OBITUARY

David Jon Hufstedler

March 6, 1946April 1, 2019
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David Jon Hufstedler, 73, of Fulton, Missouri passed away on Monday, April, 1, 2019 at his home in Fulton, MO. Visitation will be held from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Debo Funeral Home, Fulton, MO. Funeral services will follow at 12:00 pm at the funeral home. Burial will be in Hufstedler Cemetery, Doniphan, MO with full military honors at a later date. David was born on March 6, 1946 in Doniphan, MO the son of John Wesley and Lela Captola (Rongey) Hufstedler who preceded him in death. David relocated to Fulton, Missouri and graduated from Fulton High School in 1964. He was married on May 17, 1997 in Fulton, MO to Linda Linneman. David served in the US Air Force and then the Air National Guard. Survivors include: his wife, Linda Hufstedler of the home; two sons, Dave Hufstedler (Amparo) of Dallas, TX and Daren Hufstedler (Krista) of Fulton, MO; one daughter, Dana Janssen (Stephen) of Overland Park, KS; eleven grandchildren, Danielle Rogers (Cody), Aaron Stout (Ryley), Rebecca Janssen, Stephen Janssen II, Garrett Hufstedler, Sophia Hufstedler, Audrey Spradlin, Grace Spradlin, Gabriel Spradlin, Allie Hufstedler and Ethan Hufstedler; four great-grandchildren, Judah Stout, Aydan Stout, Grant Rogers and Brayden Weber (due to arrive in May); three sisters, Patrica Risenhoover (Wayne) of Arizona, Jean Hutton (Richard) of Scottsdale, AZ and Kathy Milburn (Don) of Harrison, AR. He was also preceded in death by one sister, Fran Robison, brother in-law Ron Robinson and father-in-law, Norvell Linneman. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hufstedler Cemetery or PhyZou (Physical Therapy), c/o Debo Funeral Home, 833 Court St, Fulton, MO 65251. Online condolences may be made at www.debofuneralhome.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Linda Linneman Hufstedler, Wife
  • Dave (Amparo) Hufstedler, Son
  • Daren (Krista) Hufstedler, Son
  • Dana (Stephen) Janssen, Daughter
  • Patrica (Wayne) Risenhoover, Sister
  • Jean (Richard) Hutton, Sister
  • Kathy (Don) Milburn, Sister
  • David is also survived by eleven grandchildren, Danielle (Cody) Rogers, Aaron (Ryley Stout, Rebecca Janssen, Stephen Janssen II, Garrett Hufstedler, Sophia
    Hufstedler, Audrey Spradlin, Grace Spradlin, Gabriel Spradlin, Allie Hufstedler and Ethan Hufstedler; four great-grandchildren, Judah Stout, Aydan Stout, Grant Rogers and Brayden Weber (due to arrive in May).

    David was preceded in death by his parents, John Wesley and Lela Captola Rongey) Hufstedler, one sister, Fran Robison and Ron Robinson and father in-law, Norvell Linneman.
  • DONATIONS

  • Hufstedler Cemetery or PhyZou Physical Therapy

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, April 6, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 6, 2019
REMEMBERING

David Jon Hufstedler

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Sandra Tharp-Fritz

April 5, 2019

With deepest sympathy to all of David's family. We were classmates in high school. He was a very nice friend and one of those special people everyone liked. May God bless and comfort each of you.

Judy Linneman-Veach

April 3, 2019

I am so thankful for such a kind, gentle giant to come into my cousin, Linda's life. My beloved cousin Linda is like a beautiful flower, always laughing and happy and had a way of touching peoples lives. I witnessed Linda, become so happy, full of laughter and full of adorning love for this one...David Hufstedler. He stood tall above her, she adoringly looked up to him, he caught her gaze and the love shared blossomed, and was obvious to all those around. He withstood the Linneman clan, all of our corny jokes...he took it all with a smile and kept my cousin close, safe, surrounded in his arms. Letting all know, nobody better even think of hurting her. Even during these last years, David was the light in Linda. He continued to keep her safe while she held him in her arms. David will be missed greatly. I love you David, for all that you did for my beloved cousin. Thank you.

Tammy Wickham

April 2, 2019

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The unique apron with anatomically incorrect body parts. Jeep rides in Doniphan. Backyard BBQ’s. Meals at Sir Winston’s. “I wish silence was an option on the juke box.” Creating beautiful pieces of art with wood.
His life message to us was an important one. “Be cheerful!” No matter what you had to overcome, being cheerful would help you do it. David, you were a blessing to our family. You helped us enjoy life when times were tough. I’m thankful you shared a part of your journey with us. Hugs my friend. I’m looking forward to seeing you again soon.

Your friends,
David and Tammy Wickham

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