Lakeview Memorial Gardens Cemetery
Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas


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Name Birth Date Death Date Other Information
Bagshaw, Raymond Andrew, Sr.
4-19-1918 11-26-2003  
Barber, Dale
5-9-1919 11-3-2003  
Bennett, Patricia Beverly 9-9-1926  6-14-2005  b. KS, d. Wichita, D/O William & Hilka Price
Brenner, Lawrence E.
10-17-1920 10-21-2003  
Campbell, Leslie Wayne
12-23-1923 1-6-2004  
Cave, William B.
12-5-1925 1-7-2004 B. Oswego KS Labette County, D. Wichita KS, Parents-Abner Horace & Beulah Faye (Harris) Cave
Clark, Dorothy M. 5-16-1934 4-9-2005 b. Colorado springs Co El Paso co, d. Topeka Shawnee co, Passed away  Midland Hospice House.  D/O Dave and Olive Marie Daniels. She grew up in Woodlawn Park CO. and graduated from the schools there. She moved to Topeka, KS in 1960. Debbie owned and operated several restaurants in Wichita and Topeka over the years including the Airport Restaurant in Oakland During the 70's, Dovells and Chicken Coup. For the last 23 years she has run the Dorothy Clark Home where she provided in home health care until her retirement in December of 2004. Debbie enjoyed gardening and landscaping and loved her poodles, family, friends and playing bingo. She was married to Franklin Eugene Clark October 1, 1955 in Raton, New Mexico. He preceded her in death in 1987. She was also preceded in death by her parents and brothers Kenneth Daniels, David Daniels, and Harry Daniels. 
Dennison, Betty Mae  (Norvell) 9-2-1917 1-8-2004 B. Dodge City KS  Ford County, D. Wichita KS, Parents-James & Ethyl Woodman Parents-James & Ethyl (Woodman) Norvell
Erne, Lois Irene
7-24-1923 9-2-2004 b. Caney KS Montgomery co, d. Wichita KS , D/O Lloyd & Alta (Slater) John
Gilbert, Irene D. (Mast)
8-24-1924 1-12-2005 b. Pawnee county ks, d. Bentonville AR Benton co, D/O Ira & Elma (Dryden) Mast.  She graduated from Larned High School in 1942 and Wesley School of Nursing in 1946. Irene was preceded in death by sisters, Margaret M. Barr of Larned, KS and Mary L. Conard of Arlington, KS
Glasscock, Rose L.
8-5-1912 3-7-2005 b. Wichita, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, W/O Walter Glassock (dec'd); son Jerrold (dec'd.) Married in 1933.
Grimsley, Betty M (Shea) 12-16-1925 8-10-2005 b. Laclede MO, d.  wichita, D/O Walter and Lena Mossbarger of Laclede, MO. Betty was the middle daughter of the Mossbarger family  Preceded her in death were her parents; younger sister, Irene Evans and husbands, James Shea and Loren Grimsley. Mrs. Grimsley was a retired tax specialist with the IRS, as well as a loving wife, mother and grandmother. An active member of First United Methodist Church of Wichita, she participated in the SAM's group. Dancing was her passion and her family fondly recalls her nickname of "Twinkle Toes." Proficient in square and round dance, she was elected to the Board of Directors as First Vice President of the Kansas Round Dance Association. Betty also danced with Tracearounds Round Dance Club, and Cessquares Square and Round Dance Clubs.
Hart, Velma (Haddock)
9-18-1924  11-13-2004 b. Exeter MO  Barry co, d. Wichita, D/O Charles & Florence Haddock
W/O Harold Oswald, passed 7-1970 Married Burton Hart on 6-6-1971
Hauptf, Edwin J. 12-6-1913 2-21-2004  
Hogue, John W. 4-19-1910 2-24-2004 B. Vincennes IN  Knox Co, D. Wichita, WW11 US Army, Parents-Ulysses Grant & Rebecca Scott Hogue
Howard, Betty Jo 2-4-1929 8-28-2005  d. Andover ks Butler co
Jones, Jerald R. 2-7-1918 8-9-2005 b. Hale Mo Carroll co, d. wichita, Retired custom home builder and developer. He is preceded in death by his wife of 48 years, Iris M. Jones, and parents, Buell V. and Daisy Jones. Born February 7, 1918, in Hale, MO, Mr. Jones moved with his family to Chicago, then later to Wichita in 1927. He attended North High School and East High School, where he met Iris Wilson whom he married on May 28, 1942. He also attended Wichita Business College. A captain in the Army, Mr. Jones served during WW II at Fort McClellan in Anniston, AL, where he suffered a debilitating knee injury in an accident and was later discharged. In 1954, Mr. Jones began building custom homes in east Wichita, notably, Brookhaven Estates, English Village and Woodlawn Village, and he soon became known as a leading builder in the area. He built the first garden apartments in Wichita, now known as Twin Lakes Apartments, with the Ritchie brothers. During the late 1960's, Mr. Jones began planning and developing the residential area of Crestview Country Club and later built the Villas at Crestview. In the late 1970's, Mr. Jones retired from the building business and in the 1980's, started Physio Tronics, a medical electronics company. His wife, Iris, died January 1, 1990. In December, 1991, Mr. Jones married Joann Williams, who survives him. Mr. Jones served two terms as president of the Wichita Homebuilder's Association and was also a member of Rotary and a charter member of East Heights Methodist Church. He was an avid gardener, cook, hunter and also enjoyed riding and showing horses, particularly, Missouri Fox Trotters.
Journagan, Audra A. Miller
4-17-1933 1-11-2004 B. Wellsville KS Franklin County, D. Wichita, Parents- Harry E. & Maxine E. Balch Miller
Keil, Brad L. 4-20-1961 7-5-2005 b. Russell ks Russell co, d. wichita, Graduated from Univ of KS School of Law
Kirk, Lewis 6-1-1922 6-19-2005 d. Wichita
Kling, Shirley L. (Downs)
7-15-1947 9-27-2004 b. &d. Wichita, D/O Alfred and Ruth (Daffron) Downs.
Koleczek, Adam John
5-22-1918 3-25-2004 b. Cleveland OH Cuyahoga Co., d. Wichita, Parents-Piotr & Mary Foltarz Koleczek, Retired USAF MSGT & RESERVE CAPTAIN
Land, Peggy F. 11-26-1926 11-23-2005  b. Wichita Falls TX Wichita co, d. wichita ks sedgwick co, D/O Floyd & Irene Underwood. Preceded by parents, one brother, Jerry & son David. Hobbies: reading ,needle arts, baking & gardening.
Ledbetter, "Tom" Doyle 11-11-1945 5-20-2005 b. Peru Ks Chautauqua Co, d. El Dorado Ks Butler co, S/O Virgil & Bessie Bedbetter. US Marine Viet Nam. Preceded in death by his parents, infant son & 2 brothers. --- Obituary
LeFors, Mildred D. 4-23-1927 4-9-2005 b.  Tulsa Ok Tulsa co, d.  Wichita, The youngest child of Cecil May and Walter J. Combs. She is preceded in death by her parents, brother, Jay Combs and husband, Roy C. LeFors. Milly graduated from Memorial High School in Tulsa and attended The University of Tulsa until meeting Roy and getting married June 20, 1947, when she moved to Wichita. Milly was an artistic, organized and loving caretaker of her family. She enjoyed her independence and living the "country life" through her pastimes of yard work and flower gardening. She was a supportive parent and became involved in the many activities of her children.
Moore, Doris Thelma 12-16-1918 8-5-2004 b. Newton KS Harvey co, d. Colorado, Parents: Jesse Granklin & Effie Eldora (Rosebaugh) Morgan, Wed James Albert Moore on 3-17-1936
Osborn, Karen Lynn Dewing
4-27-1943 1-23-2004  
Osterman, William Clyde
10-7-1918 12-18-2003  
Owens, Frances
8-3-1917 2-12-2005 b. Loretta Ks rush co, d  Wichita, W/O the late Raymond Owens; brothers, Raymond Urban, Alvin Urban& Hubert Urban: granddaughter, Katie Wallace
Redmon, Rosella C. 9-7-1922 11-5-2005 b. Bartlesville OK Washington co, d. wichita
Richardson, Opal
6-17-1913 10-10-2004 d. Wichita
Schmidt, Earl F. 8-19-1925 3-10-2004 b. Shady Bend KS, d. Wichita, Parents- George & Viola Cline Schmidt, US Army Vet
Schneider, Arthur V. 3-17-1904 7-8-2004 b. Alberta Canada, d. Wichita, Parents-Frederick & Anna Job Schneider, H/O Vallejo Stevens on 6-18-1931, H/O Vallejo Stevens on 6-18-1931 Vallejo died 3-28-1999
Sheedy, Ardath Claudine
9-15-1917 5-2-2004 b. Benedict Ks  Wilson Co, d.  Wichita, Parents- Claude & Alma Cauble
Smith, Harriet C.
10-17-1916 11-12-2003  
Straight, Wayne M. 7-3-1920 3-5-2004 b. Kimball NE., d. Wichita, Parents; Tully A. & Hattie M. (Young) Straight, Army Air Corps Vet  WW II, wife Nell Elnora Smith - died 1981
Thomas, Eileen 3-31-1928 6-2005 b. Westphalia ks Anderson co, d. Wichita, D/O William & Bernice Ferguson Mechnig
Turner, Dr. Timothy M. 8-11-1948 10-27-2005 b. Arkansas City ks Cowley co, d. wichita, Podiatrist and owner of West Side Foot Clinic. S/O Nicholas and Lena (Buzzi) Turner. He proceeded on to the University of Kansas, from where he graduated in 1971. Following the path of his father, he entered the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, graduating in 1980, and established his practice in Wichita in 1982. He loved his sports, and particularly his Jayhawks, never wavering in his support. He was a member of Crescent Lodge #133, Wichita Scottish Rite, Median Shrine, Royal Order of Jesters, Motor Patrol, and Arab Patrol who relished the camaraderie of his friends.
Wulf, Paul O. 5-29-1917 4-25-2005 b. & d. Garden Plain Ks Sedgwick co, Retired funeral director. Mr. Wulf was the owner of Wulf Mortuary in Garden Plain until his retirement in 1983. Paul was born May 29, 1917 in Garden Plain, KS, the son of Carl and Bernadine (Brandis) Wulf. He attended school in Garden Plain and graduated from Garden Plain High School. On Nov. 13, 1941 he enlisted in the US Army. On Jan. 27, 1946 he was discharged with the rank of Sergeant, with the 82nd Bombardment Squadron. In 1958 he purchased Wulf Mortuary from his mother and lived in Garden Plain from that time on. On June 5, 1965, he married Dr. Taissia Reinhardt in Wichita.  Preceded in death by daughter Ludmilla Reinhardt Donoho; grandson, Thomas Paul Donoho; son-in-law, Thomas Donoho; parents, Carl and Bernadine Wulf; brothers, Werner, Victor and Carl Wulf Jr.

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