John T. Steele purchased the undertaking business from the Lowe Furniture Company in 1905. And was originally located at 120 N. Webb street. In 1923 Steele purchased the J.C. Stewart home at 301 W. Broadway where the business is located today. In...
Funeral Homes in Racine, MO
Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Racine.
Zip codes in the city: 64858.
Newton County funeral flowers can be purchased from one of the local funeral shops we partner with.
n 1882 Ed Knell started a funeral home on the south side of the Carthage square. His new business was based on the simple principles of hard work, personal service, respect, dignity and compassion. Four generations of family, three locations and...
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Facts about the city
Racine is an unincorporated community in Newton County, Missouri, United States. It is part of the Joplin, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area.
It was disclosed on February 3rd, 2011 that Lillie Eddice Crowley (Russell) died in Louisiana. Ms. Crowley was 77 years old and was born in Racine, MO. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Lillie Eddice's life.
It was revealed on June 29th, 2007 that Harry Wayne Martin passed on in Sunnyside, Washington. Martin was 76 years old and was born in Racine, MO. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Harry Wayne's life.
Category:Newton County, Missouri
Category:Unincorporated communities in Missouri
Category:Joplin metropolitan area
vo:Racine (Missouri). Many of the original settlers who arrived before the Civil War are buried in Burkhardt Cemetery just northeast of town at the junction of what is now known as Juniper and Jasmine Drives. The community is part of the Joplin, Missouri Joplin, Missouri Metropolitan Area Statistical Area.
Due to its proximity to many of the back-roads into the "dry state" of Oklahoma, illegal alcohol and low-tax tobacco was bootlegged through this part of Missouri up to the 1960s.
There are several churches despite the small size of the town: one Apostolic Church and two Christian churches.
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