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Clellie Deboard - September 24, 2020
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Lucille Wilmoth - September 15, 2020
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Memorial for Lucille Wilmoth

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Lucille Wilmoth, 100, of Pittsburg, Kansas passed away peacefully September 15, 2020 at Via Christi Village, Pittsburg. Lucille Vada Wilmoth was born July 1, 1920 in Lead Hill, Arkansas to Jim and Luella DeShields Wilmoth. Lucille was engaged to G.W. “Junior” Clouse for many years prior to his death in 1990. She lived in Bentonville most of her life, moving to Liberal, Missouri to be closer to family in 2014. Lucille enjoyed visits from family and trips to eat at Del Rio with her nephew Kyle. She will be missed by her family and friends. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents, fiancée, siblings Thelma Mode, Elbert Wilmoth, Ernest Wilmoth, Argie Wilmoth, Mae Porter, and Cecile Henegar; nieces Jo Hoskins, Ernese Richardson, Patricia Sawyers, Carol Henegar, and Willodean Lightle; and nephews James Mode, Gene and Jim Wilmoth, and Darrel Henegar. Lucille is survived by her nephews Jim Henegar and Ralph Henegar, and her nieces Glenda Stewart, Brenda Zollner, Ruby Goff, Connie Peach, and Peggy Wood, and her “little nephews” Kyle, Clay, and Case Henegar and Kirby McKee. Burial will be at the Benton County Memorial Park in Rogers.