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Darius William Sewell March 12, 1972 – May 10, 2020

Darius William Sewell, 48, of Salisbury, MO, passed away on Sunday, May 10, 2020 in Dalton, MO.  Memorial services will be held at Breshears Memorial Chapel in Brunswick, MO on June 10, 2020 at 1:00 P.M.  Pastor Vic Comstock will officiate the service.  No visitation will be held.  Burial will be in McCullough Cemetery in Triplett, MO.

Darius was born on March 12, 1972 in West Point, NY, the son of Ronald and Carol (Neville) Sewell. Darius graduated from Brunswick High School in Brunswick, MO in May of 1990. That summer he joined the United States Army and honorably served his country until October 23, 1992. During his service he earned the National Defense Service Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon, and earned expert badges for the M-16 and for grenades.

Darius worked as a laborer for Monnig Industries in Glasgow, MO until his passing.  He attended the Family Life Fellowship Church in Moberly, MO.  Darius loved fishing, working in the yard, video games, and his family.

Darius is survived by his wife of the home, Silvia; his son, John Cowherd of Higginsville, MO; two step-children, Annabeth Lee-Regier of Salisbury, MO and Aidan Lee-Regier of Kansas City, KS; his mother, Carol Sheppard of Triplett, MO; three siblings, Aaron Sewell of Raytown, MO, Damon Sewell and his wife Nicole of Macon, MO, and Ashley Sewell and his wife Jennifer of Marshall, MO; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Terry and Barb Winther, of Omaha, NE; and two sisters-in-law, Wynetta Jones and her husband Keith of Omaha, NE and Nichole Winther of Omaha, NE; he is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Darius was preceded in death by his father, Ronald Sewell, his stepfather, Robert Sheppard, and his grandparents, John and Dorothy Neville, and Virgil and Rena Sewell.

Honorary pallbearers will be Keith Jones, Terry Winther, Phillip Dicus, Aaron Sewell, Damon Sewell, and Ashley Sewell.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations to Larry’s Warriors, McCullough Cemetery, or support the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by donating to CommCare in Kansas City, MO, which is our local crisis center. Donations may be left at or mailed to Breshears Memorial Chapel, 207 W. Broadway, Brunswick, MO, 65236.

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