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OBITUARY - KENSEL EUGENE MOTSINGER

Kensel Eugene MOTSINGER, son of Charles and Freda MOTSINGER, was born April 2, 1932, near Grant City, Mo., and departed this life at the Missouri Methodist Hospital, St. Joseph, Mo., on March 26, 1942, at the youthful age of 9 years, 11 months and 24 days.

Kensil (sic) lived a full and beautiful life, had great interest in and affection for his home and all his associates, the Tent Chapel church, where he was a regular attendant with his parents, the Molar school where he spent three years. He had a multitude of friends and was loved by all who knew him.

He became afflicted in 1941 and made eleven visits to the hospital during his illness. here he made many friends who admired him as a model patient.

He leaves his parents, one sister, Shirley Ann of the immediate family; also two grandparents, Mrs. Maud GOFF and and Mr. Willard MOTSINGER, both of the Grant City vicinity. Also ten aunts and uncles, eighteen cousins together with other relatives.

Funeral services were held from the Prugh Funeral Home at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, March 28, conducted by Rev. Ralph YADON, assisted by Rev. Chas. CARRICO. A quartet composed of Mrs. W. B. DYSART, Mrs. George BALES, Almon MOTSINGER and M. O. BRIGGS sang "Saved by Grace" and "Face to Face." Miss Justina WILSON sang "The Lord Knows Why." Mrs. Hattie FILES, pianist. Flower bearers were Billy CADLE, Wendell MOTSINGER, Phyllis GOFF, Joan CADLE, Waurine GOFF and Cora Mae STABE. Pall bearers were Glen A. WARDEN, Dean COBB, Alvin STABE and Ivan BROWN. Interment at Tent Chapel Cemetery.

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