|Birth: ||May 16, 1921|
|Death: ||Apr. 3, 1991|
Harold Eugene "Bud" Scobee, son of James Nicholas and Emma Rosetta (Lewis) Scobee, was born May 16, 1921, in Green Castle, Mo., and died Wednesday, April 3, 1991, in a San Benito, Tex., hospital at the age of 69 years.
He married Louise Gonyar in 1940. To this marriage two daughters were born.
He married Shirley Muir in 1946. To this marriage three sons were born. He married Mary Draper in July 1967. She preceded him in death on June 8, 1985.
He married Edith West on September 28, 1985. She survives.
Also surviving are three sons, Harold D. Scobee, Phoenix, Ariz., Garold Scobee, Milan, Mo., Darrell Scobee, Geeen City, Mo.; one daughter, Judy Deatherage, Sacramento, Calif.; 21 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one brother, Robert Scobee, Smithville, Mo.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Katherine Sue King; and eight brothers and sisters.
Mr. Scobee was born and reared in the Green Castle, Mo., area. He attended Green Castle schools. He owned and operated a restaurant, did custom farming, and worked in sales. He was well known in the area for his musical ability. He was a dedicated musician and loved to entertain.
He was a charter member of Green Castle, Mo., Lions Club. He had served on the Sullivan County, Mo., Court for six years. He had been a resident of Queen City for some time.
Services were held Sunday, April 7, 1991, in Davis-Playle Funeral Chapel, Kirksville, Mo., with Sonny McAdams officiating. Music was provided by Sonny McAdams, soloist. Special selections were "Peace In the Valley," "One Day At a Time," "How Great Thou Art."
Berares were Bob McClarn, Lonnie Byrn, Gary Martin, Ivan McKim, Gail Scobee, and Billy Bassett.
Honorary bearers were John Griswold, Bob Corder, Clifford Ebert, Oral Lawson, and Darrin Vincent.
Burial was in Bullion Cemetery, Adair County, Mo.
Harold Eugene "Bud" Scobee, 69, Queen City, Mo., formerly of this area, died April 3, 1991, at a hospital in San Benito, Texas. He was born near Sidney, Mo., and lived in Avondale in Clay County and North Kansas City before he moved to northern Missouri in 1944. Mr. Scobee was a country-and-western guitarist. He was an Army veteran of World War II. His first wife was the late Louise Gonyer Scobee. Survivors include his wife, Edith Scobee of the home; three sons, Harold Dee Scobee, Phoenix, and Garold Scobee and Darrell Scobee of Milan, Mo.; a daughter, Judy Deatherage, Sacramento, Calif.; a brother, Bob Scobee, Smithville; 15 grandchildren; and a great-grandson. Services were Sunday; burial in Bullion Cemetery, Adair County, Mo.
Kansas City Star
Kansas City, Missouri
April 12, 1991
James Nicholas Scobee (1882 - 1947)
Emma Rosetta Lewis Scobee (1887 - 1960)
Mary M. Draper Scobee (1927 - 1985)
Shirley Mae Muir Thompson (1930 - 2004)*
Helen Louise Gonyer O'Rourke (1918 - 1980)*
Kathryn Sue Scobee King (1941 - 1988)*
Garold Lee Scobee (1951 - 2016)*
Dade Laverne Scobee (1904 - 1972)*
Infant Boy Scobee (1906 - 1906)*
Murl Scobee (1907 - 1973)*
Ray Scobee (1909 - 1978)*
Infant Girl Scobee (1911 - 1911)*
Robert Scobee (1912 - 1999)*
Alta Ellen Scobee (1914 - 1971)*
Alice Pearl Scobee (1916 - 1982)*
William Howard Scobee (1919 - 1987)*
Harold Eugene Scobee (1921 - 1991)
Created by: NE MO
Record added: Jun 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53218945
Added: May. 16, 2014
In memory to my fourth cousin once removed.|
Scobee Family Member
Added: Nov. 17, 2010