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Charles Lee Parkhill, 63, of Fremont, Mo., died Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006, at his home.
He was born Dec. 21, 1942, at Van Buren, Mo., son of William Henry and Eunice Madrene Kester Parkhill.
Parkhill was a longtime resident of Carter County. He was formerly of Jackson and retired from Rubbermaid. He had also worked at Florsheim Shoe Co.
Survivors include five brothers, John Parkhill of Ellington, Mo., Kenneth and Bobby Parkhill of Cape Girardeau, Terry Parkhill of Hillsboro, James Parkhill of Sedgewickville, Mo.; three sisters, Margie Allen of Hillsboro, Ethel Bell of Van Buren, and Violet Dietiker of Cape Girardeau.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
The funeral was held Feb. 25 at McSpadden Funeral Home in Van Buren, with the Rev. David Russell officiating. Burial was in Bristol Cemetery near Van Buren.