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Baigen was in the fifth grade at MVE Surrendering to death in cremains his favorite subjects were science and math. Baigen's teachers could not say who his best friends were because he was kind to anyone around him and everyone felt like his best friend.
That was just his precious spirit. He enjoyed chess, Greek Mythology, studying war strategies, reading alchemy and the Bible. He was always writing notes to family, especially his mama, to let them know how much he loved and appreciated them. He admired both of his brothers and sisters and enjoyed every minute he spent with them.
He enjoyed practicing jujitsu with his brother, Logan. Four-wheeler rides with his mom and dad were an event Baigen always looked forward to. With his love of science and nature, Baigen was wise beyond his years.
He once told a teacher that someone had asked him how he knew God was real and he commented 'just look around! That was Baigen's wise soul that will be treasured by all who knew him. They departed this life together, on Sep.
They perished along with 3 other family members in a rockslide. Paris was 22 and Baigen was Paris graduated from LHS in His love of football led him to Avila to play alongside his best friend, Adam.
After enjoying playing college football and graduating with honors, Paris had recently obtained employment in Kansas City. He was always humble about his accomplishments and a good friend to many.
Paris had a beautiful and charming spirit that made those around him smile. Paris loved being outside hiking, riding horses, four-wheeling, canoeing and just enjoying nature.
He would often send friends pictures to share his amazing experiences, whether he was in the mountains of Colorado or on the beaches in Cancun. His friends and family can attest to the assurance Paris enjoyed life to the fullest. He was truly an amazing soul that leaves behind friends and family with beautiful memories.
His spirit will continue to be an inspiration to everyone who was blessed to share his life. Paris and Baigen will be missed beyond measure. Memorial Service Sunday October 6,4: She passed away February 3, at the home in the Delaware Community at the age of 71 years and 11 months.
Preceding Pauline in death were her parents and her brother Harvey. Survivors are husband James of the home, 2 daughters, Vada Chilton of Delaware Community; Bonnie Hamm of Lonedell, MO; one son Robert Wallace of West Point, Mississippi; 2 sons-in-law - James Chilton and Jerry Hamm; one daughter-in-law - Norma Wallace; one sister-in-law - Velma Orchard - 3 grandsons - 5 granddaughters and 6 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
Pauline was married to James R. Wallace September 28, at Rolla, MO. Jim and Pauline made their home in the Spring Valley area most of the 54 years with the exception of some time in the state of Oregon, Alley Springs, MO and retiring in the Delaware Community.
Pauline had a great love for the out-doors - loved farm animals passionately - and spent many, many hours helping with the farm chores. Her passing leaves us with much loneliness, sadness, and sorrow, but also with pleasant memories of great love and good times.
She passed away August 2, at the Birch View Manor at the age of 91 years, 7 months, and 6 days. Preceding Pearl in death were her parents, four brothers, five sisters, her husband, Roy C. Wallace and a son-in-law, J.
Wallace and a daughter-in-law, Pauline Wallace of Eminence, Mo. A host of great nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. Pearl was married to Roy C.Surrendering control of the corpse to a funeral director immediately after death, allowing it to be embalmed, and displaying it in an open casket is often referred to as the “traditional” American funeral, but in fact that has only been the “tradition” for a little over a century.
In surrendering his right to practice medicine in California, Carver, who was the focus of a December Chronicle story about doctors who treat athletes, admitted to only the conviction of one. Baigen Jon-Charles Walker was born on October 26, , the son of Jeff and Janell (Mayo) Walker.
Baigen was in the fifth grade at MVE where his favorite subjects were science and math. Donald LeeRoy Hartman, Jr, 49, formerly of Hancock County, passed away August 9, in Peru, IN. He was born on Sept. 17, . I presume (but don’t know for certain) that his death four years later at the age of 33 occurred at the institution.
Wiley Hubbard was the youngest son of William Cannon Hubbard, a former Marion County Commissioner whose family settled in the Willamette Valley a . An executor has many responsibilities, and most of those relate to the next of kin of the decedent.
The closest living relatives of the decedent often have the most to inherit from a decedent’s estate and as a result can be greatly affected by how the executor carries out his duties.