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Obituary - Laurel Cottingham



Laurel Elaine Roberts Cottingham, age 36, of Salem, Missouri, passed away  May 22, 2018, at Boss, Missouri.

Memorial Visitation for Laurel Cottingham will be held Monday, May 28, 2018  from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Wilson Mortuary Salem Chapel. A Celebration of Life Service for Laurel Cottingham will be held Monday May  28, 2018 at 6:00 PM at Wilson Mortuary Salem Chapel. 

2nd Memorial Visitation for Laurel Cottingham will be held Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM at Valley Springs/Brushy Creek Lodge and Resorts in Black, Missouri with a Celebration of Life Service following at 7:00 PM

Laurel Cottingham is survived by: Husband: Andy Cottingham, Salem, Missouri; Mother: Margaret Hubbard, North Carolina; Father: Howard Roberts, formerly of Shelbyville, Tennessee; Children: Raegan Elaine Smith and husband, Morgan, Maples, Missouri Jana Catherine Ledbetter, Shelbyville, Tennessee; Mia Grace Tavares, Salem, Missouri; Brother: Jed Browning, Nashville, Tennessee; Sisters: Susan Farr and husband, Kevin, Marshfield, Missouri; Kim Moser and husband, Dee, Salem, Missouri; Grandmother: Dorothy Hubbard, North Carolina; Extended family and Friends

Memorials may be made to Wilson Mortuary for the Family of Laurel Cottingham.
 

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