Larry Dale Stroede Obituary
a y : Kanopolis youth dies of injuries KANOPOLIS - Larry Dale itroede, 19, Kanopolis, died Monday afternoon in a Topeka hospi- al of injuries suffered in a one- car accident near Ellsworth Saturday. Saturday. He was alone in the car on Kanopolis Road at the southeast edge of Ellsworth when the vehicle vehicle went out of control, hit 3 posts and overturned twice be- : ore coming to rest 176 feet 'rom the road. Mr. Strode was taken to Ellsworth Ellsworth County hospital, then transferred to Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka. . He was born Oct. 17, 1950 at Ellsworth and was an employe of the Ell-Kan Manufacturing Co., Ellsworth. He was a member member of the Immanuel Lutheran Ihurch, Ellsworth. Survivors are the parents, and Mrs. Dale Stroede; 3 sisters, Nancy, Joleen and Sandy; and brother Rodney, all of the his grand- Mrs. Art in Kanopolis; parents, Mr. and and Stroede, Kanopolis, and Herbert Vloetz, Ellsworth. The funeral will be at 2 Thursday at the Grubb funeral lome, Ellsworth, the Rev. AI iysom officiating. Burial will in the Kanopolis cemetery.