, 2016, in Chicago.

Born Feb. 15, 1950, in New Madrid, to the late Homer

and Helen Hawkins Murray, he retired as a firefighter,

having served as the first African-American firefighter for

Richmond Heights, Mo. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air

Force, served as civil service commissioner for Blue Island,

Ill., and was a member of New Bethlehem Church.

On Oct. 14, 2006, he married Marilyn McGee, and she

survives of the home.

Also surviving are one son and daughter-in-law, Reginald

Paul and Cheryl Murray; one daughter, Carla Murray; two

brothers Homer Murray Jr. and Narvell Hunt; two sisters,

Versa Townsend and Delores Thornton; four grandchildren

and three great-grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by

one brother, William Ralph Murray.

A memorial service was held Saturday, August 27, 2016

at Richards Funeral Home in New Madrid.

Burial followed in the Evergreen Cemetery in New

Madrid.

Ronald Murray

Todd Hartlein

T

odd Lee Hartlein, age 49, died Wednesday, August 24,

2016 at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston,

Missouri.

BornMay 26, 1967 in Fort

Eustis, Virginia, the son of

Linda Spencer Roberts of

Jackson, Missouri and the

late Gary Hartlein.

Toddworked as a foreman

at Noranda Aluminum,

was a volunteer for the

Matthews Fire Department

and a member of the Big

Prairie Jaycees in Matthews.

In addition to his mother,

he is survived by fiancée,

Tina Allison of Matthews;

one daughter, Cassidy Hartlein of Matthews; one step

son, Steven Hall of LaForge, Missouri; one brother, Chris

Hartlein of Jackson, Missouri; one nephew, Carson Hartlein

of Jackson; his maternal grandmother, Ruby Spencer of

Matthews; seven grandchildren; and a host of cousins and

friends.

A memorial service was held Saturday, August 27, 2016

at Ponder Funeral Home.

Burial followed in the Matthews Cemetery at Matthews,

Missouri.

Pallbearers were Fire Chief Thomas J. Gantner, Andy

Gantner, Kevin Harbison, Larry Lynn, John Mark Gardner,

Logan White, Tim Massey, Manuel Spraggs, Lucas Pok,

Andrew Irvin and Brandi White.

Honorary pallbearers were the remainder members of

the Matthews Volunteer Fire Department.

Memorial donations may be sent to: Matthews Volunteer

Fire Department, P.O. Box 233, Matthews, MO 63867

Bonnie Brown

B

onnie Louise (Lynn) Brown age 70 of Morehouse,

Missouri passed away Thursday, August 25, 2016 at her

home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born October

16, 1945 in New Madrid,

Missouri to the late Audrey

James and Iva Jewell

Whorton Lynn.

Bonnie retired fromGood

Humor in in 2006. She

belonged to the First Baptist

Church in Delta, Missouri.

Bonnie’s passion was her

family, friends, home and a

good garage sale.

Survivors

include

a

daughter Michelle (Jason)

Nance of Jackson; two

brothers Forrest (June) Lynn

of Chaffee; Steve (Judy)

Lynn of Chaffee; a sister Kay

(Randy) Yant of Sikeston;

a grandson Kyle Taylor of

Jackson; several aunts and

uncles and cousins

She was also preceded

in death by her son Brian

Brown in 1980 and one brother Jim Lynn.

With special thanks to Sue Glenn cousin and caregiver

and special neighbors Liz, Gloria, Martha, Susan and Ernie.

A memorial service was held Monday, August 29, 2016 at

Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee with Rev. Randy

Conn and Rev. Randy Thomas officiating.

Burial followed in Morgan Memorial Cemetery,

Advance, Missouri.

Flags flew at half mast in

NM County in honor of

firefighter Todd Hartlein.

W

illiam Merlin Lewis, ''Dub'' was born in Lilbourn,

Missouri to a large farming family, one of eight

children; his own father being one of nine boys.

He attended school in

Lilbourn. Dub entered into

the U.S. Navy and served

in the Pacific during World

War II. Upon returning,

he married his sweetheart

Ivadell Crawley and began

his career in farming in

1945 in Lilbourn and Essex,

Missouri. They moved their

family to St. Louis for a

few short years due to hard

times. There he attended

Pentecostal

churches

pastored by Pastors Harry

Branding

and

Johnny

Buckmiller and began his

ministry as a Pentecostal

preacher.

In 1961, Dub returned to Essex, Missouri to continue

farming and ministry. In 1968, he and Ivadell moved back

to Lilbourn to farm and became the pastor of the Apostolic

Pentecostal Church where they had begun their Pentecostal

experience in 1946.

Upon retiring in 1989, he moved to Baton Rouge, LA

where his brother's family and three of his children were

already residing. There he added another career, Investing

and managing his own real estate. He loved people and

was proud to be an Honorary Deputy Sheriff of Ascension

Parish and Honorary Sheriff of Satsuma, where he resided

the last year of his life. His priority continued to be in the

service of the Lord at First Pentecostal Church.

He is survived by his sister, Wanda Vaughn of Baton

Rouge; his five children, Garry Lewis and wife Gayle,

Lanny Lewis and wife Valerie, Sherry McCoy and husband

Darrell, Sheila Goins and husband Tom, and Kimberly

Gibney and husband Mike; grandchildren, Carrie, Drake,

Benjamin, Joshua, and Natalie, all children of Garry Lewis,

Luke, son of Lanny Lewis, Michelle, Joel, Shara, Nathan

and Jonathan, all children of Sherry McCoy, Krystal, TJ,

and Kayla, all children of Sheila Goins, Daniel, Samuel,

and Josiah, all children of Kimberly Gibney; great-

grandchildren, Hunter Dexheimer, Lydia Parascandolo,

Jordan Lewis, Madison Lewis, Caullin Lewis, Anna Lewis,

Judah Lewis, Micah Lewis, Iva Lewis, Colston Deagano,

McKyla Tuttle, Savannah Tuttle, Lewis Tuttle, Eden Tuttle,

Jathan McCoy, William McCoy, Aubrey McCoy, Justus

Powell, Zoey Powell, Jazlynn Powell, Esra McCoy, Paisley

McCoy, Charlie Matthews, Christian Goins, Isabella

Matthews, Ava-Claire Matthews, Louis Duncan, and Millie

Duncan.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Edith Ivadell Lewis

(2013); his parents, George and Bertha Lewis; sisters, Helen

Benthal, Dona Tinsley, and Omigene Brower; brothers,

George, Nathanial, and Charles; grandson, John Garry

Lewis; and great-granddaughter, Vera-Grace Tuttle.

A memorial service was held Saturday, August 27, 2016

at First Pentecostal Church, in Baton Rouge, LA,

Interment followed in Resthaven Gardens of Memory.

Family and friends may sign the online guest book at

www.resthavenbatonrouge.com

.

UNITED STATES ARMY

Staff Sgt. Matthew V. Thompson,

28, of Irvine, Califor-

nia, died August 23 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan,

of injuries caused by an improvised explosive device that

detonated near his patrol while conducting dismounted

operations. He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 1st Special

Forces Group (Airborne), Joint Base Lewis-McChord,

Washington.

Remember the Fallen

One Armed forces casualty reported

Aug. 21-27