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In Loving Memory of Tommy "Shaky" Artelt

4/28/1961 - 3/27/2019

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Windmill Ridge Funeral Service
California, MO

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Tommy 'Shaky' Artelt, 57, of California, Missouri passed away Wednesday, March 27, 2019, surrounded by his family, at Capital Region Medical Center Jefferson City, Missouri. He was born on April 28, 1961 in Jefferson City, Missouri to Heinz and Lulia (Parish) Artelt.
He lived to junk. Tommy enjoyed ferrets, especially his “Chubberz”. He collected Harley gear, enjoyed anything with 2, 3 or 4 wheels. He enjoyed working, driving and playing with trucks. He loved his children and grandchildren with all of his heart. Tommy was very family and friend orientated and where there was food, you could be sure to find him there.

Tommy is survived by two sons, Daniel Artelt and his wife Mary of Lamar and Brian Artelt of Corpus Christi, TX; his daughter April Suggs of Iberia; 8 grandchildren; one brother Johnny Artelt of California; two sisters Carolyn Zarn and her husband Monty of California, and Debbie McCasland and her husband Tim of Ferguson; and several nieces and nephews.

Along with his parents Tommy was preceded in death by his Uncle Buel Parish and his Aunt Christine Belt.
Memorial services will be held at a later date. Donation to the family may be contributed at Online messages to the family may be added at
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Funeral Funders (9)
Kaylynn Parker and Family
We love you all so much. My heart goes out to you ❤ always know hes with you everyday no matter what
Prayers for you and your family! Stay strong!
Wilma Martin
I'm here if you need me. I loved him whole heartlly and I feel his absence
Christa Garrett
Johnny Artelt
I love you and miss you my friend my brother.
Amber Kellison
I'm so sorry for you loss. My dad passed April 1, 2019 and if it weren't for gofundme we couldn't bury him. It's not much but I pray it helps to bless your family.