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He was born June 3, 1935 to Ernest and Hazel (Gamel) Morgan in Chadwick, Missouri. He moved with his family in 1938 ... He is survived by his sister Aletha Ormonde, sons Doug Morgan (Mona) of Richland, Mike Morgan (Kim) of Yakima, his grandchildren Jason ... (Yakima Herald)
He was born March 22, 1939, at Richland to Uzal A. and Irene C ... Jim married Rose Stenvall on April 4, 1975, at Missouri Valley, Iowa. He had been a resident of Cedar Bluffs since 1971. He retired in 2001. Jim enjoyed camping, fishing, singing and ... (Fremont Tribune)
sister, Maria of Phoenix, Arizona; brother, Stephen (Kate) of Baraboo; sister, Joan of Independence, Missouri.; sister, Anne O'Leary (Mike); brother, Joseph (Betty); sister, Maureen; and brother, John (Renette), all of Richland Center. He is preceded in ... (WisNews)
The obituary describes a series of unsavory ... One person has died after a shooting at a club in Caruthersville, Missouri early Sunday morning that also left six other people injured. Deputies with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department are ... (KSLA 12)
One person has died after a shooting at a club in Caruthersville, Missouri early ... send-off after the obituary written by his family members was extremely critical of the way he lived his life. Deputies with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department ... (KFVS12)
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