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Life Story for Martha Lue McClintock (Mitchell)

Martha Lue  McClintock (Mitchell)
Martha Lue Mitchell McClintock, 76, of Maryville, Missouri wife of the late Gene Alan McClintock went home to be with her Lord on August 27, 2018 at Village Care Center of Maryville, Missouri.

Martha was born May 18, 1942 in Worth County to W.E. “Billy” & Pearl (LaMunyon) Mitchell.

Martha met and married Gene Alan McClintock. They were married December 26, 1959 at the First Baptist Church, Maryville, by the Reverend Howard Judah.

Martha attended the one room Elm Grove Country School and graduated from Maryville High School in 1960.

She graduated from Missouri Western State College, St. Joseph, Missouri as a registered nurse, then began her nursing career at St. Francis Hospital. After her kids were grown she graduated from NWMSU with her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

In the early 1980’s Martha and Gene moved to Wyoming where she worked as an administrator in a nursing home and was a nurse for Dr. Michael McInnis.

Martha and Gene moved back home to Maryville later and Martha went to work for the County Health Office in Maryville, where she enjoyed hosting the baby clinic for new moms. She also went to the area small towns and provided a blood pressure clinic for anyone who had a need. Martha worked as Dr. Amrit Singh’s nurse for many years, then went to work for Leslie Luke at the Care Clinic. After the passing of husband, Gene, Martha semi-retired and worked part time for the Maryville Schools as their school nurse, which she loved dearly.

Martha loved her church family and was a member of Laura Street Baptist Church, Maryville, where she served as the senior adult ladies Sunday school teacher and also sang in the choir.
Martha was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She enjoyed all animals and always had a dog. Her great granddaughter, Stella was a precious source of joy, and she loved getting visits at the nursing home from her.

Martha treasured the Word of God, cared deeply for people, and was generous to all.

She is survived by daughter Jean Anne Chitwood and spouse David of Ravenwood, Missouri, son, David McClintock of Maryville, grandchildren, Kailey Chitwood, Maryville, Jessica Emmerich & spouse Scott, California, Missouri, Sarah Dirksen & spouse Matthew, Maryville, Cody McClintock, Maryville, Walter Houston & spouse Melanie, Albuquerque, New Mexico, great grandkids, Stella & Henry Dirksen, Oren & Luella Emmerich, one sister, Carolyn Sue Tillman of Independence, Missouri.

Preceding her in death are parents Billy & Pearl Mitchell, husband Gene Alan, son William Shawn, brother-in-law Milton Tillman.

Funeral services will be held 11 AM, Friday, August 31, 2018 at Laura Street Baptist Church, Maryville, where the family will receive friends from 5-7 Thursday evening. Burial will be in the Nodaway Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Maryville. Memorials may be directed to the New Nodaway Humane Society.

Arrangements: Andrews-Hann Funeral Home, Grant City, Missouri.

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