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Roger Young

May 06, 1939 - Nov 17, 2023

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Salina, KS

Roger Alden Young, 84, of Salina, Kansas, passed away Wednesday, November 15th, 2023. Roger was born in Boston, Massachusetts on May 6, 1939, a son of Rosetta (Logue) and Roger Alden Young. He served in the United States Navy as an Aircraft Mechanic Crew Chief for 4 years and retired from the United States Army as a Chief Warrant Officer 4 after 26 years of joint service, including 2 combat tours in Vietnam as a Helicopter Pilot, flying Hueys and Cobras. Some of the awards Roger earned include t...Read More

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Mary Alice Cole

Dec 16, 1927 - Feb 29, 2024

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Salina, KS

Mary Alice Cole, age 96, passed away February 29th, 2024. Private graveside service at Gypsum Hill Cemetery, Salina KS. Preceded in death by her parents Dwight and Anna Nelson, her former husband James Cole and their 2 sons, Jon and Steven Cole, siblings Shirley Nelson, Pat Vogt, Hilman Nelson, Dean Nelson and grandson Justin Cole. Survived by her daughter, Georgann Cole, grandchildren, Eric Stump (Terri-lee), Jennifer McCullough, Frances (widow of Justin Cole), Stephen, James and Mike Cole. Nine great-grandchildren: Taylor Stump, Caiden McCullough, Camdyn McCullough, Brayden Cole, Dominic Cole, Evan Cole, Tessa Cole, Kayden Cole, Dakota Cole and one great great grandchild, Alister Trowbridge. Mary Alice was intelligent, witty, and outgoing. She had many hobbies and interests, including furniture restoration, home decorating, gardening, drawing, painting, yarn crafts and was especially proud of her Swedish toothbrush rugs. She could take any ordinary item and create art. She was the published author of the book "Eggs Before Breakfast". Her family will enjoy the 40 years of "PIGS" books which include photos cut from magazines, articles of interest, personal documents, cards, and her observations. She loved animals and adopted many rescues. Mary Alice always had a cat on her lap and a dog at her feet, or 2 or 3. She will be greatly missed by her family, but we are so thankful she is at peace and can again do all the things she loved. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Esther, Peter, and the other staff of Amani Home Plus for their loving care of Mary Alice during her struggle with dementia. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Autistic Children of America, 228 W Lincoln Hwy, Suite 301, Schereville, IN 46375 or charity of choice.

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Maxine L. Lindsay

May 24, 1929 - Feb 27, 2024

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Salina, KS

, 94, of Salina, passed away Tuesday, February 27, 2024. She was born May 24, 1929, to Fred and Rose (Power) Tomanek, in Collyer. Maxine graduated from high school, business college in Denver, CO and attended Fort Hays State University. She was employed as a secretary in the Vice President Office at Fort Hays State University. On August 2, 1947, she was united in marriage to F.C. Rupp Jr. at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. On October 1, 1966, she was united in marriage to Duane B. Lindsay in Hays, Kansas. Before Duane’s death, they celebrated 55 years together. While living in Hays, she was a past President for Business and Professional Women’s Organization; President for the 9076 VFW Auxiliary; and a life member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Maxine is survived by a son, Charles (Mary Lou) Rupp, of Salina; four granddaughters; nine great-grandchildren; two great-great grandsons; one nephew and four nieces. Preceding her in death are her parents; husbands, F.C. Rupp and Duane B. Lindsay; daughter, Charlotte Rupp Harvey; infant grandson, Darren Montgomery; brother Laverne Tomanek; sister-in-law, Darlene Tomanek; nephews, Danny and Rodney Tomanek. Maxine was a person who loved God and her Faith, she always sacrificed for the benefit of others. She was quick to laugh and treasured life’s simple pleasures in her later life. Memorial service will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 15, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton with Fr. Keith Weber as celebrant, rosary will begin at 1:30 p.m. Maxine selected cremation and a private inurnment will be held at the Veteran’s Cemetery in WaKeeney, Kansas. In lieu of flowers, memorial masses may be made to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, in care of Ryan Mortuary, 137 North Eighth Street, Salina, Kansas 67401. To to the family or in memory of Maxine L. (Tomanek) Lindsay, please

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Jerry Monroe Dix, Jr

Jul 23, 1964 - Feb 22, 2024

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Salina, KS

Jerry Monroe Dix, Jr, 59, passed away Thursday, February 22nd, 2024.Jerry was born in St. Louis, Missouri on July 23, 1964, a son of Linda Masterson Dix Cortouis, of Jonesboro, Arkansas and the late Jerry Dix, Sr.Jerry was a true southern guy! He loved his Razorbacks, bologna and treet sandwiches, grilling, and, when he could, riding his motorcycle! Jerry was quick to be there for others, whether sharing a beer with a friend or supporting them when they were down on their luck.Survivors include his children, Deven Rowland (Raymond), of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Jeriann Price (Donshay), of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Jerry Dix, III, of Abilene, Kansas, Olivia Dix, of Salina, Kansas, Quincy Dix, of Salina, Kansas, and Oscar Dix, of Salina, Kansas; grandchildren, Alexis, Brandon, Caitlyn, Eddie, Khristian, Jayce; and Jerry's best friend and former wife, Rachel Livingston (John), of Salina, Kansas.Jerry is also survived by a sister, Terry Dix, of Nixa, Missouri; two brothers, Patrick Cortouis (Laura), of Jonesboro, Arkansas, and Matthew Cortouis (Misty), of Strafford, Missouri.He is preceded in death by his father, Jerry Dix, Sr.A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, March 30th at Lamone's Event Center, 701 Bishop St., Salina, Kansas.

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Maurice Lee Hall

Nov 17, 1940 - Feb 02, 2024

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Salina, KS

Maurice Lee Hall, 83, died Feb 2, 2024 at Legacy in Salina. He was born Nov 17, 1940 in Larned to Earl and Louise (King) Hall. A lifetime resident, he was the director of EMS before retiring in 2002. He served in the United States Navy. On June 25, 1962 he married Judy Hoeck; she survives Other survivors include: two sons, Maurice (Brenda) Hall, Garfield, Michael (Stephanie) Hall, Salina; sister Jolene Bryant, Dodge City; two granddaughters, Michaela (Randy) Picking, Salina, Kelsie (Ariel) Hall, Salina; four great- grandchildren, Elias Williams, Abby Picking, Rylan Picking, Raelynn Picking; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter Michelle Marie; brother, Roland Hall; and three sisters, Mary Lange, Pat Haremza, and Sharon Baxter. Memorial service will be 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at Beckwith Mortuary Chapel, Larned with Pastor Damon Bradley presiding. Visitation will be 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday, February 12, 2024 at Beckwith Mortuary. Inurnment in Larned Cemetery with military graveside rites. Memorials may be given to Pawnee County EMS or Global Care Force, both in care of Beckwith Mortuary, PO Box 477, Larned, Kansas 67550. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Paul Virgason

Oct 02, 1961 - Feb 26, 2024

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Salina, KS

Paul Virgason, a beloved resident of Salina, KS, passed away on February 26, 2024, at the age of 62. He was born on October 2, 1961, in Wichita, KS. Paul's journey through life was marked by his unwavering dedication to his family and friends. He leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, and countless cherished memories. He was a loving father to his son TJ Virgason and daughter-in-law Amanda Virgason, as well as an "adopted" father to Bryan and Haylee Bowden and many other "adopted" children. His granddaughters, Kyra McGilvray and Morgan Virgason, were his pride and joy, bringing him immense happiness and fulfillment. Paul was educated by the Salina school system, and he graduated as an edumacated man at Salina High School South and took the auto mechanics course at Salina Vo-tech. In his professional life, Paul held many titles, and he enriched each workplace with his dedication and unrelenting sense of humor. He dedicated 28 years to Exline, followed by his "time served" at Tony's Pizza Events Center (Bicentennial Center) and Central Kansas Salvage. He never forgot his musical roots and worked as a drummer for hire for several years, mostly hired by his son and friends on their various musical endeavors. The last few years of his life he spent studying the medical profession as a professional training dummy/medical marvel, flirting with nurses and doctors and being a part of the Nielson TV Family. Paul was a frequent flyer of the Worship Service Only Club at CrossRoads Church. He attended almost every service for the last 4 years to show his continued support for his son. Paul was the best on-call mechanic everyone knew; his advice was always, "Hold your tongue just right, cuss it a few times and things tend to go how you need." The “Dog House" was always open as a safe haven for all who needed comfort and care. Paul's diverse interests included a passion for animals, music, anything with a motor and his sobriety. Paul joined his son on the path of sobriety and was alcohol free for 2 years and 8 months. He was a die-hard KISS collector and a familiar face at many local shows. He spent a lot of free time sitting behind his beloved double-cannon Pearl drum kit rocking along with his massive Headbanger's Ball VHS collection or behind the wheel of his truck, affectionately known as MYNE. Paul spent many summers with friends traveling in "The Rolling Dog House." He spent time teaching his son how to ride dirt bikes and quads in Waynoka, OK (Little Sahara Desert); weeklong camping trips with his buddies and loved to attend Country Stampede for the electric musical performances and colorful community. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Helen Sue Quinn; one grandchild; his biological brother, Wayne Barkus; his close friend, Robert McGilvray; and his fur babies, Shadow, Pasa, and Smokey; as well as his grand-dogs, Duchess, Tink, Buddy; and grand­cat Spazzy. Paul is survived by his father, Lynn Virgason and mother, Helen Virgason; biological mother, Sue Webber; son, T. J. Virgason and daughter-in-law, Amanda Virgason; 2 granddaughters, Kyra McGilvray (Jennifer McGilvray-mother) and Morgan Virgason; siblings, Stephanie Virgason Chappelle, Donna Rozell, Greg Barkus; his dog, Dixie and his ferret, Ratt (Rosco), lovingly cared for by a family friend. He is also survived by several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and countless other friends, "family" and souls touched by his genuine, caring, and selfless nature. A celebration of Paul's life will be held at CrossRoads Church in Salina, KS, on Saturday, March 16, 2024, at 3:30 PM. Please wear your favorite band shirt in Paul’s honor. The family expresses deep gratitude to all who have supported them during this difficult time, including the healthcare professionals, emergency responders, and community members who showed kindness and compassion. In honoring Paul's memory, let us remember his kindness, his humor, and his unwavering love for all those around him. He will be deeply missed but forever cherished in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. Paul's legacy of love and compassion will continue to inspire all who had the privilege of knowing him. Memorials may be made to the family, care of Ryan Mortuary. To to the family or in memory of Paul Virgason, please

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Robert Lee Falk

Jul 12, 1948 - Feb 15, 2024

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Salina, KS

On July 12, 1948, William Falk and Louise (Dies) Falk welcomed their son Robert Lee Falk, in Herington, Kansas. He was raised in Herington along with his eight siblings.Robert worked hard his life with only having an eighth-grade education. He worked at Eldorado National and Beech Craft in manufacturing. During his lifetime, he enjoyed going to the racetrack, drag racing, and demo derbies. In his spare time, he liked to fish and work on cars. If anyone needed something he was more than willing to help anyone out.He is survived by his wife Neesa Falk, Newton, Kansas; his daughters Lisa Wilvers, Salina, Kansas; Bobbie Jo Moran, Wichita, Kansas; and Angie Shurnik, Salina, Kansas, and his son, Robert Falk Jr, Salina, Kansas. He has grandchildren, Matthew, Brett, Billy, Dru, Leslie, Juliette, Zac, and Brhyanna and six great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Barbara Hanson, Abilene, Kansas, his brothers, Herman and Norman Falk, Herington, Kansas.Robert passed away on February 15, 2024, at Salina Regional Hospital in Salina, Kansas. He is preceded in death by his parents, his sisters, Hazel, Deloris, Kathyrn, and Bonnie. At this time the family will plan a service on a later date through Yazel-Megli Funeral Home. Memorial contributions in Robert’s name may be directed to Herington Core Community Group. Please sign his online guestbook and leave a memory of Robert at www.yazelmeglifh.com.

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Tamyla Gail Sawyers

Aug 25, 1957 - Feb 15, 2024

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Salina, KS

Tamyla Gail Sawyers, 66, of McPherson, KS, peacefully passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at Smoky Hill Health & Rehabilitation in Salina, KS. Tamyla was born on August 25, 1957, the daughter of Kenneth A. and Bonnie L. (Graham) VanAmburg. She had worked at Ferguson Production, McPherson Senior Center, and at Taylor Mart. Survivors include: her children, Misty Einfeldt (Jeff Hartzell) of McPherson, KS and Alan Record of McPherson, KS; siblings, Becky Henry (Rick) of McPherson, KS, Darcy Wann (Tom) of McPherson, KS, Randy VanAmburg (Julie) of McPherson, KS, Jana Bitel of McPherson, KS, Cindy Vincent (Keith) of Arizona, and Sherry VanAmburg (Lorin) of California; six grandchildren, Jasmine Reed (Terry), Skyler Einfeldt, Blade Einfeldt, Savannah Record, Dakota Record, and Cody Chrislip; five great-grandchildren; and many extended family members. She was preceded in death by her parents, Kenneth VanAmburg and Calvin & Bonnie Willems, and sisters, Kimberly Williams and Kim Willems. A celebration of her life (come & g0) will be held from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM, Sunday, February 18, 2024, at the First Presbyterian Church in McPherson. Memorial donations may be payable to Stockham Family Funeral Home, 205 North Chestnut, McPherson, KS 67460.

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Vivian Jegen

Mar 30, 1929 - Feb 26, 2024

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Salina, KS

Vivian Jegen, 94 of Salina, formerly of Manchester passed away Monday, February 26, 2024. She was born March 30, 1929 in Manchester, the daughter of William and Ester (Chase) Gish. She graduated from Chapman High School in 1947. On March 12, 1950 she was united in marriage to John Jegen in Manchester. He preceded her in death January 13, 2005. Vivian grew up in Manchester and she spent all of her married life there until moving to Salina in 2005. She is survived by a son, Jonathan Jegen of Salina and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband. Graveside Services for Vivian will be 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at Keystone Cemetery in Manchester. Online condolences may be sent to www.martinbeckercarlson.com

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Lindsay Delain Lyon

Nov 22, 1996 - Feb 23, 2024

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Salina, KS

Lindsay Delain Lyon was born on November 22, 1996 in Smith Center, Kansas, the daughter of Clay and Lena St. John Lyon. She died February 23, 2024 at her home in Salina, Kansas at the age of 27. She attended grade school and high school in Manhattan, Kansas, and graduated a year early. She also worked many years at the Holiday Inn Express in Salina. Lindsay loved animals, reading, and spending her free time with family and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Clay; her grandfather, Richard St. John; grandpa and grandma Lyon; and her great-grandma Sporleder. Lindsay is survived by her mother, Lena Connell and husband Patrick of Pueblo West, Colorado; grandmother, Barbara St. John of Beloit; siblings, Bradly Esterl and wife Amayi of Wichita, Venessa Esterl of Junction City, Pamela Lyon and fiancé Josh Smith of Phillipsburg, KS, Matthew Lyon and wife Mallory all of Eagle River, Alaska, Jade Greenwood of Huntley, Nebraska, Joel Lyon and fiancé Amanda Schrole of Phillipsburg, KS; two step-brothers, Sean and Leo Connell of Pueblo West, Colorado; 11 nephews; 6 nieces; 1 great-nephew; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Memorial services will be at 10 AM Friday, March 1 at the Roberts Family Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the Family Expense Fund. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Thomas "Tom" D. Dunn Jr.

May 23, 1939 - Feb 19, 2024

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Salina, KS

, 84, of Salina, passed away on February 19, 2024. Tom was preceded in death by his father and mother, Thomas D. Dunn Sr., Mary Lucille Dunn, and infant sister, Mary Ellen. Tom was born on May 23, 1939, in Manhattan, Kansas. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Lou Ann, of the home, children: Shanna Marie Dunn-Vigare, (Samuel Tyler Vigare), Topeka, Thomas Arthur Dunn, Colorado Springs, Colorado, grandchildren: Lucy Olivia Vigare, Topeka, Isaac Thomas Dunn and Eliana Rose Dunn, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and brother-in-law: Paul D. McKinnon, Salina. Growing up in Manhattan, Tom enjoyed pursuing outdoor and sporting activities. He belonged to a highly active Boy Scout Troop which he credited with helping to shape his future. As a youth, he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. In later life, while in Salina, he served as President for the Coronado Area Boy Scouts and was awarded the Silver Beaver award for his outstanding service to scouting. Tom graduated from Manhattan High school in 1957. He was the first person at Manhattan High to letter in four sports. It was at Manhattan High, where he met Lou Ann. Following graduation from Manhattan High, he enrolled at Kansas State University, where he pursued dual degrees in Geology and Business Administration. At K-State, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta social fraternity and Sigma Gamma Epsilon honorary geology fraternity. Tom was the starting third baseman for the K-State baseball team for three years. He was selected for the NCAA 5th District All-Star Team his senior year. In 1961, he signed a baseball contract with the Washington Senators and played that summer for their team in the Appalachian League. In the fall of 1962, Tom returned to K-State for the fifth year needed to complete his dual degree. He received an ROTC commission as a second lieutenant in February 1963. He coached the K-State freshman baseball team that spring. His devotion to K-State continued throughout his life. He was one of the founders of Colbert Hills Golf Course. Tom delayed his active military service to accept a unique position with Chevron Oil Company. He went to work for Chevron in their geophysical department. He served on seismic and telluric current crews in West Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, and attended Chevron's seismic computer school in New Orleans. In May 1963, Tom reported to Fort Sill, Oklahoma for Artillery Officer Basic Training. At that time, he learned his next assignment would be to Korea, which was considered by the service to be a hardship tour. He and Lou Ann were married at K-State's Danforth Chapel on August 8, 1963. Shortly after, Tom left for Korea where he became an artillery forward observer stationed on the DMZ. While in Korea, Tom was a player coach of a division baseball team and played on an Eighth Army All-Star baseball team. The Army All-Star team played in the Eight Republics of Korea Goodwill Baseball Matches in Seoul. Tom said it was the best baseball he had ever played, and he earned a brass trophy from the Goodwill Matches. After his tour in Korea, the Army assigned Tom to the First Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. He expected Fort Riley to be his last assignment in the military, so he and Lou Ann built a car wash in Manhattan as a business venture. A few months later the Vietnam War intensified, and Tom was selected to attend Jungle Warfare School in Hawaii for four weeks of specialized training. In October of 1965, Tom and his unit boarded a troop train at Fort Riley and rode it to Oakland, California. From there, they boarded the USS Blatchford and sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge in route to Vietnam with a short stop in Naha, Okinawa. In Vietnam, Tom soon received the rank of Captain. For six months he was the artillery liaison officer for the first of the Twenty-eighth "Black Lions" Infantry Battalion. He then became a liaison officer for Division Artillery on special assignments. In May 1966, he was awarded an extra R&R in Bangkok for his special assignment performance. Tom's first R&R was to join Lou Ann in Hong Kong over Christmas 1965. After Vietnam, Tom was assigned to Airborne School at Fort Benning (now Fort Moore), Georgia. He was selected as the Distinguished Officer Graduate of the class and received an engraved trophy of a paratrooper at the school's graduation ceremony. His next assignment was to Fort Sill to attend the Artillery Career Course. While there, Tom and several other officers were recognized at an awards ceremony. Tom received an Army Commendation Award, the Air Medal with oak leaf cluster and the bronze star. At Fort Sill, Tom began to invest in the stock market at the A.G. Edwards and Sons branch in Lawton, Oklahoma. Eventually, he received a job offer from the branch manager, who was a retired Colonel. The Army reassigned Tom to Fort Riley to become an Honest John Rocket Battery Commander. He then became the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander of the 24th Infantry division which was now located at Fort Riley. In his free time, and with help from his Manhattan background, Tom was able to build a service station in the Aggieville area of Manhattan. In December 1969, the Army announced that company grade officers who had completed their service obligation would be free to leave the service. Tom was on the promotion list for Major, so he needed to act quickly. A.G. Edwards had an opening in Salina, Kansas, and because Tom had just built a service station nearby in Manhattan, he accepts the position in Salina over the Lawton opening. In January 1970, he became a broker with A. G. Edwards in Salina. The oil embargo of 1973 changed the dynamics of the gasoline business as well as the economy. It had a significant negative effect on interest rates and inflation for several years. In 1973, Tom built his first Shop Quik convenience store in the Aggieville area of Manhattan, and he left A. G. Edwards in October 1973, to pursue the expansion of Tom Dunn Oil Co., a Vickers Petroleum distributorship which he owned. He purchased more service stations, convenience stores, and rural bulk plants and switched from Vickers to become the largest American Petrofina distributor in Kansas. At that time, he was developing other commercial real estate to lease including three fast food restaurants and La Hacienda Restaurant in Salina. He continued to invest in the stock market, bond market, and land purchases. In the 1980s, he sold his gasoline and diesel fuel business to free more time to make other types of investments and to better manage his current ones. Following a period of investing with various partners with mixed results, he elected to focus on his personal interests, which also created time to pursue his avocations. He went to flight school and became a pilot during this period. For 16 years, Tom served on the advisory board of Bunting Magnetics Manufacturing, an international manufacturing corporation headquartered in Newton, Kansas with plants in England. In 2005, at the urging of friends and because of his geological background, he became a managing partner of Kansas-Oklahoma Oil and Gas Co.(K-OK), an oil and gas exploration and production partnership. The company enjoyed success and has had several producing oil wells in Cowley County, Kansas. Tom served as President of his homeowner's association. He has been active in the First Presbyterian Church of Salina, where he was an elder, a trustee, a deacon and was the founding manager of their foundation. He also was the founding president for the Kansas Technical School's (now Kansas State University of Salina's) Foundation, and a founding member of the Salina's Art Center Foundation. He has served on the City of Salina's Parks and Recreation board, Salina YMCA board, St. John's Military School board, Salina's Habitat for Humanity board, St. John's Hospital board, and Salina Country Club board. Tom is a past member of the Kansas State University's School of Business advisory board, American Petrofina's jobber council in Dallas, Salina's National Bank of America board, and a past member of Rotary, Grainman's, Salina's Grid Iron Club, and member and past president of Kansas State University's Central Kansas President's Club. He was a founding member of Salina Baseball, Inc., and supported Salina's American Legion baseball teams for 22 years. He and Lou Ann were founding members of the Artist in Residence Series, and he was an active member of the First Infantry Division Society. In 2002, Tom was asked to join the Salina Symphony Board as president in a time of reorganization and transition. Following his two years as president, and as a sign of appreciation, the symphony board made him a lifetime honorary board member. Tom was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He was passionate about the outdoors. He enjoyed sharing his knowledge while teaching others how to appreciate wildlife. He was dedicated to his work. There will be a funeral service at 11 AM, Thursday, March 7, 2024, at First Presbyterian Church, 308 S. 8th St, Salina, KS. Following the service there will be a reception for family and friends at Salina Country Club, 2101 E. Country Club Rd. Memorials may be made to the Salina Symphony, First Presbyterian Church, Salina, and Salina Animal Services in care of Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth Street, Salina, Kansas 67401. To to the family or in memory of Thomas "Tom" D. Dunn Jr., please

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