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Virginia Lee Groff, 74, Milo, died Friday, Feb. 17, in Milo. Virginia was born Feb. 19, 1942, in Marshall, Mo., to Charles Timothy and Nellie Jane (Yates) Zouck. A memorial service will be held in Kansas City at a later date. (Nevada Daily Mail)
She was a member of St. John the Apostle Catholic Church and the St. John Altar Society. On June 17, 1944, she married Robert Newman in Kansas City, Mo. He died Dec. 1, 1980. She is survived by stepsons, Jerry Newman and Gene Newman; 11 step grandchildren ... (Hutchinson News)
and David and Candi Sanders of Lincoln; grandchildren, Michael and Jamie Lanning of Kansas City, Mo., Katie Lanning of Lincoln, and Chloe Sanders of Lincoln; and great-grandson, Andrew Lanning of Kansas City, Mo. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Friday ... (Fremont Tribune)
Louis R. Hansen, 63, of Warsaw, Missouri, passed away Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, at the St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. He was born on Oct. 16, 1953, in Spencer, Iowa, to Edgar Andrew and Iva Gertrude (Jones) Hansen. On Aug. 16, 1980 ... (Spencer Daily Reporter)
Ronald Peter Belz, 49, of Lynchburg, died Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, in Kansas City, Kan. He was born July 27, 1967, in Auerbach, Germany to Richard Edward Henery Sr. and Marga Reindl Henery. On Aug. 23, 1991, he married Elisabeth Maria Anna Linscheid. (The Lebanon Daily Record)
I first learned about the Stress Index in my undergraduate studies. The Holmes Rahe Stress Scale gives a numeric value to many key life stressors, positive or negative. The study was conducted to determine whether the individual was at risk for developing illness based on their level of stress. In ...
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