Yuma County, Colorado
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Adelman Ephraim Tabor and Nancy Ann (Bullard) Tabor , 1 South 42 WestNancy was born April 13, 1858, married Adelman January 12, 1890, and Died Oct 14, 1940.
Nancy proved up 160 acres in 6, 1S 42W in 1893, next to Wm. L. Willis, also 1893.
John William Banks, Jr., 84, of Kansas City, MO, died Thursday, April 4, 2002, in his home. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Friday, April 12, at D.W. Newcomer's Sons White Chapel, Gladstone, Missouri. A memorial service will be 10 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Highlands Community of Christ Church, 7615 N. Platte Purchase Dr., Kansas City, Missouri. The family suggests contributions be made to the Community of Christ Church or the Parkinson's Foundation. Mr. Banks was born on March 17, 1918, in Towanda, Kansas. He grew up in Warrensburg, MO, and graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Central Missouri State University, later receiving a Master's at the University of Northern Iowa. As a young man, John spent 14 years as a full-time minister for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He continued to provide lay ministry as a High Priest and Evangelist in the RLDS Church until 1998. He began teaching high school business education classes in 1957, moving to a career in teaching at Maple Woods Community College in 1969. He retired from a fulfilling 32-year teaching career in 1988.
He married Corinne Tabor in 1947, remaining married to her until her death in 1981. He is survived by three children from that marriage, Deborah Cimminello, John T. Banks and Carolyn Ettinger, their spouses, Lou Cimminello and David Ettinger, and four grandchildren, Amy Cimminello, Jill Cimminello, Joshua Ettinger and Jennifer Ettinger.
In 1983, he married Clora Baltz and welcomed her adult children into the family. He is survived by his wife, Clora, her children, David Baltz and Loree' Clark, their spouses, Carol Baltz and Merrill Clark, six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. His life is a testimony to his strongly held belief that service to his fellow man is the greatest gift he could give to God. He is dearly loved. We will miss him
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