Charles Leroy Harper

Charles Harper of Perryville, MO died at Barnes Jewish Hospital of COVID-19 at the age of 81 on February 13, 2021.

Charles was a veteran having served in the Illinois National Guard, and married three times. He is remembered as being a “rolling stone” and “restless soul”. He had many careers and adventures, most notably in the mining industry working as far away as Columbia South America. He gained his Commercial Drivers License at the age when most people are retired (at age 69) and worked as an over-the-road truck-driver which he only stopped doing because he became incapacted with COVID-19.

Charles Harper is missed by his wife, an ex-wife, six children, grand-kids, extended family, and the many friends he made during his adventurous life.


Charles Leroy Harper obituary at Monarch Cremation 

Phyllis C. Hall

Phyllis C. Hall died from COVID-19 on February 9, 2021.

From her obituary: “Phyllis was born in Springfield, Illinois. She graduated from Washington University with a double major of Education and English. She also graduated from Webster University with a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development. She ended her career as a recruiter with St. Mary’s Hospital.

Phyllis was a passionate golfer who loved to be outdoors; loved to dance and most of all, loved to laugh and have fun.”

Her age is unknown but I believe from finding her brother’s obituary that she was born between 1940 and 1957.


Phyllis C. Hall obituary at Kutis Funeral Homes