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Johnny Dale St. John
8/25/1972 - 8/12/2019
Johnny Dale St. John was born to Johnny and Rita St. John in Durant, Oklahoma on August 25, 1972 and passed away Monday August 12, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. Johnny Dale was a lifetime resident of Blue, Oklahoma where he graduated high school. Johnny Dale loved spending time with family and friends. He worked as a butcher and also a steel worker. Johnny Dale is preceded in death my his mother Rita, his grandparents Earl and Maydell St. John, Charlie and Addie Tyree and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He is survived by his children Tesla Smith, Layne St. John, and Angel St. John; father Johnny St. John; sisters Tammy Musgrove and Cindy Dophied and Brother Shorty St. John and numerous nieces and nephews along with several great nieces and nephews. Johnny Dale passed unexpectedly and the family is needing some assistance in covering the funeral expenses. A celebration of Johnny's life will be held Saturday August 17th at Brown's Funeral Service in Durant, Oklahoma from 1 to 3 pm, after which time he will be cremated. The family thanks everyone in advance for any support, donations and prayers during this time.

$845 raised
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Durant, OK
Serita Bartlett
8/25/1960 - 8/4/2019
Tenacious, energetic and courageous. These three words define Serita Bartlett. This is how she pursued life. She confronted every challenge ready to win and willing to endure any setback. The same qualities that gave her a love for life gave her the strength, in the end to endure hardship. Eager to help, work hard and enjoy the benefits of her labor with her family. In the end, she did not surrender, she submitted to a call to go home to God.
Serita Janine Key was born August 25, 1960 to Edward Lee Key and April Odell Hayes in Columbia Missouri. She attended and graduated in 1979 from Da- vid H. Hickman High school where she is remember for taking part in concert choir and track & field activities.
Following graduation Serita was blessed with the birth of two daughters; Kenyette (1980) and Camille (1983).
In September of 1987 she married LeAnthony R Bartlett of St. Louis Missouri. To this union were born three children; LeAnthony Jr. (1987), LeAron (1988), and Charnay (1996).
Serita is a 1990 graduate of Sanford & Brown Business College (St. Louis, MO) with an Associates Degree in Business Administration.
Upon her graduation Serita entered employment as an administrative assistant at the headquarters for Macey’s Department Stores in St. Louis Missouri. She also worked for several years at the University of Missouri (Columbia) as a Communi- cations Technician.
Serita joined the church at an early age. Since 2006 she has been a member of Restoration of Life Ministries in Columbia, Missouri.
Serita passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Sunday, August 4, 2019 in Columbia Missouri.
Serita was preceded in death by her parents. She leaves five children; Kenyette Glenn (St. Peters MO), Camille Reynolds (Columbia, MO), LeAnthony Bartlett Jr. (Columbia, MO), LeAron Bartlett and Charnay Bartlett (St. Louis, MO). Three siblings; Chrissa Key (Columbia, MO), Mark Key (Columbia, MO) and Cory Key (Springfield, MO). There are five grand-daughters and four grandsons who will also love, reverence and respect her memory. Serita is survived by five aunts, two uncles and a host of cousins, friends and acquaintances. The family also honors and acknowledges her mother-in-law Shirley Bartlett & family (St. Louis, MO).

$95 raised
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Boonville, MO
Richard Warren Wilburn
10/30/1945 - 8/6/2019
Richard Warren Wilburn, 73, of Midland, Texas passed from this world on August 6, 2019 . He served our country as a Radioman for the Navy during the Vietnam War. A memorial service has been scheduled for 3:00 pm on Saturday, August 10, 2019 in Midland at America Heritage Funeral Home. The family greatly appreciates any donations made in his honor.

$10 raised
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Midland, TX
Jose Efrain Medrano Carrillo
3/12/1997 - 7/30/2019
Jose Efrain Medrano Carrillo, 22, of Lafayette, passed away on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. Jose's family is needing help with his funeral cost here in Lafayette and his burial cost in Mexico. Any contributions would be greatly appreciated by the family.

$100 raised
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Lafayette, IN
James J. DiPaolo Jr.
8/22/1958 - 7/30/2019
James J. DiPaolo Jr. passed away on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at Abington Hospital Jefferson Health at the age of 60.

Born in Pittsburgh, PA, son of the late Shirley Ann (Winterhalter) and James J. DiPaolo Sr., Jim moved to Bensalem as a young boy and was a 1976 graduate of Bensalem High School.

For the last 15 years, Jim was the Vice President of Port Richmond Tool and Die Company in Philadelphia.

He loved cooking, trains, working with his hands and sitting by the fire pit.

Jim will be remembered as a humble, proud, hardworking man, and a "Jack of all Trades".

A very patriotic man, Jim enjoyed American History and would attend military air shows. He was a former member of the Uptown String Band.

Beloved husband of 41 years to Ann (Kaminski), Jim is the loving father of James J. DiPaolo III (Mandi) and Nicole Matthews.

He is the devoted grandfather of Sydney, Jordan and Haley and dearest brother of Gregory DiPaolo (Kathy) and Jerry DiPaolo (Cathy).

Jim will also be sadly missed by several nieces, nephews, extended family and the family dog, Thor.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Monday, August 5, 2019, from 9:30 until 11:00 am at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, where his funeral service will be held at 11:00 am. Interment will follow in Resurrection Cemetery, Bensalem.

$2,815 of $8,800 raised
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Levittown, PA
Rudolph Tucker
12/1/1961 - 7/15/2019
Mr. Rudolph Tucker, 57, husband of Mrs. Angela Tucker, was called home to rest on Monday, July 15, 2019. On behalf of the family, in the most humble of circumstances, we have set up this campaign to help ask for any donations whatsoever to ensure they're able to remember and celebrate Rudolph's life with a Homegoing service. Please join us in comforting the Tucker family by uplifting them with your prayers.

$0 of $3,800 raised
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Petersburg, VA
Brandon P. Blouch
5/28/1981 - 7/14/2019
Brandon was a devoted husband to Amanda, hard working father of 2 beautiful children. Olivia (12) and Alex (8). Tragically his time here was cut short...mandy has an incredible support system with family and friends, but brandon was the main income, so if anyone could help defray the funeral costs, it would be deeply appreciated.

$1,165 raised
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Jonestown, PA
Chase Daniel Allen
Chase Daniel Allen lost the battle with his failing, earthly body Monday night, July 8, 2019, in the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. In the words his sister, Jacinta Langley, who so eloquently writes, "What he gained was so much more. In the midst of our tears we rejoice knowing Chase is now free of pain and of the unknown illness that changed so much of his life and our lives the last 7 months.

As his family makes the long drive home this morning, our community has the opportunity to minister to them in a powerful way right now. First and foremost, take a moment to pray for them. They will be blessed by your prayers more than you can possibly imagine.

Secondly, this family has gone through seven months of lost wages, hotel stays, traveling and medical bills. Now they will be making plans for his funeral and burial. There is no life insurance - Chase had just graduated from nursing school when he fell ill. Any funds donated through our site or here on Fund the Funeral will go directly to the funeral home electronically and the full 100% will assist his family. Please share this information. Every donation, large or small, will add up quickly. Together, we can ease a huge burden on their shoulders.

$5,409 of $7,500 raised
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Logansport, IN
Michael Doran Hoover
12/23/1945 - 6/24/2019
Mike graduated from Tipton High School in 1964. He loved trees - he would call them "God's natural cathedrals". He loved the Purdue Boilermakers. He had a remarkable memory, remembering old and new friends; some say he never met a stranger. The family appreciates any monetary donations to assist with the funeral services.

$4,105 raised
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Tipton, IN

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