Obituaries Published in the May 25 California Democrat

BARRY

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Julivia Dorene (Maier) Barry

Julivia Dorene (Maier) Barry, 85, of California, Mo., passed away on Friday, May 20, 2011 at California Care Center.

She was born on April 22, 1926 in Moniteau County, Mo., to Fred William and Anna Lydia (Sauer) Maier, the oldest of three children. Julivia grew up on the family farm south of McGirk and graduated from California High School in 1944.

She is survived by her husband, Lawrence Richard Barry (86); two sons, David Barry and wife Margaret of Highland Village, Texas, and Fredrick Barry and wife Charlotte of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.; and two brothers, Darwin (D.J.) and Bill (B.G.) Maier and wife Ruth, all of California, Missouri. Julivia was also a loving grandmother to Sean, Kate and Chase Barry.

Julivia met her husband, Richard in high school. They were married on June 8, 1946, and were married for nearly 65 years.

Julivia was a long term member of the Kumjoinus club for 40+ years, an educational extension of women in the local community. Julivia was a charter member and served as President of the VFW Auxiliary. After her two boys were born, she and her husband became very active in Boy Scouts of America where she achieved the highest scout leader honor as a Silver Fawn. Julivia was very active in the local community and several church groups, she helped her husband run the family auto parts business and also worked as a teller at Farmers and Traders Bank. Later, once her boys were grown and graduated from high school, Julivia worked as an activities director at California Care for 22 years. She ended up spending the last few years of life being cared for in the same manner in which she cared for so many of her own patients. Her strong friendships and support for her community and church will be long remembered by all who knew her.

A funeral service celebrating Julivia’s life was held on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at California United Church of Christ. Burial was in Enloe Cemetery. Officiating was Rev. Collette Jones.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to be made to either the United Church of Christ in California, Missouri or Hospice Compassus, c/o Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, 100 S. Oak, California, MO 65018.

Arrangements were under the direction of Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, California, Mo.

JUNGMEYER

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Ronald L. Jungmeyer

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Veteran

Ronald L. Jungmeyer, age 64, of Russellville, died Saturday, May 21, 2011, at University Hospital in Columbia.

He was born March 4, 1947, in Russellville, a son of Victor W. "Doc" and Martha Linhardt Jungmeyer. Ron was baptized April 4, 1947, and confirmed May 27, 1962, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Russellville. The confirmation verse chosen was Matthew 7:21, "Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven."

On June 1, 1991, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Ron was united in marriage to Shirley Kindle Cable and she survives at their home.

He was a graduate of Russellville High School and Linn Technical School in Linn.

Ron was an Air Force veteran, serving his country in the Vietnam War.

He and Richard Heidbreder partnered in the concrete foundation business for several years. After selling his interest in the foundation business, Ron became a contractor for the U.S. Postal service, running the Columbia/St. Louis routes, along with some smaller local mail routes for many years.

Ron was best known for his love of John Deere Tractors. He took his love of tractors and his attention to detail and created a business where he restored antique tractors. In a very short time he became renowned for his craftsmanship and soon he was restoring tractors from all over the world.

He was a lifelong member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Russellville.

When Ron’s health began to fail, he enjoyed spending time on his golf cart with his little dog, Amber. They could be found driving around the home-place, "rabbit hunting" on the cart.

In addition to his wife, Shirley, he is survived by his mother, Martha Jungmeyer of Russellville; one daughter, Darla Jungmeyer and partner, Chris Primus of San Juan Island, Washington; two sons, Tony Cable and wife Nancy and Troy Cable and wife Monica all of Versailles; one brother, Duaine Jungmeyer and wife Marti of Russellville; one sister, Elaine Richards and husband Butch of Tebbetts; three grandchildren, Peyton Cable and Thomas and Torrie Cable, also nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 26, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Russellville with Rev. Dave Carlson officiating. Interment, with military funeral honors, will be in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Russellville.

The family will receive friends from 4:00 - 7:00 P.M. Wednesday, May 25, at the Scrivner-Morrow Funeral Home in Russellville.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society or the Trinity Lutheran Church in Russellville. www.scrivner-morrow.com.

McNAY

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Veteran

Jimmie Joe Arnold McNay, 82, Barnett, died May 20, at St. Mary’s Health Center, Jefferson City.

He was born March 4, 1929, in Centertown, son of Cleo and Velma McNay He was married Feb. 27, 1959, in Kansas City, Kan., to Beverly Rich, who survives of the home.

He is survived by two sons, Michael McNay, Stuttgart, Ark., and John McNay, Jefferson City; one daughter, Anita Janes of California; four grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and two step great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held on May 25, at 10 a.m. at Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, California, Mo. Burial will be in Grace United Methodist Cemetery in Jamestown.

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