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SCOPUS, Mo. -- Charles Everett James Dry was stillborn Sunday, Nov. 27, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.
He was the son of Tony and Tiffany Garland Dry of Scopus.
Survivors include his parents; maternal grandparents Mike and Becky Garland of Scopus; paternal grandparents David Dry of Cape Girardeau, Dawn Grammer of Oak Ridge; maternal great-grandparents Bessie Welker of Marble Hill, Mo., Dave and Shirley Evans of St. Louis; paternal great-grandmothers Goldie Dry of Glenallen, Mo., and Dorothy Johnston of Jackson.
Graveside service was held Monday at James Cemetery in Scopus. The Rev. Micah Bristow officiated.
Hutchings Funeral Chapel at Marble Hill was in charge of arrangements.