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He is survived by his wife Dorothy Schulz, their son John (Madalyn) Schulz of Eudora, Kansas, three grandchildren, Theresa Whittle, Derek (Morgan) Ogan, and Emily (William) McKown, one great granddaughter Ellie McKown, two siblings, Agnes Nelson of ... (Alton Daily News)
Inurnment will be at Eudora Cemetery. Memorials in her name may be made to Olathe Medical Center Charitable Foundation for the Olathe Hospice House, care of Warren-McElwain Mortuary, 120 W. 13th St., Lawrence, KS 66044. (Altoona Mirror)
She was born Feb. 20, 1955, in Kansas City, Mo., to the late James Clark and Flossie Baker Roach. She was a Eudora High School graduate in Kansas and attended College of the Ozarks. She was preceded in death by one brother, Michael Roach. Survivors include ... (The Courier Online)
She attended Kansas State College in Manhattan ... Survivors include four sons Curt Palmer, Eudora, Mick, Rick and Greg Palmer all of Lawrence, two grandsons Ian and Aidan Palmer, Eudora. Her parents, husband Lewis, and two brothers Wes and Don Holmes ... (atchisonglobenow.com)
Survivors include four sons, Curt Palmer, Eudora, Kansas, Mick, Rick and Greg Palmer all of Lawrence, Kansas, two grandsons, Ian and Aidan Palmer, Eudora, Kansas. Her parents, husband Lewis, and two brothers, Wes and Don Holmes, preceded her in death. (Leavenworth Times)
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