• Carl Dale Vineyard

Carl Dale Vineyard

Aug. 27, 1934 - Oct. 19, 2019

Carl Dale Vineyard, 85, of Wellington, died Saturday, October 19, 2019 at home in Wellington. Born on August 27, 1934 in Parma MO, he was the son of the late Carl Marion and Hazel Marie (nee Bagby) Vineyard. Dale spent most of his life in southeastern Missouri before moving to Wellington in 1993.  

Faith was a primary component of Dale’s life; he was an active member of the New Life Assembly of God Church and the Good Samaritan Church, both of Wellington. He taught Sunday School for many years, and also served as a lay minister. Dale served in a ministry to local nursing homes. In his free time, he enjoyed golfing, fishing, working on puzzles, and playing board games with his family.  

Dale served in the United States Marine Corps near the end of the Korean Conflict. After his time in the military, he began working in the tire industry and owned his own tire companies in Kansas City, Butler and Ava Missouri. He later worked for Total Source Analysis in Environmental Testing.  

Survivors include his loving wife, Claudia (nee Maddux) Vineyard; children Carl Steven (Jennie) Vineyard, of Coatesville, IN, Daniel Ernest (Penny) Vineyard, of The Woodlands, TX, Kathleen Marie (Hal) Stiles, and Tamatha (Steven) Squire, both of Wellington; grandchildren Tyson D. Stiles, Stephanie E. Vineyard, Nathan C. Vineyard, Trevor D. Stiles, Trae M. Stiles, Nicholas P. Vineyard, Cordellia A. Squire, Jessica Morgan, Megan Cannon, Jeffrey Dugan, and Taylor Hatley; 15 great grandchildren; sisters Ruth Nelson, Doris Smith, both of Poplar Bluff, MO, and Paula Smith of Dallas TX. Dale was preceded in death by 2 grandchildren Thatcher M. Stiles and Claudia M. Squire.  

Friends and family will be received on Wednesday, October 23, from 4-6 p.m. at New Life Assembly of God Church, 108 West St, Wellington, and again on Thursday from 9 a.m. until the time of services beginning at 10 a.m. Rev. Dennis Aud will officiate and burial will follow at Greenwood Cemetery, Wellington. Expressions of sympathy may be shared online at www.eastmanfuneralhome.com.  

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