PLAINVILLE - Wanda Jean Clapp,
55, died Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1996, in the Stormont-Vail
Regional Medical Center, Topeka.
She was born Sept. 15, 1941, in Paradise
Township, Codell, to Dale and May (Mead)
She married Elzie L. Clapp in
1962. He died Feb. 26, 1987. She was a licensed practical nurse
private duty and care homes. She was an area resident for nine years, coming from Wichita.
She was an active 4-H leader in the Plainville area and past 4-H leader in Wichita. She was a
member of Chapter One, Wichita, First Southern Baptist Church and the Plainville Cardinal
Booster Club, both of Plainville.
Survivors include her parents, Plainville;
three sons, Eugene, Kirwin, Lester, Plainville, and
Graydon, of the home; a daughter, Quinita Clapp, Plainville; two brothers, Larry Dougherty,
Phillipsburg, and Dennis Dougherty, Great Bend; four sisters, Arlene Hockett, Codell, Ruby Pon,
Oberlin, Ileta Harris, Larned, and Retha Delgadillo, Pawnee Rock; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service is at 3 p.m. Friday
in the First Southern Baptist Church, Plainville, with the
Rev. George McGregor officiating; private burial was in the Plainville Cemetery.
Arrangements are being made by the Moore-Overlease Funeral Chapel, Plainville.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Wanda Jean Clapp Memorial Fund.