Sr. Cornelia Bock dies June 20

Sister Cornelia Bock, 96, died June 20, in the Dominican Sisters’ convent infirmary in Great Bend.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Thursday, June 23, at the convent. Burial was in the Sisters’ Resurrection Cemetery.
Born March 25, 1920, in Anaheim, Calif., as Barbara Belle Bock, Sister Cornelia was the daughter of the late Paul and Barbara (Diefenback) Bock. She entered the Dominican Sisters Community in Great Bend Aug. 30, 1935, and pronounced her first vows Aug. 17, 1938. She celebrated 75 years of religious profession in 2013.
For a short time Sister Cornelia ministered as a teacher of elementary students in Catholic parochial schools in Kansas but soon began her studies in nursing where she served as nurse and supervisor in the community’s hospitals.
She expanded her nursing skills to midwifery and spent 20 years in Nigeria, West Africa, as a nurse and midwife among the clinics of the Dominican Sisters of Gusau, Nigeria. She not only served with the indigenous Sisters but was the superior of their community for about four years.
Her later stateside ministries included Connect Care, a volunteer AIDS ministry, and then at the convent in Great Bend assisting the librarian and doing computer work for the local community.
Sister Cornelia is survived by her Dominican Sisters of Peace religious community. All her siblings preceded her in death, but she remained close to her nieces and nephews who were faithful in calling and visiting.
Memorials in honor of Sister Cornelia Bock may be sent to Dominican Sisters of Peace, 2320 Airport Dr, Columbus OH 43219-2098, or sent securely on OPPeace.org.

Obituaries, July 1, 2016

SULLIVAN
Dorothy “Jeanne,” 91, St. Joseph, Wichita, April 6.
FLAHARTY
Raymond Lee, 79, Holy Name, Coffeyville, May 21.
GILL
Dena Marie (Chipman), 48, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 21.
KRUSKOP
Robert C., Sr., 87, St. Michael, Mulvane, May 24.
JERSHIN
Betty, 90, All Saints, Wichita, May 25.
GELLER
Darrell Eugene, 68, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, May 26.
CROWELL
Joan P., 77, Mother of God, Oswego, May 28.
CAMPBELL
Justin, 36, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 29.
GRIVOIS
Joseph Ronald Angelo, 82, St. Mary Cathedral, Wichita, May 29.
McGUIGAN
William J., 77, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, May 29.
BEAT
Judith K. “Judy,” 76, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, May 30.
BIERA
Edward Hernandez, 74, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, May 30.
SUTER
Mary M., 94, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, May 30.
MYERS
Theresa Ann, 85, St. Mary, Derby, June 1.
PEREZ
Consuelo J. (Gonzalez) “Connie,” 93, St. Patrick, Parsons, June 2.
VENEGAS
Anthony C., 72, St. Patrick, Wichita, June 2.
WHERRELL
Marian Lee, 76, St. Joseph, Wichita, June 2.
BETZEN
Andrew J., 65, St. Mark, St. Mark, June 4.
MARTINEZ
Jose R., Sr., “Joe,” 93, St. Mary, Derby, June 5.
GILMARTIN
Edward Joseph, 80, St. Anne, Wichita, June 6.
STEFFENS
Elsie M. (Pauly), 102, St. John, Clonmel, June 6.
CLUPNY
Edward Joseph, 86, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, June 7.
FRAGOZA
Gregorio G., 83, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, June 8.
CATTELINO
Mary Florence, 98, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, June 9.
SCHULTZ
Gregory E., 65, St. Joseph, Wichita, June 10.
GARCIA
Nellie Manuela, 99, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, June 11.
PADILLA
Jose “Pete,” 84, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, June 12.
FIEDLER
Roberta J. “Bert,” 52, St. Paul, Lyons, June 13.
BOHNING
Scott R., 59, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, June 14.
BORN
Barbara Regina (Westhoff), 92, St. Francis, St. Paul, June 14.
LIES
Joseph J., 46, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, June 15.
MASON
Beverly Ann (Moore), 82, St. Joseph, Andale, June 15.
ADAIR
Teresa “Teri,” St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita.
TAYLOR
Lorraine Anne, 91, Holy Name, Coffeyville, June 16.
UTZ
Betty I. (Sundee), 97, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, June 17.
DINGES
Charlotte M., 91, Sacred Heart, Halstead, June 18.
FOWLER
Kurt E., 57, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, June 19.
MONARES
Juanita, 93, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, June 19.
WEST
Gloria (Gallardo), 75, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, June 19.
SAUER
Mary Anna (Knapic), 84, St. Patrick, Kingman, June 20.
TERRONES
Hilarion “Leo,” 86, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, June 20.
Van LEEUWEN
Larry, 74, St. Francis, St. Paul, June 20.

Obituaries, June 3, 2016

REBOUL
Jeffrey James, 29, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, May 4.
HIGHLAND
Donna Marie, 64, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 6.
HORSCH
Franklin “Deach,” 83, St. Joseph, Andale, May 11.
SEE
John A. “Jack,” 96, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 12.
VESTRING
Mary Kay, 92, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, May 12.
FEDERICO
Alexander A. “Alex,” 62, St. Jude, Wichita, May 14.
SCHENK
Jacqueline “Jackie,” 64, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, May 14.
SERRANO
Daniel, 60, St. Anne, Wichita, May 14.
STUHLSATZ
Sylvester L. “Slivy,” 87, St. Mary, Aleppo, May 14.
VENNEMANN
Francis J. “Frank,” 95, St. Francis, St. Paul, May 14.
BUTLER
Gretchen, 58, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 15.
DUGAN
Charles E. “Bud,” St. Joseph, Conway Springs, May 15.
MACKEY
Alan James, 77, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, May 15.
PACHECO
Mary Antonia (Mosqueda), 88, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, May 15.
MARTENEY
Tony, 57, St. James, Augusta, May 16.
PALKOWITSCH
Joseph Henry “Joe,” 76, Christ the King, Wichita, May 16.
SZCZEPANIK
Edward D. “Eddie,” 65, Holy Savior, Wichita, May 16.
BETTE
Dr. Thomas, 54, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, May 17.
DeLaTORRE
Rudy, 64, St, Patrick, Chanute, May 17.
DURAND
Daniel, 89, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 17.
KOPPER
C. Dolores “Dee,” 88, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, May 17.
LIND
Donald J. “Don,” 78, Holy Name, Coffeyville, May 17.
WARREN
Virginia Jean (Kastens), 87, St. Mary, Derby, May 17.
DICKSON
Lila M., 86, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 18.
STEINKE
Sylvester, 92, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 18.
COLSON
Eldon R., Sr., “Stubby,” 75, St. Paul, Lyons, May 19.
GUDDE
Virginia R., 92, St. Patrick, Parsons, May 19.
JACOBS
Lucille Catherine, 95, St. Joseph, Yates Center, May 19.
MIRANOWSKI
Mary Ann, 73, Holy Spirit, Goddard, May 19.
SEILER
Gordon Lee, 62, St. Joseph, Ost, May 19.
GOERTZ
Rita A., 94, St. Peter, Willowdale, May 20.
DREILING
Shawn, 51, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 21.
HENDRIXSON
Marceline, 93, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, May 21.
TROTNIC
Norma Jean (Kral), 83, All Saints, Wichita, May 21.
DICKSON
Eric Daniel, 31, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, May 23.
McCALL
Elizabeth Louise “Betty,” 86, St. Francis, St. Paul, May 23.
FISCHER
Barbara Ann, 83, St. Leo, St. Leo, May 24.

Obituaries, May 20, 2016

CARDENAS
Jeanne (Lobmeyer), 85, St. Patrick, Wichita, April 24.
MERCER
Carol Denise (Scheffer), 53, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, April 27.
NAVRAT
Robert J., 84, St. John Nepomucene, Pilsen, April 27.
BROWN
Marian, 87, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 28.
RILEY
Karen Lynn, 61, St. Mark, St. Mark, April 28.
HEIN
Edward C., Jr., 82, Wichita, Kansas, April 29.
MARTINEZ
Eddie J. “Pops,” 74, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 29.
BLUBAUGH
Dennis Lee “Sam,” 75, St. Anne, Wichita, April 30.
YBARRA
Irene Josephine, 88, St. Anthony/St. Rose, Wellington, April 30.
LEE
Leo A., Holy Savior, Wichita, May 1.
MORSS
Martha J., 78, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 1.
PELZ
Thelma A., 90, St. John, Clonmel, May 1.
BURGESS
Jolene, 69, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 2.
KOESTER
Joyce L., 87, St. John, El Dorado, May 2.
SPIELBUSCH
William H. “Bill,” 94, St. Francis, St. Paul, May 2.
GOOD
Francis “Doc,” 82, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 3.
HERNANDEZ
Eugenia, 63, St. Mary Cathedral, Wichita, May 3.
LeFEVRE
Marcella C., 95, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 3.
PETERSON
Robert Gene, 88, St. Bridget, Lindsborg, May 3.
SMITH
Richard D. “Dick,” 80, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, May 3.
JONES
Joyce June, 71, St. Michael, Mulvane, May 4.
RAMIREZ
Sebastian “Tano,” 78, St. Anthony/St. Rose, Wellington, May 4.
WOODWORTH
Karen Marie (Heimerman), 64, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, May 4.
FRASER
Margaret (Lentine), 69, St. Cecilia, Haysville, May 5.
HAMILTON
Ryan E., 33, St. Joseph, Conway Springs, May 5.
HIGHLAND
Donna Marie, 64, St. Joseph, Wichita, May 6.
LUNA
Anita, 89, Our lady of Guadalupe, Newton, May 6.
HILWORTH
Heather R., 43, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, May 7.
TRAN
Gi Thi, 94, St. Anthony, Wichita, May 7.
JANSEN
Dr. Larry L., 67, Christ the King, Wichita, May 8.
MERRILL
Alvin P., 73, Sacred Heart, Colwich, May 8.
WILSON
Ralph O., 82, St. John, Iola, May 9.
GOMEZ
Gilbert, 53, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, May 10.
HORSCH
Franklin “Deach,” 83, St. Joseph, Andale, May 11.
LAIR
Virgil, St. Patrick, Chanute, May 11.

Father Slomski buried in his hometown

Native of Connecticut served Diocese of Wichita since Feb. 28, 1953
Father Joseph Slomski, a priest of the Diocese of Wichita for 63 years, died Friday, April 22.
He was born on Dec. 18, 1925, in New Britain, Connecticut, and studied for the priesthood at Kenrick Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He was ordained to the priesthood on Feb. 28, 1953.
A vigil for Father Slomski was held Tuesday, April 26, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday, April 27, at the cathedral.
Interment was planned for Sacred Heart Cemetery in New Britain.
Father Andy Kuykendall, who delivered the homily at the funeral, said it was difficult for him to see Father Slomski unable to receive the Eucharist the last few days before he passed away, especially, “after 63 years of celebrating the sacraments for the people of God!”
“One day he was mad at me and said something to me in Polish and I responded back to him in German and he asked what I said. I said, ‘I said the same to you!’ And we remained friends from then on - even though what I actually said in German was ‘Sleep, baby, sleep!’”
Fr. Kuykendall said he believes Fr. Slomski wanted to know, love, and serve God to the end and that he wanted to be fully absorbed into the life of Christ.
During his priestly ministry Father Slomski served at the following parishes: Sacred Heart in Frontenac, St. Mary in Derby, Holy Cross in Hutchinson, St. John in El Dorado, Our Lady of Lourdes in Pittsburg, St. Patrick in Fulton, St. Teresa in Madison, St. John in Hamilton, St. Patrick in Florence, Immaculate Conception in Burns, St. Mary in Aleppo, St. Mary in Moline, St. Joseph in Cedar Vale, St. Robert in Sedan and St. Mary in Chase.
He also served as moderator for the Newton District Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Father Slomski retired from active ministry March 3, 2002.

Obituaries, May 6, 2016

WILBERT
Irene, 86, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, March 18.
COPPLE
Jane Ann, 78, All Saints, Wichita, April 5.
MILLER
Lenora, 94, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, April 5.
OLSON
Terry R., 70, Christ the King, Wichita, April 5.
ALCALA-ALDABA
Miguel, St. Mary Cathedral, Wichita, April 6.
MENDOZA
Sarah “Joanne,” 73, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 6.
McCLAFLIN
Phyllis Helen Mills, 83, St. Martin, Caldwell, April 8.
FREEMAN
Kathleen Joan, 60, St. Cecilia, Haysville, April 9.
MILLIKAN
Fanita Evalyn, 91, St. John, Clonmel, April 9.
ROMANZI
Coletta Marie, 85, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, April 10.
SCHOMMER
Donald “Don” “Doc,” 77, St. Mary, Newton, April 10.
SCHWARTZ
Alberta Ann (Hageman), 86, St. Patrick, Kingman, April 10.
FABIN
Mary F., 82, St. Paul, Lyons, April 11.
SMITH
Theresa A., 89, St. Ambrose, Erie, April 11.
GORGES
Timothy Michael, 44, St. Joseph, Andale.
SULLIVAN
Ella Mae, 91, St. Anthony, Wichita, April 13.
DeVOSS
Raymond A. “Sandy,” 88, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, April 14.
FIELDER
Dolores E., 83, St. Cecilia, Haysville, April 14.
ORTOLANI
Virginia Lee Sullivan, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, April 14.
HADLEY
Dennis Merlin, 68, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, April 15.
FRAZIER
Cyrus G. “Cy,” 73, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, April 16.
WHITMER
Evelyn J., 82, St. Anne, Wichita, April 17.
CLUPNY
Florence Alice (Youngers), 80, St. Mary, Aleppo, April 18.
GRUSHNYS
Dr. Arnold A., M.D., 96, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, April 18.
QUINT
Mary K., 100, St. Mary, Newton, April 18.
GARCIA
Carmelo Noe, infant son of Marquez Garcia and Ilizza Gomez, St. Anne, Wichita, April 19.
ARANDA
Ricardo “Richard,” 74, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, April 20.
STEINER
Myrna Loy (Faker), 77, Christ the King, Wichita, April 21.
DIXON
Ovazine Laodicea (Macon) “Ozie,” 93, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, April 22.
LEIKER
Georgianna “Georgie,” 90, St. Michael, Mulvane, April 23.
MALACHE
Carlos, St. Mary Cathedral, April 24.
MONTY
Margaret “Evelyn,” 86, St. Joseph, Wichita, April 24.
PRUITT
Kimberly Mary, 57, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, April 24.
POOLE
Dr. Bernard T., M.D., “Barney,” 78, Church fo the Magdalen, Wichita, April 25.
LUVEANO
Maria, 90, St. Patrick, Parsons, April 27.
SCHWARTZ
William George “Bill,” 74, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 27.

Sr. Victorine dies March 28 at 99

Sister Victorine Buser, 99, died Monday, March 28, in Wichita.
A Mass of Christian Burial for Sr. Victorine was celebrated Tuesday, April 5. Interment was in Mt. St. Mary Convent Cemetery.
She was born in Wichita on March 19, 1917, the youngest of four children of Anthony F. and Catherine Schmitz Buser, and given the name Marcella Mary at baptism. Her elementary education was at the Cathedral Grade School in Wichita and she completed high school at Mt. St. Scholastica Academy in Atchison. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Pittsburg State University with additional course work in school administration and music from De Paul University in Chicago, Creighton University in Omaha, and Wichita State University.
Sister Victorine was received into the Sisters of St. Joseph of Wichita on March 19, 1936, professing her final vows Aug. 14, 1941. Her ministry career began as a substitute music teacher at St. Paul High School in St. Paul followed by several years of orchestra and choral teaching at St. Mary of the Plains Academy in Dodge City.
Until 1975 she taught at several elementary schools in the dioceses of Wichita and Dodge City and was in administration/counseling at diocesan high schools in Pittsburg, St. Paul, Parsons, Wichita, Hutchinson, and Kansas City, Kansas.
In 1975 Sister Victorine was missioned to Kyoto, Japan, where she taught English conversation and speech at Notre Dame Women’s College, Seibo Women’s Junior College in Fushimi, as well as private students at the convent in Ryoanji.
She also shared her music ministry, playing the organ for weddings, school events and teaching private students.
Upon her return to the United States in 2004, she took up residence at Mt. St. Mary Convent until September 2015. New construction at the convent required her to move one final time, ending her days at the Wichita Center of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Sisters of St. Joseph Dear Neighbor Ministries, 3700 E. Lincoln, Wichita, KS 67218.

Kansas priest known for his books on prayer, spirituality dies at age 84

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CNS) – Father Edward M. Hays, a priest of the Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kansas, and a prolific author of books on prayer and spirituality, died April 3 at St. Luke’s Hospice in Kansas City. He was 84.
Father Hays severely injured his head in a fall in his home March 28, according to information in a blog posting at www.edwardhays.com.
A funeral Mass for Father Hays was celebrated April 8 at St. Joseph Church in Leavenworth, Kansas, by Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, followed by burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Leavenworth.
“Death is integral to ongoing evolution and its doorway to new life,” Father Hays wrote in a March 23 blog post, which would turn out to be his last. “Easter celebrates that death releases us from our human limitations to experience the freedom of the unlimited, unrestrained boundless new existence with an entirely innovative relationship to life and the entire star staggering cosmos.
“This new Easter existence is beyond the feeble comprehension of our small human minds,” he continued. “Only our imaginations can create a teeny glimmer of the utter magnificence of this new life of living in communion with everyone and everything. Each of us this moment is an unfinished creation awaiting the process of being fully created into our personal Good Friday and Easter.”
He added, “On our fateful day, like the dying Jesus we will plunge into oneness in the mystery of life, God, with all the earth and the cosmos of billions of galaxies.”
He was born Sept. 8, 1931, in Lincoln, Nebraska, the son of Thomas and Margaret (Nye) Hays. He was educated by the Benedictine monks at Conception Abbey in Missouri, where he completed his undergraduate work and theological studies.
He was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Kansas City May 31, 1958. He was an associate pastor at Christ the King Church in Kansas City and Assumption Church in Topeka, Kansas. In 1964, he became pastor at St. Dominic Church in Holton, Kansas.
After a year’s sabbatical in 1971, he became founding director of the Shantivanam Archdiocesan House of Prayer, now Christ’s Peace House of Prayer, in Easton, Kansas.

Obituaries, April 15, 2016

HOPKINS
Laura Carolyn (Bauer), 90, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, March 20.
VOTH
Virginia Delores, 88, St. Mary, Newton, March 21.
POPE
Cheryl L., 65, Holy Savior, Wichita, March 22.
REILLY
David T., 74, All Saints, Wichita, March 23.
WILBERT
Lloyd J., 88, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 24.
WINKLER
Mary Ann (Seiwert), 72, St. Jude, Wichita, March 25.
BARLOW
Vincent J., 77, Pond Creek, Oklahoma, formerly of St. Mary, Derby, March 25.
BURGARDT
Cletus T., 87, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, March 26.
LLAMAS
Guadalupe, Jr., 72, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, March 26.
SCHMIDT
Irma Santiago, 69, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, March 26.
BENDER
Dorothy L., 81, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 28.
GRIFFITHS
Celestine M., 82, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, March 28.
SHEAHAN
James Patrick, 85, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, March 28.
NGUYEN
Van Thi, 86, St. Anthony, Wichita, March 29.
PALMER
Bonnie Jean, 92, St. Mary, Newton, March 29.
SEIDL
Mary (VanLeeuwen), 79, St. Patrick, Chanute, March 29.
RAPLE
Mercedes Catherine (Stockemer), 92, St. Joseph, Andale, March 31.
ORTH-SCHUSTER
Erma M., 79, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 31.
TERNES
Aloysius “Wish,” 85, St. Joseph, Conway Springs, March 31.
La FORGE
Gladys Marks, 93, St. Patrick, Parsons, April 2.
HUGHES
Barbara Anne, 84, All Saints, Wichita, April 3.
JOHNSON
Everett W., 86, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 3.
KELLEY
James Peter, III, 69, St. Anthony, Wichita, April 4.
KOEHLER
Pauline K., 78, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, April 4.
OLIVERSON
Cecilia “Esther,” 90, St. Joseph, Wichita, April 4.
ZUERCHER
William Joseph, 82, St. Mary, Newton, April 4.
PICKRELL
Patricia Anne, 67, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, April 5.

Obituaries, April 1, 2016

THOM
Eugene P. “Gene,” 81, St. John, El Dorado, March 9.
CREMIN
Michael Francis, 77, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 10.
ARELLANO
Helen, 92, St. Anne, Wichita, March 11.
SWARTZ
Mona Lisa, 65, St. Anne, Wichita, March 11.
WELDON
William Bernard, 79, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 11.
BELMEAR
Ida Mary, 84, St. Martin, Caldwell, March 12.
DICK
Bernice Irene, 85, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 12.
DROUHARD
Bonnie, 95, Catholic Care Center, Wichita, March 12.
JOHNSON
Patrick Bryan, 47, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, March 12.
KELSEY
Eugene R. “Gene,” 67, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, March 12.
LE
Tuan Van, 61, St. Anthony, Wichita, March 12.
OLSEN
Bill E., 74, St. John Nepomucene, Pilsen, March 12.
MURPHY
Addison Charlotte, infant daughter of Brian Murphy and Bridgette Blanton, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, March 13.
WINKELMAN
Dennis N., 42, St. Anthony, Wellington, March 13.
OWENS
Raymond Joseph, 59, St. Anne, Wichita, March 14.
TOWLER
Julia Yanez, 83, St. Patrick, Parsons, March 14.
MORRIS
Gregory Roy, 29, Holy Spirit Parish, Goddard, March 15.
GEORGE
Richard H. “Dick,” St. Jude, Wichita, March 15.
TOVAR-SAWYER
Ruth, 68, Holy Name, Winfield, March 15.
FARRAN
Ilse E., 94, St. Patrick, Parsons, March 16.
CAMPA
Mary, 93, Christ the King, Wichita, March 18.
MYERS
Marlene A., 78, Sacred Heart, Arkansas City, March 20.
RILEY
Dennis “Rile,” 60, Pretty Prairie, March 20.
ROBERTS
Thomas Christopher, 64, St. Andrew, Independence, March 20.
JOHNSTON
Jerry, 79, All Saints, Wichita, March 21.
PELTZER
William C., DDS, 93, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 21.
DESMARTEAU
Duane, 79, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, March 22.
FINN
Marguerite “Marge,” 89, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, March 22.