The Columbia Missourian - Obituaries
Norbert Thomas Evers, 90, of Columbia died Thursday, April 19 at The Bluffs. He had worked for local radio stations and area grocery stores.
Wayne Homer Penney has died.
In her spare time from work, family, gardening and cooking, Delilah enjoyed bowling, working with Meals on Wheels and playing cards with friends.
Erin Reynolds, 40, served as the first Executive Director for Family Access Center for Excellence (F.A.C.
Norbert Thomas Evers has died.
Samantha Cox, 95, was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Daughters of the American Revolution, and the MU Delta Gamma House Corporation Board.
Chad Robert O'Keefe and Homer Smith have died.
Dottie had great interest in animals. She raised horses and other animals and she competed successfully in many local and national events.
Patty loved family, her dog Zoey and the outdoors. She enjoyed walking, being in nature and exploring the outdoors with family at Pomme de Terre Lake.
Erick S. Coulter, Katherine Anne Himberger, Bryan Phifer, Jack Dean Snider, Addalynn Voss, Patricia Ann Asanti, Natale "Nat" Scavone, Willetta Geraldine Madison Ellis, Kathy Denevan, Samantha Cox and Frank Leeander Williams have died.
Erick S. Coulter, 66, was a computer programmer for several years in Denver and loved trains, old television shows and music.
A memorial service for Bryan Phifer will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16, 2018, at Memorial Baptist Church, 1634 Paris Rd.
Natale "Nat" Scavone, 87, worked as Columbia's city comptroller, as well as the chief accountant of Fulton State Hospital. He also served in the U.S.
Addalynn Voss, 2, enjoyed listening to music, playing with dogs, taking baths and talking with anyone who would listen and give her all their attention.
William R. Biers was born on Oct. 29, 1938, in Brussels, Belgium, the son of Howard Biers and Constance (Herzog) Biers.
Danny Ray Gibson and Shirley Thelen died.
Shirley A. Thelen passed away peacefully on April 13, 2018, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia Missouri.
Thomas "Tom" Priester loved talking with friends, family and even strangers on the street. "He was a really outgoing guy," Sandy Priester, his wife, said.
Gloria Miller enjoyed spending time with her family and corresponding with friends from all over the world.
Darell enjoyed boating and watching NASCAR, movies and sports on television.