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Claudine Day
In Memory of

Claudine Elaine Day

1933 - 2017

Obituary of Claudine Day

Claudine Elaine Day, 83 of Winchester passed away Saturday February 4, 2017 at Passavant Area Hospital.

She was born December 10, 1933 in Alsey the daughter of the late James Ernest and Nina Norine Northcutt Clanton.

She married Elmer Glenn Day September 1, 1951 in Pocahontas, Arkansas.

Claudine attended Alsey Schools and graduated from Winchester High School class of 1951. She was a homemaker, helping her husband on the farm and keeping the books. She helped with the Scott county 4H fair in the garden department for many years. Claudine also played the piano for the residents at the Scott County Nursing Center; she enjoyed Bingo at the Legion, volunteering with Glenn at Prairieland Heritage Museum, attending antique tractor shows and pulls. She loved spending time with her grandsons, and great grandchildren, especially playing board games. Surviving are her daughters Norine Jefferson (Bob Hoots) and Tracey (Kenny) Woods, both of Winchester. Grandsons; Matthew (Erica) Jefferson, Adam (Ashlea) Woods, Cody (Megan) Woods, step grandson Dustin Woods, great grandchildren; Landyn Woods, Kloe Woods, Henry Jefferson, step great grandchildren; Vanessa Woods, Athena Woods and Celena Woods. Also surviving are her sisters Jeanne (Gary) Buckley of Piedmont, MO, Wanda Hardwick of Texas, brothers Richard Clanton (Cindy Varnedoe) of Murrayville, Bob (Nancy) Clanton of Jacksonville, Darrell (Pixie) Clanton of White Hall, sister in law Terry Moore of Winchester.

Preceding her in death was her parents, husband Glenn, son in law Roy Jefferson, great granddaughter Kaydance Woods, brothers Everett and Denny Clanton, and a sister in infancy.

A funeral service will be held at 10 am Thursday February 9, 2017 at the Coonrod Funeral Home in Winchester. Burial will be in the Winchester City Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 pm Wednesday at the funeral home where the family will meet with friends from 6 until 8 pm.

Memorials can be made to the American Legion Post 442 or to the activities fund at the Scott County Nursing Center.

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