The Sedalia - West Central Missouri Archaeological Society, a chapter of the Missouri Archaeological Society, meets the fourth Saturday of every month (excluding January, November and December). Most meetings start at 7:00 PM and are held in the lower level of the Farm Credit Services building at 2600 S Limit Ave, Sedalia, MO, 65301. We have an annual artifact show.
Sedalia - West Central Missouri Archaeological Society
Chapter Officers - Year 2011

 Tom Hartline, Marshall MO

1st VP (Program Chair):
 Rich Moore, MO

2nd VP:
 Clancy Leiter, Sedalia MO

3rd VP
  Tommy Remington, MO

 Jean Hoyne, MO

Membership Committee Chair:
 Jean Hoyne, MO

Recording Secretary:
 Sandra Bird, Lincoln MO

Corresponding Secretary:
 Brad & Jenyfer Simmerman, MO
Board of Trustees - 2010

Active Trustees

 Larry DesCombes, Leeton
 Tim Dunham, Otterville
 Tom Hartline, Marshall
 Robert McFarland, Holden
 Rich L Moore, Clinton
 Tom Ragan, Sedalia
 Brad Simmerman, Clinton
 Dr Gary Rex Walters, Laurie
 Dwight Whitton, Clinton 
 Dr John Yoder, Holden

Trustees Emeriti

 William J Eschbacher, Sedalia
 Dr Tom T Hoyne, Stover
 Eldon C Leiter, Sedalia
 Richard Lilly, Sedalia
 Frank Spicer, Warrensburg
We are the Sedalia - West Central Missouri Archaeological Society, a Chapter of the Missouri Archaeological Society: Individuals gathered to learn more about history, artifacts, and their preservation. Our specific mission is as follows:
We invite you to join us! We welcome visitors and encourage new members to enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie of our chapter while learning more of the world around us and the history that helped make us who we are.

Mission Statement
  • Further the study of archaeology, with special emphasis on West Central Missouri and the Midwest.
  • Employ scientific methods in research, publish research and encourage this in others.
  • Catalog and safely preserve artifacts, books, maps, pictures, archives and other materials of merit within the scope of archaeology.
  • Cooperate with the Missouri Archaeological Society and other worthy organizations in the field.
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Longtime member of the Sedalia Archaeological Society, Frank Spicer, 94, passed away on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at the Missouri Veteran's Home, Warrensburg of complications resulting from pneumonia. He was preceded in death by his wife, another longtime member of the Society, Katye Nichols Spicer in 2007. Visitation will be Friday, December 3, 2010 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Williams Funeral Chapel, Warrensburg. A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, December 4, at 3:30 p.m. also at Williams Funeral Chapel.  For more information and the obituary, please go HERE.

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