MINA SILER 95 Oblong, Illinois
VISITATION: 6 – 8 P.M. THURSDAY & FRIDAY MORNING
UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE
FUNERAL: 10:30 A.M. FRIDAY JULY 18, 2003 PULLIAM FUNERAL
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Mina Siler 95 Oblong, Illinois died Tuesday, July 15, 2003 at the Ridgeview
Care Center in Oblong, Illinois. Mina was born on May 19, 1908 in Jasper
County, Illinois and was the daughter of Charlie & Rena (Stifle) Hargis.
Mina was married to Paul Olvey; Dr. Homer Marshall then to Addie Siler all
three husbands preceded her in death. Mina was a retired telephone operator
in Oblong, former owner of the Hi-Way Café in Oblong, former owner
of a laundry in the basement of what is now Terry's Flowers, worked
at Cortelyou's during WWII. She was a member of the First Christian Church
of Oblong, Illinois.
Her hobbies included sewing, baking and cooking (which she usually
Mina is survived by three nephews Loran & Katie Robinson, Eugene & Doris
Hargis and Jerry & Yvonne Hargis; one niece Madeline Calvert; four step-children
Mary & Harold Wheeler, Wayne & Joan Donaldson, Norma Ferguson and
George & Ellen Donaldson;
Several step-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law Isabell Siler & Mary Robinson;
several great, great-great & great-great-great nieces and nephews; very
good friends and care givers Jerry & Lee Stephens.
Her parents, three brothers Rexil, Forest & Milo Hargis and one sister
Letha Robinson precede Mina.
Burial will be in the Oblong Cemetery, Oblong, Illinois.