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Marian "Maw" Evans
Marian "Maw" R. Evans, 69, of Carterville,
passed away on Saturday, September 13, 2014, at her home, surrounded by her family. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 17, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch
& Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the Rev. R.H. Chitwood officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery in
Carterville. Visitation will begin at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 16, 2014, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southern Illinois, 204 Halfway Road,
Marion, IL 62959. Envelopes will also be available at the funeral home. Marian was born on October 5, 1944, in Herrin, to Herschel and Imogene (Flora) Fulgham. She married
James Lonnie Evans on June 1, 1962, in Carterville; and he preceded her in death on August 22, 2006. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Jane and Craig Fuller of Carterville;
grandchildren and their spouses, Ashley Marie and Matt Murphy of Marion and Derrik James and Ashley Liddell of Carterville;
great-grandchildren, Braxton James Liddell and Kinlee Nichole Liddell; brother and sister-in-law, Gene and Linda Fulgham of
Carterville; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Donald and Betty Evans of Carterville; special caregivers, Shirley White and
Iris Glover, both of Carterville; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and her beloved dog, Toby. Marian was preceded in death by her parents; husband; mother-in-law and father-in-law,
Lola Ethel and James Evans; and nephew, Jimmy Evans. She is most affectionately
remembered for her 25 year run as as a school bus driver for Carterville Unit 5. Formerly, Marian had worked for 10 years at NBTY. Marian was a member of the Rebekah's Lodge. She had an affinity for quilts and loved collecting them along with other antiques. Marian also enjoyed
crocheting but was most known for her cooking and baking skills especially during Christmas time. She liked to have fun and
play pranks on family, friends and even co-workers. Marian
loved and cherished spending time with her grandkids and great-grandkids, who affectionately called her "Maw". The family would like to express their thanks to Dr. Rao and her staff, Dr. Kao and
his staff, the 4th Floor Medical Nurses, and Hospice of Southern Illinois for all of their wonderful care and support
during Marian's illness.
Lorri A. Holtrop
Lorri A. Holtrop, 50, of Cambria, was
called home on Monday, September 8, 2014, surrounded by her loving family. A memorial service will be held at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, September 11, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch
& Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the Rev. R.H. Chitwood officiating. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.,
Thursday, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions
may be made to Hospice of Southern Illinois, 204 Halfway Road, Marion, IL 62959. Envelopes will also be available at the funeral
home. Lorri was born on June 26, 1964, in Decatur,
to Robert and Shirley (Tyner) Grigsby. She is survived
by her daughters and son-in-law, Nicole and Levi Lacy of Hurst and Jordyn Holtrop and her boyfriend, Josh Marcotte of Carbondale;
son, Brandon Roland and his girlfriend, Tiffany Dearing of Herrin; granddaughters, Lexis Lacy, Savanah Knoob, Izabella Roland,
and Addyson Roland; sisters and brother-in-law, Delene Ashby of Cambria and Cheryl and Alan Clayton of Vienna; brother, Kevin
Grigsby of Energy; nephews, Tim and Kaleigh Crum, Alex Loyd, Zach Loyd, and Jace Ennis; and several great nieces and nephews. Lorri was preceded in death by her mother, Shirley Grigsby; father, Robert Grigsby;
sister, Judi Peters; grandmother, Eloise Grigsby; and granddaughter, Madyson Lacy. She was a hardworking woman who was not only loved by her family, but also her work family at the
Murphysboro Rural King, where she was the store manager. Lorri spent many years bartending at many different establishments and made many friends over the years that have
remained very dear to her heart. She was a wonderful
mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, and will be dearly missed. Lorri cherished her family. Her grandkids meant the world
to her. She was a wonderful mother who taught her kids how to truly love and be loved. Lorri's love knew no bounds and the
love she gave out was often returned to her when she needed it the most.
Charles "Red" E. Meadows
Charles “Red” Everett Meadows, 76, of
Christopher, died Monday, September 8, 2014, at Helia Healthcare in Benton. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, September 11, 2014, in Hillcrest Cemetery in
Carterville, with the Rev. Eric Evans officiating. Military rites will be performed by the Herrin V.F.W. and the American
Legion Post and the Army National Guard. Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American
Cancer Society, 4503 W. DeYoung Street, Suite 200C, Marion, IL 62959. Charles was born on August 25, 1938, in Royalton, to John and Lillie (Sanders) Meadows. He married Barbara
Ann “Granny” Allen on July 30, 1960, in Carterville, and she preceded him in death on February 22, 2004.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Scott
and Marsha Meadows of Pinckneyville; grandchildren, Austin George and David Niemeyer, both of Pinckneyville, Alecia McDonough
of Benton, Nikkie Frampton of Texas, and Johnathan Sargent of Benton; great-grandson, Jaxton McDonough; sisters and brother-in-law,
Claudie McGhee and Marlene and Archie Williams, all of Cleburne; and brothers and sisters-in-law, Frank Meadows and Allen
and Madeline Meadows, all of Mulkeytown, and John and Phyllis Meadows of Carbondale. Charles was preceded in death by his parents and wife, Barbara Meadows.
He honorably served our country in the U.S. Army during the
Korean War. Charles was the grounds keeper for several
years at Rend Lake Golf Course. He had previously worked for the City of Carterville in the Street and Cemetery Departments
and at Flexible Flyer in DuQuoin. He enjoyed being
outdoors fishing, working on cars and spending time gardening. Charles was a kind and generous man who truly loved his family.
He will be dearly missed.
Delores J. Perkins
Delores Jean Perkins, 58, of Cambria, went home on September 7, 2014, from Forrest City
Medical Center in Forrest City, Arkansas. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, September 11, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch
& Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with Pastor Bob Wynn officiating. Burial will be in Willowrest Cemetery in Carterville.
Visitation will begin at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 10, 2014, at the funeral home. To honor Delores’ compassion towards others, memorial
contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Delores was born on July 4, 1956, in Murphysboro,
to William and Eula (Qualls) Bastien. She is survived by her daughters and son-in-law, Raeona McCalla of Carterville and Rachel and Brandon Amaro
of Cambria; son and daughter-in-law, Jason and Heather McCalla of Carterville; grandchildren, Jordan and Devon Gaston, William
and Kendall McCalla, and Rudy and Eli Amaro; the father of her children, Cliff McCalla; sisters and brothers-in-law, Sharon
and Gerald Hartline of Murphysboro, Marilyn Ridings of Marion, Carolyn and Cecil Clover of Vergennes, and Sandra and Fred
Stroud of Carterville; brothers and sisters-in-law, Robert Bastien of Arkansas, Gib and Linda Bastien of Murphysboro, Michael
and Donna Bastien of Cambria, Donald and Becky of Colt, Ark., and Terry and Angie Bastien of Ark.; brother-in-law, Harlan
Fager of Washington, Ill.; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Delores was preceded in death by her parents and sisters, Beverly
Fager, Debra Rains and Donna Henry. For 15 years, she had worked at both the Carbondale and Marion Wal-Marts. Delores was a member of Love and Truth Church in Crainville.
She was a
Christian woman who loved Jesus and would show those qualities to others by lending a helping hand to those in need and volunteering
at the House of Hope and Golden Goodies. She was a loving mother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend, but to her grandkids, she was fondly known as
“memaw”. Delores will be dearly missed.
“If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord; so then, whether
we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s.” Romans 14:8
Noelle F. Riggs, 73, of Marion and formerly of Carterville, died Sunday, September
7, 2014, at Marion Rehab and Nursing Center. Funeral services will be held at 11:00
a.m., Wednesday, September 10, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the Rev. Brad Harlow
officiating. Burial will be in Carterville City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, at the funeral
home. Memorial contributions may be made to the family and will be accepted at
the funeral home. Noelle was born on January 22, 1941, in Mace, France, to Artheme
and Marie Louise (Michel) Mallet. She married Michael Thomas Riggs on March 1, 1969, Germany, and he preceded her in death
on April 25, 1980. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Charlene and Carl
Jarvis of Carterville; grandchildren, Patrick Thomas Jarvis of Station, Colo. and Kristina Lynn and Curtis Miller of Ina,
Ill.; and mother, Marie Mallet of France. Noelle was preceded in death by her father;
husband; son, Patrick Mallet; and grandson, Bruce Lee Jarvis. She worked as a cleaning
lady for many families in the area. Noelle also served food to those in Carterville through the Williamson County Department
on Aging and for WCAP in the daycare department. Noelle was very active in her community.
She belonged to the Carterville Women’s Club, Royal Neighbors, served Meals on Wheels to those in Carterville, and sang
to the residents at Mattingly Nursing Home. She enjoyed doing jig-saw puzzles and word
searches. If you knew Noelle, you knew her love of Elvis. She will be dearly missed.
Rae Clark, 60, of Carterville, died Friday,
September 5, 2014, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, September 7, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch
& Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the Rev. Richard Reed officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery in Carterville.
Visitation will be from noon to 2:30 p.m., Sunday, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society,
4503 W. DeYoung Street, Suite 200C, Marion, IL 62959. Envelopes will also be available at the funeral home. Rae was born on May 25, 1954, in Herrin, to Earl and Juanita (Walker) Russell.
She married James P. Clark on Dec. 14, 1984, in Carterville. She is survived by her loving husband, Jim Clark of Carterville; mother, Juanita
Russell of Carterville; son, Luther “Buddy” Stuthers of Carbondale; daughter and son-in-law, Carol Ann and Travis
Short of Creal Springs; grandchildren, Randy and Mary Ann Phillips of Carterville, James Ian Clark of Creal Springs, and Kayla
Stuthers, Kaitlyn Stuthers, Gabe Stuthers, and Savannah Stuthers, all of Carterville; sister, Kay Russell of St. Louis; sister-in-law,
Mary Alice Russell of Woodlawn; nieces, Beth (Russell) and Dale Ethridge of Woodlawn and Shelia and Brad
Owens of Coopersburg, Pa.; and special friend, Marcie Carrier of Carterville. Rae was
preceded in death by her father, Earl Russell and brother, Larry Russell.
She was currently
working at SIU as an accountant in the Forestry Department. Rae had previously been an accountant at Olin Industries. She was a member of Crainville Baptist
Church. Rae enjoyed scrapbooking, making crafts and going fishing. Most of all, she cherished
spending time caring for her family, especially her grandchildren. Rae will be dearly missed.
Mary Alice McCoy
Carterville - Mary Alice McCoy,
81, of Carterville, died Monday, September 1, 2014, at Herrin Hospital, surrounded by her family. Funeral services
will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, September 5, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the
Rev. Jeff Gee officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery in Carterville. Visitation will be from noon to 2:00 p.m.,
Friday, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the family and will be accepted at the funeral
home. Mary Alice was born on May 2, 1933, in Elkville, to Luther and Emma Miller. She is survived by her daughter, Tonya Kay Dodson of Carterville; son, Randy McCoy
of Carterville; grandchildren, Casey and Ryan Kurtz of Summerfield, Fla., Kyle Dodson of Carterville, Cheyenne McCoy of Crab
Orchard, Johnny Dodson of Herrin, Ashley and Adrian Olsen of Herrin, Kevin Dodson of Carterville, and Yolandia and Eric Crow
of Texas; great-grandchildren, Trenton, Taylor and Trinity Kurtz, Tyler Dodson, Avery Dodson, Brianna, Faith, and Nathan Sampson,
and Andrew Crow. Mary Alice was preceded in death by her parents and brother,
Lonnie Miller. She retired from J.C. Penny’s,
after 25 years of service of working in the men’s department. In her earlier years, Mary Alice had worked at Allen Industries.
Mary Alice was a member of the Hafer Baptist Church. She enjoyed doing word searches and puzzle books; playing card games with ‘skip-bo’ being her
favorite; and working around her house. Mary Alice was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan, always tuning in to root them on.
She loved NASCAR and Dale Earnhardt Jr. as well.
Bill H. Palmer, 45, of Carbondale, died Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at SLU Hospital
in St. Louis, surrounded by his family. A memorial
service will be held at a later date. Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville is in charge of arrangements.
Bill was born on January 25, 1969, in Chicago, to
Marshall and Pamela (Metzger) Palmer. He is survived
by his best friend and the mother of his children, Heather Palmer; daughters, Kayla Palmer, Kaitlyn Palmer, Jeannie Gomez,
and Carissa Palmer, all of Murphysboro; mother, Pamela Miller of Sunrise, Fla.; sister, Melissa Palmer of Oregon; brothers and sister-in-law, Marshall and Angela
Palmer of Carbondale, and Ray and Chris Palmer, both of Chicago; step-mother, Lori Cooney of Chicago; and several friends
including his dear friend, Jason, of Carbondale. Bill
was preceded in death by his father, Marshall Palmer, and grandmother, Dorothy Palmer, who raised him. Bill was a member of New Beginnings Church in Carbondale. He was a computer whiz and loved gaming, but his true passion lay with the force
of Star Wars. Bill enjoyed lending a helping hand
to others in need. He was a devoted, caring and loving father and will be dearly missed.
Michael Lee Drake, 30, of Cambria, surrounded
by his family and loved ones, went to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 4:25 in the
services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, September 1, 2014, at Love and Truth Church, 1201 Marion Street, Crainville,
with Pastor Bob Wynn officiating. Burial will be in Blairsville Cemetery. A Celebration of Life ceremony will begin at 6:00
p.m., Sunday, August 31, 2014, at Love and Truth Church, with visitation to immediately follow. Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke
Funeral Home in Carterville is in charge of arrangements. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation, 6931 Arlington Road, Suite 200, Bethesda, Maryland 20814 or via www.cff.org, so that one day CF will stand for
Cure Found. Envelopes will also be available at the church. Michael was born on March 30, 1984, in Herrin, to Robbie Drake and Mary (Jearlds)
is survived by his wife, Susanne Drake; parents, Mary and Jerry Evans Sr.; sisters, Bobbi Evans and Michelle Drake; brother,
Jerry Evans Jr.; grandparents, Bob and Norma Drake; grandfather, Don Evans; grandmother, Ruth Dunning; and many aunts, uncles,
and cousins. Michael was born with Cystic Fibrosis; a genetic disease that affects many systems
in the body, including the respiratory and digestive systems. Despite his illness, Michael never let it hold him back. He
was an active child and participated in the band through the Carterville School System. In High School, he was on the wrestling
team all four years. He was a 2002 graduate of Carterville High School. He earned an Associate’s Degree from John A
Logan College and moved on to Southern Illinois University where he studied music business, played percussion in the Marching
Salukis and participated in several orchestras and musicals throughout his education. Michael married the love of his life, Susanne Cowan, on August
1, 2004. Together, they served on the Love and Truth Worship Team for nearly 10 years, where he was a faithful member. A talented musician, Michael was a lover
of music and played several instruments including drums and guitar. Michael loved his wife, family and friends dearly. It's often been
said that people that met Michael couldn't help but love him. He always had a smile or joke to brighten someone's day. During the course of their marriage, Michael
had many hospitalizations due to complications from Cystic Fibrosis. On September 21, 2013, Michael underwent a life-saving
double lung transplant. After recovering from the surgery, Michael was given a new lease on life and was able to do things
that he'd been unable to do in years. In July of this year, Michael started experiencing organ rejection and passed away under
the expert care of the Barnes-Jewish Hospital staff. Although dealt a difficult hand in life, Michael never gave up. He always endeavored
to inspire and uplift people through living a Christian life and playing music alongside his wife. Michael once said, "It's
crazy how some people give up and some people fight to the very end." Michael was the type of person that fought until
the very end. He never once gave up. He remained brave until the very end. He will be sorely missed by those that loved him.
The world is a little darker without the light that Michael brought. Michael, we love you and even in our grief find some comfort in
that you are looking over us from Heaven. We know that you are leading a heavenly band and doing what you loved in praising
and worshipping Jesus. Breathe easy our Dark Knight. The family wishes to say a heartfelt thank you to the Wynn family, the Rindfuss
family, the Smith family, the Puckett family, the Finney family and many, many others too numerous to name. The family would
also like to extend a special thank you to the amazing physicians, nurses and staff in the Barnes-Jewish Lung Transplant Center
as well as the Cystic Fibrosis floor of 13100. Thank you for always taking such great care of Michael during his lifetime.
Helen Gore Williams
Gore Williams, 99, of Springfield and formerly of Carterville, died on August 10, 2014, in Springfield, IL. She was born to
Edward Everett Gore and Olive Margaret Snyder Gore in Jonesboro, IL on May 5, 1915. She married Freeland
Williams on May 5, 1936. He preceded her in death in 1968. She was a graduate of Browns Business College.
During her married life she was active in Carterville First Baptist Church where Freeland served as a deacon.
They co-taught Sunday School classes and she was active in Woman’s Missionary Union. They
were honored to be named Christian Family of the Year. In 1961 she began her employment with Illinois Baptist State Association
and moved to Springfield in 1971 when that office relocated. She served as Associate Woman’s Missionary
Union Director 1970-1973 and as support staff in WMU and Church Extension. She received the 2003 Illinois
WMU Legacy Award. After retirement she served as Missions Service Corp volunteer in Honolulu, HA (1983-84) and Reno NV (l985-86).
Upon return to Springfield she served as Mission Service Corp coordinator for IBSA. She was active at Springfield Southern
Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School until her mid-nineties. She was an active member of WMU,
never missing her daily prayer calendar for missionaries around the world. She was a 26-year original resident of Oak Terrace
Active Retirement Community (now Hickory Glen) where she served multiple terms as president of the resident association.
She was an avid reader, Scrabble player and puzzler. She is survived by two daughters, Jane (Ron)
Stockton of Dearborn, MI and Janet Craynon of Springfield, IL; two grandsons, Greg Stockton (Cathy) and Edward (Brenda) Stockton;
four great grandchildren, Carolanne Stockton, Sarah Stockton, Daniel Stockton and Hannah Stockton; brother-in-law Edward Williams
and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one infant son, Edward Everett Williams
and her younger sister, Martha Wiswell Colp. Graveside services will be held at 1:00 p.m., on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, at
Hillcrest Cemetery in Carterville. Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville is in charge of arrangements.
A memorial service will be at a later time in Springfield. Memorials may be made to Illinois Touch Tomorrow
Today at the WMU Foundation, 100 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL35242.
Naomi Collier, 87, of Carterville, died Saturday, August 2, 2014, at Herrin Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, August 7, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch
& Burke Funeral Home in Carterville, with the Rev. Ralph Brandon officiating. Burial will be at North
Oakwood Cemetery in Carterville. Visitation will begin at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Christian Covenant Fellowship, 1025 South
Division, Carterville, IL 62918. Envelopes will also be available at the funeral home. Naomi was born on Nov. 3, 1926, in Cobden, to John Riley and Elsie Mae (Ingram)
Stewart. She married Wade C. Collier, the love of her life, on May 10, 1942, in Jackson, Mo. She is survived by her husband, Wade Collier of
Carterville; daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Charles Vaughn of Huntsville Ala.; son and daughter-in-law, Gene and Loann
Collier of Roscoe, Ill.; three grandchildren and their spouses, Kendra and Randy Green of Roscoe, Ill., Scott and Arlie Collier
of Ft. McCoy, Wisc., and Mason and Kaylee Vaughn of Huntsville, Ala.; great grandchildren, Spencer Harris, Payton Harris,
Riley Green, Andrew Collier, and Victoria Collier; and close family friend, Lola Stark of Carterville. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Helen Dillow and Pauline
Howard; and brother, Charles Stewart. Naomi retired from Memorial Hospital in Carbondale after 20 years of service, working in the Food Service Department.
She was a member of the Christian Covenant
Fellowship in Carterville. Naomi
enjoyed collecting cat figurines, painting, working puzzles, and playing cards. The most important thing
in her life were her family and friends.
Carterville - Ernie was born on November 27, 1926, in Carterville, to
Ernest R. and Gladys (Armstrong) Reynolds. He grew up there with his two siblings, Charles and Jeanne. He died July 27, 2014.
He graduated from Carterville
High School in 1944. A stellar high school athlete in basketball, football, and track, he immediately joined the United States
Navy after graduation. During military service, he also played for a U.S. Navy basketball team when he was stationed at Memphis,
Tennessee. He was honorably discharged at the end of the war. Shortly after he was inducted into service, he married his high school sweetheart, Jean Ellen Cox,
on November 18, 1944. He was looking forward to celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary. After discharge from the Navy, he worked for his father-in-law,
Claude Cox, whom he idolized, at Cox Lumber Yard. He also managed the family farm. He loved the land and often grew sweet
corn to give to his friends. He continued to play basketball and baseball well into his adult life for an independent basketball
team made up of men from Southern Illinois and baseball for Oscar Horsley’s Crainville All-Stars. During this time he also refereed high school and college
basketball and football throughout Illinois until he retired in 1993 after twenty-five years. He was inducted in the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association
Hall of Fame in 1993 for outstanding achievement in Illinois basketball. In 1984 the Southern Illinois Football Coaches Association
honored him for his achievement as a football official for a “job well done.” In July 1993 he also received an
award as “Honorary Referee of the Year” from the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association. He was proud to have refereed the last Illinois high school
state basketball championship game in Huff Gym at Champaign, Illinois and the next year to referee the first Illinois high
school state championship game in the newly constructed Assembly Hall, also in Champaign. After retirement from officiating, Ernie was appointed by the Missouri Valley
Conference as an observer and evaluator of officials at Southern Illinois University basketball games in an effort to improve
college refereeing. He often traveled with the SIU basketball team and volunteered his service and support for its teams.
He was devoted to his church, the Carterville Grand Avenue Baptist Church, where he served as deacon. He was a Mason and also served on the Carterville School
Board. He never met a stranger
and enjoyed many friendships throughout Illinois, especially in the sports world. He will be dearly missed but fondly remembered. He is survived by his loving wife, Jean Ellen Reynolds,
daughter and son-in-law, Sheri and Dr. Richard Hunter and a son, John Reynolds, all of Carterville; granddaughters, Laura
Hunter Johnson (John) of Columbia, Ill., Amy Hunter Harmon (Tom) of St. Louis, and Amanda Reynolds McIntyre (Ryan) of Webster
Groves, Mo.; great-granddaughters, Ava and June Harmon; great-grandson, Hudson Reynolds McIntyre; and a host of friends. The family suggests that you express your condolences by
contributing to Hospice of Southern Illinois, 204 Halfway Road, Marion, IL 62959 or to the Alzheimer’s Association,
320 East Walnut Street, Suite A, Carbondale, IL 62901. Envelopes will also be available at the funeral home. A celebration of Ernie’s life will be held at 1:00 p.m.,
Thursday, July 31, 2014, at Riggin-Pillatsch & Burke Funeral Home in Carterville. Burial will be in Egyptian Memorial
Gardens in Energy with military rites performed by the Marion V.F.W. Hyde-Pillow Post #1301 and the Navy Honors Ritual Team.
Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Thursday, at the funeral home.
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01/06 - Barbara Jane Emery
01/09 - Larry L. Corley
01/12 - Betty Ann Samuel
01/13 - William "Moon" F. Mullins
01/15 - Catherine Frost
01/16 - Sally Jo Mann
01/19 - Justin "Tony" Johnson-Stewart
01/20 - Jeffery E. Evans
- Alan Harris
07/01 - Cleotis Eveland
07/04 - Jay Douglas Meyer
07/05 - Cotton Samuel
07/10 - Ruth "Ruthie" Ann Williams-Halley
07/14 - Virginia Lee Armstrong
- Mabel J. Rice
07/19 - Darl
07/27 - Helen Waldron-Rowatt
- Ernie Reynolds
02/04 - Linda "Susie" Horn
- Verta Mae Bogard
02/06 - Lawrence "Larry" E. Daly
02/09 - Renee Isaacs-Cook
02/14 - Vera Ruth
02/20 - Leroy Robinson
02/28 - Mary Ann Wood
02/28 - Sandy K. Emery
08/02 - Naomi Collier
08/10 - Helen Gore Williams
08/26 - Michael Drake
- Bill H. Palmer
03/03 - Shirley Ann Robinson
03/05 - Geraldine "Gerry" Loftis
- Shirley A. Burroughs
- Eileen W. Bleyer
- Teddy "Ted" L. Hatley Sr.
09/01 - Mary Alice McCoy
09/05 - Rae Clark
09/07 - Noelle F. Riggs
09/07 - Delores J. Perkins
- Charles "Red" E. Meadows
- Lorri A. Holtrop
09/13 - Marian "Maw"
04/03 - Emma Colp Davis
04/03 - Fred Ray Falmier
04/04 - Lawanda "Lou" L. Jacquot
04/12 - Doris Jean McMillan
04/15 - Donald "Donnie" E.
04/21 - Laura Weller
04/22 - Gipsey Jean Hicks
04/27 - Dewey Lee O'Daniell
|05/03 - Christie A. Meade
05/04 - Charles L. Hogg Sr.
05/18 - Dorothy Mae Henderson
05/21 - Dan Tregoning
05/22 - Leroy
05/24 - Harry Dean
05/28 - Robert "Bobby"
06/04 - Pastor Russell Warner
06/04 - Madalea "Dube" Armiger
06/04 - William J. Stubblefield
06/17 - Betty Jane "Bjay" Wick
06/28 - Juanita "Peggy" Trout
06/29 - Frances Tregoning
06/29 - Amy Marie Norton