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LARRY SCHMIDT
ELLSWORTH  - Larry Schmidt, 58, died March 20 at the Salina Regional Medical Center Santa Fe Campus.
He was born May 14, 1942, in Hays, the son of George J. and Katherine Breit Schmidt.
He married Nancy Carder Sept. 8, 1962, in Salina. A resident of Ellsworth, coming from Salina, he was owner/operator of Ellsworth Printing Company.
Schmidt was a fourthdegree knight, past grand knight and past knight of the year of the Knights of Columbus; an original founder in 1976 and committee member of the Ellsworth "Cowtown Days," portraying Sheriff Chauncey B. Whitney for 25 years; organized Ellsworth's recreational baseball and men's softball programs, was a Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce board member, chamber of commerce citizen of the year in 1992, grand marshall of the Cowtown Parade in 1991 and 2000. He served as a Department of Corrections Ellsworth Correctional Facility committee member, Ellsworth Fire Department volunteer and board member of J.H. Robbins Memorial Library in Ellsworth.
Survivors include wife of the home; one son, Gary W. Schmidt of Ellsworth; three daughters, Keri Ann Katzenmeier of Geneseo, Pamela L. Schmidt of
McPherson and Stacie J. Schmidt of Salina; three brothers, LeRoy Schmidt of New Cambria, and Kenneth Schmidt and Virgil Schmidt, both of Salina; three sisters, Viola Baxter and Patricia Perry, both of Salina, and Sister Lila Schmidt of Concordia; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one brother, Wilbert Schmidt; and four sisters, Esther Youngdahl, Lillian Shubert, Sister Ann Clare Schmidt and Mary Rose Pfeifer.
Funeral Mass was held Friday March 23 at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Ellsworth with the Revs. Daniel Scheetz and Paul Oborney officiating.
Burial was at Ellsworth Memorial Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association or Salina Regional Health Center Penn Campus Physical Therapy Department, both in care of the funeral home.

Howard F. Droegemeier  1919 - 2001
ELLSWORTH - Howard F. Droegemeier, 81, Ellsworth, died March 20, at the Ellsworth County Medical Center.
Droegemeier was born July 11, 1919, in Ellsworth County, the son of Fred O. and Mary (Balin) Droegemeier. He married Alma Shively on Sept. 10, 1942 in Lincoln.
He was a lifetime resident of Ellsworth County and a retired Parts Manager for Helwick Motors and a retired farmer. A veteran of the U.S. Army, he was a member of American Legion Post 329 in Kanopolis for over fifty years.
Survivors include his wife Alma of Ellsworth; two sons, Howard K. of Hays and Kelvin of Norman, Okla.; a daughter, Jo Ann Mehl of Norman, Okla.; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
The funeral was Saturday March 24 at Parsons Funeral Home, Rev. Gene Leutzinger officiating. Interment is in Buckeye Cemetery, rural Kanopolis.
Memorials may be made to the Ellsworth County Medical Center.

Mildred Webb  1924 - 2001
ELLSWORTH - Mildred M. Webb, 76, died March 22,  at Salina Regional Health Center, Sante Fe Campus, Salina.
She was born Aug. 27, 1924, in Ellsworth County, the daughter of Frank and Mildred Psondr Bezemek. A lifetime resident of Ellsworth, she was a homemaker.
On June 1, 1944, she married Waldo G. Webb at Ellsworth. He survives.
Other survivors include: five sons, Waldo Wayne and Dale, both of Kanopolis, James G., Lorraine, Phillip Lee, Ellsworth, and Robert R., Lyons; two daughters, Linda J. Jenks and Cheryl A. Henry, both of Cheyenne, Wyo.; a brother, Frank Bezemek, Frederick; 10 grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren.
Graveside services were Saturday, March 24, in Ellsworth Memorial Cemetery, Ellsworth, with Dr. John Snook presiding. Burial was in Ellsworth Memorial Cemetery.
Memorials may be sent to the Morrison House. Salina.Research

Karen Gray Laham  1942 - 2001
WICHITA - Karen Gray Laham, 58, Wichita, died March 16, in Wichita.
She was born Dec. 25, 1942 in Newton, the daughter of Adrian J. and Mary (Gray) Shull. Laham worked as a dental hygienist and was a member of the Woodland UMC organization.
She is preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include two sons, David and Joseph both of Wichita; a brother, John Shull of Ellsworth; and grandchildren Kaylee, Josephy, Zachary, and Tiffany.
The funeral was Tuesday March 20 at the Woodland United Methodist Church, Rev. Charles R. Clavcomb, Pastor, officiating. Interment is in the Greenwood Cemetery, Newton.
Memorials may be made to Woodland UMC and KSU Center for Cancer Research.

Milton H. Mohn  1913 - 2001
BRUSH, COLO. - Milton H. Mohn 87 of Brush died Saturday, March 17 at the East Morgan County Hospital in Brush, Colo. He was born July 19, 1913 in Ellinwood to Karl and Amelia Mohn. Milton graduated from Ellinwood High School in 1930.
Milton was very active in the Evangelical Church in Ellinwood. Following high school he attended Kansas State College and graduated with a degree in industrial chemistry.
He married Mildred Jelinek on August 28, 1935 in Salina, where she was a school teacher. Milton's first job was as a chemist for Wolf Milling Company, testing their flour. When the mill closed, he moved with his family to Parsons and was an inspector at an ammunition plant. In 1956 he and the family moved to Aurora, Colo. where he worked for the Rocky Mountain Arsenal. He was also employed in the Denver area at a hospital, the Denver Mint, and the Federal Center, which he retired from in1972.
In 1992 he and his wife moved to Ft. Morgan, Colo. In 1996 they moved to The Arbor, a congregate living facility in Brush, Colo. In 1998 they moved to
Greeley, Colo. and lived in the Sterling House and the Bridge, assisted living apartments. After Milton's wife Mildred died in 1999 he moved back to the Arbor in Brush.
Milton enjoyed playing his clarinet in various bands. He helped form the Clements Senior Band in Lakewood, Colo. After moving to Ft. Morgan, he played in the "Silver Notes" and the "Jammers" two local senior bands.
Milton is survived by one daughter, Judy Smits of Wiggins, Colo., 2 grandchildren, David Smits, Jr. of Ft. Morgan, Juliann Epple of Roggen, Colo. and five great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Mildred, two brothers and two sisters.
Funeral services were Wednesday, March 21 at the Jolliffe Mortuary Chapel.
Friends who wish may make memorial gifts to the Ft. Morgan Senior Center.
Jolliffe & Heer Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.

Caroline E. Hancks  1911 - 2001
LINCOLN - Caroline Elizabeth Hancks, 89, passed away on Wed., March 21 at Salina. Mrs. Hancks was born on August 11, 1911 on her beloved family homestead in Lincoln County. She received a Bachelor's degree in chemistry from Marymount College in 1933, after which she began a long teaching career. She received a Master's degree in history from Fort Hays State College in 1965.
Mrs. Hancks taught school in many Central Kansas towns, including Shady Bend, Carneiro, Sylvan Grove, Ellis, Holton, Langdon, Oakley, Natoma, Garfield, Larned, Bazine, and St. Paul. Her subjects included English, Spanish, history, and mathematics, senior trips, and class plays. Mrs. Hancks is especially remembered for her love of learning, her teaching ability, and her high regard for her students with whom she maintained an active correspondence up to the time of her death. One especially poignant and historic period of correspondence took place during World War II, when many of her former students wrote to her from the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific.
Elizabeth retired from teaching in 1976 and settled back on the Howell homestead with her husband Frank. She continued to lead a very active life, including volunteer work at Little house in Salina and participation in bowling leagues and other community activities. Frank and Elizabeth also supported the Lincoln  County Council on Aging, the Ellsworth Hospital, the St. John's Missionary Baptist Church in Salina, and many other organizations. She was also interested in environmental preservation and Kansas history. She had an extensive knowledge of local events from the early 1900's which she passed along to other historians.
She is survived by Frank, her husband of 52 years, her daughters Merry Susan and Margaret, and son Gregory Bruce.
In accordance with Elizabeth's wishes, services are private. Memorials may be made to the Kansas Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, 700 SW Jackson, Suite 804, Topkea, Kansas, 66603, or the Lincoln County Council on Aging, P.O. Box 55, Lincoln, Kansas 67455. 

Vera L. Nuss  1923 - 2001
WILSON - Vera L. Nuss, 88, Wilson, died Monday, March 26, at Wilson Nursing Center, Wilson.
Vera was born December 3, 1912, and was a lifetime resident of Wilson, a member of the First Presbyterian, Wilson and a homemaker. She was married to Ezra Nuss who died July 24, 1982.
Survivors include two daughters, Vicki Purma of Scott City and Donna Greeling of Wilson.
Service will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, March 29 at the Foster Mortuary Chapel, Wilson. Inurnment will in the Wilson City Cemetery, Wilson with Rev. Tim Harlan as officiant. Visitation will be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Foster Mortuary, Wilson.

Myra J. Dewitt  1920 - 2001
McPHERSON - Myra J. DeWitt, 81, McPherson, died, March 23, at Memorial Hospital, McPherson.
Miss DeWitt was born Jan. 6, 1920, at rural Ellsworth County and was a resident of McPherson since 1992, moving from Wilson. She worked in a dry cleaning shop and was a CMA at a nursing home. She was a member of Hypatia Club of Wilson and a senior companion at Wilson Nursing Home.
Survivors include three sisters, Marian Cunningham, Ida Gertrude Small and Jane Smith, all of McPherson.
There will be no service. Private inurnment will be at a later date in Wilson Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Wilson Nursing Home in care of Stockham Family Funeral Home, 205 Chestnut, McPherson 67460.
There will be no visitation.

Dorothy I. Stoppel   2001
WILSON - Dorothy I. Stoppel, 78, Wilson, died Tuesday, March 27.
Services will be held Friday March 30 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Wilson.
Foster Mortuary, Inc. is handling the arrangements.

Irene J. Schauf Prester  1923 - 2001
GENESEO - Irene J. Schauf Prester, 77, Geneseo, died March 24, at Via Christi/St. Francis, Hospital, Wichita.
Mrs. Prester was born Irene J. Schuaf on Dec. 8, 1923 at Beaver and was a longtime resident of Geneseo.
She was a homemaker and coowner of Presters Drive Inn and Presters Grocery both of Geneseo and former manager of Rolling Acres Golf Course, McPherson.
She was a member of the St. Bernard Catholic Church, Ellsworth and later attended Grace Lutheran Church, Lyons. She  was a member of the VFW Auxiliary and American Legion Auxiliary, both of Geneseo.
She was preceded in death by an infant son Stephen Wayne Prester, and a brother, John P. Schauf.
She was married to Elden N. Prester in Russell, he survives.
Other survivors include two daughters, Cheryl S. Shirley, Bunker Hill, and Jayne E. Gottschalk, Wichita, a brother, Clifford D. Schauf, Bunker Hill, two sisters, Frances Germaine, Russell, and Regina Pines, St. Petersburg, Florida, six grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren.
Services were held on March 27 at St. Bernard catholic Church, Ellsworth.
Father Dan Scheetz officiated.
Memorials may be made to the American Legion Auxiliary.

Gilbert O. Suelter   1910 - 2001
ELLSWORTH - Gilbert O. Suelter, 90, Ellsworth, died Thursday, March 15,  at Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend.
Mr. Suelter was born March 23, 1910, at rural Lincoln County and was a resident of Ellsworth most of his life, moving to Great Bend six months ago.
He was a farm machinery salesman for Lloyd Implement, Ellsworth, and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6485 and American Legion Post 174, all of Ellsworth.  His wife, Evelyn, died in 1990.
Survivors include a son, Robert of Great Bend; three brothers, Loren and Adolph, both of Salina, and Lewis of Lincoln; a sister, Frieda Schultz of Lincoln; two grandchildren; and a stepgrandchild.
The funeral was March 19 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ellsworth, the Rev. Gary Wolf officiating. Burial was in Ellsworth Cemetery with military rites.
Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ellsworth. In care of Parsons Funeral Home, 307 N. Lincoln, Ellsworth 67439.

Deloise Ann Mayo   1938 - 2001
GLENDALE, ARIZ. - Deloise Ann Mayo, 62, died Tuesday, Feb. 13 at the Phoenix Baptist Hospital, Phoenix, Ariz.
Mrs. Mayo was born Deloise Ann Bohl on March 24, 1938 in Ellsworth County, the daughter of Carl and Esther Haase Bohl. She married Robert F. Mayo, Sept. 14, 1958 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, north of Ellsworth.
Dee, as family and friends called her, was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Gary. Survivors include her husband Bob of Glendale; her mother of the Ellsworth Good Samaritan Village; two brothers, Carl of Ellsworth and Don of Lakewood, Colo.; three sisters, Carol of Federal Heights, Colo, Janice of Shawnee, and Nancy of Lawrence; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial and inurnment will be in the Ellsworth Cemetery, Ellsworth on Sat., March 24 at 2 p.m.

John Jerome Ravenkamp Jr.  1950  2001
BREMERTON, WASH.-  John Jerome Ravenkamp Jr., 50, Bremerton, died Thursday, March 15, at Madigan Army Hospital.
Mr. Ravenkamp was born Sept. 24, 1950, at Salina. He was in the Navy for 20 years and received a Bronze Star. After retiring from the Navy, he worked in a welding shop at the naval shipyard.
Survivors include his wife, Janet of Bremerton; his mother, Susan Jamison of New Cambria,; a son, Royce of Bremerton; three daughters, Heather Ravenkamp, Ashley Ravenkamp and Elizabeth Lima, all of Bremerton; seven sisters, Linda Ingram and Ann Nowlin, both of Salina, Marge Albertson of Greenwood, Mo., Mary Miller and Teresa Pearson, both of Ellsworth, Cindy Eisenhower of Pratt, and Judy Larson of Lincoln; a brother, James of Salina; and a grandchild.
The funeral was March 21 at Lewis Funeral Chapel, Bremerton.
Memorials may be made to Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, 1100 Fairview Ave. N., P.O. Box 19024, LY120, Seattle.

Charles  E. Westerman  1913 - 2001
ELLSWORTH  - Charles  E. Westerman, 87, Ellsworth, died Tuesday, March 20, at the Ellsworth County Medical Center, Ellsworth.
Mr. Westerman was born Dec. 4, 1913 in Ellsworth County to Edwin and Hedwig (Hoffman) Westerman. He married Velma Kathryn Green in Ellsworth on Feb. 26, 1939.
A lifetime resident of Ellsworth, Westerman was a farmer and stockman. He was very active in the Ellsworth County Farm Bureau, once serving as president. He was also a former member of the ElKan Western Riders Saddle Club and a member of the First United Methodist Church.
He is preceded in death by brothers Clyde, Lee, and Ralph.
Survivors include his wife Velma of Ellsworth; a brother, Edwin, of Ellsworth; two sisters, Frances Kottas of Little River and Fern Zajic of Holyrood; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the First United Methodist Church, Ellsworth, Dr. John Snook officiating. Burial will be in Ellsworth Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Willing Workers or the Ellsworth United Methodist Church.
Visitation will be from 8 to 11 a.m. today at Parsons Funeral Home.

Frank D. Bezemek  1947  2001
OLATHE - Frank D. (Butch) Bezemek, 53, passed away January 19 at the Veterans Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.
He had been living with his sister and brother-in-law in Olathe since October 2000. Butch, as known by his family, had been in and out of the VA hospital quite often since November of last year.
He was born March 6, 1947 in Stafford to Vada and Frank Bezemek. He lived most of his school years in Frederick  while attending Bushton Grade School and Bushton High School. He graduated from BHS in 1965. He was an Eagle Scout when Mr. Timmons was scoutmaster in Bushton.
He also attended Pratt Community College in Pratt.
He joined the Air Force and completed his basic training at Lackland A.F.B., San Antonio, Texas. He married Roberta Gibison in 1967 shortly before his tour of duty at a SAC A.F.B. in Alaska. He reached the rank of sergeant while in the service and was honorably discharged in 1970.
Frank worked for the HB Zachry Co. an international construction company based in San Antonio, Texas for 29 years after leaving the armed services.
His work took him and his family many different places in Texas. He spent 2 years (1976-78) in Riya and Saudi Arabia while his family stayed in Texas.
His title was that of Purchasing and Parts Manager.
He is interned at the Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth.
He leaves his wife, Roberta Bezemek of Houston, Texas. Two daughters, Amanda Bezemek and Lysa Bezemek, Portland, Oregon. His mother, Vada Whiting, Olathe. His father, Frank Bezemek and stepmother, Laura Bezemek of Frederick and Matagorda, Texas. One sister, Lucille Rockett, Olathe. An Aunt Mildred and Uncle Waldo Webb, Ellsworth,  and many cousins.
We still miss his spontaneous laughter, upbeat attitude, his love for cooking, lending the helping hand before being asked and most of all the many phone calls made at the spur of the moment to say "Hi, what are you doing? Just thought I would call."

Amelia Klein  1904 - 2001
LUCAS - Amelia Klein, 96, Lucas, died Friday, March 2, at Beverly Health Care of Lucas.
Mrs. Klein was born Amelia Schultz on Nov. 23, 1904, at Dreispitz, Russia, and had lived in Lucas since 1917. She was a homemaker and a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Sylvan Grove and the Dorcas Society and Lutheran Women's Missionary League.
Survivors include her husband, Jacob S. of Lucas; a son, Darwin of Centralia, Ill.; two sisters, Mollie Kaufman and Alvina Motzner, both of Wilson; and a granddaughter.
The funeral was March 6  at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Sylvan Grove, the Rev. Timothy Wangerin officiating. Burial was in Sylvan Grove Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to American Bible Society or The Lutheran Hour in care of Rodrick & Minear Funeral Home, 111 S. Fairview, Lucas 67648.

Hugh S. Taylor --1928 - 2001
GENESEO - Hugh S. Taylor, 72, died Monday, March 5, at Lyons District Hospital, Lyons.
Mr. Taylor was born on April 28, 1928 to Hugh Edwin and Julia Fern Norris Taylor in Amazonia, Missouri. He married Ida Prester in Niles, Michigan on August 29, 1954. He was a resident of Geneseo for 29 years, a U.S. Navy Veteran, a retired construction worker for Ref-Chem Corporation and a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Lyons.
He was preceded in death by six brothers and one sister.
Survivors include his wife, Ida of the home; one son, Brad Taylor of Geneseo; one daughter, Pam Saunders of Ellsworth; one brother Harold Taylor of Park City, Utah and two sisters Joy Cole, St. Joseph, Mo. and Bette Roberts, Kansas City, Mo. four grandchildren and three step-grandchildren.
The funeral was Wednesday, March 7, 2 p.m., at the Grace Lutheran Church, Lyons, with Rev. Calvin L'Heureux officiating. Burial was in the Geneseo Cemetery, Geneseo.
Memorials may be made to the church. 

Kenneth A. Merrill --1904 - 2001
KANOPOLIS - Kenneth A. Merrill, 96, Kanopolis, died  Feb. 28, at Good Samaritan Retirement Village.
Mr. Merrill was born March 31, 1904, at Clear Creek Township, Ellsworth County, and was a lifetime resident of the Kanopolis area. He was a hoisting engineer and repairman for Independent Salt Company, Kanopolis, for 46 years, retiring in 1969 and also owned and operated a welding and repair business.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Zella, in 1927; his second wife, Levern, in 1992; and two sons, John W. in 1956 and Everett in 1999.
Survivors include two sons, Douglas of Kanopolis and Kenneth Talmage, Sr. of Holyoke, Colo.; a daughter, Delores M. Young of Aurora, Colo.; 22
grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; 19 great-great-grandchildren; and a great-great-great-grandchild.
The funeral was March 3 at Parsons Funeral Home, 307 N. Lincoln, Ellsworth 67439. The Rev. Al Hysom officiating. Burial was in Kanopolis Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Kanopolis United Methodist Church.

Josephine O. Kulich 1916-2001
WILSON - Josephine O. Kulich was born July 11, 1916 at rural Sylvan Grove to Joseph O. and Barbara M. (Hynes) Kulich. She graduated from Orbitello School, and lived and worked on the family's poultry and livestock farm south of Sylvan all her life. She became a lifetime member of CSA (Czechoslovak Society of America) and took pride in her Czech heritage: the language, the music, and the baking of kolache pasties. Josephine was an animal and nature lover, enjoying taking care of her pets and her flower and vegetable gardens. Her incredible peony garden was especially well known. 
After being in poor health for several months, Josephine passed away at the Wilson Nursing Center on Febr. 20. Josephine was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, Helen and Pauline, and one brother, Adolph.
She is survived and will be greatly missed by three brothers: Joseph Kulich and Ernie Kulich, both of Sylvan Grove and Archie Kulich of Salina; a nephew, nieces, and other fanzily and friends. Funeral services were held on Feb. 24 at Rodrick & Minear Funeral Home in Sylvan Grove, the Rev. Kathleen Dooley officiating.
Organist for the service was June Dolezal and Alfred Dolezal, soloist, sang "In The Garden" and "How Great Thou Art. Serving as casketbearers were: Alfred Homeier, Leroy Klema, David Stoppel, Bryan Taylor, Jack Taylor and Don Weseloh. Burial was in the Wilson City Cemetery. Memorials in Josephine's name may be made to the Wilson Nursing Center. Rodrick & Minear Funeral Home of Sylvan Grove was in charge of the arrangements.

John D. Kottman  1908-2001
ELLSWORTH - John D. Kottman, 92, died Feb. 18 at the Via Christi Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Campus - Wichita. He was born Aug. 31, 1908 to Louise (Panzer) and August Kottman in Lincoln County. 
He was wed to Merne Doris Hunter in Ellsworth on April 15, 1936. A lifetime resident of Ellsworth and Lincoln Counties, he was a farmer and rancher. Mr. Kottman was a past board member of Ellsworth County Co-Op and Ellsworth County Credit Union and a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Ellsworth.
Survivors include a son, Lloyd Kottman, Ellsworth; a daughter, Darlene Sheldon, Homer, Alaska; six grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, four step great-grandchildren and a dear friend, Ellen Svaty. He was preceded in death by his wife Merne in 1981 and a grandson, Kevin Sheldon, in 1996. 
The funeral service was held on Friday, Feb. 23, 10 a.m. at Parsons Funeral Home, Ellsworth. Burial was in the Ellsworth Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Ellsworth Senior Center or the VFW Post 6485 of Ellsworth.

Jacqueline "Jackie" Stroede 1943-2001
SHADY OAKS  - Services for Jacqueline "Jackie" Stroede, 57, of Shady Oaks community were held Feb. 12 at Shady Oaks Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert Davis officiating. Burial followed at Rome Cemetery under the direction of Carrol Lehr Funeral Home of Athens. Mrs. Stroede died Feb. 8, in Tyler.
She was born Sept. 2, 1943, in Chester; Pa., to Francis and Evelyn Bonneville Hall. Mrs. Stroede was a member of Shady Oaks Baptist Church and a 20 year resident of Athens. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Francis Hall in 1999. Survivors include her husband, Robert Stroede of Athens; sons, Robert Hinckley of Morton, Pa. and Roger Hinckley of Ridley Park, Pa.; daughters, Cheryl Lynn Robertson of Aston, Pa. and Jennifer Lynn Stroede of Athens; brother, Terry Hall of Marcus Hook, Pa.; sisters, Linda Vickers of North Wilkesbourgh, N.C. and Sharon Carroll of Athens; one grandson; and numerous nieces and nephews.
 Pallbearers were Ernest Grubbs, David Farmham, Carl Anderson, James Carroll, Ron Nuckolls and Dean Nuckolls. Memorials, if desired, may be made to the American Cancer Society.


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