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Joyce was a Christian and an active member of the Grant City Baptist Church where she was always called upon when delicious home-made rolls and brownies were needed.Joyce is survived by and will be truly missed by her children Karen (Jeff) Andrews, Kent Thompson, and Kathy (Steve) Mc Grew all of Grant City; grandchildren Kendall Kobbe, Katelyn (Mike) Frisch, Kyle Kobbe, Claire Andrews, and Tess Andrews; great grandchildren Camdain, Lucas, Bentley, Emmett, and Gracelyn Frisch.Obituaries are a beautiful way to remember a loved one who has passed away.They can capture what was unique about that person, and serve as an invitation to a memorial service.Harold is also survived by his brother, Dick Stephenson (Myrna) of Albany, MO, his sister, Berniece Barber, and sisters-in-law, Rosemary and Barbara Stephenson, all of Grant City, MO.He also leaves 11 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews who will miss their Grandpa, Uncle and special Unk.Her employment before retirement was with SSM Healthcare. Thursday, November 9, 2017 at the Miller Cemetery in Denver, Missouri. After serving a brief Air Force tour oversees, Lynden returned to Grant City and the two of them were united in marriage on November 11, 1955.Surviving are her sister, Peggy Drake (Jerold); cousin, Lu Emma Powanz Qwinn; nephew, Alex Drake (Katherine); niece, Victoria Drake (Mathew Peterson) and two cousins: Will Quinn (Amanda)and Daniel Quinn and the following named great-nephews and niece: Andrew Drake, William Drake, Drake Peterson and Cady Peterson. Memorial may be made to Denver Schoolhouse or Worth County Convalescent Center. During his service he traveled the world in submarines, retiring in 1974 after 22 years as a Chief Warrant Officer CWO3. After returning back to Worth County Joyce began working for the ASCS office in Grant City.
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Harold retired after many years working in construction, mostly in waterproofing, concrete finishing and as a bricklayer.