Rudy Klotz, 85, son of William and Clara Klotz, was born July 18, 1919, in White County, Ark. He died Sept. 12, 2004, at Salem Memorial District Hospital.He served in the Army during World War II from May 1942 to July 1945 in the Philippines and New Guinea.He married Thelma Bay in St. Louis. They had three children.She preceded him in death Oct. 11, 2000.Mr. Klotz was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church in Licking.He married Fern Scarson Nov. 14, 2002. She died Oct. 2, 2003.He was also preceded in death by his brother, Ed; and a sister, Carrie.Surviving are his children, Henrietta Jones of Jerome, Dene Kirn of Florissant and Mike Klotz of Licking; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.Services were Sept. 14 at the Free Will Baptist Church in Licking with the Rev. Max Courtney officiating. Burial with full military honors was in the Boss Cemetery under the direction of Fox Funeral Home of Licking Peggy McKinneyServices are 10:30 today (Thursday) at the Evans Funeral Home Chapel for Peggy McKinney of Bucyrus. Burial will be in the Emory Cemetery.Mrs. McKinney, 74, died Monday at Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston. Peggy McKinneyMargaret Ann “”Peggy”” McKinney, 74, daughter of Alan and Mamie Barnes Shoffeitt, was born Oct. 17, 1929, at Phoenix, Ariz. She died Sept. 12, 2004, at Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston following a lengthy illness.She was married to Vernon McKinney for 56 years.She enjoyed cooking and visiting. She was active in cancer fund-raising.Mrs. McKinney was a member of the Highway 17 Church of Christ.She was preceded in death by her parents.Surviving are her husband of the home; one son, Michael; one daughter, Peggy Kathleen; an adopted daughter, Renee; five brothers, Lowell, Donnie, Rex, Jackie and Alan; one sister, Muriel; and five grandchildren.Services were Sept. 16 at the Evans Funeral Home Chapel with Don Pruitt officiating. Burial was in the Emory Cemetery. “

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