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March 27, 2003

IDA FRANCES CLINE
(7/28/1936 - 3/18/2003)




Ida Cline, 66, of Luray, MO, died March 18, 2003, at the Scotland County Care Center, Memphis, MO.

She was born July 28, 1936 in Mt. Hamil, IA, a daughter of Raymond and Violet Talbot Klesener.

In 1955, she married Donald Kuntz. He preceded her in death in the spring of 1958. She later married Allison B. Cline on September 1, 1958 in Kahoka, MO. He survives.

Other survivors include 11 children, Joe Cline and his wife, Kathy of Downing, MO, Joan Webster and her husband, Mike of Kahoka, MO, Mindy McIntosh and her husband, Craig of Palmyra, MO, Donna Schmitz and her husband, David of Wyaconda, MO, Anita Osbon and her husband, Buddy of Hamilton, IL, Walter Cline and his wife, Tycene of Luray, MO, Virgil Cline and his wife, Debbie of Kahoka, MO, Mary Leverton and her husband, Tom of Keokuk, IA, Roy Cline and his wife, Janna of Gorin, MO, Linda Hoekman and her husband, Kevin of Des Moines, IA, and John Cline and his wife, Rose of Kahoka, MO; one sister, Glorine Davis of Keokuk, IA; 34 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; mother-in-law, Elsie Cline of Wyaconda, MO; three sisters-in-law, Juanita Edlen and her husband, Ara, Shirley Gates and her husband, Calvin and Reita Noble and her husband, Dick.

She was also preceded in death by her parents; one sister at birth; one daughter-in-law, Jodi Cline; one grandson, Calib Cline at birth; father-in-law, Otto Cline; and one brother-in-law, David Davis.

Ida graduated from high school in Donnellson, IA, in 1954. She was of the Catholic Faith. Above, all else, she loved spending time with her family. The love and wonderful memories she has created with her family will never be forgotten.

The family met with friends on March 22, 2003, at the Luray Methodist Church, Luray, MO. A memorial has been established. Vigen Memorial Home of Kahoka, MO.


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