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HAYS DAILY NEWS, 18 December 2000
Obituary of DONALD FECHNER
NAME, DATE OF DEATH: Donald Fechner, 68, died Sunday, Dec. 10, 2000, at his home.

DATE OF BIRTH and LOCATION: He was born Jan. 1, 1932, in Colby, Kansas

PARENTS: Charles Vernor and Thelma Irene (Walker) Fechner

SURVIVORS: His wife, Linda Elaine Fechner, Oakley; a son, Donald Jr., Goodland; a daughter, Melinda Enfield, Colby; a brother, Bill Fechner, Bristow, Okla.; three sisters, Darlene Wright, Aurora, Colo., Joyce Nye, Oklahoma City, and Joellen Schaffer, Liberal; and four grandchildren.

PRECEDED IN DEATH BY: Two sisters, Betty Tillotson and Janice Dreher.
Transcribed and Contributed by Jan Reading


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