Linda Mae Gadberry-Pitts, 61, Lyons, KS died November 12, 2011 from pneumonia. She was born February 12, 1950, to Daniel V (died 1993) and Eva B. Stout Gadberry (died 2000). Survivors include: daughters, Loretta Hendrix, Hutchinson, and Crystal Zimzores, Houston; sisters, Paula Small, Lyons, and Darla Vanmeter, Hutchinson, and brother Larry Gadberry, Ft. Worth, TX. Preceeded by brothers: Roger Lee Gadberry,65, died Oct., 22, 2013 in Peabody, KS; Jimmie Leroy Gadberry, 65, died June 20, 2009 in Gove, Ok., and Randy Dean Gadberry, 35, died May 14, 1992 in Lyons, KS. Memorial services were held on November 15, 2011, at Westbrook Church, 2005 Hendricks St., Hutchinson, KS. 67502. Memorials for Linda may be sent to the Westbrook Church, in care of Linda Pitts. Find A Grave Memorial 82415011
Gary L Gideon 49, of Hutchinson, died Feb. 20, 1999, at Hillsboro Community Medical after suffering a heart attack. He was bom Jan 25, 1950, the son of Max Eugene (died 1967) and Mary Etta (Riser) Gideon. He was a shipping clerk for Collins Bus for 11 years. His father preceded him in death. Burial in Fairlawn Burial. Memorials may be sent to the American Heart Association. Find A Grave Memorial 113605248
Frank S. Gilliland, 17, of RFD 4, died in a car accident early Saturday morning, February 10, 1968, near Hutchinson, along with his classmate and friend Marc Stoesz. The vehicle they were in overturned on a county road three miles northwest of Hutchinson. Born: Feb. 11, 1950, Hutchinson. He was a senior at Hutchinson High School. Member: First Presbyterian Church; Perrill Club. Survivors: Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilliland, of the home; sister, Louise, of the home; maternal grandfather, Frank E. Shears; paternal grandfather, J. F. Gilliland. Funeral: Johnson and Sons Chapel; Burial: Memorial Park. Find a grave Memorial ID 37318724.
Juan Gonzales, 69, of Hutchinson, passed from this life on November 14, 2018. He was born July 1, 1949, in Hutchinson, the 7th child of Juan Florez and Guadalupe (Martinez) Gonzales. Juan was a member of Hutchinson High School class of 1968 and earned an associate’s degree from HCC. He served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam era. Juan was an accomplished bass player, playing in bands from the age of 14. Preparing food for people was his way of showing his love of food and people and he was the owner of Juan’s Restaurant in northern California and the Crazy Horse Dining Hall in Arlington. Juan showed his skill at building and mentoring as the Special Projects Developer and Transitional Jobs Coordinator for people coming through New Beginnings and rebuilding their lives. He was instrumental in developing community resources for the initial start of NOEL Lodge. Juan married Shara Phillips on December 31, 1986, and they enjoyed their life together for 33 years and brought together a family of eight children. Survivors: wife of the home, and eight children; six great-grandchildren; siblings, Gilberto Gonzales (Rosa), Fernando Gonzales (Vanessa), Rachel Gonzales, Angie Harms; sister-in-law, Sally Berger (Rick); and brother-in-law, Tom Phillips. His love and wisdom will be greatly missed. Funeral service was held November 19, 2018, at Elliott Chapel. Find A Grave Memorial 194502471
Dennis Blaine Green, 20, Seaman Apprentice, U.S. Navy, was killed In Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam, from hostile expolosive device Jan. 19, 1969, after only 34 days in the country. He was born Jan. 13, 1949 at Garden City, KS, son of Guy William (died 2002) and Doris J Green (died 2002). He moved to Hutchinson with his family in 1955. He attended Hutchinson public schools. He enlisted in the Navy in May of 1968. He was a member of the First Nazarene Church. He is survived by parents: Guy W (died 2002) and Doris J Green (died 2002), 701 East A; two sisters, Mrs. Janet Regehr, 300 West 24th; and Cheryl of the home; brothers Donald, 1004 East 12th, David of the home; grandmother, Mrs. Grace Kinikin, Iola. Funeral in Hutchinson and burial at Fairlawn Burial Park, Hutchinson, KS. Find A Grave Memorial 88703457. His name is on the Vietnam Wall of Honor and located on Panel 34W - Row 037.