Jessie Mae SLOAN
January 20, 1935 ~ July 26, 2010
Mrs. Jessie Mae Sloan passed away late Monday morning, July 26, 2010, at the Community Manor Nursing Home, in Farmington, at the age of 75 years, 6 months and 6 days. Jessie was born on January 20, 1935, in Thayer, Missouri, and was the daughter of Clifton T. Douglas and Ida Faye 'Wallace' Douglas. Also preceding-in-death was a brother, Leonard Douglas.
Jessie was a longtime, faithful member of Memorial United Methodist Church of Farmington. She was a retired Payroll Clerk from Trimfoot Shoe Company in Farmington. Jessie was a member of: * Chapter #430 of the Order of the Eastern Star and a member of * LePere-McCallister American Legion Post #416 Ladie's Auxiliary of Farmington.
Survivors Include: her husband, Tom Sloan; 1 daughter, Camilla "Cami" Sloan and 1 son, Jere Scott Sloan, all of Farmington. 2 brothers: Wallace D. (& Trudy) Douglas, of California; Billy Joe Douglas, of Carlsbad, New Mexico. 3 Grandchildren: Shane Ferguson, of St. Croix, Virgin Islands; Uriah Sloan & Jera Sloan, both of Farmington.
There will be No Visitation.
Services : Saturday, 2:00 p.m., July 31, 2010, starting with an American Legion Auxiliary service, then the OES Chapter #430 service, followed by the Memorial Service.
at : Memorial United Methodist Church, with Dr. Rick Broadway officiating.
Memorials : * Memorial United Methodist Church &/or * HospiceCare, Inc. - PO Box 1000 - Park Hills, MO. 63601-1000
Tom an family we are so sorry for your loss. May God keep her Memories close to your heart. We will be keeping you in our prayers. God Bless
Glenn and family, So sorry to hear the passing of Jessie. We have known you two for over 50 years. You and Jessie where such a comfort to Joyce when she was at the Nursing Home. You have our blessing.
Scott and family, so sorry to hear about your loss.
It was only a short time ago that Jessie Mae and Tom came to my Mother's 85th birthday. We appreciated that so much and we are all very sorry to hear of Jessie Mae's passing. We will keep you all in our prayers. Don and Ginger Wallace
Dear Tom and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. We pray God will give you peace and comfort at this time. We had such a wonderful time at your 50th wedding anniversary and that is how we will remember you and Jessie Mae. You looked so happy dancing together. May God bless and keep you in His care. Love, Jack and Lida Wallace
Tom and family, so sorry to hear about the passing of Jesse. I'm sure she will be missed by many who loved her. My god just take you in his arms, give you peace and comfort during this very difficult time. You all are in my prayers. God Bless.
Tom – my condolences to you and your family. We will keep you in our prayers and thoughts.
Tom,Scott and Cami I am so sorry to hear about Jesse's passing. I know she will be missed. We have alot of memories of her. Remember the western fashion shows we had. Her and Tom danced at George and my anniversary reception. She was a very elegant,beautiful and gracious lady. My prayers are with you all. She is truly with God now.
Tom,Cam & Scott, We are so sorry to learn of Jessie Mae's death. She always brought joy and fun to the Douglass family get togethers, as well as wonderful rolls. Her warm heart and sweet smile will always be remembered. We understand the difficult time it has been for you and will continue to keep you in our prayers and Jessie Mae in our memories. Steve & Bette Connie & Meribeth
Scott & Cami, I pray that your memories of your mother will help to ease the sorrow of losing one so dear. My deepest condolances to you, your children, and your father.
Tom and family, I am so sorry to hear about Jessie. She was a special lady and will be missed by many. I really appreciate the time you both spent with Mom in her last years. Take care and God bless you all. Betty Winter
My mother, Ruth Overall, sends her condolences to the Sloan family.
Dear Cami, Keith & I were so sorry to hear about your Mom. I know it is such a difficult time for you & your family. I lost my Mom in 2000. Just know that you are in our thoughts & prayers and if we can help you with anything just let us know. God Bless!
Tom, Sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
So sorry to learn of your loss. My thoughts are with you at this time of sadness.
Tom and family – We are so sorry to hear about Jessie. Thinking of all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Cami, My deepest sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time. Your mother was a special lady and I'm glad to have had the chance to get to know her. I planted some flowers today in her memory and will keep you all in my prayers. God bless you.
Tom and Scott, I will keep you in my prayers. I know you will miss her. You have my sympathy.
Tom: I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Jesse. She was a dear sweet lady and I know she will be missed by many. Be at peace knowing she is in a better place now.
we are deeply sadden by the loss of our dear friend. I will miss her bright smile, and hearing her laughter. Jessie was such a sweet sweet person, and always joyful to be around. I'm getting kinda choked up writing this, and I know she wouldn't want to see me tearing up,…right now she would be saying something to cheer me up. She was such a dear friend of my momma's, more like a sister. Friends like Jessie make this world a brighter place, someone you could lean on. May God bless you in heaven Jessie. Dennis Boyd
May memories comfort you in your loss. When hearts are filled with sorrow, there is little one can say. For only time can confort you, when dear ones pass away. So may the time be hastened until sorrow will depart, and many happy memories will live on within your heart.
Cami, I am very sorry about the passing of your mother. My family and church will be praying for you during this difficult time. If I can be of any help to you please don't hesitate to call. Rev. Tim Morgan
Tom and family, We are saddened at Jessis's passing – but we remember MANY good times (your anniversary is one of them – what a fun evening!) Our love and condolences to each of you. Jim & LaDonne Snavely
Aunt Jessie was a very caring individual. She loved her family and Uncle Tom very much. I am so sorry for the suffering both she and her family had to endure. I believe that she enjoyed her life in the fullest sense possible. I was still young at the time, but my most vivid memories are those of her enjoyment of square dancing. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. May God Bless each of you, Uncle Tom, Scott and Cami.