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Obituaries Archives for 2022-12

Mary Ellen Bogart

Mary Ellen Bogart passed away on December 20, 2022, at Redwood of Independence in Independence, Missouri.  Mary had been a longtime resident of Liberty, Kansas until she moved to be closer to her daughter in Missouri.




Mary was born on January 29, 1932, in Licking, Missouri to Ervin Hebb and Retha (Scott) Hebb. She attended school in Licking and Monzanola, Colorado. She moved back to Licking area where she met William (Bill) Bogart, they were married Sept 16, 1950, in Salem, Arkansas.  The couple moved Coffeyville, Kansas in 1952, making their forever home in Liberty, Kansas.




Mary was a member of God’s Family Chapel in Independence, a dedicated wife, and a wonderful mother, and friend. She worked at Newberrys, Krogers and retired from ACC in Independence, Kansas.  In addition to her fulltime employment, she helped her husband with cattle, haying, driving a tractor or do what needed to be done.  Her kids rejoiced on the day’s that she would say:” let’s go fishing or on a drive, this housework will be there when you kids are gone”.




She is survived by her daughter and son in law, Donna and Abe Ghazai of Lathrop, Missouri., daughter in law Peggy Bogart of Dewey, Okalhoma. Five grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband William Bogart, son Allen Bogart, great grandson Tony Bogart, sister Ruthine Buckner, and both parents Ervin and Retha Hebb.




Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., in Coffeyville, Kansas.  The family will receive friends on Monday, January 9, 2023, from 5-7pm also at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel. Memorial Contributions can be made payable to:  Alzheimer’s Association in Mary’s Memory and left in care of the chapel.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page at where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.



Kenneth Dale York

Kenneth Dale York age 85 of Coffeyville, KS passed away on December 23, 2022 at his home. Kenneth was born on March 8, 1937 in Coffeyville to Paul and Georgia (Volk) York. He was raised in Coffeyville and attended local schools, graduating from Field Kindley High School. He continued his education at Coffeyville Community College and Fort Scott Community College earning associates degrees from both. Kenneth met Beverly Sue Robinson and the couple was united in marriage on April 15, 1958, to this union they were blessed with three sons and a daughter. The family made their home in Wichita where Kenneth worked for Boeing for 13 years before moving back to Coffeyville in 1968. He then began working for the City of Coffeyville in the water treatment department retiring as assistant superintendent after 32 years of faithful service. Kenneth, above all was a true man of God, he was a loyal member of the Southview Church of God in South Coffeyville, Oklahoma where he was always willing to help in any manor; designing the church's website and teaching Sunday School. He loved being a dad and later a grandpa, he was devoted to his family and loved spending time with them all. Kenneth enjoyed collecting baseball and football cards, watching the Kansas City Chiefs, KU Basketball and telling stories. He never heard a joke he didn't like as he spent his life entertaining family and friends with his great sense of humor. Kenneth's memories will live on with his children; Michael York and his wife Athena, Greg York and his wife Merriam, and Scott York, his brother Bob York, 11 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, and several great-great-grandchildren. He now rests with his parents, his wife of 59 years Beverly, and his daughter Becky Prather. Funeral services will be held on Friday, December 30, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Southview Church of God in South Coffeyville, OK with Pastor Albertis Bray officiating. Friends are invited to sign the register and greet the family on Thursday, December 29, 2022 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at David W. Barnes Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials be made payable to the Southview Church of God and they may be left with or sent in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N Cline Road Coffeyville, KS 67337. To share a memory or to leave the family a message of condolence, please visit David W. Barnes Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with services.  

Penny Lue (Ware) Vanderpool

Penny Lue (Ware) Vanderpool age 65, passed away at Hilcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Monday, December 26, 2022.


Penny was born August 21, 1957, in Ottawa, Kansas to the- late James Ware and Dorothy (Reekie) Ware.  The family moved to Coffeyville in the early 1960's.  As a young girl she attended Lowell grade school and graduated from Field Kindley Memorial High School in 1975.


Penny married Corporal David Vanderpool USMC in September of 1979 at the Bible Baptist Church in Coffeyville.  The next 17 years found Penny living across the USA, from the North Carolina coast to Puget Sound. After David's retirement from the Marine Corps, the family made their way home in Coffeyville.


Penny was an amazing wife and mother.  Penny was a proud Marine wife and held down the fort for her family while David was deployed protecting and serving his country.  She not only maintained their home and cared for their children, but she also held a full-time job, was active in all the kid's activities often the leader of those activities.  In her spare time, she was taking college classes maintaining a 3.75 grade point average; while waiting at various activities or sporting practices for her children she always had a book in her hand studying whenever time allowed.  She completed her associate degrees degree at Craven Community College in New Bern, North Carolina.  When the family returned, she enrolled in classes at Coffeyville Community College to freshen up her computer skills and once again excelled in her classes being inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa.


Penny worked at Sabreliner, Cessna, Eck Heat and Air and completed her working days as a case worker for Department of Children and Family Services.


Penny enjoyed crafting, baking with her grandchildren, quilting and old west reenacting. She had a very strong sense of Patriotism and was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 20 for over 20 years, serving as a Unit Officer for most of that time. She also served as President of the 3rd District Kansas American Legion Auxiliary.  Penny was extremely proud of her 17 years as a Marine wife, what she called "the toughest job in the Marine Corps".


Penny was preceded in death by her father James in 1978 and sister Connie Lee (Ware) Tosh in 2009.  She is survived by her husband David of the home; son James Vanderpool of Independence; daughter Vicki Clark of Dearing; eight grandchildren; her mother Dorothy Ware of Augusta, Kansas; brothers Robert Ware, of Vera Oklahoma, Richard Ware, of South Haven, Kansas; sisters Deanna Chandler, of Vera, Oklahoma and Linda Bailey, of August, Kansas.



Viewing and register signing will begin on January 2, 2023, at 2pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas. Her family will receive friends also on Monday, January 2, 2023, from 5 to 7 pm.   Penny's request was to be cremated and a Memorial service will be held on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, at 2pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel and inurnment will follow the service at Robbins Cemetery west of Coffeyville.   The family has requested contributions be made payable to Folds of Honor in Penny's memory and may be left in care of the chapel.   Services will be streamed live under her obituary page at where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.

Sheldon R. Manley

Sheldon R. Manley, 85, of Edna, Kansas passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, December 22, 2022, at Labette Health in Parsons, Kansas.




Sheldon was born July 21, 1937, in Edna, Kansas to Ray Ona and Edna May (Comstock) Manley.  Sheldon grew up in Edna, where he attended school graduating from Edna High School in 1955 and later took classes at Coffeyville Community College.




On November 28, 1957, at the Edna Methodist Church, Sheldon married the love of his life, Mary Blevins, making their home in Edna.  A little fun fact is that neither Sheldon nor Mary ever lived more than three miles from Edna their entire life.  Early in their marriage Sheldon worked for the Railroad until 1958 when he went to work for Coop Refinery now known as CVR Energy.  During his years at the refinery Sheldon worked in many different departments and retired from the refinery in 1999 with 41 years of service.  Sheldon was quite the jokester, always finding a way to create some fun.  Humor was his way of dealing with life.




Sheldon loved country life and was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting, farming, raising cattle and horses.  At the time of his death, he had two mares that were to foal in the spring, and he was anxiously awaiting their arrival. In his younger years he enjoyed Rodeoing and bull riding.  Sheldon was best remembered as a Rodeo Clown, protecting contestants from the livestock and always enjoyed the clown reunions.  Sheldon’s children, Shelley, Scott and Shawn, have all inherited his love for the outdoors, rodeos, and his love of animals.




Sheldon was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Edna, and was very active in the community. He was an avid volunteer coach for the baseball and basketball middle school teams. and loved supporting his children and grandchildren in their activities. He was always their biggest fan.




With great love and admiration, his family that will forever cherish his memory are his wife, Mary of the home; children Shelley Ward, Scott Manley (Terri), Shawn Manley (Becca Linder); grandchildren Chase Ward, Colton Manley, Grayson Manley and great granddaughter Ryan, Taylor Manley, and Austin Manley; one great grandchild on the way; brother Darrel Manley (Norma); sister Bonnie Long; a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and amazing friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents.




In memory of Sheldon’s generous heart, love for Rodeo and family that still actively participates in the PRCA, they are asking for contributions in lieu of flowers. Donations can be made to Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund or to the LEIB 4H. JCCF provides a need-based financial assistance to athletes injured through their participation in professional rodeo.  This is A HAND UP, NOT A HAND OUT.  Contributions may be left in care of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel.




Funeral services honoring Sheldon’s life will be held on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at 1pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas with Justin McKee and Bub Miller officiating.  The family will receive friends on Monday, December 26, 2022, from 6-8 at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel.  Services will be streamed live under his obituary page at  where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.





Timothy Bishop

Timothy Bishop, age 59 of Coffeyville passed away at home on Wednesday, December 14th.


Timothy is survived by sisters Nancy Seguro and Geri Bishop Loeffler and brothers Dave Bishop and Fred Bishop.  He was preceded in death by sisters Mary Simpson, Kathy Davis and Patsy Gregory and brothers Bill Bishop and Chris Bishop and his parents George Bishop and Patricia Dehm Bishop.

Cremation has taken place.


Services will be held at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Independence at 10:00am on December 30th.


The David W. Barnes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Sherlene Diana Twitchell

Sherlene Diana Twitchell age 74 of Coffeyville passed away on December 19, 2022 at her home surrounded by her loved ones.


Diana was born October 27, 1948 in Coffeyville to Wes and Helen (Parker) Phillips. She attended local schools and graduated from Field Kindley High School. After high school she met Michael Twitchell and the couple was united in marriage on February 27, 1969. Diana spent most of her days caring for the home and their children. She was an immaculate house keeper, a great cook, and she could bake some amazing baked goods. She loved spending time in her flower garden and grew some of the most beautiful flowers. Diana loved being outdoors and had a special place in her heart for animals especially dogs, cats, cows, and horses, well all animals really. She loved her family and she loved spending time with them. She enjoyed attending church services at both the Lewark Church Of God and Emmanuel Chapel.


Diana's memories will live on with her husband Mike Twitchell, her children; Renea Justice, Travis Twitchell, and Mike Twitchell, her brothers; Ben Phillips, Rick Phillips, and Roger Phillips, five grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.


She now rests with her parents, her brother Jerry Phillips and sister Brenda Wilson Phillips.


Funeral services honoring her life will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2022 at Lewark Church Of God with Pastors Keith Dodd and James Feltner officiating. Friends are invited to sign the register on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at David W. Barnes Funeral Home from 10:00 am to 5:00pm. The family suggests memorials be made payable to either the Lewark Church Of God or Emmanuel Chapel and they may be left with or sent in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N Cline Road Coffeyville, KS 67337.


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David W. Barnes Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements.

Patricia Ann Cooley

Patricia Ann Cooley age 50, of Longton, KS unexpectedly passed away on December 19, 2022 at her home.


Trish was born on November 21, 1972 in Fayetteville, AR the eldest of six children of Jerry and Dorothy "Ginger" (Edwards) Cooley. The family made their home in Longton, KS where she attended school. She ended up earning her GED and continued her education receiving her CNA certificate. She worked as a Certified Nurses Aide at Elk Manor in Moline for many years, she was a custodian and worked in the kitchen for Elk Valley Schools,  she proudly ran and operated Pee Wee's and most  recently putting her natural caring spirit back to work for the elderly and ones that just needed an extra hand up as a private homecare provider. Trish, was always placing others' needs before her own. She never realized how selfless and good her heart truly was.


Trish met Monte Scott and even though things didn't work out between the couple they were blessed with three daughters. Through life's struggles Trish raised her daughters the best she could, she taught them the benefits of hard work, determination, love, compassion, and that she would always be there for them. Trish loved her children and if possible she might have loved her grandchildren even more, spending time with her grands and the love of her life Tom Mcray made her life complete. She enjoyed her family and would literally do anything for them.


Trish will be missed most by her love, Tom Mcray, her daughters; Heaven Scott, Lacey Scott, and Zoey Scott, her mother; Ginger Cooley, her siblings; Jerrod "Boo" Cooley and his wife Jenny, Belinda Corle and her husband Justin, Timmy Cooley and his wife Lora, Gordy Cooley, and Charity Bower and her husband Paul, grandchildren; Ollie, Roman, Quillan, Tucker, Ryot, Mila, Yeager, Odin, Raven, Maverick and Robbie, several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.


She now rests with her dad, Jerry Cooley and grandson Kaden Scott Coatney.


Honoring the wishes of Trish, cremation has taken place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home and the family will hold a private inurnment at Elk Falls Cemetery where she will be laid to rest next to her dad and grandson.


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Freda Pauline Webb

Freda Pauline Webb, age 98, of Coffeyville, Kansas, passed away on Thursday evening, December 15, 2022, at her home.


Freda was born on January 16, 1924, in a small community known as Corbin City (south of Cherryvale), in Drum Creek Township, Montgomery County, Kansas; to Grover Cleveland “Shorty” Webb and Jennie Dee Hopkins Webb.


Freda attended grade school at Corbin City and graduated as a Fighting Cherry from Cherryvale High School in 1942; and then attended night school at Olson Business College in Independence, Kansas.


Freda’s first job was at the “Magnet” variety store in Cherryvale. Then in 1944, she began her career in bookkeeping while working for Reliance Manufacturing Company in Cherryvale as the payroll clerk. In 1950, she started to work for the government as an auditor at the Kansas Ordinance Plant in Parsons, Kansas, until transferring to work for the plant operator National Gypsum Company.


In 1958, she then went to work for the M&M Meat Packing Company as the office manager in Iola, Kansas, but then returned home to help her parents in 1962 while working at MEC Company in Neodesha. In 1964 she worked briefly for the Home Lumber Company and then 25 years for Tri-State Electric Supply, both in Coffeyville. After her retirement in 1989 she continued as a bookkeeper for the family of her previous employer.


Freda was a long-time member of the Church Of The Nazarene in Cherryvale where she worked with the young people for many years; and was a past vice president of the Montgomery County Genealogy Society.


Freda was preceded in death by her parents and her two brothers, Wilbur Martin Webb and Luther Raymond Webb.


She is survived by two nephews, James R. Webb and his wife Shawna and Thomas R. Webb, and one great-nephew Christopher T. Webb.


A private family inurnment will take place where she will be buried next to her parents in Fairview Cemetery in Cherryvale.


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David W. Barnes Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements.

Brian E. Grissom

Brian E. Grissom of Wann, Oklahoma passed away with his wife and loved ones by his side, at the age of 61, on December 13, 2022.  

The spring of 1961 welcomed more than just April showers, it was the spring that Delmour and Charlene (Jordan) Grissom welcomed their newborn son, Brian Eugene on April 19th in Nowata, Oklahoma.  Brian grew up in Delaware where he also attending school, completing his education at Delaware High School.  

Brian started working straight out of high school working for his dad at Delta Machine & Electric Company in Nowata for quite a while before opening his own mechanic shop.  Electrical work was something he enjoyed, and returned to the trade working for HB Zachary, a contractor at Phillips in Bartlesville.  Brian had 20 years of employment with CVR Energy, formerly known as Farmland Industries, as an electrician before his health began to fail.  

Family traditions ran deep in the Grissom men, electrical work wasn’t the only tradition. Brian’s dad taught he and his brother, Bradley how farm and ranch. It wasn’t just another job to Brian he truly loved every part of it.  He grew up horseback and broke many a colt, he continued to farm and ranch raising cattle, working in the hay field, raising game chickens. In his free time, he enjoyed coon hunting and raising dogs training them to be great hunters and man’s best friend. If he couldn’t be found he was somewhere outside working, putting up hay or fixing something.  You didn’t want to tell him you couldn’t fix something or do something because he would tell you “You can do it”.  He saw the value in everything, never wanting to waste anything.  Everything always had its place and he always put everything back where it belonged, making it easy to find.  

Brian was always willing to lend a helping hand to his family, friends, and neighbors.  Those who knew him knew he was a humble man never wanting any attention drawn to himself or notoriety.   

“The Cowboy Capital Jubilee” a band that Brian, his brother Brad, sister-in-law Linda, his mom Charlene, stepdad Willie Norris, and nephew Marcus Grissom put together.  They performed to raise funds to refurbish the Lenapah High School Rock Gym.

May 18, 2002, Brian married the love of his life Vickie Line, blending their families.  The couple were married in Arkansas, making their home in Lenapah before moving to their forever farm in Wann.  Together they raised cattle, farmed, hayed and all that farm life required.  

Brian leaves behind a family that loved him deeply, his wife Vickie survives the home. He also leaves behind his children Brent Grissom and his wife April, Brandi Rutledge; stepchildren he loved has his own, Eric Line Jr. and his wife Steffanie, Eran Line and wife Erica, Jeremy Line and his wife Angel, Ricky Line; grandchildren, Abigail Grissom, Hayley Grissom, Kelsey Scott, Kristen Line, Eric Line, Allison Robinson, Jeremy Line Jr., Ethan Line, Lilly Line and Bo Line; great grandchildren, Mason Line, Ellie Line, Skylan Robinson, Wesley Robinson, Braylynn Robinson; mother Charlene Norris; brother Brad Grissom and wife Linda.  He was preceded in death by his dad Delmour Grissom, and stepdad, Willie Norris.  

Funeral services celebrating Brian’s life will be held on Monday, December 19, 2022, at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas, he will be laid to rest at Mount Washington Cemetery in Lenapah.  The family will receive friends on Sunday, December 18, 2022, at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel from 2-4pm.  Services will be streamed live under his obituary page at where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family. 

Rita D. Buetow

On Monday afternoon of December 12, 2022, in Independence, Kansas, Rita D. Buetow, beloved grammy, mom, sister, daughter, aunt, niece, cousin and friend, passed away surrounded by her family.


On the day before the pheasant season opener of 1959, Bob Roberts’s prayers were answered. Wife and mother Reba gave birth to the baby Rita Diane Roberts on November 2nd. Rita was preceded by brother Robin and followed by younger sister Rhonda. Alongside their flock of cousins, Rita had many fun adventures and got in some not-so-fun trouble. Particularly at Christmas time when they would all compete for who could slide the furthest down the stair banister at grandma and grandpa’s house. Nevertheless, she enjoyed her studies and made many great memories and a few of her dearest friends as a student in Altamont, Kansas, followed by her graduation from Coffeyville Community College.


Rita was a determined girl who grew into an even more willful woman. Even as a young girl, she wouldn’t sit, but stand on the seat of her dad’s ‘56 red Chevy pickup truck, gazing over the dash with her brother behind the wheel. In her early years, she was never one to be told what to do. From the Jersey cow she protested milking to the grey filly who’s spirit was identical to hers, Rita blazed her own path in this world. She was an accomplished barrel racer atop the grey filly turned mare, Beauty, although her ambitious nature did not always serve her well. On one occasion, during a sisterly display of reining, and Rita not to be outdone, was taken on quite a ride that finally came to a halt at a low-water bridge several miles north that was startling to a couple loiterers to say the least. Even during this time of chaos and panic, Rita pulled herself together, and with a smile on her face, waved at her neighbor and frequent competitor to ensure the impression that she was just out for a ride.


Her early years on the farm and cherished time spent with her ladies of the Edna Round-Up Club prepared her for a diverse career, during which she met more loved and lifelong friends. Rita, not always one for punctuality, prided herself on her ability to make it to work with only one minute to spare. Her drive never ceased, and following the birth of her own daughters, Kari and Kelsey, she strived to be the very best mother she could be. She was the mom that packed a home-cooked lunch in the trademark thermos every day. And brought Kelsey McDonald’s on the many days she “forgot” her lunch. She was the mom that cross-stitched Christmas stockings and would stay up all night preparing custom Halloween costumes and repairing dance uniforms, a skill she learned alongside her mom sewing her own western wear. She was the PTA mom that never missed a school or sporting event, often showing up with baked goods in hand.


There were so many things Rita was proud of in her life, but nothing more than being grammy to her three, beautiful, human granddaughters, Adelyne, Rosilyn and Kaia. She will be dearly missed by us all. Her life may have been short in time, but not in moments. Short in breaths, but not in memories.


Funeral services celebrating Rita’s life will be held Friday, December 16, 2022 at 1pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel located at 2405 Woodland Ave., in Coffeyville, Kansas. Rita will be laid to rest at the Restlawn Cemetery following the service. The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 15, 2022, also at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel from 6 to 8 pm.  The family has requested memorial contributions be made payable to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and may be left in care of the chapel.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page at  where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.  There will also be a luncheon held following services on December 16, 2022 at 3pm at the Valeda Methodist Church where all are welcome.



Mary Ellen Taylor

Mary Ellen Taylor, 87, of Coffeyville passed away Monday, December 5, 2022, at Kansas City, Missouri.

Graveside services will be at 1:00 p.m. Friday, December 16, 2022, at the Veterans Memorial Patio in Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville with Pastor Daniel Knight of the Bible Baptist Church officiating.  Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery.

Friends may call on Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  The family will greet friends on Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home.

A complete obituary will appear later.

David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.

Beverly Hepola

Beverly Hepola, age 82, of Coffeyville, Kansas passed away Friday, December 9, 2022 at CRMC.  


Beverly was born on November 2, 1940, in Coffeyville to Terrill and Clara Ballew.  She had a younger sister, Clara.  She attended local schools, completing her education at Field Kindley High School.  


After high school Beverly met the love of her life, Ruben Hepola.  On June 11, 1959 they were married, of the union two sons were born, Marvin and Danny.  


She was active in the boys’ lives; she volunteered as homeroom mother when they were in school.  She enjoyed playing pool with them and would find many fun things she could take the boys and their friends to go do.  The family took many vacations to Minnesota as well.  


Beverly as a daycare teacher and bus driver for 20 years, which she enjoyed.  After she retired, she continued to be involved with children, grandson, Allen and great grandsons, Allen and Mavryc.  


She was greatly adored and loved dearly.  She was also very active with the boys, playing games and riding a scooter down the hill to the creek, often saying "It's a wonder I didn't break a hip".  But that never stopped her from going down the hill with them again and again.  There was two words Beverly often quoted when it came to the boys, and that was "Forever more".  


She was a good woman, kind, loyal, giving and always valued and respected her marriage of 63 years to Ruben.  She enjoyed reading, playing solitaire and the company of her feline fur babies, Sally and Sadie.  Her and Ruben eventually moved from in town to living in the country, where she loved the outdoors.  She enjoyed watching all the wildlife, the deer, rabbits, squirrels and birds.  With Ruben at her side, they walked many miles and made many trails on thier daily walks enjoying nature and each other’s company.  


Beverly is survived by her husband, Ruben Hepola of the home; son, Marvin Hepola; daughter in-law, Dee Hepola; grandson, Allen Hepola; great grandsons, Allen and Mavryc and her two cats, Sally and Sadie.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Terrill and Clara Ballew; son, Danny Hepola; grandson, Aaron Hepola and her sister, Clara Mitchell.  


Following Beverly's wishes, cremation will take place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  No public services are scheduled at this time.  To leave a message for the family online, visit


Ruben L. Wren

Ruben L. Wren, 84, of Caney, Kansas passed away Saturday, December 10, 2022, at his home.


He was born on July 9, 1938, at Joplin, Missouri to Ruben and Beulah (Fleming) Wren.  Ruben grew up at attended school in Joplin.


Ruben was a veteran serving in the U.S. Navy. Following his discharge, he returned to the Joplin area.


On November 11, 1956, he married Patricia Martin at Miami, Oklahoma.  Following their marriage, they made their home in Joplin where Ruben worked in the Septic Tank Business. In June of 1975 they moved to Caney, Kansas where he started his own Septic Tank Business.


He was a member of the First Christian Church in Caney and served on the Caney City Council.  Ruben enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren’s sporting events, going to the Casino and watching Nascar racing on TV, but his greatest joy was being surrounded by his family.


Survivors include his wife, Patricia of the home; two sons, Ruben Wren and wife, Teresa of Caney, and Randy Wren and wife, Mary of Copan, Oklahoma; his daughter, Rhonda Peters and husband, Mark of Caney; three brothers, Jess Wren of Caney, Mike Wren and Kenny Wren both of Joplin, Missouri; eleven grandchildren, twenty-five great grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.


He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, two sisters, and three grandchildren.


Graveside services will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 14, 2022, at Sunnyside Cemetery in Caney with Pastor Josh Eaton of Crosspoint Church officiating.


Friends may call on Tuesday from 1:00 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 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home.


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David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.

Charles "Ted" Robson

Charles "Ted" Robson, age 89, of Coffeyville, Kansas passed away on Thursday, December 8, 2022, at The Journey Home in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. 


Ted was born on August 24, 1933, in Neodesha, Kansas to Paul and Dollie (Boyd) Robson.  He grew up in Neodesha where he attended local schools and graduated from Neodesha High School. 


Ted was united in marriage to Juanita Moss.  Of that union 6 children were born.  The couple later divorced. 


Throughout the years Ted worked at several places, often working numerous jobs at one time.  He worked for Continental Can, the Coffeyville Flour Mill and Western Publishing for 20(+) years until his retirement.  After retirement he continued to stay busy driving a bus for the local schools and helped as Support Staff for Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home. 


On September 1, 1989, he married LaDonna Sjolander in Neodesha, Kansas.  The couple blended their families and have enjoyed being together for the past 33 years.  They were loyal and faithful members of the Central Church of the Nazarene in Coffeyville.  He was an active volunteer with the church and would lend a helping hand whenever he could.  In 2000, Ted and LaDonna took a Witness Trip to Paris and loved every minute of it.  He enjoyed talking with people, getting to know them and sharing stories with one another. 


After retirement Ted stayed busy driving a bus for the local school district and college.  He would drive the college and high school sports teams to their out-of-town games, and the high school debate team to their out-of-town tournaments.  Whenever there was a need for a driver to take faculty and students on a trip, they knew they could call on Ted.  He and LaDonna enjoyed attending FKHS and CCC sporting events whenever they could.  Ted also enjoyed the outdoors.  He had a soft spot for cats and would feed any stray that wondered near his home.  He also made sure to always keep his bird feeders full to take care of the birds he liked to watch come and go. 


Ted’s memory will live on through his loving wife, LaDonna Robson of the home; sons, Robert Robson of Coffeyville, KS, Russel Robson and wife, Connie of Coffeyville, KS, Randy Robson and wife, Jane of Topeka, KS, Ricky Robson and wife, Kim of Belton, Missouri, Rodney Robson and wife, Carla of Coffeyville, KS; a daughter, Regina Springer and husband, Jeffrey of Montgomery, TX; LaDonna’s children, Robert Sjolander and wife, Trudy of Waterloo, IA, Donald Sjolander of Coffeyville, KS, Ronald Sjolander and wife, Debi of Parsons, KS and Bob Sjolander and wife, Diane of Salome, AZ; seventeen grandchildren, numerous great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren; a sister, Marge Hemler of Pawhuska, OK along with many extended relatives, church family and good friends. 


Ted was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Dollie Robson; brothers, Donald, Joe, Paul and Ray Robson; his sisters, Sharon Tummons and Francis Maley and by one grandchild. 


Visitation will be held at David W. Barnes Funeral Home on Sunday, December 18, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.  The family will be present to greet friends on Sunday afternoon at the funeral home from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. 


Services will be held on Monday, December 19, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. at the Central Church of the Nazarene in Coffeyville.  Pastor Joel Thompson will officiate.  Burial will follow at Pumpkin Creek Cemetery, east of Coffeyville. 


The family suggests memorial contributions can be made to The Journey Home or to the Central Church of the Nazarene. 


Arrangements are under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  To leave a message for the family online, visit


James Victor Rosenthal

James Victor Rosenthal, more commonly known as Jim, Jimmy or Rosey to those that knew him, passed away on Monday, December 5, 2022, at his home in Coffeyville, Kansas.


Jim was born on May 6, 1951, to Joseph and Lillian Ruth (Bernath) Rosenthal in St. Louis, Missouri where he grew up and attended local schools.  He graduated in 1969, from Clayton High School in Missouri.  Jim proudly served in the United States Navy. 


On June 14, 1974, he married the love of his life, Cecilia “Cis” Laws in St. Louis, Missouri.  The couple lived in a few different states throughout the years.  Jim was an engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad, and he transferred to Coffeyville with his family in 1991 and they have remained here ever since. 


Jim enjoyed vacationing at Montauk State Park since he was a child, trout fishing, playing cards and dominoes, playing piano, shooting pool with many professional pool players, and playing ping pong and sharing his hobbies with anyone who was interested.  He loved loved loved embarrassing his kids in public and spending time surrounded by his family and friends.  He loved to swim, and he loved teaching his kids and grandkids to swim. He was a great Dad and loved being a Papa to his 5 grandkids and 3 great grandkids. 


Surviving to honor his memory are his loving wife, Cecilia “Cis” Rosenthal of the home; children, James J Rosenthal of Henderson, Texas, Cory Rosenthal of Derby, Kansas, Kati Hayward and husband, Shundale of Coffeyville, Kansas; Grandchildren, Seandale Hayward, Ravyn Hayward, Maddy Rosenthal, Danger Rosenthal, Kristin Rosenthal; Great Grandchildren, Legend Kai, Taylin Lillie-Ann and Fate Greyce, Siblings; Raymond Rosenthal and wife, Sharon; Mark Rosenthal and wife, Rosie all of St. Louis, Missouri along with his 4-legged canine companions, Shiloh the Cocker Spaniel, and Comet the Shi-Poo.  Jim was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Lillian Rosenthal, and Daughter Kristen Michelle Rosenthal.


Graveside Services will be held on Tuesday, December 13, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. at the Veteran’s Memorial Patio at Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville, Kansas.


Friends and family can sign the guest register on Monday, December 12, 2022, at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville from 1pm until 6pm. 


Services are under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  To leave a message for the family online, visit


Leroy Russell "Butch" "Tex" Ritter

Leroy Russell “Butch” “Tex” Ritter, youngest child of Tex and Ruth Ritter weighing 8 pounds 3 ounces was born 25 October 1948 at the Ponca City Hospital in Ponca City, Oklahoma.  Leroy was named after his father’s brothers, Roy and Russell and his mother’s uncle, LeeRoy. “Tex” died 7 December 2022 at Mc Allen, Texas.




He attended grade school at Nowata, Oklahoma and Coffeyville, Kansas.  Leroy attended junior high and high school at Coffeyville, Kansas.  He graduated from Field Kindley High School May 1966. He graduated from Northern Oklahoma Junior College at Tonkawa, Oklahoma. Leroy received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in recreation and a minor in psychology in the summer of 1972 from Pittsburg State University at Pittsburg, Kansas.




He married Lu Ann (SOUKUP) COONEY 18 March 1980 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, Florida.  They were divorced June 1985. 




Leroy known as “Tex” by most of his friends was predeceased by his parents, “Tex” and Ruth Ritter and his brother, “Bill” Ritter.  He is survived by his sister, Alta Mae (Merle) Frobish; his sister-in-law, Donna Ritter; his nephews, David Frobish and Shawn Ritter; his nieces, Karen (Mark) Lenfestey, Barbara (Tommy) Vaughn, and Chrystal (Jacob) Garrison; his great nephews, Evan Ritter, Garet Houser, and Wyatt Houser; his great nieces, Amanda Lenfestey, Erin Ritter, and Allyson Vaughn.




Leroy was a health physics technician for nuclear power plants.  His job was to safeguard the environment, the public in general, and the workers against excess exposure to ionizing radiation.  He worked in various locations throughout the country, including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan, Missouri, California, and Ohio.  He liked to spend his free time scuba diving, sailing, or snow skiing.  And his whole life he was an avid reader.




Originally when he was between jobs, Leroy lived outside of Coffeyville, Kansas next to his parents.  After his parents died, he lived with his sister Alta Mae and brother-in-law, Merle Frobish for several years at Valparaiso, Indiana.  Then he moved permanently to Mission, Texas where he had two very good friends, Mary Crawford and Judy Hamilton.  When he became ill, they supported him as much as was possible.




Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel has been entrusted to care, for “Tex” and assist his family in celebrating his life on Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at 10 am at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel located at 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, KS. The family will receive friends on Monday, December 19, 2022, from 6 to 8pm also at the chapel.  “Tex” will be laid to rest in Robbins Cemetery, west of Coffeyville following the service.  Services will be streamed live under his obituary page at  where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.






David Clarke Bumgarner, D.C.

David Clarke Bumgarner, D.C., passed away unexpectedly on December 5, 2022, at Ascension St. John, Jane Phillips Medical Center, Bartlesville, OK.  He was 68.


David was born in Tulsa, OK, on November 6, 1954,  to Benton Clarke Bumgarner and Joan Dorsey Bumgarner.  Theirs was a home filled with love, with younger three sisters who he alternately adored, loved, and annoyed.


David attended Coffeyville public schools, Coffeyville Community College, and the University of Kansas. He then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, from which he graduated as salutatorian of his class with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in October, 1977. David passed his professional state licensure exam on the day his first child was born.  He began his professional practice, sharing space with his dad, Dr. Clarke.  They remained in practice together until Dr. Clarke retired.  David continued his practice until his retirement in August 2019.  He considered every patient to be a personal friend.


David married Elizabeth Lynn Masters on January 5, 1974.  They met in the 7th grade, but a friend later shared a photo of her 5th birthday party, where both Lynn and David peeked from the background.  They were truly the love of each others’ lives.  David and Lynn had three children, Jennifer, Michael, and Rebecca.  Their children were raised in a home filled with love, where their dad alternately adored, loved, and annoyed them all. 


After retiring, David’s friends and family taught him the joys of being a retiree.  He and Lynn were able to take several dream vacations, and he was able to begin attending daytime activities with his grandchildren.  He was also finally able to foster his lifelong love of Corvettes.  Through this, he met another group of friends who supported his multiple new cars and participation in numerous car shows.  David enjoyed his daily walks, coffee, and meals with friends, who challenged  him to become involved with new activities.


David was a lifetime member of First Presbyterian Church, actively assisting and volunteering  until the day before his untimely death. He was an ordained Deacon and Elder, and he served his church family in many capacities over the years.  David also served on the Four County Mental Health Center board since 1979, acting as Chairman of the Board for over 35 years.  David was a member of the Coffeyville Area Community Foundation Board of Directors, a past member of Jaycees, and a member of Money Sunk investment club.


The true light of David’s life was his family.  He was a generous, kind man; and his love for his family was obvious in every interaction.  He was a proud dad who loved his three children, attending every performance, every activity, and every game.  And oh… how he adored his grandchildren.  He was simply Papa to them, and they loved him with their whole hearts.  He would drop everything and change plans at a minute’s notice to spend time with them. He delighted in attending their many activities, and he was truly happiest when his entire family was gathered under the same roof.


David is deeply missed by his wife, Lynn, of the home; daughter, Jennifer Foraker and children Finian, Isabel, and Lucas of Coffeyville; son, Michael Bumgarner (Ruth), and children Harrison and Eleanor of Winfield; and daughter, Rebecca Bumgarner Utter (Jeff) and daughter Olive of Topeka.  Surviving sisters are Diane Gorman of Pleasant Hill, MO, Julie Kuehn of Lenexa, KS, and Mary Ann Baker (Greg), Crofton, MD.  He will also be missed by numerous other family members and friends.


Funeral services are under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home.  The funeral will be held at 10:00 a.m., on Friday, December 9, 2022, at First Presbyterian Church, 402 West 8th St., Coffeyville, Kansas.  Family will receive friends at the church from 5:00 - 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 8. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to honor David’s life be made to First Presbyterian Church or to Coffeyville Community College Foundation. Memorials may be left with the funeral home. 

Roy K Nace

Roy K Nace, 83 years old, of Coffeyville, Kansas went home to see his Lord on December 2, 2022. He was born to Gladys and Clarence Nace on September 13, 1939, in Wellington, Colorado.


 He graduated from Wellington High School in 1957 where he was an integral member of the football and basketball teams. On September 13, 1959, he married his High School sweetheart Wanda Jo Steffen. They made their home in the Northern Colorado area. After retirement, Roy and Wanda moved to Coffeyville KS. Roy and Wanda were blessed with 3 children, Ronda, Rocky and Debra. Roy was employed with Public Service and Hewlett Packard in Loveland, CO. He later went on to be self- employed in construction. One of his biggest accomplishments was to re- model a cabin in Red Feather Lakes and then to build his own home in Crystal Lakes, CO. Roy loved to go dancing with his wife Wanda where they would always be the last ones off the dance floor. He also enjoyed bowling and was a member of many bowling teams while living in Loveland. Roy loved playing cards and did whatever it took to win. His greatest enjoyment was watching all of his grandchildren playing on their sports teams no matter what their ages were or the sport they were playing.


Survivors include his wife Wanda, his two daughters, Ronda Whitmer and husband Scott of Lucedale MS;  Debbie Eastman and husband Brit of Coffeyville KS; two brothers Alfred Nace of Liberty MO and Charles Nace of Portland OR; 5 grandchildren; Jason Zwiebel of Mesa AZ, Cammille Wilson and husband Hugh of Lucedale MS, Zachary Mitchell and wife Kristen of Fort Smith AR, Curtis Whitmer of Lucedale MS, and Joshua Mitchell and wife Hope of Coffeyville KS, and 2 great grandchildren Lillian and Sadie.  Roy was preceded in death by his infant son Rocky Dean, his parents, one brother and one sister.


A service celebrating his life will be held Wednesday December 7 at 11:00am at Dearing Christian Church in Dearing, Kansas with Pastor Jamie Regis officiating.  Family requests memorials be made payable to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice and left in care of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas. Services will be streamed live under his obituary page at  where you may also leave an online word of condolence or share a memory.



Verna G. Hackleman

Verna G. Hackleman, 90, of Coffeyville, passed away Thursday, December 1, 2022 at her home following a long illness.


She was born May 10, 1932, in Oklahoma City, OK to John and Hattie Jones of Chelsea, OK. They moved to Coffeyville when she was young and she graduated from Field Kindley High School in Coffeyville.


On October 22, 1954 she married Othol Loy Hackleman at Coffeyville. Following their marriage they made their home in the Edna area until moving to Coffeyville in 1981. 


Verna was a Registered Nurse at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center and Jane Phillips Hospital in Bartlesville for many years preferring to work in the Intensive Care and Coronary Care Units at both Hospitals until retiring in the early 2000's. 


She was a devoted Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother, and loved to read, shop, and travel with her husband. 


Survivors include her 2 daughters, Karla Collins of the home; and Lana Randel of Emporia, KS: one son, Daryl Dean Hackleman of Norman, OK; six grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her parents John and Hattie Jones; Her Husband Othol Hackleman; and Son John Lee Hackleman.


Following Verna's wishes cremation has taken place and a memorial service celebrating her life will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 9th, 2022 at St Paul's Episcopal Church in Coffeyville. 


David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.

Doris Ann (DePriest) Johnston

Doris Ann (DePriest) Johnston, 56, of Caney, KS, passed away on December 2, 2022 to go to her forever home in Heaven.


She was born in Independence, Kansas to Marilyn and Charles DePriest. She was raised in Caney, Kansas, graduating from Caney Valley High School in 1984. She went on to graduate from Independence Community College, before completing her Bachelor’s degree at Pittsburg State University in 1988. Throughout her college years, she was happily involved in various activities, including her favorite, ICC Cheerleading, where she made several life-long friends.


From there, she worked in various business positions through JCPenney, Independence Community College, and CR Anthony. She then went on to management of Coach House Gifts in 1992, living in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Later working for Golden Living in Fort Smith, AR.


In 1994, she married John Macon Johnston and was blessed with one son, Ethan Alexander Johnston in 1995, making her family complete. She was a member of Butterfield Assembly of God Church in Van Buren, Arkansas where she contributed to several avenues. Doris was a caring, selfless woman who put others first at every stage of her life. She would never complain, always love, and dedicated her life to those in her circle.


She was preceded in death by her grandparents, father Charles O. DePriest, and her oldest brother Wayne DePriest.


She is survived by her son Ethan A. Johnston, brother Brian L. DePriest, niece Jennifer L. DePriest and mother Marilyn A. DePriest.


Following Doris’s wishes, cremation has taken place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas.


A Memorial Service celebrating Doris’s life will be held at the Caney United Methodist Church on Saturday, December 10, 2022 at 1:30PM with Pastor Stephen Bredesen officiating. Private family inurnment will be in the Havana cemetery at a prior date.


In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials be sent to David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N Cline Road Coffeyville, Kansas, 67337 which will be donated to American Heart Association’s signature women’s initiative, Go Red for Women.


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David W. Barnes Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the arrangements.

Donna A. (Hackler) Allen

On Friday evening of December 2, 2022, in Edna, Kansas, Donna A. (Hackler) Allen the matriarch of our family passed away surrounded by the family she loved deeply. 


In the heat of the summer of 1953 on the 8th day of July, Donna was born to Edward and Reba (Sallee) Hackler in Coffeyville, Kansas.  Donna had five siblings, Eldon, and Leonard who both passed as young children. Many childhood adventures were shared with her sisters, Lorene and Nona along with brother Gary.  She attended school in Coffeyville completing her education at Field Kindley Memorial High School. 


Donna’s brother Gary was dating a young woman by the name of Diana and Diana’s mother wouldn’t allow her to go on a date unchaperoned.  On one occasion she agreed not to accompany her on the date if her cousin Phil went along.  Diana saw this as the perfect opportunity to set Phil up with Gary’s sister Donna.  Well, the rest is history on September 22, 1969, Donna and Phil were married and have just celebrated their 53rd Anniversary together. They made their home in the Edna area.  The other part of the story is that yes, Gary and Diane were also married and are still blessed to have each other.  


Donna’s family says that Webster’s Dictionary should have her name for the definition of brilliant.  She completed her education at the age of 17 choosing not to graduate, instead to marry the love of her life. But, don’t let that fool you on how smart she was, she worked for McKee Livestock for 47 years as their bookkeeper and her books always balanced to the penny! Her children Melisa and Steve have great memories of their mother and knew she loved them and always had their back.  They also knew that she would have their backside if it was necessary as she ran a pretty tight ship.  Donna was an amazing cook, bookkeeper, organizer, gardener, quilter, fix it person, and matriarch of her family.   She loved her family fiercely and you never had to wonder what she was thinking because she would darn sure tell you.  She was brutally honest with everyone.  Donna’s motto was always speak truth and “if you’re old enough to ask a question, you’re old enough for the answer”.   Her family never had to wonder if she loved them because she not only told them, but she also showed them with her acts of love daily.


Christmas will not be the same this year without Donna, as many other times in life will not ever quite be the same but, with great admiration and lots of love her family will carry on. She leaves behind her husband, Phil of the home; children Melisa and her husband Terry Hilderbrand, Steve Allen and wife Shell; brother Gary Hackler and wife Diana; grandchildren Gable Hilderbrand and wife Jenea, AbbyJo and husband Dallas Sorrels, Mileah Allen, Tyler Allen and Justin Hilderbrand; great grandchildren, Terry Grant Sorrels, Dalyn Hilderbrand, Alena Hilderbrand, Rowan Sorrels and Reef Sorrels.  She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Eldon and Leonard Hackler, sisters Lorene Herd and Nona Stotts.


Funeral services celebrating Donna’s life will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2022 at 11am at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel located at 2405 Woodland Ave., in Coffeyville, Kansas, She will be laid to rest at the North Edna Cemetery following the service.  The family will receive friends on Friday, December 9, 2022, also at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel from 6 to 8 pm.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page at   where you may also leave an online word of condolence or share a memory.



Sharon K. (LeClair) Furnas Whited

Sharon K. (LeClair) Furnas Whited age 77 passed away on November 30, 2022, at CRMC in Coffeyville, Kansas.


Sharon was born on August 9, 1945, to Leonard and Irene L. (Monty) LeClair in Coffeyville, Kansas.  Sharon attended school in Coffeyville, completing her education at Pittsburg State University.


In the 60’s Sharon married Darrell Furnas, the couple later divorced.  In the 80’s she married Earl Whited the couple also divorced. Both have preceded her in death.


Sharon worked at Coffeyville Motors and Glen Hough in Pittsburg, Kansas and almost 30 years at Coffeyville Journal.  Her life consisted of country living and she independently continued the dairy operation that her family had owned and operated until just about 10 years ago.


She was a member of the Original Western Riding Club and her biggest thrill in life was to get Roy Rogers and Dennis Weavers autographs.


Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, an infant brother, infant children Justin Dewayne, Caroline Sue, and Bryan D Furnas.  She is survived by her cousins, and friends Terry, Darlene, and Randy.


Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at 10:30am at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas and she will be laid to rest near her children in Calvary Cemetery following the service.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page at  where you may also leave an online word of condolence or share a memory.



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