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Calvin  Mayo

Calvin Earl Mayo

August 4, 1923 - May 14, 2020
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Obituary

Calvin Earl Mayo, age 96, passed away on Thursday, May 14, 2020 at Oakwood Specialty Care in Albia, under the care of Care Initiatives Hospice.   He was born on August 4, 1923 to Herbert and Grace (Chilton) Mayo.

He married Gladys E. Overturf at their farmhouse south of Blakesburg.   He was a farmer most of his life. He liked John Deere tractors, bird watching, and was a tinkerer.  He enjoyed time spent with his family.

Calvin is survived by his sisters-in-law,  Thelma Wood of Blakesburg, Helen (Bernard) Theulen of Blakesburg, Bettye Overturf of Arizona; nieces and nephews, Linda (Al) Roman, Tim (Ann) Overturf, Jeff (Ilene) Johnson, Susan (Bruce) Dake; great nieces, nephews,  cousins, and friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Herbert and Grace Mayo, spouse, Gladys; sisters, Helen and Beth, and brothers, Louis and Malcom. 

Graveside Services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at Shaul Cemetery in Ottumwa with Pastor Jim Ellis officiating.  Services will be livestreamed on the Sinnott Funeral Home facebook page and also the funeral home Youtube channel.  You will also be able to view the services on Calvins obituary page on the website at the conclusion of services.   In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Blakesburg Fire Department, in care of Sinnott Funeral Home, 2030 Hwy 5, Albia, Iowa. Online condolences may be left for the family at sinnottfuneralhome.com.   
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    Location
    Shaul Cemetery
    Address
    1339 Bluegrass RD
    Ottumwa, IA 52501
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Patricia Jones Shaw

Posted at 09:32pm
Over eighty years ago, we moved to a farm in the Columbia community in Wapello County. The Mayo family were our closest neighbors. They were such good neighbors! Calvin and his Dad were quiet men and didn't say much. Malcom and Beth were more verbal. They kept in contact with our family most of their lives.
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Linda Roman

Posted at 04:28pm
I will always treasure the visits to the farm growing up. Uncle Calvin delighted in gentle teasing about my being a "city kid" and challenged me to take part in many of the farm chores. He was quiet but always observant; a man of few words but often the few were very humorous. I remember riding the John Deere tractors and playing with the many tractor models, wearing the many JD hats and helping with jigsaw puzzles. Aunt Gladys and Uncle Calvin and I often went for countryside car rides; it seemed it was always raining and I was always getting in mud to the top of my boots much to his dismay. Fun times. Wonderful memories. Rest in peace Uncle Calvin.
Niece Linda Roman
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