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Wednesday • July 23, 2014
Man died of gunshot
wound to his neck or
Associated Press
OTTUMWA — The Iowa State
Medical Examiner’s office said
the death of a man who was
found Monday at a rural residence just outside of Ottumwa
will be ruled a homicide.
The director of forensic opera-
William Roach
tions at the coroner’s office in
“Bill” Daniel
Ankeny said the cause of death is
Roach, 66, of
going to be certified as a gunshot
wound of the neck/chest.
Mo., died SatJohn Kraemer said based on
the “circumstances and investi19,
gations,” the death will be conhome.
sidered a homicide.
Born Sept.
The Iowa Division of Crimi17, 1947, in Burnal Investigation said Wapello
lington, he was
County Sheriff’s office deputies
the son of Cecil
found Clinton Gus Leedom, 49,
and Marie Schiunresponsive from a gunshot
edeman Roach.
wound early Monday morning.
On Dec. 31, 1998, he married Rexann Yarolem in Gorin, Mo.
Mr. Roach was a self-employed
livestock farmer.
He graduated in 1965 from Fairfield High School. He and his wife
raised their family in the Memphis
area and moved to St. Patrick to
12:42 a.m.
be near their grandchildren.
He entered the U.S. Army in
400 block of Maple Street. Car 1966, and received two Purple
Hearts, a cluster and other medals
burglary reported at 10:04 p.m.
while serving in Vietnam.
500 block of South Garfield
He was a member of Kahoka,
Avenue. Disorderly conduct re- Mo., Christian Church, Southside
ported at 8:39 p.m.
Boat Club in Keokuk and the
Maple Leaf Center, 904 Maple American Legion at Gorin. He was
St. Disorderly conduct reported a former member of the VFW in
Kahoka, and was a former Iowa
at 7:50 p.m.
FFA state president.
200 block of East Dewey
He enjoyed pool, water race
Street. Theft reported at 7:49 dogs, and showing livestock
county and state fairs. He was a
Van Meter Inc., 2515 Mount Chicago Cubs baseball fan.
Besides his wife, survivors
Pleasant St. Burglary reported
include three sons, William Cecil
at 5:56 p.m.
Roach of Wake Forest, N.C., Dan2100 block of Sunnyside Av- iel Roach of St. Patrick, Mo., and
enue. Burglary reported at 5:35 Dustin Roach of Cedar Rapids;
one daugther, Janna Cline of
1300 block of Jefferson Street. Kahoka; four grandchildren; two
sisters, Sharon Hallett of Mount
Theft reported at 5:28 p.m.
Pleasant and Mary Bagley of Ham
2400 block of West Mount Lake, Minn.; and several nieces
Pleasant Street. Injury acci- and nephews.
He was preceded in death by
dent reported at 5:27 p.m.
400 block of South Leebrick
The funeral for Mr. Roach will
Street. Theft reported at 12:08
be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Wilson
Funeral Home in Kahoka, with
1700 block of Sunnyside Av- the Rev. Jim Campbell officiating.
enue. Theft of vehicles reported Burial with military rites will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery.
at 8:37 a.m.
A memorial has been estab700 block of Terrace Drive.
lished for donor’s choice.
Vandalism reported at 7:37 a.m.
Wilson Funeral Home is in
2400 block of Division Street. charge of arrangements.
Theft of vehicles reported at 7:11
For the Record
Reports are taken directly from
the daily logs of area law
enforcement agencies. Some
agencies do not differentiate
between arrests and citations.
2:18 p.m. Burlington Police
Department. Jesse Edward
Whalen, 39, 1027 Doemland St.:
third-degree harassment.
1:31 p.m. 1930 Des Moines Ave.
Robin Lynn Chew, 46, 633 S.
12th St.: warrant for third-degree theft.
10:28 a.m. 3140-A Agency St. Debra Sue Estrada, 56, 1122 S. 13th
St.: fifth-degree theft.
12:20 a.m. 1100 block of Angular
Street. Shawn Eugene Wilson,
48, 1107 Angular St.: open containers in motor vehicle.
West Burlington
12:44 p.m. 708 Swan St. Cynthia
Renee Pullinger, 22, same address: domestic abuse assault.
Fort Madison
11:40 p.m. 811 Avenue E. Lisa
Rachelle Benefiel, 45, 506 Pear
St., Farmington: first-offense
drunken driving.
Henry County
3:35 p.m. 100 block of South Second Street, Rome. Brandon Lee
Garrells, 37, Rome: domestic
abuse assault causing bodily
Lee County
No time given. Lee County Sheriff’s Office. Carin Ann Ison, 31,
2298 Carbide Lane, Keokuk:
manufacture of methamphetamine more than five grams.
Hancock County, Ill.
No time given. No location given.
David D. Dale, 60, Carthage, Ill.:
driving under the influence.
No time given. No location given. Callie C. Love, 25, Keokuk:
Adams County, Ill., warrant for
failure to appear.
No time given. No location given.
Joseph M.H. Curfman, 22, Keokuk: driving while suspended.
No time given. No location given.
Kelsie J. Perry, 27, Plymouth, Ill.:
driving while suspended.
July 16
No time given. No location given.
Megan L. Wood, 19, West Point,
Ill.: possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 15
No time given. No location given.
Rick D. Lorenz, 54, Keokuk:
Hancock County, Ill., warrant
for failure to appear.
July 14
No time given. No location given.
Cortez M.J. Sturek, 18, La Harpe,
Ill.: theft over $10,000 and criminal damage to property.
Louisa County
12:30 p.m. Louisa County Sheriff’s office. Angela Jeannette
Longcor, 33, 525 N. Chestnut
St., Wapello: third-degree burglary, possession of prescription
drugs and fifth-degree theft.
Crime watch
Reports are taken directly from
the daily logs of area law
enforcement agencies.
LS Hot Rod Shop, 401 S. Leebrick St. Vandalism reported at
Thomas Teesdale Jr.
200 block of Elm Street. Fight
reported at 5:04 p.m.
Hy-Vee, 939 Angular St. Burglary alarm reported at 4:57 p.m.
Circle K, 1012 Maple Street.
Vandalism/criminal mischief
reported at 2:41 p.m.
1600 block of South 14th
Street. Disorderly conduct re- on RAGBRAI.
ported at 2:26 p.m.
Born March 14, 1952, in La
1126 Spring St. Fire reported at Harpe, Ill., he was the son of
2:01 p.m.
Thomas E. and Norma Duhs Tees1100 block of North Ninth dale Sr. In 1980, he married Cathy
Street. Disorderly conducted Jo Dunker.
Mr. Teesdale owned and operreported at 12:53 p.m.
ated TET Cycles since 1976.
He was a prolific bicycle frame
Mi Pueblo Real, 3110 Division builder, responsible for early proSt. Burglary reported at 9:13 duction runs of many key mouna.m.
tain bike developments and many
custom frames.
West Burlington
Over the years, he worked for
Cycle Imports (Cirrus), Fisher
US Cellular, 116-1 W. Agency Mountain Bikes (Mountain Team
Road. Burglary reported at 5:59 1982 to 1989), Marin Team Issue,
Quintana Roo Superform, Brave
Racing Cycles, The Bicycle Group,
Kona, Barracuda, Terry Precision,
Caspian Village, 701 E. Pen- Univega/Lawee, Yokota Halfdome
nington St. Fight reported at 93, Giordano Jaguarundi, Dean.
8:05 p.m.
USA, Pterocycles. Dirt Research,
Norway and Schlick Cycles.
He built the Joe MurrayStaples, 104 Agency Road. Bur- designed Voodoo Canzo unified
glary reported at 9:33 p.m.
rear suspension bicycle frame,
and the Jamis Fire Dragon (853)
and the Dragon Fly for Aermet.
Caspian Village, 701 PenningHis work was displayed at the Chiton St. Burglary reported at
cago Bicycle Show. He also built a
7:25 a.m.
frame for Bob Weir of the Grateful
Des Moines County
He grew up in Niota, Ill., and
graduated in 1970 as class valedic8700 block of Stony Hollow torian from Nauvoo/Colusa High
Road. Theft reported at 2:33 School. He graduated with honors
from Western Illinois University
with a degree in mathematics and
Fort Madison
a minor in physics.
Besides his wife, survivors
2000 block of Avenue H. Hit and include his mother of rural Niota;
run reported at 10:33 p.m.
four sons, John Teesdale of River1300 block of Avenue J. Theft side, Matthew Teesdale of Niota,
Andrew Teesdale of West Branch
reported at 7:55 p.m.
and Jacob Teesdale of Marion;
2600 block of Avenue H. Theft one daughter, Kate Teesdale of
reported at 2:48 p.m.
Cedar Rapids; two grandchildren;
300 block of Avenue E. Bur- one sister, Cathy Smith of Omaha,
Neb.; and one nephew.
glary reported at 2:41 p.m.
He was preceded in death by
Henry County
his father.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8
300 block of South Second p.m. Thursday at Banks and Beals
Street, Rome. Vandalism re- Funeral Home in Dallas City, Ill.
ported at 10:29 p.m.
The graveside service for Mr.
700 block of West Iowa 78, Teesdale will be at 11 a.m. Friday
Winfield. Burglary reported at in Myers Cemetery near Niota,
with Ron Leonard officiating.
7:26 p.m.
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Geraldine Spicer
John Richard Adair, 71, of
Kirkwood, Ill.,
died at 12:02
p.m. Sunday,
July 20, 2014,
at Seminary
Manor in Galesburg, Ill.
Born April
14, 1943, in Burlington, he was
the son of W.C.
“Bud” and Mildred McConnell Adair. On Feb. 11,
1968, he married Joyce Ann Dixon
in Biggsville, Ill.
Mr. Adair farmed the fourgeneration family farm, retiring
in 2005. He lived his entire life in
Henderson County, Ill., graduated
from Union High School in 1961.
He served in the Iowa Reserves.
He was a member of Rozetta, Ill.,
Baptist Church. He also was a
member of Henderson County Fair
Board and was involved in the BiCounty Cattleman’s Association.
He enjoyed woodworking.
Survivors include his wife; one
daughter, Johanna Defenbaugh of
Kirkwood; two grandchildren; his
father of Kirkwood; two sisters,
Mary Walters of Monmouth, Ill.,
and Becky Dowell of Stronghurst,
Ill.; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his
mother and one brother.
Visitation will be from 3 to 7 p.m.
today at Rozetta Baptist Church,
where family will receive friends
from 5 to 7 p.m.
The funeral for Mr. Adair will
be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Rozetta
Baptist Church.
Memorials have been established for Rozetta Baptist Church
and Tri-County Cattleman’s Association Scholarship Fund.
McGuire and Davies Funeral
Home and Crematory, Monmouth,
is in charge of arrangements.
Geraldine F. “Gerry” Spicer, 83,
of Monmouth, Ill., died at 9:35 a.m.
Sunday, July 20, 2014, at her home.
Born Oct. 23, 1930, in Gilson,
Ill., she was the daughter of Harley
H. and Pauline J. Francis McCoy.
She was married to Leland “Lee”
Mrs. Spicer taught from 1970 to
1987, at Orchard Hill Farm School.
She grew up in Warren County,
Ill., where she attended rural
schools and graduated from Monmouth High School in 1948. She
attended Whitworth College in
Brookhaven, Miss., and earned a
teaching certificate from Shurttleff College in Alton, Ill.
She was a member of Faith
United Presbyterian Church in
Monmouth, and PEO Chapter E
and OGM. She and her husband
were active in WBCCI Wally Byum
Caravan Club International.
She was an Cubs fan. She also
enjoyed bridge and was a member
of many bridge clubs.
Survivors include two sons,
Rodney Spicer of Kansas City,
Mo., and Ray Spicer of Monmouth;
one daughter, Julia Spicer of Minneapolis; four grandchildren;
seven great-grandchildren; two
sisters, Josephine Menely of Fullerton, Calif., and Margery Nash of
Santa Ana, Calif.; and one brother,
Myron McCoy of Knoxville, Ill.
She was preceded in death by Merle Hasenclever
her husband, one son and her parents.
Merle HasenThe memorial service for Mrs.
clever, 95, of
Spicer will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at
Faith United Presbyterian Church
Iowa, died at
in Monmouth. Fellowship will be
8:45 p.m. Satafter the service in the church
urday July, 19,
social hall.
2014, at The
A memorial is being estabMadison in Fort
lished for Faith United PresbyteMadison.
rian Church.
Born May 17, 1919, near New
Turnbull Funeral Home, Mon- London, he was the son of Francis
mouth, is in charge of arrange- and Mary Hasenclever. On Oct.
8, 1944, he married Betsey Anne
Mr. Hasenclever managed the
Phoebe Daw
family farm near Denmark for
Phoebe L. Daw, 90, of Kahoka, more than 50 years.
He graduated from DenMo., died Tuesday, July 22, 2014,
at Clark County Nursing Home in mark Academy High School and
attended Iowa State University.
He served on the Lee County
Survivors include three sons,
James Daw of Montrose, John Zoning Commission, served on
Daw Jr. of Farmington and Colin the Denmark School Board, was
“Spike” Daw of Alexandria, Mo; a member of the Penn City Singers
and two daughters, Jean Pezley of and Lions Club. Mr Hasenclever
Kahoka and Kay Williams of Han- was a lifelong member of Denmark
Congregational United Church of
nibal, Mo.
Visitation will be from noon to Christ, where he was the oldest
8 p.m. Thursday at Wilson Funeral living deacon, as well as trustee,
Home in Kahoka, where family Sunday school teacher, and choir
will receive friends from 6 to 8 member.
Besides his wife, survivors
The funeral for Ms. Daw, will be include three daughters: Franat 10 a.m. Friday at Wilson Funeral ces Smith of Houston, Miriam
Home, with Pastor Charles Ham- Hasenclever of Columbia, Mo.,
mack officiating. Burial will be in and Rebecca Hasenclever Saice of
Waterloo; three grandchildren; one
Athens Cemetery.
great-granddaughter; and nieces
and nephews.
Dan Borislow,
He was preceded in death by his
magicJack inventor parents and one brother.
Visitation will be from 6 to 7 p.m.
Thursday at Barr Memorial Chapel
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in Fort Madison.
The funeral for Mr. HasencDan Borislow, the inventor
of magicJack and a pioneer in lever will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at
developing phone calls over the Denmark Congregational United
Internet, died Monday in West Church of Christ, with the Rev.
Chad Savage officiating. Burial will
Palm Beach, Fla., officials at the be in Denmark Cemetery.
company he founded said. He
A memorial has been estabwas 52.
lished for Denmark CongregaA spokeswoman for Magic- tional United Church of Christ and
Jack Vocaltec Ltd., said he died Juvenile Diabetes Association.
of a heart attack.
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Palm Beach and Netanya, Israel,
became known widely through
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Thomas E.
Teesdale Jr., 62,
of West Branch
died at 12:10
p.m. Monday,
July 21, 2014, in
Em metsbu rg
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Edwin Summers
Edwin Gene
Summers, 86,
of Hamilton,
Ill., died Friday,
April 11, 2014
at 1:50 p.m. at
the Montebello
Center in Ham-
Born Sept. 27, 1927, in Sanora
Township, Ill., he was the son of
Henry A. and Villettle M. Schilson
Summers. In 1953, he married Dorothy L. Jones in Keokuk.
Mr. Summers was a construction
supervisor for Jim McMahon’s Best
Construction and Carl A. Nelson
Constuction. He was a 1945 graduate of Hamilton High School. He
enjoyed watching local sports and
Chicago Cubs baseball.
Besides his wife, survivors
include two sons, Doug Summers
and Hank Summers, both of Hamilton; five grandchildren; three sisters, Ruth Fisher and Lois Walkers,
both of Hamilton, and Mary Schultz
of Fort Madison; and several nieces
and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, one son, one sister, and one
A memorial service for Mr.
Summers will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Oak Grove Cemetery, rural
Hamilton. Cremation rites have be
A memorial has been established
in his memory.
Lamporte-St. Clair Funeral
Homes of Hamilton is in charge of
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Catina Renea
Frantz, 40,
will be held
in Prugh’s
at 4:00 p.m. Pastor Bill Willis
will officiate. Friends may call
at Prugh’s after 8:00 a.m. this
morning. The family will receive
friends at Prugh’s one hour prior
to the service. A memorial has
been established for her children’s education.
Edwin Minard
for Edwin
E. Minard,
88, who
July 21,
2014, at
his home
in Burlington, Iowa will be
held in Prugh’s Chapel Friday,
August 1, 2014, at 10:30 a.m.
His son, Ed Minard will officiate.
Military rites will be conducted
by Burlington Area Veterans
Honor Guard. As per Edwin’s
wishes, cremation has been
entrusted to the loving care of
Prugh Funeral Service. Following the memorial service,
a light luncheon will be held. A
memorial has been established
in his name.
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Ottumwa-area death ruled
a homicide by examiner