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Doyle Nauman of Darling International passes away

Long-time provider of ingredient prices for Feedstuffs passed away Dec. 1.

Doyle Dean Nauman, 59, Union, formerly of Mound City, Missouri, and Memphis, Tennessee, passed away Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018.

He worked for Darling Ingredients for 24 years in international marketing and sales management. He enjoyed international traveling, playing golf and spending time with his family.

He was a long-time provider of ingredient prices for Feedstuffs in our weekly ingredient listings. He offered great insight to our readers over the years regarding market commentary on ingredient price movements.

He was born April 21, 1959, in Mound City, to Duane and Martha Anne Nauman.

Doyle graduated from Holt County R-II High School in Mound City, and Northwest Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science.

Doyle was preceded in death by his mother.

Doyle is survived by his wife Maree Howell. Additional survivors include: two daughters, Rebecca Quinn (Ryan), Memphis, Victoria Liffrig (Thomas), Orlando, Florida; father, Duane L. Nauman, Mound City; brother, Duane A. Nauman (Linda), Mound City; sister, Gale Ball (Ralph), Fairfax, Missouri; and granddaughter, Lucy Quinn.

Farewell Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, Mound City United Methodist Church. Interment to follow at Mount Hope Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Pettijohn & Crawford Family Funeral Service, Mound City.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Cancer Society or Mound City United Methodist Church.

Online guest book and obituary at www.pettijohncrawford.com.


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