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Mr. Vessell was a basketball star at the University of Missouri-Rolla, served 32 years in the U.S.
Kodi Joy Caine, Madeline Norvell and James Leslie Royer have died.
Mrs. Atwater made her home in Columbia for many years. She taught in the Missouri School of Journalism, where her husband served as dean.
Pauline E. White, 101, has died.
Betty J. Farris, 87, of Boonville, was the church secretary for the Boonville United Church of Christ for 25 years.
Jennifer Ann Young and Edith M. Leeper have died.
Edith M. Leeper, 87, received a nursing degree from MU and collected quilts.
Mary Marischem and Mary Josephine McNear have died.
Mary Margaret Wells has died.
McGee worked for Stephens College and Columbia Public Schools during his career.
Frank Raymond Classens, 59, of Columbia passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018, at home surrounded by his family.
Margot's love for tennis grew as she did, and one of her most noted students Tim Gullikson went on to make his own name in the world tennis circuit as Pete Sampras' coach.
Frank Raymond Classens, Olan Richard McGee and Bennett Aaron Sanders have died.
Jack Hyde, 82, was a veteran and worked for Ameren for 40 years.
Golah Carpenter Roehrs, 97, was a member of the Bunceton Garden Club, Daughters of the American Revolution and many other organizations.
Yvonne Lou Murray Clark, 81, was awarded with MU Arts & Science department's Distinguished Service Award in 2017.
Jack Ronald Hyde and Golah I. Roehrs have died.
Betty Tanner, 81, loved joking around and had a determination to live and love.
Betty Jean Tanner, Cynthia Johnson and Margot Loveland Perry have died.
During his 20 years in private practice, Dr. Henzel was loved and revered by his patients and their families. Dr.