Obituary Pearl B (White) Pease,
Farber, Missouri, 30 Aug 1980
Vandalia Leader, Audrain County, Vandalia, Missouri, 4 September 1980 Mrs. Cecil Pease. Funeral services for Mrs. Cecil D. Pease, Farber, were held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church. Officiating was the Rev. Ralph Adamson with the Rev. H. Carl Swiney assisting. Burial was in the Farber Cemetery. Music was provided by Robert Evans, soloist, and Mrs. Rennie Davis, organist. Serving as pallbearers were Paul Scherder, James Pease, Darwin Pease, Randy Pease, George Clossin and Sal Dolce. Honary pallbearers included Dennis Pease, Leonard Scherder Jr., Sam McCollum, Claudie Cook, Charles McCollum, Bob McCollum, Harold Scherff and Alvin Fowler. Mrs. Pease died at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Boone County Hospital, Columbia, following an illness of several months duration. A life long resident of this community, Pearle B. White was born Oct. 1, 1896, the daughter of Douglas E. and Drucilla Gray White. She was educated in Prairie Mound School, and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. On Dec. 22, 1915 she was married to Cecil Dewey Pease of Vandalia and he survives. Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Randal (Anna Mae) Erb, Farber, Bettye Jean Scherder, Bowling Green; two sons John Raymond Pease and George Marion Pease, Vandalia; nine grandchildren, Mrs. George (Judy) Clossin, Knob Noster; Dennis Pease, Austin, Tex.; Jayne Scherder, Shawnee, Kans.; Leonard Scherder, Jr. Overland Park, Kans.; Paul Scherder, Anna Maria Scherder, Nancy Scherder, Bowling Green; Jimmy Pease and Kenny Pease, Vandalia; several nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents, five sisters, Effie, Ruth, Grace, Ann and Mary Elizabeth, and one brother, Lee, and an infant son, Russell.