She was born July 6, 1956, in Sedalia, MO, the daughter of Glenn and Marion (Baldwin) Mumbower, and lived nearly her entire life in the Sedalia area. She was a life-long Lutheran, and a member of Christ and Trinity Lutheran Church from birth until 2011. She graduated from Smith-Cotton High School in 1974.
She was married to Paul Robin Curry in 1974, and this marriage produced three children: twin sons Paul and Jason, and daughter Renee.
On July 9, 1988 she was married to Phillip Hornbostel, who survives of the home. With that marriage she welcomed into her family step-children Charles and Jennifer. Later this marriage produced a daughter Anna.
In 1982 she graduated from State Fair Community College with an associate degree in nursing, and worked in many areas of nursing thereafter, including Bothwell Regional Health Center, Drs. Van Dyke and Stockwood, State Fair Community College Nursing School as a clinical instructor, Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Center (as D.O.N.), and Surgical Services of Sedalia, where she was the bariatric surgery coordinator from 2008 until 2011. Her family was always her life, and her home was filled with love, laughter, and many memories of parties, barbecues, and holiday festivities that made her home the lodestone for an entire extended family. In addition to her family, she leaves many cherished...
When you till under cauliflower, you have some of those issues,” he said. The smell "can be a factor on a farm in unincorporated areas or rural Marion County.”
Gottgetreu said the city does have ordinances in place for nuisance odors.
Planning Commissioner Stacey Posegate said she wanted to be assured there were fire prevention strategies in place, particularly with the production of butane hash oil.
The state does not allow the production of hash oil under any conditions. However, she wanted the code to specifically mention the restriction in case state regulations change.
Industrial park co-owner Terry Castor said the city has an opportunity to be in front of the industry.
“Last month Marion County commissioners voted not to allow marijuana to be grown in agricultural areas,” he said. “Silverton’s industrial park will be the only place it is allowed. This is projected to be a billion-dollar industry and puts Silverton in a unique position to nurture and grow this industry.”
The planning commission voted unanimously to recommend the city council adopt the code changes. Commissioners Jeff DeSantis and Clay Flowers did not attend the meeting.
The Silverton City Council will hear public comments during an open hearing on Jan. 4.
City council meetings are held at the Silverton Community Center at 421 S. Water St. The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Public comments can be sent via email to Silverton Planning Director Jason Gottgetreu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Jr. (Kathy); daughter, Jane Colvin Neill (Chuck); son, George Edward Colvin (Pam); grandchildren, John Colvin, Sara Chandler Amthor, Martin Colvin, Marion Colvin and Abigail Colvin; and three great-grandchildren. She also leaves behind other family, her friends and her church family.
Jane Ella was born on January 20, 1931 in Hale County, Alabama. She was the daughter of George Searcy Martin and Marion Traylor Martin. She graduated from Akron High School and married Hubert Chester Colvin. She lived her entire life in her beloved community of Stewart, Alabama and devoted her life to her family, church and to running her family’s general store. Jane Ella loved God, touched the lives of those around her and will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Concord Cemetery Association (2921 County Rd 59, Moundville, AL 35474) or to the Stewart United Methodist Church (10291 AL Hwy 60, Moundville, AL 35474).
All obituaries taken from the website of the corresponding funeral home unless otherwise noted.