Bruce G. Thompson - 77
1/23/1941 - 6/6/2018
Clinton, IA

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John C. Dunmore - 62

9/8/1955 - 5/29/2018
Clinton, Iowa John Carleton Dunmore, age 62 of Clinton, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at his home. A Mass in his honor will be held at 9:30 am on July 14, 2018at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Clinton, IA. Immediately following the Mass that morning, a reception will be held at the Erickson Center from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm to celebrate John's life. The Pape Funeral Home is assisting the family. John was born September 8, 1955 in Clinton, Iowa. He was the eldest child of John (Jack) Dunmore and Joan Carleton Dunmore. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and Prince of Peace Parish in Clinton. He attended grade school at St. Patrick's School through the 8th grade, then Washington Junior High School and on to graduate from Clinton High School in 1973. John attended Clinton Community College, majoring in math, including calculus and advanced statistics. He went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Northern Iowa, graduating in 1979. John was employed by the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department for 45 years and kept score for over 20,000 games of various sports for both youth and adult leagues. He worked at the Erickson Center and at various other locations around Clinton. John was well loved and respected by everyone who knew him and worked with him. He had a gift of never forgetting a name after he met someone. John was an avid fan of anything sports related. He followed his alma mater, The University of Northern Iowa Panthers, as well as the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones. He was also a lifetime Chicago Cubs, Bears and Bulls fan and had an excellent memory when it came to remembering game scores and players' stats. John also enjoyed regularly attending local games for the Clinton River Kings and the Prince of Peace Irish and enjoyed attending the Clinton Lumberkings baseball games. John loved attending all of his family's gatherings and events and spending time with his friends and co-workers. John is survived by two brothers; Bill, Camanche, IA, and Tom (Sandy) Freeport, IL; three sisters; Helen (Tony) Gonzales, Moline, IL, Sandy (Byron) Stowe, Port Byron, IL and Michelle Dunmore, Madison, WI. and numerous nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews. John was preceded in death by both of his parents and a brother, Mark Dunmore.

Larry J. Comstock - 71

9/26/1946 - 5/21/2018
Clinton, Iowa Larry J. Comstock age 71 of Clinton, passed away Monday May 21, 2018 at Mercy Medical Center North. Cremation rites have been accorded. Visitation will be held Thursday May 24th 4 – 7 PM at the Pape Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left Larry was born on Sept. 26, 1946 in Clinton, the son of Harry and Minnie (Lohse) Comstock. While working at Jim Walter Windows he met Beverly Geltz. They were married on Nov. 30 1974 in Clinton. Larry retired from the former 7th Avenue (Colony Brands) as a forklift operator. He enjoyed bowling, drag racing, was a car enthusiast, and an avid L.A. Dodgers fan. Larry is survived by his wife, Beverly Comstock of Clinton; two children, Larry Joe (Kelly) Comstock of Davenport and Amanda Comstock of Clinton; a grandson, Samuel John Comstock; a brother, David Comstock of Clinton; and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, and two sisters.

Robert M. Riedesel - 74

11/2/1943 - 5/17/2018
Clinton, IA Robert M. Riedesel age 74 of Clinton, passed away Thursday May 17, 2018 at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City surrounded by his family. Cremation rites have been accorded. A private family memorial service will be held Tuesday at the Pape Funeral Home, Clinton. Online condolences may be left at Robert was born on Nov. 2, 1943 in Clarence, IA, the son of Melvin and Evelyn (Behrend) Riedesel. He was a baptized Jehovah's Witness. He married Ronna Kyarsgaard on Oct. 12, 1963 in Dubuque. Robert worked for the Iowa American Water Company for over 34 years. He enjoyed playing guitar, music, singing, riding motorcycles, gardening, camping, his daily rides with his wife, Ronna, and his dog, Jake. He loved visiting with his friends at the Hy-Vee coffee club. Robert is survived by his wife, Ronna Riedesel of Clinton; two children, Brian Riedesel of Clinton and Lisa (Dana) Jewell of Clinton; his grandson, Aaron Jewell; his great grandson, Owen Jewell; a brother, LeRoy (Barb) Riedesel of Clarence, IA; a sister, Mary (Dan) Levsen of Clarence, IA; his aunt, Arlene Hines of Clarence, IA; and several nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Family and friends will miss Bob dearly.

Dylan James "Pickles" Cole aka: Bullseye - 19

9/12/1998 - 5/17/2018
Clinton, Iowa Dylan James "Pickles" Cole aka: Bullseye age 19 of Clinton, IA, passed away May 17th, 2018 in Clinton, IA. Visitation will be held Saturday, May 26th from 5–8 PM at the Hells Our Home Clubhouse, 110 Main Ave in Clinton, IA. Sunday, May 27th at 12:00 PM, the family would like to invite any and all of those who ride motorcycles to meet at the clubhouse to take Bullseye on his "Last Ride" to Cottonwood Cemetery near Fulton, IL where graveside services will be held. The Pape Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences may be left at Dylan was born on Sept. 12, 1998 at the US Army Hospital Wuerzburg, Germany, the son of Randy “What” Cole, Wendy (Drury) Struxness, and Troy Berg. Throughout Dylan's battle with Duchenne, he was an avid fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association; always remembering the courageous young boys who have fought and died from this disease. Dylan spent many summers for "The Best Week of the Year" at Camp Courage in Maple Lake, MN. He was a strong patriot who loved the US military and its veterans. Bullseye was a member of the Hells Our Home Motorcycle Club in Clinton, IA. Pickles was a loving brother to his sisters and enjoyed being an uncle to his nieces and nephews. One of the highlights in his life was spending time in "The Hollar" with his best friend Will Brossard. Dylan454545 enjoyed playing video games with all of his online friends, working on motorcycles with his father, and was an avid history buff. Dylan is survived by his beloved parents, Randy “What” Cole of Clinton, IA, Wendy Struxness and Troy Berg of West Fargo, ND; his two sisters, Cheyenne Cole of West Fargo, ND and Marissa Long of Clinton, IA; his sponsor Stoney and all of his brothers from Hells Our Home Motorcycle Club; grandparents, Toni Cole of Clinton, IA, Bruce and Mazie Angus of Coal Valley, IL, Ross and Kim Drury of Lake in the Hills, IL, Keith and Linda Berg of Hatton, ND, as well as his aunts, uncles, and family. He was preceded in death by his uncle, Mark Ferguson; cousins, Aeron Ferguson and Austin Watkins; and his grandfather, Junior Cole.

Naomi R. Sheldon - 72

7/6/1945 - 5/15/2018
Waterloo, IA Naomi R. Sheldon age 72 of Waterloo, IA, passed away Monday May 15, 2018 at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. Cremation rites have been accorded. Burial will be at a later date. Pape Funeral Home, Clinton is assisting the family. Online condolences may be left at Naomi was born on July 6, 1945 in Tupelo, MS, the daughter of Troy and Ruth (Strickland) Barnes. She worked as a nurses aid at nursing homes for many years. Naomi is survived by her three children, Troy (Susan) Sheldon of Cambridge, IL, John (Julie) Sheldon of Erie, IL, and Faye (Ty) Dyson of Thomson, IL; 5 grandchildren and a great granddaughter; and a sister, Barbara Jean Groene of Memphis, TN.

Carol J. Jewell - 57

10/5/1960 - 5/13/2018
Clinton, IA Carol J. Jewell age 57 of Clinton, passed away Sunday May 13, 2018 at Mercy Medical Center North. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, May 19th at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Visitation will be held Friday 4-8 PM at the Pape Funeral Home and from 12:00 noon until the service time Saturday at the church. Burial will be at Clinton Lawn Cemetery. Casket bearers will be Jimmy Paysen, Cooper Jacks, Tanner Bollon, Dana Jewell, Aaron Jewell, and Jacob Nelson. Carol was born on Oct. 5, 1960 in Clinton, the daughter of Raymond and Marilyn (Long) Jacks. She graduated from Camanche High School in 1979, where she was a bass drummer for the high school marching band. She married Jody Jewell on May 7, 1988 in Camanche. While in high school Carol worked at Koop’s Market. Following her graduation she worked in customer service at K-mart for over 20 years, Lyons Middle School and was presently employed at Hy Vee. She previously belonged to the former Lutheran Church of Atonement and New Hope Lutheran Church and is a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Carol enjoyed crocheting, ceramics, cross stitching and making fleece blankets. She loved spending time with her family, following all their activities, going to plays, bowling with her husband, sitting around the fire pit, taking walks with her dog Domino and was an active member of Eve Circle. She taught Sunday school and attended Bible study. Carol was an avid Green Bay Packer fan. She enjoyed going to Lumberking and Mallard games and following the Cubs. Carol was a selfless person who put others’ needs ahead of her own, dedicating herself to supporting and loving all those around her. Carol is survived by her husband, Jody; a daughter, Kaitlin (Tanner Bollon) Jewell of Clinton; a sister, Debra (Jim) Weston of Eldridge; a brother, Ronald (Rose) Jacks of Waverly, IA and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Isaiah Timothy Jenkin - 0

5/9/2018 - 5/9/2018
Clinton, Iowa Baby Isaiah Timothy Jenkin, 18 week fetus of Heather Lewison and Timothy Jenkin of Clinton, passed away Wednesday May 9, 2018 at Unity Point Trinity Medical Center in Bettendorf. A gathering of friends and family will be held 10 AM – 11 AM Saturday May 12th at the Pape Funeral Home, Clinton. Online condolences may be left at Isaiah is survived by his parents, Heather Lewison and Timothy Jenkin; three brothers, Isaac and Forest Jenkin and James Paysen; sister, Aurora Lewison; grandparents, Paul and Jackie Jenkin; and his aunts, Brenda Jenkin, Tamara Butz, and Mychelle Randall. He was preceded in death by his grandparents and a brother, Grayson.

Ruth L. Eversoll - 89

2/15/1929 - 5/7/2018
Coralville, IA Ruth Lillian Eversoll passed away on Monday, May 7, 2018, at the age of 89, at Lantern Park Nursing Home in Coralville, Iowa. Cremation rites have been accorded. Private family memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, May 26th at the Pape Funeral Home, Clinton, Iowa. Burial will be at Clinton Lawn Cemetery. Online condolences may be left at Ruth was born on Feburary 15, 1929, the daughter of Frederich and Lillie (Soenkson) Herbener. She attended rural schools in the Calamus-Wheatland area until her family moved to Clinton. Ruth graduated from Clinton High School in 1947. She continued her education at Jane Lamb Nursing School receiving a degree of Registered Nurse. Ruth married William Eversoll on March 18, 1951 welcoming two daughters, Martha and Nancy, during their marriage. She was a member of the former Saint Stephens Lutheran Church. Ruth was an avid reader, especially of nutrition and self-help books. She spent many happy hours riding her bike, playing tennis, listening to her radio, and tending her flower gardens. Ruth is survived by her two daughters, Martha (Terry Selim) Holm of Boone, Iowa and Nancy (Jeffery) Saionz of Clinton, Iowa; four grandchildren: Sarah, Jon, Michael (Jesse), and Rebecca (Matt); and five great grandchildren: Carter, Tinley, Wrigley, Everett and Eleanor. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.

Cody J. Richardson - 20

2/27/1998 - 5/6/2018
Camanche, Iowa Cody J. Richardson age 20 of Camanche, IA passed away Sunday May 6, 2018 from an automobile accident in Seward County, Nebraska. Cremation rites have been accorded. A gathering of friends and family will be held 4-7p.m. Sat. May 19th at the Pape Funeral home, Clinton. Online condolences may be left at Pape Funeral Home - Clinton, IA Cody was born Feb.27, 1998 in Mount Clemens, MI., the son of Tim and Miranda Richardson. Cody is survived by his parents, Tim and Miranda Richardson, his brother, Devin "Vinny" Richardson and his sister, Jade Richardson, all of St. Clair, MI; his girlfriend, Hollie Lind of Camanche, IA.; his grandparents, Mickey and Renee Wylemski, Juls Mieners, NaNa Sandra Froh; several aunts & uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Bear Richardson. Cody attended school in Clinton, Ia. where he graduated in 2016. Cody played football for 7yrs, enjoyed culinary and welding class, treasured friendships created along the way and held close, those he called "Brother" today. His hobbies included shooting pool, gaming and riding his motorcycle. Cody's first job in 2013 was at Culver's where he demonstrated an exemplary work ethic for 3yrs. He displayed discipline, hard work and was ALWAYS on time (Ok...except that one time his Mom gave him Nyquil and he was ONE time, people!) His pleasant disposition and honorable character molded a bond of new friendships with his co-workers as well. During Cody's first year of employment was when he met his hearts match, Hollie Lind in 2014. (He was on the clock, but exceptions were made) They're undeniable love and devotion for each other was easily perceived, as words didn't require the validation. Cody loved Hollie with his whole heart- and we're all aware how big that was! Cody then went on to work at the Wild Rose Casino as a cook manager then to his recent job; Clausen Warehousing-Lyondell as fire watch. He effortlessly made responsibility a priority and his love for family and friends a reason. As our son and 1st born, we love him every second of everyday and couldn't be more proud of the person he was. Cody strived to please and was never short of just that. Watching him grow and evolve into the wonderful he truly was and has been more rewarding than we could ever fathom. He inspired us to be better parents, better people, and he made the world a better place to be in. Cody paved the way for his brother and sister, delicately unveiling this extraordinary life for them (at the small cost of "First Born trial kid"...Hey, those are the breaks!) Cody was always first to help, first to give and always said "I love you". Our most compelling result he gave: No regrets. Cody's brother, Vinny and sister, Jade were his inspiration, comfort and world. He always put them first. By cheering Vinny on as his biggest fan and enduring his relentless humor to shutting off Jade's light at night-(or buckling her seatbelt, or bringing her a polar pop, or...there's not enough room on this paper)- Cody took pleasure in it all. Including the unbreakable bond of love he shared with his first, two very best friends! Cody was attentive to everyone he encountered. Embracing his grandparents lessons and wisdom, his aunts' undeniable love and presence, his uncles' guidance and unity, his cousins he grew up alongside with and being a superhero in the hearts of his younger ones. His cape couldn't fly any bigger! Cody's soft eyes, infectious smile and embrace that made you feel like the only one -has branded us forever. So many lives touched and moments shared simply can't be justified in one column. We will always want Cody here; however his memory will live on within us infinitely. We were so very blessed to have 20 years of such a remarkable, breathtaking, loving and beautiful human being.........than not at all! ALWAYS BLESSINGS, NEVER LOSSES.

Susan L. Selser - 49

9/28/1968 - 5/6/2018
Clinton, Iowa Susan L. Selser age 49 of Clinton passed away Sunday, May 6, 2018 from injuries received in a car accident in Seward County, Nebraska. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 8:00 PM Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Pape Funeral Home. Cremation rites will follow the visitation with burial at a later date. A celebration of Susan’s life will take place from 2:00 to 6:00 PM Sunday, May 13th at the Church of the Open Door. Casual Hawkeye and Cub attire will be welcomed. Susan was born in Clinton on September 28, 1968, the daughter of Sue Sterbenz and Paul Dykstra. She graduated from Lincoln High School in 1988. Susan was employed as a supervisor with the Wild Rose Casino. She had previously been employed at Sunrise Family Restaurant in Fulton. Susan’s life revolved around her family and friends, especially spending time with her grandchildren. She enjoyed going on walks and following the Iowa Hawkeyes and was an avid Chicago Cubs fan. Susan is survived by two daughters; Hope (Shane) Lathrop and Madison Selser-Smith both of Clinton; three grandchildren, Brad, Kaitlyn and Connor; her parents, Paul and Sue Dykstra of Clinton; two brothers, Paul (Mindy) Sterbenz of West Liberty, Iowa and Ed Selser of Castle Rock, CO and two sisters Tammy Pruitt (John) and Michelle Kenworthy all of Judsonia, AR. She was preceded in death by her grandparents and an Aunt, Bev Schroeder.

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