Mia Payne Death – Mia Aliza Payne of Doniphan, MO, passed away on Sunday, September 3, 2023. Her loved ones are mourning the unexpected news of her passing. According to her obituary, Mia’s smile would brighten up a room, and her laughing would make those around her smile as well. She made everyone around her feel happier and more upbeat. Mia delighted in spending time on the Current River, where she could fish and hunt. She has a soft spot for pets.
Mia delighted in the process of making a wide variety of lovely works of art because to her natural ability in the arts and crafts. She also enjoyed working in her garden. According to Brittnay Walters, they have planned for a benefit for Mia to be on September 16th at 4 at the J.A. Ashby VFW Post 3485!.Cajun Country is will be catering. They are accepting any sort of auction donations, it does not matter what.
On Saturday, September 9, 2023, the visitation will begin at noon in the chapel of the Edwards Funeral Home, and the funeral service will take place at 2:00 p.m. following the visitation. The funeral service will be officiated by Carl Harp, and the burial will take place in Macedonia Cemetery.
RELATED ARTICLE: One dead, two injured in Ripley County accident
After a crash that occurred just west of Doniphan, a guy from Doniphan was found to have passed away, while two persons from Poplar Bluff were critically injured. The collision took place on Highway 142 at approximately 8:50 a.m., on the morning of August 20. The Doniphan resident Robert Collett, 78 years old, was driving west in his pickup truck when it allegedly crossed the center line and collided with another pickup truck that was heading east, as reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Collett was pronounced dead at the hospital. Daniel A. Venable, the driver of the other truck, was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Memphis due to the severity of his injuries. Amanda Venable, who was riding as his passenger, was also gravely hurt. She was sent for medical attention at a facility located in Poplar Bluff.
According to MSHP, both vehicles were destroyed in the collision, and none of the people involved were wearing seat belts at the time of the incident.
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