Lonnie Ray Feeler age 77 of Coffeyville passed away on July 17, 2019 at Windsor Place .
Lonnie was born on November 4, 1941 in Caney to Benjamin and Virginia (Allison) Feeler. He attended school in Caney and later Winfield. Lonnie went to work for Beechcraft and he also detailed cars for a number of years. When he made Coffeyville his home he found work at Western Publishing, Kopco, and Spears. On October 21, 1991 he was united in marriage to Kathleen Mann in Bartlesville, OK. In his younger years Lonnie enjoyed hunting, he loved listening to country music, and loved traveling when he had the chance.
Lonnie’s memories will live on with his sister Sheilah Smith her husband L. Michael, 4 nephews and a niece and several great-nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews, and several sister in laws.
He now rests with his parents, wife of 27 years Kathy, and a brother Lee Roy Feeler.
Honoring Lonnie’s wishes cremation has taken place and the family will hold a memorial service at a later time. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel.com
Charlotte Anne Wheeler, 68, passed away on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
Charlotte was born on March 2, 1951 in Centreville, Maryland to Charles and Gloria (Hammond) Starkey. On March 3, 1967 she married the love of her life, Gene R. Wheeler in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The couple moved around while Gene served in the military, this included being stationed overseas.
The couple settled in Coffeyville in the early 2000’s after Gene retired. Charlotte earned her CNA and her CMA and worked as a nurse’s assistant. She attended church at Dearing Christian Church and stayed very active in the several groups including the Classy Girls Group. She enjoyed crafting, bingo and playing the slots at the casinos. Most of all she loved the time she spent with her family and dogs.
Charlotte is survived by her loving husband, Gene Wheeler; children, Teresa Bosteder and husband, Mitch of Gooding, Idaho, Lewis Wheeler of Gooding, Idaho, Juanita Dixon of Pocatello, Idaho; grandchildren, Ashley Burns and husband, Chris, Jessica Cowen and husband KJ, Veronica Wheeler, Victoria Wheeler, Christian Dixon; great grandchildren, Shaun Burnett, Dawson Burnett, Tristen Bingham, Nikolai Burns and Autumn Cowen; sisters, Dorthey Leake of Kings George, Virginia, Marilyn Lett of Spotsylvania, Virginia; brothers, Johnny Starkey of Bowling Green, Virginia and Timmy Starkey of Colonial Beach, Virginia.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday, July 26, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Dearing Christian Church in Dearing, Kansas. Burial will follow at Robbins Cemetery west of Coffeyville.
Friends may sign the guest register on Thursday, July 25, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas.
To leave a message for the family online, visit www.dwbfh.com
David W. Barnes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Brady Edward Merriman, 96, of Daytona Beach, Florida passed away on Thursday, June 27, 2019.
Brady was born on May 24, 1923 in Lenapah, Oklahoma to Fred and Eula (Blakemore) Merriman. He grew up in Lenapah where he graduated high school. He furthered his education at the University of Iowa.
Brady proudly served his country in the United States Navy. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant and was a Flight Instructor at Pensacola, Florida Naval Air Base. After receiving his honorable discharge he began working for Sherwin Williams in the lab as a chemist from 1946 until the mid-1970’s. He then worked as a supervisor for National Zinc in Bartlesville, Oklahoma until his retirement.
In 1946 he was united in marriage to Betty Caine in Coffeyville, Kansas. The couple made their home in Coffeyville where they raised their two daughters. Brady was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Coffeyville, and a Freemason with the Keystone A:.F:. & A:.M:. Masonic Lodge #102 in Coffeyville for 73 years. He enjoyed playing the guitar and violin. Most of all he loved the time he spent surrounded by his family.
Brady is survived by his daughters, Paula Miller and husband, Dr. Stephen Miller of Coffeyville, Kansas, Nancy Jo McBrayer of Daytona Beach, Florida; nephews, Phillip Merriman and wife, Charlene of Coffeyville, Kansas, Jim Jordan and wife, Rosie of Garnett, Kansas; three grandchildren, Lisa and Bryan Lang and their children, Hayden, Harper, and Hudson of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Brian Hefley and child, Ashlyn of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Logan Pate of Charleston, South Carolina; four step grandchildren, Kim Sims and husband, Jon and their children, Carter and Grant of Brentwood, California; Susie Miller and David Powell and their children, Maddy, Scott and Brian of Coffeyville, Kansas, Tim Miller and wife, Amanda and their children, Tyler, Zach and Macyn of Spicewood, Texas, Bryan Miller and Carissa Walsh and their child, Austin of Coffeyville, Kansas; He was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife, Betty in 2009, five brothers and three sisters.
Following Brady’s wishes, cremation has taken place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas.
A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Coffeyville, Kansas. Pastor Nicole Schwartz-Eck will officiate. Masonic Rites will be provided by the Keystone Lodge #102 of Coffeyville. Military Honors will be provided by the Coffeyville VFW Post 1022 and American Legion Post 20.
Friends may sign the guest register between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville until the day of the memorial service.
The family suggests memorials to the First United Methodist Church or Halifax Health Hospice at 655 N Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 or mail in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home to 306 N Cline, Coffeyville, Kansas.
To leave a message for the family please visit www.dwbfh.com
David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.
Berniece Louise Palmer, 72, of Coffeyville passed away Monday, July 22, 2019 at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center.
She was born on August 15, 1946 at Coffeyville to Denver L. and Berniece (Hayes) Banzet. Louise grew up in the Valeda, Kansas area attending Valeda Grade School and graduating from Labette County High School in Altamont, Kansas.
In 1969 she married the love of her life, Joe L. Palmer at Angola, Kansas. Following their marriage they made their home in the Coffeyville area
where they raised their sons, Steve and Bradley. Her husband preceded her in death on March 17, 2016.
Louise worked at Western Publishing Co., was a legal secretary for Larry Markle and later became a CNA at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center.
She was a member of the Church of Christ. Louise enjoyed gardening and loved spending time with her family especially her grandchildren.
Survivors include two son, Steve Palmer and wife, Kari of Coffeyville and Bradley Palmer and wife, Shawna of Branson, Missouri; one sister, Ruby Eppler and husband, Jim of Dewey, Oklahoma; three brothers, Howard Banzet and wife, Pam of Coffeyville, Larry Banzet and wife, Carla of Claremore, Oklahoma, and Barry Banzet and wife, Beth of Springfield, Missouri; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Joe, and one brother, Leon “Butch” Banzet in 1992.
A memorial service celebrating Louise’s life will be at 1:00 p.m., Friday, July 26, 2019 at the Church of Christ, 1005 Siggins St.
The family suggests memorials to the Church of Christ; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.
To leave a message for the family please visit www.dwbfh.com.
David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.
Maxine Duncan age 89 of Coffeyville, passed away on July 18, 2019 at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center.
Maxine was born on February 16, 1930 in Lane, KS to JD and Irene Nictcher. She graduated from Field Kindley High School. After graduation she worked for Southwestern Bell. She was united in marriage to Roy Duncan on November 21, 1948, the couple made their home in Coffeyville. They were blessed with four daughters; Maxine was a wonderful mother who loved taking care of her family and the family home. Maxine has been a long time and very active member of the First Presbyterian Church.
Maxine’s memories will live on with her daughters, Nancy Simmons her husband Larry, Carol Stephens her husband Kyle, Peggy Lewman her husband Greg, and Pattie Porter her husband Tom, 9 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren, and her sister Jessie Drumeller.
She now rests with her parents and beloved husband of 66 years Roy.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 2:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church with Pastor Diane Massey officiating. Burial will immediately follow at Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The family suggests memorials be made payable to the First Presbyterian Church and they may be sent in care of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel 2405 Woodland Ave. Coffeyville, KS 67337. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel
Harold Eugene Reynolds, 80, of Coffeyville, Kansas went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at home with his family by his side.
Harold was born June 4, 1939 to Charles and Julia (Richmond) Reynolds in Pillager, Minnesota. He was the oldest of three boys.
He started school in Pillager then his family moved to Redfield, South Dakota when he was 7 years old; he went on to earn his high school dip
loma in Redfield. While in high school, at only 16 years old, Harold joined the U.S. Army National Guard. He was active in the National Guard for 4 years and remained as IRR (Inactive Ready Reserve) for several more years until he was honorably discharged.
After high school he worked for a newspaper print shop for a year. He then attended Lab School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Upon completion of his schooling he worked for 10 months at Faulkton Hospital as a lab technician. In 1966 he moved to Caney, Kansas where he was the Lab and X-Ray Technician for the Caney Hospital for the next 10 years.
After settling into his life in Caney, he took an interest in learning to fly small planes. In the spring of 1967 he met his future wife, Gwen Craig. For their first date, Harold took Gwen flying in an airplane. The loving couple was married on December 27, 1967 in Poteau, Oklahoma. They had two daughters and a son that were all born at Caney Hospital. The couple made their home in Caney.
After his employment at the Caney Hospital, Harold worked for KOPCO Printing Company for 3 years.
Harold and his family were members of the First Christian Church in Caney where he served as a Deacon. He was an active member of the Jaycees and the Lions Club for several years.
In 1978, he went to work at Farmland Industries in Coffeyville, Kansas. In 1979, he and his family moved to Coffeyville. He remained employed with Farmland for 28 years until his retirement. After moving to Coffeyville, the family joined the Tyro Christian Church. He belonged to the Tried and True Sunday school class and the Joy group.
In addition to his passion for flying, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, and wood working; he was an avid reader. Most often he would spend his free time fishing. His wood working often resulted in items made for friends and family. He also enjoyed trips back to Minnesota to visit family and attend the family reunions.
Survivors include his loving wife, Gwen Reynolds of the home; two daughters, Michelle Stoughton and husband, Jim of Memphis, Indiana; Lynette Wherrell of Coffeyville, Kansas; son, Craig Reynolds and wife, Trisha of Hobbs, New Mexico; ten grandchildren, Lauren Harrington and husband, Dillon, Tyler Cox and fiancé Katelyn West, Tandi Cox, Matthew, Brett and Kelsey Stoughton, Taylor Vaughan, Miah, Clayton and Chase Reynolds; two great grandsons, Bentley Harrington and Baker Harrington (due in September); one brother, John Reynolds and wife, Marilyn of Urbana, Missouri; sister-in-law, Marcelline Reynolds of Mt. Vernon, Washington along with several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Julia; a stepfather, Ed Gochanour; brother, Paul Reynolds; granddaughter, Parker Wherrell; and son-in-law, David Wherrell.
Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Tyro Christian Church in Tyro, Kansas. Evangelist David Bycroft will officiate.
Friends can sign the guest register on Friday, July 19, 2019 12:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas. Family will greet friends Friday evening at the funeral home from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice or to Tyro Christian Church Pre School: Birth to Kindergarten; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.
To leave a message for the family online, please visit www.dwbfh,com
David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas is in charge of arrangements.
Jessie Lou “J.L.” Hunt, 100, of Coffeyville, Kan., died Monday, March 25, 2019, at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center after a brief hospitalization.
A Memorial Service celebratring J.L.’s life will be at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, July 20th at the Veterans Memorial Patio in Fairview Cemetery with Pastor Nicole Schwartz-Eck officiating. Inurnment will follow in Fairview Cemetery.
David W. Barnes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Debra Jean Woodall-Evensvold, 46, of Coffeyville passed away Friday, July 5, 2019 at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, KS.
She was born on January 22, 1973 in Caney, Kansas to Charles Jackson "Jack" and Billie Jo (Morgan) Woodall. Deb grew up and attended school in Caney graduating from Caney Valley High School in 1991. She attended Pittsburg State University where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science, Deb later attended the University of Oklahoma receiving a Master's Degree in Public Administration.
Deb was the Marketing Director at the Price Tower Arts Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, she later worked for KOTV News on 6 and KRMG Radio in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and WIBW in Topeka, Kansas. She moved to Coffeyville in 2004. Deb later began working for SEK Media as News Director of KGGF, KUSN, and KQQF Radio Stations. Deb loved her work and those she worked with, she especially enjoyed mentoring newcomers to broadcast news.
She was a member of Cornerstone Church of Caney, served on the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees, and was an associate member of Blue Star Mothers.
On May 28, 2010 she married Marty Evensvold at the Caney United Methodist Church in Caney, Kansas, Following their marriage they made their home in Coffeyville.
Survivors include her husband, Marty of the home; two step-sons, Glenn Evensvold of the home and Isaiah Evensvold of Fresno, California; two sisters, Patricia Ann Samson and husband, Sam of Caney, Kansas and Rebecca Lynn Wheatley and husband, Jerry of Caney, Kansas; and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.
Services celebrating Deb's life will be at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at the Cornerstone Church of Caney, 900 S. Ridgeway, Caney, Kansas. Burial will follow in Sunnyside Cemetery in Caney.
Friends may call on Tuesday, from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville. The family will greet friends on Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
The family suggests memorials in Deb's memory to a Broadcast Communications Scholarship at Coffeyville Community College; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.
Betty Lorene Angleton, 90, of Coffeyville passed away Monday, July 1, 2019 at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, OK.
She was born on June 16, 1929 near Cherokee, KS to Orville and Viola (Horn) Uttley. Betty attended school in West Mineral, KS until her family moved to a farm near Bartlett, KS and she completed her education graduating from Labette County High School in Altamont, KS.
On January 23, 1949 she married Duane “Bub” Angleton at Parsons, KS. Following their marriage they made their home in Coffeyville where they raised their family.
Betty worked in the credit department at Sears and Roebuck in Coffeyville for 9 years, she also assisted Bub at the Pig Stand and later owned and operated Angleton Speedy Mart.
She enjoyed playing Bunco for over forty years, growing flowers and working in her yard, catching up with friends and family on Facebook. Betty loved spending time with her family.
Survivors include her husband, Bub of the home; three sons, Jack Angleton and wife, Lisa of Tulsa, OK, Dick Angleton of Broken Arrow, OK; and Bob Angleton and wife, Lisa of Coffeyville; eight grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters.
Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at the Veterans Memorial Patio in Fairview Cemetery with Harold Thomas presiding. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Park.
Visitation will be on Monday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville. The family will receive friends on Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or Coffeyville Friends of Animals; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.
To leave a message for the family please visit www.dwbfh.com.
David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.
Earl "Wayne" Bishop, 99, of Coffeyville, Kansas passed away on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at home.
Wayne was born May 20, 1920 in Coffeyville, Kansas to Noah and Bertha (Ford) Bishop; he attended and graduated from Field Kinley High School in Coffeyville. Wayne married Violet Faye Mann on December 24, 1939 in Coffeyville, Kansas the couple made their home in Coffeyville, Kansas. Wayne was employed by Carlton Hall Dairy, W B Mann Construction; Wayne then started his own construction business Bishop Construction Company, Quality Homes and Remodeling and built numerous homes in and around Coffeyville as well as the Bishop Apartments. Following his retirement from his construction company Wayne was employed as the Building Inspector for the City of Coffeyville, Kansas and then he became Vice President of Construction for Medicalodges where he received his pilot's license and flew to different job sites.
In his younger years Wayne enjoyed square dancing with Faye. Always a favorite for Wayne and Faye were family gathering and time with friends. Wayne also enjoyed boating, water skiing, hunting, fishing, gardening, working on the family ranch and traveling in the motorhome with the Good Sam Honeybees group. After retirement Wayne enjoyed Golf and he was always helping someone with a project and will be remembered as the fix-it-man.
Wayne served in the National Guard in the 114th Cavalry from December 19, 1938 to October 1, 1940. Wayne was a life member of Trinity United Methodist Church, and was also active in the Westernaires Saddle Club, Circle C Saddle Club; He was a Charter Member of the Good Sam Travel Club Honeybee Chapter and served as President and Wagon master.
Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Faye, brother Don Bishop, two sisters, Joyce Holst and Cleda Suggs, son Billy Wayne Bishop and granddaughter, Darla Renee Hawthorne. Those left to honor his memory include one son, Merrill Bishop, Coffeyville, Kansas; one daughter, Darlene Bishop Donahue, rural Independence, Kansas; three granddaughters, Sherri Stotts, Caney, Kansas; Chantel ( Justin) Wilson, Owasso, Oklahoma; Tina (Mark) Wadzeck, Austin, Texas; five great-grandchildren, Cashius ( Kirsten) Stotts, Caney, Kansas, Brandon Hawthorne, McKinney, Texas; Macy Wilson, Braylin Wilson, and Dakota (Meaghan) Wilson, all of Owasso, Oklahoma.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1001 W. 8th St., Coffeyville, Kansas. Reverend Lee Passwater will be officiating. Burial will follow at Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may sign the register on Tuesday, July 2, 2019 from 9 to 5 at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville. The family has requested memorial contributions be made payable to Trinity United Methodist Church and may be left in care of the chapel. To leave a special message for the family please visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel.com