Troy M. “Marty” Flummer, 47, Browning, died Thursday, July 26, 2012, south of Milan.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at Browning United Methodist Church, Browning, with Rev. Wilburn Bennett officiating. Burial will be in North Salem Cemetery, North Salem. Pallbearers will be Kevin Smith, Shane McCabe, Randy Burns, Jeff Fefferson, Kevin Lentz and Jeff Bivins. Honorary pallbearers will be Jack Snyder, Bob King, George Sportsman and Gary Fullerton.
Memorials to his children may be left at or mailed to Rushmeier Funeral Home, 120 W. 4th, Milan, Mo.63556.
Marty was born December 11, 1964, in Leon, Iowa, son of Larry and Christine (Lentz) Cordray.
Marty attended Linn County R-1 School and graduated from Mercer High School. He had lived in Browning for the past 35 years. He attended the Assembly of God Church and was re-baptized June 17, 2012. He was a talented carpenter, mechanic, or could operate heavy equipment. He coached basketball, taught archery in 4-H, loved playing pool, hunting arrowheads, and working on classic cars. He never knew a stranger and always had a smile on his fame. He most of all loved being with his kids.
Survivors include his mother and step-father, Chris and Larry Cordray, Browning; his biological father, Ray Flummer; two daughters, Jackie Lynn Flummer and Kylie Flummer, of the home; one son, Cole Flummer, of the home; his maternal grandparents, Carl and Corinne Lentz, Lineville, Iowa; a half-brother, Danny Flummer; a half-sister, Rayann Chambers; three step-brothers, Tom Cordray and wife, Janet, Larry Cordray, Jr., and Chad Cordray; one step-sister, Regina and husband, Eddy Smith; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.