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Paul Wayne Hoglen
.. Paul W. Hoglen, 55, of Pleasant Hill, departed this life on April 25, 2015 at Kansas City Hospice House, surrounded by his loving family. He was born March 31, 1960 in Kansas City, the son of Donald Wayne and Eva Jewell (Butler) Hoglen.
.. Paul grew up in Kansas City and graduated from Oak Park High School in 1979.
.. On June 22, 1985, Paul was united in marriage with Betty Jean Johnson in Gladstone. They made their home in Lee’s Summit, before moving to Pleasant Hill in 2012.
.. Paul was maintenance director for Mission Hills Country Club. He was a kind, considerate and loving husband, son, father, brother, grandfather and uncle; he truly loved and was devoted to his family.
.. He also had the innate ability to make friends wherever he went. He would start conversations with complete strangers in gas stations, restaurants, stores, any place he happened to be, and by the time the conversation was over, he had made a new friend, and it didn’t end there, he actually kept in contact with many of them.
.. Paul’s strong faith in God strengthened him and gave him encouragement after his cancer diagnosis. He was a member of Echo Church in Pleasant Hill.
.. Paul is survived by his wife, Betty Hoglen of the home; his parents, Donald Wayne and Eva Jewell (Butler) Hoglen of Springfield; two sons, Chad W. Hoglen and wife Danielle of Pleasant Hill, and Austin Hoglen and fiancee, Sammie Winkler of Kansas City; one sister, Rhonda Kearby and husband Glenn of Coppell, Texas; one brother-in-law, Clyde Ralston of Lathrop; three grandsons, Connor, Caleb and Carter Hoglen; two nephews, Cole and Christian Kearby; other relatives and many friends.
.. Services for Paul W. Hoglen were held April 30, 2015, at Echo Church, Pleasant Hill. Pastor Robert McDaniel officiated. Interment in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
.. Casket bearers were Chad Hoglen, Austin Hoglen, Jeff Cole, Jeff Miller, John Hoglen and Dennis Johnson.
.. Arrangements by Wallace Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill.

Chester Marvin “Bud” Jones, Jr.

...Chester Marvin “Bud” Jones, Jr., 67, departed this life on April 25, 2015, at Missouri Veterans Home, Warrensburg. He was born February 22, 1948, in Independence, the son of Chester M. and Doris May (Fogle) Jones, Sr.
...Bud spent his younger years in the Cleveland, Missouri area and graduated from Cass Midway High School in 1967. From December of 1967 to September of 1969, he proudly served his country in the United States Army and was a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans, Missouri Chapter #2, E. Schumann Heink of Kansas City. After his military service, Bud made his home in Houston, Missouri.
...On July 29, 2006, Bud was united in marriage with Lavena Ray Spillars in Butler, and they made their home in Tightwad, Missouri.
Before declining health forced his retirement, Bud was machinist for McDonald Douglas. He was also an avid sportsman who loved anything to do with nature and the great outdoors.
...Bud was preceded in death by his father, Chester M. Jones, Sr. on January 2, 1991, and an infant sister, Beverly Diane Jones in 1951.
...He is survived by his wife, Lavena R. Jones of Tightwad; his mother, Doris M. Jones of Cleveland; one daughter, Ami Dawn Jones and fiancee, John Vinson of Rogersville, Missouri; two brothers, Ronnie Dean Jones of Cleveland, and Roy Lee Jones of Grandview; other relatives and many friends.
...Services for Mr. Chester Marvin “Bud” Jones, Jr. were held on May 1, 2015 at the First Baptist Church of Cleveland. The family received friends before the funeral service. Rev. Joe Hall officiated.
...Casket bearers were Cody Fogle, Jake Fogle, Tyler Johnson, Cory Johnson, Steve Fogle and Ronnie Jones, Jr. Burial was in the Glenwild Cemetery with military honors, provided by the United States Army and V.F. W. Post #3118 of Pleasant Hill.
...The family suggests contributions, “In Memory of Chester M. “Bud” Jones, Jr.” to Disabled American Veterans, Missouri Chapter #2, E. Schumann Heink of Kansas City, 8787 Santa Fe Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64138.
...Arrangements by Wallace Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill.