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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 12 April 1983
Obituary of DAVID DUMLER
David Dumler, 41, died Tuesday (12 April 1983) at Englewood, Colo., after a sudden illness. Born June 23, 1941, at Dodge City, he had been at Castle Rock resident for five years, and was formerly of Kalvesta. He married Glenda Coleman May 24, 1979. He was a self-employed carpenter.

Dumler was a member of Eagles Lodge No. 3947 and Fraternal Order of Buzzards, both of Castle Rock.

Survivors include his wife; three sons, Steven of Germany, Michael and Gustine, both of liberal; two stepsons, Karl Koehn and Paul Koehn, both of Castle Rock; one daughters, Wendy Dumler of Tacoma, Wash.; one stepdaughter, Heather Koehn of Castle Rock; three brothers, Roger of Kalvesta, Randy of Jetmore and Tony of Ness City; two stepbrothers, Mike Smith of Hugoton and Skipton Evans of Kalvesta; three sisters Eta Sue Kraisinger of Hugoton, Vicki Jean Dumler of Hartshorne, Okla., and Jo Ann Strate of Carmel, Calif.; and step-parents, Richard and Merle Evans of Kalvesta.

Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Kitterville Cemetery in Hodgeman County with the Rev. David Chinn officiating. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday at Burkhart Funeral Home in Jetmore. Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association.
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack


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