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Zane Nall

Zane Howard Nall

Saturday, November 18, 1939 - Monday, March 16, 2020
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Zane Howard Nall, 80, of Zalma Missouri passed away Monday, March 16, 2020, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.

He was born November 18th, 1939, to Samuel (Sam) Howard Nall and Freda Opal Nall (Null) from Zalma.
Zane Graduated from Zalma High School in 1958 and was stationed in Europe while serving in the Army. After traveling with the pipeline, he returned to Zalma and worked in the timber business until he retired.
From his childhood and throughout his life he enjoyed fishing and hunting, playing cards with his buddies “at the store”, and later absolutely loved Karoake singing. He was known to be an expert flathead catfish fisherman and occasionally would even sing rock and roll. He endeared others through his teasing, practical jokes and basically promoting a good time for all around him.

Survivors include his son, Vance (Cheryl) Nall of Shelby Township, Michigan; grandchildren, Zane and Olivia Nall of Shelby Township, Michigan; his wonderful companion of more than 22 years, Lorene Cavaner of Zalma; Lorene’s children JD and Serena; Serena’s sons Bryson and Baron; sister, Janet Nall of Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau, Missouri; brother, Dwaine “Deter” Nall of Zalma; sister, Donna (Tom) Masterson of Bardstown, Kentucky; sister, Dianna (Calvin) Smith of Cape Girardeau, Missouri; nephews, Ted, Jeff and Karl Triebsch of the Nelson Missouri area; Chris Triebsch of Lincoln, Nebraska; Dwaine Nall of Jackson, Missouri; and Darrin Haffner of New Hope, Kentucky; nieces, Heather Jones, Zalma; Kristy Haffner of Nashville, Tennessee; Alisha Gammon, St. Louis, Missouri; and 12 great nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Carolyn (Ted) Triebsch of Nelson Missouri.

A celebration of Zanes life will be held on Saturday, March 21st at 1:00 PM by his beloved pond on his property in Zalma Missouri.
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    Saturday, March 21, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, March 21, 2020 1:00pm
    Zane Nall Property
    8717 State Highway 51
    STURDIVANT, MO 63782
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    Zane Nall Property
    8717 State Highway 51
    STURDIVANT, MO 63782
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Dianna Smith

Posted at 01:30am
Zane was my older brother by 14 years. Since I was the baby, I was picked on quite a bit by him and my other brother Dwaine. They were determined to make me into a tomboy, but also to get a good laugh at my expense. An example was when they had me wade into our pond with one end of a seine to get crawdads while they stood on the bank holding the other end. Being only about 6 years old, the mud almost came up to my knees and I could barely walk, but there was no "being a sissy" in front of them. Once the big quest was over and there were in fact some crawdads in the seine, it was my job to pick up the crawdad Scissorhands and place them into the bucket. Of course, Zane cheered me on while secretly hoping for my little finger to go to that dark place of pain. When it did, I was immediately told how tough I was and how he knew I would never cry about such a small thing and so I didn't. A lot of people might call this bullying or even cruel. Looking back, it was a great lesson in learning self control and to have strength. Certainly the attention didn't hurt anything either. Miss you brother.

Karen Robey Shipley

Posted at 12:50pm
My late husband "Danny" Paul Daniel Shipley talked often about Zane and all his card playing friends who met at Papes Grocery in Zalma. He loved those card games and oh yes his fishing and fishing buddies. He caught his big flat head catfish not long before his death 7-14-1994. Prayers for all the family and friends.

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