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MARION COUNTY RECORD, 26 April 2000
Obituary of LEE EDWIN ELLIS
Lee Edwin Ellis, 76, Wichita, former resident of Marion, died April 21, 2000.

He had retired as an electrician for Wichita State University. 

Born May 17, 1923, at Gallipolis, Ohio, he was the son of John and Glyde (Denney) Ellis. 

Survivors include sons, Charles of Wichita and Michael of Eagle Vail, Colo.; daughters, Susan Ellis and Sandra Williams, both of Wichita; and three grandchildren.

Services were held Monday afternoon at Mount Vernon United Methodist Church.

Memorial funds have been established with the Kansas Aviation Museum and World War II Memorial.
Transcribed and Contributed by Janice Reading


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