VAIRA, Margaret Ann

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VOGEL, Albert Junior

b. 26 Mar 1919 - Alfalfa County, Oklahoma

d. 6 Jan 2008 - Wichita, Kansas

From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, January 8, 2008, Submitted by Rachel E. Smith

KIOWA - Albert Junior Vogel, 88, died Jan. 6, 2008, at Kansas Heart Hospital, Wichita.
He was born March 26, 1919, in Alfalfa County, Okla., the son of Albert and Elizabeth Gillig Vogel. He graduated from Kiowa schools. He was a plumber in Denver. After retiring, he moved to Kiowa to live near his family. He served in the U.S. Army Calvary and Army Medical Corps.

Survivors include: a sister, Virginia Scott, Kiowa; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Marguerite Brown and Berniece Spicer; and two brothers, John Vogel and Lawrence R. Vogel.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the United Methodist Church, Kiowa, with Pastor Wayne Stephens presiding. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery following the service. Memorials may be sent to Kiowa Historical Society or the United Methodist Church, in care of Lanman Funeral Home, Kiowa.

KIOWA - Vogel, Albert Junior, died Jan. 6, 2008. Service 11 a.m. Wednesday, United Methodist Church. Survivors: sister, Virginia Scott of Kiowa; many nieces and nephews. Lanman Funeral Home. Published in the Wichita Eagle on 1/8/2008.


VOGEL, Luella Catherine

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VOGEL, Mathilda

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VOTH, Daniel Cornelius

b. 18 Feb 1937

d. 22 Mar 2008 - Newton, Kansas

From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, March 23, 2008, Submitted by Rachel E. Smith

NEWTON - Daniel Cornelius Voth, 71, died March 22, 2008, at Asbury Park, Newton. He was born Feb. 18, 1937.
Daniel married Margaret JESSEPH on June 5, 1960. He loved animals, was good with his hands, especially with woodworking and painting, was thoughtful and caring and an all around nice guy. He was a KU Jayhawks and Washington Redskins fan. Survivors include sons, David, Terry and Daniel; daughters Goldie Ketelbaeter and Spring Tingen; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at Newton First Church of God. Visitation noon to 8 p.m. Monday, with family present from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Broadway Colonial Funeral Home. Memorials are to the Caring Hands Humane Society in care of Broadway Colonial Funeral Home.

NEWTON - Voth, Daniel Cornelius, 71, died March 22, 2008. Visitation noon to 8 p.m. Monday, with family present 6-7:30 p.m., Broadway Colonial Funeral Home. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday, First Christian Church, Newton. Memorials to Caring Hands Humane society, c/o the funeral home. Published in the Wichita Eagle on 3/23/2008.

NEWTON - Voth, Daniel Cornelius, 71, died March 22, 2008. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Newton First Church of God. Survivors: sons, David, Terry, Daniel Jr.; daughters, Goldie Ketelboeter, Spring Tingen; sisters, Ella Wiebe, Lois Slender; brother, Harold; 15 grandchildren. Broadway Colonial Funeral Home. Published in the Wichita Eagle on 3/25/2008.


VOTH, Eva Marie

b. 31 May 31, 1917 - Elyria, Kansas

d. 15 Apr 2008 - Hutchinson, Kansas

From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Thursday, April 17, 2008, Submitted by Rachel E. Smith

Eva Marie Neufeld, 90, died April 15, 2008, at Thorne Care Center, Hutchinson. She was born May 31, 1917, at Elyria, the daughter of David C. and Carolina Stucky Voth. Living in Hutchinson since 1958, she has worked as a cook at Morgan School. On Nov. 10, 1935, she married Abraham NEUFELD at Moundridge. He passed away on Sept. 2, 2003. She was a member of the First Mennonite Church, Hutchinson.
Survivors include: son, Ronald and wife Lois, of Andover; daughter, Rhonda Sue Cavanaugh and husband Tom of Hutchinson; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by one son, Donald, in infancy; two daughters, Gloria and Carolene, both in infancy; two grandsons, David Neufeld and Douglas Neufeld; two brothers, Ervin and Earl, two sisters, Eleanor Zerger and Aletha Voth.
Graveside services will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Hopfield Cemetery, rural Moundridge, with a Memorial Service to follow at 11 a.m. Friday at First Mennonite Church, Hutchinson, with Pastor Miles Reimer and Chaplain Art Maddock presiding. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today at Buhler Mortuary, Buhler. Memorials may be sent to either First Mennonite Church or Hospice Care of Kansas in care of Buhler Mortuary, 120 N. Main, Buhler, KS 67522.

HUTCHINSON - Neufeld, Eva Marie, 90, died April 15, 2008. Graveside service 9:30 a.m. Friday, Hopefield Cemetery, Moundridge; memorial service 11 a.m. Friday, First Mennonite Church, Hutchinson. Survivors: son, Ronald; daughter, Rhonda Sue Cavanaugh; 3 grandchildren. Buhler Mortuary, Buhler. Published in the Wichita Eagle on 4/17/2008.


VOTH, Harley John

b. 25 Apr 1924 - Murdock, Kansas

d. 31 Dec 2007 - Wichita, Kansas

From Wichita Eagle - Tuesday, January 2, 2008, Submitted by Rachel E. Smith

Voth, Harley John, passed away December 31, 2007. Harley was born April 25, 1924, in Murdock, Kansas to John C. Voth and Leah Stucky Voth. He spent his early years on his father's Kingman county farm with brothers, Virlon, Orie and Dean Voth; sisters, Edna (Cook), Thelma (Hallmark) Ellen (Holman) & Shirley (Maxwell). He attended and graduated Murdock High School in 1942. He met Geraldine A. GRIEVING, a farm girl from St. Leo, KS. In1944, they married and later that year he joined the military. During WWII he was stationed in Maui, Hawaii, attended University of Hawaii and received his commission as an US Army Counter Intelligence Corps Officer. Returning stateside he and Gerry built several houses, lived in Cheney, Hutchinson, Norwich, and finally settled in Wichita, KS. During this time they had 4 children, Randy, Jane, Mary Leah & Joseph. Geraldine preceded him in death in August of 2002 after 58 years together. Harley owned and operated a Ford Dealership in Norwich, KS for several years and later moved his family to suburban Wichita where he pursued a long and successful career in real estate and development. He was a natural born salesman and through his real estate dealings became very well known in the Wichita community. He dearly loved the rural lifestyle, spending time on his several ranch properties with his friends and family. His rural neighbors paused when they heard Voth family laughter breaking the silence of the Elk county hills hollering "REBEL YELL". Harley enjoyed the real estate business right up to departing; intent on never retiring. He married Dorothy JANSSENS of Derby, KS in November of 2005 where together, they enjoyed their shared love of the Orthodox Church, traveling to Cape Cod and both their families. Harley Voth was a special man who truly loved life and was truly loved. Visitation will be from 2-5 pm Wednesday at Culbertson-Smith Mortuary. Services will be held at St. Mary Orthodox Church, 344 S. Martinson, Wichita. Trisagion service is Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Funeral service is 10 am on Thursday. Interment follows at Kingman Mennonite Cemetery. A reception will follow the graveside service at the Mennonite Church in Kingman on Highway 14. Survivors: Wife Dorothy Janssen Voth. Sons, Randall J. Voth, Mazatlan, MX, Joseph C. & Crystal E. Voth, Berryton, KS. Daughters, Mary Leah E. & James B. Read, Ardmore, OK; Janie K. & Gary L. Fritzler, El Dorado, KS. Step-children William P. (Brenda) Romenius, Thomas J. Romenius & Rosemary & James Kallail. Grandsons, John C. Voth, Goddard, KS, Jeb Stuart & Nicole Voth, Ft Worth, TX; Harrison B. Read, Hunter J. Read, Ardmore, OK; Thomas R. Ward, Jr., Berryton, KS. Granddaughters: Ann Katherine & Michael Francis Rudy, Wichita, KS, Leah E. Read, Ardmore, OK, Erin E. Ward, Lawrence, KS. Great-Grandchildren: Gabriel Voth, Goddard, KS, Lauren K., Matthew L., & Ella E. Rudy, Ashlyn & Clara Voth & Tucker R. Thompson. Nieces & Nephews: David Voth, Jay Voth, DeAnn Voth Nelson, Gary (Theo) Voth, Cheney; Terry (Paula) Voth, Brad Peters, Kimberly Peters, and Sam Maxwell, as well as, many other nieces and nephews. Published in the Wichita Eagle on 1/2/2008.