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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
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
Donald Alvin Brinkley
6/12/1963 - 2/11/2021
Kinston, NC - Donald Alvin Brinkley, 57, passed away on Thursday, February 11, 2021. Donald son of the late Durwood and Hazel Smith Brinkley, was a native of Lenoir County. He was employed as an electrician with the Local Union 553 in Raleigh. He is survived by his daughters, Dawn Tiller and husband, David, of Seven Springs, Donna Shelman, of Kinston, and Stephanie Brinkley, of Richlands; son, Brandon Brinkley, of Richlands; brothers, Darren Brinkley, of Deep Run and Darrell Brinkley, of Kinston; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

$1,585 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Debra Price
8/10/1948 - 2/8/2021
Debra Price, 72, of Columbia, Missouri, passed away on Monday, February 8, 2021, at University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. Arrangements are pending.

$100 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Boonville, MO
Russell J. Olive III
11/5/1970 - 2/7/2021
Russell J. Olive III died suddenly on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at his home at the age of 50.

Born in Bristol, PA, son of Russell J. Olive Jr. and the late Kathleen M (Gesualdi) Olive, Russell has been a longtime resident of Lower Bucks County. He was a 1989 graduate of Holy Cross High School in Delran, NJ and a 1994 graduate of Drexel University.

For over 20 years, Russell served as the Director of Finance for Youth Services Inc. in University City, Philadelphia.

He loved the Phillies and his fur babies.

Beloved husband of 19 years to Laurie A. (Mulloy), he is the dear brother of Joseph A. Olive (Rachel).

Russell will also be sadly missed by 2 nephews; 1 niece; many aunts; uncles; and cousins; mother-in-law, Carolyn Mulloy (Dale Lutz) and brother-in-law, Thomas E. Mulloy III.

Russell was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Thomas E. Mulloy Jr.

Services and interment will be held privately.

$3,550 of $4,600 raised
77.173913043478260869565217390 % Complete
Levittown, PA
Helen E. Golden
8/9/1957 - 2/4/2021
Helen E. Golden of Levittown passed away on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at Jefferson Bucks Hospital. She was 63.

Born and raised in South Philadelphia, Mrs. Golden was a 1975 graduate of South Philly High School. She has resided in Middletown Township for the past 28 years.

Helen spent many years as a customer service representative mostly with Express Scripts in Horsham and also with FedEx in Lower Bucks County.

She enjoyed embroidery and gardening, but mostly she loved the times spent with her family.

Wife of the late William J. Golden, Helen was the loving mother of Michael J. Rusin (Amy M. Sanchez-Hamilton), Crystal Rusin and the late Andrew J. Rusin and devoted grandmother of Chase and Alleyna Rusin and Christopher and Charlie Welk.

She will also be missed by her step children, William Golden III (Brandi), Allan Golden (Lynn Martindell), Patricia Markopulos (Damian) and Donna Golden and their children, Allan Jr., Michael and Matthew; her brother, Edward Gargon; sister, Nancy Gargon and several nieces, nephews and extended family.

Services will be announced at a later date.

$4,525 of $5,000 raised
90.500 % Complete
Levittown, PA
Donna Croley
Please help the family offset the funeral costs by making a donation

$0 of $9,000 raised
0 % Complete
Miamisburg, OH
Connie McDougall
11/24/1972 - 2/2/2021
Connie McDougall, wife of Michael and mother to Dylan Bohr and the late Cole Thompson passed away unexpectedly on February 2. Funeral arrangements are under the care of George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls.

$2,370 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Sioux Falls, SD
Kendra Gilland-Wilkinson
10/6/1971 - 1/30/2021
Kendra Darlene Gilland-Wilkinson, 49 of Logansport, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, January 30, 2021, in the emergency room at Logansport Memorial Hospital. Her family is in shock - she had not been sick at all - then out of the blue...she is gone. We are starting this fund to help her family pay for her final expenses. With all of us joining together, we can ease their burden. Knowing that other people care and that you are not alone in your grief is very healing. Likewise, it is a blessing to those who contribute - for to be able to comfort those who grieve and help them see hope is the true essence of the quote "it is better to give than receive."

You may recognize Kendra from her job at Happy Burger. Always fun to be around - she had the brightest smile! She had previously worked at Cass Transit and Tyson Foods. Kendra had a green thumb and enjoyed gardening. She also loved her cats. Kendra was a very caring and giving person whose final gift was the gift of life as a tissue donor with the Indiana Donor Network.

Surviving are her husband, Edward H. Wilkinson, her parents, Earl Gilland, Kokomo, and Carolyn (Warrick) Gilland, Logansport; two children: Gage Kodah Costello, West Lafayette, and Tanna Kenzie Hylton, Camden; siblings, Greg Gilland and Karen Leffert, both of Logansport; and nieces and nephews, Megan, Alex and Andrew Sullivan, and Dakota Gilland.

A Celebration of Life, will be held from 5-7 p.m. Friday, February 5 at the Helm Street Church of God.

Please accept the heartfelt thanks of Kendra's family for your act of kindness. No matter the size of the gift, it is appreciated more than words can say. 100% of the donations are automatically deposited to Fisher Funeral Chapel who has waived any processing fees associated with your gift. Any excess money will help pay the ambulance/emergency room bill.
You may also share memories, photos and condolences on Kendra's website at

$3,740 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Logansport, IN

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