Obituary of Floyd Harrison Amburn
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Floyd Harrison Amburn, age 77, born July 21, 1943 in Licking Missouri to Susie Crabtree and Henry Amburn. Floyd passed away at his home on September 18, 2020 Floyd is survived by his wife, Lois Carol Amburn of Licking; his children, Floyd Maurice (Heather)Amburn of Labadie, Mo, Deana (Mike) Dorscher of Oakland, Iowa, and Steven Hall of Kirkwood, Mo; and his siblings Lloyd (Tiny) Amburn, Lois Layton, Vivian Wydles, and Pearl Hinton. Floyd is proceeded in death by his parents, Susie Crabtree and Henry Amburn; one son, Bobby Harrison Amburn; and his siblings Carl Amburn, Billie Joe Amburn, Margie Edgeman, Maxine Davenport, Ruthine Misplay, Helen Kimmey , Wilma Best, and a set of twin siblings; and one granddaughter. Floyd was born and raised in Licking, Missouri. He graduated from Licking High School on May 24, 1962. He moved to St. Louis, married Janet DeWitt, and had two sons Floyd Maurice Amburn and Bobby Harrison Amburn. On October 16, 1971, he married his wife, Lois Carol Johnson, and had a daughter Deana Dorscher (Amburn) and one son Steven Hall. Floyd was a carpenter for 20 plus years. In June 1982, he became a professional Barber. He has been a barber for 30 plus years, he has made lots of lifelong friends. Floyd worked beside his wife side at Major Cuts for 20 plus years. Floyd opened his own barber shop (Floyd’s Barber Shop) in Licking, Mo in the year 2000. He used to love to jig and square dance. Floyd was in the Jigging Juniors with his wife, Lois; he also square danced with the Ozark Jiggers on T.V... Floyd loved to hunt on the family farm, especially with his son Floyd Maurice Amburn. He builds deer blinds, go fishing, loved his John Deere Tractors and he loved his grandkids. Floyd has 13 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Floyd will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Floyd Amburn, please visit our Tree Store
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