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Additional obituaries from private collections have been added. He was married to Katy Sue PIERCE in 1947 and had five children, Kathy, Tony, Joey and Janis, and an infant daughter Christine who preceded him death. Farris is preceded in death by his parents and one daughter, Christine Marie SAAD.
If you have obituaries, current or old, that you would like to contribute, please - Born Jun 7, 1923 in Winona Shannon Co MO, the son of George N. He passed away on Dec 6, 2001 at Springfield Greene Co MO. He is survived by two sons, Farris Anthony ‘Tony’ SAAD and Joey SAAD; four daughters, Kathy SKILES, Janis RAMSEY, Mary Lee SAAD and Ronda Nadine SAAD; five grandchildren; and one sister, Christine ROBERTS.
“He would always cook for us, and all his friends, whenever they came to the house, he loved to cook, he was going to go to culinary school,” said Kassy Underwood. (Obituary from Zwire and Southwest Iowa News.com) Zachary Mendoza’s mother Jackie Kennedy was seen on surveillance cameras purchasing a bottle of Skyy vodka found at the scene of the crime and although it was determined Derek had been drinking, his blood alcohol was below the legal limit.
“Definitely lived on the edge, but he was responsible, he went to work, came home,” said Alissa Underwood. For that reason Kennedy was only charged with a misdemeanor count of supplying alcohol to a minor.
(By mid-1922, all five DFW stations agreed to a timesharing plan on each frequency.) November 11, 1928 was declared "National Frequency Allocation Day," when the Federal Radio Commission (FRC, predecessor to the FCC) brought organization to the dial by assigning dedicated frequencies to the strongest stations, and culling out many of the small-time opportunists who weren't serious about broadcasting.
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He was preceded in death by his parents Carl and Mary Sallee; two brothers Jerry Sallee and Dennis Sallee; one niece Jessie Sechrest and his life-long companion Laura Jane Hardwick.
Poppy is survived by three sons James Hardwick and wife Julie of Houston, MO, Joey Hardwick of Winona, MO and Terry Hardwick and wife Dannel of Bucyrus, MO; three daughters Christine Moorehead and husband Cliff of Bucyrus, MO, Jeannie Dixon and husband Robert of Winona, MO and Elaine Demaggio and husband Edward of Belton, MO; one sister Kimberly Lowe and husband Dennis of Mountain View, MO; two nephews Brandon Sechrest and Matt Sechrest; one niece Carla Sallee; several grandchildren; and a host of other nieces, nephews and friends.