Friday, January 14, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at Waters Funeral Chapel, 500 S. Main Street in Vandalia, Missouri 63382.
Officiating will be: Rev. Dr. Kenneth G. Jarvis.
Music provided by: selected favorite hymns.
Interment will be in the Vandalia Cemetery.
Pallbearers: Clemma's great-grandchildren will serve as pallbearers and honorary pallbearers: Michael A. Campbell, Shelly L. Levengood, Ashley L. Campbell, Tiffany D. Campbell, Kelsey Campbell, Dustin C. Campbell, Ryan Eskew, Justin Eskew, Jordan Eskew, Corrie Gaston, Cale Utterback, Sarah McDannold, Andrew McDannold, Kassi N. Barclay, Tray C. DeTienne, Trenton S. DeTienne, Kristopher R. Campbell and Kaleb S. Campbell.
Clemma Lee (Cox) Kisor passed away at 6:19 p.m. on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at the Audrain Medical Center in Mexico, Missouri. She attended area country schools and lived most of her adult in the Vandalia area. Clemma was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Vandalia for 66 years. She had worked at the Ely Walker Garment Factory in Vandalia, the shoe factory and glove factory. Clemma had also been an Avon representative for many years. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, quilting, gardening and playing cards. After she and Willard moved to town from the farm, she enjoyed traveling across the country.
Born: May 6, 1912 in rural Lincoln County, Missouri the daughter of Otis Lee and Myrtle May (Henry) Cox.
Married: Willard Ray Kisor in Curryville, Missouri on September 8, 1928; he preceded her in death on November 8, 2008.
Survivors include: two daughters, Clementine Utterback of Vandalia; Virginia R. and husband, Richard See of rural Vandalia; eight grandchildren: Brenda A. Eskew of rural Middletown; Robert L. Utterback and Beverly K. McConnell both of Middletown; Krystal J. DeTienne of Vandalia; Kevin A. Campbell of Spring Hill, Kansas and Kyle R. Campbell of Perry; Meredith Kuda of Perry; Michelle Graves of Columbia; 24 great-grandchildren and 18 great-great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by: husband, Willard; one brother, Otis Henry Cox and one sister, Nellie E. Williams.
Memorials are encouraged to the First Presbyterian Church in Vandalia, Missouri.