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Gerald Lickly

May 15, 1950 - Nov 09, 2023

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Winfield, KS

Gerald Royce Lickly, 73, of Winfield, Kansas, passed away Thursday afternoon, November 9, 2023, at William Newton Hospital. Born May 15, 1950, in Wichita, Kansas, he was the son of Morris and Gwendolyn Lickly. Gerald was raised and received his education in the Wichita area, attending Campus High School in Haysville and graduating from East High School in Wichita. Following school he joined the United States Army. He proudly served his country, receiving an honorable discharge. Gerald was united...Read More

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Edna Neilson

Apr 14, 1928 - Feb 22, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Edna Neilson, 95, of Winfield, Kansas, passed away Thursday night, February 22, 2024, at Cumbernauld Village. Funeral services are pending under the direction of Miles Funeral Service. A more complete obituary will appear at a later date.

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James Everett Bing

Mar 04, 1936 - Feb 23, 2024

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Winfield, KS

James Everett Bing was born on March 4, 1936 in Latham, KS; the son of Raymond Hall and Velva Josephine (Lemon) Bing. He was a graduate from Latham High School. He spent many years tirelessly working as a farmer and rancher and day hand. On November 29, 1994, he was united in marriage to Syliva Jean Petty. James passed away on February 23, 2024 in Winfield, KS. He is survived by his children, James (Jamie) Bing of Wellington and Clarissa Bing of Latham; step children, Kyle Barnes, Carey (Tamra) Barnes and Cina (Mike) Shirley; grandchildren, Brant Barnes, Cara Lynville, Lane Shirley, Annie Ball, Casey Bing, Emily Bing, Winston Bing, Isaac Bing and Dalton Barnes; and 16 great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Sylvia; sisters, Joyce Biggers and Thelma Wood and brother, Roy Bing. Friends may gather with family at Carlson Funeral Home on Thursday, February 29 from 5-7 PM. Graveside services will be held on Friday, March 1 at Latham Cemetery at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts can be made to Latham Fire Department. Please sign his online guestbook at www.carlsonkirbymorris.com

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Beverly Joan Tauscher

Jul 16, 1936 - Feb 18, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Beverly Joan Tauscher, 87 of Arkansas City died Sunday, February 18, 2024 at William Newton Hospital in Winfield.A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:30 a.m., Friday, February 23, 2024 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Father Sam Brand will Celebrate. Interment will follow in the Hope Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Thursday, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.Beverly was born July 16, 1936 to Roy Stoskopf and Beulah Calhour Stoskopf in Beaver, Kansas. She graduated from Hoisington Hich in 1954 and attended nurse training in Salina for two years. On October 8, 1955 to Ermest J. Tauscher in Hoisington, KS. Beverly worked for Newman’s and Graves Grug for many years. She was also a seamstress, and caretaker for numerous friends, family and neighbors. Her talents included the best fried chicken, German chocolate cake and chocolate sheet cake. Beverly loved her peacocks, guineas and chickens. She was an avid collector of precious moments, China dolls, grandfather clocks, Beanie Babies. Beverly was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.She is survived by her husband, Ernest Tauscher of the home; grandchildren, Ashley Strohm and husband, Keith, Abbey Reynolds and husband, Josh, Courtney Hartzell and husband, Matt and Ryan Tauscher; nine great-grandchildren, Ella, Aniston, Emma, Paxton, Weston, Brody, Brynley, Carsyn and Easton.Beverly was preceded in death by her parents; children, Douglas E. Tauscher and Darci R. Tauscher; and siblings.A memorial has been established with the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Contributions may be made through the funeral home.

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Naomi Ruth Rudiger

Nov 09, 1941 - Feb 04, 2024

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Winfield, KS

"OHH, boy!! There are so many wonderful things to say about Naomi. Naomi Ruth Rudiger was born on November 9, 1941 in McPherson, Kansas, the daughter of Joseph and Susie (Jantz) Rudiger. Naomi was also known as Grandma to those who loved her. Naomi was one of a kind. She was ornery and funny. She had a beautiful smile and was happy and upbeat even when she didn\u0027t feel well. Naomi was very aware of who she cared about too. She was especially aware of the handsome men that worked with her. She would stare at them, call them boy and say, \u0026quot;OHH, boy!\u0026quot; Naomi was quite the flirt!! If she liked you, she would lean her forehead in towards you so that she could be kissed, then she\u0027d say, \u0026quot;OHH, boy!\u0026quot; Throughout the years she lived at home with her parents until 1966; then she moved to North View Manor in McPherson; then to the Reno County Adult Care Facility in Hutchinson until 1979. She later moved to the Focus Development Center until 1998; finally moving to ResCare Community Living in Winfield until her passing on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at the age of 82 years. Years ago, when Naomi was younger, she loved nothing more than a bubble bath, morning coffee and being read to during her morning coffee. Naomi knew and very much liked sticking with her daily routine, she would let you know if her routine was disrupted. Naomi loved having her nails painted. She loved being pampered and especially having lotion put on her body on a daily basis. Naomi spent her time people watching, coloring, looking through magazines, playing Connect Four and pushing the ball down the alley during bowling. Naomi especially enjoyed watching the Price is Right. She did not like to miss her show and she\u0027d let you know about that too. Naomi was very picky about what she wore. She enjoyed the \u0026quot;layered look\u0026quot; by wearing blue jeans over her polyester pants, camisoles under her pullover tops. She was quite the fashionista. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Joyce Chaika; and brothers, Elmer and Walter Rudiger. Naomi will be missed by many; she will remain in our hearts forever. A celebration of Naomi’s life will be held at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, February 15, 2024 at ResCare Community Living, 317 N Viking Blvd, Winfield, KS 67156. Private inurnment will take place later at Crestwood Memorial Park, New Gottland, KS. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cowley County Humane Society, 7648 222nd Rd, Winfield, KS 67156. Glidden-Ediger-Wiggins Funeral Home of McPherson are in charge of arrangements."

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Betty J. Harris

Apr 10, 1934 - Feb 13, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Betty J. Harris, 89, of Arkansas City passed away Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at Winfield Senior Living Community. A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at the Winfield First United Methodist Church, 1000 Millington Street, Winfield, KS 67156. Reverend Beth Wilke and Chaplain Julie Lashier will officiate. Burial will follow in the Rose Hill Cemetery, South Haven, KS. Friends may greet the family from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday evening, February 19, 2024, at the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home & Crematory.Betty was born April 10, 1934, to Arthur and Erna (Monroe) Barney in their rural home in South Haven, KS. The eldest of six, her five sisters: the late Patsy Ann Hall, Sonja Lee Fletcher, the late Judy Kay Noel, Cheryl Kay Dixon, and the late Barbara Jean DeClue all graduated from Sough Haven High School. Betty Jo was awarded a scholarship by the Sumner County Medical Group in 1952, and enrolled in the William Newton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Winfield, KS, graduating in 1955. She worked for William Newton Memorial Hospital from 1955 to 1965, and then worked for the Winfield State Hospital and Training Center for 30 years until her retirement in 1994.Betty was a 4-H leader, and a member of the William Newton Nursing Alumni, AGLAIN, Mother’s Study Club, South Haven Ladies Community Club, Walnut Valley Quilters Guild, Winfield Red Hats, the Come As You Are Sunday School Class, and a longtime faithful member of the Winfield First United Methodist Church. Betty volunteered for CASA and Meals on Wheels for several years. She was also a board member of the Cowley County Community College Golden Tigers.Betty enjoyed flower gardening, quilting, (having made 44 quilts after she retired), collecting recipes, swimming, traveling and taking cruises. As a nurse, Betty Jo took care of people all of her life, having been present for the delivery of many babies (now grandparents) and holding the hands of friends and family as they left this earth.Betty Jo and Ben Harris married in 1955 and were married 50 years prior to his death in 2006. She is survived by her children, Tresa Richardson (Michael) of St. Louis, MO; their children Ben )Clarissa) Richardson (grandchildren Hezelynn and Josephine) Rachel (Jeremy) Mapp (grandchildren Harris and Sullivan) Tamra Watson of Arkansas City and her children Nisha Meza (grandchildren Maliyah, Micah and Makenna) and Michael and Jennifer Segree (grandchildren Mikeal, Michael, Miley, Destinee Segree, Mark and Tailor Lolar) Dana Bovill of Ponca City and her children Timothy (Rachel) Bovill (grandchildren Conner, Camden and Calynn), Joshua Bovill and Alec (Jordan) Bovill (grandchildren Dylan and Ellie), Dedra (Ernest) Mitchell of Greenwood, LA, and their children Nathan (Crystal) (grandchildren Samantha, Cheyenne and Dakota) and Hannah (Joe) West (grandchild Elsie) Joseph and John E Harris of Ponca City, OK, and grandchild Monica Harris Laws, and two great-grandchildren.Betty Jo was preceded in death by her husband Ben E Harris, her parents, sisters Patsy Barny Hall, Judy Barney Noel, and Barbara Barney DeClue as well as Edward and Ruth Harris, J.D. and Wilda Crumley, Glen Harris, and Katherine Walker.A memorial has been established for Gentiva Hospice or the William Newton Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Fund. Contributions may be made through the funeral home. Arrangements are under the direction of the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home and Crematory. Online condolences may be made at www.rindt-erdman.com.

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Jesse Barron

Jun 25, 1944 - Feb 13, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Jesse Barron, 79, of Winfield, Kansas, passed away Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at the Kansas Veterans Home. Born June 25, 1944, in Winfield, he was the son of Cecelia Barron. He was raised and received his education in Winfield, attending Winfield High School. Following high school, Jesse enlisted in the United States Marine Corp. He proudly served his country for four years during Vietnam, receiving an honorable discharge in 1975. Jesse was united in marriage to Diane Kay Schalk on February 28, 1975. The couple made their first home in California and later moved to Winfield. Jesse worked various jobs, including janitorial work at a printing company and at different fast food chains. Diane preceded him in death on October 15, 2011. He enjoyed cooking and watching sports, especially the Kansas City Chiefs. He loved spending time with his family. His family includes his sons, Jesse Barron and wife, Leah of Olathe; Chris Barron and wife, Gisela of Olathe; his daughters, Dawn Kelley of Udall; Teresa Kempton of Wichita; Mistina Howe and husband, Tim of Winfield; his sister Gloria Morse and husband, Joe of Belen; his grandchildren, Jessica (Dean) Mayoral, Justin (Deanna) Barron, Josh Barron, Chelsea (Brandon) McNiel, Matthew Barron, Andrea (James) Segebartt, Tony Sanchez, Rachel (Aaron) Burks, Christina (Raymond) Baker, and Jeremiah (Charity) Carver; and nine great grandchildren. In addition to his mother and wife, Jesse was preceded in death by a brother Robert Barron. The family will hold A Celebration of Life with Military honors at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, February 24, 2024, at The Grove Church in Udall. A memorial has been established in Jesse’s name for The Grove Church in Udall. Contributions may be made through Miles Funeral Service.

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Steven Myers

Jan 13, 1953 - Feb 10, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Steven Myers, 71, of Cedar Vale, KS passed away Saturday, February 10, 2024, at William Newton Hospital in Winfield, KS. Private family services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cowley County Humane Society, donations may be left in the care of the Shelley Family Funeral Home. Steve was born on January 13, 1953 in Wichita, KS to parents Lee and Shirley (Cline) Myers. He graduated from South High School. He worked in the Wichita school system and his experiences led him to obtain his master's certification in HVAC, he could fix anything and everything. Steve was a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union #441. Steve loved to go out dancing and boy could he dance! He loved animals, enjoyed the outdoors, especially the mountains, going hunting, fishing, and camping. He was always on board for a road trip, one of his favorite destinations was Colorado. His favorite memories were made at the family cabin and family dinners, Steve was always there for his family. Steve leaves behind his sister, Kathy Myers, daughter Virginia “Gini” Myers, grandsons Michael Vars, Jason Vars, and Owen Vars, his great-grandson, Leighlyn Vars, was born three days before his passing. His niece Troya Stone and family, nephews Chris Myers and family, and T.J. Myers were a joy to him. Steve loved his family and will be missed greatly.

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Steven Myers

Jan 13, 1953 - Feb 10, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Steven Myers, 71, of Cedar Vale, KS passed away Saturday, February 10, 2024, at William Newton Hospital in Winfield, KS. Private family services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cowley County Humane Society, donations may be left in the care of the Shelley Family Funeral Home. Steve was born on January 13, 1953 in Wichita, KS to parents Lee and Shirley (Cline) Myers. He graduated from South High School. He worked in the Wichita school system and his experiences led him to obtain his master's certification in HVAC, he could fix anything and everything. Steve was a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union #441. Steve loved to go out dancing and boy could he dance! He loved animals, enjoyed the outdoors, especially the mountains, going hunting, fishing, and camping. He was always on board for a road trip, one of his favorite destinations was Colorado. His favorite memories were made at the family cabin and family dinners, Steve was always there for his family. Steve leaves behind his sister, Kathy Myers, daughter Virginia “Gini” Myers, grandsons Michael Vars, Jason Vars, and Owen Vars, his great-grandson, Leighlyn Vars, was born three days before his passing. His niece Troya Stone and family, nephews Chris Myers and family, and T.J. Myers were a joy to him. Steve loved his family and will be missed greatly.

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Jeremy Scott Widener

Dec 16, 1983 - Feb 01, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Jeremy Scott Widener, 40, of Winfield, Kansas, lost his battle and gained his wings on February 1, 2024. Born December 16, 1983, in Winfield, Kansas, he was the son of Coddy and Inza (Booe) Widener. He was a loving father, brother, husband, uncle, and grandpa. His favorite things to do included fishing, camping, and spending time with family. Jeremy was married to Emily Widener of Winfield. He lived in Wichita and Winfield. He was funny and could make you laugh when you were down. Jeremy loved making people happy and making the best out of any situations. Every year, the family would go to the lake or river and enjoy swimming, fishing, and camping. His children loved his enchiladas. Jeremy always made time for his children, playing football or basketball and playing video games, He is survived by his wife Emily of Winfield; his children, Zena Widener of Wichita; Xzandra Widener of Wichita; Albert and Gannon Widener of Winfield; his brothers, Tim, Everett, and Justin Widener, all of Winfield; his sister Angel Trainer of Wichita; his three grandchildren that he shared with Crystal Reppart; and his eight nieces and three nephews. Jeremy was preceded in death by his parents, a granddaughter, his baby brother Johnathan Widener, and Charles Dunbar. The family will hold private services at a later date. Services are under the direction of Miles Funeral Service. A memorial has been established in Jeremy’s name to help defray expenses. Contributions may be made through the funeral home.

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Theresia Louise James

Aug 28, 1931 - Feb 02, 2024

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Winfield, KS

Theresia Louise James, 92, of Arkansas City passed away Friday, February 2, 2024, at the William Newton Memorial Hospital in Winfield. Funeral services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home Chapel. Her son, Ron James will officiate. Burial will follow in the Highland Cemetery in Winfield. Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.Theresia was born August 28, 1931, to John B. and Kathryn A. (Pennartz) Geesing in Paris, Arkansas. She attended grade and middle school in Arkansas before moving to Riverside, CA. Theresia graduated from Riverside Lutheran High School in 1948.On September 3, 1949, she married Robert B. James in Riverside. The couple made their home in Riverside for several years before moving and settling in Arkansas City in 1969. Theresia worked as a bookkeeper for Bill Fildes Motors then Reedy Ford until her retirement. She enjoyed fishing and camping with her family, working in her yard and planting flowers. Most of all, she cherished spending time with her family.Survivors include her daughter Patti Hettenbach and husband Mike of Arkansas City; son Ron James and wife Dee of Ouray, CO; sister Mary Lewis of Rapid City, SD; grandchildren Michael C. Hettenbach, Jeffrey Hettenbach and wife Rikki, Dusty Hettenbach, Nikole Stanfield and husband Brad, Kia Chandler and husband Josh, Steven James and wife Amanda, Chuck James and wife Sarah, great-grandchildren Morgan Boxman and husband David, Dylan Hettenbach and Allison Pinion, Ashton Hettenbach and Dacia Carter, Adalynn Hettenbach, Tala Chandler, James Chandler, Kyle James, Alyssa James, London James, one great-great-grandchild on the way, her beloved dog Suzie, and numerous nieces and nephews.Theresia was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, sons Chuck James and Robert L. James, and a brother John R. Geesing.A memorial has been established for the Cowley County Humane Society. Contributions may be made through the funeral home. Arrangements are under the direction of the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home and Crematory. Online condolences may be made at www.rindt-erdman.com.

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