Clarence Terry Wakefield

Terry Wakefield

age 57, of Mineral Point, Missouri

passed away Wednesday, August 27, 2014.

He is survived by:

Loving wife, Tammy Wakefield

Son, Steven Wakefield


Tina Wakefield, Jennifer Wakefield and Holly Owens (Mario) Wright


Roger (Donna) Wakefield

Jason (Belinda) Wakefield


Barbara Johnson, Cheryl (Ricky) Allen, Sandy Lanny and Cindy (Mury) Fisher

Eight Grandchildren

First Visitation

Friday, August 29, 2014

from 4:30-8:00 PM

at the DeClue Funeral Home

Second Visitation

Saturday, August 30, 2014

from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

Funeral Service

Saturday, August 30, 2014

1:00 PM

DeClue Memorial Chapel


Grassy Hollow Cemetery

  Terrrence "Terry" Wilson

Terry Wilson

age 70, of Grayson, Georgia formerly of Potosi, Missouri

passed away March 6, 2014

He is survived by:

Beloved wife, Judy (Coleman) Wilson

Two Sons:

John Scott Wilson 

Dustin Martin Wilson

Three Grandchildren: Nicholas Wilson, Madison Wilson and Annie Wilson

Two Sisters: Meredith Ellen Platt and Beverly Ann Thurston

Celebration of Life


Sunday, August 31, 2014

From 11:30 AM-3:00 PM

DeClue Funeral Home


St. Joachim Catholic Cemetery 

Larry Middleton

age 57 of St. Louis, Missouri

passed away August 23, 2014

He is survived by:

Wife, Donna Middleton

Mother, Anna Mae Middleton

Two Daughters:

Kimberly Middleton and Wendy Middleton

Three Grandchildren:

Autumn Cross, Haille Carpenter and Alexandria Sykes

Graveside Service

Saturday, August 30, 2014

3:00 PM

Redbud Memorial Gardens


 We at DeClue Family Funeral Home take great pride in the services we provide to the families who have trusted in our funeral home since its beginnings in the early 1930's. We strive to be the most innovative funeral provider in Washington County and surrounding counties.

Each of our staff members strongly believe that we were called into this profession for a purpose. We know that God has ordained each one of our staff to carry out a professional faith centered duty. Each of our team members are dedicated to providing excellence and compassion to the families we serve.

We also believe that a funeral home should be more than just a place to gather for a visitation or a funeral. At DeClue Family Funeral Home we believe it should be a place where your family can find comfort and peace of mind. We have designed our facilities around this concept.

We are confident that when a family enters our establishment they will see and feel that warmth of both our facility and staff. 

We are a Proud member of the following associations:




National Funeral Directors Association and Missouri Funeral Directors Association



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