Lorene Mayfield, 76, of Patton, MO, passed away Monday, May 15, 2017, at her son’s home in Jackson, MO.

She was born August 19, 1940, in New Wells, MO, daughter of Theo and Olga Koch Haertling.  She and Orville R. Perr were married September 17, 1960, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, New Wells, MO.  He passed away May 1, 1978.  Lorene later married Jerry L. Mayfield on October 18, 1992, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Jackson, MO. Jerry passed away November 24, 2016.

Lorene was baptized and confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran Church. She attended Immanuel Lutheran School.  Lorene had been a longtime faithful member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.  She had worked in the fitting department of the former International Shoe Factory and Lee Rowan in the packaging department, retiring in 2001. She enjoyed cooking, baking, and working with her husband on the farm.  She had a gift of helping others.

Loving survivors include her daughter, Karen Cunningham of Jackson; sons, Orville Perr, Jr. of Jackson; Scott (Dana) Mayfield and Jamie (Nancy) Mayfield both of Patton, and Jason (Kassi) Mayfield of Millersville; eleven grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren, two sisters, Alida Evans of Frohna and Lorna (Kenneth) Steffens of Altenburg; one brother; Ruben Haertling of New Wells, and many loving nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Orville Perr, husband Jerry Mayfield;

son; Jeffery Mayfield, grandson; Jesse Brown; and four brothers, Elton “Fletch,” Harlen, Clinton, and Wayne Haertling.

Friends may call Wednesday, May 17, 2017, from 4 ~ 8 pm at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Jackson.  Visitation will also be on Thursday, May 18, 2017, at 9 am until service time at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Jackson.

Funeral service will be Thursday, at 10 am at St. Paul Lutheran Church, with Rev. Joshua Schmidt officiating.   Committal Service and Interment will follow in Pulliam Cemetery near Scopus, with Rev. Donald Slatton officiating.

Memorials may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Radio Broadcast, St. Paul Lutheran Altar Guild, or to Pulliam Cemetery Association.

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