Carla (Wanasek) Feldman, 67, of Topeka, KS passed away May 7, 2018. Carla was born September 17, 1950 in Hutchinson, KS. Graveside service for Carla was held May 10, 2018 at Mt. Moriah, Newcomer and Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes Road, KC, MO.
Diane (Ward) Holloman, 63, passed away peacefully February 5, 2014, from lung cancer in St. Louis, MO.
David Lawrence Weaver, 71, North Las Vegas, Nevada, died February 23, 2021. He was the son of Clarence L & Susan M Weaver. He was raised in Hutchinson, Kansas and graduated from Hutchinson High School, class of 1968. He retired after serving in the USAF twenty-three years as a computer programmer, spending nineteen years overseas. Survivors: wife Anna; brother James Weaver in '64 HHS class. His parents and brother Robert "Bob" Weaver, '70 HHS class, preceded him in death. There was no memorial service.
Nancy E. (Welch) Woodmansee Callahan, 50, Hutchinson, Ks, born Aug. 8, 1950, died Aug. 4, 2001 in Wichita, Ks., due to diabetes. She was a retired sales and clerical worker. A family service is planned. Survivors: son, Eric Woodmansee Callahan; brother William D. (Jo Sue) Welch of Wichita; sister, Cynthia M. Welch of McPherson; parents, Dale (died Jan. 29, 2016) and Darlene Welch (died Jan. 27, 2003). Burial Turon Cemetery.
William "Bill" Eugene White, 66, suffered a stroke March 30, 2016 at Edwards, MS. A private family graveside service at Edwards Cemetery. William was a man that loved God with all his heart, soul, strength and mind. He was born on September 2, 1949 in Hutchinson, Kansas. His mother is a wonderful piano/organ player and teacher. He grew up with that love of music. After graduating from high school, William served with honor in the United States Navy. After that is when he began his life long journey to know the truth of God's Word and to be His faithful servant. William played blues in New Orleans, LA with Bryan Lee & the Jump Street Five and that is where he met his wife of 30 years, Linda. They moved to Mississippi 22 years ago and he worked for Ameristar Casino until recently retiring. He had many plans for retirement, finally having time to write a book on the Book of James was one of his most important desires. William left his imprint on the lives of all those that knew him. His persona was engaging to everyone he met. He will be greatly missed by all those that had the privilege to know him and be impacted by his faith.
James William White, Jr, 52, of Lancaster, TX, died October 26, 2002, in Dallas, Texas as a result of food poisoning. He was born August 22, 1950 in Hutchinson, Kansas to James W White Sr, (78, died November 11, 2010 at Booneville, AR, and his mother, Ida Mae White, 85, died April 3, 2019 at Booneville, AR). He is survived by his wife, Suzanne; Sons, Troy White of Denver, CO., Jeremy White of Plano, David Smith of Lancaster; daughters, Gretchen Navarrette & Jill Black, both of Waxahachie; 5 grandchildren; sister, Debra Kay Hill of Boonville, Arkansas. Memorial service 2:00 pm Tuesday, October 29, 2002 in Byruin Funeral Home Chapel, Lancaster, Texas. James wife, Barbara C. White, 42, died November 17, 1993 and buried in Allen, TX.
Jessica L. Whitlock, 59, died Jan. 22, 2008, at Hutchinson Hospital. She was born Aug. 20, 1948, in Wichita, the daughter of Burt L. and Virginia L. Streeter Whitlock. She graduated from Hutchinson High School. She was a resident of the Kansas Elks Training Program in Wichita, New Horizons in Valley Center, and was with Disability Supports of the Great Plains, while in Hutchinson. She was preceded in death by her parents. Memorial service at Grace Episcopal Church. Cremation has taken place. Inurnment will be in the Church Columbarium.
James Edward Wickliffe was born on July 20,1950 in Hutchinson, Kansas to Paul and Dorothy (Coleman) Wickliffe. He graduated high school in 1968 and enlisted in the Navy Corps in 1969. After completing his basic training in Long Beach, California, he was assigned to the USS Higbee, where he served in Vietnam and Korea. James attained the rank of ES/052 while in the Navy and was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 3 Bronze Stars, RVN Campaign Medal and Device, Combat Action Ribbon, and an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Korea). After his release from active duty, James transferred to the Naval Reserve Manpower Center in Bainbridge, Maryland. James accepted Christ as his Savior at the age of twelve and was united with CME (Methodist) Church. He was united in holy matrimony with Darlene Bowie in Inglewood, California. Their union was blessed with four children. In his leisure, James enjoyed writing poems, reading and listening to music. James Edward Wickliffe departed this life on February 28, 2020. He is survived by his; sons, Boushee Bowie-Wickliffe, Dominick Wickliffe, Demetrius Wickliffe and Julius Wickliffe all who reside in California; four brothers, Richard (Maxine), Wayne, Kenneth and Vernon Wickliffe; four sister, Dorris Bernard of Shawnee, Kansas, Carol Holmes and Elaine Wickliffe of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Iris Walker (Philip) of Topeka, Kanssas, and additionally survived by a host of nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great nephews, great nieces, cousins and good friends.
Candace S. (Wiggins) Bos, 51, died August 13, 2001 in Austin, Texas. She was born May 27, 1950, in Independence, Mo., and graduated in 1972 from Drury College in Springfield, Mo., earned a master's degree from the University of Miami in 1974 and her doctorate at the University of Arizona in 1979. Bos taught at UA for more than 18 years and became a national leader in the field of educating children with learning disabilities. In 1999 she left the UA to teach at the University of Texas at Austin as a professor in the department of special education. She was past president of a division of the Council for Exceptional Children, and wrote more than 100 scholarly articles and books, as well as several programs for learning disabled children. Survivors: her husband, Robert Bos, and son, Jon; brother Duke D Wiggins, Hutchinson, KS.
Gordon L. Willems, 66, passed away Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016, at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center. He was born March 11, 1950, in Hutchinson, to Pete and Esther (Loepp) Willems. Gordon graduated from Hutchinson High School, Hutchinson Community College and the University of Kansas, with a degree in accounting. He worked at Pierce Faris, Kansas Oxygen, Dillon Employees Credit Union and El Cap Credit Union in Hutchinson; and the Credit Union of Dodge City, Dodge City Community College, the Silver Spur Lodge and Convention Center, and Schroeder’s Software in Dodge City. Gordon was a member of First Mennonite Church. On Nov. 24, 1973, he married Judy Petty in Hutchinson. She survives. Other survivors include: his mother; daughters, Angela Koehn (Craig) of Montezuma and Stefanie Willems of Hutchinson; grandson, Andrew Jonas Koehn of Monetzuma; brother, Ray Willems (Arlene) of Hutchinson; sister, Linda Barone of Hutchinson; and sister-in-law, Patricia Enlow (Al) of Coppell, Texas; along with many nephews and nieces. He was a proud member of the Hutchinson High Class of 1968 and enjoyed keeping in touch with classmates and helping them to stay connected with one another. He took great joy in serving others and lending a helping hand, and was devoted to his family. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, at First Mennonite Church, 52 Rambler Rd., Hutchinson.
William J. Wingert, 66, born Aug, 25, 1950, passed away Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, at Hutchinson Regional Hospital with his family by his side. He was a Dallas, Tx. resident. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Kenneth R. (died 1971) and Verna (Strayer) Wingert (died Feb. 20, 2009); sisters, Karen Drassen (died Nov. 26, 2013), and Janice Wingert (died Aug. 18, 2005); and his best friend, Heidi. He is survived by: sisters, Barbara Williams, Cindy Wingert, Teresa Cofer; friend, Cole Herrin. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to The Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation, PKD Foundation, PO Box 871847, Kansas City, MO 64187-1847.