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Emmo Jean Hughes February 16, 1927 - February 3, 2020

Emmo Jean Hughes, age 92 of Ozark, Missouri, passed away Monday, February 3, 2020 in Mercy Hospital, Springfield. She was born February 16, 1927 in Chadwick, Missouri the daughter of Everett and Rae (Hobbs) Mitchell. On May 19, 1944 Emmo Jean was united in marriage to Donald Hughes who preceded her in death September 11, 2013, after 69 years of marriage.

Emmo Jean was a longtime Christian County resident and homemaker. She was baptized at a very young age, enjoyed teaching Sunday School at Garrison Baptist Church and singing hymns. Her faith and strong Christian belief carried her through her daily tasks and gave her faithful assurance. Emmo Jean always enjoyed family gatherings, creating delicious meals and caring for her family. She will be sadly missed but her memory will live on forever in the hearts of her loved ones.

Emmo Jean is survived by her only daughter Donna Kay Warren and husband Joe; granddaughter Gayla Brice and husband Rob; grandson Ryan Warren and wife Becky; two great-grandsons Logan Brice and Bradon Warren; two great-granddaughters Lauren Brice and Gracie Warren; other caring relatives and friends. In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by her parents.

Funeral services for Emmo Jean will be 2:00 P.M. Friday, February 7, 2020 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Swansville Cemetery, Garrison, Missouri. Visitation will be 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. Thursday evening in the funeral home. Donations are suggested to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. On line condolences may be shared at www.barnesfamilyfunerals.com.

 

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    Dale & Paula Phillips says

    So sorry to hear about your mother Donna. She was a special lady. Loved her and Don’s sense of humor. May God give you and your family comfort and peace. ❤️🙏😇

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    Stephanie Hobbs Stamper says

    Dear Donna Kay & family, I was so sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. When I was little I thought she was my aunt, not my cousin. Thought you were my cousin. I was grown before I knew the difference. I always loved going to her house down on Swan creek, loved that little rock house. My deepest sympathy to you all. We will all miss her very much.