Ricky Alan “Sloot” Schluter, Jr. age 33, of Canton, MO, passed away Friday, June 12, 2020, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy, IL. He was born March 28, 1987, in Kirksville, MO the son of Ricky Alan Schluter Sr. and Mildred Elaine Clay.
Ricky is survived by his parents, Mildred and David Clay of Canton, MO, four children Taleah Elaine Schluter of Canton, MO, Jared James McCune of Canton, MO, Malachi Alan Schluter of LaGrange, MO, and Denver Alan Schluter of LaGrange, MO, four brothers David Lee Smith of Arizona, David “Torri” (Andrea) Clay of LaBelle, MO, Steven Clay of LaBelle, MO, and Doug Clay of Canton, MO, four sisters Tiara (Justin) Gooch of Dubuque, IA, Debra (Aaron) Matson of Canton, MO, Cynthia Jackson of Janesville, WI, Jessica Bunch of Springfield, IL, several nieces and nephews, numerous aunts and uncles, fiancé Danielle Casey of Canton, MO and his four-legged best friend, his dog (Diesel Alan Pup).
Ricky was preceded in death by his father, a brother Shannon Clay, his maternal grandparents Harold and Floretta Clay and his paternal grandmother Ann Ramsey.
Ricky lived in Canton most of his life where he received his education. He was employed in construction with Chester Bross in Hannibal for several years. He also enjoyed working part-time at The Tire Store for Adam and Jamie Griesbaum in Canton, MO. Ricky loved the Atlanta Falcons, St. Louis Cardinals, UFC Fights, bowling, throwing bags, dancing, making everyone laugh and spending time with his kids and mom.
Graveside services will be held 12 Noon Saturday, June 20, 2020, in the LaBelle Cemetery. Pastor James Salter will officiate the services.
Visitation will be held 9 a.m. till 12 noon Saturday, June 20, 2020 in the Coder Funeral Chapel in LaBelle, MO.
Memorials are suggested to the family. Memorials may be left at or mailed to Coder Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 151, LaBelle, MO 63447.
Due to Covid 19, seating is limited at the funeral home. During visitation, guests are expected to maintain a six-foot social distance, not to linger, no hugging or shaking hands and wear a mask if possible.