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Dr. Armon Bert- February 21, 2016

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, February 23, 2016

CHESTER — Dr. Armon Anthony Bert, D.C., 56, of Perryville, Missouri, formerly of Chester, passed away at 10:04 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016, in Kirkwood, Missouri.

He was born Aug. 24, 1959, in Chester to Leo C. and Mabel (Postman) Bert.

Armon received his master’s degree in mechanical engineering and worked at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.

He then went to school to become a chiropractor at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Ohio, and graduated in 2000. Armon worked for Dr. Bobb Chiropractic Center in Silvis from 2000 to 2008 before moving to Perryville, Missouri. For the past eight years, Armon owned and operated Perryville Chiropractic Center.

Armon was of the Catholic faith. He was a member of Perryville Rotary Club and had served as president. He also was a die-hard St. Louis Cardinal baseball fan.

Survivors include two brothers, Lenny (Carole) Bert of Chester and Norbert Bert, also of Chester; three sisters, Gerri (Charles) Keeble of Oak Ridge, Missouri, Mary (Prentiss) Wilson of Percy and Sandy Kisro (friend, Neal Bierman) of Campbell Hill; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brother-in-law, Michael Wingerter; and nephew, Jeff Bendorf.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, in Pechacek-McClure Funeral Home in Chester with the Very Rev. Eugene H. Wojcik, V.F., officiating. Interment will be at a later date. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, and 7:30 to 11 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

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Terry Coy - Edwardsville - January 18, 2016

Posted By Administration, Monday, January 18, 2016
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Terry Jo Coy,age 53, of Glen Carbon, Illinois, lover of family, animals (particularly horses and dogs), silly movies and coffee was called home January 18, 2016.

She is being welcomed home by those family members that preceded her with a glutinous Easter style pot-luck. In keeping with family tradition, a table is filled with assorted cold cuts, multiple loaves of white bread, deviled eggs, potato salads (at least three different varieties), one incredible seven layer dip, and unlimited refills of iced tea (sweet or unsweet). A second table contains nothing but chips and desserts. Calories exist only on earth. Joining her at the shindig are her mother Martha (Howard), aunts Norma (French) and Ruby (Clark), uncle Ken(Reeves) and cousin Danny(French)….he will want to know how we are all doing. Eating is most likely a challenge as her beloved four-legged friends Max and Bailey are undoubtedly on her lap.

Those left missing her presence at the Earthly celebration of her life include her husband Richard, daughters Taylor (Coy) and Sara (Schaecher), son Brandon (Kahre), son-in-law Corey (Schaecher), mother-in-law Grace (Coy), sister-in-law Beth (Abbott), grandchildren Samantha and Clayton (Schaecher), brother Matt (Howard), seventy-five pound “lap dog” Roo, and too many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends to name here without having to publish in volumes.

Never being one to sit and do nothing, post pot-luck activities will include a long horseback ride on one of Heaven’s amazing beaches, games of Pictionary, Telestrations or perhaps Pinochle or Rummy Royal with those she hasn’t seen in too long. Although winding down watching Arthur, Jurassic Park or Private Eyes could also be a possibility.
Although she excelled professionally at these things while here, she no longer need to concern herself with software development, project management, medical billing, banking software, or then insanely complex practices and procedures required to be “Medicare Compliant.”

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Eric Dixon - Edwardsville - January 17, 2016

Posted By Administration, Sunday, January 17, 2016
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Eric Dixon’s Facebook page profile says he graduated from Jersey Community High School, and played football, basketball and baseball. He attended Lewis and Clark Community College on a baseball scholarship and received his Associates of Science Degree.

Dr. Dixon transferred to Logan College of Chiropractic where he finished his Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology in an accelerated science program and entered directly into his Doctorate of Chiropractic program, it continues. “Dr. Dixon decided to follow his love of sports, simultaneously, receiving his Master of Sport Science and Rehabilitation in addition to his Doctorate of Chiropractic.”

In August and Dec of 2011, Dixon received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and his Master of Sport Science and Rehabilitation respectively. He then earned his Certified Personal Training Certificate from the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2012.

As an intern, Dixon worked as team chiropractor for the Los Angeles Clippers from 2005-2009 and was a consultant for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Athletes Performance International and Boston Sports Medicine and Performance Group, his Facebook page says.

In 2012, Dixon returned from California to start his own Sports Chiropractic office/ Performance Training Facility in Edwardsville, Illinois. Dixon opened SPORTCHIRO+ in 2012.

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Ronald Richter - Millstadt - November 8, 2015

Posted By Administration, Sunday, November 8, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Dr. Ronald L. Richter, 61, of Millstadt, Ill., born Sunday, Feb. 14, 1954, in Belleville, Ill., died Sunday, November 8, 2015, at St. Anthony's Medical Center, Saint Louis, Mo.

Ronald was the owner of Belleville Chiropractic where he served the community for 35 years. He was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church, Illinois Chiropractic Association, Millstadt Sportmans Club, and Belleville Deer Hunters Club. 

Surviving are his wife, Denise E., nee Scott, Richter of Millstadt, Ill.; his sons, Scott R. Richter (Sabrina Rose) of Millstadt, Ill., and Blake A. Richter of Millstadt, Ill.; his parents, Robert "Rip" and Marcella, "Sally" nee Phillips, Richter of Belleville, Ill.; a granddaughter, Anna Wilson; a brother, Randy (Diane) Richter of Troy, Ill.; a sister, Mary Jo Woodside of Fairview Heights, Ill.; his father-in-law, Jewell Scott; and a brother-in-law, Michael Scott

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Erich Snyder - Carterville - August 10, 2015

Posted By Administration, Monday, August 10, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Dr. Erich John Snyder, 36, passed away on Monday, August 10, 2015, along with his father, Tommy Snyder, also of Carterville.

Dr. Snyder was born Sept. 20, 1978, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He graduated from Texas Chiropractic College where he received the Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

He married Michelle Simmons on April 27, 2014. He had one son, Christian Erich Snyder, age 12.

Dr. Snyder owned the local businesses of Carterville Chiropractic and Advanced Pain Management. He has worked there as a chiropractor for the last 11 years. He was actively involved in several community organizations and well known for his flower garden in front of the businesses.

Dr. Snyder or Erich to his family and friends, enjoyed spending time with his family, traveling, gardening and aviation.

He is survived by his wife, Michelle Snyder; son, Christian Snyder; mother and stepfather, Karri and Vince Vogt; brothers, Kurtis Snyder and his wife, Shanette and Joel Snyder and his fiancée, Danielle Werne; grandmother, Joan Snyder; and many extended family members and dear friends.

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Robert Zinser - Kickapoo - March 12, 2016

Posted By Administration, Thursday, March 12, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Dr. Robert Rae Zinser, 67, of Kickapoo, Ill., passed away Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 10:26 a.m., peacefully at his home. Robert was born on March 21, 1947, in Peoria, Ill., to Rae C. and Thelma Rose (Heinz) Zinser. He married Christine E. (Barth) Zinser on Jan. 4, 1969, at St. Mary's Church in Kickapoo.


Robert graduated from Spalding Institute in 1965 and Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport, Iowa) in 1971. He was very proud to serve the Peoria area as a chiropractor for 41 years.


He was a member of the Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association and St. Mary's Church in Kickapoo. He was a well respected member of his community, volunteering his time and talents in numerous projects and events throughout his beloved town of Kickapoo. His impact on so many unknown people to his family is an inspiration. We are grateful for all the many lives he has touched and how much he was loved.


Bob loved his farm, his cows and tinkering in his workshop. He was a licensed pilot and loved his days of flying, speaking of it often over the last few years. His Colorado hunting trips over the years with his son and very close friends were his ultimate source of relaxation, also contributing to his love of photography and the mountains.

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Vernon Mannon - Galesburg - February 23, 2015

Posted By Administration, Monday, February 23, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Dr. Vernon Raymond Mannon, 88, of Galesburg, formerly of Monmouth and Peoria, died at 8:17 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, at the Marigold Health Care Center in Galesburg.


He was born on June 3, 1926, in Kewanee, Ill., the son of Arold and Myrtle (Algren) Mannon. He was raised and educated in Wyoming, Ill., and Galesburg, Ill. He later attended and graduated from Lincoln Chiropractic College in Indianapolis, Ind., in 1951. Vernon served with the United States Navy from 1944 until 1946 as a fire controlman third class. Vernon married Marilyn Clair Linner in Galesburg on Jan. 28, 1950, and they raised nine children. He later married Evelyn Shane in Colorado on Feb. 20,1996, and she died Aug. 8, 2013.


While serving in the Navy, Vernon developed polio. His uncle was a chiropractor in Galesburg and through treatments, he was cured of polio. This life-changing event inspired Vernon to go into chiropractic as a career. Vernon was a chiropractor, practicing in Monmouth from 1951 until 1979. He later practiced in Peoria, Bloomington and Benson, Ill., before retiring in 2014. In 1951, he was named Illinois Chiropractor of the Year.


He was a member of the Monmouth Lions Club and Wilaboc Boat Club in Oquawka and served as president of the Illinois Chiropractic Society. He loved boating on the Mississippi River with his family and friends. He enjoyed watching his many children play sports and, most of all, their many family gatherings. Helping family members with improvement projects made his day. His biggest passion was to help and heal his patients with chiropractic and natural supplements. He was a master mechanic of the human body.

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