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Janice K. Jones

Janice K. Jones, 67, died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 at Presbyterian Manor of the Plains in Dodge City, Kan.

She was born Nov. 9, 1951 at Lakin, Kan., the daughter of James A. and Naomi Jean (Stinchcomb) Elston.  She received her Master's from Ft. Hays State University. A Dodge City resident since 1980, moving from Liberal, Kan., she was a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Western Plains Medical Complex in Dodge City.

She was a member of Stitch & Chatter in Dodge City and loved dancing, going to rodeos, musicals, concerts and museums.  One of her biggest passions was children and for several years received Honorary Citizenship Certificates from Boys Town of Nebraska.

Survivors include her partner of 40 years, Roger Hedgecoth of Dodge City; her son, Jammie Jones and wife Virginia of Raymore, Mo.; her sister, Deb Elston of Wichita, Kan.; four grandchildren, Ashton Scott Jones, Mariah Ann Jones and fiancé, Shelby Turner, Issac James Jones and fiancée, Delaney Case, and Jana Ruth Jones; a great grandson, Logan Gene Jones and a great granddaughter on the way, Scarlett Kay Jones.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, James William Elston; and a sister, Marcella Ann Bellinger.

Funeral services will be 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, 2018 at Ziegler Funeral Chapel in Dodge City, with Rev. Steve Ormord officiating.  Burial will be at 2 p.m. MST Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 in the Syracuse Cemetery in Syracuse, Kan. with Pastor Danny Buck officiating.  A reception will follow burial at the Syracuse Pizzeria. Visitation will be Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018 from noon to 8 p.m. with the family present from 5 to 8 p.m. at Ziegler Funeral Chapel.

The family suggests memorials to Stitch & Chatter or Boys Town of Nebraska both in care of Ziegler Funeral Chapel, 1901 N. 14th Ave., Dodge City, Kansas 67801.  Condolences may be sent to www.zieglerfuneralchapel.com

Frederick Gerald Clary

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Frederick Gerald Clary, of Syracuse, Kan., passed away at the Wesley Woodlawn Hospital in Wichita, Kan. on Dec. 1, 2018, at the age of 80. He was born April 19, 1938, in Deerfield, Mo., the son of Noah Frederick Clary and Lois Vivian (Thurman) Clary.

Gerald spent his entire life in Kansas. He grew up on a farm near Fort Scott, Kan. where he developed a strong work ethic, a love of the outdoors and animal husbandry, and a passion for tending to the family, friends, and animals in his care. He attended elementary school in Garland and graduated from Fort Scott High School in 1956. He went on to continue his education at Kansas State University, graduating with a master’s degree in animal nutrition in 1967. He loved flying and bought his first airplane before getting married. On June 2, 1962, he married Rosemary Albright in Fort Scott and they made their home on a farm near there. To this union two daughters were born, Susan and Rae Lynn. Gerald loved raising cattle and in 1970 took his first job in the feedlot industry, as the assistant manager at the High Plains Feedyard in Leoti, Kan. Ultimately he moved his family to Syracuse in 1971 and managed the A.I.D. Feedyard for 3 ½ years. In 1975 he designed, developed, and managed the new Cowtown Feeders. In 1992, he began working for the First National Bank. In 1994, having exhausted his patience for working at a desk in a temperature-controlled office, out of the rain and snow and wind, he moved to Johnson and managed the Winger Feedyard until 2008. He moved back to Syracuse and worked as a loan inspector for the First National Bank, traveling to feedlots in several states, until retiring in 2010. He enjoyed living in Syracuse and resided there until his passing.  

Gerald was a member of the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Garland. He was a member of the Memphis Masonic Lodge #108 in Garland, a perpetual life member of the Syracuse Masonic Lodge #309, and a member of the Johnson Masonic Lodge #441, as well as a member of the Kansas York Rite Bodies in Liberal, and a 32nd Degree KCCH of the Wichita Scottish Rite. He was a former 4-H project leader and club leader, and past chairman of the Hamilton County Extension Council, both of Syracuse, as well as a past president of the Beef Empire Days in Garden City and a past member of the Kansas Livestock Association. He enjoyed flying, golfing, spending time in Colorado, taking care of his wife and family, and spending time with his grandkids and family.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Noah and Lois Clary; and a sister, Wanda June Clary.

He is survived by his spouse, Rosemary Clary of Syracuse; two daughters, Susan (& husband Douglas) Dunham of Wichita, Kan., and Rae Lynn (& husband Steve) Phillips of Syracuse; four grandchildren, Tim (& wife Sarah) Dunham of Wichita, Kan., Michael Dunham of Wichita, Jake Phillips of Syracuse, and Megan Phillips of Syracuse, KS; one great grandchild, Harper Dunham of Wichita; and many family members and friends.

Memorial Services will be held Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. (MDT) at the First United Methodist Church, in Syracuse.  Burial will take place at a later date in Fort Scott, Kansas.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be payable to First United Methodist Church or Masonic Lodge #309, sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100.

Albert Kenneth Wilson

Albert Kenneth Wilson, of Johnson, Kan., passed away at the Stanton County Long Term Care in Johnson, on Nov. 23, 2018, at the age of 85. He was born April 24, 1933, in Purdy, Mo., the son of Henry Clifton Wilson and Alice V. (Sarten) Wilson.

Albert began his life in Purdy, and lived in Southwest City, Mo. He attended Southwest City High School and graduated in 1951. Soon after graduation he started working as an appliance repairman at Nichols Brothers in Southwest City until he was drafted into the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. After being honorably discharged, he returned to Southwest City and got married and started his family. On May 8, 1955, he married Deloris I. Bratton, and they made their home in Southwest City. To this union six children were born, Linda, Kenneth, Edith, Wayne, Jane, and Evelyn. Albert moved his family to Syracuse, Kan. in 1959 and worked as a construction foreman until moving to a farm in northwest Stanton County and began working for D.E. Cockrum Farms in May 1962 where he was farm foreman for 30 years. In 1992 he & Deloris moved to Johnson and began working for John Lewis Farms until 1995. He then went to work at Johnson City Power Plant as first shift operator and retired from the power plant in January of 2009. He enjoyed living in Johnson and resided there until his passing. 

Albert was a member of the Methodist Church in Southwest City and then in Manter, Kan. He enjoyed working on anything mechanical, listening to bluegrass music, enjoyed farming and spending time with his grandkids, and great grandkids, and family.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Alice Wilson; his spouse, Deloris I. (Bratton) Wilson; and a daughter, Jane Woods.

He is survived by, two sons, Kenneth (& wife Charlotte) Wilson of Webb City, Mo., and Wayne (& wife Julie) Wilson of Des Moines, Iowa; three daughters, Linda Moser of Ulysses, Kan., Edith (& husband Tim) Kemper of Pratt, Kan., and Evelyn Wilson of Johnson; nine grandchildren, Paul (& wife April) Kemper of Pratt, Malinda Dean (& Chris Johnson) of Oakley, Kan., Robyn Kemper (& Clayton Bartholomew) of Pratt, Marsha Dean of Arcadia, Okla., Mathew Wilson of Mason City, Iowa, Matthew Kemper of Pratt, Jason Kemper of Pratt, Joe Carrigan of Columbia, Md., and Tess Bjorklund of Eagle Grove, Iowa; nine great grandchildren, Tori Dean of Johnson, Justin Dennett of Arcadia, Shaundra Wilson of Darrouzette, Texas, Brendon Wilson of Darrouzette, Jonathan Nelson of Chickashaw, Jesse Kemper of Pratt, Ethan Wilson of Darrouzette, Trevor Wilson of Ulysses, Maci Kemper of Pratt, Analei Kemper of Pratt, Carson Bjorklund of Eagle Grove, and Jacob Wilson of Mason City; and many family members and friends.

Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, at 10 a.m. (CST) at the United Methodist Church, in Johnson. Burial will follow in the Stanton County Cemetery in Johnson.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, from 4 to 6 p.m. (CST) at the United Methodist Church in Johnson.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com. In-lieu-of-flowers memorial contributions may be payable to Manter United Methodist Church, sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100.

Robert Dale Richardson

Robert Dale Richardson, age 65, of Johnson, Kan. died Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018, at Stanton County Hospital in Johnson. He was born Nov. 29, 1952, in Chickasha, Okla.
Dale was raised by his grandparents in Oklahoma. He served in the United States Army during Vietnam. Dale drove truck for John Christner Trucking, worked for Ted and Ella Mae Julian for eight years, the Syracuse Dairy, and was a foreman at Double T Industries in Rolla. After retiring, he worked for Stanton County Foods for three years. Dale married Anna Santoya on December 16, 1997, in Ulysses.
Dale is survived by his wife, Anna of the home; sons, Robert Richardson of Brownwood, Texas, and Dakota Richardson of Johnson; daughters, Lorna Wiggins of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Sophia Regalado and husband Juan of Johnson; mother, Frances Richardson of Elkhart, Kan.; brothers, Fred Richardson and wife Johnna of Marlow, Okla.; Rex Richardson and wife Becki of Elkhart, and Roger Richardson and wife Cara of Johnson; sisters, Shirley McCullum of Chickasha, and Brenda Friend and husband Clark of Satanta; and three grandchildren, Khloe, Juaquin and Jakob.
He is preceded in death by his father, Robert Lee Richardson; and grandparents, Thomas and Elsie Richardson.
Funeral services were held on Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, at Fields Memorial Wesleyan Church in Johnson, with Pastor Henry Bucznski officiating. Interment followed at the Stanton County Cemetery in Johnson. Friends called on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, at Garnand Funeral Home in Johnson. Memorial contributions may be given to Southwest Kansas Ringnecks Jim Kirkland Youth Hunt or American Cancer Society in care of Garnand Funeral Home, PO Box 715, Johnson, KS 67855. Condolences may be posted at www.garnandfuneralhomes.com.

Robert N. Barth

Funeral services for lifelong Holly, Colo. resident, Robert N. Barth, known to most as Bob, were held on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018 at Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel with Pastor Jerry Willhite officiating.  Interment followed in the Holly Cemetery.  Visitation for Bob was held on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 at the funeral chapel.
Bob was born on Nov. 29, 1932 in Lamar, Colo. to Theodore and Wauneita (Kinman) Barth.  He passed away at the Holly Nursing Care Center on Nov. 12, 2018 at the age of 85.
Bob was united in marriage to Joyce Tefertiller on Feb. 13, 1955.  Together, Bob and Joyce owned and operated Sandhill Angus. Bob was a member of the Holly School Board in the late 70’s.  In 2016, Barth Farms was acknowledged as a Colorado Centennial Farm. 
Bob is survived by his children Brad (Murray) Barth of Holly, Sandy Barth of Houston, Texas, Annette (Susie) Barth of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Kyle Barth of Holly; 15 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild; many other relatives and a host of friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Joyce Barth; sons, Kevin Barth and Mike Barth; siblings, Clifford Barth, Glen Barth, Louise Willhite, Homer Barth, Ila Mae Krier, and Ruth Gideon.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Holly Fire and Ambulance or Barth Family Scholarship Fund in care of Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 950, Lamar, CO, 81052.
For more information or to leave online condolences, please visit www.valleymemorialfc.com.

Shirley J. Schmidt

Glasgow. Mo. resident, Shirley J. Schmidt, 80, passed away at her home Nov. 7, 2018.
 
Shirley J. Schmidt was born Aug. 16, 1938 in Saline County, Mo. and was the daughter of Frank and Elsie (Janneck) Leimkuehler. Shirley graduated from Slater High School in 1957. She continued her education attending Central College in Fayette and National College in Kansas City. On March 19, 1960, Shirley married William “Bill” Schmidt at the United Methodist Church in Slater, Mo. Together they enjoyed over 49 years of marriage. Bill preceded Shirley in death Nov. 16, 2009. Shirley was active in the Glasgow community donating her time at the senior center and serving as 4-H leader. She was a devout member of the First United Methodist Church of Glasgow where she served within the church in various capacities. She was a member of the United Methodist Women, the Lamplighters, a youth leader, a choir member, and she taught Sunday school for 25 years. Shirley truly treasured her family especially her grand and great-grandchildren. She will be deeply missed by family and friends.
 
Survivors include two sons, William (Cheryl) Schmidt, Jr. of Glasgow and Robert (Nancy) Schmidt of Carrollton, Mo.; daughter, Lora (John) Horton of Kendall, Kan.; nine grandchildren, Tiffany Swanson, Kim Westhues, David Schmidt, Sally and Ruby Schmidt, Caitlyn, Rachel, Mallory and Ethan Horton; nine great-grandchildren, Tristan and Aiden Swanson, Alan, AJ and George Westhues, and August, Evelyn, Elijah and Jeremiah Schmidt. In addition to her husband and parents, Shirley was preceded in death by an infant twin sister, and a brother, Wendell Leimkuehler.
 
Funeral service for Mrs. Schmidt will be 10 a.m., Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 at Friemonth-Freese Funeral Home in Glasgow with Rev. Karen Alden officiating. Visitation is 4 - 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 at the funeral home. Interment will follow the funeral at Ridge Park Cemetery in Marshall, Mo.
 
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to FUMC of Glasgow or Glasgow Senior Center in care of the funeral home.

Eloise (Hughes) Weckerly

Eloise (Hughes) Weckerly of Syracuse, Kan., passed away at Homestead Of Manhattan Assisted Living in Manhattan, Kan., on Nov. 6, 2018, at the age of 93. She was born March 20, 1925, in Byers, Kan., the daughter of Cecil Guy Hughes and Mabel A. (Wasson) Hughes.

Eloise began her life in Byers, and attended Byers High School and graduated in 1944. On Feb. 10, 1946 she married Gene Weckerly in Scott City, Kan..  She was a Secretary on the Port Hueneme, Calif. Naval Base while Gene was in the Navy prior to their return in 1947 to make  their home in the Bear Creek Community south of Syracuse. To this union three children were born, Paul, Donna, and Kathy. Eloise was a farm wife and took care of all the needs to raising her family working on the farm. In 1981, she and her family moved to Syracuse and retired from the farm life. In 2016 she moved to Manhattan to be closer to her daughters and because of her failing health. She enjoyed living in Syracuse, the biggest part of her life, but resided in Manhattan the last three years until her passing.

She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Syracuse. She loved gardening, quilting and her greatest love was spending time with her grandchildren and family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Cecil and Mabel Hughes; her stepmother, Ruth (Hensley) Hughes; her spouse, Gene Weckerly; one son and wife, Paul Lee and Gloria Weckerly; four brothers, James Frisbie, Bill Hughes, Larry Hughes, and Don Hughes; two sisters, Delores Chance and Avola McMannis Zimmerman.

She is survived by two daughters, Kathy Weckerly of Manhattan, and Donna (& husband Geary) Mosburg of Manhattan; one sister:     JoAnn (& husband Bob) Simmons of Goodland, Kan.; a sister-in-law, Marie Frisbie; two grandchildren, Paula Housholder of Syracuse, and Angela (& husband Trent) Felzien of Manhattan; five great grandchildren, Tate Housholder of Syracuse, Jaycee (& husband Jordan) Rider of Syracuse, Caitlyn Housholder of Syracuse, Ellie Felzien of Manhattan, and Seth Felzien of Manhattan; two great great grandchildren, Creo Rider and Quinlynn Rider of Syracuse; a nephew, Roger (& wife Gwen) Chance of Olathe, Kan., and many family members and friends.

Funeral Services will be held Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, at 10 a.m. (MST) at the First United Methodist Church, in Syracuse. Burial will follow in the Syracuse Cemetery in Syracuse.

Visitation will be held Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, from 4 to 6 p.m. (MST) at Fellers Funeral Home LLC of Syracuse, KS.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be payable to First United Methodist Church, Leukemia Foundation, or Special Olympics sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100.

Charles Leroy Maxfield

Charles Leroy Maxfield, of Garden City, Kan., passed away at the Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kan., on Oct. 8, 2018, at the age of 88. He was born July 12, 1930, in Syracuse, Kan., the son of John William Maxfield and Anna Lovena (Kliffmiller) Maxfield.

Charles was born in Syracuse at the Donahue Hospital and at the age of two, both of his parents passed away. He moved in with his grandma in Coolidge, and later in 1937 he began living with Leonard and Edith Maxfield, his aunt and uncle. He attended Coolidge and Syracuse Schools. At the age of fourteen he was on his own and began working on farms. He worked for the Eddy’s and Glenn Wilson farming where it was his means of living. On June 10, 1950, he married Neva Ann Shamburg in Raton, N.M. and they made their home in Syracuse. To this union five children were born, Stephen, Sandra, Daniel, Tamera, and Scott. He began working for the City of Syracuse in 1979, where he was the foreman for city maintenance. He retired in 1993, and in 2000 he moved to Garden City, and resided there until his passing.

Charles was a member of the Southern Baptist Church, a 4-H Leader, Saddle Club, all of Syracuse. He enjoyed playing cards, fishing, horses, having a good dog around, and in his later years he enjoyed dancing.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Anna Maxfield; two sisters, Viola Daniel and Emma Maxfield.

He is survived by his spouse, Neva Ann (Shamburg) Maxfield of Lakin, Kan.; three sons, Stephen (& wife Laurie) Maxfield of Monte Vista, Colo., Daniel (& wife Sheila) Maxfield of Lakin, and Scott (& wife Julie) Maxfield of Minford, Ohio; two daughters, Sandra (& husband David) Wright of Lakin, and Tamera (& husband Joe) Helton of Holcomb, Kan.; 13 grandchildren; 27 great grandchildren; and many family members and friends.

Memorial Services will be held Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, at 10 a.m. (MDT) at the Southern Baptist Church in Syracuse. Burial will follow in the Syracuse Cemetery in Syracuse.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com.

In-lieu-of-flowers memorial contributions may be payable to High Plains Retirement Village, sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100.

Brenda Sue (Morris) Beck

Brenda Sue (Morris) Beck, of Ulysses, Kan., passed away at her home in Ulysses, on Aug. 26, 2018, at the age of 54. She was born April 8, 1964, in Johnson, Kan., the daughter of James Beryl Morris and Velma Jean (Wise) Morris.

Brenda began her life in Johnson and attended Stanton County High School. In 1979, she married Doug Atkinson in Johnson, and they later divorced. To this union two children were born, Daryl and Shawn. Soon after getting married, they moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, where she worked in healthcare. In 1988, she married Brad Beck in Salt Lake City, and they later divorced. To this union three children were born, Cory, April and Sarah. In 2009, she was forced to retire due to her health. In June of 2014, she moved to Ulysses and resided there until her untimely passing.

Brenda was a past member of the Big Bow 4-H Club in Johnson, and also was a Barrel Racer in Little Britches Rodeos. She enjoyed crocheting and doing ceramics, but her greatest enjoyment was spending time with family and friends.

She is survived by her father, James Beryl Morris of Norfolk, Neb.; her mother, Velma Jean (Wise) Morris of Grove, Okla.; three sons, Daryl (& wife Shannon) Atkinson of Centerville, Utah, Shawn Atkinson of Ogden, Utah, and Cory Morris of Grove, Okla.; two daughters, April Cherry and Sarah Cherry of South Jordan, Utah; three sisters, Cindy Winters of Grove, Candace Morris of Ellsworth, Kan., and Jennifer (& husband Clinton) Bowers of Grove; two grandchildren, Aiden Atkinson of Centerville, Utah, and Arianna Atkinson of Ogden; and many family members and friends.

Memorial Graveside Services will be held Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, at 3 p.m. (CDT) at the Hickory Grove Cemetery in Grove, Okla.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com. In-lieu-of-flowers memorial contributions may be payable to Brenda Beck Memorial Fund, sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100.

John Earl Coghill, Jr.

John Earl Coghill, Jr., of Syracuse, Kan., passed away at the Hamilton County Hospital in Syracuse, on Sept. 7, 2018, at the age of 88. He was born Feb. 22, 1930, near Lakin, Kan., the son of John Earl Henry Coghill and Mary Louise Rhodenbaugh Coghill Brehm.

At the age of four he moved with his father and two brothers, James and Donald, to Soledad, Calif. He attended the Salinas School until entering the United States Air Force in 1948. In 1952, he completed his military service, and he returned to Sacramento, Calif. where he began working as an auto mechanic. While in Sacramento, he married Orpha Ellen Brown, and to this union two daughters were born, Cynthia and Catherine. Later John and Orpha divorced. In 1958 he moved to Syracuse, Kansas, and then in 1963, he moved to Wichita, Kan. where he continued to work as an auto mechanic for 35 years. He retired in 1991, and he later moved back to Syracuse in 1998. He enjoyed living in Syracuse, and resided there until his passing.

He was a past member of the Disabled Veterans, and the Syracuse American Legion. He enjoyed anything mechanical, playing his guitar, playing cards, collecting vintage car models, traveling in his van with his dogs, driving his razor, loved his dogs and cats, and in his younger days he enjoyed dancing.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Mary Coghill; a sister, Selma Louise Brown; and a brother, James Coghill.

He is survived by his two daughters, Cynthia Luann Anderson of Roseville, Calif. and Catherine Jean Mortensen of Salem, Ore.; one brother, Donald Coghill of Phoenix, Ariz., a granddaughter, Mollie Anderson of Elverta, Calif.; and many family members and friends.

Cremation has taken place. Private Graveside Memorial Services will be held at a later date in the Syracuse Cemetery, in Syracuse.

Condolences may be sent to fellersfh@yahoo.com.

Memorial Contributions may be payable to, Disabled Veterans, Syracuse American Legion, or SPCA/Rescue, sent in care of Fellers Funeral Home & Monuments LLC, P.O. Box 1253, 401 N. Sumner, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-5100

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