In this way he managed to support a large family of children, step children and grandchildren. He was always pleasant and courteous without being servile. HOWARD - Frank Andrew Salisbury, 60, of Rudy, Ark., and a former resident of Howard, died Friday at Rudy. Saturday at the Grace Lawn Cemetery, Howard, with the Rev. Salisbury was a superintendent for Sherwood Construction Company for more than 30 years in Kansas. He continued to care for and raise cattle until 2008 when his health prevented it. Arrangements are entrusted to Countryside-Zimmerman Funeral Home, Howard. Knut was passionate about his love of music, especially the classical and spiritual genre and had also collected little model cars for many years. Including his wife Betty, George is survived by two daughters, Jeanetta S. He spent his teen years swimming, fishing and hunting. He worked several years for Morrison Knudsen, putting in dams between Boise and Portland, Oregon. There being no Presbyterian church in Moline, the family attended the Christian church, which church Mrs. Dale is survived by his children: Corrina Faye, Ramona Lee and Dale M. She was a member of the Christian Church of Howard. She was employed at the Mutual of Omaha office in Wichita for several years. As a young man in his early 20s, he was in the first wave that landed on the beaches of Normandy.His word was to be trusted and promises were always made good. Marty Dewitt, of First Baptist Church of Howard, officiating. He was employed by Keck Construction Company in Arkansas at the time of his death. Wayne loved music and his hobby was playing his guitar and singing. 13, 1919 in Caney, the daughter of Frank and Ruth Marie . 18, 1941, Helen was united in marriage to Ormand Cyrus Sanborn in Sedan. Family suggests memorials to the Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice or the Howard Twilight Manor and may be left with the funeral home. Knut’s love for his dogs, Jonah, the black lab, Sparky, Daisy, and Brownie was also quite evident as he loved playing with them. and her husband Mike of Caney; five grandchildren, Rachel, Becky, Adam, Janelle and Jackie; and 13 great-grandchildren. Sandy, 86, of Moline, died Sunday at the Cedar Vale Regional Hospital. Wednesday at the Watt Funeral Home Chapel with burial in the Moline Cemetery. Eugene went with a group of the Howard Methodist Church youth on a camping trip. He also worked for the city of Portland for several years. Eugene was a member of the Masonic Lodge #132 since 1964. Silger attended faithfully until the extreme years of her life prevented her from doing so. Survivors include two sons, Dale of Coffeyville, Dallas of Glendale, Ariz., two daughters, Delores of Wichita; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Monday at Zimmerman Funeral Home in Howard with the Rev. In 1975, Margie and Wally moved to Fredonia, KS, where they lived until moving to Sedan earlier this year. As a young child, she moved with her family to Gage, Okla., where she attended school up to her freshman year of high school. During the subsequent campaign to liberate Europe from the Nazis, Walter displayed unusual bravery for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross, the British Empire, equivalent of the Congressional Medal of Honor.
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