Mission Chapel Mausoleum
Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas


Submitted by Oz


Name Birth Date Death Date Other Information
Allison, Richard D.
8-5-1913 3-27-2004 b. Andover Ks Butler Co., d. Wichita, Parents Roy & Naomi (Keller) Allison, wife of 65 yrs. Juanita
Archer, Thelma
4-20-1914 8-17-2004 b. Kechi ks Sedgwick co, d. Wichita, Parents Grover & Kathryn Tjaden wed Wavern Scott 1933, he died 1975, wed Bill Archer 1988, he died 2001
Ayesh, Lena M.


8-31-1916 7-21-2005 b. Arkansas City ks Cowley co, d. wichita, D/O William F. & Tennie Jan (Robnett) Willis. On Sept. 11, 1935 she married Ralph A. Ayesh who preceded her in death.
Baltzley, Glenn Samuel 12-8-1912 3-16-2005 b. Des Moines IA Polk co, d. Wichita, The oldest of four boys and two girls. His journey through life was remarkable, characterized by curiosity, self-education and a deep devotion to family. At the age of nine his home was destroyed by a fire and his family moved into a tarpaper house. At eleven, he drove a model T Ford from Des Moines to St. Louis, sleeping one "free Night," in a Macon, Missouri Jail. This was the beginning of his fiercely independent spirit, a spirit which accompanied him throughout his life. He was 12 when his mother died, 16 when his formal education ended, 17 when he bought his first car (Model A roadster), 18 when he delivered telegrams for Western Union (on a bicycle), 20 when he met the love of his life, Vada, and 22 when he married her in 1934. After working for a dairy, in oil refinery, an auto repair shop and a cracker company he and Vada move from Des Moines to Wichita in 1935. He established the G.S. Baltzley Real Estate and Insurance Company in 1950, and later formed a partnership with David Jones. In addition to rental houses and apartments, his company built hundreds of homes in the Wichita area, including the first large condominium in Wichita. In 1972, he retired to Kimberling City where he became involved in real estate, farming and raising buffalo. Mr. Baltzley remained active in Shriner's, Sunflower Lodge #86, Rosicrucians, The Chamber of Commerce and local Business while enjoying boating, fishing and skiing. He was one of the first to promote water skiing and taught all of his children, their friends and grandchildren to enjoy water sports. Mr. Baltzley is preceded in death by his wife Vada and his oldest daughter Penny Grimes.
Boone, M. Loueva (Bell) 11-6-1928 6-10-2005 b. KS, d. Overland Park ks Johnson co, Preceded in death by husband Elwin Boone; brother, Dr. Ted Bell; parents, Opal M.& George H. Bell.
Bowman, Mary Francis  (Anderson)
1-18-1921  4-28-2004 b. Wichita, d. Houston Tx  Harris Co, husband- Harold H. Bowman died 1984
Coons, Earl L.
8-6-1910 2-5-2005 b. Lakin ks, d  Wichita, S/O James S.& Mary Oldfield Coons;h/oEsther; father of Mary Jane Acherman & Earlene Sue Fry dec'd
Cotter, Frances J. 6-3-1925 8-14-2005 b. Arkansas City ks Cowley co, d. wichita, D/O Anthony & Anna Dale
Gleissner, John H.
7-22-1918 3-21-2005 d  Wichita - Inurnment in Serenity Mausoleum
Gleissner, Mary F. McKinney
9-26-1920 2-7-2005 d  Wichita - Inurnment in Serenity Mausoleum
Green, Ruth Jane
7-20-1923 2-28-2005 b. Claremore OK Rogers Co, d. Tucson AZ Pima co, D/O Harold E.&Golda Kite Mayfield. W/O James A. Green Jr. wed 3-10-1948
Johnson, Florita
7-19-1916 6-15-2004 b. Atlanta Ks Cowley co, d. Wichita, Husband- Charles V. Johnson, Nickname-Rita
Keck, Andrea Verdine
8-18-1921 1-13-2004
B. Newton KS  Harvey County, D. Wichita KS Sedgwick County, Parents- John A. & Irene (Ives) Hetzel, wed James R. Keck 5-20-1950 Newton KS.
Keck, James R.   10-2-1963  
Loutzenhiser, Vinton Okla 2-6-1918 5-31-2005 b. Enid Ok Garfield co, d. Wichita, S/O Otto Clyde & Eva May (Van Boskirk) Loutzenhiser. In his younger days in Enid, he was an automobile mechanic and rode and raced motorcycles. He came to Wichita to work in the aircraft industry. He worked as a machinist and retired from Boeing in the 1980's. During that time he also taught machine shop night classes at Vocational Tech at East High School for several years. He was in the Army for a year (1945-46) and received a medical discharge. He was active in Boy Scouts for 20 years. For his service as a Scout Master and in BSA administration, he received the BSA Silver Beaver Award. Later he was a volunteer for the Red Cross, driving a route to transport donated blood. He was a member and deacon for the Calvary Presbyterian Church of Wichita. He was preceded in death by his first wife (divorced) Margurite (Fouts) Robinson, mother of Ronald W. Loutzenhiser, and his second wife Alberta (Roux) Loutzenhiser; his two brothers Raymond & Gerald Loutzenhiser, and sister, Marie (Loutzenhiser) Black. 
McKinney , James Andrew 7-25-1930 8-10-2004 b. North East MD Cecil Co d. Wichita, S/O Reed Colburtson and Lola Moore McKinney., Retired Computer Link Copr. and Data Corp field service engineer and retired Air Force after 21 years  of service.   inurnment with military honors. 
Nelson, Carl Albin 5-2-1917 7-17-2005 b. Freemount ks McPherson co, d. wichita, Born on a farm. S/O Sture and Agda Nelson, Swedish Immigrants. Carl was proud of his Swedish heritage. He attended Marquette Public Schools and Wichita Business College and was awarded his CPA certificate, Number 147, on August 20, 1942. In 1987, he received an honorary membership from The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. During World War II, he proudly served in the U.S. Army over four years. He received his commission as a finance officer in January 1943 and was discharged as a Captain in 1946. In 1955, Carl was married to Jamie Woll of Wichita. Over the years, Carl was actively involved in service to Bethany College (Lindsborg), Mosaic (formerly Bethphage) where he had a conference room dedicated in his name, and Reformation Lutheran Church (Wichita). In 2002, Carl was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree by Bethany College. Carl was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Jamie in 1996, brothers Bill and Gus and sisters, Florence and Frances. Although he had no children, he is survived by loved nieces and nephews, two sisters-in-law
Stone, David Eugene 8-4-1920 4-24-2005 b. Saffordville ks chase co, d  Wichita, He was the youngest of 12 children born to Albert and Mary (Obley) Stone. David was a WWII Navy veteran who served in the South Pacific on the USS Dyson. On Oct. 25, 1945, he married Anna M. Dunfield in Arlington, VA. David was a lifetime member of the Albert Pike Lodge and the Wichita Consistory 32nd Degree and a long time member of West Heights United Methodist Church. David was preceded in death by his wife, Ann; daughter, Pamela (stillborn); parents; 5 brothers and 4 sisters.
Wilson, Charles Robert
1-21-1921 1-8-2005 b. Evansville IN Vanderburgh co, d. Wichita, S/O Eula and Bert Wilson. He had 2 brothers and 2 sisters; Ted, Elmo, Peggy and Mary, all deceased. He fought a very brave battle for quite some time and then he died peacefully at home with his loving family and friends by his side. Charley was in the Insurance business for most of his adult life. He was a member of the Midian Shrine for 49 years. He was an avid golfer all of his adult life and up until he got sick, it was the joy of his life. He also loved to fish and spent many happy hours at Steve Earnst's cabin on Fox Lake.

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