Obituaries, May 4, 2018

POLLMILLER
Terri Ann, 62, St. Patrick, Parsons, April 8.
ACOSTA
David Alan, 56, St. Anne, Wichita, April 9.
KEAZER
Jack L., 80, Mulvane, April 11.
KLEIN
Matthew, 76, St. Mary, Derby, April 12.
WINKLER
Darlene F., 82, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, April 12.
GARCIA
Ruben, 68, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, April 13
HELLWIG
JoEllen (Niegsch), 70, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, April 13.
SANBORN
Wanda Szymborski, 94, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, April 13.
FRISKEL
Elizabeth Ann “Betty,” 85, St. John, Iola, April 14.
JARMER
Mary Lou, 90, St. Leo, St. Leo, April 14.
SIGG
Carl J., 87, St. Joseph, Ost, April 15.
FOSTER
Charlotte A., 83, All Saints, Wichita, April 16.
MUNROE
Guy G., 77, All Saints, Wichita, April 16.
HOLINDE
Kenneth J., 88, St. Cecilia, Haysville, April 17.
SMARSH
Mary Lou (Schauf), 91, St. Joseph, Ost, April 17.
ALONZO
Roland, 65, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, April 19.
DREHER
Darren Eugene, 50, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, April 19.
MATZEK
Fred F., 95, Sacred Heart, Halstead, April 19.
OLSON
Susan Frances, 44, St. Patrick, Kingman, April 19.
SIGG
Joan Sylvia (Gresl), 85, St. Joseph, Andale, April 19.
CAMARGO
Rosa Palacioz “Rosie,” 90, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, April 20.
RODRIGUEZ
Ruben, 79, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, April 20.
HUSCHKA
Glenda LeAnn, 65, St. Joseph, McPherson, April 21.
CASANOVA
Carmelo Brentlee, 12, St. Mary Cathedral, Wichita, April 22.
SWEATT
Robert Ray, Jr., 73, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, April 22.
CABALLERO
Nocolasa (Hernandez) Gonzalez, 101, St. Patrick, Wichita, April 23.
RUIZ
Arnoldo, 54, Sacred Heart, Arkansas City, April 24.
REGER
Christina, 91, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, April 25.

Sister Prudentia Nelson dies April 5 at 92

Sister Prudentia (Mary Arlene) Nelson, 92, died Thursday, April 5, in Marian Hall of Mt. St. Mary Convent, in Wichita.
A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Wednesday, April 11, at the convent, located at 3700 E. Lincoln in Wichita.
Mary Arlene Nelson was born on Aug. 19, 1925, in Denis, Kansas, to Roy A. and Marie (Fiechtal) Nelson. She was the second child in a family of four girls and two boys raised on a dairy farm in Labette County.
While her education began in a country school, the family later moved to a farm near Humboldt where she completed her elementary and high school education. During those years she was heavily involved in 4H and served for a time as a temporary 4-H county agent for Allen County.
After high school she attended Iola Junior College for a year then taught for three years in DeWitt and Humboldt before returning to K-State on a 4-H scholarship. In September 1948 she entered the Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph in Wichita, making her final profession in 1954.
Sister Prudentia taught in both public and Catholic schools in Kansas. Her longest tenure was from 1969 to 1993 at Colgan High School in Pittsburg where she taught a variety of Home Economics classes along with Religion, Health and Biology.
Even as a semi-retired teacher beginning in 1993, when she moved to Mt. St. Mary’s Convent in Wichita, she taught English as a Second Language, GED and religion classes, tutored, and was involved with immigration and refugee services.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Leona Nelson and Margaret Hess, and one brother, James Nelson. Survivors include her sister Anna Ford, brother Robert Nelson, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions in her name may be made to Dear Neighbor Ministries, StepStone, or to the Retirement Fund of the Sisters of St. Joseph, 3700 E. Lincoln, Wichita, KS 67218.

Richard Eckberg, the father of Fr. Eckberg, passes away April 6

Richard L. Eckberg, 92, the father of Father Joseph Eckberg, pastor of St. Mary Parish Derby-Rose Hill, died April 6.

Services were held Thursday, April 12, at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Wichita.

Mr. Eckberg was born on July 9, 1925, in Bellingham, Washington. A veteran of World War II, he worked for an insurance company until 1952 when he joined the FBI. He served the bureau in Washington, D. C., Denver, Minneapolis, Sioux Falls, Kansas City, and Wichita.

His wife of nearly 69 years, Jannette M. (Novak), preceded him in death.

Other children include Timothy and Thomas, and Mary Kay Rott, all of Wichita; Christina Norell, of Finlayson, Minnesota; 13 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.

He was buried in the Resurrection Cemetery Mausoleum in Wichita.

Obituaries, April 20, 2018

ALKIRE
Charlotte Jean, 78, Sacred Heart, Halstead, March 26.
FUHR
Letizia, 95, All Saints, Wichita, March 27.
FUHRMAN
George Leroy, 81, St. John, Iola, March 27.
TOSCHI
Jack Leonard, 73, St. Joseph, Arma, March 27.
CAUDILLO
Gloria, 75, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, March 28.
KOTRBA
Stan, 87, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 28.
MILLER
Josephine (Irsik), 101, St. Joseph, Wichita, March 28.
JACOBS
Elsie, 93, St. Mary, Oxford, March 29.
SCHNEWEIS
Francis Theodore, 81, St. Patrick, Wichita, March 29.
SPADE
Darrell L., 74, St. Leo, St. Leo, March 29.
GREEN
Ralph D., 75, Immaculate Conception, Danville, March 30.
HARDISON
Patty, 82, St. Cecilia, Haysville, March 30.
JACOBS
Evelyn Kletchka (Orth), 94, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, March 30.
KLECK
Betty Jane (King), 81, St. Louis, Waterloo, March 30.
BEACHNER
Stacie René, 35, St. Francis, St. Paul, March 31.
MAYER
Rayburn P., 85, St. Peter, Schulte, April 1.
MAZUR
Alyce M., 63, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, April 1.
URBAN
Eugene “Gene,” St. Anne, Wichita, April 1.
HERMES
John Benjamin, 74, St. Joseph, Andale, April 2.
THIMMESCH
Clarence A. (Tim/Bud), Sacred Heart, Colwich, April 2.
BRYANT
John P., 75, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, April 3.
ISON
Rosalie Lucille, 91, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, April 3.
McCORD
Wilbur Henry “Jim,” 83, Holy Name, Coffeyville, April 3.
McGUIRE
Naomi Werne, 81, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, April 3.
RICHARDS
Maxine Marie (Sorell), 93, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, April 3.
WILBERT
Virginia H., 100, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, April 5.
BETZEN
Wallburga “Lollie,” 98, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, April 6.
ECKBERG
Richard Lawrence, 92, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, April 6.
KERN
Norma Jean, 91, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, April 6.
MILLER-LANDIS
Lorene W., 95, St. Mary, Derby, April 6.
SCHWAIGER
Bernice H. (Faber), 88, Sacred Heart, Colwich, April 6.
BAUGH
Bill D., 64, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, April 7.
BURGARDT
James Marion, 89, All Saints, Wichita, April 7.
GIRRENS
John J., Jr., 91, St. Mark, St. Mark, April 7.
HILL
Sharon Lee, 80, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, April 7.
DOWNING
Richard W. “Dick,” 84, Sacred Heart, Anthony, April 8.
O’BRIEN
John Dennis, 84, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, April 8.
SMITH
Roger Allen, 76, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, April 8.
McMURPHY
Virginia L., 80, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, April 9.

Obituaries, April 6, 2018

SORENSON
Vivian (Webb), 64, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, Feb. 21.
TRETHEWAY
Kathryn Ann “Kop,” 63, St. Michael, Mulvane, Feb. 21.
MOSES
Douglas J. “Doug,” 71, St. Patrick, Parsons, March 6.
KUHN
Angela RaNee “Angie,” 48, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, March 7.
DOMME
Richard L., 74, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, March 9.
KLENDA
Jacqualin Joleen “Jackie,” 72, St. Patrick, Wichita, March 9.
HERVEY
Clare Madelin (Ziegler), 98, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 10.
HINKLE
Patty, 77, St. Patrick, Chanute, March 10.
JOHNSON
Joseph Ray, Jr., “Sonny,” 83, St. Patrick, Parsons, March 10.
MARTINEZ
Johnny Stephen, 67, St. Anne, Wichita, March 10.
SIMON
Matthew, 28, St. Michael, Mulvane, March 10.
CARNEY
Rita M. (Riebenspies), 90, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, March 11.
SPIGARELLI
Josephine Marie, 96, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, March 11.
HILL
Bernadette “Betty,” 76, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, March 12.
KLINE
Phyllis (Thorpe), 87, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, March 12.
UBER
Roberta Elaine (Penrod) “Birdie,” 73, St. Bridget, Scammon, March 12.
BANSEMER
Maria Da La Luz, 90, St. Anthony-St. Rose, Wellington, March 14.
SCHOONOVER
Mary L., 80, St. Paul, Lyons, March 14.
BOLIN
Ralph D., 82, St. Mark, St. Mark, March 15.
CHANCE
Marjorie (Westwood) “Marge,” 93, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, March 15.
LINNEBUR
Donald William, 90, Sacred Heart, Colwich, March 15.
RUIZ
Mathilda “Tillie,” 86, Holy Name, Winfield, March 15.
HILL
John H., 89, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, March 16.
GUNZELMAN
Leo, 62, St. Jude, Wichita, March 17.
MICHELS
Lois Jane, 84, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, March 17.
MOYER
Billy Gene, 91, St. Mary, Derby, March 17.
WILKINS
Robert Austin, Sr., 75, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 17.
REED
Mary Leone (Lee), 85, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, March 18.
SMITHEY
Mary M., 80, St. John, Zenda, March 18.
HOSFORD
Kylie Sue, 22, Christ the King, Wichita, March 19.
THUMMEL
Lena C., 88, St. John, Iola, March 19.
GRONER
Charles Warren, 91, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, March 20.
KENNEDY
Thomas, 79, Christ the King, Wichita, March 20.
JOHNSTON
Jean M., 98, St. Patrick, Parsons, March 21.
ROEDER
Wilbur L., 100, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, March 22.
JAMES
Elizabeth “Beth,” 85, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, March 23.
BYRNE
Jane B., 93, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, March 24.
COLEMAN
Jimmie Allen, 75, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, March 24.
SIMON
Lawrence M., 97, Sacred Heart, Colwich, March 25.
SHORT
Larry, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, March 26.

Obituaries, March 16, 2018

ORTIZ
Luis, 95, St. Patrick, Chanute, Jan. 3.
GUTIERREZ
Bill Joe, 75, St. Patrick, Chanute, Jan. 4.
BUTLER
Betty, 91, St. Patrick, Chanute, Jan. 14.
HARNER
Frank, 94, St. Patrick, Chanute, Jan. 14.
GARCIA
Roman Moya, 91, St. Patrick, Chanute, Jan. 31.
IBANGA
Benedict Dunstan, Holy Savior, Wichita, Feb. 11.
O’ROURKE
Tony, 80, St. Patrick, Chanute, Feb. 12.
WHITEHAIR
Mary Jane, 65, St. Mary, Derby, Feb. 18.
THAW
Jermaine “J.J.,” 45, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Feb. 19.
ORTH
Margaret (Kyle), 81, St. Joseph, Conway Springs, Feb. 21.
ROHR
Ricky L., St. Anne, Wichita, Feb. 21.
SHAW
Inger Elizabeth (Pyles), 60, Holy Savior, Wichita, Feb. 21.
STORER
Marlene, 69, St. John, Clonmel, Feb. 21.
TRETHEWAY
Katheryn Ann “Kop,” 63, St. Michael, Mulvane, Feb. 21.
GERBER
Charles W., 99, St. Patrick, Kingman, Feb. 22.
PADFIELD
Brian, 38, St. Anthony, Wichita, Feb. 22.
SANDOVAL
Esperanza “Hope,” 92, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Feb. 23.
HICKEY
Teresa Louise, 85, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Feb. 27.
GRUBE
Elizabeth A. “Betty,” 89, Christ the King, Wichita, Feb. 28.
COCHRAN
Misty Michelle, 39, Holy Name, Winfield, March 1.
ROSENHAMER
William J., 90, St. Joseph, Wichita, March 1.
CRAVENS
Mary Ann, 82, St. Joseph, Wichita, March 2.
HAEN
Mary Mildred, 97, St. Martin, Piqua, March 2.
KELLEY
Christina (Smithhisler), 93, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, March 3.
LUTZ
Richard, 87, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, March 3.
STOVER
James E., 71, St. Joseph, Humboldt, March 3.
AYLWARD
Robert Paul “Bob,” 99, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 4.
EVANS
Solomon Aaron “Sol,” 84, St. Joseph, Yates Center, March 4.
MEANS
Jerry Dean, 68, Christ the King, Wichita, March 4.
MORRIS
Wilma Gene, 101, Holy Name, Coffeyville, March 4.
ANGERON
Maxim R. “Max,” 74, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, March 6.
RODRIGUEZ
Venancio “Benny,” 93, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, March 6.
CURRAN
Gloria Rae, 78, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, March 7.
WESTHOFF
Elizabeth Ann “Betty,” 80, St. Francis, St. Paul, March 8.

Former editor of the Catholic Advance dies in California at 93

Donald G. McClane, former director of religious education for the Diocese of Wichita and editor of the Catholic Advance, died Feb. 12 in Clovis, California, at the age of 93.
McClane was born in Paterson, New Jersey, in 1924, the third of the four children of Joseph L. and Teresa A. McClane. He served in the army during World War II, during which he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. His father was an aeronautical engineer, and McClane initially pursued a similar career, earning a degree in engineering at the University of Notre Dame. While employed at the John A. Roebling’s Sons Company in New Jersey, he met Georgia Meszaros, whom he married in 1952. Later he worked at the Thiokol Corporation in northern Utah.
In 1964, he abandoned his engineering career to study in the Institute of Lay Theology at the University of San Francisco. He subsequently served as director of religious education in Blessed Sacrament and the Cathedral parishes in Wichita for three years.
In 1968, he moved to northern Virginia and joined the staff of Triumph magazine, eventually becoming publisher. He also edited the Catholic Currents newsletter.
He returned to the Diocese of Wichita in 1973, where he was appointed the first diocesan lay director of religious education in the country. During his tenure, he strove to ensure that Catholic teaching was strictly orthodox at every level throughout the diocese. Later he added editorship of the Catholic Advance to his duties.
In 1985, McClane served as president of Catholics United for the Faith, then in New York. Two years later he joined one of his Triumph colleagues in a business in Virginia, remaining there after his retirement. He and Georgia later moved to California, where his daughter supervised his care.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Joseph, sisters Elizabeth Hadorn and Mary Ruth McClane, and daughter Maureen Fogle.
He is survived by wife Georgia, sons Donald, Jr., and Matthew, and daughters Eileen Uyeda and Margaret McClane. Services were held in California.

Obituaries, March 2, 2018

DANEK
Martha R. (Sterbenz), 103, All Saints, Wichita, Jan. 19.
BENSON
Mark Robert, 57, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Jan. 20.
GALLARDO
Richardo “Richard,” 89, St. Mary, Moline, Jan. 22.
HERNANDEZ
Jaime Arturo, 24, St. Patrick, Wichita, Jan. 23.
SOTO
Jessica L., 30, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Jan. 23.
ALFARO
Cindy L., 61, St. John, El Dorado, Jan. 25.
CAMPBELL
Douglas C., 33, Holy Savior, Wichita, Jan. 25.
MILLER
Dolores Louise, 89, St. Martin, Piqua, Jan. 25.
NEWELL
Louise Lowella, 83, St. Mary, Derby, Jan. 25.
BLANCHARD
Alesia Diane, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Jan. 26.
FORBES
Carolyn Kay, 78, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Jan. 26.
FORD
Janet K., 59, St. Leo, St. Leo, Jan. 26.
GIRRENS
Leon Francis, 90, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Jan. 27.
ALLEN
John Paul, 72, St. Mary, Derby, Jan. 28.
CAMACHO
Gerald Lopez, 94, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Jan. 28.
HALFMANN
Clarence Dale, 82, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Jan. 28.
HIRSCHLER
Danny “Dan,” 78, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Jan. 28.
HOFER
Francis William “Bill,” 89, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Jan. 28.
SIGWING
Mary Ruth (Courtney), 81, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, Jan. 28.
BUSSE
Roma (Caruso), 87, St. John, El Dorado, Jan. 29.
MARTIN
Mary Jean, 86, St. Patrick, Parsons, Jan. 29.
VOGEL
Phyllis J., 85, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Jan. 29.
McLESKEY
Edith May, 80, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Jan. 30.
EVANS
Gary Wayne, 79, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Jan. 31.
MEIROSWSKY
John E., 82, St. Mary, Newton, Feb. 1.
RIDDEL
Florence Marie, 98, St. Patrick, Wichita, Feb. 1.
WELLS
Joanne Marie (Youngers), 85, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, Feb. 1.
WEST
Ann (Dunmire) “Margie,” 53, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, Feb. 2.
DUONG
Lac Thi, 99, St. Joseph, Wichita, Feb. 3.
RAISTIN
Mildred L., St. Jude, Wichita, Feb. 4.
REDINGER
Joan, 67, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Feb 4.
SAIZ
Charyl L, 69, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Feb. 4.
SACK
Eizabeth J. “Betty,” 91, St. Patrick, Wichita, Feb. 6.
STEVEN
Richard, Jr., “Rick,” 62, St. Mary, Derby, Feb. 6.
BRACK
Orville Louis, 87, St. Patrick, Harper, Feb. 8.
JIRGENS
Andrejs Talivaldis “Andy,” 72, St. Joseph, Yates Center, Feb. 9.
SIMON
Christopher J., 30, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, Feb. 9.
WISE
Patsy A., 77, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, Feb. 9.
LOOMIS
Tyler Loyd, 25, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Feb. 10.
McCALL
Laurene Eva (Poelma), 95, St. Anne, Wichita, Feb. 10.
ROBERTS
Carter John, 7, St. Mary, Derby, Feb. 11.
HYATT
Angelina Ernestine, 76, St. Anthony-St. Rose, Wellington, Feb. 12.
SWEET
Eileen K., 94, Christ the King, Wichita, Feb. 12.
LUBBERS
Reynolds F. “Butch,” St. Patrick, Kingman, Feb. 13.
TERNES
Doris Emelia (Dugan), 87, Christ the King, Wichita, Feb. 13.
TOON
Ted J., 83, St. Peter, Schulte, Feb. 13.
FLAHERTY
Martha (May), 87, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Feb. 14.
MAHONEY
Juanita Ann (Devore), 89, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Feb. 14.
MINNIS
LaVaughn, 91, Holy Savior, Wichita, Feb. 14.
REALS
John F., Jr., 37, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Feb. 14.
WENDLING
Eugene, 98, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Feb. 14.
GRABER
Rebecca Catherine, 91, Holy Savior, Wichita, Feb. 15.
HUTHCRAFT
Philip M., 92, St. Joseph, Arma, Feb. 15.
MERTENS
Theodore E. “Ted,” 69, All Saints, Wichita, Feb. 15.
WEDMAN
John J., 79, St. Martin, Caldwell, Feb. 15.
CLAEYS
Bryan Seth, 29, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Feb. 16.
DATU
Dioncio Liscano, 84, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Feb. 16.
FULLER
Allen C., 71, Sacred Heart, Arkansas City, Feb. 17.
KNAUP
Joann, 87, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, Feb. 17.
ZIEGLER
Tamara Eileen “Tammy,” 53, St. Patrick, Kingman, Feb. 17.
WHITEHAIR
Mary Jane, 65, St. Mary, Derby, Feb. 18.
PEAK
Howard E., 87, St. Michael, Girard, Feb. 20.

Services for Father Tom Scaletty held Monday

Father Thomas F. Scaletty, 82, a priest of the Diocese of Wichita for 54 years, died Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the Kansas Heart Hospital in Wichita. He was a resident of Humboldt, in Southeast Kansas, where he had lived since his retirement in 2007.
A rosary vigil was prayed Sunday, Feb. 11, and a Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday, Feb. 12, at St. Patrick Church in Parsons. Bishop Carl A. Kemme was the principal celebrant. Father was buried in Calvary Cemetery in Parsons.
Father Scaletty was born on Jan. 27, 1936, in Parsons. He attended St. Mary’s Catholic Elementary School and graduated from Parsons High School. He then graduated from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, where he attended on a golf and basketball scholarship. He then enrolled at Conception Seminary College in Conception, Missouri.
He was ordained on May 25, 1963, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Wichita.
Father Scaletty, known as a “priest’s priest,” served in a wide variety of appointments in his active service for the diocese. He was parochial vicar at St. Teresa Parish in Hutchinson, where he also taught at the high school; and served St. Patrick Parish in Chanute; and Holy Savior Parish, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Christ the King Parish, and All Saints Parish, all in Wichita.
He worked in the Chancery as director of the Office of Missions, later as assistant chancellor, and then as moderator of the Respect Life Office.
He was an instrumental leader in the pro-life movement. During the 1991 Summer of Mercy pro-life protest in Wichita, Fr. Scaletty was arrested, along with several other priests and many laity, outside of an abortion clinic.
He taught at Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School and served as pastor of Church of the Resurrection Parish in Wichita; St. Jude Parish in Wichita; St. Patrick Parish in Chanute; and St. Joseph Parish in Humboldt. He also served as administrator of St. Francis Parish in St. Paul and St. Ambrose Parish in Erie.
Father Scaletty, often accompanied by his beloved pet Boxer dogs, was a superior golf player and won many tournaments.

Obituaries, February 2, 2018

HARTMAN-BRODERICK
Joyce Ann, 84, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Nov. 20.
FOSTER
Sonya L. (Klingsporn), 50, St. Anne, Wichita, Jan. 7.
HENDERSON
Doris J., 78, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Jan. 7.
SELLERS
Rosalind, 97, Holy Savior, Wichita, Jan. 8.
CAMPBELL
Samuel Eugene, 84, St. Peter, Schulte, Jan. 9.
KROUPA
Mary Lou, 87, St. John Nepomucene, Pilsen, Jan. 10.
TANNER
Robert Ray, 41, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, Jan. 10.
EVANS
John Richard, 65, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, Jan. 11.
DEBBRECHT
Margaret Verena (Wegerer), 97, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Jan. 12.
ERKER
Gary Allen, 66, St. Jude, Wichita, Jan. 12.
KASTENS
Dr. James L., 84, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, Jan. 12.
WILLIAMS
Mary Jean (Walker), 78, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Jan. 12.
ECKERMAN
Douglas Keith Patrick, 63, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Jan. 13.
GUGLETA
Stephen L., 93, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, Jan. 13.
LAMPE
Ruth Frances (Koester), 90, St. Martin, Piqua, Jan. 13.
SCHOECH
Elizabeth (Corley) “Betty,” 79, Mother of God, Oswego, Jan. 13.
TROWBRIDGE
Bernice Marie, 85, St. John, Iola, Jan. 13.
WESTHOFF
Eric Michael, 52, St. Francis, St. Paul, Jan. 13.
BOYD
David Lee, 71, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, Jan. 14.
DIAZ-GALVAN
Margarita, 100, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Wichita, Jan. 14.
O’CONNELL
Phyllis Mardelle, 84, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, Jan. 14.
ALBERS
Delores, 91, St. Leo, St. Leo, Jan. 15.
McFARLANE
Walter James “Jim,” 80, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Jan. 15.
ROE
Phyllis Christine (Clancy), 86, Holy Spirit, Goddard, Jan. 15.
ALBERT
Raymond D., 73, St. Joseph, Ost, Jan. 16.
TILLEMANS
Dennis Lee, 61, St. Michael, Mulvane, Jan. 16.
BRANDEWIEDE
Pearl Delores, 86, St. Mary, Newton, Jan. 17.
ZARNOWSKI
Susan Paule, 49, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Jan. 17.
DANEK
Martha K. (Sterbenz), 103, All Saints, Wichita, Jan. 19.
SCHIPPERS
Elmer Carl, 80, St. Jude, Wichita, Jan. 19.
SCHMITZ
Francis Jerome, 92, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Jan. 19.
NOEL
Aubrey Lynn, 17 months, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Jan. 20.
ORR
Marianne, 81, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Jan. 20.
SAENZ
Sarah, 99, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Jan. 20.
MORA
Carlos “Jeep,” 88, All Saints, Wichita, Jan. 21.
PIPER
Agnes Helen, 76, St. Jude, Wichita, Jan. 21.
SCHMEIDLER
Joan L., 86, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, Jan. 21.
MADL
John Robert, 68, Walnut, Jan. 22.
MICHAEL
Robert “Bobby,” 55, St. Michael, Girard, Jan. 22.
WADE
Pat, 86, St. Patrick, Wichita, Jan. 22.
KOCH
Elaine M., 80, Wichita, Jan. 23.
MERRELL
Mary Jo, 78, Sacred Heart, Anthony, Jan. 23.
WINTERS
Theresa Marie, 95, St. Jude, Wichita, Jan. 23.