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Irma Catherine Schuchardt

August 31, 1917 - June 26, 2011

Irma Catherine
Schuchardt, 93, of Auxvasse,
died Sunday, June 26, 2011,
at Boone Hospital Center in
Columbia.
Irma was born August 31,
1917, Willow Creek,
Montana, the daughter of
Charles William and Katherine
“Katie” (Mayo) Lees.
She first married Alvin A.
Bonney and later married
Dr. John A. Owens, who
died in 1974. Irma then
married Arthur Schuchardt
on July 1, 1978, in
Auxvasse. He survives.
Mrs. Schuchardt worked
at the shoe factory and then
as a doctor’s assistant for
her husband, Dr. John A.
Owens. For the last 54 years,
she was a homemaker. Irma
was a member of Love Street
Christian Church. Her family
was very important and she
enjoyed being around them.
Survivors include her
husband, Arthur Schuchardt
of Auxvasse; one son,
Donald A. Bonney and wife,
Donna of Fulton; one
daughter, Nancy Loyd of
Mexico; five grandchildren,
Darla K. Bullock and
husband, Tom of Moscow
Mills, Dante John Bonney
and wife, Debbie of St.
Charles, Dianna Peterson
and husband, Tom of
Winfield, Rachel Loyd of
Mexico and John Loyd of
Mexico; nine greatgrandchildren;
four greatgreat-
grandchildren; three
step-children, Carolyn
Weigel and husband, Bob of
Tucson, Arizona, Gerald
Schuchardt and wife, Irma
of Tucson, Arizona and
Warren Schuchardt of
Texas; 12 stepgrandchildren;
several stepgreat-
grandchildren; and one
sister, Rosemary Rose.
In addition to her
husband, Dr. John A.
Owens, she was preceded in
death by four brothers; one
sister; one son-in-law, Bruce
Loyd; one step-son; and one
step-daughter.
Visitation is from 5-7
p.m. Wednesday at Arnold
Funeral Home. Funeral
services will be held at 10
a.m. Thursday at the funeral
home. Burial will be in Elmwood
Cemetery at a later
date.
Memorial donations may
be made to the Shiloh
Christian Children’s Ranch
or the Central Christian
College in Moberly. Both
may be sent in care of
Arnold Funeral Home, 425
S. Jefferson, Mexico, MO
65265.
Condolences at:
www.arnoldfh.com

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