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Michael McElfresh

Michael William McElfresh

Thursday, April 15th, 1954 - Thursday, May 30th, 2019
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Michael William McElfresh
1954-2019

Michael William McElfresh, 65 of Hopkins, Missouri passed away May 30th 2019, at home surrounded by his family. Michael was born April 15, 1954 in Norfolk Virginia to John Allen McElfresh and Margaret Mary James McElfresh. Michael was raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Rosendale, Missouri.

Michael married Joyce Ilene Oberhauser on June 30th, 1979. They had 2 daughters Kelly Marie and Katherine Colleen. Michael was a boiler operator in Philadelphia until his move to Missouri in 1996. He then worked as a boiler operator for Northwest Missouri State University and eventually working for Maryville Corrections Center. Mike loved the Philadelphia Eagles along with the Philadelphia Flyers and his dogs Tyson, Max and Bear.

Michael is preceded in death by his parents John and Margaret McElfresh, brother John McElfresh, Nephew Scott Oliver and in laws Billy and Pauline Oberhauser.

He leaves behind his wife, Joyce of Hopkins Mo, Daughters Kelly Dailey, Hopkins, Mo and Katie McElfresh (Dallas), Bedford, Ia. 4 grandchildren Makayla, Shai, Damian and Adyson Dailey. Sisters, Diane (Steve) Oliver, Springfield Mo. and Linda Murphy, Saint Joseph, Mo. And Many nieces, nephews and friends.

Mr. McElfresh has been cremated under the care of Price Funeral Home, Maryville, Missouri. There will be no visitation or services held per his request.
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Mr. McElfresh has been cremated under the care of Price Funeral Home. There will be no visitation or services held per Michaels request.

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Kathy Bashwinger

Posted at 07:38pm
Condolences to the whole McElfresh family. I grew up in Philly & raised in "Normandy".
I was childhood friends with Mike's younger sister Diane. I remember their very nice parents and often wondered how the family was after moving away.
May good memories comfort all of you at this sad time.
Diane, I send friendly Philly (((hugs))) to you.
Kathy Bashwinger
bashsis16@gmail.com
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Don Scott

Posted at 07:19pm
Praying for Mike and his family. Mike and I grew up in Philly, in a small neighborhood “Normandy” we shared good times together, played basketball, football, and hunted together in the nearby farms for pheasant and small game. I lost touch with him after he moved from Philly, but I’ll never forget his good natured ways. Rest In Peace Mike. 🙏 Don Scott
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Gayle R Bond

Posted at 02:52am
Katie & family - So very sorry to read of your father's passing. You are all in my prayers - may your memories of him bring you comfort, and the love you share with him give you peace in the days ahead. Big hugs & blessings - Gayle R Bond
 

Katie McElfresh Posted at 10:04am

Gayle- Thank you so much for your kind words. He was a great man & is already missed so much.
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