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John R. Butterbaugh
12/02/1936 - 05/11/2021
Obituary For John R. Butterbaugh
John R Butterbaugh, 84, of Springdale AR, formerly of Sedalia, passed away Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 at UAMS Medical Center in Little Rock, AR, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born December 2, 1936, in rural Pettis County, the son of Richard Emmitt and Stella (Spratley) Butterbaugh, who preceded him in death.
He transported bait to several bait shops in Missouri. In his later years, he did metal reclaiming. He loved being in his truck visiting different places and states. But most of all he loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. John will be missed by so many.
John is survived by four daughters, Janie Nease (Earl), Penny Barnett (Dewayne), Lisa Allee (Tim), Misty Shoemaker (Jack); three sons Orville McKeown (Jessica), David Butterbaugh (Maggie), Thomas Butterbaugh (Kelcie); 19 Grandchildren, Donna Nease, Shawn Butterbaugh (Liz), Angela, Mikenzie and Treshaun Allee, Corissa Butts (Josh), Jessica Taylor, Meghan Davis (Chris), Coleta Tull Winkler ( Benson), Joeseph Barnett, Cassie and Jared Bilke, Jayden and Ryler McKeown, Merideth, Karleigh, and Dawson Butterbaugh, Delta, Aleigha and Layne Shoemaker; 33 Great-grandchildren; 5 Great-Great Grandchildren; and a sister Myrtle Priesmeyer.
In addition to his parents, John was preceded in death by a daughter Rhonda Miller; two grandsons, James Nease Sr., Mitchell Allee; a great-granddaughter Lindsey Winkler; a brother David Butterbaugh; and two sisters Helen Butterbaugh and Stella Alline Hutcheson.
Graveside services will be held at Hopewell Cemetery on Monday, May 24, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. with Pastor Rusty Thomas Officiating.
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He was one of my moms best friends. One of the sweetest guys you'd ever meet. Loved to travel and tell me about his grandchildren. -Lindsay Hill
John you were my best friend for years and I know how much you love me and of course Lindsay. You were a traveling man and came to spend time with me whenever you had a chance. I don't remember a cross word between us that's because they were all good loving and caring. If I could have said good bye one last time I wouldn't want it. I want to believe the love we felt will always be in my heart never to be forgotten. No goodbyes just I love you my best friend.
Too many memories to remember. Just wanted to say sorry for your loss from Skeeter's son
You were a man of many talents and will always be in my heart. Love ya John! My heart goes out to all of John's kids.
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