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She is survived by five daughters, Jan (Joe) Necessary, Heyworth; Chris (Ken) Hermann, DeLand; Anita (Mac) Harden, Farmer City; Diana (Chuck Penny) Thomas, Weldon; and Nanci Holt ... and attended Illinois State Normal University. She was baptized at ... (Pantagraph)
He worked in the Grain Elevators at Pierson Station for two years, Hudson for four years, Weldon for 15 years and Stanford Grain Company for 15 years as a General Manager retiring in 1993. Online condolences may be made to www.calvertmemorial.com. (WJBC)
After graduating from Clinton High School, Marsha worked at St. John's Hospital in Springfield for 15 years, Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, The Weldon State Bank and Illinois Power Co./Dynegy in Decatur. She retired in 2001 as supervisor of records ... (The News-Gazette)
Gene Weldon Clark died peacefully at his daughter's home in Austin ... Gene was the second of three children of McKinley Frazier ("Mack") Clark of Utica, Illinois and Willie Louis "Dixie" Smith Clark of Lexington, KY. Mack was a career army officer ... (KBTX)
Gene Weldon Clark died peacefully at his daughter's home in Austin ... Gene was the second of three children of McKinley Frazier ("Mack") Clark of Utica, Illinois and Willie Louis "Dixie" Smith Clark of Lexington, KY. Mack was a career army officer ... (Bryan College Station Eagle Theeagle)
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