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MEHLING, August Dean
b. 11 Jan 1934 - Huntley, Wyoming
d. 23 Jun 2010 - Bloomington, California
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - June 28 to June 30, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Calif, - August Dean Mehling, passed away June 23, 2010. Born Jan. 11, 1934, in Huntley, Wyo. Survivors include his wife Margaret; children, Gerald, Richard and wife Sherry, Bill, and Scott; sisters, Rachel Hartung, Esther and Jake Hartung, Mary Austin, and Ruth Headley; and six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, Jacob and Molly and siblings, Annie, Jacob Jr., Harold, Ben, Molly Dillman, and Martha Schleagle.
MEIER, Josephine R.
b. 2 Sep 1922
d. 4 Dec 2010
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Sunday, December 5, 2010
HAYS - Josephine R. "Jo" Riedel, 88, died Dec. 4, 2010. Born Sept. 2, 1922, to Fred and Mary Miller Meier. Married ALBERT RIEDEL Oct. 11, 1947. He survives with sons, Bert and Drew; daughters, Mary Jo and Jomarie; foster daughter, Carol; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
MEIER, Josephine R.
b. 2 Sep 1922 - Seguin, Kansas
d. 4 Dec 2010 - Hays, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Sunday, December 5, 2010
Josephine R. "Jo" Riedel, 88, Hays, died Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010. Born Sept. 2, 1922, in Seguin, to Fred and Mary (Miller) Meier. Married ALBERT "AL" RIEDEL on Oct. 11, 1947. She was appointed by Gov.Docking as the first women to the Kansas Credit Union Council for a three year term. She volunteered at the Ellis County Historical Society and a lifetime member of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. Survivors include her husband, Albert "Al" Riedel, of the home; two sons, Bert Riedel and wife, Lisa (Bird), Andale, Drew Riedel and wife, Connie (Ochs), Hays; two daughters, Mary Jo Oringderff and husband, Richard, Bakersfield, Calif., Jomarie Riedel, Hays; a foster daughter, Carol (Dreiling) Richmeier and husband, Jerry, Grand Junction, Colo.; nine grandchildren, Lisa, Chris, Anne, Bret, Ross, John, Georgia, Summer and Steven; and seven great-grandchildren.
MEIER, Lenora C.
Parents from Dreispitz, Russia
b. 29 Jun 1917 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
d. 21 Jul 2010 - Walla Walla, Washington
From Obituary Records
Lenora C. Cox - June 29, 1917 - July 21, 2010 - WALLA WALLA - Lenora C. Cox, 93, died Wednesday, July 21,2010. Born June 29, 1917, in Shattuck, Okla., to Gottfried D. and Anna E. Klein Meier. Married AL COX in 1939. Survived by son Melvyn Cox of Aurora; brothers Marvin Meier of Tigard and Irvin Meier of Hillsboro; sister Edna Brown of California; one granddaughter; and numerous nieces and nephews.
MEIER, Margaret L. (Hoffman)
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MEIER, Marie C. (Fiorelli)
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b. 21 Jan 1918 - Minatare, Nebraska
d. 14 Jun 2010 - Bayard, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff,NE - June 17 to June 19, 2010
Mary Stobel, 92, of Scottsbluff, died Monday, June 14, 2010, at Chimney Rock Villa in Bayard.
Born Jan. 21, 1918 in Minatare to Henry and Julie (Eckardt) Meier. Married HENRY STOBEL September 13, 1937. Survivors include her daughters, Janice Meisner, Thornton, Colo., Betty Ott, Gering, Luci (Dennis) Molko, Meridian, Idaho, Kathi (Gary) Tuck, Omaha, Pam (Bob) Winters, Castle Rock, Colo.; sons, Gary (Cora) Stobel, New Bern, N.C., Alvin (Diana) Stobel, Aurora, Colo., Jim (Judy) Stobel, Aurora, Colo., Marvin (Jackie) Stobel, Aurora, Colo. and Stan (Deb) Stobel, Gering; 28 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband Henry, three sisters, three brothers, two grandsons and a great-granddaughter.
MEIER, Olinda (Winter)
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MEIER, Paula l. Korte (Coover)
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MEIER, Ruthe C.
b, 27 Sep 1927 - McGrew, Nebraska
d. 9 Oct 2010 - Grand Island, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - October 13 to October 15, 2010
GRAND ISLAND - Ruthe C. Keeley, 83, passed away Oct. 9, 2010. Born Sept. 27, 1927, in McGrew the youngest daughter of Walter and Evelyn Meier. Married ROGER J. KEELEY. Roger died in 2007.
Ruthe will be dearly missed by her children, Colleen and husband Rod Schmidt of Grand Island; Tim and wife Marilyn of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mary and husband Mike Herring of Lincoln; Tricia and husband Dave Dunn of Lincoln; and Kevin and wife Mary Ellen of Omaha; and by grandchildren, Daniel Keeley of Milwaukee, Julie Keeley of Portland, Ore., Ryan Schmidt and wife Joni of Lincoln, Kellie Cetak and husband Kory of Lexington, Keeley Dunn and husband Jon Russell of Minneapolis, Molly Dunn of Lincoln, Kiley Herring and husband John Ohly of McLean, Va., Katie Herring of Houston, Texas, Jonathan and James Keeley of Omaha; and five-and-a-half great-grandchildren Abbie, Collin and Cian Schmidt and Kayleigh, Kennedy and "Bob" Cetak to whom she was "Grandma Rooie." She also loved her grand dogs Bo, Bennie, Toby and Max, and great-grand dogs Maddie, Milly and Fiona. Preceded by her parents, her husband Roger, her sisters June and Addie Lou, her brother Claude.
MEIS, Frederick G.
b. 11 Dec 1920 - Yocemento
d. 27 Jan 2010 - Hays, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Friday, January 29, 2010
Frederick G. "Fritz" Meis, 89, Hays, died Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Born Dec. 11, 1920, in Yocemento to Anton F. And Mary M. (Pfeifer) Meis. Survivors include a sister, Lucille Davis, Great Bend; his special friend, Elouise Miller, Hays; several nephews and nieces; and several great-nephews and great-nieces.
MEISNER, Emilie (Haun)
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MELCHER, Edwin Louis
b. 27 Dec 1931 - Yoder
d. 22 Sep 2010 - Cheyenne, Wyoming
From Wyoming Tribune-Eagle of Cheyenne, WY - September 23, 2010
Edwin L. Melcher - 1931-2010 - Edwin Louis Melcher, 78, of Wheatland died Sept. 22 (2010) in Cheyenne. Born Dec. 27, 1931, at Yoder, the son of Henry and Anna (Schanaman) Melcher. Interment in the Wheatland Cemetery.
MENDOZA, Donna Klassen (Steinle)
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b. 3 May 1916 - Phillips County, Kansas
d. 4 Feb 2010 - Phillipsburg, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Saturday, February 6, 2010
Hilda Miller, 93, Phillipsburg, died Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010. Born May 3, 1916, in Phillips County to Henry and Kathrine (Krafft) Merklein. Married ELLSWORTH "MIKE" MILLER on June 2, 1937, in Stuttgart. He preceded her in death May 9, 1998. Survivors include two sons, Eldon "Butch" Miller, Stuttgart, and Lannie Miller, Lake View, Iowa; a daughter, Shirley Vanderplas, Phillipsburg; nine grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by two great-grandchildren.
b. 18 Dec 1922 - Minatare, Nebraska
d. 28 Jan 2010 - Gering, Nebraska
From Jolliffe Funeral Home Obituaries - January 28, 2010
and The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - from January 30 to February 1, 2010
Elsie Harimon, 87, passed away January 28th at Gering, NE. Born December 18, 1922 at Minatare, to Henry and Magdalena (Roth) Meter. Married GEORGE HARIMON December 21, 1941. Survived by her sons and their wives Keith and Nancy Harimon of Valley Center, Kansas and Tim and Linda Harimon of Scottsbluff. Granddaughters Alison Harimon and fiancée Brett Denison of Lomita, California; Jocelyn Harimon Schwab and Daniel Schwab of Weimar, Germany; and Tracy and Michael Warner of San Antonio, Texas. Great-granddaughters Hayden and Riley Warner of San Antonio. Survived by brothers Reiny, Robert, Henry Jr., Ted and Richard Meter; sisters Marie Miller, Minnie Carter, Paulyne Langhofer, Betty Rupp, and Darlene Robertus. Preceded in death were her husband George, infant son Jimmie Duane, and sister Lydia Bangert.
b. 13 Mar 1921 - Minatare, Nebraska
d. 9 Nov 2010 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - November 13 to November 15, 2010
BAYARD - Marie Miller, 89, died Tuesday, November 09, 2010, in Scottsbluff. Born on March 13, 1921, in Minatare to Henry and Lena (Roth) Meter. Married GEORGE MILLER on March 13, 1938. Survived by her son Ronald E. (Joyce) Miller of Scottsbluff; daughters Delores K. (Gary) Stoppel of Hawthorne, Calif., and Janice E. (Jim) Marker of Gering; son in law Doyal R. (Loretta) Lund of Scottsbluff; brothers Reiny Meter, Robert (Emma) Meter, Henry (Evelyn) Meter, Ted (Betty) Meter, Richard (Francis) Meter; sisters Minnie Carter, Paulyne Langhofer, Betty (Jerry) Rupp, Darlene Robertus; 14 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Her parents, husband George, daughter Beverly J. Lund, sisters Elsie (George) Harimon and Lydia (Fred) Bangert, brothers in law Bob Langhofer, Wes Carter, and Clarence Robertus, sister in law Ruth Meter and grandchild Tonia Lund preceded her in death.
METER, Violet Schmidt (Wise)
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METZGER, Ruth Ann Koerner (Galbraith)
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MEYER, Elizabeth (Wagner)
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MEYER, George A.
b. 20 Mar 1914
d. 11 Apr 2010
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, April 13, 2010
ELLINWOOD - George A. Meyer, 96, died April 11, 2010. Born March 20, 1914, to Gerhardt and Wilhelmine Brandt Meyer. On June 24, 1947, he married MILLICENT NOEL. She survives. Other survivors include: sons, Edward and Richard; daughters, Madeline Gabriel, Elaine DeTour-Spronken and Natalie Windholz; a sister-in-law, Alma Meyer; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
MEYER, George A.
b. 20 Mar 1914 - Tampa, Kansas
d. 11 Apr 2010 - Ellinwood, Kansas
From Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune - Wednesday, April 13, 2010
ELLINWOOD — George A. Meyer, 96, died April 11 (2010) at the Ellinwood District Hospital. Born March 20, 1914, in Tampa, Kan., he was the son of Gerhardt Meyer and Wilhelmine Brandt Meyer. Married MILICENT NOEL. He was honored as the Ellinwood Rotary Club’s Distinguished Citizen of the Year for 2010.
Survivors include his wife, Milicent, of the home; two sons, Edward and wife Barbara Meyer and Richard and wife Nicolette, all of Wichita; three daughters, Madeline and husband Frank Gabriel of Studio City, Fla., Elaine and husband Peter DeTour-Spronken of Tucson, Ariz., and Natalie and husband Kenneth Windholz of Gorham; a sister-in-law, Alma Meyer of Tampa; 11 grandchildren and four great-grand-children.
MEYER, Gloria Evonne
b. 12 Aug 1939 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
d. 21 Nov 2010 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - November 24 to November 26, 2010
Gloria Evonne (Meyer) Carrier, 71 of Scottsbluff, passed away Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010. Born on Aug. 12, 1939, to Jake and Frieda (Deines) Meyer. Survived by her three sons and nephew. Sons, Terry and Pam Carrier and their children, Taylor (Ashley) Carrier, Tonya (Joe) Gargotta and Kayla Carrier; Ty and Audrey Carrier; Todd and Julie Carrier and their children, Paxton, Tegan, and Ian; great-grandchildren, Tayleigh Carrier and BriLee Gargotta; nephew, J.J. Meyer (Marci) and their son, Jake; her sisters, Lenora and Margret Meyer and Marjorie (Marvin) Propp and their children, Tim (Carol) Propp and family and Pam (Ed) Petersen. Preceding her in death was her husband, Dale; parents; brothers, Harvey and Alfred Meyer; nephew, Chuck Meyer and grandson, Seth Carrier.
MEYER, Mark Alan
b. 6 Dec 1955
d. 23 Apr 2010
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Tuesday, April 27, 2010
HOOKER, Okla. - Mark Alan Meyer, 54, died April 23, 2010. Born Dec. 6, 1955, to Doyt and Maudie Gentert Meyer. On March 18, 2010, he married REBEKAH BATES. She survives. Other survivors include: a son, Joey; daughters, Andi Paden, Heather Neville, Maudie Meyer and Marcie Meyer; stepsons, Rodney Duran, Ryan Barnes and Michael Barnes; his mother, Billie Gene Meyer; a brother, Monty; sisters, Pam Harvey and Malissa Thomason; seven grandchildren; six step-grandchildren.
MEYER, Mary E. (Riezanstein)
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MICHAEL, Douglas Roy
b. 15 Dec 1954 - Alliance, Nebraska
d. 15 Jan 2010 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - from January 18 to January 20, 2010
BAYARD - Memorial funeral services for Douglas Roy Michael, 55, of Bayard, died Friday, Jan. 15, 2010. Born Dec. 15, 1954, at Alliance to Carl and Marie (Betz) Michael. Survived by his son, Douglas R. Michael of Menlo Park, Calif.; daughter Courtney D. Michael-Robinson of Scottsbluff; grandchildren Felicity, Harmony, and Urijah, all of Scottsbluff; brothers Robert Michael of Brighton, Colo., Ken Michael of Reno, Nev., and Lynn Michael of Kearney; and sisters Judy Kautz of Torrington, Wyo., and Sharon Voss of Aurora, Colo. He was preceded in death by his parents, and one brother, Gerry Michael.
MICHAEL, Earl Milan
b. 20 Apr 1914 - Clarinda, Iowa
d. 19 Jan 2010 - Torrington, Wyoming
From The Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - January 24 to January 26, 2010
TORRINGTON, Wyo. - Earl Milan Michael, 95, passed away Jan. 19, 2010, at Goshen care Center. Born to Alfred and Lucille (Dowing) Michael April 20, 1914, in Clarinda, Iowa. Married Olive C. Shields on Oct. 4, 1932. In 1975 he was the recipient of the Head gate Award for his years of service on the 4-States Irrigation Council. Survivors include his sons, Dr. Harry (Bonnie) Michael of Warden, Mont., and Russell (Nikki) Michael on their farm south of Henry; daughters, Jeanne (Jim) Wamboldt and Janice (Galen) Alexander all of Torrington; 14 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great grandchildren; and sister, Cordice (Dinger) Dickson of Wash. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, Olive; sister, Eileen Shields; twin infant brother; infant son, Frederick; daughter, Ruth Hauf; great-granddaughter, Gay Lynn Sinner, and great-grandson, Cameron Stoner.
b. 24 Jan 1931 - Madrid, Nebraska
d. 8 Nov 2010 - Hesston, Kansas
From Hillsboro Star Journal - November 17, 2010
Don Mickels, 79, died Nov. 8 (2010) in Hesston. Born Jan. 24, 1931, in Madrid, Neb., to Ray J. and Nettie (Clark) Mickels. He married JACKIE WIEBE on March 25, 1951. Survivors include his wife, Jackie, of Hesston; four daughters, Bonnie of Hesston, Kim Kroeker and Penni Schroeder of Hillsboro, and Leslie Brown of Kearney, Neb.; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
MILLDRUM, Johanna Emilie (Regier)
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MILLER, Carol Ann
b. 26 Nov 1939 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Aug 2010
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Wednesday, August 25, 2010
RUSSELL - Carol Ann Miller, 70, died Aug. 20, 2010. Born Nov. 26, 1939, in Dorrance, to William Rudolf and Rose Miller. Survivors: a sister; five nephews; three nieces; and many great-nephews and great-nieces.
MILLER, Carol Ann
b. 26 Nov 1939 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Aug 2010 - Lyndon, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Wednesday, August 15, 2010
Carol Ann Miller, 70, Russell, died Friday, Aug. 20, 2010, in an automobile accident south of Lyndon on U.S. Highway 75. Born Nov. 26, 1939, in Dorrance to William Rudolf and Rose (Bunker) Miller. Survivors include a sister, Dolores Keenan, Russell; five nephews, Bill and Nancy Keenan, Paw Paw, Mich., James Albin, Don and Debbie Albin, all of Tipton, Mo., Lee and Loretta Albin, Fortuna, Mo., and Dale and Janet Albin, Jefferson City, Mo.,; three nieces, Donna and David Erbe, Burlington, Betty and Larry Sauer, Eldin, Mo., Ruth and Robert Jones, Derry, N.H.; and many great-nephews and great-nieces. Preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Edna Albin and Joyce Miller; and a niece, Judy Wilson.
MILLER, Harold L.
b. 5 Jul 1941 - Stroudsburg, Pa.
d. 5 Jan 2010 - Wichita, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Wednesday, January 6, 2010
LYONS - Harold L. Miller Jr., 68, died Jan. 5, 2010, at Via Christi St. Francis Hospital, Wichita. Born July 5, 1941, in Stroudsburg, Pa., to Harold L. Sr. and Florence Schmidt Miller. On Aug. 10, 1974, he married CORA MAE STARNES. She survives. Other survivors include: a son, Shaun; daughters, Julie Stock Miller, Diane Sullivan; stepbrothers, Ron Oney, Randy Miller; a sister, Lori Saffin; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his son Lee Miller and parents.
MILLER, Henry, Jr.
From the Volga in Russia - Neidermouju
b. 9 Nov 1886
From Ellsworth County Independent/Reporter - 10 August 2010 - Written by Dorothy Grothusen
Wilson man found a homeland in America. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Wilson After Harvest Czech Festival, the Ellsworth County Independent-Reporter is republishing this story, which appeared in the March 10, 1977, edition of the Wilson World. Henry Miller, Sr., a 90-year-old Wilson resident of German descent, counts his many blessings for leaving Russia in 1912 and coming to the United States to live a good life.
Miller, who retired from the meat business in Wilson in 1958, says his secret for keeping active is being busy all the time. “I clean my own house (a large two-story), do my laundry and my own cooking like the beans and ham hocks and doughnuts I made today," Miller said in broken English.
“I will plant a large garden again this spring." Pans on a table in a corner of his kitchen contain miniature tomato, cabbage and tomato seedlings that will be large enough to set out in his garden when it is time.
“I've had a good life here and if I would have stayed in Russia I might be a long time gone like my mother and the rest of them. My youngest sister was shipped to Siberia. She is 76 years old now but I haven't heard from her for about a year," Miller said.
Miller was born Nov. 9, 1886, in the fertile river valley of the Volga River in Russia where his parents were also born. They were descendants of the Germans who had moved to that area during the reign of Empress Catherine II, also known as Catherine the Great. The Empress made a pact that allowed the Germans to live in Russia for 100 years without serving in the army.
“I had to go into the Russian army because the 100 years had already passed," Miller said. “I went into the czar's army Nov. 28, 1908, and got out Nov. 28, 1911," Miller said. (The czar, Nicholas II, was the last czar Russia was to have.)
“People saw the revolution coming. It wasn't safe to be on the streets. The rich were getting richer; the poor got poorer," Miller said.
“When I got out of the army they told me I could go straight to the United States." His voice faltered and tears came to his eyes. “But I wanted to go home first to see my brothers and sisters at Neidermouju (his hometown three miles from the Volga River). My parents both died while I was in the army."
In the early part of 1912, Miller sailed for the United States never to return to his homeland.
“I was on the ship on the ocean (Atlantic) the night the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank," he recalled.
After docking at Portland, Maine, Miller went to Chicago where he was met by a friend from the same hometown in Russia. Lots of German-Russians were in Chicago and Sheboygan, Wisc.," he said.
“I got a job, worked for 17 cents an hour —10-hour days. They paid us in gold. We could buy more then. There were no taxes.
“I went to Sheboygan to see my uncle and take a rest but I got another job for six months. The German-Russians were always good workers — like they were in Russia where they were good farmers and built big homes.:
Miller met his future wife, a native of the Dubuque neighborhood southwest of Wilson, while she was on a visit to Chicago.
By June of 1920, the Millers and their three children moved from Chicago to Wilson, and Miller remembers his first job of pitching wheat with a threshing outfit.
It was not long before he was in the meat business in Russell and in 1926 he bought a meat business in Wilson. “There were a lot of bad times," he said. “When you can't sell three pounds of hamburger for a quarter, you know those are hard times. People had no money, couldn't pay for their lights or the rent.
“There were times I didn't have a nickel in my pockets, no job and 10 mouths to feed.
“I went to the banker to borrow money. He said, ‘What do you have?" I say, 8 kids.
“But I never gave up. I figured the Lord would help me. I was always a hustler.
“In 1938 we had the meat market in the house. The kids all helped and we got back on our feet."
Business improved when there was a shortage of meat during the war. Some weeks the Millers butchered an average of 50 to 75 hogs and 35 head of cattle a week to furnish meat from Ellsworth to Great Bend and from Russell to Lucas and Downs.
“I think about the hard life in Russia where people froze to death and starved to death by the thousands — that was bad business," Miller said.
“Then I think about the good time we had when my wife and some of the family went to Minnesota on a fishing trip 18 years ago. We should take time for a good time when we can.
“On last Nov. 9 (Miller's 90th birthday) there were 74 of the family around the table at the church (Lutheran church in Wilson). I liked the big blowout."
Since the death of his wife nine years ago, he cherishes more than ever those visits from the families of his eight children, Henry, Jr., Levi (deceased), Velma, Arlene, Edwin, Helen, Orrin and Margaret.
“Keep busy, have a good time, but don't be so hungry for the almighty dollar. The Lord helps you anyway — He takes care of you," Miller said.
MILLER, Hilda ( Merklein)
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MILLER, Joyce Lee
b. 22 Mar 1944
d. 20 Aug 2010
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Wednesday, August 25, 2010
RUSSELL - Joyce Lee Miller, 66, died Aug. 20, 2010. Born March 22, 1944, to William Rudolf and Rose Bunker Miller. Survivors include one sister, five nephews, three nieces, and many great-nephews and great-nieces.
MILLER, Joyce Lee
b. 22 Mar 1944 - Dorrance, Kansas
d. 20 Aug 2010 - Lyndon, Kansas
From Hays Daily News - Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Joyce Lee Miller, 66, Russell, died Friday, Aug. 20, 2010, in an automobile accident south of Lyndon on U.S. Highway 75. Born March 22, 1944, in Dorrance to William Rudolf and Rose (Bunker) Miller. Survivors include a sister, Dolores Keenan, Russell; five nephews, Bill and Nancy Keenan, Paw Paw, Mich., James Albin, Don and Debbie Albin, all of Tipton, Mo., Lee and Loretta Albin, Fortuna, Mo., Dale and Janet Albin, Jefferson City, Mo.; three nieces, Donna and David Erbe, Burlington, Betty and Larry Sauer, Eldin, Mo., and Ruth and Robert Jones, Derry, N.H,; and many great-nephews and great-nieces. Preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Edna Albin and Carol Miller; and a niece, Judy Wilson.
MILLER, Carol A.
Salina Journal - August 21, 2010
Two Russell residents killed in head-on crash
LYNDON -- Two Russell residents were killed about 12:30 p.m. Friday when the car they were in was struck head-on by a van on U.S. Highway 75, six miles south of Lyndon in Osage County. Joyce L. Miller, 66, the driver of the car, and Carol A. Miller, 70, were killed in the crash, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report. Miller was driving south on U.S. 75 when a van driven by Richard D. Basinger, 78, of Lyndon, crossed the center line on a curve and struck her vehicle. Basinger, who was wearing a seat belt, was listed on the report as being injured, but the report didn't indicate where he was taken. A passenger in Miller's car, Dolores J. Keenan, 76, of Russell, was taken to Stormont Vail in Topeka. A report on her condition wasn't available. She was wearing a seat belt, according to the report.
The report indicated that Joyce Miller was wearing a seat belt, and Carol Miller was not wearing a seat belt.
b. 18 Jun 1926 - Hillsboro, Kansas
d. 30 May 2010 - Hillsboro, Kansas
From Hutchinson (Kan) News - Friday, June 4, 2010
HILLSBORO - Rev. Dr. LaMar Miller, 84, died May 30, 2010. Brn June 18, 1926, at Hillsboro, to Gus H. and Marie (Ratzlaff) Miller. He was a Lutheran pastor. On June 8, 1951, he married EUNICE EILEEN SCHMID. Survivors: wife Eunice, of Crown Point, Ind.; son, LaMar Jr.; daughter, Robbyn Rebeck; three grandchildren.
MILLER, Marie (Meter)
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MILLER, Neil E.
b. 19 Aug 1959 - Halstead, Kansas
d. 10 Feb 2010 - Halstead, Kansas
From Newton Kansan - Saturday, February 13, 2010
HALSTEAD — Neil E. Miller, 50, died Wednesday (Feb. 10, 2010). Born on Aug. 19, 1959, in Halstead to George E. and Ethel W. (Imel) Miller. Survivors include his mother, Ethel Miller of Newton; brother, Scott Miller of Newton; sisters, Ramona (Jeff) Driessen of Olathe, Janice (John) Masters of Maryville, Ill., and Cheryl Miller of Wichita.
MILLER, Tador Victor
b. 17 Mar 1922 - Shattuck, Oklahoma
d. 5 Oct 2010 - Fairview, Oklahoma
From Dodge City Daily Glove - Friday, October 7, 2010
FAIRVIEW, Okla. — Tador Victor Miller, 88, died Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, at Fairview, Okla. Born March 17, 1922, at Shattuck, Okla. The graveside service 2 p.m. Friday at the Gate Cemetery in Gate, Okla..
Additional information: Son of Reinhart and Mary Meier Miller. Married Helen Irene West on 20 May 1944.
b. 12 Oct 1929 - Scottsbluff, Nebraska
d. 22 Aug 2010 - Gering, Nebraska
FromThe Star-Herald, Scottsbluff, NE - August 24 to August 26, 2010
Holly Mills Finke, 80, of Scottsbluff, died Sunday, August 22, 2010, in Gering. Born October 12, 1929, in Scottsbluff, to L. Olin and Wilhemina (Kruger) Mills. Married ROBERT G. FINKE on January 7, 1951. Survivors include her sons Fred D. (Jeralyn) Finke of Seabrook Island, S.C.; and Charles L. (Susan Swift) Finke of Alexandria, Va.; a daughter Ann M. Finke of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a brother Richard Gray of Boulder, Colo.; and two brothers -in- law George Nash of Torrington; and W. Richard Finke of Lincoln. She is also survived by three nieces and two nephews. Her parents, husband Robert and a sister Margo Nash preceded her in death.
MINCH, Esther (Schlotthauer)
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