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Dwight Allen Pfeiffer, 59, of Prairie Home passed away January 25, 2012. He was born February 12, 1952 to Nelson and Fannie Pfeiffer of Prairie Home who have both preceded him in death. Dwight had a career in both law enforcement and emergency medical service over a span of 25 years serving many citizens of central Missouri. Dwight is survived by his wife and best friend Robin Tice Pfeiffer of Prairie Home, two children Mandy (Ray) Wells of Bunceton and Adam (Paige) Pfeiffer of Bunceton, three stepchildren David (Erin) Tice of Jamestown, Jennifer Tice of Prairie Home, Amanda Pfeiffer of Boonville, five grandchildren Kaitlin Tice, Mason Wells, Mattie Wells, Cooper Pfeiffer, and Emma Pfeiffer as well as numerous other family members. A memorial service will be held in his honor at the Jamestown Assembly of God Church 227 E Rowe, 65046 Monday January 30 at 1200. He will be loved and missed by many.
Steve Wittenberger says
Robin and family, My deepest sympathy to you and the family. Went to school with Dwight for 12 years, went home with him and him with me several times after school and always had a good time. Had many good times throught the High school years. As things went didn’t see each other as such as we should have, but always enjoyed visiting and reliving old time when we did run into each other. He will be missed by family and friends. Again, my deepest sympathy goes to the family.
Doug Clark says
I want to send my condolences to Robin and family. I have known Dwight for quite a while and he will be missed. Even though he is not physically with us his spirit remains. Again I am sorry to hear the news and send my condolences to family and friends.
Vicki Fain says
My thoughts are with the family during this difficult time. Steve and I both have fond memories of time shared with Dwight…we always had lots to talk and laugh about. I will treasure those memories and always hold a special place in my heart for him. Our sympathies to his family…take comfort in all the memories you’ve shared. He will be missed!
Teresa Kirschman Lynn says
To Dwight’s family,
I was saddened to hear of his passing. We were in the same class all twelve years at Prairie Home. When I think of Dwight, I remember how his stories entertained all of us. May you find comfort in your many memories. You have my sympathy.
Janie Higgins-Bonham says
My heart breaks for your family. Dwight was a good man that helped many people. Always kind and helpful. I am so sorry for your loss. He will be missed by many. God’s blessings to you….
John N. Zey says
Dwight Pfeiffer – Mr. Cool. What else is there to say. He was in my opinion the coolest guy at old PHHS, in the late 1960s. He was the Fonz before they invented the Fonz for TV. I spent some overnights at his house and he spend some at mine. I was very poor growing up but lucky to live in the PH area where people were nice and treated me well. Dwight never ever made me feel inferior. I was so proud of him for entering the service industries (EMT and Police work). Those individuals are among my heros not the so-called celebrities they throw at us on TV. The 13 graduates of PHHS 1970 now number 11. My family sends condolences to Robin, the family and my classmates from PHHS (1970). John Zey
Debbie and Tom Parks says
We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Dwight. Our thoughts and prayers are with you
Greg Stafford says
Dwight, It was always a fun shift to wotk with you! Your humor and smile were contagious. The world will be a little more cold and dark with you not here, but the memory of you will keep the hearts warm & bright.
For your family, I hope this passage will provide some comfort. Matthew 5:4
Job well done Dwight, it was a privilage and honor.
Cheryl Morrison says
My deepest Sympathy to the Pfeiffer family for your loss. Regretfully I was unable to formally thank Dwight for his kindness and compassion he showed me and my children when I lived in Bunceton back in the early 90’s. Because of his assistance I was able to be make the necessary changes in my life to succeed. God knows his compassionate heart and I thank God for sending him as his Angel to help me. Even though I made the call. His acts of kindness that day made all the difference in the world to me and my future. Thank you for believing in me when I had absolutely no one. Rest In Peace -Cheryl Morrison
Mamie Vollmer says
So sorry for the loss of your loved one. All your family will be in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Dwight was a well respected man and cared about his family. I will never forget him because he was a friend to everyone he met!
Happy Birthday Dad! I love you and miss you more than words can say!
Kent Richardson says
God Bless Dwight…..I am late to leave this message but know that I always thought highly of him and I have the deepest condolences for his family….he will be missed….