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#1
Justin Kyle Bryan, age 43, of Wichita, Kansas, passed away June 13, 2022 at his home.  He was born November 25, 1978 in Junction City, Kansas to Steven and Lyneva (Sherman) Bryan.

Justin grew up in Herington, Kansas alongside two siblings and graduated from Salina South High School in Salina, Kansas.  Growing up, Justin was active in his church, 4-H, and Scouts.  He was active in 4-H for many years taking cooking and photography.  He really enjoyed photography and had a good eye for it from an early age.  He even once had a photograph of a sunset taken over Lake Herington that toured the Ag offices of Kanasas through a year as one of the top awarded 4-H pictures of the year.  The other 4-H members loved his antics so much that they re-elected him song leader for several years in a row.

Justin moved out to live on his own at age 20 and was very independent.  He rode a bus to work daily for 20 years with the help of his personal assistants.  For several years, he worked for Phillips Lighting in Salina, Kansas in the packing and shipping department.  He had numerous interests that included Mickey Mouse and Disney.  He had a collection of autographs from many of the characters he met at Disney World in Florida.

Justin loved participating in Special Olympics playing volleyball, basketball, track, and tennis.  He enjoyed country music, especially if he could sing along which the family often did while traveling.  Justin loved to give and receive presents and all birthdays and holidays.  He never forgot anyone's special day, whether it be someone's anniversary or birthday.  He would even call his mother to remind her of her friends' birthdays to make sure she didn't forget.

In 2016, Justin's dad, Steven Bryan, passed away.  They were always "buds", and Justin missed him dearly.  Justin was a conqueror.  He always saw the bright side of every situation and loved life to the fullest.  He took pride in doing his best at whatever he was doing and being a winner.  He never met a stranger and loved everyone.  He loved to share and had a kind, giving heart.  He was especially fond of being an uncle to Kylee and Tyler.

Justin is survived by his mother, Lyneva Bryan; his brother, Jeremy (Carolina) Bryan; his sister, Jennifer (Ryan) Guffey; and his niece and nephew, Kylee and Tyler Ryan.  He was preceded in death by his father, Steven Bryan.

Funeral services in honor of Justin will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 23, 2022 at Countryside Funeral Home in Howard, Kansas.  Interment will follow in Elk Falls Cemetery in Elk Falls, Kansas.  As Justin was very patriotic, happy-go-lucky, and a lover of parties, the family would like his service to be a Celebration of his departure from this world.  Please dress casual or patriotic for his service.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial contriubitons be made to the Special Olympics Blue Thunder Team or to Countryside Funeral Home for a bench to be set at Elk Falls Cemetery in his honor.  These can be mailed to or left with the funeral home.  Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas 67349.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website) 
#2
Wayne Dillon Barkus, age 59, of Tyro, Kansas, passed away June 2, 2022.  He was born May 30, 1963 in Winfield, Kansas to Donald and Sue (Satterlee) Barkus.  He was raised by Don and Norma Barkus in Howard, Kansas.  He attended West Elk High School in Howard with the Class of 1981.

Wayne started working at a young age in his dad's automotive shop and then as a mechanic for Ron Warrington at his garange in Howard.  He continued working for Ron for a few years until he went to work for A-Lent Construction Services.  He started his career as a millwright and worked his way up to Supervisor and Certified Crane Operator.  He then retired in July 2021 after a 37-year career with them.

Wayne is survived by his father, Donald (Norma) Barkus of Tyro, Kansas; his mother, Sue Webber of Apache Junction, Arizona; his children, Brandi (John) Mustain of Altoona, Kansas, Gatlin (Cassidy) Barkus of Burlington, Kansas, Dalton (Lily) Pendlteon of Neodesha, Kanas, and Oneisha (Dylan) Morgan of Moline, Kansas; grandchildren; Garrett Pendleton, Nolan Pendleton, Olivia Pendleton, Owen Morgan, and Rylee Morgan; and his sisters, Donna (Mike) Rozell of Winfield, Kansas, Melissa (Tracy Beitz) Barkus of Eureka, Kansas, and Marcy (Scott) Freed of Tyro, Kansas.

A graveside memorial service will be held at 11;00 a.m. on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at Grace Lawn Cemetery in Howard, Kansas. Memorial contributions may be left with the funeral home for the Wayne Barkus Memorial Fund for his grandchildren's education.  Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas 67349.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
#3
Linda Sue Loebeck, age 73, a resident of Augusta, Kansas, passed away peacefully on the morning of March 1, 2022.  She was born August 5, 1948 in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, the daughter of Louis Connard and Grace Marie (Griffith) Sharp.

After Linda's father retired from the military service, her family spent a brief time in Wichita, Kansas before settling in Howard, Kansas.  Linda enjoyed growing up in the Howard community with her large family that included 8 siblings.  She graduated from Howard High School with the Class of 1966.  She was involved in many school activities during her youth.

After high school, Linda attended classes at Pittsburg State College in Pittsburg, Kansas.  She then moved to Emporia, Kansas where she met and later married Jim Loebeck on March 22, 1968.  The couple had two sons, David Robert and Donald Charles.

Linda attended Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas where she studied financial accounting.  She spent most of her career doing accounting for the firm, Agle & Gaeddert, regionally for Sonic Drive-In, and later Salina Steel.  In 1993, Linda moved into the banking industry working for Bank 10 Belton.  She later finished her career at Bank of America in Wichita, Kansas where she retired in 2011.

The great lvoes of her life were her sons and grandchildren.  She enjoyed reading, cooking, gardening, fishing, and spending time with her family.  One constant in Linda's life was a huge heart for animals, especially dogs.  Each chapter of her life journey has included a canine companion.  Linda's latest loves are her two dogs, Sara and Lea.

Linda is survived by her sons, David Robert (Sandy) Loebeck of Owasso, Oklahoma, Donald Charles Loebeck of Augusta, Kansas, and Bradley Wayne Loebeck of Phoenix, Arizona; her siblings, Martin (Pam) Sharp of Wichita, Kansas, Connie (Ronald) Shipman of Marion, Kansas, Myrna (Tom) Leckliter of El Dorado, Kansas, and Robert (Cindy) Sharp of Severy, Kansas; grandchildren, Eric Loebeck, Cody Loebeck, and Brock Loebeck; granddaughter, Amanda Loebeck; and great-grandchildren, Colton Loebeck and Seryna Loebeck.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Grace Sharp; her half-sister, Joan (Noakes) Karsing; her half-brother, Richard Noakes; and her sisters, Sharon (Sharp) Schouten and Judy (Sharp) Schouten.

Services were held on March 11, 2022 at Carlson & Kirby-Morris Funeral Home in El Dorado, Kansas.  Burial followed at Piedmont Cemetery in Piedmont, Kansas.  Carlson & Kirby-Morris Funeral Home of El Dorado, Kansas was entrusted with arrangements.

(taken from the Carlson & Kirby-Morris Funeral Home website)
#4
Carolyn Sue Chrisman, age 82, formerly of Winfield, Kansas, passed away May 20, 2022 at UT Health of Athens in Athens, Texas.  She was born December 11, 1939 in Grenola, Kansas, the daughter of Truman and Dorothy (Sweet) Harrington. 

Carolyn was raised and received her education in Grenola, Kansas, graduating from Grenola High School in 1957.  She was united in marriage to Tim L. Chrisman on October 14, 1961 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Moline, Kansas.  The couple lived in Winfield, Kansas for a few years and later in Sedan, Kansas for a short time before returning to Winfield.  Carolyn worked as a telephone operator for Southwestern Bell for many year and also worked at the Walnut Valley Lanes. 

Carolyn enjoyed bowling and even received the "Bowler of the Year" award once.  Aditionally, her hobbies included crocheting blankets, watching movies, and putting together puzzles.  Most of all, Carolyn loved spending time with her kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids.

Carolyn's family includes her sons, Joe (Lisa) Chrisman and John Chrisman, all of Winfield, Kansas; her daughter, Marilyn (Steve) Crotser of Mabank, Texas; her eight grandchildren, Kelly (Martin) Jacques, Levi Chrisman, Rebecca Chrisman and fiance Brandon Beyard, Drew (Ally) Chrisman, Emily Chrisman, Seth Crotser, Caleb Crotser, and Sarah (Aaron) Roots; her eight great-grandchildren, Emilia, Abe, Lucy, Cash, Jagger, Charleigh, Benji, and Miriam; her two bonus great-grandchildren, Bryon and Kevin; her sister, Beth Moore; her aunt, Shirley Gillespie; her sisters-in-law, Janet Harrington and Janice Chrisman; and her brother-in-law, Mack (Joy) Chrisman.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Tim on May 24, 2003; her parents; her sisters, Peggy Harrington and Mary Miller; and her brother, Jim Harrington.

Graveside funeral service was held on May 27, 2022 at Highland Cemetery in Winfield, Kansas.  A memorial was established to the Mabank Special Panthers Special Olympics Team.  Miles Funeral Service of Winfield, Kansas was entrusted with arrangements.

(taken from the Miles Funeral Service website)
#5
Carol Jean Long, age 82, passed away May 12, 2022.  She was born on October 3, 1940 in Hilltop, Kansas to  Francis and Eda (Guenther) Light.

Carol grew up in Howard, Kansas and attended local schools.  She graduated from Howard High School in 1959.

Carol is survived by her sons, Rick (Holly) Castetter and Lucky (Colleen) Castetter; grandchildren, Dustin (RaeAnn) Henderson and David Henderson; great-grandchildren, Renee, Zack, C.J, and Phebee; great-great-grandson, Melvin; and her sister, Harriet Hyler of Howard, Kansas.  She is preceded in death bvy her parents, Francis and Eda Light; her hsuband, Melvin Long; her daughter, Linda Carinder; and her siblings, Lillian Hyler, Irene Britton, Joe Light, Charles Light, and Norma Lord. 

Graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 28, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Grace Lawn Cemetery in Howard, Kansas.  Baker Funeral Home of Wichita, Kansas was entrusted with arrangements.
#6
Sheryl Ann "Termite" Hunt, age 77, of Winfield, Kansas, passed away May 10, 2022 at her home.  She was born June 17, 1944 in Winfield, Kansas, the daughter of Elvis Eugene "Slim" and Ruth Eleanor (Hoop) Renner.

Sheryl was raised in and around Oxford, Udall, and Moline, Kansas where her father farmed and ranched.  She attended school through 3rd grade in Oxford berfore her family moved to a farm near Moline in 1953.  She attended school there, graduating from Moline High School in 1962.

Following high school, Sheryl attended Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas from 1962 to 1964.  She later moved to Winfield where she worked in the Dietary Departments at both the Winfield State Hospital and Training Center and William Newton Hospital.  Sheryl was united in marriage to Gary Chester Hunt on February 26, 1990 in Winfield where the couple made their home.  She eventually started working at Binney & Smith Crayola Company where she remained for over 31 years, receiving several awards for her outstanding attendance.  Sheryl would take vacation from work only to help out at the farm during harvest time.  She later went to work for Galaxy Tool in the maintenance and shipping and receiving departments for over eight years, retiring on June 30, 2006.  Gary preceded Sheryl in death on May 15, 2018.

Sheryl enjoyed dogs, horses, being outdoors, and taking walks.  She was a member of the Moline Shining Star 4-H Club, the Binney & Smith 25-Year Club, and was involved with the Elk County Junior Leaders and the Elk County 4-H Council.

Survivors include her stepson, Michael (Jackie) Hunt of Arkansas City, Kansas; her three step-grandchidlren, Candace (Chris) Hendricks of Arkansas City, Kasnas, Chet (Amy) HUnt of Chanute, Kansas, and Kasha Hunt of Tonkawa, Oklahoma; and her five step-great-grandchidlren, Jaren Hendricks, Bailey Hendricks, Hunter Hendricks, Greyson Hunt, and Rowen Hunt.  Sheryl was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Gary.

Graveside memorial services will be held on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at the Moline Cemetery in Moline, Kansas under the direction of Miles Funeral Service, 5001 E. 9th Avenue, Winfield, Kansas 67156.  In lieu of flowers, mememorials are suggested to the William Newton Healthcare Foundation.  Contributions may be made through the funeral home.

(taken from the Miles Funeral Service website)
#7
Dale Eugene Crismas, 79, of Independence, Kansas, passed away January 27, 2022 at his home.  He was born March 30, 1942 in Howard, Kansas to Wilma Ruth (Westwood) and Alva Lee Crismas.

His family were sharecroppers, and Dale attended thirteen different one-room schools growing up.  He went to high school in Climax, Kanas and Severy, Kansas before graduating from Eureka High School in Eureka, Kasnas. He then worked at the Eureka Mill and Elevator and then the Paul Parks Skelly Gas Station.  This led to him being hired at the Kansas Department of Transportation in 1967 and becoming an engineer in the Road Department before retiring in 2005.

On November 1, 1962, Dale married Judith Knight at the Methodist Church in Severy, Kansas.  Dale was a member of the Bowling Association and a multi-time Water Board President.  He was an avid gardener, loved flowers, photography, bird watchingn, and all his grandkids.

Survivors include his wife, Judy Crismas of the home; his children, Bryan Crismas of Terrell, Texas, Teresa (John) Smart of Independence, Kansas, and Alison (Joe) Carroll of Independence, Kasnas; grandchildren, Dane (Chelsea) Crismas, Brooke Crismas, Marcus Lewis, Quincy Freeman, Eleanor Grace Carroll, Byron Carroll, Genevieve Carroll, and Ulysses Carroll; and a brother, James Crismas of Humboldt, Kansas.  He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Alva Clinton Crismas; his sister, Frances Talamantes; a granddaughter, Amanda Lewis; and a sister-in-law, Linda Crismas.

A Celebration of Life graveside service was held on February 1, 2022 at the Grace Lawn Cemetery in Howard, Kanss with Rev. Bill Boone officiating.  A memorial has been established to the Cancer Center of Kansas and remembrances may be sent to the funeral home.  Service arrangements were entrusted to Zach Webb Family Funeral Service, 1475 S. 10th Street, ndependence, Kansas 67301.

(taken from the Zach Webb Family Funeral Service website)
#8
James Virgil "Jim" Hawkins, Jr., age 85, of Pryor, Oklahoma passed from this life on April 13, 2022 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  He was born on June 19,1936 in Piedmont, Kansas, the son of James Virgil and Mary Helen (Stanley) Hawkins.

Jim grew up in Moline, Kansas and graduated from Moline High School.  He was an outstanding athlete, participating in football, basketball, and track. He was united in marriage to Loweta Marie Bell on October 10, 1953.  .From this union were born four chidlren.   

Jim had a successful career within the nuclear power industry while having only a high school education.  In his later years, he moved to Pryor, Oklahoma and truly loved the community.  He was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Pryor and was always there to help in any way he could.  He also supported Pryor High School sports and attended sporting events faithfully.

Jim dearly loved his family and looked forward to spending time with them.  He loved to travel and was proud to have visited every state.  He was a loving father and grandfather who leaves behind many wonderful memories for his family and friends to cherish.

Jim is survived by his son, James (Denise) Hawkins of Haughton, Louisiana; his daughters, Carol Matheny of Granbury, Texas and Linda Lafayette of Chesterfield, Virginia; his brother, Bill (Sally) Hawkins of Overland Park, Kansas; his sister, Mary Louise (Jim) McClung of Winfield, Kansas; 6 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; his constant and loving companion of 15 years, Judy Davis; his lifelong friend, Joyce Mills; and Judy's 2 daughters, 8 grandchildren,and 4 great-grandchildren who considered Jim their family.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Virgil and Helen Hawkins; his wife of 53 years, Loweta (Bell) Hawkins; his daughter, Debra Daugherty who passed away in 2010; and his lifelong friend, H.D. Mills.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at First Baptist Church in  Pryor, Oklahoma with Dr. Mike Cox officiating.  Burial will follow at Graham Memorial Cemetery with J.J. Daugherty, Trina Taylor, Breanoh Lafayette-Brooks, Joshua Daugherty, Sarah Rodriguez, and Shea McVea serving as casket bearers.  Visitation will be held on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at Shipman's Funeral Home. in Pryor, Oklahoma from 6:00 p.m. to 8;00 p.m.  The family asks that memorial contributions be made to the First Baptist Church, 601 E. Graham, Pryor, Oklahoma 74361.  To leave his family a messsage, please visit www.shipmansfuneralhome.com.  Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Shipman's Funeral & Cremation Service, 1204 NE 1st Street,  Pryor, Oklahoma 74361.

(taken from Shipman's Funeral Service website)
#9
Virginia Louise Coble, age 92, of Howard, Kansas, passed away on April 12, 2022 at Sedan, Kansas.  She was born on November 12, 1929 to Horace and Edith Marie (Simons) Copeland in rural Severy, Kansas.

Virginia was a very creative and musical woman.  She was a skilled seamstress and enjoyed quilting, gardening, and painting among other crafts.  Her creativity came in handy after she married Harold Eugene "Gene" Coble in June 1953.  They grew their family to include four chidlren.  Raising her family was one of her greatest joys in life, especially when her grandbabies came along.

After the children had grown, Virginia pursued and earned a degree in Nursing.  She worked as an LPN at Twilight Manor Nursing Home in Howard, Knasas and never seemed to swtop learning.

Virginia leaves behind her four children,  Kathy (David) Evans, Tim Coble, Kristin (Rob) Hutchison, and Julia Coble, all of Howard, Kansas; two sisters, Marcia Dean and Wilma Cooley, both of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; five grandchidlren, Aaron Evans, Michael Evans, Megan Hutchison-Amash, Leah Hutchison, and Anthony Coble; and five great-grandchildren.  She is preceded in death by her parents, Horace and Edith Copeland; her husband, Gene who passed away in December 2000; three brothers, Doyle Copeland, Ted Copeland, and Bill Copeland; and one sister, Madge Hebb.

Cremation has been requested.  A memorial service will be held on Monday, April 18, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at Countryside Funeral Home in Howard, Kansas.  Memorial contributions have been suggested to the American Legion Post #0149 and can be mailed to or left with the funeral home. Online condolences can be left for the family at www.countrysidefh.com. Services have been entrusted to Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas 67349.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
#10
Eda Carlene (Brust) Collier-Nettles, age 81, a resident of Moline, Kansas, passed away on April 11, 2022 in Sedan, Kansas.  She was born on September 1, 1940 to Emil and Maybelle Brust in Wichita, Kansas.

Eda earned her high schol diploma and later graduated with an Associate's Degree from Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas.  She worked for many years in quality control and for AT&T and Integrate checking computer chips. 

Eda married Donald Collier in Wichita, Kansas.  After his passing, she retired and moved to Moline.  On May 17, 2001, she married Ted Nettles in Newkirk, Oklahoma.  The couple owned a mowing business in Moline as well as an antique business out of their home.  Ted passed away in 2008.

Eda had no children of her own, but she was blessed with and survived by a stepdaughter. Caroline Eschenbrenner of Udall, Kansas.  In addition to Caroline, she is survived by her brother, Paul (Betty) Brust and their son, Luc of Wichita, Kansas; her nephews, Jim (Jo Ellen) Clements of Colorado and Randy (Shaynah) Clements of Easton, Kansas; and her niece, Sharon.  Eda is preceded in death by her parents, Emil and Maybelle; her husbands, Donald Collier and Ted Nettles; her brother, Dean Brust; and her sister, Mary (James "Buddy") Sparks.

The family will receive friends and relatives for visitation on Monday, April 18, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Countryside Funeral Home in Howard, Kansas.  A graveside service will follow at 1:00 p.m. at Moline City Cemetery in Moline, Kansas.  Countryside Funeral Home, 206 E. Washington, Howard, Kansas has been entrusted with arrangements.

(taken from the Countryside Funeral Home website)
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