Miscellaneous Cowley County, Kansas Obituaries - 1997

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Joan Crow
Joan Crow, 66, homemaker, of 1119 Wheat Rd. in Winfield, died Jan. 17, 1997, at Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus in Wichita.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Wilmot Cemetery.
Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service until 8 tonight and 8 to 10 a.m. Tuesday.
A memorial has been established with Home Health Care. Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Crow was born Sept. 22, 1930, near Wellington, to John and Wilma (Smith) Worden. She attended the Prairie Center school near Wellington and Burden schools before graduating from Winfield High School in 1948.
On July 3, 1951, she married James F. Hensley, and the couple lived in Wilmot and Winfield. He died Feb. 25, 1954.
On Dec. 5, 1955, she married Dean Crow in Winfield. They resided in Winfield throughout their marriage. 
A homemaker, she had also been employed as a cashier for Dillons in Winfield.
Survivors include her husband, Dean Crow, two sons, John Crow and Jerry Crow, and a daughter, Judy Nation, all of Winfield; two sisters, Ada Hinson, Bertrand, Neb., and Roberta Van Fleet, Winfield; nine grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.

Donald Helin
Donald E. Helin, 64, of 212 E. Fifth, Lot 2, Winfield, died Jan. 18, 1997, at his home.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Winfield.
A memorial has been established with Hospice Inc.
Swisher-Taylor & Morris Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Helin was born Nov. 24, 1932, in Chicago, to Gustav and Sigred (Gustafson) Helin. He was educated in Chicago schools and graduated in 1950.
On March 6, 1953, he enlisted in the Army and was discharged on March 4, 1955. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal.
On March 25, 1995, he married Linda Aker in Winfield. 
Helin had been a contract painter for Dobson Decorators for 25 years.
Survivors include his wife, Linda Helin, Winfield; two sons, Glenn Helin, Colorado, and Mark Helin, Arizona; a daughter, Lisa Helin, Colorado; two stepsons, Joe Wiegman, Winfield, and John Wiegman, Wichita; three stepdaughters, Donna Prouty and Susan Popchoke, both of Winfield, and Angie Ohlhausen, Arkansas City; five brothers, Bill, Bob, Dick, Jim and Tom Helin; five grandchildren, 11 stepgrandchildren and four stepgreat-grandchildren.

Blanch Rush
Blanch May Rush, 95, longtime Winfield resident, died Jan. 18, 1997, at Winfield Rest Haven. 
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Grace United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. Wheeler Funeral Home of Burden is in charge of arrangements.
A memorial has been established with Grace United Methodist Church.
Rush was born Dec. 3, 1901, in Maple City, to Alfred E. and Amanda (York) Carroll. She attended an Otto rural school and graduated from Oswego High School.
She attended Kansas State College in Pittsburg and Southwestern College and taught in elementary schools for 10 years.
On April 23, 1932, she married Daniel Rush in Winfield. He died Nov. 6, 1975.
Rush was a member of Grace United Methodist Church and active in United Methodist Women. She taught the Home Builders Sunday school class for 10 years.
She was a past matron of the Order of Eastern Star, a 50-year member of Rossetti Circle and a member of the Social Order of Beauceant.
Rush was also a member of the Winfield Organaires, the Kansas Authors Club and the Kansas chapter of the Midwest Chaparral of Poets. 
In 1963 she wrote "Seventy-Five Years in His Service" for the 75th anniversary of Grace United Methodist Church. In 1970 she published "Saddle Horse Days," the history of the Rush family, and in 1983, "Jayhawk Children."
Survivors include three stepdaughters, Louisa Davidson, Odessa, Texas, and Bertha Hallman and Alice Moore, both of Winfield; 24 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Norma Oakley
WELLINGTON - Norma LaRue Oakley, 80, homemaker, died Jan. 19, 1997, in Wellington.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hatfield-Smith Funeral Home in Belle Plaine. David Wilkus will officiate. Burial will be in Belle Plaine Cemetery.
Visitation will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Oakley was born March 23, 1916, at Udall, to Harmon and Grace (Sutton) Kiser. 
Survivors include her husband, Bill Oakley, Belle Plaine.

Delbert Maltby
BLACKWELL, Okla. - Delbert Arthur Maltby, 78, of Blackwell, died Jan. 3, 1997, in Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 6 in Blackwell Cemetery. The Rev. Bill Maxey officiated. Roberts and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
A memorial has been established with Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home.
Maltby was born Dec. 18, 1918, at Arma, to Arthur and Clara Wilma (Bloomer) Maltby. He lived in Kansas until moving to northern Oklahoma at the age of 14. He worked for the Blackwell Cheese Co. 14 months starting in 1941.
On May 31, 1941, he married Darrell Alzine Robinson in Blackwell, Okla. She died May 28, 1995.
Maltby worked for Blackwell Zinc Co., then for Wichita Forwarding Co. for 10 years. After returning to Blackwell in 1952, he again was employed by Blackwell Zinc Co. and continued working there until 1973.
Maltby was a member of the Blackwell International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge and First Church of God.
Survivors include a son, Robert Arthur Maltby, Winfield; two daughters, Wilma Kay Herren and Judith Ann Hurst, both of Blackwell; seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Alvin Legleiter
LACROSSE - Alvin Legleiter, 64, of LaCrosse, died Jan. 16, 1997, at Rush County Memorial Hospital in LaCrosse.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m. Jan. 20 at St. Michael's Catholic Church, LaCrosse. The Rev. Jim Dieker officiated. Burial was in LaCrosse City Cemetery.
Memorial contributions can be made to any charity.
Legleiter was born May 6, 1932, at Liebenthal, to Michael and Frances (Kreutzer) Legleiter. He was educated in Rush and Ellis county schools and graduated from Schoenchen High School. He also attended Josephium Pontifical College in Worthington, Ohio.
On Sept. 17, 1951, he married Delores Zimmerman in Schoenchen. She died Oct. 8, 1993.
A longtime LaCrosse resident, he was an accountant for the Farmers Co-op in LaCrosse from 1950 to 1967. He was employed with the U.S. Postal Service, then served as accountant and secretary at Dechant Motor Co.
In 1976, he joined the staff of the former Farmers and Merchants Bank where he served as assistant vice president in the insurance department. He owned and operated Legleiter Insurance Agency prior to his retirement in 1993.
Legleiter was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and LaCrosse Knights of Columbus Council No. 2970, for which he held many offices on the council and state levels. He was elected to the highest state administrative office in 1978 and 1979, that of state deputy of knights of the Knights of Columbus. He was also a member of the Bishop Cunningham Fourth Degree Assembly in Hays. 
Legleiter had served as LaCrosse city commissioner and as mayor.
Survivors include five sons, Gerard Legleiter, Sterling, Timothy Legleiter, Kingman, Florian Legleiter, Colorado Springs, Colo., Eric Legleiter, Hays, and Kurt Legleiter, Clovis, Calif.; two daughters, Gerianne Kuntzsch, Colorado Springs, and Mary Jo Tammen, Hays; two brothers, Gilbert Legleiter, Udall, and Raymond Legleiter, LaCrosse; four sisters, Rosanne Herrman, Sylvan Grove, Cilerena Kuhn, Haysville, Elsie Jacobs, Louisville, Colo., and Dorothy Roth, Derby; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Edna Pappan
ARKANSAS CITY - Edna M. Pappan, 84, of Arkansas City, died Jan. 17, 1997, at Medicalodge East in Arkansas City.
Services were held at 3 p.m. Jan. 20 in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. Jesse Kindred officiated. Hawks Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Pappan was born Nov. 24, 1912, in Kaw City, Okla., to Joshua and Minnie Maple. 
She married Joseph Elmer Kelley in May 1929. He died Nov. 28, 1933.
She married Garnold William Pappan on Oct. 19, 1935, in Newkirk, Okla. They lived in Colorado for three years before moving to Arkansas City. He died May 20, 1992.
Survivors include a son, Joe Kelley, Winfield; six daughters, Glenda Womack, Arkansas City, Juanita Warren, Arcadia, Okla., Judy Gordy, Oklahoma City, Patricia Tracey, Farmington, N.M., Vera Morris, Lyons, and Charlotte Lynch, Wichita; 26 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren.

Eleanor Anderson
EL DORADO - Eleanor Jones Anderson, 81, of El Dorado, died Jan. 17, 1997, at Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus in Wichita.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Westside Freewill Baptist Church in Wichita. Graveside services and burial will be at 2 p.m. in Evergreen Cemetery in Emporia.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Free Will Baptist Foreign Missions and left at Carlson Funeral Home, El Dorado.
Anderson was born Sept. 9, 1915, at Fowler, to Henry and Lucy (Conrad) Salmon. 
She married Brodie Jones in Emporia. He died in 1968.
On Nov. 1, 1974, she married Jim L. Anderson in Miami, Okla.
Anderson had lived in El Dorado since 1958 when she moved there from Emporia. She was the former owner and operator of A&W Drive-In in El Dorado.
She was a member of Westside Freewill Baptist Church in Wichita and the Wichita Gem and Mineral Society. 
Survivors include her husband, Jim L. Anderson, El Dorado; two sons, Steve Jones and John Phillip Jones, both of El Dorado; a stepson, Don Anderson, and two stepdaughters, Nancy Smith and Martha Anderson, all of Dallas; a brother, Ira Salmon, Fowler; two sisters, Alice Hoffman, Fowler, and Betty Endicott, Ponca City, Okla.; and five grandchildren.

Opal Simmons
AUGUSTA - Opal Simmons, 86, a resident of Sterling House in Augusta, formerly of Severy, died Jan. 18, 1997, at the Augusta Medical Complex.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Severy United Methodist Church. Pastors Robert Cooper, Brad Mann, Mark Simmons and Brian Simmons will officiate. Burial will be in South Lawn Cemetery.
Memorials have been established with the Severy Senior Center and Severy United Methodist Church. Contributions can be left at Zimmerman Funeral Home of Howard.
Simmons was born May 2, 1910, in LaHarpe, Ill., to Leroy Elmer and Rachel D. (Spiker) Shugart. The family moved to Missouri where she graduated from high school in Knox City in 1928. After high school, she moved to Climax and worked at a graocery store in Piedmont.
On May 4, 1929, she married Lewis Russell Simmons in Eureka. They owned and operated a restaurant in Climax for a brief time before living in several locations. In the early 1930s they returned to Kansas where they opened a cream station in Severy in 1936. They later added ice delivery service and began raising Angus cattle.
In 1954 they began operating Simmons Cafe and Service Station at the highway junction north of Severy and continued this business for many years.
During recent years, they lived in El Dorado and Augusta to be near family. He died Sept. 1, 1995.
Simmons was instrumental in establishing the Severy Senior Center, served as a 4-H leader and was active in the Kansas Republican Party. She was a longtime member of the Rebekah Lodge and was a past worthy matron and 50-year member of Columbia Chapter 142, Order of Eastern Star, of Howard. She was also a member of the Severy United Methodist Church.
Survivors include two sons, Lewis Simmons and J.W. Simmons, both of Augusta; a daughter, Joyce Mann, Littleton, Colo.; a foster son, Richard McPherron, Wichita; two brothers, Lewis Shugart, Summersville, Mo., and Eldon Shugart, Severy; 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandddaughter.

Katherine Huff
DEXTER - Katherine E. Huff, 74, of Dexter, former owner of Kay's Beauty Box in Winfield, died Jan. 20, 1997, at Walnut Hill Nursing Center in Winfield.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Ninnescah Cemetery, south of Udall. Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Memorials have been established with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the American Cancer Society.
Huff was born March 2, 1922, near Independence, to Lawrence and Thelma (Jones) Wise. When Katherine was a child, the family moved to Udall and she attended the Sand Creek rural school.
As a young woman, she moved to Winfield and graduated from Winfield High School in 1939. She later attended the Arkansas City School of Cosmetology.
On July 25, 1941, she married Kenneth E. Huff in Winfield. They resided in Chicago for a short time. During World War II, the Huffs moved to Winfield where she owned and operated Kay's Beauty Box for 16 years.
The couple moved to Dexter in 1966. She had resided at Walnut Hill Nursing Center since September 1996.
Huff was a member of the Church of Christ in Winfield.
Survivors include her husband, Kenneth Huff, Dexter; a son, Perry Huff, Winfield; a daughter, S. Elaine Adams, Kansas City, Kan.; a brother, Willard Wise, Dexter; a sister, Roma Mumford, Medicine Park, Okla.; and three grandchildren.

Alfred Radcliff
DEXTER - Services for Alfred J. "Hi" Radcliff, 95, who died Jan. 16, 1997, were held at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 20 at the First Christian Church in Dexter. The Rev. Norman Reeves officiated. Burial was in Dexter Cemetery with rites conducted by the Dexter Masonic Lodge.
Wilma Radcliff Gormley and Jim McCaffery gave family tributes.
Special vocal music selections were "How Great Thou Art," "Peace in the Valley" and "The Old Rugged Cross."
A memorial has been established with the Dexter Masonic Lodge.
Miles Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements.

Gareld Stillwell
ARKANSAS CITY - Gareld Leon Stillwell, 63, of Arkansas City, formerly of Winfield, died Jan. 17, 1997, at the South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Parker Cemetery. The Rev. Wade Graber will officiate. Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Stillwell was born March 21, 1933, in Dodge City, a son of Caney Franklin and Abby Catherine (Zilliox) Stillwell. He was raised and educated in Friend and graduated from Friend High School in 1951. He also graduated from Garden City Community College.
A farmer for many years on his parents' farm, Stillwell was also an oil field worker and sold steam cleaning machines. 
When he lived in Winfield, he was a member of the Assembly of God Church. In Arkansas City he attended the Assembly of God Church and the First Church of the Nazarene. Later he became a member of the First Baptist Church.
Survivors include a sister, Ruby Pitts, Lyons.

Eddie Dye
ARKANSAS CITY - Services for Eddie M. Dye, 94, who died Jan. 15, 1997, were held at 11 a.m. Jan. 18 in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. The Rev. Guy Rendoff officiated. 
A memorial has been established with Medicalodge East.
Swisher-Taylor & Morris Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Jimmie Harmon
Services for Jimmie Harmon, 85, who died Jan. 17, 1997, were held at 11 a.m. Jan. 20 in Swisher-Taylor & Morris Chapel. The Rev. Warren Smith officiated. Burial was in Highland Cemetery.
Special songs were "The Old Rugged Cross," "Amazing Grace" and "The Lord's Prayer."
Honorary casket bearers were Leonard Jacks, David King, James Lazelle, Charles Hinkley and Stanley Graham.
Casket bearers were William, Matthew and Michael Peters, Larry Wiles, Jason Harmon and Bill Tredway.
Memorials have been established with First Baptist Church and Hospice Inc.

Andy Hibbard
EUREKA - Edward Andrew "Andy" Hibbard, 84, died Jan. 13, 1997, in Eureka, where he had lived since 1952.
A memorial service was held at 2 p.m. Jan. 21 in Campbell-Kelley Funeral Home, Eureka. Burial was in Toronto Cemetery.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Andy Hibbard Memorial Scholarship Fund. Contributions can be sent to the funeral home.
Hibbard was born to Charles E. and Evie (Elizabeth Johnson) Hibbard on Aug. 21, 1912, near Toronto. He graduated from Fall River High School in 1930. 
Hibbard taught in various rural schools and continued his education at the University of Kansas, earning a bachelor's degree in economics and his law degree in 1941. He was admitted to the Kansas Bar and to the practice of law before the U.S. Supreme Court. 
In 1941 he married Uarda Sherry, who died in 1983.
On Dec. 30, 1986, he married Carlene Whitson-McGowan.
Hibbard was inducted into the U.S. Army in 1943 and spent several years in the Pacific Theater in the Fifth Army Corps as a criminal investigator for the military police.
He then worked for the Veterans Administration in Denver before transferring to the Social Security Administration and working in Cheyenne, Wyo., and the Kansas City area.
After moving to Fredonia, he entered into practice with Joseph A. Fuller, who owned the Wilson County Abstract Co., and studied to be an abstractor.
The family moved to Eureka after he passed his exam. He opened the Hibbard Abstract Co. in 1952 and operated it until 1989.
He also owned and operated A-OK Services Inc., a real estate and insurance agency, and his law practice.
Hibbard was a member and past president of the Eureka Lions Club, a Mason and a member of the Chamber of Commerce and the Greenwood County Fair Board for many years. He taught Sunday school at the Methodist Church and at various real estate seminars and classes at Butler County Community College.
He served on the Kansas Board of Abstractors and on local and national boards of insurance underwriters. 
Survivors include his wife, Carlene Hibbard; his children Edward A. "Hank" Hibbard, Blake Addington Hibbard, Artemisia Elizabeth Corcoran, Joseph Charles Hibbard and Cynthia Ann Hibbard; and two stepchildren, Sue Swartz and Mark Kennedy. All are of Eureka. There are also seven grandchildren and two stepgrandchildren.

Blanch Rush
Services for Blanch May Rush were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 21, 1997, in Grace United Methodist Church. The Revs. Jerre Nolte and Vern Livengood officiated. Burial was in Union Cemetery.
Louise Schuppener was organist, and Roxy Callison sang "Face to Face" and "Abide with Me."
Casket bearers were Rush's grandsons.
Special rites were conducted by Queen City Chapter 138, Order of Eastern Star, of Winfield. 
A memorial has been established with Grace United Methodist Church.
Wheeler Funeral Home of Burden was in charge of arrangements.

James Schmania
James Edward Schmania, 75, died Jan. 7, 1997, at Walnut Hill Nursing Center.
Services will be 10 a.m. Friday in the Winfield State Hospital and Training Center Cemetery. Chaplain John Riebhoff will officiate. Swisher-Taylor & Morris Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Schmania was born Oct. 15, 1921, in Leavenworth, to Peter and Trudy Louise (Gaurich) Schmania. He received an eighth-grade education in Leavenworth and then moved to Winfield where he had a lawn mowing service before retiring in 1990.
He lived at Good Samaritan Village for two years and at Walnut Hill Nursing Center for three years before his death.
Survivors include a friend, Carl New.

Blanche Heathman
Blanche E. Heathman, 102, of Winfield Rest Haven, former owner of Heathman Gift Shop in Winfield, died Jan. 20, 1997.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Highland Cemetery. The Rev. Steven Souther will officiate.
A memorial has been established with Winfield Rest Haven.
Heathman was born Aug. 6, 1894, in Missouri, to John and Martha Kinney. She was educated in rural Missouri schools and graduated from high school in Missouri. 
She married Clifton Heathman in St. Joseph, Mo. He died in 1967.
For many years they owned Heathman Tire and Battery Shop in Arkansas City. They moved to Winfield in the late 1940s, and she operated Heathman Gift Shop in the 900 black of Main for 10 years.
Heathman was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Kiwaniannes and various bridge clubs.
Survivors include a son-in-law, C.D. Dohrer, Oklahoma City, Okla., and five grandchildren.

Georgianna Phillips
NEWKIRK, Okla. - Georgianna Phillips, 80, longtime resident of Newkirk, died Jan. 20, 1997, in South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center, Arkansas City.
A vigil was held at 4 p.m. Jan. 21 in Miller-Stahl Funeral Chapel. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Jan. 22 in Trinity Episcopal Church, Arkansas City. The Revs. Bill Fulton, Fred J. Howard and Pernina Weatherman officiated. A graveside service was held at 3 p.m. Jan. 22 in the Kingfisher, Okla., cemetery. 
A memorial has been established with the Over 60 Club of Newkirk. Contributions can be made through Eastman National Bank.
Phillips was born June 9, 1916, in Kingfisher County, Okla., a daughter of Mark Charles and Persus (Vance) Strunk. When she was 18 months old, her mother died, and a short time later she was legally adopted by her uncle and aunt, Robert Theodore and Bessie Mae Strunk. She was raised and educated in Kingfisher and graduated from high school there. 
She then attended Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha before transferring to the University of Oklahoma. She graduated from OU with a degree in drama, then moved to California and worked in a department store for a year before returning to Oklahoma.
On Feb. 3, 1940, she married David Sidney Harned in Kingfisher. They made their first home in Oklahoma City and moved later to Alexandria, La., Hot Springs, Ark., and Little Rock, Ark. After he died in 1948, she returned to Newkirk to work for the Department of Human Services.
On Oct. 2, 1953, she married Thomas Ohio Phillips in Newkirk. They lived in Newkirk, and she continued working for DHS until her retirement in 1974. He died Dec. 18, 1971.
Phillips was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Arkansas City but attended the Assembly of God Church in Newkirk. She had been an active member of the Newkirk Business and Professional Women.
Survivors include a son, David S. Harned Jr., Carrollton, Texas; four daughters, Sylvia Howard, New York City, Phyllis Hege and Jonie Jene Hill, both of Oxford, and Tommy Gay Evans, New Orleans; 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Forrest Trautwein
MADISON, Wis. - Forrest J. Trautwein, 90, formerly of Sumner County, died Jan. 22, 1997, in Oakwood Lutheran Home in Madison.
Masonic services will be Saturday followed by a family service in the Sugar Grove Church, Dixon, Ill. The Rev. Kenneth Brooks will officiate. Burial will be in Palmyra Cemetery, Dixon. Jones Funeral Home of Dixon is in charge of arrangements.
A memorial service will be held later.
Memorial contributions can be made to any charity.
Trautwein was born April 3, 1906, in Sumner County, to Edward C. and Cora S. (Peddecord) Trautwein. He had been employed by Illinois Northern Utilities and Commonwealth Edison companies for 35 years prior to his retirement in 1966.
On March 29, 1934, he married Louise Brewster in Clinton, Iowa. She died April 16, 1995.
Trautwein was a 50-year member of Friendship Lodge 7 AF&AM, Dixon Elks Lodge 779, Dixon Gyro Club, Dixon Country Club and the First United Methodist Church of Dixon.
Survivors include two daughters, Dessa Sue Cassens, Madison, Wis., and Linda Louise Meister, Bloomington, Ind.; four grandchildren and twin great-granddaughters.

Joan Crow
WILMOT - Services for D. Joan Crow were held at 11 a.m. Jan. 21, 1997, in Wilmot Cemetery. John Crow gave family memories and tributes.
Vocal music included "Wind Beneath My Wings" performed by Paula Hoffman and "One Day at a Time" by Cristi Lane.
Casket bearers were Toby and Cory Nation, Cami and Amy Crow, Kennton, Tyler and Rendi Hoffman, Jessica Frazier and Amanda Hostetter.
Miles Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements.
A memorial has been established with Home Health Care Inc.

Hi Radcliff
DEXTER - Services for Alfred J. "Hi" Radcliff were held at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 20, 1997, at the First Christian Church in Dexter. The Rev. Norman Reeves officiated, and family tributes were given by Wilma Radcliff Gormley and Jim McCaffery.
Vocal music selections were "How Great Thou Art," "Peace in the Valley" and "The Old Rugged Cross."
Interment was in Dexter Cemetery under the direction of Miles Funeral Service.
A memorial has been established with the Dexter Masonic Lodge.


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