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   Tottie Ford, age 54, of Lamar, Missouri died unexpectedly Sunday, October 19, 2014.

   Tottie was born March 5, 1960 at Martinez, CA to Floyd Dennis Clark and Naomi Lavonne (McConaughey) Clark.  On July 8, 2014 she married Robert Gene Lawrence Sr. at Lamar. She worked as Dietary Manager for Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Lockwood, MO.  She enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, and looking for arrow heads. 

   Tottie leaves behind one son, Joseph Rowell of Lamar, MO; three daughters, Lisa Claybough of Lamar, Amanda Stevens of Burges, MO, and Tina Haines of Springfield, Missouri; two step-sons, Robert (Brandi) Lawrence Jr., of Lamar, and Robert Voyles of Pontotoc, MS; two step-daughters, Carli Moore of Lamar, and Jennifer (Tito) Fernandez of Maui, HI; two brothers, Don (Linda) McConaughey of Liberal, MO and Billy Wayne (Kim) Clark of Carl Junction, Missouri; two sisters, Linda  (Don) Volkman of Lamar, and Lena (Neil) Winters of Onalaska, Washington; 20 grandchildren; ten step-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren.

  Preceding her in death were her parents, an infant son, Keith Rowell, and a daughter, Marsha Ford in 2006.

  Funeral service will be 1:00 pm Friday, October 24, 2014 at Daniel Funeral Home Chapel.

   The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 7:00 pm Thursday at the funeral home.

   Contributions are suggested to Tottie’s family in care of Daniel Funeral Home.


 

Comments  

#4 Charles Kinsey 2014-10-23 12:21
Tottie was a great friend Allie and pal at Thorco and I am so glad to have known her and as fate would have it one of the last people I saw before leaving Lamar where she gave me a hug and her smile .
#3 Carl Junction, MOHaileyWiktorek 2014-10-23 08:13
My heart goes out to you and our family at this difficult time love ya!
#2 Mandan North Dakota (from Jerico Springs Mo)Emily White-Kriebs 2014-10-22 07:01
So sorry to hear about the loss of Tottie. I will be holding her family up in prayer. Tottie was one of my dearest friends when I was living in Missouri. We met at Thorco but we spent a lot of time together before I moved away. We shared laughter and we shared tears. She tried to help me through some tough times in my life. She was always there for me. We lost touch over the years after I moved away but in my heart she has always been my friend... some people... when they touch our lives...will leave an impact on our hearts. Tottie Ford did that to me... I will never forget her.
#1 Jeanie Harrison 2014-10-20 12:18
I send my sincerest sympathies to Tottie's entire family. She was such a sweet and kind person. She always treated me with respect and kindness everytime I saw her. I will miss seeing that smiling face of hers. God Bless you all. I send prayers to you all that you find some comfort and peace with you all. Jeanie

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