Lyle “Butch” E. (Everett) McMillin

Lyle “Butch”
 E. (Everett)
 McMillin
Lyle “Butch” E. (Everett) McMillin, of Cole Camp, Missouri, passed away at 3:32 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, 2018, from the results of a tractor accident on Highway 65, near Sedalia, in Pettis County, Missouri.
Butch lived a cattleman’s life and was granted an earthly life of 62 years, 11 months, and 14 days.
It was on August 7, 1955, in Osceola, Missouri, that the Lord Blessed the home of Henry Everett and Carmen G. (Hart) McMillin. Butch attended Freedom School, a one-room schoolhouse near Osceola and graduated with the class of 1973, from Warsaw High School. He proudly enlisted and served in the United States Navy.
Butch had found a person that soon made him happy, and on April 18, 1998, at the First Baptist Church in Cole Camp, he exchanged vows with Jill Renee Cusick making her his beloved wife. Butch and Jill lived happily, sharing 20 years of love and commitment and making lasting memories.  He owned and operated B&L Auto Salvage and M&M Auto Salvage for over 20 years in Kansas City and Independence, Missouri. He was the manager of American Auto Supply in Sedalia from 1995 to 2015. Butch had a deep respect and love for his herd of Charolais cattle. He moved to Cole Camp, to spend his days highly devoted to and raising and developing his registered Charolais herd. Butch loved every single cow granting them with exceptional care. He adapted to this lifestyle quickly with the comfort and ease of a true cattleman. 
Butch believed in the Lord and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Cole Camp, Missouri.
He is survived by his devoted and loving wife, Jill of their home; two daughters, Erica M. Pfannenstiel (Steven) of Sedalia, Missouri,  and Erin L. Mabry-Mifflin (Travis) of Warrensburg, Missouri; three sisters, Cynthia S. Davis (Ed) of Warrensburg, Della M. Campbell (Fred) of Raytown, and Grace E. Sprague (Floyd) of Kansas  City, Missouri; 14 half-siblings, Jim Ed, Jewell, Geneva, Jesse, Jack, Bill, Bud, Nancy, Pansy, Junior, Peggy, Warren, Sheila and Lyla; five grandchildren, Tayton, Zane, Ashleigh, Ryder and Hattie Belle.
He was preceded in death by parents, Henry McMillin and Carmen Cronmiller.
Graveside Services were held will commence at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, July 26, 2018, at Shiloh Cemetery, Warsaw, Missouri with Pastor Tom Cook officiating. 
There will be Full Military Honors provided by the American Legion Post #305 and the United States Navy. 
Pallbearers: Ray Cusick, Steven Pfannenstiel, Travis Mifflin, Vern Burton, Tim Burton, and John McMillin.
Honorary Pallbearers: Dean McMillin, Junior McMillin, and Ronnie Rickenberg. 
In lieu of flowers and as an expression of sympathy memorial contributions are suggested to family choice, in loving memory of Lyle. 
Serving the family, Fox Funeral Home, Cole Camp, Missouri. http://www.foxfuneralhomecolecampmo.com/ 
 

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