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Oliver Lee Page October 19, 1930 - August 30, 2018


Oliver “Lee” Page age 87 of Ozark, Missouri passed away Thursday, August 30, 2018. Lee as he was fondly known to his family and friends, was born in Ozark October 19, 1930 the youngest son of Hubert and Janie (Cline) Page. On December 15, 1955 Lee was united in marriage to Dixie Wolfe and this union was blessed with one daughter.

Lee was a graduate of Ozark High school class of 1948. After graduation, Lee joined the Navy where he served his country for 4 years. He retired after 40 years of driving a school bus for the Ozark Schools. Prior to that he owned and operated Page Texaco and also worked as a trim carpenter. In his spare time Lee enjoyed fishing and hunting and was a renowned marksman. He enjoyed gardening especially raising tomatoes.

Lee accepted Christ as his savior and was baptized at an early age and remained a faithful member of Selmore Baptist Church.

Lee is survived by Dixie, his loving wife of over 62 years. One daughter, Cindi Carey; two granddaughters Amber Horne and husband John, April Ryan and husband Clint; two great grandsons Hunter Ryan and Wyatt Ryan; a sister-in-law Sherry Clevenger all of Ozark and a host of other caring relatives and friends.

Graveside funeral services for Lee will be 11:00 A.M. Saturday, September 1, 2018 in Selmore Cemetery with Pastor Josh Hall and Pastor Mac McCulley officiating. In lieu of flowers, Lee has requested donations be made to the Baptist Childrens’ Home in Mt. Vernon, Missouri or the Selmore Cemetery maintenance fund. Arrangements under the care and direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Online condolences may be shared at www.barnesfamilyfunerals.com.


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    April L Ryan says

    Til I see you again grandpa love you

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    Peggy Melton Brodersen says

    Cindi and Dixie, I am so sorry for your pain and grief over losing Lee. I have no idea how it feels to lose the love of your life Dixie, but I do know what the loss of your father is for Cindi. I wish I could hug you both until the sorrow is gone but it will still sneak up on you when you least expect it. Lee was a great man and will be missed greatly I know, but God was ready for him to come home. All in His time……. Love you both, Peggy

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    Darlene kessinger says

    So sorry for your loss prayers for you and your Mom and family .

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    Ronda Soto says

    He was my sons bus driver and they always enjoyed Lee. He always said I had good very busy boys and would laugh. I worked with Dixie at Fasco so sorry for your loss such a kind man

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    Fred Hedgpeth says

    A very well respected,fine gentleman. I will miss him. He always had time to talk and made a person feel like a true friend, A person would have to be a fine gentleman to drive a school bus for forty years.

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    Ruby Sims says

    Prayers for the family at this sad time. May happy memories fill you until you meet again.

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    Patty Hughes says

    Dixie and Cindi and family, Lee was a very kind man and very well known and liked. A man of good character and that showed in his family as well. I am so deeply sorry for this great loss and I will keep you in prayer during this difficult season for you. There is a comfort for you that Lee is in the arms of Jesus now waiting until you are with him again and you can Rest in the arms of Jesus and keep the memories alive until that time comes. Hugs