Miscellaneous Cowley County, Kansas Obituaries - 1998

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Orba Campbell
Orba Idella Campbell, 102, a resident of Good Samaritan Village, formerly of 1318 John, Winfield, died Jan. 29, 1998, at William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Miles Funeral Service in Winfield. Burial will be in Latham Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.
A memorial has been established with the Children's Department at the Winfield Public Library. Contributions may be made through the funeral home.
Campbell was born Nov. 19, 1895, at Tryon in Lincoln County, Okla., to John J. and Lucinda Belle (Queen) Barnhill. Raised in Oklahoma, she received her education in Tryon area schools. In November 1910, at age 15, she moved with her family in a covered wagon to Kansas, and the family settled in the Upper Timber Creek community east of Atlanta.
On Dec. 11, 1912, she married Herbert Bonnell. The couple lived and worked on a ranch north of Latham until his death Aug. 8, 1925. Orba then moved to Latham where she was employed at the Latham Bank until its closure.
In 1936 she married Joe Campbell in Winfield. They resided at the Ferguson Ranch east of Cambridge before moving to Winfield in 1940. They later divorced. Mrs. Campbell continued to reside at 1318 John for over 50 years. She was well known as a devoted child care giver for many Winfield families.
A member of the Latham Christian Church, she had lived at Good Samaritan Village for the past several years.
Survivors include a daughter, Eunice Trible, Mankato, Minn.; a sister, Thelma Brantley, Winfield; seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
A son, Herbert Gayle Bonnell, died Oct. 16, 1996.

Donald Hadduck
Donald Miller Hadduck, 59, of Winfield, died Jan. 29, 1998, at William Newton Memorial Hospital.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Winfield State Hospital & Training Center Cemetery.
Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Hadduck was born Aug. 28, 1938, in Canon City, Colo., to George and Alva (Miller) Hadduck. Handicapped since birth, he lived with his parents in Colorado and Russell for many years. He later resided at Norton State Hospital and Parsons State Hospital and Training Center before moving to Winfield State Hospital & Training Center on Oct. 16, 1973.
In 1997 he moved into the Winfield community with the assistance of Southwinds Residential Services and Case Management Services. He had taken part in many Winfield activities during the past year.
Survivors include his parents, George and Alva Hadduck, McPherson, and his cousins, Lee and Doris Craven.

Merwin Lindley
Merwin E. Lindley, 70, of 612 Manning, Winfield, died Jan. 30, 1998, at his home.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Miles Funeral Service. Burial will be in Akron Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday and until noon Thursday.
A memorial has been established with the Feed the Children Fund. Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Lindley was born Aug. 31, 1927, near Clearwater, to Clare Emanuel and Valetta Orla (Daley) Lindley. As a young man, he began his career as a fireman with the Winfield Fire Department.
A veteran of World War II, he served as a combat medic with the U.S. Army in Japan and the South Pacific Theater. He served again in the Army during the Korean War.
On Aug. 11, 1957, he married Judy A. (Ireton) Huff in Winfield, and they resided in Winfield. They later divorced.
Lindley worked for the Winfield Fire Department for over 20 years. Following retirement, he worked for several years in the maintenance department of Good Samaritan Village.
Lindley attended the Church of the Nazarene. He was a life member of the National Rifle Association; Spencer Yarbrough Post 3544 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, which he served as chaplain; and Post 18 of the American Legion of Arkansas City.
Survivors include a daughter, Debbie Gent, Wichita; four sisters, Pat Gouwens, South Holland, Ill., Zelma Lawrence, Pasadena, Calif., Mae Patteson, Moline, and Maxine Jamison, Atlanta; and two grandchildren.
A son, Joseph Clare Lindley, died in February 1973.

Paul Valdois
NEOSHO, Mo. - Paul A. Valdois, 87, former longtime resident of Dexter and Winfield, died Jan. 31, 1998, in Neosho, Mo.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the First Assembly of God Church in Winfield. The Rev. Ken Davidson will officiate. Burial will be in Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington.
Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service until 9 tonight.
A memorial has been established with the First Assembly of God Church in Winfield.
Valdois was born Sept. 9, 1910, at Haven, to Paul H. and Bertha C. (Gravier) Valdois. He was educated in Rome schools in Sumner County.
On July 23, 1936, he married Florence Bell Hylton in Harrah, Okla. They lived in the Wellington area before moving to a farm near Dexter in the 1940s. In 1960 they moved to Winfield, and Valdois worked for 10 years as a truck driver with Butler Bros. Inc. He retired in 1972.
The couple moved to Neosho in 1994. His wife died Dec. 23, 1996.
Valdois was a member of the First Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include a son, Jerry Valdois, Neosho, Mo.; a daughter, Pauleta Mickley, Lawrence; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Lee Gurnee
Junior Lee Gurnee, 73, of 415 E. 19th, Winfield, died Jan. 30, 1998, at Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus in Wichita.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Miles Funeral Service. The Rev. John Stone will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home until 9 tonight and until service time Tuesday.
A memorial has been established with the American Lung Association.
Gurnee was born Dec. 12, 1924, near Rose Hill, to John Henry and Dessie Leona (Bilyeu) Gurnee. The family moved to Springfield, Mo., where he was raised and educated.
As a young man he was employed by a building maintenance firm.
A veteran of World War II, he served with the Lightning Division of the U.S. Army in Germany, France and Belgium.
Gurnee then moved to Kansas. On Jan. 31, 1946, he married Mary F. Williams in Wichita. They resided in Missouri for a year before moving to Winfield. For 18 years he was employed at Consolidated Flour Mill of Winfield, and for several years he worked at Wichita flour mills. He then worked for Binney & Smith, where he was a mechanic for 22 years. He retired in 1990.
Gurnee was a member of the Baptist Church. He was also a member and had served as president of the Kansas Studebaker Club.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Gurnee, and a daughter, Vickie Calvin, both of Winfield; four brothers, Jack Gurnee, Hallowell, Don Gurnee, Dayton, Ohio, Darl Gurnee, Arkansas City, and Victor Gurnee, Winfield; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
A daughter, Linda Lou Stout, died Feb. 14, 1996.

Berneice Reeves
Berneice Elizabeth Reeves, 87, longtime Winfield resident, died Feb. 1, 1998, at Good Samaritan Village.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the First Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Ken Davidson will officiate. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. in Green Leaf Cemetery at Muskogee, Okla.
Friends may call at Miles Funeral Service from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
A memorial has been established with the First Assembly of God Church.
Reeves was born Sept. 11, 1910, in Wilmington, Ohio, to Clinton and Edith (Sliker) Jordan. She was raised and educated in the Muskogee, Okla., area.
In 1930 she married the Rev. Earl Reeves in Muskogee. They lived in Wainwright, Okla., and Aluwee, Okla., before moving in 1942 to Wichita, where they lived for many years.
A licensed practical nurse for over 25 years, Reeves served primarily in private duty home nursing. She retired in 1975 and moved to Winfield in 1994. She resided at Walnut Towers before moving to Good Samaritan Village.
A member of the First Assembly of God Church in Winfield, Reeves was a longtime member of the Kansas Association of Licensed Practical Nurses. One of the pioneer leaders in establishment of licensed practical nurses as professionals in Kansas, she was a past president of the Wichita Chapter of LPNs.
Survivors include two sons, Earl Reeves, Columbia, Mo., and Robert Reeves, Jonesboro, Ark.; two daughters, Carole Bradshaw, Winfield, and Linda Easley, Springfield, Mo.; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Her husband and an infant daughter, Jeanne Marie Reeves, preceded her in death.

Luella Bonnell
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - Luella A. Bonnell, 85, longtime resident of rural Cedar Vale, died Jan. 31, 1998, at Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Wheeler Funeral Home Chapel in Cedar Vale. Burial will be in Cedar Vale Cemetery.
A memorial has been established with the Kansas Alzheimers and Similar Diseases Association.
Bonnell was born July 14, 1912, near Pawhuska, Okla., to Jess Robert and Maude (Todd) Wiggins. She graduated from the Nelogoney, Okla., high school in 1929.
On June 2, 1932, she married Everett Bonnell. They made their home on a farm west of Cedar Vale all their married lives. Bonnell worked in cafes and stores in Cedar Vale for several years and was a homemaker. Her husband died Oct. 20, 1981.
Bonnell moved to Pleasant Valley Manor in Sedan in October 1994.
Survivors include a son, Ralph Bonnell, Dewey, Okla.; a sister, Myrtle McCarty, Lawton, Okla.; and one grandson.

Doyle Sanders
CAMBRIDGE - Services for Doyle M. Sanders were held at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 31, 1998, in Cambridge Cemetery. The Revs. Ron Yocum and C.E. MacDonald officiated.
Lyman Wheeler sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "How Great Thou Art."
Wheeler Funeral Home of Burden was in charge of arrangements.

Viola Sexton
DEXTER - Viola O. Sexton, 78, longtime resident of Bartlesville, Okla., died Jan. 31, 1998, at Grouse Valley Manor in Dexter.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 2 in Cambridge Cemetery. The Rev. Fran Broadhurst officiated. Clayton Crawford sang "Amazing Grace" and "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?"
Honorary casket bearers were Jerry, Michael and Joe Ashenfelter, Christopher Wilhelm, Michael Bennet and Jason Braun.
A memorial has been established with the Cambridge Presbyterian Church.
Wheeler Funeral Home of Burden was in charge of arrangements.
Sexton was born May 31, 1919, in Fall River, to Samuel and Elsie (Mead) Huston. She graduated from Fall River High School.
On Dec. 26, 1937, she married Ralph W. Sexton in Paul's Valley, Okla. Following frequent moves with her husband's work and an extended stay in Independence, the Sextons moved to Bartlesville in 1964. Her husband died Nov. 19, 1988.
Sexton was a volunteer in schools in Lyons and Independence and Bristoe, Okla., and with the Girl Scouts. She also volunteered for many years at Jane Phillips Memorial Hospital in Bartlesville.
She was a member of the First Christian Church in Fall River and the Rebekah and Odd Fellows lodges in Independence.
Sexton moved to Grouse Valley Manor in 1995.
Survivors include two daughters, Sammie Wilhelm, Hays, and Rita Ashenfelter, Cambridge; three sisters, Anna Book, Andover, Elsie Compton, Waldport, Ore., and Lilah Leonardi, San Manuel, Ariz.; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

Harold Miller
EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - Harold W. Miller, 85, of East Stroudsburg, died Jan. 31, 1998, in Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at William H. Clark Funeral Home, 1003 Main, Stroudsburg. The Rev. Phyllis M. Hammel will officiate. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery.
Miller was born in Appenzell, Pa., to Eugene R. and Lucy (Hacker) Miller. He was a lifetime Monroe County resident, spending winters in Lantana, Fla., since 1963.
He retired in 1972 as a Mobil Oil distributor after 30 years in the business.
Miller was a member of Grace Lutheran Church; the J. Simpson Africa Lodge Ancient Free and Accepted Masons; the Keystone Consistory; the Irem Temple; the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks 319; the Fraternal Order of Elks 1106; the Loyal Order of Moose 1336 and the Woodmen of the World.
Survivors include his wife, Catherine B. (LaBar) Miller, East Stroudsburg; two sons, Earl H. Miller, Winfield, and Lester Brush, East Stroudsburg; four daughters, Barbara Halterman and Joyce Heller, both of East Stroudsburg, Joyce Beagle, Tobyhanna, Pa., and Linda Stroud, Suffolk, Va.; a sister, Doris Halterman, East Stroudsburg; 17 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson.

Shorty Dye
MAPLE CITY - A.H. "Shorty" Dye, 72, of Maple City, died Jan. 30, 1998, at the South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center in Arkansas City.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 2 in Memorial Lawn Cemetery.
A memorial has been established with the Memorial Lawn Cemetery Chapel Fund. Contributions can be made through Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home of Arkansas City.
Dye was born Oct. 14, 1925, in Rago, to Roscoe and Kate (Harding) Dye. He was raised and educated in the Cheney area. During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy.
On Nov. 26, 1949, he married Bonnie Stafford in Newkirk, Okla. They moved to the Maple City area in 1982.
Dye was a farmer and oil field worker for many years. He was a member of the Central Christian Church.
Survivors include his wife, Bonnie Dye, Maple City; two daughters, Karen Dye, Sterling, and Laura Dye, Stillwater, Okla.; a brother, Jack Dye, Ponca City, Okla.; and three sisters, Clara Melber, Ponca City, Okla., Bonnie Bolts, California, and Fern Lively, Blackwell, Okla.
A son, Harold Dye, preceded him in death.

Charles Gillock
ARKANSAS CITY - Charles Gordon Gillock, 86, lifelong resident of Arkansas City, died Feb. 1, 1998, at South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Riverview Cemetery. Jesse A. Kindred will officiate. Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Gillock was born Dec. 31, 1911, to Charles and Margaret Belle (Chatham) Gillock in Arkansas City. He attended Oak Grove Elementary School.
On June 5, 1937, he married Naomi Helen Fisher in Wichita. She died in 1990.
Gillock had been employed by Stephen's Dairy, New Era Flour Mill and Charles Hopkins as a service station manager.
Survivors include a brother, Tom Gillock, Arkansas City; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
A son, Daniel Gillock, preceded him in death.

Orba Campbell
Services for Orba Idella Campbell were held at 10 a.m. Feb. 2, 1998, in Colonial Chapel of Miles Funeral Service. The Rev. Jerre Nolte officiated. Burial was in Latham Cemetery.
Special vocal music was "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Amazing Grace."
Honorary casket bearer was Bill Trible. Casket bearers were Richard Dickenson, Julia Dillard, John Judd, Don Roberson, Larry Trible and Karen Vazirian.
A memorial has been established with the Children's Department of the Winfield Public Library.

Holly Mitchek
CHEYENNE WELLS, Colo. - Holly Jo Mitchek, 22, of Cheyenne Wells, a Southwestern College senior, died Jan. 26, 1998, in a car accident near Winfield.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 30 in the high school gymnasium in Cheyenne Wells. The Rev. Tom Kloppenborg officiated. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery at Cheyenne Wells. Hendricks-Love Mortuary of Burlington and Cheyenne Wells was in charge of arrangements.
A memorial has been established with Southwestern College.
Mitchek was born June 11, 1975, in Cheyenne Wells, to Charles and Marla Mitchek. She graduated from Cheyenne Wells High School in 1994. In high school she was a scholar/athlete, a student council officer and an officer of the National Honor Society.
She had held the high school track record for 300-meter hurdles and the triple jump since 1992. She also participated in volleyball, basketball and track and was a cheerleader and Tigerette.
At Southwestern College, Mitchek was a Student Government Association officer, treasurer of the Student Activity Association, vice president of Sigma sorority, a member of the Business Student Association and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and a student assistant in the business department.
She participated on the track team and dance team and had been a cheerleader.
She was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church in Winfield and a coach of the Winfield High School cheerleaders.
A senior majoring in business and computer information systems, Mitchek planned to graduate in May. She had already taken a job at the headquarters of Koch Oil Industries in Wichita.
Survivors include her parents, Charles and Marla Mitchek, a brother, Levi Mitchek, and a sister, Hillary Mitchek, all of Cheyenne Wells; her fiance, Brett Gottlob, Arkansas City; her grandparents, Dale Mitchek, Goodland, Iris McKellips, Cheyenne Wells, and Viola Carr; and a great-grandmother, Selena Ortiz.

Donald Hadduck
Services for Donald Miller Hadduck, 59, who died Jan. 29, 1998, were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 2 in the Winfield State Hospital and Training Center Cemetery. The Rev. Jerre Nolte officiated. The music selection was "Amazing Grace."
Miles Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements.

Beaulah Quimby
OXFORD - Beaulah Ellen Quimby, 88, formerly of Ponca City, Okla., died Jan. 22, 1998, at Riverview Manor Nursing Center in Oxford.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 27 in Grace Memorial Chapel in Ponca City. Danny Ginn officiated, and burial was in Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery.
Honorary casket bearers were Leon and Richard Quimby, Rick Totten, Kenny Ellis, Orin Ross, Dale Orr and John Fesler. Casket bearers were Gary and Mark Quimby, Shane Morris, Russell and Jeremy Hollingsworth and Terry Vanlandingham.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Oxford Friendship Center, 104 S. Sumner.
Quimby was born March 2, 1909, in Woodward, Okla., to William Robert and Sarah Ellen (Crozier) Dougherty. When she was a child, the family moved to Uncas, Okla.
On March 31, 1924, she married George Edwin Quimby in Newkirk, Okla. They lived on a farm near Kaw City before moving to Ponca City in 1977.
A homemaker, Quimby moved to Oxford in 1979 after her husband's death. A son, Leonard E. Quimby, and a daughter, Shirley D. Jones, also preceded her in death.
Survivors include a son, Vern E. Quimby, Ames, Okla.; a daughter, Vonda M. Hollingsworth, and a sister, Susie Ingles, both of Ponca City; 16 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren.

Elaine Adams
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - S. Elaine Adams, 53, of Kansas City, died Feb. 3, 1998, at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Memorial services will be held later at the Argentine Church of Christ in Kansas City. Swisher-Taylor & Morris Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements.
A memorial has been established with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Adams was born July 10, 1944, to Kenneth and Katherine (Wise) Huff. She was raised in Winfield and was valedictorian of the Winfield High School Class of 1962.
She attended Southwestern College and graduated from Kansas State University in 1966.
In September 1968 she married Terry Adams.
Adams had worked as a lab technician for Snyder Research Foundation, Snyder Clinic and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
She was a member of the Argentine Church of Christ.
Survivors include her daughter, Leonie Adams, Kansas City, Kan.; and her father, Kenneth Huff, and her brother, Perry Huff, both of Winfield.
A son, Jack Adams, preceded her in death.

Lois Mauk
DOUGLASS - Lois Venita Mauk, 91, of Douglass, died Feb. 2, 1998, in Wichita.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Christian Church. The Rev. Cliff Muci will officiate. Burial will be in Douglass Cemetery.
Friends may call at Hilyard-Smith Funeral Home until 8 tonight and from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday.
Memorials have been established with the First Christian Church and Satterthwaite Senior Center in Douglass.
Mauk was born July 12, 1906, in Lenora, to William and Jennie (Rountree) Bailey.
Mauk was a cook in the Douglass school system before she retired. She was a member of the First Christian Church, the Jolly Dozen Quilting Club and the Douglass Senior Citizens.
Survivors include five sons, Vernon Mauk, Douglass, Bill Mauk, Augusta, Pete Mauk, Baton Rouge, La., Larry Mauk, Kansas City, Kan., and Terry Mauk, Rose Hill; three daughters, Joan Dennis, Eleanor ÒSisÓ Bloom and Connie Stevenson, and a sister, Verla Bailey, all of Douglass; 26 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.

Paul Valdois
Services for Paul August Valdois, 87, who died Jan. 31, 1998, were held at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 3 at the First Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Ken Davidson officiated. Burial was in Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington.
Valdois' granddaughters, Paula Mickley, Valicca Bitler and Jodi Pfadt, sang "Heavenly Medley," and Bwana Drennan, Nedra Musgrove and David Musgrove sang "I'll Meet You in the Morning."
Casket bearers were Albert Gardner, Leon Howell, David Musgrove, Webster Roth, Ed Scott and Jim Warren.
A memorial has been established with the First Assembly of God Church.

Lee Gurnee
Services for Junior "Lee" Gurnee, 73, who died Jan. 30, 1998, were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 3 in Colonial Chapel of Miles Funeral Service. The Rev. John Stone officiated. Burial was in Highland Cemetery.
Irma Scholfield was the organist. "Daddy's Hands" and "One Day at a Time" were presented by Rex Beeney.
Honorary casket bearers were Joe Brown, Roger Calvin, Howard Lumbert, David Musgrove, Lee Roy Russell, Lowell Shrubshall, Gary Stout and Bob VanFleet.
Casket bearers were Kevin Adams, Merle Archer, Jim Buterbaugh, Ron Gray, Allan Jones and Jim Wilson.
A memorial has been established with the American Lung Association.

Ada Bridges
CEDAR VALE - Ada B. Bridges, 93, of Cedar Vale, former longtime Sedan resident, died Feb. 3, 1998, at the Cedar Vale Community Hospital.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Sedan. The Rev. Dois Nix will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Sedan.
Friends may call from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at Graves Funeral Home in Caney and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church.
Memorials have been established with the First Baptist Church of Sedan and the Intermediate Care Unit of Cedar Vale Community Hospital. Contributions can be made through the funeral home.
Bridges was born Jan. 9, 1905, in Pawnee County, Okla., to Benjamin Franklin and Mary Elizabeth (Burgess) Jones. She was raised in the Pawnee County area and attended country schools.
On March 12, 1924, she married Samuel Bridges in Cleveland, Okla. He worked for Sinclair Oil Co. and was transferred to Sedan in 1940 from Gerber, Okla. He died Dec. 15, 1985.
Bridges worked as a cook for the Sedan City Hospital until her retirement in 1973. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Sedan.
Survivors include five daughters, Doris Worthington, Kingman, Maxine Trigg and Jean Jarboe, both of Cedar Vale, Madelean Sanders, Wellsville, and Kay Sproat, Fort Wayne, Ind.; 16 grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, two stepgreat-grandchildren, 14 great-great-grandchildren and seven stepgreat-great-grandchildren.
A son preceded her in death.

Luella Bonnell
CEDAR VALE - Services for Luella A. Bonnell were held at 2 p.m. Feb. 3, 1998, in Wheeler Funeral Home Chapel in Cedar Vale. Ed Moody officiated. Burial was in Cedar Vale Cemetery.
Lyman Wheeler was the vocalist, and Shirley Brown was the organist. Selections were "In the Garden" and "How Great Thou Art."
Casket bearers were Teddie Helphingstine, Rick Filtingberger, David Fergeson and Gene, Jason and Kenneth Cooper.
A memorial has been established with the Kansas Alzheimer's and Similar Diseases Association.


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