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Deaths & Funerals JO Thursday December 8 1994 m The Kansas City Star The Star runs death notices free of charge as a public service They are edited for length clarity and conformity To style For example The Star customarily omits names of surviving grandchildren and limits most obituaries to list one job and two church or club memberships To place a notice call (816) 234-4300 The items under the “classified funeral notices” heading are paid advertisements to inquire about them call (816) 234-4055 Allan R Browne Allan R Browne 94 a lawyer died Dec 5 1994 in the Forum Healthcare Center Over-land Park where he lived Memorial services will be at I pm Friday at the chapel of the Village Presbyterian Church cremation The family suggests contributions to the Allan R Browne Scholarship Fund of the University of Mis-souri-Kansas City School of Law Mr Browne was with the firm of Ennis Browne and Jensen be-fort he retired in 1989 Earlier he was a partner in Ennis Browne and Martin he practiced law in Kansas Allan R Browne City for 52 years He was a member of the American Bar Association and the Missouri Bar He was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court and the US District Coun of Appeals He was president of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys in 1973 the UMKC School of Law Alumni Association in 1967 and the Kansas City Bar Association in 1962-63 He received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University in 1922 was a 1925 graduate of the University of Kansas City law school and was a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth He was a member of Delta Theta Phi and Alpha Sigma Phi He served in the Army for 14 years and was a judge advocate in Japan he retired as a colonel in 1956 His first wife Blanche Longan Browne died in 1956 His second wife Phoebe Mosman Harrington Browne died in 1 984 He was bom in El Paso Texas and lived in this area most of his life he also lived in Hawaii Survivors include two daughters Virginia B Mount Boulder Colo and Carol B Harrington Prairie Village three grandsons and four great-grandchildren Carl J LaSala Carl J LaSala 59 Lee's Summit former owner of a tire store died Dec 6 1 994 at the home Services will be at 10 am Friday at St Mark's Catholic Church Independence burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery Raytown Friends ipay call from 2 to 9 pm today at the Pas-santino Chapel where the rosary will be said by the parish at 4 pm and by the Knights of Columbus at 7 pm Mr LaSala owned Carl's Tire Center on Truman Road from 1966 until he retired in 1986 He was a member of the church and the Knights of Columbus He was a lifelong area resident Survivors include his wife Mickey LaSala of the home two daughters Carol LaSala and and Marianne Pasalich of Independence his mother Mary LaSala and a brother Alfonso LaSala both of Kansas City a granddaughter and a great-grandson Stephen D McDaniel Stephen D McDaniel 48 Leawood president of the Old American insurance Co died Dec 6 1994 at St Joseph Health Center Services will be at 10 am Saturday at the Church of the Nativity Leawood Friends may call from 6 to 8 pm Friday at the McGilley State Line Chapel where the rosary will be said at 7 pm The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society Mr McDaniel joined the company in 1969 became chief operating officer in 1987 and became president in 1988 He was a chartered life underwriter and a fellow of the Life Management Institute He was chairman of the board of directors of Truman Medical Center served on the center's executive committee and was chairman of its risk management committee He was a board member of the Hospital Hill Health Services Corp and the Swope Ridge Geriatric Center He received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Kansas in 1968 and was president of Phi Kappa Theta at KU He received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1972 He was a member of the UMKC Alumni Board and the Bloch School of Business and Public Administration alumni association placement committee He served on the financial management committee at Rockhurst High School and was vice president of the Notre Dame de Sion School board He was a scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 395 for three years He was a member of the church He was a lifelong area resident Survivors include his wife Beverly McDaniel a son Brian M McDaniel and a daughter Shelley McDaniel all of the home his mother Rosemary McDaniel Kansas City a brother Mark R McDaniel Blue Springs and a sister Janet L Lane Kansas City John C Schneider John C Schneider 56 Lakewood Colo a former teacher in this area died Oct 311 994 at a hospital in Denver Services were Nov 5 The family suggests contributions to the John C Schneider Scholarship Fund in care of the First Bank 1940 S Kipling Parkway Lake-wood Colo 80227 Mr Schneider taught English at Coronado Junior High School from 1966 to 1970 and taught English at Washington High School from 1970 to 1973 He was an investigator for the US Office of Personnel Management retiring in February 1994 He received a bachelor's degree in English from Rockhurst College and a master's degree in education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City He was a Marine veteran He was bom in Leavenworth and moved to Colorado 1 0 years ago Survivors include his wife Carole Schneider of the home five sons John D Schneider El Paso Texas Blaise Schneider Denver Bart Schneider Littleton Colo Nick Schneider South Korea and Kelly Schneider Lakewood and his mother Margaret Schneider and a sister Peggy Stimach both of Kansas City Kan Continued from Page C-16 WANDA M BROWN Wanda Mae Brown 55 south Kansas City died Dec 7 1994 in the Deerbrook Health Care Center Services will be at I pm Saturday at the Park Lawn Chapel burial in Green Lawn Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 pm Friday at the chapel Mrs Brown was bom in Lexington Mo and had lived in this area since 1955 She formerly was a shipping clerk for the US Toy Co She was a member of the Red Bridge United Methodist Church Survivors include her husband James M Brown of the home two sons Tony Brown Knob Noster Mo and Terry Brown Kansas City a daughter Debbie Brown Portland Ore a sister Rosie Lockhart New Haven Mo and four grandchildren WILLIAM CARUSO William Caruso 54 Bates City Mo died Dec 6 1994 at St Luke's Hospital Services will be at 2 pm Friday at the Royer Chapel Oak Grove burial in Concord Cemetery south of Bates City Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 pm today at the chapel Mr Caruso was bom in Waukegan III and lived in Odessa Texas before moving to Bates City in 1975 He worked for the National Aluminum & Brass Foundry Survivors include two daughters Tina Ashley and Dena Ashley of Texas four stepsons Quincy Michael Blue Springs Riley Michael and James Michael of Kansas City and DJ Michael Lexington Mo a stepdaughter Vicky Brown Oak Grove his mother May Caruso Illinois five brothers Robert Ashley Scotts Valley Calif Steven Ashley Terre Haute lnd Lonnie Ashley Texas Kevin Scott Ashley Houston and Jim Lindsey Keyesport III seven sisters Joyce Gross Beckemeyer III Jan Poole Wentzville Mo Linda Brunes Tennessee Jayne Wooldridge Old Monroe Mo Lisa Ashley Boston Laurie Bocklagc Westphalia Mo and Lisa Ann Buetlikoffer Keyesport and 16 greatgrandchildren JOHN COLE John Cole 87 of the Medicalodge-East Kansas City Kan died Dec I 1994 at Bethany Medical Center Graveside services will be at 1 pm Friday at Maple Hill Cemetery Friends may call from 10 am to noon Friday at the Thatcher Chapel Mr Cole was bom in Shannon Miss and had lived in Kansas City Kan since 1945 He worked for the St Louis-San Francisco Railroad for 30 years retiring in 1964 His wife Callie Mae Cole died in 1973 Survivors include two sisters Evelyn DePriest Kansas City Kan and Lue Dora Ruff Detroit and nieces and nephews NELSON E COX Nelson E Cox 68 Platte City died Dec 6 1994 at the home Services are pending cremation with burial in the Leavenworth National Cemetery Mr Cox was bom in rural Platte County and was a lifelong area resident He was a cashier for the Diamond Parking Co for three years retiring in 1993 He was a member of St Mark's Lutheran Church He was a Navy veteran of World War II Survivors include a brother Martin J "Mike" Cox Platte City and a sister Elma Shepherd Smithville (Arrangements: Heritage) CATHERINE OREXLER Catherine Ingrassia Drexler 80 northeast Kansas City died Dec 6 1994 at Research Medical Center Services will be at 1 1 am Friday at the Passantino Chapel burial in St Mary's Cemetery Kansas City Friends may all from 3 to 9 pm today at the chapel The family requests no (lowers Mrs Drexler was Mm in Danville III and had lived in Kansas City since 1920 She was a cook for the Italian Gardens restaurant from 1970 to 1976 Her husband John F Drexler died in 1989 Survivors include a son John Boyd Kearney four daughters Ida Genova of the home Mary Manner and Jo Ann Scrrone of Kansas City and Barbara Logsdon Bradenton Fla a brother Sam Ingrassia San Diego two sisters Lucy Cavallaro Independence and Lena Lombardo Kansas City 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren Pallbearers: Chris McQueen Tim McQueen Tudie Manser Jay ftraskovich Pete Serrone Rick Logsdon William DiCapo and Jimbo DiCapo FRANCIS B DUFFY Francis B Duffy 88 Abilene Kan died Dec 5 1994 at a hospital in Salma Kan Ser vices will be at 1:30 pm Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church of Abilene burial in the Abilene Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8 pm Friday at the Danner Chapel Abilene The family suggests contributions to the Francis Duffy Memorial Fund Mr Duffy was bom in Buckeye Kan and lived in Abilene most of his life He owned Duffy's Green Acres bowl-ingalley and restaurant in Abilene for 22 years before he retired He was past president of the Abilene Elks Lodge He was a member of the church Survivors include his wife Lenore Duffy of the home two sons Reuben Mc-Comack Washington DC and Donald Duffy Seal Beach Calif two daughters Adrienne Kimes Carmichael Calif and Mary Ann Ewert Grandview 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren PATRICIA A FINKE Patricia A Finke 64 Kansas City in Platte County died Dec 7 1994 at the home Services will be at 10 am Saturday at St Therese Catholic Church near Parkville burial in Mount Moriah Terrace Park Cemetery Friends may call from 3 to 8:30 pm Friday at the Heritage Chapel Parkville where the rosary will be said at 7 pm The family suggests contributions to the church Mrs Finke was bom in St Louis and lived in Springfield III before she moved to this area in 1 983 She was a cafeteria worker for Park College for two yean She was a member of the church Survivors include her husband Kenneth E Finke of the home four sons Thomas M Finke of the home and Kenneth E Finke David Finke and Matthew Finke of Kansas City a brother Michael Grein St Louis three sisters Shirley Wiegers St Louis Rita Chapman Elsberry Mo and Linda Lesko Chicago and a granddaughter ERVIN FOWLKES Ervin Fowlkes 72 central Kansas City died Dec 3 1994 at St Luke's Hospital Services will be at 1 1 am Friday at the Friendship Baptist Church Kansas City graveside services will be at 1 :30 pm Friday at the Leavenworth National Cemetery Friends may call from 9 to 1 1 am Friday at the church Mr Fowlkes was bom at Lake Charles La and lived in this area most of his life He was a branch manager for the SA Maxwell Co before he retired He was an Army veteran of World War II He was a member of the Aaron Sheepfold at the church He was a member of the Ivanhoe Club Survivors include his wife Ardella Fowlkes of the homt a son Mitchell Fowlkes and a daughter Linda McCallop both of Kansas City a brother Richard Fowlkes Jr Lake Charles four sisters Victoria Giddings Almeta Moore and Mable Holly of Detroit and Ann B Serrano Brooklyn NY and a granddaughter (Arrangements: Eley & Sons) RITA L FRIEDMAN Rita L Friedman 81 south Kansas City died Dec 6 1994 at the home Graveside services will be at 2 pm today at Kehilath Israel Blue Ridge Cemetery The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the American Diabetes Association Mrs Friedman was bom in Detroit and lived in Albuquerque NM before she moved to Kansas City in 1956 She was a member of the Kehilath Israel Synagogue and the Beth Shalom Synagogue sisterhood Her husband Harry S Friedman died in 1973 Survivors include a son Robert S Friedman and a daughter Frances Malcy both of Overland Park two sisters Irene Rosenfeld and Muriel Hochstadt of Denver and four grandchildren (Arrangements: Louis) MARY P GOO BOUT Mary P Godbout 87 died Dec 7 1994 in the Villa St Joseph Overland Park where she lived Services will be at 10 am Saturday at St Pius X Catholic Church bunal in Resurrection Cemetery Lenexa Friends may call from 6 to 8 pm Friday at the church where the rosary will be said at 7 pm The family suggests contributions to the church's building fund Mrs Godbout was bom in Seneca Kan and lived in Holton Kan before moving to this area in 1953 She was a cook at St Pius X Elementary School for 25 years retiring in 1979 She was a member of the church and its Altar Society Her husband John A Godbout died in 1974 Survivors include two sons Charles Godbout Roeland Park and Robert Godbout Overland Park a daughter Dolores McDonald Overland Park 12 grandchildren: and 17 great-grandchildren (Arrangement: Amos Shawnee) QEORQE V QOODDtNQ George V Goodding 75 Overland Park died Dec 6 1994 at St Joseph Health Center Services will be at 10 am Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church Overland Park burial in Forest Hill Cemetery Friends may call from 4 to 6:30 pm today at the McGilley State Line Chapel where the rosary will be said at 6 pm The family suggests contributions to St Mary’s Mission Tohatchi NM Mr Goodding was a lifelong area resident He formerly worked for the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department He was a Marine paratrooper in World War II He was a member of the church His wife Hazel Green Goodding died in 1983 Survivors include two sisters Ann G McClure and Mary Margaret Goodding of Overland Park RONALD 8 OUST Ronald S Gust 48 rural Parkville died Dec 7 1994 at North Kansas City Hospital Services will be at 2 pm Friday at the Rollins Chapel Platte City burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery Smithville Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 pm today at the chapel The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the cemetery association’s care fund Mr Gust was a lifelong area resident He was an assembly worker at the General Motors Fairfax plant for 30 years He was a Marine veteran of the Vietnam War received a Purple Heart and was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars He was a member of the South Platte Baptist Church Survivors include his parents RA and Ruth Gust of the home and two brothers Howard Gust Riverside and Army Brig Gen David Gust Fort Monmouth NJ DOROTHY L HARRIS Dorothy Louise Harris 85 Easton Kan died Dec 6 1994 in a nursing home in Easton Services will be at 2 pm Saturday at the Quisenberry Chapel Tonganoxie Kan burial in Maple Grove Cemetery Tonganoxie Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 pm Friday at the chapel The family suggests contributions to the Stanwood Friends Church Tonganoxie Mrs Harris was bom in Neeley Kan and lived in McLouth Kan before she moved to Easton eight years ago She was a member of the church She was a member of the Leavenworth chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Survivors include her husband Jerry Russell Harris McLouth four daughters Delores McNett Lagrange Ind Iris Budenosky Tonganoxie Kan Lolita Hartley Leavenworth and Kitty Lou Stein-metz St Louis 13 grandchildren 24 greatgrandchildren and five great-great-arand-children MARTEZ D HARVEY Martez Deron Harvey infant son of Louis L and Denise Harvey of Kansas City Kan died Dec S 1994 at a hospital in Omaha Neb Services will be at 1 1 am Saturday at the Mrs JW Jones Chapel burial in Highland Park Cemetery Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 am Saturday at the chapel He was a member of the Salem Baptist Church Survivors also include three brothers Jiawian Harvey Antwian Harvey and Louis L Harvey II a sister Kelsey Smith his paternal grandmother Kathlene Harvey his maternal grandmother Sharon Arrington and a maternal great-grandmother Evelyn Rogers all of Kansas City Kan PATRICIA L ISAAK Patricia Lynn Isaak 45 Lee's Summit died Dec 5 1994 at Truman Medical Center East Cremation Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 pm Friday at Newcomer’s Floral Hills Chapel The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to a fund for her daughter’s education in care of Jeanne Schmitt Mrs Isaak was a lifelong area resident She studied nursing at Longview Community College Survivors include a daughter Jenise Isaak of the home her parents George and Betty Epperson of Independence two brothers Dale Epperson Raytown and Greg Epperson Lee's Summit and a sister Jeanne Schmitt Prairie Village WANDA J JEFFREY Wanda June Jeffrey 52 midtown Kansas City died Dec 7 1994 at Trinity Lutheran Hospital Services will be private burial in the Lee's Summit Cemetery The family suggests contributions to the Wanda Jeffrey memorial fund in care of Citizens-Jackson County Bank She was born in Greenwood in Jackson County and was a lifelong area resident She was a Catholic Survivors include a son Chris Yarber of the home a daughter Cheryl Yarber Lee's Summit a brother Delbert Jeffrey Blue Springs two sisters Lucie Short Independence and Barbara Nash Hermitage Mo and three grandchildren (Arrangements: Speaks Suburban) GRETA M JONES Greta Michelle Jones 34 Kansas City Kan died Dec 2 1994 at Providence Medical Center Services will be at 1 1 am Friday at the Salem Baptist Church burial in Highland Park Cemetery Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 am Friday at the church Ms Jones was bom in Oakland Calif and lived in this area for 26 years She was a food service worker at FL Schlagle High School She was a member of the Singles Ministry and the Naomi Circle Mission of the church She was an Air Force veteran Survivors include a daughter Qiana Mays and her mother Mable Brockington both of Kansas City Kan her father Johnny Wilson two brothers Cortez Wilson and Bennett Wilson three sisters Veda Wilson Yvette Wilson and Renee Wilson and her paternal grandmother Ora Wilson all of Los Angeles and her maternal grandmother Jessie Mae Seamsler Kansas City Kan (Arrangements: Mrs JW Jones) MARY B KILL Mary Bernardinc Kill 83 Newhall Calif formerly of this area died Dec 5 1994 at a hospital in Valencia Calif Services will be at 10 am Friday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Newhall burial in San Fernando Mission Cemetery Mission Hills Calif Friends may call from 4 to 8 pm today at the Eternal Valley Chapel Newhall Mrs Kill was bom in Kansas City and had lived in Newhall since 1939 She formerly was a cafeteria worker at Newhall elementary schools Her husband Irvin George Kill died in 1989 Survivors include a son Michael Kill Saugus Calif a daughter Judy Fountain Fremont Calif two brothers William Lutz Jr Shawnee and Jim Lutz San Marcos Calif seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren SARAH V LITTLE Sarah Virginia “Sadie” Little 83 Gladstone died Dec 5 1994 at the home Services will be at 11:30 am Saturday at the Pisgah Baptist Church near Prairie Home Mo burial in the church cemetery The family suggests contributions to the LIGHT House Kansas City Mrs Little was bora near Prairie Home and lived in St Joseph and San Gabriel Calif before moving to this area in 1988 She worked for Allstate Insurance in California retiring in 1973 Survivors include her husband of 60 years James Preston Little of the home two daughters Lillian Virginia Utile Liberty and Karen Kay Kalmus Gladstone a brother Edward Cole Prairie Home two sisters Ida Crosswhite Boonville Mo and Mary Lewis Adair Prairie Home two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren (Arrangements: McGilley Antioch) ANNA A LOQANBILL Anna Amelia Schuh Loganbill 95 died Dec 7 1994 in a nursing home in Versailles Mo where she lived Services will be at 2 pm Saturday at the First Assembly of God Church Versailles bunal in Hopewell Cemetery near Versailles Friends may caH from 7 to 8:30 pm Friday at the Kidwell-Garber Chapel Versailles The family suggests contn-butions to the church Mrs Loganbill was bom in Pierz Minn and lived in Excelsior near Versailles from 1926 until she moved to Versailles in 1988 She was a member of the church Her husband Robert M Loganbill died in 1 963 Survivors include a son Douglas Loganbill Shawnee three daughters Dolores Fulks Pleasanton Calif Evelyn Howard Versailles and Ann Forster Fayetteville Ark a sister Louise Kreiling Kansas City 10 grandchildren 18 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren CLEOPHUS LOVINQS (leophus Lovings 83 died Dec 6 1994 in the Medicalodge-South Kansas City FKan where he lived Services will be at 1 1 a m Fri day at the Mason Memorial United Methodist Church burial in Highland Park Cemetery Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 am Friday at the church Mr Lovings was bom in Eufaula Okla and lived in Muskogee Okla before moving to this area in 1920 He was a maintenance worker for the Kansas City Kan Health Department before he retired He was a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the American Association of Ketired Persons Survivors include his wife of 54 years Susie M Lovings of the home a stepson Benjamin Thomas Jr Kansas City Kan and stepgrand-children (Arrangements: Thatcher) MARY BOCH LYND Mary Mae Boch Lynd 74 died Dec 6 1994 in St Mary’s Manor Blue Springs where she lived Cremation Mrs Lynd was bom in St Clair County Mo and lived in Springfield before moving to this area in 1980 She was a Baptist Survivors include five sons Glen Boch Aurora Mo Thomas Boch Illinois Phillip Boch and Charles Boch of Kansas City and James Boch Harrisonville five daughters Bonnie Lee Excelsior Springs Connie Cordry and Delores Harris of Independence Mary Lou Jeffreys Kansas City and Clara Ellen Truesdale Springfield 27 grandchildren 39 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandson (Arrangements: Carson Independence) KENNETH R MATHEWSON Kenneth R “Turk" Mathewson 62 Topeka died Dec 6 1994 at the home Services will be at 10: 1 5 am Friday at the Lauer Chapel Seneca Kan burial in Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery Seneca The family suggests contributions to the Midland Hospice of Topeka Mr Mathewson was bom near Seneca and lived in Topeka most of his life He formerly worked for the Kansas Department of Transportation for six years He attended Washburn University Topeka He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion Survivors include his father and stepmother Frank A Mathewson and Marcella A Rethman Mathewson of Seneca two brothers Gerald Mathewson Topeka and Max Mathewson Grandview and three sisters Marilyn Huckabay Meriden Kan Donna Stewart Greenfield Ind and Ruth Gapske Overland Park TYLER E MILLER Tyler Elliott Miller 3-week-old son of Scott and Jody Miller of Lenexa died Dec 6 1 994 at Children's Mercy Hospital Services will be private cremation The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the neonatal unit of Children's Mercy Hospital Survivors also include his paternal grandparents Thomas and Jean Miller of Kansas City his maternal grandparents Richard and Barbara Nelson of Lawrence and maternal great-grandparents Roy Nelson Lindsborg Kan and Emil and Martha Johnson of Salina Kan (Arrangements: Amos Shawnee) JAMES E OSBORNE James E Osborne 88 Kansas City Kan died Dec 2 1994 at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Leavenworth Services will be at 1 1 am Friday at the Mrs JW Jones Chapel burial in the Leavenworth National Cemetery Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 am Friday at the chapel Mr Osborne was bom in Sebree Ky and lived in this area for 20 years He formerly was a cook for the Rock Island Lines He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Disabled American Veterans He is survived by nieces including Lelia Walters Kansas City Kan JOE W PACKARD Joe W Packard 83 Raytown died Dec 6 1994 at Park Lane Medical Center Services will be at 10 am Saturday at the Hinton Chapel burial in Green Lawn Cemetery Friends may call from 6 to 8:30 pm Friday at the chapel The family suggests contributions to the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children Mr Packard was bom in the Quindaro area of Kansas City Kan and was a lifelong area resident He was a carpenter retiring in 1975 He was a member of Local 61 of the Carpenters Union He served in the Navy Sea-bees during World War II He was a member of Ararat Shrine Survivors include his wife Maxine Packard of the home: a daughter Jeri Schlerf Torrance Calif two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren WINIFRED R PHIPPS Winifred R Phipps 80 Wichita formerly of this area died Dec 7 1 994 at the home Services are pending Mrs Phipps was bom in Kansas City and had lived in Wichita since 1960 She was a secretary for the Internal Revenue Service before she retired She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Wichita Survivors include her husband Robert Phipps of the home a son Mike Phipps Wichita two daughters Judy Dozier Leawood and Diana Wolff Wichita three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren (Arrangements: Resthavcn Wichita) MARY H RAQLIN Mary H Raglin 68 south Kansas City died Dec 6 1994 at Research Medical Center Services will be at I pm Saturday at the Lawrence A Jones Linwood Chapel burial in Brooking Cemetery Friends may call from 1 1 am to I pm Saturday at the chapel Mrs Raglin was bom in Creston La and lived in Campti Ark before moving to this area 42 years ago She was an assembly line worker for the Western Electric Co before she retired She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star She was a member of the Rainbow Baptist Church Survivors include two sons Jack Lee Knolley and Eric Raglin and three daughters Shirley Woods Sandra Hamilton and Phyllis Wright all of Kansas City eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren MARGIE H ROBERTS Margie H Roberts 85 Fairway died Dec 3 1994 at the home Cremation The family suggests contributions to Cancer Action Inc Mrs Roberts was bom in North Platte Neb and lived in Kansas City before she moved to Cherry Hill NJ in 1966 she moved to Fairway in 1984 She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Merchantville NJ Her husband Merle W Roberts died in 1977 Survivors include two sons Gerald M Roberts Huntsville Ala and Lowell G Roberts Columbus Ind two daughters Barbara J Ponder Fairway and Margie R Hanish Shawnee a brother Earl Houk Scottsbluff Neb five grandchildren two stepgrandchildren and five great-grandchildren OWENS L RUSSELL Owens Lavon Russell 67 Fort Scott Kan died Dec 6 1994 at a hospital in Fort Scott Services will be at II am Friday at the Cheney Witt Chapel Fort Scott burial in the National Cemetery Fort Scott Friends may call from 7 to 8 pm today at the chapel Mr Russell was bom in Fort Scott and lived in California before returning to Fort Scott in 1976 He owned Russell's Auto Repair in Fort Scott from 1976 to 1988 He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War and a member of the American Legion He was a member of the Shiloh AME Church Monrovia Calif Survivors include three sons Roger Cook Sacramento Calif Barry Russell Shawnee and Gary Russell Fort Scott two daughters Beverly Jones Kansas City and Rochelle (lark Lewisville Texas his mother NEWPAPER DELIVERY QUESTIONS? To sum a sulcrip(ion or report a delivery or billing problem call your metro area carrier or the Star Company's Customer Service Department at 234-4545 for delivery of missed copies-Monday-Friday 6:30 am to 10:30 am Saturday 6:30 am to 1 1:30 am Sunday 8:00 to 12:30 pm THE KANSAS CITY STAR DEATHS Wanda Walker and a sister Donna Willard both of Fort Scott 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren ELDRED E SAGE Eldrcd E Sage 80 Macon Mo died Dec 7 1994 in a nursing home in Mcon Services will be at 1:30 pm Friday at the Macon United Methodist Church burial in Hilk st Memorial Gardens Cemetery Macon Friends may call from 6 to 8 pm today at the Hutton & McElwain Chapel Macon The family suggests contributions to the church Mr Sage was born in Clarence Mo and lived in Marshall Mo and Nevada Mo before he moved to Macon 1 9 years ago He was formerly was superintendent of several Missouri school districts for 20 years He received a bachelor's degree in education from Kirksville (Mo) State Teachers College and a master's degree in education from the University of Missoun-Columbia He was past president of the Missouri State High School Activities Board He was a volunteer for the Macon County Senior Citizens Center Survivors include his wife LaVeme Sage of the home three sons Larry Eldrcd Sage Independence David Earl Sage Chillicothe Mo and Ronald Gene Sage Sturgeon Mo a brother John B Sage Kansas City two sisters Dorothy Ludwig Joplin Mo and Reba Weis St Charles Mo seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren EARLW SIMMONS Earl W Simmons 83 Warrensburg Mo died Dec 6 1994 in a nursing home in Warrensburg Services will be at 2 pm Friday at the First Presbyterian Church Warrensburg burial in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8 pm today at the Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Chapel Warrensburg Mr Simmons was born in Malta Bend Mo and lived in Warrensburg for 65 years He worked at the Lake City Army ammunition plant for 26 years retiring as a supervisor in 1973 He was a member of the 25-Year Club at the Lake City plant He was a member of the church Survivors include his wife Helen Simmons of the home a son Charles Simmons Houston three daughters Marilyn Burkett Independence Nedra Christian Grain Valley in Jackson County and Martha Aldridge Clinton Mo a brother Alfred Simmons Grand Pass Mo a sister Fern Hopkins Springfield 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren JOELH SMITH Joel Harry Smith 77 south-central Kansas City died Dec 6 1994 at Baptist Medical Center Services will be at 1 1 am Saturday at Paseo campus of the St James United Methodist Church burial in Forest Hill Cemetery Friends may call from 9 to 1 1 am Saturday at the church Mr Smith was bom in Mechanics-burg Miss and moved to this area 47 years ago He worked for the US Postal Service for 20 years retiring in 1980 He was an Army veteran of World War II He was a member of the trustees' and preschool boards of the church Survivors include his wife Irma L Smith of the home a son Roger V Smith Kansas City two daughters Thaylia Smith Kansas City and Dawn E Bruce Corona Calif three brothers John W Smith Jr Oakland Calif Carl D Smith Tulsa Okla and Chester C Smith Muskogee Okla five sisters Ira L Williams Nancy Mclnnis Maude Rogers Emma M Clark and Learlean D Smith of Kansas City and three grandsons (Arrangements: Watkins Brush Creek) ROY A SMITH Roy A Smith 88 died Dec 7 1994 in a nursing home in Clinton Mo where he lived Services will be at 10 am Friday at the Van-sant-Mills Chapel Clinton burial in Smith Bend Cemetery Lowry City Mo The family suggests contributions to the cemetery association Mr Smith was bom in St Clair County Mo and lived in Creighton Mo before moving to Clinton in 1993 He was a farmer before he retired He was an Army veteran of World War II Survivors include a daughter Beverly Smart Clinton three sisters Lydia Smith and Bessie Evans of Clinton and Hannah Beckner Belleville III two grandchildren and a great-granddaughter JAMEY E STOREY Jamey E Storey 17 Lee III formerly of this area died Dec 6 1994 near Lee Services will be at I pm Monday at Newcomer’s White Chapel burial in White Chapel Cemetery Friends may call from 6 to 7:30 pm Sunday at the chapel The family suggests contributions to the Jamey E Storey Memorial Fund Jamey was bom in Smithville and lived in this area until he moved to Lee in 1988 He was a senior at Indian Creek High School Shabbona III where he played in the school band He worked in the public opinion laboratory at Northern Illinois University He also played in the rock band Haunted Notion Survivors include his mother and stepfather Rhonda and Roger Berg of Lee his father and stepmother Gregory and Kelly Storey of Lee’s Summit three brothers Ben Storey and Timothy Storey of Lee's Summit and Dan Berg Lee a sister Heather Berg Lee his maternal grandmother Dorothy Cassity Gladstone and his maternal stepgrandmother Dorothy Berg Lee (Other arrangements: Jacobson Shabbona) HERBERT A SWARTZ Herbert A Swartz 77 Grandview died Dec 6 1 994 at the home Services will be at I pm Friday at the Mount Moriah & Freeman Chapel burial in Green Lawn Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 pm today at the chapel The family suggests contributions to the Heart of America Hospice Mr Swartz was bom in Croweburg Kan and had lived in this area since 1938 He worked in the shipping and packaging department of the Bendix Kansas City Division for 32 years He was an Army veteran of World War II Survivors include his wife Hazel Swartz of the home a son Lloyd Allen Swartz Benedict Neb a brother Clifford Swartz Carl Junction Mo two sisters Mabel Dark Blue Springs and Christine Bock Lee’s Summit eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren MICHAEL L TAYLOR Michael Lynn Taylor 42 Raytown died Dec 6 1994 at Research Medical Center Services will be at II am Saturday at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel burial in Floral Hills Cemetery Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 am Saturday at the chapel Mr Taylor was a lifelong area resident He was a dispatcher for Flexfleet Couriers Inc Survivors include his parents William and Dorothy Taylor of the home and a sister Patricia Taylor West Virginia DOLORES F TOBIN Dolores F “Toots” Tobin 70 southeast Kansas City died Dec 7 1994 at Research Medical Center Services will be at 10 am Saturday at St Regis Catholic Church burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery Kansas City Kan Friends may call from 5 to 8 pm Friday at the Park Lawn Chapel where the rosary will be said at 7 pm The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the Research Medical Center rehabilitation department Mrs Tobin was bom in Conception Mo and lived near Burlington Junction Mo before moving to this area in 1956 She was a member of the church Survivors include her husband Thomas J Tobin of the home three sons James Michael Tobin Norman Okla Thomas G Tobin Phoenix and Peter D Tobin Prairie Village eight daughters Julie A Bartlett and Beverly E Stone of Tonganoxie Kan Debbie Chumley and Suzanne R Tobin of Kansas City Patricia J Jackson and Cynthia Stahura of Phoenix Mary K Cochran Hubertus Wis and Christine F Kalcic Omaha Neb a brother Ronald J Meyer Gladstone a foster sister Beth A Moore Edmond Okla and 1 7 grandchildren Pallbearers: Jeff Holek Mike Tobin Sean Chumley Mike Bartlett Don Jackson and Dan Chumley OLIVE VWAYMAN Olive Vera Wayman 98 died Dec 6 1994 in the Foxwood Springs Nursing Center Ray-more in Cass County where he lived Services will be at 10:30 am Friday at the Wright Chapel Brookfield Mo burial in the Roth-ville (Mo) Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8 pm today at the chapel Memorial services will be at 10:30 am Monday at the nursing center The family suggests contributions to the Fellowship of John fund at the nursing center Mrs Wayman was bom in Fontanelle Iowa and lived in kothviUe before moving to Raymore 1 5 years ago She and her husband formerly owned a hardware store in Rothville She was a Methodist Her husband Ara Way-man died in 1980 Survivors include a son Eugene Wayman Sibley in Jackson County two grandchildren six great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren JEANNE WILSON Jeanne Keller Wilson 65 Overland Park died Dec 5 1994 in the Trinity Lutheran Manor Merriam Graveside services will be at noon Friday at Mount Moriah Cemetery Friends may call from 1 1 am to noon Friday at the Mount Moriah & Freeman Chapel The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the Kansas City Hospice Mrs Wilson was a lifelong area resident Her husband Perry Wilson Sr died in 1992 Survivors include two sons Don Lampman Kansas City and Steve Lampman Springfield a sister Patricia Robinson Estero Fla and a granddaughter KATHRYN WOODWARD Kathryn Allen Woodward 106 southwest Kansas City died Dec 6 1994 at the home Memorial services will be at 3 pm Monday at the chapel of Kingswood Manor The body was donated to the University of Kansas Medical Center The family suggests contributions to the Kathryn Allen Woodward Scholarship Fund in care of the international office of Gamma Phi Beta 12737 E Euclid Drive Englewood Colo 801 1 1 Mrs Woodward was bom April 2 1888 in Meadville Pa and lived in Denver before moving to Kansas City in 1920 She formerly taught high school in Denver She received bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Denver She was a 90-year member of Gamma Phi Beta and a member of the Janet Boone Service Club Her husband Ned K Woodward died in 1975 Survivors include grandnephews and grandnieces TOMIKO WYBLE Tomiko Wyble 66 Belton died Dec 7 1994 at St Joseph Health Center Services will be at 2 pm Saturday at the George Belton Chapel burial in the Belton Cemetery Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 pm Friday at the chapel Mrs Wyble was bom in Shiojiri Japan and had lived in Belton since 1973 She formerly was a housekeeper for motels Survivors include her husband Jesse Wyble of the home three sons Jimmie Wyble San Angelo Texas Paul Wyble Raytown and William Wyble Belton a daughter Judy Gimtono Independence a brother and three sisters in Japan and five grandchildren Classified Funeral Notices Funeral Notices II COX ANNA P W of OP passed awav Doc 6 Services tom Thurs our chapel Burial JoCo Memorial Gardens NEWCOMERS OVERLAND PARK Metcalf at ttnd 5410024 amr ema w w o Dec 6 sons Mt will receive friend Thors services 1pm Thors Floral Mills Cemetery NEWCOMERS FLORAL HILLS CHAPEL "41-0024 Olivet Cemetery Friends may call from 74pm age 7 of Blue Springs passed awav Dec GIST’S ARSON A SONS Winner of f uitor 2&29U Use Star Want Ads Funeral Notices 11 RJORY passed rial 80 of Raytown Mo i away Dec 5 Rosary Moehletooch Chapel 7:30pm Thors- Services Moehletooch Chapel 11am FrlT Interment Ml Olivet) Cemetery In state at Moehletooch Chapel 64pm Thors MUEHLEBACH 6800 T ROOST 444-2060 RUISCLL MANCV K kC Services 10 am Thors Westport Presbyterian Church Morloh iU54tH4 anuTY mrssm passed awav Doc S Services I pm Thurs af our Chapel 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