McPherson County Cemetery
McPherson County, Kansas
Submitted by Oz
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|Name||Birth Date||Death Date||Other Information|
|Ayers, Margaret||9-27-1915||12-13-2005||b. Macksville ks Stafford co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Frank and Mary Frick Hall. She graduated from Macksville High School and attended college in Pittsburg and Hays before graduating from McPherson College in 1968. She was a homemaker and taught at a country school in Pawnee County. She belonged to Church of the Brethren, McPherson. She was a member of the American Association of University Women, Women's International, League for Peace and Freedom and several environmental organizations. On Aug. 5, 1944, she married William T. Ayers in Pawnee County. He died March 25, 1968. She was preceded in death by a son, David; and four brothers, Vernon, Donald, John and Louis Hall.|
|Badgett, Kenneth Eugene||4-20-1917||12-22-2005||b. Enid OK Garfield co, d. McPherson ks , S/O Andrew Reed and Ollie Frances Ross Badgett. He attended Oklahoma schools. He began working for Bay Refinery, McPherson, until they closed. He then worked at Kaneb Pipe Line starting Nov. 27, 1953, as an electrical engineer, until retiring in 1981. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2715 and Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. No. 502, all of McPherson. On June 25, 1940, he married Mildred Lucille Holcomb in McPherson. She died Aug. 11, 1997. He was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Badgett; and twin granddaughters.|
|Becker, Nelda J.||6-3-1928||7-12-2005||b. & d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O John J. and Helena Regehr Pauls. A resident of McPherson since 1994, moving from Kingman. She was preceded in death by a sister, Virginia Franz.|
|Chaney, Barbara Rae||10-1-1926||7-12-2005||b. Des Moines IA Polk co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Thomas Clay and Mildred Janet Knight Hayden. She attended Cedar Rapids elementary schools and Junior High School, and graduated from McPherson High School. A resident of McPherson most of her life, she was a homemaker and worked for the McPherson County Register of Deeds Office and later as a secretary for the McPherson School of Practical Nursing. She belonged to First Christian Church, the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, and was a former member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2715 Ladies Auxiliary, and American Legion Post No. 24 Ladies Auxiliary, all at McPherson. On March 31, 1945, she married Bill Ray Chaney at Gulfport, Miss. He died April 23, 1992. She was preceded in death by a brother, Thomas Clay Haden Jr.; and a grandson.|
|Curtis, Larry Marvin||3-6-1943||1-31-2006||
b. KY Jackson county, d. McPherson ks
McPherson co, S/O Victor Eugene and Alma Sparks Curtis.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Irwin Curtis; and a half-brother, Robert McKenzie.
|DeTour, Lorene Mae||8-30-1916||9-18-2005||
b. McPherson co ks, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co,
D/O Dana L. and Eva B. Finkle Voshell. She attended McPherson schools and
graduated from McPherson College in 1939 with a teaching degree. A
resident of Hutchinson since 1976, she was a former resident of Dallas and
McPherson. She was a member of First Baptist Church, McPherson; and the
American Legion Auxiliary Choir.
She was preceded in death by a son, Rick DeTour; and a brother, Laverne M. "Tony" Voshell.
|Dombaugh, David E.||9-22-1967||1-29-2006||b. Dodge City ks ford co, d. wichita, S/O Darrell Neil and Jody Marie Clinesmith Dombaugh.|
|10-6-1887||insp 19yr 2mo 2da|
|Fortune, Betty L.||10-9-1924||9-19-2005||b. OK, d McPherson ks McPherson co, She was born at Pitcher, Okla., the daughter of Floyd and Ruby Baines Ligon. A resident of McPherson since 1948, moving from Pittsburg, she was a Southwestern Bell Telephone operator and also worked in an ammunition factory at Kansas City. On Nov. 8, 1948, she married Roger W. Fortune at Pittsburg. He died Aug. 22, 2003.|
|Freeburg, Freda Mae||3-19-1913||9-21-2005||b. Chickasha OK Grady co, d. McPherson ks, D/O Louis Henri and Ethel G. Bunker Berry. She attended school in Oklahoma, and during her high school years, she moved to McPherson to live with Ray and Mayla Austin. She graduated from McPherson High School in 1931. She was a secretary for Martin Van Hoy Motors, Charlie Martin's dealership and Elber Turner and Turner Motors, all of McPherson. On Feb. 3, 1935, she married Virgil Theodore "Bud" Freeburg in McPherson. He died March 16, 2003. She was preceded in death by a son, Richard Lee Freeburg; and a daughter, Shirley Ann Christensen|
|Gish, Roy D.||11-5-1999||Age 98|
|Gleming, Alta Mae||1-18-1921||9-12-2005||b. Loco OK Stephens co, d. Parker co Douglas co, D/O David Barrett and Leona Mae Turner Aldridge. A graduate of Walters, Okla., High School. On March 28, 1943, she married Harvey Lee Fleming. He died in 1996.|
Hamrich, Edgar D.
|4-4-1899||insp 8da, insp S/O G. W & M. E. Hamrich|
|Hill, James Donald||7-25-1923||1-6-2006||b. McPherson ks McPherson co, d. wichita. Bud S/O Gerald R. and Maude Esther Knudson Hill. He graduated from Galva High School in 1942, and then Kansas University with a Bachelor of Science Degree. A resident of Bushton, moving from McPherson he was a professional baseball player in the Cardinals Organization, and then worked for Conoco Oil Co. as a welders helper, and then Northern Natural Gas Co., as a District Measurement Technician, until retiring. He belonged to United Methodist Church, United Methodist Men, both in Bushton, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2715, American Legion Post No. 24, both in McPherson, was a former Bushton Lions Club Member and volunteer with the Bushton Boy Scout Troop. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II.|
|James, Harold Denison||10-1-1937||11-17-2005||b. McPherson ks McPherson co, d. Valparaiso FL Okaloosa co, S/O Jesse Ansel and Beulah Virginia Denison James. He attended McPherson Grade Schools and graduated from McPherson High School in 1955. He then attended Pasadena Nazarene College, Pasadena, Calif., and graduated with a bachelor's degree in religion. He was a resident of Valparaiso, Fla., since December of 2004, moving from Fort Worth, Texas. He was a minister, Pastor of the Church of the Nazarene for 25 years and was a business administrator for the United Methodist Church until his retirement in 2004.|
|Jennings, Donna L.||8-18-1935||1-17-2006||b. Lehigh ks Marion co, d. Kansas city mo Jackson co, D/O Delbert and Louella Buehler Wilkinson. She graduated from McPherson High School. A resident of Lawrence for the past 50 years, she was a retired bookkeeper at the Douglas County Treasurers Office, Lawrence.|
|Jones, Marjorie May||5-19-1941||9-25-2005||b. Tyrone OK Texas co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Curtis and Annie Fern Roth Stevens. She attended Tyrone Grade School and graduated from Tyrone High School. A resident of McPherson, she was a homemaker, proofreader at the McPherson Sentinel, secretary for Culligan Water, and co-owner and operator of Jones Electric Company, all in McPherson.|
|Jones, Dan G.||11-12-1947||1-19-2006||b. Garden City ks Finney co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O Robert Cecil and Katherine Lightcap Jones. He worked for the McPherson County Sheriff's Department, as a reserve officer and corrections officer, worked for Starlite Lanes and was the owner and operator of Jet Lube. He was preceded in death by a brother, Larry.|
|Kenney, Kenneth D.||1-13-1928||12-13-2005||b. McPherson ks McPherson co, d. wichita, S/O Donald Joseph and Daisy Pearl Justice Kenney. He attended Wickersham Grade School, McPherson Junior High School and graduated from McPherson High School in 1944. He attended McPherson College for classes for work. He started working for National Cooperative Refinery Association, McPherson, on Oct. 26, 1953, as a laborer. He worked as a yardman, pipe fitter helper, became safety supervisor in 1967, and in 1972, he became maintenance project supervisor, retiring Jan. 31, 1990. He belonged to Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, McPherson, and the Paint/Pinto and Quarter Horse Association. He also taught a Hunter's Safety Course and was a 4-H leader. He served in the National Guard for 18 years. He was preceded in death by a brother, Jerry Kenney; and a sister, Shirley Perkins.|
|Koehn, Mabel Susie||10-3-1916||9-19-2005||d. McPherson ks, She was born near Kismet, in Seward County, the daughter of Carl J. and Lena Wedel Koehn. She was a 1935 graduate of McPherson High School. A resident of McPherson County most of her life, she was an operator and clerk for Southwestern Bell Telephone. She retired after 33 years of service. She belonged to Telephone Pioneers, she was co-manager of Save-n-Share Store, was a treasurer for a number of church related organizations and a volunteer for VITA program at McPherson Senior Center. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Valdo, Lloyd and Nelson Koehn; and a sister, Verna Dirks.|
|Koehn, Patricia Sue||12-16-1957||9-29-2005||b. Phillipsburg ks Phillips co, d. wichita, D/O Wendell Dean and Phyllis Colleen Doxon Hunt. She attended school at Phillipsburg, Hutchinson, Ellis and Jewell, graduating from Phillipsburg High School in 1976, and she graduated in 1978 from Fort Hays State University. A resident of McPherson, moving from Phillipsburg, she had worked at Chicken Inn Restaurant, Sterling Drug, FAR-MAR-Co., Cimarron Investment Co. and Farmers Alliance Insurance Co. She belonged to Harmony Christian Church, McPherson; Job's Daughters of the Order of the Eastern Star, Phillipsburg; National Honor Society; and the FHA.|
|Kraus, Clyde Robert||2-15-1914||9-28-2005||b. Lane ks Franklin co, d. Mulvane ks Sumner co, S/O William August and Lucy Grimm Kraus. He attended Lane grade schools and Lane High School. A former resident of Lane, moving to Mulvane, he was a welder for the N.C.R.A., a pipefitter and welder building missile silos and atomic power plants in the U.S., employee at McConnell Airbase, and built Daimler-Chrysler Plant in Rockford, Ill. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, McPherson; and Plumber's and Pipefitter's Union 441. On May 24, 1940, he married Marcella "Pat" Cook in McPherson. She died Jan. 20, 1994.|
|Krell, Willis F.||7-16-1910||8-19-2005||b. Glenvil NE Clay co, d. Phoenix AZ Maricopa co, S/O Fred William and Inez Irene Dutton Krell. He was a retired pipeline construction contractor. He belonged to Countryside Covenant Church, McPherson, and the International Flying Farmers. On Jan. 25, 1938, he married Doris A. Rasmussen at Lyons. She died May 12, 2003.|
|Lancaster, Orval||1-29-1915||5-29-2005||b. Beverly ks Lincoln co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O Arthur Freeman and Mary Rosa Berry Lancaster. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Earl, Art and Craig Lancaster; a sister, Nora Schmidt; a granddaughter; and a great-grandson.|
|Lewis, Katherine Elizabeth||5-20-1933||9-23-2005||b. Concordia Ks Cloud co, d. Salina ks Saline co, D/O Stephen Cornelius and Orpha Elnora Sprague Henry. She graduated from Jamestown High School. She was the owner and operator of Katie's Krafts, McPherson. She belonged to St. Joseph Catholic Church and St. Joseph Altar Society and was a past member of the American Legion Auxiliary, all in McPherson. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Evelyn Grennan and Patricia Hansen|
|Lindholm, Val L.||6-1-1942||8-1-2005||d. Great Bend ks Barton co, S/O Archie L. and Louise A. Sherrard Lindholm. He attended elementary schools and graduated from Great Bend High School in 1960. A resident of Great Bend since March 2005, moving from Breckenridge, Colo., he was President of Lindholm Construction Company, Great Bend, until the business closed and then was a specialty painter and photographer at Summit County, Colo. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. On June 14, 1964, he married Karen L. Rinker at Great Bend. He was preceded in death by his parents.|
|1-3-1829||6-4-1901||insp 72yr 5mo 10da|
|2-5-1829||11-28-1907||insp 78yr 9mo 18da|
|Miller, M. Jane||8-29-1916||12-13-2005||
b. McPherson ks McPherson co, d. Wichita ks
sedgwick co, D/O Charles Serf and Dorothea Swanson Pettit. She attended
elementary school in McPherson, graduated from Hutchinson High School in
1933 and from Hutchinson Junior College in 1935. A longtime resident of
McPherson, she was a homemaker and a physicians clerk for Dr. Weir
On June 17, 1936, she married Burr Oakes Miller in McPherson. He died Aug. 11, 1981. She was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Pettit; and a sister, Mildred Bankes.
|Mog, Charles Alfred||5-19-1913||1-3-2006||
b. Ellsworth co ks, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O Edward and Mary Kodytek Mog. He attended Blackwolf schools. A resident of McPherson since 2002, moving from California, he worked for Boeing of Wichita during World War II and then started Mog Construction Company in Great Bend until he sold the business and moved to California. He later worked for North American Aviation as a quality control inspector, until his retirement in 1974. He belonged to Masonic Lodge in both Great Bend and in California.
On June 5, 1937, he married Viola Clara Panzer in Ellsworth. She died Nov. 3, 2000. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Earl, Edward, Ben and John; three sisters, Pearl Janousek, Blanche Sullivan and Caroline Vickers; and a grandson.
|Nelson, Lewis M.||8-14-1915||5-28-2005||b. & d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O Ben & Mary Simonson Nelson, On June 14, 1936 he married Mary R. Stonebraker at Wiley, Co. She died Feb.7, 2003|
|Nordling, Bernard Erick||6-14-1921||8-31-2005||b. Rush co ks, d. Lawrence ks Douglas co, "Bernie," He was born near Nekoma in Rush County, Kansas, the son of Ebben and Edith Freeburg Nordling. He was a graduate of McPherson High School and McPherson College in McPherson, Kansas, and graduated with honors from the University of Kansas Law School in 1949. Following graduation from KU Law School, Bernie married Barbara Burkholder on March 26, 1949, in McPherson and moved to Hugoton, Kansas, where he became associated in the general practice of law with A. E. (Gus) Kramer, founder of the Southwest Kansas Royalty Owners Association (SWKROA), with over 2,700 royalty owner members nationwide. Nordling served as SWKROA Executive Secretary from 1968 to 1994. Bernie spent his entire legal career representing causes on behalf of landowners. Prior to his death, he helped establish guidelines for landowners in negotiating wind energy leases. Nordling's law firm, currently known as Kramer, Nordling & Nordling, LLC, and the Wichita law firm of Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch successfully represented landowners in the gas royalty and helium litigation over the years. The litigation resulted in tens of millions of dollars of additional royalties for landowners in the Hugoton Field. Mr. Nordling served as Hugoton City Attorney for 36 years and as Stevens County Attorney for six years. At the time of his death, Bernie was a member of the Hugoton United Methodist Church. He has served many years as a community leader. He had also served as a Boy Scout Scoutmaster and, attending two national jamborees and one international jamboree. He also served on the Board of Trustees of McPherson College, the Board of Trustees of the Kansas Alumni Association, the Kansas University Endowment Association, and the Kansas 4-H Foundation. In Lawrence, he was active in the Noon Rotary Club and the New Generation group. Honors and awards received by Bernie during his lifetime include Citation of Merit, McPherson College; Distinguished Alumnus Award, KU Law School; Fred Ellsworth Medallion, Kansas Alumni Association; Lifetime Achievement Award, Hugoton Area Chamber of Commerce; and James L. Stafford Founder's Award, National Association of Royalty Owners.|
|Olson, Jimmie Marie||6-6-1917||9-30-2005||b. Calhoun MO Henry co, d. Wichita, D/O Lemuel A. and Pansy M. Depew Carley. She graduated in 1935 from McPherson High School. A resident of McPherson, she was the secretary for USD 418, McPherson. She belonged to First Presbyterian Church, Mary Circle, and was a former member of Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and the Sewing Club, all in McPherson. On May 30, 1942, she married William LaVerne Olson in McPherson. He died Sept. 28, 1987. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Virginia Lee Carley and Marjorie Baudino.|
Schermerhorn, Isaag G.
|6-27-1881||insp 40yr 2mo 7da|
Schermerhorn, Phillip J.
|4-4-1881||insp 36yr 3mo|
|Schlender, Charlotte Lavae||11-8-1924||12-10-2005||b. Haviland ks Kiowa co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Irvin G. and Mazie Louise Williams Ross. She attended Haviland grade school and graduated from Haviland High School in 1942. She graduated from Friends University, Wichita, attended McPherson College, Wichita University and Bethany College, Lindsborg. She was a homemaker, Home Economics teacher at Moundridge High School, English and Literature teacher at Inman High School and a teacher at McPherson Junior High for 20 years. She also taught English as a Second Language to refugees at McPherson High School. She belonged to First United Methodist Church, McPherson, McPherson Retired Teachers Association, Kansas Teachers Association, Cedars Health Care Center and Village Committees and McPherson Opera House. She was preceded in death by her parents.|
|6-25-1876||in a fenced in lot, insp 2yr 24da, insp S/O J. P. & L. Schneider|
Schneider, John P.
|5-20-1886||in a fenced in lot, insp 53yr 5mo 5da|
|1-12-1893||in a fenced in lot, insp 57yr 5mo 8da, insp W/O John P. Schneider|
|4-4-1887||in a fenced in lot, insp 16yr 7mo 9da|
|7-28-1886||in a fenced in lot, insp 21yr 14da|
|Settle, Walter R.||3-3-1927||6-22-2005||b. Mounds OK Creek co, d. McPherson KS, "Cotton" S/O Jesse Franklin and Ida Pearl McCause Settle. A resident of McPherson, formerly of Russell, he was a farmer, rancher and worked as an oil field driller. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Clarence Weaver, Wesley Settle, George Settle, and Bob Settle; and five sisters, Annie Blackburn, Lillian Sullivan, Savanah Burnison, Mamie Pittman, and Betty Spencer.|
Sheldon, Margaret LaVada
|10-9-1918||11-1-2004||b. Conway KS McPherson co, d. Derby ks, D/O Benjamin Franklin & Pearl (Gum) Richardson. She was a former member of First United Methodist Church, McPherson. On Sept. 29, 1949, she married Everett Marion "Red" Sheldon. Everett died on Feb. 13, 1978. She was also preceded in death by brothers, Floyd and Ben Richardson.|
|Shook, Lester Wayne||3-8-1918||12-21-2005||b. Cement OK Caddo co, d. McPherson ks, S/O Edward and Cora Sprowls Shook. He was a graduate of North High School, Wichita. A resident of McPherson, he was the owner and operator of Shook Tool and Die. He also had worked as vice president of manufacturing for Continental Aluminum Manufacturing, McPherson.|
|Shook, Audrey M.||4-8-1917||12-31-2005||b. Neodesha ks Wilson co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Morris and Ella Souders Little. She graduated from North High School, Wichita. On June 1, 1937, she married Lester Wayne Shook in Los Angeles. He died Dec. 21, 2005. She was preceded in death by a sister, Margaret Van Syoc.|
|Sims, Ruth M.||11-6-1921||12-20-2005||b. Omaha NE Douglas co., d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Kenneth Richards and Edith Bingham Nickerson. She was a 1938 graduate of Southwest High School, Kansas City, Mo., attended the University of Missouri and UMKC, graduating in 1942 with a sociology degree. A resident of McPherson since 2001, formerly a longtime resident of Excelsior Springs, Mo.|
|Stagg, Bev||2-9-1918||9-12-2005||b. Manhattan ks Riley co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O David L. and Phebe Ruth Myers Stagg. He graduated from Kansas State University in 1940. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was a county extension agent for 40 years, including 24 years in McPherson County. He belonged to First United Methodist Church, McPherson, where he served as a trustee and was a member of the administrative board. He was a member of American Legion Post No. 24, McPherson, the Kansas State University Presidents Club, the Kansas State University Alumni Association and the National Association of County Agricultural Agents.|
|Stewart, Stephen Caswell||8-10-1989||1-1-2006||b. Pendleton Or Umatilla co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O David C. Stewart and Shari L. Cline. A resident of McPherson since 1995, moving from Pendleton, Ore., he was a sophomore at McPherson High School. He belonged to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Newton. He was also a Seaman in the Naval Sea Cadets, Wichita. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Dr. Norman Stewart.|
|Sweely, H. Helen||10-6-1922||10-25-2005||b. Eureka ks Greenwood co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, D/O Willar Hosea and Velma A. Mullinax Lingafelter. On Aug. 3, 1946, she married Joe W. Sweely in Wichita. He died July 14, 2003. She was preceded in death by a son, Michael D. Sweely; and two brothers, Dean and Dick Lingafelter.|
Taylor, Elinore C. Johnson
|7-26-1888||insp 59yr 10mo 2da|
Taylor, Mary L.
|12-10-1898||insp 79yr 5mo 22da|
|(the grave next to Elinore can't read)|
|Thye, Mildred L.||7-31-1913||7-14-2005||b. Elmo Ks Dickinson co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, She was born July 31, 1913, at Elmo, the daughter of Jacob F. and Jessie Anna Melchert Dahlinger. She graduated from McPherson High School in 1930 and McPherson College in 1934. A resident of McPherson since 1925, moving from Elmo, she was a piano teacher and homemaker. She was preceded in death by a son, G. Douglas Thye; two brothers, Fred E. and Arnold E. Dahlinger; and two sisters, Esther Eslinger and Benita Case.|
|Unruh, Fae E.||8-17-1940||7-11-2005||b. McPherson ks McPherson co, d. Moundridge ks """, D/O Claude A. and Ann H. Pester Jones. A resident of Moundridge for 37 years, formerly of McPherson, she was a convenience store manager. She belonged to New Hope Baptist Church, rural Hutchinson. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Claudia Stempert.|
Wachtman, Pauline R.
||6-27-1913||6-15-2005||b. Attica ks Harper co, d. McPherson ks, D/O William T. and June Friis DeVault. She graduated from Wichita North High School and attended Mrs. Franklin's Private Business College, Wichita. She was a homemaker and worked for the Globe Oil and Refining Co., Wichita, for five years. She also was a secretary for Wolf's Plumbing, Heating and Electric, McPherson and was a caseworker for McPherson County Social Services. On Sept. 10, 1938, she married Henry Francis Wachtman at Wichita. He died March 18, 1993.She was preceded in death by a brother, Howard DeVault.|
|Wagner, Mary Virginia||7-14-1918||5-21-2005||b. Florence Ks Marion co, d. Hutchinson ks Reno co, D/O Boniface David and Dollie Marie (Louis) Van Buren. She married Francis D. "Butch" Wagner Sr., on May 30, 1938. He died Nov. 24, 1961. She married Albert H. Groke Sr., on June 5, 1965. He died Dec. 16, 1988. Mrs. Wagner was a retired chemistry lab assistant at Sterling Drug Inc., having lived in McPherson since 1946. Virginia was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands, Francis D. Wagner Sr. and Albert H. Groke Sr.; a son, Philip K. Wagner; a step-son, Francis D. Wagner Jr.; an infant brother, George Leo Van Buren; and a great-grandson, Blake Stanley.|
|8-2-1878||insp 57yr 10mo 22da|
|11-2-1880||insp 51yr 5mo 4da|
|Zimmerman, Kenneth Roy||2-14-1933||10-25-2005||b. Lebanon PA Lebanon co, d. McPherson ks McPherson co, S/O Leroy and Ruth Immel Zimmerman. A resident of McPherson since 1971, he was a project engineer at Certainteed Corp., McPherson, and retired from the U.S. Air Force. He served in the U.S. Marines at Korea, and the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was preceded in death by a grandson.|
NO surname, Clarice
date not clear, insp D/O J. R. & A. E.
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