Obituary for Thomas Lynn Maupin
We lost another Vietnam Mortuary veteran and good friend
Thomas Lynn Maupin, 75, of Fulton passed away on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at Harry S. Truman Veterans Hospital.
He was born on January 28, 1943 in Fulton, Missouri, the son of the late Glen Yates Maupin and the late Eula Florence (Carr) Maupin.
Tom proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Service to his country and fellow veterans did not end when he was honorably discharged. Throughout his life, Tom was actively involved with Veterans of Foreign Wars, serving as Commander of VFW Post 2657, Quarter Master of District 9, as well as various other posts within the district. He also held memberships in Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 468 of O’Fallon, Missouri, and American Legion Post #5 of Jefferson City. In 2012, Tom was instrumental in reviving the Fulton Independence Day Parade, which has continued to grow with each passing year.
Tom attended Fulton Public Schools and Kemper Military School and Junior College. For many years, he was part owner and worked as a funeral director for Maupin Funeral Home, and taught Mortuary Science. He was civically minded and involved in the community, holding memberships in Masonic Lodge and all Masonic Orders, Lions Club, and Missouri Funeral Directors Association.
Tom enjoyed yearly trips to watch horse races in Hot Springs, Arkansas with his friends. He loved spending time with his three grandchildren who were his pride and joy.
Those remaining to mourn his passing and treasure his memory include daughters, Pamela Gilman (Billy) of Fulton, and Miki O’Brien of Jefferson City; grandchildren, Boone Teel, Aidan O’Brien, and Grady O’Brien; a host of nieces and nephews, and cousins, including Robert H. Funk of Riverton, Wy, and Bobby Dale Carr of Fulton.
Along with his parents, Tom was preceded in death by brother, Gene “Jeep” Maupin.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Maupin Funeral Home in Fulton with Melody Craighead officiating. Friends will be received from 4:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at the funeral home with a VFW Memorial Service being held at 7:00 p.m. Interment with Military Honors will be in Callaway Memorial Gardens.
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Long time GR/MA Reunion Members and
We were never contacted by any family members. Jen R. just recently found out they both passed away June and May of 2015.
Rudy and Emily were married 60 years. Rudy was a WWII Army veteran.
May they Rest in Peace
Warren was a civilian supervisor in Da Nang Mortuary.
Warren was born on April 8, 1932 and passed away on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. He was a resident of Washington, New Hampshire.
Bert W. Webber, lt. col, ret.
September 21, 1924 - June 1, 2015
Born September 21, 1924 in Fairview, Oklahoma, Lt. Col. (retired), Bert Wallace
Webber went to see his Lord and Savior on Monday, June 1, 2015.
As a true and exemplary member of this countrys Greatest Generation
Lt. Col. Webber proudly served and fought in World War II, the Korean Conflict,
and the Viet-Nam War.
He was a true American Patriot.
Bert met and married Iris Louise Newark on March 16, 1948. Through active tours
of duty in China, Korea and Viet-Nam, Bert fathered 3 children, Mark A. Webber,
Cindy L. Booker, and Judi K. Perkins.
He is preceded in death by his father, Johnnie Monroe Webber, his mother, Lula
Mary Ellen Webber, his wife of 46 years, Louise Webber, and brother, Vern Webber.
His daughter Cindy preceded him in death by only 7 weeks.
Following the death of his first wife, Bert met and married the second great
love of his life Patricia (Pat) Carpenter on July 8, 1995. Thus being a man twice
blessed in this life with two loving and compassionate wives.
Bert and Pat spent the past 20 years traveling extensively both abroad and here
in the states, often attending Army reunions with fellow compatriots.
Bert was a Board Member of Faith Temple Church and Faith Bible College and
faithfully served as church clerk at Noonday Baptist Church.
Bert is survived in death by his wife, Patricia Webber; son, Mark Webber and
wife Emma Jo of Austin; daughter, Judi Perkins and husband David of Tyler; son-in-law,
John Booker of Tyler; his sister Bonnie of Lubbock; Pat's children, Stephanie
and husband Marvin of Whitehouse and Chris Walker; 13 grandchildren and 19
great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and
loved ones abroad.
Visitation is on Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Burks Walker Tippit
Services for Mr. Webber will be held Friday at 1 o'clock at Noonday Baptist
Church, 16701 CR 196.
Entombment with full military honors will follow at Tyler Memorial Parks
Field of Honor Mausoleum.
Pallbearers will be Vince Flowers, Michael Booker, David Webber, Taylor
Born: September 21, 1924
Place of Birth: Fairview, OK
Death: June 1, 2015
Place of Death: Tyler, TX
Occupation: Ret. U.S. Army
Hand, Chris Walker, and Sam Hall. Honorary pallbearers are Bubba Hand and
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society 1301 S Broadway
Ave, Tyler, 7570Click to add text, images, and other content
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