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Carl Mack Coffelt
4/14/1959 - 2/12/2021
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Carl Mack Coffelt, 62, of Clarksburg, MO, passed away at SSM Health St. Mary's in Jefferson City, MO. He was born April 14, 1958, in California, MO, the son of the late Harold Mack and Mary Maxine (Leonard) Coffelt.

He worked at Thomas Ceramics in California, MO; Bassett Bedding in Tipton, MO; Nordyne in Tipton and Booneville, MO and Lincoln University in Jefferson City, MO.

Carl enjoyed fishing, playing pool, tending to his yard and gardening, working on his lawnmowers, going for drives, or spending time with his buddies at Charlie Parker's. He also loved just sitting on the front porch swing enjoying a quiet day with a beer in his hand with his dog Bailey, who was a constant companion.

Carl is survived by 1 son, Tommy Hill of Holts Summit, MO; 2 daughters, Susan (Joey) Wilson of Vandalia, MO, and Michelle Coffelt (Sir Patrick) of Gainesville, GA; 3 granddaughters, Sammi (Aaron) Maikai- Moseley of Clarksburg, MO, Loggan Coffelt of Gainesville, GA, Patricia (Skyler) Vaught of Jefferson City, MO; 2 grandsons, Seth Minor of Jefferson City, MO and Alex Wilson of Vandalia, MO; 1 great-grandson, Warner Ryan Maikai of Clarksburg, MO; 3 sisters, Donna Diane Elgin of Sedalia, MO, Linda Lucas of Clarksburg, MO, Leta (James) Gross of California, MO; 1 brother, Dale Coffelt of Clayton, NC; many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and special friend Sharon Brayfield of Lamar, MO.

He was also preceded in death by his aunt Edith "Edie" Leonard, niece Debra "Debbie" Gross; 3 brother-in-laws, Lewis Elgin, James Lucas, Jr., and Fred Peters.

The family will receive friends Saturday, February 20, 2021, from 11 AM - 1 PM at Mt. Moriah Baptist in Clarksburg, MO. Memorial Services will follow the visitation at 1 PM with Rev. Justin Houston officiating. Memorials may be contributed at or checks payable to Windmill Ridge Funeral Service (please reference Carl Coffelt in the memo section). Online condolences to the family may be contributed at

$150 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
California, MO
Daniel Pickett
11/29/1972 - 3/1/2021
Daniel Pickett, who passed from this earth March 1, 2021, blessed this earth with seven beautiful children and nine grandchildren. Hew will be missed by them, as well as his friends and family. He was an active outdoorsman that seemed to have a zeal for the natural side of life. Daniel is in the compassionate care of American Heritage Funeral Home, where his family is in the process of putting him to rest. The family would, humbly, appreciate any contributions or donations in order to assist with the financial aspect of his final disposition.

$250 of $2,100 raised
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Midland, TX
Kirby C. Metzger
2/26/1994 - 2/26/2021
Kirby passed away tragically following a traffic collision at the age of 28 on February 26, 2021. Born Feb 26, 1994 in Charlottesville, VA to David & Janet Metzger, he had been a longtime area resident. He leaves behind his father, brother and friends. Instead of sending cards and flowers, pease consider assisting in Kirby's final expenses.

$4,150 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Painesville, OH
Alexandria Phillips
8/20/1991 - 2/21/2021
Alexandria N. Phillips

Alexandria Nicole Phillips, 29, passed away in her home on Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 12:00 pm.

She was born on August 20, 1991 in Alton to Jason Perrine and Julie Phillips.

Alexandria was a hard worker and was employed as a cook at Chico’s Bar & Grill in Wood River. She loved tinkering with cars and showing up the boys with her mechanic skills. Alexandria was a loving mother to her daughters and was very independent when it came to raising them.

She is survived by her parents and her step-father, Jason Perrine and Julie (Donald Loudenback) Phillips of Alton; three daughters, Liyah Michelle Kokos, Rainey Rene Phillips, and Trinity Christine Sue Stoner of Alton; grandparents, Steven Phillips of Farmington, MO, Connie Ball of Alton, and Marilyn Perrine of Alton, two brothers, Braden Phillips and Michael Loudenback of Alton; five aunts, Jennifer Phillips, Laurie Knudson, Sherry Perrine, Christine Chartrand, and Lisa Perrine; three uncles, Kevin, Brad, and Randy Perrine; two nephews; many cousins; and her Juggalo Family.

Alexandria was preceded in death by her grandpa, Earl Perrine; great-grandma, Mary Rainey; and the love of her life, Robert “Bobby” Patterson, Jr.

A memorial service is scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Chico’s Bar & Grill located at 575 S. 6th St, Wood River. A balloon release will follow at the Lincoln-Shields Recreation Area, accessed by Riverlands Way, West Alton, MO.

Memorials may be made to the funeral home to help with the cost of services and her daughter's futures through

Marks Mortuary was entrusted with the arrangements.

$2,400 of $2,800 raised
85.71428571428571428571428571 % Complete
Wood River, IL
Dorothy "Grandma Dot" Savage
8/2/1940 - 2/26/2021
Dorothy Marie Savage, known to many as “Grandma Dot”, age 80, of Water Valley, MS passed from this life Friday, February 26, 2021, at her home surrounded by her family. She was born August 2, 1940, in Chicago, IL to the late Walter and Mary (McGrath) Wisniewski. After finishing school, Dot worked many different jobs, including the cafeteria at the hospital, the deli at Larson‘s and as a telephone operator. But nothing meant anymore to her than owning and operating “Dot’s” daycare where she had a huge impact on the later generations of Water Valley’s Children. In her spare time she loved to read, cook using her own recipes as well as those from the closet full of cookbooks she had. She will be deeply missed.

Visitation is planned for Monday, March 1, 2021, in the Gardiner Room of Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Services will be at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, March 2, 2021in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Jerry King officiating. Burial will be in Camp Ground Cemetery with Mack Savage, Jacob Welch, Jagger Stovall, Justin Morris, Devante Alexander, Brady Dickey, and Austin Savage serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be, Bo Simpson, Matt Craven, Michael Savage, Kyle Rogers, and Randy Smith.

Dot is survived by two sons, Kurt Savage (Leronda) of Water Valley, MS, Keith Savage (Maria) of Paris, MS; four daughters, Colleen Craven, Suzette Dufrene, Denise Welch, all of Water Valley, MS, Linda Savage (Bill) of Cedar Lake, IN; two sisters, Rita Preston of Chicago, IL, Carol Barnett of Wisconsin; nineteen grandchildren; twenty-one great-grandchildren; as well as many others that she raised and loved as her own.

Along with her parents, Dot was preceded in death by one son, Kenny Savage; and one brother, Johnny Wisniewski.

$1,240 of $7,000 raised
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Larry G Bricker
9/24/1950 - 2/18/2021
He was a beloved father and grandfather to me and my kids.. He had the kindness heart he would give you the shirt off his back.. Everyone called him papa...Anything would help this came on so sudden and I am doing this on my own I am his only child...But i want to give my dad the proper service and memorial he deserves...❤️❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

$205 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Oak Creek, WI
Tommy Gavin Benefield
12/8/1976 - 2/21/2021
Tommy Gavin Benefield, age 44, of Scobey, MS died unexpectedly Sunday, February 21, 2021 in Grenada, MS. He was born December 8, 1976, in Biloxi, MS to the late Otis Benefield the 1st, and Maria (Winner) Benefield. Known in some circles as the “Gentle Giant”, Tommy was known to have a huge heart. He was the kind of person that was always concerned about those he knew and loved. As such, he loved to reach out and help people in need. Tommy was also a very talented artist, who loved to draw and paint. He had even customize shoes for people. One thing that appealed to him so was Marvel Comics and their characters. He also loved anything to do with Star Wars. Visitation is planned for Friday, February 26, 2021, in the Gardiner Room of Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 12:00 Noon until 2:00 PM. Services will follow at 2:00 PM in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Brenan Allen officiating. Burial will be in Elam Cemetery in Coffeeville, MS. Tommy is survived by one sister, Kristina Kendall (Roger) of Scobey, MS; one brother Otis Benefield the 2nd; five nieces, Angel Kendall, Madison Benefield, Haley Kendall, Kymberlie Benefield, Memphis Benefield; two nephews, Mike Kendall, Otis Benefield; and one great niece, Ellie Kendall. Tommy was preceded in death by both of his parents.

$35 of $4,049 raised
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Walter Marion Ferguson
9/15/1964 - 2/17/2021
My dad was one of a kind. He was a loving father and husand. He leaves behind a wife, two daughters, and five grandkids. We do not have any funds for burial. Him and my mom both are on disability. He was 56 years of age when he passed away from bleeding on the brain and then catching Covid in the nursing home. Please help as we have no way to bury him.

$2,050 of $7,500 raised
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Liberty, SC
Carissa Hogle
9/5/1966 - 2/5/2021
Carissa Hogle a lifetime resident of Odessa, Tx has passed away on February 5, 2021. She was born in Greenville, Tx September 6, 1966 and is preceded in death by her mother many years ago, and has no children or blood relatives to help honor her life or help with the financial aspect of her final affairs. Therefore, Carissa's friends have come together to try and raise funding to help in this area. All arrangements are being entrusted to American Heritage, in Midland, Tx, and no services have been scheduled at this time.

$525 of $1,500 raised
35.00 % Complete
Midland, TX