CASTLEBERRY, BETTY JEAN PRESSEY Cordell Beacon (12/18/2003) Funeral services for Betty Jean Castleberry will be held Thursday, December 11, 2003, at the Brown Funeral Home Chapel, Atoka, Oklahoma at 10:00 A.M. Burial will be at the Butler Cemetery, Lane, Oklahoma, under the direction of Brown Funeral Home, Atoka, Oklahoma and Jack Loftiss Funeral Home, Cordell, Oklahoma. Betty was born on April 10, 1934 in Perry, Illinois to Nora Mae (Tucker) and Charles William Pressey. She was 69 years old. She went to her eternal reward Monday, December 8, 2003, at the Cordell Memorial Hospital, Cordell, Oklahoma. Betty is survived by David Castleberry, Bunker, Illinois, Willard Castleberry and wife, Karen, Atoka, Oklahoma, Frankie Castleberry, Atoka, Oklahoma, Rita Beach and husband, Mike, Cordell, Oklahoma, Robin Castleberry, McAlester, Oklahoma, Cheryl Dugger and husband, Rick, Palmyra, Illinois, Allan Castleberry, Durant, Oklahoma, Jean Perkins and husband, Ted, Chesterfield, Illinois, Vicky Castleberry, Atoka, Oklahoma, Cathy Mayhue and husband, David, Cordell. She has 25 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Michelle, April, Aaron, Tina, Scott, Shelly, Shannon, Joshua, Chris, Tiffany, Ryan, Jessica, Jason, Nora, Stephen, Bryan, Allan Jr., Amellia, Tonya, Tammy, Heather, Matthew, Joshua and Trevor. Sister, Sally Bigley,Pittsfield, Illinois; brothers, Bud Pressey, Winchester, Illinois, Cleo Pressey, Pittsfield, Illinois.

Submitted by Rhonda (Pressey) Miller


CHASE, Richard E.; b: 17Apr1918, New Canton, Il.; d: 13Nov1984, Pittsfield, Il.; bu: Park Lawn Cemetery, Barry, Il.; m: Ruth Tittsworth on 7Dec1936 in Palmyra, Mo.; fa: Raymond Chase; mo: Claire Easley. A resident of rural Barry, Il. Survived by his wife; five daughters: Mrs. James (Evelyn) Borrowman of Kinderhook, Mrs. Lyndle (Harriet) Loutzenhiser of Rockport, Mrs. Robert (Sharon) Tilden and Mrs. Phillip (Bethany) Hirst, both of Bloomington, and Mrs. John (Rosemary) Walker of New Canton; and 17 grandchildren. Preceded by one brother.


Quincy Daily Journal - Monday, September 25, 1916 - Page 8

Former Resident Dead -- Word was received here of the death of Howard Cohenour who resided on a farm near Dutton Station. Mr. Cohenour was quite old and was well known throughout this part of the county. He had been in poor health for some months and his decease was not unexpected.

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