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Obituaries Archives for 2023-03

Rita Marie (Cillessen) Rinkenbaugh

Rita Marie (Cillessen) Rinkenbaugh, 98, passed away on March 25, 2023 at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center surrounded by her very close family.


Rita was born November 3, 1924 at home in Coffeyville to George H. and Mary (Molly) Cillessen.  She spent most of her childhood days in Coffeyville.  She attended Holy Name Catholic School, Roosevelt Junior High and Field Kindley Memorial High School, graduating in 1942.  She graduated from St. Edwards Mercy School of Nursing in Fort Smith, AR, and returned to Coffeyville to begin her storied nursing career.  She married Floyd J. Rinkenbaugh on June 21, 1952 at Holy Name Catholic Church, attended by her brother-in-law, Bernard Boehm, and sister, Betty Cillessen. Floyd died in 1985.


Rita’s nursing career began at the Southeast Kansas Hospital, pre-dating the Coffeyville Memorial Hospital, where she started as a staff nurse and was promoted to superintendent.  She was named Director of Nursing at the “Old Southeast” as the new hospital was being staffed.  Rita was then office nurse for J.D. McMillian M.D. before starting her family.  Rita was the first nurse for the Head Start program when it was initiated in Coffeyville in 1966.  She spent time at various nursing positions at SEK ap, Wm. T. Read, M.D., and Coffeyville Memorial Hospital in CCU, O.B. and as the Director of Nursing.  She started the CRMC Home Health program in 1985.  Rita retired from CRMC in 1986. In 1994, Rita was the first female inducted into the CRMC Hall of Fame. A bronze plaque is displayed at the hospital as testimony to her exemplary nursing career.


Rita was very active in the Coffeyville community and in Holy Name Catholic Church and School.  She sat on the Kansas State Board of Nursing, the SEK Vocational-Technical Advisory Board, and District III of Kansas State Nursing Association. She volunteered in a number of organizations including Hospice, Matinee Musical and Searchlight.  For years, she organized and led the Red Cross Blood Mobile drives, personally calling for volunteers and donors.  She made communion calls to shut-ins, was the Health Chairman of Holy Name School PTA, a member of St. Teresa Circle of the Holy Name Altar Society.  Rita was an Associate of the Sisters of St. Joseph.  She initiated the local chapter of Faith and Light to assist those with intellectual disabilities and their friends and families.

Rita loved to sew and was an avid football and baseball fan but the hobbies and interests that meant the most to her were volunteering to help others, sharing her professionalism, faith and family.


Rita is survived by five of her seven children: John (Diane), Collinsville, OK, William (Bill) (Teri), El Dorado, KS, Robert (Tammi), Mary Ann (Craig) Dreiling, Wichita, KS, Rita (Mike) Taylor, Independence, KS and daughter-in-law, Sandi (Joe), Wann, OK, 23 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and their families.


Rita was preceded in death by her parents George and Mary Cillessen, husband Floyd, son Joe, and daughter Susan; her siblings, Josephine (Jo) Ruzicka, Mary Eshelman, Francis Cillessen, Betty Farrell, William Cillessen, Jeroma (Jerry) Boehm, and Sister Mary Blaise Cillessen, O.S.B.


The Rosary will be prayed at 7 PM, Thursday, March 30th, at Holy Name Catholic Church, 408 Willow St. in Coffeyville, KS. 


The Mass of Christian Burial celebrating Rita’s faith-filled life will be celebrated Friday, March 31st, at 11 AM at Holy Name Catholic Church with internment following at Calvary Cemetery, all officiated by Father James Schibi.


Visitation will be held on Thursday, March 30th from 9 – 5 at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.


Memorials can be made to Holy Name Catholic Church, the American Red Cross or CRMC, contributions may be left with or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.


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Patricia Ann May

Patricia Ann May of Coffeyville, Kansas passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2023, in Tulsa, Oklahoma at St. Francis Hospital.


Patricia better known by Patty by her family and friends was born on December 30, 1964, in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland, Canada to Bill and Hilda (Decker) Ivany.  Patty and her family were true Canucks' enjoying snowmobiling, ice fishing and spending time at their cabin as a family.  She and her 2 siblings, Billy and Kathy attended the local schools where she completed her education.


In Patty's early twenties while attending a local dance she met a young American man, Brian May.  He was stationed at Goose Bay Air Force Base in the 1980's.  The two instantly fell in love, dated, and were wed on September 4, 1987, after a three-month courtship.   Patty and her family were quick to introduce him to the outdoor hobbies they loved to do as a family.  Her family welcomed him into the family with open arms.  The couple had two children, Thomas Joseph and Rose Maria Katherine while remaining in Canada prior to Brian being deployed back to the states. The couples' third child, Crystal Ann was born on American soil. Patty, and their children made every move to every deployment with Brian, she served by his side as an Air Force wife.


Patty was welcomed by her in-laws when arriving in the states. Her mother-in-law was quick to introduce her daughter-in-law to one of her hobbies of attending garage sales and estate sales.  Patty quickly became a fan and never missed an opportunity to find a great bargain.  She also had an exceptionally soft spot for animals.  She insisted on taking in strays, nursing them back to health and finding them a new forever home.  Three of those strays became she and Brians forever pets.


Patty's children will always remember her as one of the most loving, sweet, kind, gentle, and generous mother they could have asked for.  She loved each of them as individuals and never chose a favorite. Though she had all the best qualities they could ask for she was also stern.  She was their mother first to teach and guide them and became their friend as they became older.   She continued with these same characteristics as a grandma, loving each of the four as individuals, never choosing a favorite; she may even have been a little more generous and a little less stern with her grandchildren though.


Patty and Brian made Coffeyville a home just a little over 2 years ago.  They chose Coffeyville because it was a midway point between grandchildren and family.


Patty is survived by her husband, Brian of the home, father Bill Ivany, her children Thomas Joseph May and wife Samantha, Rose Maria Katherine May and fiancée Ryne Jones, Crystal Ann and husband John Evans, grandchildren, Iden Evans, Amerle Evans, Treasure Joy May, and Alysia Yasmine Jones, brother Billy Ivany and Sherry Bessey, sister Kathy Ivany and partner Anick Coulombe, special aunt Bunty and Perry Mugford. She was preceded in death by her mother Hilda Ivany.


Cremation will take place and the family will hold a private memorial service.  Services have been entrusted to Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel. To leave an online condolence or to share a memory visit


Robert E. "Bob" Roberts

Robert E. "Bob" Roberts entered his eternal rest with his Lord and Savior on Saturday, March 18, 2023, with his family by his side at his home in rural Valeda, Kansas.




Bob was the first-born child to Fredrick Bryan and Mattie Frances (Martin) Roberts, on May 16, 1927, at home on the family farm in Valeda, just east of Coffeyville. Over the next several years three siblings were born, Jim, Joe, and Pat.  He attended grade school just a mile down the road at McKinnon Rural School. Bob continued his education at Valeda High School, graduating at Labette County Community High School, where he roomed with a host family during the week in Altamont, since transportation wasn’t as convenient as today. During his senior year, Bob enlisted in the US Navy, being called to basic training prior to graduation. He served his duty to his country and received his honorable discharge on August 9, 1946. Upon returning home, he completed the few classes he had left and received his diploma.




One evening while attending the Free Picture Show in Valeda, a beautiful young woman by the name of Reba L. Martin caught his eye.  After introducing himself, he proceeded to ask her out on a date, that led to a courtship and then marriage.  Bob and Reba were married on September 5, 1954. It was a scorching hot summer day; the temperature was 115 degrees in the shade on the north side of the Edna United Methodist Church. (Air conditioning wasn’t even an option and not even a water cooler was in the church). The weather added to the memorable occasion for sure, but he and Reba cherished that day for more than the weather and have celebrated 68 years together.  The couple made their home in rural Valeda raising their three children, Robin, Rita, and Rhonda. Bob has always lived within the same mile section that he and Reba still reside, excluding just a short time at the beginning of their marriage.




Valeda United Methodist Church has been home to Bob his entire life.  He began attending there with his parents.  He and Reba raised their children in the church, and he was still attending regularly.  He loved God and his Savior Jesus Christ; he was strongly convicted to live a Godly life.




Bob loved his family and truly enjoyed deep conversation with them and his friends and neighbors.  He enjoyed encouraging his kids to enjoy animals, to raise livestock and the simple things in life. Raising cattle on the family farm and taking Reba on a ride across the pasture on the gator and country living were just a few of his pleasures in life. After 40 plus years of employment at Funk Manufacturing, now known as John Deere, he retired. Many of his co-workers were also great friends. He was a BIG FAN of the Cardinals!!! He never missed watching a game if he had a choice in the matter.  He attended the 1968 World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals vs the Detroit Tigers in St. Louis. He never forgot the experience.  He also enjoyed keeping up with the local PRCA contestants watching the Cowboy Channel.




Bob is survived by his wife, Reba, son Robin Roberts, daughter Rhonda and her husband Alan Cole, grandchildren, Whitney Cole, Kari Buetow, Kristen Carzoli, Kelsey Opat and Darcy Dixon and seven great grandchildren, brother Joe Roberts and sister Pat Layton, and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.   He was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Jim Roberts, daughter Rita Buetow, great-granddaughter Mia Cole and daughter-in-law Norma Roberts.




Funeral Services celebrating Bob’s life will be held on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at 11 am at Valeda United Methodist Church, 200 Howard St., in Valeda just south of US Hwy 166.  The family will receive friends on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas from 6 to 8pm.  The family has requested memorial contributions be made payable to Valeda United Methodist Church and may be left in care of the chapel.  Services will be streamed live under his obituary page at  where online condolences and memories can be shared.

Pastor Mark D. Waits

Pastor Mark D. Waits, age 65, of Coffeyville, Kansas was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at Freeman West Hospital in Joplin, Missouri.


Mark was born on June 28, 1957, in Des Moines, Iowa to Johnny and Caroline (Baldwin) Waits.  He grew up in Des Moines and graduated from Des Moines Technical High School. On December 6, 1986, he was united in marriage to Debra Nickel in Des Moines, Iowa. The couple lived in Des Moines, Jewell, and Randall Iowa with their 5 children until Mark was called to the ministry with the United Pentecostal Church International Organization.


Mark became a licensed minister and took his first pastoral position at the Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Centerville, Iowa. He ministered there from 1995-2015. During this time, in 1998, he helped start a daughter church in Chariton, Iowa. Mark also held many other roles through these years, including the Iowa Home Missions Sectional Representative (1999-2002), and he served as the Iowa North American Missions Director (2003-2007).  He had a passion for leadership development which led him to mentor several young men to a higher level (2007-2012).


Mark enjoyed going for walks, reading, history, working with livestock and had a desire to promote growth in all things. He also had a passion for politics and people, which led his drive to be active in community service. He was proud to be elected to the Appanoose County Board of Supervisors from 2015 to 2020. During this time he led several initiatives and made a lasting impact on many of the county's citizens. In October 2020, Mark and Debbie journeyed to Coffeyville, Kansas to revive the Solid Rock Church.


Mark loved his family and the time he spent with them. He will be deeply missed by all that knew him. Surviving to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Debbie Waits; children, Nancy (Jeremy) Croteau of Centerville, Iowa, Crystal (Jimmie) Widlund of Altoona, Iowa, John (Kassie) Waits of Derby, Kansas, Mark Z. (Jessica) Waits of New Sharon, Iowa, Tim (Athena) Waits of Parsons, Kansas; fourteen grandchildren; one great grandchild; brothers, George Waits of Des Moines, Iowa, Donny Waits of South Bend, Indiana; a sister, Candace Scritchfield of Centerville, Iowa; many extended relatives, church family and close friends. Mark was preceded in death by his parents, Johnny and Caroline Waits; two brothers, Johnny Waits, Jr. and Bobby Waits. 


A Funeral Service Celebrating Pastor Waits' Life will be held on Friday, March 17, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. at the New Vision Church in Coffeyville, Kansas.  Pastor Brian Fuller and Bishop J. Marrell Cornwell will officiate. 


Memorial contributions can be made to Solid Rock Church to grow the seeds that Pastor Waits planted; these may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N. Cline Rd. Coffeyville, KS 67337. 


The family has entrusted funeral arrangements to David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  To leave a condolence for the family online, visit


John Dale Hardaway

John Dale Hardaway passed at the age of 65 away Friday, March 10, 2023, at the Harry Hynes Hospice Center at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis Hospital in Wichita, Kansas.


John was born to Harvey and Charlotte Hardaway on June 18th, 1957, in Seattle, WA.


He is survived by his father by marriage, Dan White of Coffeyville, KS, his sister, Sandra and John Damet of Aiken, SC. Two step-brothers, Ken and Tammy White of Forsyth, MO, Rick and Lindsey White of Neodesha, KS and step-siste,r Teresa and Gale Walker of Buffalo, KS. John had several nieces and nephews.


He is preceded in death by his mother Charlotte White, father Harvey Hardaway and niece Alicia Damet.


John graduated from Field Kindley and was a welder pipe fitter and worked in the oil fields. He rodeos in his younger years as a bull rider.



Visitation with the family present will be on Monday, March 13th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.


Funeral Services will be Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. at the First Assembly of God in Coffeyville with Pastor Randy DePriest officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville.


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Shirley Ann Brinkman

Shirley Ann Brinkman, age 90, of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully at her home on Saturday, March 4, 2023. 


Shirley was born on June 26, 1932, in Coffeyville, Kansas to Fremont and Elizabeth (Grubbs) Stark.  She grew up in South Coffeyville where she attended school and graduated from Lenapah High School. 


On August 30, 1951, she married John Brinkman in Coffeyville, Kansas.  The couple made their home in South Coffeyville, Oklahoma where they raised their daughter, Diane.  John preceded her in death on August 26, 2013. 


Shirley worked for the First National Bank in Coffeyville as a bookkeeper for many years. She later worked at one of the local grocery stores, Elmore's IGA.  She then worked for the USD 445 Food Service where she made several lifelong friendships with the other food service ladies.  After more than 25 years of service to her community, she retired on May 23, 2012.  Her friendly smile and kindness to others had an impact on people young and old. 


Shirley was an avid reader, she enjoyed all kinds of books and reading the newspaper to keep up with current events.  For the majority of her life, she participated in Coffeyville's annual Relay for Life; Shirley herself was a breast cancer survivor.  On Tuesdays and Thursdays you would find Shirley amongst her teammates and friends competing in the local bowling league.  Many times, throughout the years, she went to state bowling tournaments; even winning the state doubles championship with her niece.  Many shenanigans and laughs were had with her bowling gals.  She loved bowling alongside her sister, Pat, and daughter, Diane and the many close friends she made throughout the years on the various teams she was a part of.  Shirley also enjoyed shopping trips, relaxing while watching her hummingbirds, attending as many of the grandkids and great grandkids sporting events and activities that she could and most of all spending time with the people she cared about.  Shirley loved seeing her family grow and enjoyed every moment she spent with them. 


Surviving to cherish her memory are her daughter, Diane Benson and husband, Bryan of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Becky Henry, Tyler Benson, Lindsey Brewster, CW Benson; great-grandchildren, Gracelynn Henry, Mercy Henry, Allie Jones, Parker Benson, Austin Foster, Syan Foster, Caleb Raffensperger, Chasity Raffensperger; brother, Jim Stark of Norton, Kansas; sister, Pat Watts of Coffeyville, Kansas; along with numerous nieces, nephews, extended relatives and close friends. 


Shirley was preceded in death by her parents, Fremont and Elizabeth Stark; her loving husband, John Brinkman; and a sister, Shelba Stark. 


Following Shirley's wishes, cremation will take place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville. 


Prior to cremation a visitation with viewing will be held for Shirley's friends and family on Thursday, March 9, 2023, from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  The family will be present to greet friends on Thursday evening at the funeral home from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.


The family suggests memorial contributions can be made to the Coffeyville Relay for Life; these may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N. Cline Rd., Coffeyville, KS 67337. 


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Kenneth Ray "Kenny" Tosh, Sr.

Kenneth Ray “Kenny” Tosh, Sr., age 77, of Coffeyville, Kansas passed away on Wednesday, March 1, 2023 at Medicalodge in Coffeyville. 

Kenny was born on June 17, 1945, in Coffeyville, Kansas to John and Ida “Louise” (Sprague) Tosh.  He grew up in Coffeyville where he attended local schools and graduated from Field Kindley High School. 

In 1967 he was united in marriage to Pearl Perkins in Coffeyville.  Of that union two sons were born.  The couple later divorced. 

Kenny was a hard worker and a jack-of-all trades.  He operated K Ray Contracting Service for many years.  He went on to do all the maintenance for the Lewark Apartments until he retired for health reasons.  In younger years Kenny coached basketball for the city rec, traveling teams and the Kansas Cuties.  He enjoyed watching football and basketball and liked to draw.  Most of all he loved his family.  Kenny was baptized at the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Noxie, Oklahoma and held strong to his faith. 

Surviving to honor his memory are his son, Kenneth R. “Jr” Tosh and wife, Karen of Coffeyville, Kansas; grandsons, Tim and wife, Sabrina and Tyler and wife, Maggie, Kendall Tosh; great grandson Parker Tosh; siblings, Clarence Tosh and wife, Judy of Coffeyville, Kansas, Sharon Felton and husband, Tim of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma; brother-in-law, Dave McCurley of South Coffeyville, Oklahoma; sisters-in-law, Nisha Tosh, Julie Tosh, Sue Tosh and Gloria Tosh, along with numerous extended relatives and close friends. 

He was preceded in death by his parents John and Louise Tosh; his infant son, Keith R. Tosh; his sister, Martha McCurley; brothers, Steve, Jim, Johnny “John”, Joe and Charlie Tosh. 

Following Kenny’s wishes, cremation will take place under the direction of David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville. 

Friends may sign the guest register on Friday, March 10, 2023, from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville.  The family will be present to greet friends Friday evening at the funeral home from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.  A private family inurnment will take place at a later date at Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville. 

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions go to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice and can be left at the funeral home or mailed in c/o David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 N. Cline Rd., Coffeyville, KS.

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Cheryl Gale (Garman) Rider

Cheryl Gale (Garman) Rider passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2023, in Coffeyville, Kansas at Medicalodge on Midland at the age of 78.

Cheryl was born in Coffeyville on November 22, 1944, to Foney and Madeleine (Moreland) Garman.  After her parent’s divorced, her mother remarried and she was raised by her mother and Albert “Solly” Solenberger, Jr. in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.


Cheryl’s elementary education was in Coffeyville and Bartlesville, she graduated College High School in Bartlesville, Oklahoma in 1962.

She met Jerry “Bud” Rider by a mutual friend they shared.  After a brief courtship they were married on August 1,1964 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  They made their home in Bartlesville for two years before relocating to Coffeyville, making Jerry’s commute to work shorter.  For 57 years Coffeyville has been home.  They have had many fond memories together including raising their children, David, and Melinda, and just celebrating 58 years of marriage.


Cheryl worked at Reda Pump in Bartlesville as a young woman and CO-OP Refinery in Coffeyville for a short period of time, quitting to raise her children.  Due to unpreventable circumstances Cheryl’s mother worked long hours when she was a child.  Because of that experience she deeply desired to be able to be a homemaker to be there to raise their children.   Both Cheryl and Jerry were committed to make this happen, making any sacrifices necessary for their family.  Cheryl worked with the PTA and was a home room mother.  She was a den mother in Boy Scouts.  She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and even helped babysit when her daughter went to work.  As adults, both David and Mendy appreciate the sacrifices made by their parents for their mom to be a fulltime homemaker. They realize that being a fulltime homemaker and mother was one of the hardest, most important, and yet rewarding jobs Cheryl could have ever had.

Survivors include her husband Jerry of the home; son David Rider; daughter Mendy and Jason Coffey; grandchildren, Jonathan and Tina Coffey, Joey Coffey, and Madison Coffey; brothers, Alan and Nadine Solenberger, Norman and Carolyn Garman, and Lonnie Garman; sister, Connie Chapman; brother-in-law, Dale Rider; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family, and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; father; and sister-in-law Shirley Rider.


Memorial services celebrating Cheryl’s life will be held on Friday, March 10, 2023, at 2pm at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel, 2405 Woodland Ave., Coffeyville, Kansas.  Visitation will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2023, also at the chapel from 5-7pm.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page  you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.


Jo Ann Carney

Jo Ann Carney of Edna, Kansas passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 2, 2023, at her home in rural Edna, Kansas.




Jo Ann was born on July 9, 1929, on the Lowry Ranch east of Lenapah, Oklahoma to James (Tex) and Goldie (Harrison) Cook.  She grew up in the So. Coffeyville area, attended Prairie View Country School through eighth grade, graduated from Lenapah High School in 1947, graduated from Coffeyville Community Jr. College and Pittsburg State University.




Jo Ann was an elementary teacher.  She taught in Chautauqua County one year, Trenton four years and Valeda five years both in Labette County; thirty years at Lowell School in Coffeyville where she retired.


On June 30, 1953, Jo Ann married her true love, Marvin Carney in the Trinity Baptist Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.  They left shortly after for Colorado where Marvin was stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado.  After he was honorably discharged, they returned to the Edna area making it a permit home.  Marvin passed away on June 7, 2015, they enjoyed almost 62 years together.




Jo Ann enjoyed helping Marvin with the farm work and taking care of the cattle.  She loved all animals, especially horses and enjoyed riding in her younger years.  She enjoyed traveling with Marvin, attending rodeo’s especially the bigger ones, National Finals in Las Vegas, Cheyenne Frontier Days and Calgary Stampede in Alberta Canada.  They enjoyed visiting several of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.  They also visited France, Italy, Monte Carlo, Switzerland and cruised several of the Islands.




Jo Ann was a member of the Edna United Methodist Church, a lifetime member of the Lowell PTA and Pittsburg State Alumni.  She was proud of her Cherokee Heritage.




Jo Ann is survived by her several nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends; the dearest of friends that checked in on her every day and helped with the chores and everything in between, George Owens, and his wife Janice.  She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband Marvin and one brother, J. R. Cook.




Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at 10:30am at Edna First United Methodist. Visitation will be held on Monday, March 6, 2023, also at Edna First United Methodist from 5 to 7 pm.  Jo Ann request memorial contributions be made payable to Coffeyville Salvation Army Community Service Volunteers and those may be left in care of the chapel.  Services will be streamed live under her obituary page  where you may also leave an online condolence or share a memory with the family.

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