Juanita Pearl (Nida) Eutsler
Juanita Pearl (Nida) Eutsler, of Greenfield, Missouri, passed away February 12, 2021, in the Dade County Nursing Home at the age of 92.
She was born on October 2, 1928 in Miller, Missouri, to George W. and Hattie (Jones) Nida. On April 16, 1949, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Pearl and Harry J. Eutsler were united in marriage and shared over 71 years together before Harry’s passing in 2020.
Pearl was an LPN and worked for several years at the Missouri State Sanatorium in Mt. Vernon, Missouri. Pearl and Harry purchased the Dadeville Drive-In and the Dadeville Service Station in 1971, and later owned and operated a service station in Greenfield along with the Distribution Station.
Pearl then went back to nursing and helped where she could at the Dade County Nursing Home. She was active in her church, Glad Tidings Assembly of God and enjoyed leading music and teaching Sunday School. Above all, Pearl adored her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren, she loved spending time with them.
Pearl is preceded in death by her husband, Harry J. Eutsler; brothers: Alfred Nida, Albert Nida, Otis Nida; sisters: Hazel Ross, Edyth Hughes, and Bonnie Fish.
Pearl is survived by her son, Michael Eutsler and wife, Donna, of Everton, Missouri; two grandchildren: Chad Eutsler and wife, Crystal, of Everton, Missouri; and Corey Eutsler and wife, Nicole, of Harrison, Arkansas; six great-grandchildren: Nichelle Eutsler of China; Harlie Anderson of Harrison, Arkansas; Ellie Eutsler of Everton, Missouri; Ethan Eutsler and wife, Becca, of Everton, Missouri; Logan Eutsler of Springfield, Missouri; and Hunter Eutsler of Springfield, Missouri; three great-great-grandchildren: Rorik Eutsler of Everton, Missouri; Kaspar Eutsler of Everton, Missouri; and Hildi Eutsler of Everton, Missouri; one brother-in-law, Robert “Bobby” Eutsler and wife, Dorothy, of Halltown, Missouri; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Graveside services were held Sunday, February 14, 2021, in Miller Memorial Gardens in Miller, Missouri.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be given to a church or dementia organization of their choice in Pearl’s name.
Arrangements were under the direction of Wilson-Griffin Funeral Home, Ash Grove.
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