Dalton Wilkinson, 25, of Higginsville, died December 29th at Centerpoint Medical Center. 

He was born May 17, 1994 in Marshall to Deric and Julie (Madison) Wilkinson.

He grew up in Waverly and was a 2012 graduate of Santa Fe High School. He attended UCM and graduated in 2015. While in college he served an internship with Cargill in Milwaukee, WI. After graduation he stayed with Cargill, moving to Springdale, AR. He moved back to Missouri to work for Mast Technology as a safety manager and currently was working in that capacity for River Valley MFA Agri Service. 
Dalton was an all-state athlete and an avid outdoorsman. 

He is preceded in death by a sister, Shelby Ann Wilkinson and grandparents, Steve Wilkinson and Pattie Petet.

He is survived by:  
Father:            Deric and Regina Wilkinson     of Higginsville
Mother:           Julie and Shawn Davenport      of Concordia
Brother:          Wyatt Wilkinson                     of Odessa 
Grandparents: Sonia Allison (Kenny)              of Marshall
                      John Madison (Lee)                of Bethany
                      Judy Lieser                            of Alma
                      Wayne Lieser                         of Higginsville
                      Bill and Marilyn Davenport        of Higginsville
Great Grandparents:  CW and Betty Browning of Higginsville 
​Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends

Visitation will be held Sunday, January 5th from 4-7 pm at the Salem United Church of Christ

Funeral Services will be held Monday, January 6th at 10 am at the Salem United Church of Christ, officiated by Dr. Tommy Faris, Pastor and Pastor Jerry Curry of Victory Christian Fellowship church.

Casket bearers will be Cale Brunkhorst, Andrew Curry, Christian Boehmer, Chad Tieman, Caleb Morrison, Colby Stuart, Andrew Smith, Torrey Lovercamp

He will be buried at the Carroll Memory Gardens Cemetery in Carrollton, MO. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Dalton Wilkinson Memorial Fund c/o Wood and Huston Bank

Condolences may be emailed to the family at: Kaiser-Wiegers@ctcis.net, or left in the online guest book on this website.

Kaiser-Wiegers Funeral Home