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Dr. Donald Bunnell

veteranMar 28th, 1930 - Jan 6th, 2023

Celebration of Life Ceremony:  11 a.m. Monday, January 16, 2023, at the Community of Christ Church in Flora

Visitation:  6 until 8 p.m. on Sunday evening, January 15, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora 

Interment:  Orchard Hill Cemetery, Louisville, with military funeral honors 


        Dr. Donald Lee Bunnell, age 92, passed away just before sunrise at the Flora Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Flora, Illinois, on January 6, 2023, with his son and daughter by his bedside.

        He was born on March 28, 1930, in Louisville, Illinois, to Robert George Bunnell and Thelma Emogene Smith Bunnell, both of Salem.  He was born “in the little house behind the jail” by Dr. Howard Dillman in Louisville, Illinois.  His father, Bob Bunnell, was a pharmacist.  He owned and operated Bunnell’s Drug Store on the Louisville Square for 64 years.

        Dr. Bunnell was united in marriage to Mary Campbell Bunnell of Xenia, Illinois, on August 15, 1955, in Flora, Illinois.   Performing the ceremony was Harry Henson of Xenia. To this union were born Mary Emily Putbrese and John Campbell Bunnell. 

        Preceding him in death were his wife; his parents; one brother, Charles Robert and one nephew John Bunnell, both of California.

        Surviving are children, Emily and John; one brother-in-law, George Emerson Campbell of Ogden, Utah; son-in-law, Mike Putbrese; four nephews, Brad Bunnell, Blake Bunnell, J.D. Bunnell and Greg Bunnell all of California; six grandchildren, Stephen Putbrese and wife Betsy, Ben Putbrese and wife Jenny, Lauren Carro and husband Moises, Adam Bunnell, Emma Bunnell, and Ellie Bunnell; and three great-grandchildren, Anna Elizabeth Putbrese, Adaline Mae Putbrese and Rosalee Elizabeth Carro. 

        Dr. Bunnell graduated from Louisville High School in 1948 before entering the University of Illinois in 1949 where he was a member of the Sigma Pi fraternity.  The degree of Bachelor of Science was bestowed in 1956, his education interrupted during the years of 1951-54, during which time he served with the United States Air Force in the Department of Preventive Medicine at a basic training base in New York.

        Living off his G.I. bill and his wife’s teaching salary, Dr. Bunnell returned to the University of Illinois, Chicago campus, in 1956 and entered the college’s school of Medicine.   He was a member of Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity and received the degree of Doctor of Medicine in June of 1960. 

        Dr. Bunnell served all of his internship, two years as associate resident, and one year as chief resident in obstetrics and gynecology at City Hospital in St. Louis qualifying him as a specialist in these fields.

        In July of 1964, Dr. Bunnell and his wife moved to Flora, Illinois where he began his practice in the field of obstetrics and gynecology at the Flora Clinic on 7th street with Dr. Howard Dillman, Dr. Paul Naney and Dr. William Kamp.  Although he “delivered babies,” Dr. Bunnell also worked emergency room services, geriatrics and general surgery during his 36 years of providing medical care.  He was a member of the Clay County Medical staff, the Richland Memorial Hospital Staff, the Illinois State Medical Society, and the American Medical Association.

        He retired from medical practice and set forth on what he considered “another labor of love,” pastor of the Community of Christ Church in Flora.  He pastored the local church for 17 years.   He was instrumental in funding and coordinating the building of a new church for Community of Christ, which is located on Shadwell Street in Flora.

        In 2000, Dr. Bunnell or just “Doc” as most called him, was named Flora’s Citizen of the Year for all his years of service to the community.

        He continued his ministry as President-elect of the South Eastern Illinois District of the Community of Christ Church and Chairman of the Brush Creek Campground Board.  He organized family reunions and retreats at his beloved Brush Creek Community of Christ Campgrounds south of Xenia, Illinois.  He also loved to cook for youth camps at the campground with his wife Mary.

        In 2016, he volunteered to come back to work as a physician for area nursing homes and treated many of his former patients.  Many times as he entered the room, the patient would yell out “Dr. Bunnell, I thought you were dead,” and he would reply, “I thought you were too!”

        Although he retired again from medical practice in March of 2017, he maintained a license to practice, treating mostly family and friends, up to 2021. 

        When his beloved wife passed in 2020, Dr. Bunnell moved in with his son John in Salem, Illinois.   He stayed busy going to high school/college baseball and volleyball games, traveling to Brush Creek Campgrounds, cookouts at his daughter’s home and attending services at the Salem Grace Nazarene Church.  He still enjoyed preaching and would occasionally give a sermon at the Community of Christ Church in Flora.  His caregiver and former patient was Sharon Davis of Flora.  They hit it off right away and spent the mornings at the house discussing politics, religion and the good ole days.  She became a dear friend to him and his family.

        Dr. Bunnell was a founding member of the Clay County Endowment Foundation and received a lifetime achievement award in 2016 for his service.  In 2015, he received the prestigious Pinnacle Award, a national award for exceptional customer care in the healthcare field.  Almost everyone in Flora has either been treated by him or has relatives or friends that has seen him for treatment.

        Dr. Bunnell had a long interest in the educational process in Flora and served as one of the original members of the Flora Academic Foundation, charted in 1984.  He helped organize and incorporate the FAF in the State of Illinois as a not-for-profit and writing its by-laws.  Dr. Bunnell retired from the board in 2000 and received the first Crystal Apple award for outstanding service.  During his years as member, he performed athletic physicals and donated the money to the foundation. His church also made apple dumplings synonymous with Appleknocker Festival, an Academic Foundation activity which became one of the most successful community events of the area.

        If he wasn’t singing in the church or community choir, baking cinnamon rolls or apple dumplings at the church, arranging for the Salvation Army’s Holiday bell ringing campaign, performing in the Flora Depot Play and Variety Shows, or going to his children’s ballgame, he would be at his church.

        “Doc” and his wife Mary loved the Flora Community of Christ Church with all their heart. Her smile was contagious and could melt the heart of any visitor.  He knew the heart of the church’s mission is found in the way its members lived out the gospel in their own lives and in the community.  He stated many times “we are to create a community of joy, hope, love and peace.”  Many outreach programs were organized by him with the help of the hard working and dedicated members of the church.  Some of them include the bi-annual “give away day,” the “Come Share” food distribution program, “Meals on Wheels” program, a once-a-month free dinner, the annual turkey dinner in November and Christmas Eve services (in which he always sang “Oh Holy Night.”)  His philosophy was “if you feed them, they will come” and if the doors were opened you would find “Doc” and Mary there. 

        Their house, which they resided in for nearly 50 years, was full of a warmth and love.  Dr. Bunnell and Mary loved their neighbors and hosted many cookouts on the patio and family meals.  Ben and Mary Claire Moses were neighbors and best friends.  Every summer for 14 years the Bunnells and the Moses would pack up the station wagons, load the kids, and vacation in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

        Perhaps his greatest legacy are “his babies.”  He delivered 2,981 newborns, including 22 sets of twins.  As these babies grew up to be adults, he was later asked to officiate at the marriages of many, and sadly, also buried a few.  Often times, when traveling, someone would say, “Dr. Bunnell from Flora?  You delivered me!” 

        He was a pastor, physician, surgeon and friend to many.  He will always be remembered as “Doc.”

        A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, January 16, 2023, at the Community of Christ Church in Flora.  Interment will follow with full military honors at Orchard Hill Cemetery, Louisville.  Visitation will be from 6 until 8 p.m. on Sunday evening, January 15, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora.  Memorial donations are suggested for the Brush Creek Mission Center, Brush Creek Campground, Xenia, Illinois.  To share a memory or condolence, visit:


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Sandy Smith

January 7th

Emily, John, and family. We are so sorry for your loss. I pray that God will wrap his loving arms around all of you! Hugs and prayers!

Randy & Lori Poole

January 7th

Saying a prayer of peace and comfort for all of the family! May all of your precious memories of Don bring you so many smiles!

David Bryden

January 7th

Dr. Bunnell was a very fine man, as well as his father. Few people will understand when I say I'm sure he saved the fork, because life is much sweeter where he is now living. He can now rejoin his sweet wife Mary and enjoy everlasting life with their families.

Mary Anne Pittman

January 7th

Thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. He will be missed by the whole community. He brought so many babies into this world, gave so much guidance to others, and was a role model for all. I was blessed to work with him and get to know him and love and admire him.

Judy Hubble

January 7th

Emily, John, and families, my prayers are with you during this difficult time. Don meant so much to me and my family and to so many other people. He will always be remembered as a true servant of God. May God give you the comfort and peace that only He can give.

Willie and Dana Johnson

January 7th

Very sorry to hear this Dr. Bunnell will truly be missed Our deepest condolences

Lisa Erbacher

January 7th

What a wonderful person and doctor. Forever grateful to him for my life. Thank you to Don Bunnell for serving this community in so many ways. So very sorry for the loss of your father grandfather and friend....

Becky Burgess

January 7th

A lot of gratitude I owe to Dr Bunnell and his family. Thanks for all you have done for me and my family over the years. You’re one of a kind and I’m thrilled you can now reap your rewards.

Kelley & Brad Ray

January 7th

John, Emily and the rest of the family, we are so sadden to hear about Dr. B. He was such a special person -- both of your parents were. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Renee Knapp

January 7th

My heart is breaking. I always loved any time I ever spent around him.

Joyce Cantrell

January 7th

My mother and dad, Mr and Mrs John and Evelyn Wortham, lived across the street from Doc and Mary and My husband was from Xenia and thought world of Mary. We visited often. So sorry to hear Doc passed but he led a great life and was a good example to many. He will be missed,

Judy Lusk

January 7th

Dr. Bunnell was a very kind and gentle man. I used to work at CCH back in the days when Dr. Bunnell delivered so many babies. I worked on OB as well as several other areas including surgery. He was always good to his patients as well as the staff. Rest in Peace with your Mary. You led a good life. Prayers for his family.

Paul & Jo Ann Rose

January 7th

Thoughts and prayers for the family.

Mike and Sharon Gray

January 7th

So sorry for your loss. A wonderful man and a caring doctor. Prayers of comfort for all the family and friends

Jon and Connie Masters

January 7th

Don was an awesome Doctor, father, man of god and was loved and respected by all who knew him

Judy (Simpson) Holroyd

January 7th

Dr. Bunnell was a great man. He was a great doctor. We were blessed to have him.

Cindy Wright

January 7th

Emily, John and families: Jim and I have always thought the world of your dad. I don’t know if you know this or not, but your dad saved my life in 1980. We had just moved to Flora and had never met him before until that fateful day. Ever since then we were friends, especially after we joined the church. Our hearts are saddened by his passing but we rejoice that he is reunited with Mary and other loved ones. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers with much love!

Jerry Cathey Family

January 7th

Moved to Cisne in 1971 and Dr. Bunnell became our Family Doctor. He was so much more than just a kind, caring doctor. Over the years he took such good care of our family. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. He will definitely be missed by many. 🙏

Ed and Wanda Harrell

January 7th

May God bless and comfort your family. Love and prayers.

Rhoda Gresham

January 7th

I was lucky to have such a caring doctor to deliver my son, who has since passed away. Rest in heavenly peace Dr. Bunnell

Harold & Linda Smith

January 7th

John and Emily, as well as your families, may you feel the loving presence of our Heavenly Father. Your Dad was a very blessed man and a dedicated humble servant of the Lord’s. I loved to hear him talk about the wonderful potlucks bringing him to the church. Our prayers will be for the peace for each of you that only God can give.

Glory Chambers

January 7th

Emily, John, and families. Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you. He was a wonderful person.I miss them both.

Phil and Ginny Rogers

January 8th

Dr. Bunnell wore many hats that were inspirational to many people. The two I personally respect are his mentorship and his servanthood. He served as a giant with huge shoulders for all of us. His kind thoughts and prayers will be long remembered. Now our thoughts and prayers are with the family which he loved dearly. Phil Ginny Rogers

Betty Tucker Simmons

January 7th

Heaven knows a Good man when he is needed, and Don Bunnell is the best! His wonderful Mary will be happy to reunite. It is great having such great people watching over us, don’t forget Lucille and Sam

Brenda and Brian Streif

January 8th

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Clayton Campbell

January 8th

Emily, John, and family. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your father from afar. As your mother was an ideal aunt to Craig and I, so was your father an ideal uncle. I treasure the time I spent in Flora and Xenia in younger years and those memories will endure. I only have tears, as these words seem inadequate. My love, thoughts, and prayers be with you.

Marvin and JoAnn McCann

January 8th

So sorry for your loss. Dr. Bunnell meant so much to our family and the community.

Laura Mae Childers Ervin

January 8th

I remember Dr. Bunnell very well. He delivered my son Stuart Mark on September 4, 1979. He was a very good doctor as he had to hurry and get Stuart out into this world very quickly as his cord was wrapped around his neck 4 times. Dr. Bunnell said he had never seen anything like it in all the years he had been a doctor. I thank God and Dr. Bunnell for his quick response for my son. I will forever remember him. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed greatly.

Bud & Linda Martin

January 8th

Our condolences to all of Dr. Bunnell’s family in your loss. His passing marks the end of an era of “old time” doctors. Not only did he serve his patients and church, he was also an active participant in community activities. He will be missed. He always had a smile and a kind word. We know he is in the Lord’s presence and with his Mary. Prayers for the family. RIP Dr. Bunnell

Jan and Frank Herman

January 8th

Your family is in our prayers. So sorry for your loss.

Jorge&Eva Gonzalez

January 8th

Ours deepest sympathy to you and your family !

Vickie Buckley

January 8th

John and Emily, I’m so sorry for your loss. Your Dad will be greatly missed!

Don & Ann Stoecklin

January 8th

So sorry for your loss. Dr Bunnell will be missed by the whole community. He touched many lives & lived & served a godly life.

Mark E. Henson

January 8th

John. Emily, Your father was always inviting and encouraging of me. I appreciated his devotion to the Flora citizens and his church through his ministry as a medical doctor, a minister, and a vocalist. His smile was always there. welcoming and from his heart. I am grateful that he shared his life with me. A father for you to be proud of. Mark Henson

Robert Boose

January 8th

Donnie was a friend before he was a Doctor . His father Bob and mother Thelma were very good people His wife was also a good person Donnie will be missed by many

Susan Allison

January 8th

Rest in Peace D.L.

Vince Guerrettaz

January 8th

May his beautiful soul rest in eternal peace and may you all find the same type of peace and understanding during the coming months and years. He was One of a select few kindhearted gentlemen.

Brandii Engelmeier Newby

January 9th

My prayers go to the family. Dr Bunnell was an amazing man and he will always be remembered and respects. Also, I was one of those lucky babies!

Roger & Debbie Wells

January 9th

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dr. Bunnell delivered our son back in 1974. He also did my Mother’s funeral service. He was wonderful person who always had a smile when we would see him.

Glenda (Harrison) Oliver

January 9th

John and Emily my deepest condolences for your loss of your dear dad. I have many good memories working with him at CCH as well as being a patient of his. Such a blessing to his patients, his family, church family and Clay County. He and Mary did so much for the community. He will be missed!

Ken Jennings Jr

January 9th

What a great man. So sorry to family, friends, and everyone else who knew him.

Sarah (Dow) Henson

January 9th

What a beautiful synopsis of a life well-lived. I am proud to be one of Dr. Bunnell's babies - and the first baby whose ears he pierced. Mom always loved that he did that for her. Sending love and prayers to the family.

Mark Lagle

January 9th

So sorry Emily for your loss. He was a great man. Took care of many of my family. A blessing to many. And will be missed. In god's hands and free

Connie BurgessBradham

January 9th

Love and prayers to the family for your loss. What kind and gentle man. He has gone to be with his precious Mary.

Lisa Erbacher

January 9th

I am so sorry for the passing of your father. Our community has lost a wonderful man as well. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Memories were made by Don and will never be forgotten.

Bob and Pam Williams

January 9th

John, Emily and families, your dad was one of our favorite people. His energy, love and devotion were abundant and much appreciated by all. Our prayers are with you all.

Bettie Wheat

January 9th

He was always so nice when i was cooking at Brush Creek Reunions.

J.D. & Barbara Bunnell

January 9th

Our deepest thoughts are with you on your new Journey. Being my uncle I can and will always cherish the memories you provided to our family and yours. The phone calls every Saturday with my dad “your Brother “ were very special for the both of you. May your wings join my dad, and find eternal happiness with each other. You will truly be missed by us all. The Bunnell’s JD, Barbara, Brooke, Cory So/California

Vicki (Pilcher) Melendez

January 9th

What an amazing man full of grace, love and professionalism. My mother worked with him for years at the hospital and enjoyed it so much. When I was in high school he actually allowed me to watch a C-section he was performing and hid his amusement when I passed out. His love for his family Mary, John and Emily was always present and he loved to tell of the kids latest achievements. A great man & a tremendous loss.

Randa, Randy, and Jan Vogt

January 9th

Don was such a wonderful man. So thankful to have known both him and Mary. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Emily, John, and family!!

John Etcheson

January 9th

Emily, John sorry for your lost I cherish our discussions……sharing Jesus message of love and peace. His vision of life was his passion for the well-being for humanity. His love for community and the church is an example we all can follow. Thanks for always being there.

Don & Mary Ellen Knapp

January 9th

Sending prayers for the family. So sorry for your loss.

Judy Hubble

January 9th

Emily and John, It is an understatement to say that Dr. Bunnell will be missed. He and Mary were stalwarts of the Flora community as well as the church. I am so sorry for your loss, but I am deeply grateful to have been a part of their lives during my time in Flora. They meant so much to my family and me. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families as you grieve together and celebrate together a life well-lived.

Marilyn (Shehorn) Tarbutton

January 9th

To John, Emily and all the rest of the family: I was so sorry to hear that you Loved One Dr. Bunnell and my brother in Christ has passed away. May God bless each one of you at this time. Remember all the good times you had with him over the years are the memories are so precious. We know that he has been call home to be with his Heavenly Father and others that have gone on before him what a blessed reunion that must have been. I know that all of you will miss him but be there for each other. I must tell you who I am Marilyn (Shehorn) Tarbutton and I was born just south of Orchardville and I moved away from Illinois in June, 1959 to Nevada and then to California. When back in Illinois I went to church at Poplar Creek and also to Brush Creek for reunion. One of the times when we were back in Illinois to see my Dad and other family we saw my Dad at the Flora Rehab and then went over to see the church which was very nice. We didn't think anyone was there at the time but we found one car in the lot and went knocked on the door and I believe if I remember right your Dad was in the kitchen cooking pork chops for a priesthood dinner and meeting and when he found out we were members and also in the priesthood he wanted us to stay but we didn't get to. Don even handed us the church keys so we could go see the inside which we thought was very lovely. Love, blessings and deepest sympathy your sister in Christ Marilyn

Dave & Judy West

January 10th

John and Emily so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. He was a wonderful person and did so much for our family. He will be so missed but with fond memories.

kylie whitlock

January 10th

I can only imagine the pain your family is feeling. Doc was such a wise soul, and I know he is at finally peace with his love. I am thinking of you guys always, and I wish my biggest condolences.

Todd Henson Family

January 9th

It's been a long time together with this community giant. There's so much to speak of. Our lives have been truly blessed.

BeaJay Laughton

January 10th

Dr Bunnell was instrumental in my nursing career. He was a great teacher. I have many fond memories of the hours we spent rendering care for the residents of Clay County. My condolences to his family and friends.

Woods Meryl

January 10th

So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers to the family and friend's.

Marie Headlee

January 10th

My deepest condolences to family and friends. Dr Bunnell was one in a million. The community has lost a true mentor of many. He will Always be remembered as a pillar of the health care community. Thank you Dr Bunnell for caring for MANY of us.. Prayers for the family.

Cheryl Fancher

January 10th

Dr. Bunnell was so kind to me when I was a new graduate nurse in 1972. Fifty years of nursing later I’m still grateful for his (and Dr. Cycholl’s) teaching and patience with a novice. I owe so much to the start I had on OB in Flora.

Terry Igert

January 11th

I'm very sorry for your loss!! He was a wonderful and blessed member of our community!!!

Debra and Donald Nix and children Angela and Cory

January 12th

We are so sorry to hear of Dr Bunnell’s passing. He delivered both our children. Which both were difficult. Which one was a close call. He became one of my hero’s that night. He also delivered alot of my family members also. The community has lost such a wonderful sweet man that accomplished so much in his life. Our deepest condolences and sympathy to the family. God bless you all.

Bill & Charlene Gilmore

January 14th

Sorry we will not be able to attend the service. We will always remember Doc and Mary. They were a wonderful couple Our thoughts and prayers are with the family We are grateful to have known Doc and Mary.

Troy and Sandy Thomas

January 15th

Emily and John and family. We are so sorry to hear about the passing of DOC. He was a wonderful man and an did so much for everyone in this community. He had a heart of Gold💛. He loved his family so much and was proud of all accomplishments. I was one of the lucky babies to be delivered by DOC along with him delivering both my boys too! We will be thinking of you all in the days weeks months ahead as you say “See you later Dad.”

Ryan Hubble

January 15th

Dr. Bunnell was an amazing man who, not only touched so many lives, but touched so many aspects of others' lives. For myself, Dr. Bunnell was there for so many great milestones in my life. Like so many others in Flora, he delivered me as a baby. But, in addition, he was there to confirm my baptism as a child. Later, he was there to marry me to my wife Caroline during our wedding. And then he was there to help perform the baby blessing for my first child Jackson. Dr. Bunnell was there for some of the most major moments that helped shaped my life and my family. His impact was great as I know it was with so many others. My condolences are with Dr. Bunnell's family as they grieve the loss but also celebrate the life of a great man who had a positive impact on so many lives. - Ryan, Caroline, Jackson, & Reagan

Jane Snyder

January 15th

So sorry to learn of Dr Bunnell’s passing! He was our family doctor for many years. He also served as mentor for our daughter, Laurie, as she studied to become a nurse! I am thankful that it was Dr Bunnell’s support and belief in what Cheryl Headlee and I were trying to accomplish by supporting the idea of Appleknocker! Because of his support, Appleknocker continues and so will his legacy!

Jerry and Carolyn Bible

January 15th

Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one “Doc”. He and Mary were two of the nicest people we have known. Our love and prayers are with all the Bunnell family.

Todd Florna

January 17th

Hope he has fun in heaven, we love you dr!!!!!!! best wishes and all my prayes, todd

David Lewis

January 17th

With love and prayers, Dave Lewis. You have my sincere sympathy.



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Marilyn Jones
Dena Guy
Toni Clark Lee
Lisa Carter
Nathan and Courtney Atwood
Tom & Connie Greenwood
Cecil, Tara, Charley & Dani Shelton
Larry and Linda Cook
Jim Fry
Ryan, Sara, Colin & Chloe Schnepper
Kevin hudgins
Kylie Cox
Nevel M. And Kathryn Jones
Marie Hemphill Lamonds and family
David and Sue Burt
Mary Kenley
James and Mary West
Tony and Janice Randall
Becky Stanford Stocke
Beldora Boose Grove
Michael and Denae Morrison & Family
Ken Jennings Jr
Stephen and Linda Taylor
Tony and Dana Doty and Family
Kristi Moll and family
The Family of Betty Brown
Wayne Eastin & Diane Johnson
Lisa Erbacher
Wanda Sharar Lacy
Troy&Kim and Carson Welty
Bob & Becky Hiemenz
Mary Reynolds
Tim &Ciny Enyart
Chad & Elizabeth Bayles
Bonnie Osborne
Patsy Burgess
Curtis and Holly Leib
Steve and Donna Smith
Jim & Karen Williams
Tina Henson Branham
Jim & Sally Woomer
Heather Lucas
Vernon and Yvonne Guinn
Kaydee Courtright
John & Lisa Haycock
Sheldon & June Smith
Ed and Jill Dawkins
John and Caroline Zink
Asher Wathan
Nancy Kendrick
Dorlisa Martin and David Good
Pat and Linda Blanton
Don & Mary Ellen Knapp
Norman and Shirley Fry Workmanqh
Janet Weber
The Cardascio Family
Carole Brooks Schroeder
Lynne Wilson
kylie whitlock
Wayne & Brenda Bullard
Tina Golden & Family
Steve and pat moore
Clara Luttrell Coleman
Dale Holman
Robin & Sharla Todd
Matt and Deb Kuenstler
Kathy 'Gertie'Griffith
Jeff and Mandy Dennis
Joy Patterson and family
J.D. & Barbara Bunnell
Phil and Ginny Rogers
Roy &Janet Bricker
Mary Ann Brown
Patsy burgess Donoho
Mary Ann Brown
Cody and Emily Glassford family
Mark &Karen Jones
Todd Henson Family
Clint and Shelly Green
Mayola, John, Diane and Charles Wintermann
Mark, Janet, Ryan, and Jordan Winka
Carolyn Phelps Barnes
Landon, Kaitlyn, Landrey, & Quinn Eade
Jean Eskew
Mary Beth Stine
Vivian Blackford
Marsha Kroeger
Debra ( Greenwood ) Thoele
Brent & Marie Headlee
Jenny Farmer
Bob and Beth Hilliard
Woods Meryl
Amie Evans
Joann Stanford
Kent and Melody Rice
Beverly Schwaninger
Cliff and Julie McIntosh
Randy Wells
Becky Stanford Stocke
Sue Gay
Mary Reynolds
Greg &Connie
Bill & Charlene Gilmore
Bill & Charlene Gilmore
Nancy Travis
Clay County Cancer Support Group
Richard & Marina Bookhout and Martin Sharp and Melody Hagen Flood
Rick and Sherry Gibbs
Kevin hudgins
Troy and Sandy Thomas
Jerry and Carolyn Bible
Bryan & Gayla Land
Kaye Drake White
Richard and Caryne Zarchy
Eva (Fooie helms) whitely
Debra Ritchie
Sylvia McCrory


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