Memorial Park Cemetery
Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
Submitted by Bertha & Larry Hood on July 5, 2002 and Phyllis Long on October 28, 2003, Oz.
|Name||Birth Date||Death Date||Other Information|
|Abernathy, Clarence L.||4-4-1885||9 Dec 1962||77yr, Obit|
Abernathy, Nancy Elizabeth
|7 Jun 1934||46yr, Obit|
|Alexander, Leland O.||10-17-1916||5-2-1982||Obit|
|Ashens, Frank Gerald||7-15-1920||2-20-2006||
b. Aurora MO Lawrence co
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery ""
S/O Ransom Henry and Tina Bell Harville Ashens. At age 17 he signed up with the Civilian Conservation Corp. He spent six months at Caledonia, Minn., and then one and a half years at Camp Chilly and Camp Rockland in Idaho. He built dams, fought forest fires and still found time to attend school and play baseball. In April 1946, he accepted a job with the Department of Agriculture as a food inspector in Hutchinson and has lived there ever since. He was later employed by Meadow Gold Dairy, Hutchinson Iron and Metal and Reno County Law Enforcement Center, retiring in 1986. He belonged to Tenth Avenue United Methodist Church, where he held several offices and had previously belonged to the Derby Running Club. He was a baseball coach when each of his three sons was in Cub Scouts and Little League. He was also a member of the Carey Park Golf Club, formerly of the American Legion Lysle Rishel Post No. 68 and the Prospectors Sunday School Class. He was working in Joplin, Mo., when he was drafted into the U.S. Army Air Corp on Aug. 5, 1942, during World War II, serving as a Corporal in the 319th Fighter Control Squadron. He spent a total of 40 months in service, 26 of them overseas; New Caledonis, Guadalcanal, Russell Islands, Emeru, Mindeneau in the Philippines, Bismarch Archipelligo, Leyete, The Solomons and on to Osaka, Japan, in the Occupation Forces. He was discharged December 1945. He was preceded in death by six brothers, Ray Franklin, Ransom Joseph, Ernest Henry, Robert James, Burt Alva and Oscar Ashens; and four sisters, Della Nichols, Ethel Wilks, Daisy Kaufman and Marguerite Ashens.
|Avery, Thomas E.||10-13-1935||11-8-1935|
|Avery, William Herbert||17 Jan 1921||30 Oct 1978||Obit|
|Becker, Richard Jon||3-9-1938||1-2-2006||
b. Cobleskill NY Schoharie co
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery ""
Dick S/O J. Walter and Reta Alene VanPelt Becker. He was a 1957 graduate of Schoharie, N.Y. High School and a 1963 graduate of Indiana Tech. He was a civil engineer, working for Turzillo Contracting Company of Omaha from 1963 to 1984, Borton, Inc. of Hutchinson from 1984 to 1997 and Longfellow Foundations, based from Clearfield, Iowa, 1997 to present. He was of the Lutheran faith. He was a member of Kansas State University Victory Club, National Rifle Association and the Central Kansas Gun Club. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran, serving from 1955 to 1962. He was preceded in death by his parents. Military Honors conducted by the Fort Riley Honor Guard.
|Bellwood, Golda||6 Aug 1889||28 Feb 1975||Obit|
|Bellwood, Earl P.||8 Feb 1891||Jul 1975||Obit|
|Bentrup, Esther M.||6 May1923||19 Apr 1999|
|Blanton, Grant T.||2-10-1929||8-17-2005||b. Troy ks Doniphan co, b. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Joseph Cyrus and Anna Elizabeth Thomas Blanton. A resident of Hutchinson most his life, he was the owner of Blanton Used Cars, Hutchinson, for 25 years. He served in the U.S. Army. He attended Westside Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Jackson, Franklin, Louis, and Joseph Blanton; and two sisters, Phylis Blanton and Barbara Williams. Cremation has taken place.|
|Bott, Gary||5-3-1949||12-17-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Fred and Rosemary Elliston Bott. He graduated in 1967 from Hutchinson High School, and in 1972 received his degree in Business Administration from Emporia State University. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he was employed by Farmland Industries Steel Production Plant in customer service before becoming the business administrator for the Dental Center, later becoming the business administrator for Dr. Trimmel Orthodontics in 1999. He belonged to Mid States Car Club and Die Cast Collectors Club. He was preceded in death by his father; a sister, Cathy; and an uncle, Rodney Paine.|
Burgess, Franklin Pierce
|Jun 1885||5 Feb 1941||Son of Henry and Jane Burgess|
Burgess, Arthur William
|25 Oct 1893||5 Nov 1969||Son of Ernest E. and Anna Burgess|
Burgess, Leatha Elizabeth
|6 Jul 1893||1 Oct 1989||Wife of Arthur William Burgess, Nee: Richhart|
Burgess, Hubert Earnest
|1 Jul 1919||15 Sep 1977||Son of Arthur W. and Leatha Burgess|
Burgess, Lela Ruth
|7 Jun 1922||12 Nov 1984||Wife of Hubert Earnest Burgess, Nee: Boggs|
Burgess, Willard Dale
|1 Oct 1923||26 Jul 1990||Son of Arthur W. and Leatha Burgess|
Burgess, Helen Marie
|4 Mar 1921||17 Mar 1988||Wife of Willard Dale Burgess, Nee: Swenson|
|Capps, Rosa Mae||16 May 1904||6 Jun 1983||Obit|
|Carroll, Kit||22 Jan 1884||1964||Obit|
|Cox, Robert E.||1-28-1941||9-19-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks reno co, S/O Floyd and Clara Cox. A lifelong Hutchinson resident, he graduated from Hutchinson High School in 1959. On May 27, 1962, he married Barbara Ann Southard at Haviland. She survives. Robert was a printer for 31 years, working at R.L. Polk, Mutual Press, and Roberts Hutch-Line, retiring in 1991. In 1966, he received an honorable discharge from the Air National Guard after serving six years as a jet engine mechanic. He also was an active member of the Hutchinson Police Reserve for many years, retiring in 1989 at the rank of sergeant. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, he was a familiar sight at his sons and grandchildren's activities. In particular, he loved attending their sporting events, school programs and scouting activities. He also was a history buff and longtime fan of Royals baseball and KU Jayhawks basketball. Robert was preceded in death by: an infant daughter, Christine Diane; his parents; and a brother, James.|
|Cox, Bethine L.||8-21-1920||1-2-2006||b. fowler ks Meade co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O George Edward and Mildred Elizabeth McClaren Converse. She graduated from Mullinville High School in 1938. She received her Bachelor of Science and Masters degrees from Wichita State University. She was a homemaker and taught at Hutchinson Community College. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, board member and on the finance committee at Wesley Towers and an active bridge player. She married Joseph Dee Cox Sr. on Sept. 8, 1940, in Enid, Okla. They moved to Hutchinson in the 1960s. He died on Nov. 27, 1996. She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Barry Evan Cox; and a sister, Mildred Bender.|
|Crow, Robert V.||1916||1995||S/W|
|Crow, Edna R.||1907||1982|
|Cunningham, Maybelle Carolyn||9-29-1908||2-19-2006||
b. Kingman county ks
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery "
D/O Henry and Sue Ross Rodman. She was preceded in death by her parents; a grandson, Lewis Brown; four brothers, William, Ray, Forest and Oakley Rodman; and four sisters, Ethel Smith, Helen Olney, Idella (Cunningham) Hanlon and Mary Wolf.
|Culver, Donald Lewis||12-19-1918||12-31-2005||
b. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery ""
S/O Delbert and Molly Bryan Culver. He graduated from Ensign High School, joined the U.S. Navy and served during World War II. After World War II, he returned to the farm near Cimarron. During the winter months, he worked for the Ensign Implement Company. He retired from farming in the early 1990s. They moved to Hutchinson in 1995.
He married Betty L. Sipes on Feb. 25, 1945, in Dodge City. She passed away on May 26, 2000. He was preceded in death by his brother, Leroy.
|Davis, Helen||4-5-1921||10-31-2005||b. Claremore OK Rogers co, d. Hutchinson ks, D/O LeRoy and Frances Sigwing Purdin. She married Robert L. Davis on April 17, 1939, in Newkirk, Okla. He died on Feb. 4, 1997. She was preceded in death by two daughters, Julia Ann Carter and Juney Brixey Davis.|
|Dencker, Zephia Trusler||1914||1990|
|Easter, Dwayne C.||1-17-1932||5-23-2005||b. Hamilton KS Greenwood co, d. hutchinson ks reno co, S/O Emery Amos and Rudy Mae Bond. Staff sergeant in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was preceded in death by a brother, James Kendall Easter.|
|Ebright, Gladys P.||3-19-1911||10-30-2005||b. Norwich ks Kingman co, d. Kansas City MO Jackson co, D/O John H. and Lulu Cloud Gosch. She married Arlon Otis Ebright. He died in October 1965.|
|Eldredge, Pearl B.||1899||1968|
|Eldredge, Henry P.||3-12-1902||12-20-1963|
|Eldredge, Mark T.||1935||1949||Buddy|
|Eldredge, Vida P.||2-2-1918||3-6-1995|
|Eldredge, William McKinley||3-4-1901||1-9-1996||S/W|
|Eldredge, Clara E. Seiberling||7-20-1904||2-10-1994|
|Erickson, William K.||2-21-1918||8-3-2005||b. KC MO Jackson co, d. Hutchinson ks reno co, "Erick" S/O Carl Wilhelm and Olivia Larson Erickson. A Hutchinson resident since 1958, formerly from Kansas City, Mo., he was a credit manager with Flour Mills of America, Kansas City, Mo., from 1946 to 1958; was a sales manager with William Kelly Milling Company, Hutchinson, from 1958 to 1968; and was an insurance agent with Prudential Life Insurance Company from 1968 to 1972. He belonged to First Presbyterian Church, Hutchinson. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corp during World War II. On May 29, 1941, he married Edna Mae Sickler at Kansas City, Mo. She died Aug. 31, 1988. He was preceded in death by a sister, Marie Knipmeyer.|
|Fletcher, Lahoma L.||11-23-1921||8-1-2005||b. Hardtner ks Barber co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O James Ralph and Tyla Mae Shaull Crane. She graduated from Hutchinson High School in 1940. A longtime Hutchinson resident, she was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by six brothers, Jim, Jack, Bob, John, Stan and Richard; a sister, Marge Crabbs; and a grandson, Daniel Fletcher.|
|Furstenberg, Charles C.||11-13-1921||12-19-2005||b. Castleton ks Reno co, d. Hutchinson ks, S/O Ben and Myrtle Evert Furstenberg. He was preceded in death by a brother, Robert; and a sister, Mary Bauer.|
Garber, Beverly Jean
|17 Apr 1932||6 May 1960||Wife of Dale Garber, Daughter of Charles and Zuma Long|
Garber, Nancy Jean
|6 May 1960||Daughter of Dale and Beverly Garber, Buried with her mother|
|Gisel, Lynn W.||11-20-1912||10-2-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Ernest J. and Gertrude Sanders Gisel. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he was a retired farmer and custodian for Prosperity Grade School, retiring in 1974. He was a Garden Farmer since 1947, and owned and operated Gisels Gardens, retiring in 2000. On Aug. 31, 1935, he married Pearl Dreibelbis in Newton. She died Aug. 25, 1978. On Jan. 4, 1980, he married Pauline Sanders in Hutchinson. She survives. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Vernon and Clyde; and three half sisters.|
Gregg, Vivian E.
|4-9-1922||8-1-2005||b. Augusta ks Butler co, d. Sapulpa ok Creek Co, D/O James William and Daisy Mae Jackson Cody. She graduated from Nickerson High School. A resident of Lyons since 1968, she was a homemaker. On June 8, 1941, she married John Currence Gregg at Nickerson. He died Aug. 25, 2003. She was preceded in death by a brother, Alvie Cody.|
|Groseclose, Harold S.||2-15-1921||10-9-2005||b. Sylvia ks Reno co, d. Mill
Creek WA Snohomish co, S/O Laurin and Bessie Jones Groseclose. He graduated
from Sylvia High School. He was a Corporal in the U.S. Army during World War
II. On Aug. 4, 1950, he married Orvilene Kemp in Hutchinson. She died June
17, 1988. He was preceded in death by a brother, Donald Groseclose; and two
sisters, Daisy Moreland and Ruby Groseclose.
He was an optician at Singleton-Joyce Optical for 34 years before retirement. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church.
|Hageman, Charles E.||6-14-1939||7-7-2005||b. Fredonia KS Wilson co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Charles A. and Lucille E. Bruning Hageman. He graduated in 1958, from Hutchinson High School, attended Kansas State University and graduated from the University of Kansas in 1967, with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. A Hutchinson resident since 1946, he was a certified professional engineer for the Kansas Department of Transportation for 23 years, retiring in 1990. He belonged to Countryside Baptist Church, Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity and was a charter member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Fraternity. He was president of the Kansas Engineering Society, Hutchinson Chapter, and was active in 4-H. He served in the U.S. Navy. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Robert; and a sister, Sharon Darrow. Burial with military graveside rites conducted by the U.S. Naval Reserve.|
b. West Plains MO Howell co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Lee A. and Delphia P. Martin Hamilton. A longtime Hutchinson resident, he worked for Farmer's Co-op and owned and operated several antique furniture stores.
He belonged to Church of Christ and Amvets, both in Hutchinson. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. On July 7, 1961, he married Pauline LeShure in Hutchinson. She died March 3, 2004. He was preceded in death by a
stepson, Delos Smith; and a brother, Austin.
|Hayden, Martin W.||12 -12-1926||10-17-2005||b. East Prairie MO Mississippi co, d. Hutchinson ks reno co, S/O Thomas H. and Anna Hayden. A longtime Hutchinson resident, he was a superintendent for Majestic Pipeline, a pioneer in bringing gas pipeline technology throughout Canada in the 1950s and 60s. He was also the owner of Hayden Construction Inc. He was a U.S. Army veteran from 1945 to 1947, serving in the Korean Conflict and a Combat Engineer in World War II. On July 2, 1947, he married Leona Schenkel in Hot Springs, Ark. She died Nov. 3, 1997. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Shirley Chaney and Joanne Forrester.|
|Hayden, Buford||3-18-1950||Age 60yr 10m 2d, Obit|
Hickman, Overton “Doc”
|23 Oct 1874||30 Jan 1955||Son of John and Mary Hickman, Obit|
Hickman, Anna G.
|14 Aug 1882||1971||Wife of Overton “Doc” Hickman, Daughter of William A. Love, Obit|
|Hoth, Alice D.||1883||1943|
|Hoth, Dale Edward||6-2-1959||Son of Fred R. & Goldie M.|
|Hoth, Henry F.||1877||1955|
|Hoth, Fred Richard||3-5-1921||9-25-1975||S/W|
|Hoth, Goldie Mae||4-24-1926||2-23-2000|
|Hulse, Diana L.||2-22-1950||5-22-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks, D/O Richard Melbourn and Evelyn Ruth Whithorn Hendershot. She was preceded in death by her father and a granddaughter, Taylor Hobbs.|
|4 Jan 1904||3 Jun 2000||Son of Frank & Sallie Humiston, Obit|
|26 Sep 1911||11 Dec 1972||Wife of Raymond Frank, Daughter of William & Lena Griggs, Obit|
|25 Jul 1908||8 Sep 1974||Son of Frank & Sallie Humiston, Obit|
|23 Sep 1922||6 May 1996||Wife of Edward O. Humiston, Daughter of Lloyd & Nancy Shufelberger, Obit|
|9 Sep 1946||9 Jul 1987||Son of Edward O. & Doris Humiston, Obit|
|Imel, Joan||8-28-1933||9-13-2005||b. Liberal ks Seward co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Mack and Elsie Nix Helsel. She graduated from Hutchinson High School and Salt City Business College. A resident of Hutchinson since 1941, she was employed at Benton's Greenhouse. She was a former member of Hutchinson's Women's Bowling Association and had taught youth bowling.|
|Inkanish, Charles D., Sr.||2-29-1880||9-29-1949|
|Keffer, Phillip W.||8-8-1924||12-11-2005||b. Hutchinson ks Reno co, d. Lawrence ks Douglas co, S/O Alva W. and Chrystal A. Brown Keffer. He was a U.S. Navy veteran|
|Kent, Delpha Trusler||1907||1938|
|Kightlinger, Fayette W.||18 Oct 1966||Age 69yr 24d, Obit|
|Kightlinger, Forrest L.||25 Dec 1966||Age 72yr, Obit|
|Kightlinger, Inez I.||11 Aug 1970||Age 62yr, Obit|
|4 Jan 1977||Age 82yr, Obit|
|Kline, William L.||8-11-1914||1-23-2006||b. & d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, S/O Norval N. and Maude Lamont Kline. He was a 1932 graduate of Hutchinson High School. He attended Hutchinson Junior College and graduated from the University of Kansas in 1936. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he was retired president of the Kline Insurance Agency, working from 1946 to 1992. He belonged to Park Place Christian Church. He was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Society with the KU School of Business, Lysle Rishel American Legion Post No. 68, Bob Campbell Veterans of Foreign Wars, served on the Board of Directors at Central Bank and Trust Co., past chairman of the former Grace Hospital during the merger into Hutchinson Hospital, served on the boards of Health Care Inc. and the Hutchinson Hospital, past president and served on the boards of USD No. 308 Hutchinson public schools, Hutchinson Kiwanis Club, Hutchinson Symphony, Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce, Prairie Dunes Country Club, the Kansas Association of Insurance Agents and was a State Director serving on the National Association of Insurance Agents. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army during World War II, serving as a First Lieutenant, 4th Armored Division from 1943 to 1946, receiving the Bronze Star Medal and the Battlefield Commission. On Aug. 17, 1940, he married Dorothy Shields in Dallas, Texas. She died July 8, 1996. He was preceded in death by a son, Stephen Kent Kline; and a brother, John Kline.|
|Law, Delmer O.||3-31-1916||6-17-1987||S/W|
|Law, Dorothy B.||1-29-1919||Mar. 9-5-1936|
|Law, Harvey C.||1900||1964|
|Law, Ella L.||1899||1984|
|Law, Willard Clay||10-27-1931||8-8-1933||Son of Harvey and Ella Redd Law, Twin to Glenn Ray Law|
|Leslie, Lois A.||5-30-1913||7-5-2005||b. Dover OK Kingfisher co, d. Hutchinson ks reno co, D/O Albert Porter Blair and Mary Bell Chewning Blair. She graduated from Lyons High School. She was a resident of Hutchinson since 1930. In her early years, she was a wallpaper hanger and later a childcare provider.She belonged to First Christian Church, Hutchinson and was a member of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 68. On May 22, 1931, she married N.L. Leslie at Hutchinson. He died Oct. 23, 1970. She was preceded in death by a brother, Ronald Blair; and a sister, Jean Roush.|
|Markham, Vera Blancher McFarland||1-21-1912||9-27-1986||Obit|
|McDermott, James B.||3-22-1952||51yrs 11 m 28d, Obit|
McDermott, Mary Elizabeth
|McFadden, John B.||1882||1961||S/W|
|McFadden, Lena M.||1884||1983|
|McFarland, Alva A.||1883||1977||S/W, Obit|
|McFarland, Iva P.||1893||1960|
|McFarland, James Delano||1944||1995|
|McFarland, Howard J.||5-25-1902||6-9-1980||Pvt US Army WWII|
|McFarland, Ida K.||1910||1957|
|McKinnis, Jerry L.||8-25-1938||2-10-2006||
b. Lyons ks Rice co
d. Hutchinson ks
Memorial Park Cemetery Reno co
S/O Paul and Loretta Link McKinnis. He was preceded in death by his parents.
|Mock, Flossie M.||9 Nov 1908||4 Oct 1999||Obit|
|Mock, Howard E.||10 Nov 1901||Apr 1975||Obit|
|Morgan, Clarence Joseph||8 Sep 1909||8 Apr 2003||Obit|
|Husband of Lenora Iceial Mowry|
Mowry, Lenora Iceial
|16 Apr 1893||15 Jan 1956||Wife of Elmer Mowry, Daughter of Samuel and Cora Byrd|
|Nafzinger, John L.||27 Feb 1907||24 Oct 1991||Obit|
|Newburn, Helen Irene||4-18-1931||8-23-2005||b. wichita ks sedgwick co, d. hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Harley and Martha Routh. She graduated from Wichita East High School, Wichita. A resident of Hutchinson most of her life, she was a homemaker. On Feb. 16, 1951, she married Lee Newburn at Wichita. He died in Feb. 1991. She was preceded in death by a son, Timothy; and a sister, Betty Younkin.|
|Norquist, Bertha||5-7-1911||12-11-2005||b. Ft. Scott ks Bourbon co, d. wichita, Bertha "Bert" Fagerquist Norguist. She was a member of the Moose Lodge Auxiliary, Grandma's Club, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the Union Valley Community Church, all in Hutchinson. She married Arthur Fagerquist. He later died. She married Elmer Norguist. He died in 1988. She was preceded in death by 12 brothers and sisters; three daughters; and a son.|
|Patterson, Martha Lucille||1-28-1920||10-3-2005||b. Decatur Ar Benton co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Clayton H. and Levina E. Bowen Tucker. She graduated from Dodge City High School in 1938. A Hutchinson resident since 2001, moving from Wichita, she was an operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone, Wichita, retiring in 1988.|
|Randles, James W.||1886||1949|
|Randles, Lula S.||1886||1965|
|Risley, Edith P.||11-11-1925||9-29-2005||b. Monmouth ks Crawford co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno, D/O Fred and Ethel M. Williams Davidson. She was a graduate of McCune Rural High School in 1943. A longtime resident of Hutchinson, she was a homemaker and involved in the family business, Risley's IGA Store. She was a member of Eastwood Church of Christ; TOPS; and an active community volunteer. On May 21, 1944, she married Buren Risley in Monmouth. He died Aug. 23, 1997. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Glenn, Howard and Lester Davidson; a sister, Velma Teeter; and a grandson, Jeremy Bankey.|
|Roberts, Lucille||12-4-1912||7-10-2005||b. Butler county ks, d. Scott City ks Scott co, D/O Lloyd and Rosa Belle Stover Arnall. A Scott City resident since 2000, formerly of Hutchinson, she was a homemaker. She belonged to First Presbyterian, Cottonwood Falls, and OES, Cottonwood Falls, and she was secretary for 30 years of former Elks Lodge, Hutchinson. On June 19, 1960, she married Ray C. Roberts, Sr. at Great Bend. He died May 22, 1992. She was preceded in death by two brothers, a sister, a grandson and a great-grandson.|
|Rowland, Helen Rhogene||6-11-1901||2-18-2006||
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Prk Cemetery ""
She was born on the family farm north of Hutchinson, the firstborn child of Charles William and Iowa Gabriella Vincent Rowland. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, William V. Rowland; two sisters, Mary Elizabeth Morris and Alice Clyfton Wempe; and several great- and great-great-nephews and nieces.
|Sacco, Dominic Joseph||11-26-1972||11-20-2005||b. Albany NY Albany co, d. Taji, Iraq, Nick soldier from Ft. Riley, S/O William and Diane Ramandi Sacco. He graduated from Albany High School in 1991. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on March 14, 1996. Nick was currently serving his second tour of duty in Iraq. He was a member of Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 13th Armor Regiment at Ft. Riley. He enjoyed baseball and basketball, but most of all, spending time with his family.|
|Schrock, Anna Mary||8-21-1896||9-19-1980||Granny Ann|
|Sharkey, LaFern B.||6-5-1926||8-25-2005||b. Rush Co ks, d. St. Louis City MO St. Louis co, D/O Jacob B. and Mary Elizabeth Brack Schafer. She was a longtime Hutchinson resident, and she was a retired employee at the Hutchinson Bag Corp. She was a member of Emanuel Lutheran Church, Hutchinson. On June 22, 1947, she married Norman H. Sharkey at Wichita. He died May 4, 1991.|
|Shepherd, Mary K.||11-19-1910||8-27-2005||b. Houstonia MO Pettis co, d. Hutchinson ks, D/O Jasper N. and Fratie H. Dagle Dawson. A resident of Hutchinson since 1937, she was a former employee of Hutch Bag Co. On July 24, 1938, she married William A. Shepherd. He died June 1, 1944. She was preceded in death by four brothers; and four sisters.|
|Smith, Helen Geneva||10-13-1920||11-16-2005||b. Pawnee co KS, d. Lawrence ks Douglas co, D/O Amos A. and Clara M. Prudham Fox. On Aug. 5, 1939, she married Lawrence N. Smith in Nickerson. He died Nov. 6, 2003. She was preceded in death by son, Eddie L. "Ed" Smith M.D.; two brothers, Emett and Dayton Fox; three sisters, Alta Mitchell, Florence Ellers and Erma Edwards; and a granddaughter, Brenda Barrington.|
b. Pierre SD Hughes co
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery "
D/O O.J. and Margaret Schroder Moran. She graduated from Sylvia High School in 1937. A longtime Reno County resident, raised in the Sylvia Community, she was a homemaker. Prior to World War II, she worked at Kress's at Hutchinson, and during the war she worked at an airplane manufacturing plant in California. He was preceded in death by a son, Dennis; six brothers, Alfred, Lester, Floyd, Alvin, Earl and Merlin Moran; a sister, Viola Bright; and a daughter-in-law, Pam S. Snowbarger.
|Spears, Laurence A.||1903||1989|
|Storm, Norton Harvey||8-4-1926||5-27-2005||b. Ethan S.D. Davison co, d. Hutchinson ks reno co, S/O Henry William and Norma Klumb Storm. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Earl and Allen Storm; and a sister, Irene Hecht.|
|Stout, Hope P.||12-6-1907||10-22-1998|
|Stout, Norman, Jr.||2-5-1932||S/W|
|Stout, Shirley J.||8-5-1934||3-13-1992||Mar 3-19-1954|
|Stout, Dr. Robert James||12-21-1927||1-5-2006||
b. Alden ks Rice co
d. Colorado Springs co El Paso co
Memorial Park Cemetery Reno co
Jim S/O William Spurgeon and Mary Elizabeth Proffitt Stout. He was a 1945 graduate of Alden High School, 1955 graduate of Ottawa University with a B.A., Ottawa, Kan., 1959 graduate of Fort Hays State University with his M.S., Hays, and received his Doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 1969, Greeley, Colo. A resident of Colorado Springs since 1964, he was a nationally certified school psychologist, retiring in 1999 after spending 42 years teaching in Alden, Sterling, McPherson and Colorado Springs. He belonged to First Presbyterian Church of Colorado Springs, Colo., and many professional and educational organizations where he held numerous offices. He served in the U.S. Army from 1946 to 1947 in the Occupation of Japan. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers; and two sisters.
|Strawn, Tony H.||2-29-1968||5-27-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson, S/O James O. and Linda S. Stephens Strawn. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Edgar and Mildred Stephens; and Lawrence and Eva Strawn.|
|Summers, Frank A.||1939||Age 48, Obit|
|Thiessen, John M.||10-21-1917||10-28-1956||KS Sgt Co A 748 MP BN WWII|
|Trusler, Charles C.||1885||1967||S/W|
|Trusler, Grace J.||1887||1970|
|Trusler, Donald D.||1909||1965||S/W|
|Trusler, Lena M.||1911||1990|
|Trusler, Lloyd E.||11-10-1881||1-21-1965|
|Urban, John R.||1-2-1920||1-3-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks Reno co,
S/O George P. and Marie E. Crane Urban. He was a 1937 graduate of St.
Teresa's High School. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, he had been employed
with the former Hutchinson Foundry for 25 years, retiring as assistant
manager from Baker Manufacturing after 19 years.
He belonged to St. Teresa's Catholic Church, where he served as altar boy, usher and Eucharistic minister; Knight's of Columbus Council No. 612; American Legion Lysle Rishel Post No. 68 and VFW Bob Campbell Post No. 1361, all in Hutchinson. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II.
|Vaughan, Kathleen J.||6-20-1931||12-20-2005||b. Plevna ks reno co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Floyd and Otilla Nusser Wright. She was a resident of Hutchinson since 1997, moving from Coffeyville, where she had lived since 1952. In July 1952, she married Russell D. Vaughn. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Terri.|
|Vernon, Lura L.||1901||1969|
|Vernon, William A.||1896||1958|
|Webster, M. Fae||10 Jan 1910||1981||Age 71, Obit|
|Webster, Paul Edward||8-9-1932||10-22-2005||b. Sleeper MO Laclede co, d. Penalosa ks Kingman co, S/O James Alvin and Bertha Belle Nutter Webster. U.S. Army Ranger, serving during the Korean War. He was preceded in death by a brother, Richard; and two sisters, Elsie Dodson and Dorothy Sherman.|
|Werner, Omar Ronald||8-22-1917||1-7-2006||
b. Seattle WA King co
d. Hutchinson ks Reno co
Memorial Park Cemetery ""
S/O Ramond Clarence and Lula Meyers Werner. A resident of Hutchinson since 1945, he worked for American Optical for 25 years, retiring in 1982, later working for Cessna.
He belonged to Community Church of the Brethren. He served in the U.S. Army Air force during World War II.
On April 6, 1944, he married Esther L. Arnold in Aurora, Colo. She died July 31, 2001. He was preceded in death by a son, Dennis in 1996.
|Winder, Nancy||15 Oct 1871||1963||Obit|
|Wingert, Janice E.||6-26-1946||8-18-2005||b. & d. Hutchinson ks, D/O Kenneth and Verna Strayer Wingert. She was a 1964 graduate of Hutchinson High School. A longtime resident of Hutchinson who had also lived in San Diego, Calif., she was a bank conversion specialist for Data Center Inc. She also worked for First National Bank and Hutchinson National Bank. She belonged to Credit Women International Credit Professionals of Hutchinson, where she had served as past president. She received the State Credit Woman of the Year Award. She was preceded in death by her father.|
|Young, W. H.||23 Aug 1861||19 July 1944||Obit|
|Young, Nettie||1 Sep 1953||Age 88yrs 13d, Obit|
Young, Everett E.
|15 Jun 1929||Age 40yrs 3m 15d, Obit|
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