Sister Patricia M. Brandner dies Nov. 24 in Wichita at 91

Sister Pat worked in the New Orleans area
Sister Patricia M. Brandner, 91, a Sister of St. Joseph for 74 years, died Nov. 24 at Mount St. Mary’s Convent in Wichita.
A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Wednesday, Nov. 28 at the convent.
Sister Patricia was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on May 5, 1927, to William S. Brandner and Norma Marie Schaeffer Brandner. Upon graduation from high school she entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in New Orleans on Sept. 8, 1944, professing first vows March 20, 1946, and final vows on Aug. 15, 1949.
Sister’s preparation for teaching and school administration included a bachelor’s degree in education, a master’s degree in education, and certification in guidance and administration from Xavier University in New Orleans. She taught or was administrator of parish schools in the Diocese of New Orleans and Baton Rouge from the late 1940s until 2002, when she resided in Baton Rouge doing community service work.
Sister Pat’s retirement began at Hundred Oaks in Baton Rouge in 2009 while doing community service. She lived at the Wichita Center of the Sisters of St. Joseph from 2013 until her death.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother William S. Brandner. In addition to members of her religious congregation, she is survived by numerous nephews, nieces and their families.
Memorial contributions in her name may be made to Dear Neighbor Ministries or the Retirement Fund for the Sisters of St. Joseph, 3700 E. Lincoln, Wichita, KS 67218.

Obituaries, December 7, 2018

SMITH
Danguole Sophie, 85, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Nov. 7.
SNELL
Catherine Ann (Briski), Holy Name, Winfield, Nov. 7.
HALLACY
Thomas M., 82, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Nov. 8.
BRUNETTI
Pauline F., 90, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, Nov. 9.
SVOBODA
Mary L., 77, St. John Neponucene, Pilsen, Nov. 16.
WALLS
Glenda M. (Schulte), 65, Christ the King, Wichita, Nov. 9.
GILMORE
Daniel Albert, 93, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Nov. 10.
FLEMING
Betty Marie, 88, St. Patrick, Chanute, Nov. 11.
HILL
Mary Jane, 86, Christ the King, Wichita, Nov. 11.
STRATE
Karen (Erker), 71, St. Joseph, Conway Springs, Nov. 11.
ZINK
Margie, 78, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Nov. 11.
GONZALES
Rita, 83, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Nov. 12.
BAALMAN
Alan E., 70, St. Elizabeth Anne Seton, Wichita, Nov. 13.
ORTH
Carol Sue (Pelzer), 70, St. Joseph, Andale, Nov. 13.
RICHUBER
Conner Jason, 17, St. Peter, Schulte, Nov. 13.
SPIES
Ruth Eileen, 88, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Nov. 14.
GAULDING
Randy, 63, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Nov. 16.
LOEFFLER
Dr. James A., 82, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, Nov. 16.
FORBES
Nancy C. (Heck), 70, St. Patrick, Parsons, Nov. 17.
FREUND
Irene C. “Sis,” 94, St. Joseph, Andale, Nov. 17.
VEASEY
Lupe, 87, St. Patrick, Wichita, Nov. 17.
STICH
Patricia Ann “Pat,” 89, St. Patrick, Chanute, Nov. 17.
BORST
Jacobus “Jake,” 87, Sacred Heart, Eureka, Nov. 18.
CORDELL
Jo Lynn, 57, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Nov. 18.
JOWERS
Francis “Sonny,” St. Anne, Wichita, Nov. 18.
RIDDER
Jerome “Jerry,” 78, Holy Spirit, Goddard, Nov. 18.
MARTINEZ
Antonia “Tonie,” 92, St. Joseph, McPherson, Nov. 19.
WOOD
Rita E. (Hoag), 87, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, Nov. 19.
ROBELLO
Duwayne, 50, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Nov. 20.
STEUVER
John J. “Joe,” 89, St. Patrick, Wichita, Nov. 20.
SCOTT
Joan Cecelia, 84, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Nov. 21.
STRUNK
Ruth, 70, St. Mark, St. Mark, Nov. 23.
KANUTE
Wayne C., 61, St. Michael, Girard, Nov. 24.
KLEIN
R. Lorene, 88, St. Anne, Wichita, Nov. 24.
ORNELAS
Frank, 89, St. Patrick, Wichita, Nov. 24.
OTTER
Kevin John, 54, St. Joseph, McPherson, Nov. 24.
REIDA
M. Doreen, 81, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, Nov. 24.
ABOU-FAYSSAL
Semaan, 88, Catholic Care Center, Wichita, Nov. 25.
VILLA
Barbara A., 75, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, Nov. 25.
DECKARD
Frances Ann, 91, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Nov. 26.
DISKIN
Patrick T. “Pat,” 94, St. Francis, St. Paul, Nov. 26.
MARTINEZ
Manuela, 91, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Nov. 26.
SMARSH
Lavern, 86, St. Mark, St. Mark, Nov. 27.
GORGES
Donald Paul, 62, St. Joseph, Andale, Nov. 28.
CALDWELL
Norma Lee, 93, St. Ambrose, Erie.

Sister Veronice Born dies Nov. 30 in Wichita

Sister Veronice Born, 87, died Friday, Nov. 30, in Marian Hall at Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, Wichita.
A Mass of Christian burial will celebrated Friday, Dec. 7, in Resurrection Chapel at the convent.
Christina Mae Born was born Jan. 15, 1931, the seventh of 11 children to John Philip Born and Anna Frances Paulie in Parsons. She attended schools in nearby St. Paul.
She entered the Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph in Wichita and received the habit on Aug. 15, 1946, professing first vows on July 29, 1945, and final vows on July 26, 1952.
After receiving a Normal Training Certificate, her teaching ministry began with kindergarten and lower elementary grades. She then acquired a bachelor’s degree in education from St. Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City.
Her interest in special needs children began when Bishop Mark K. Carroll asked for someone to be trained in special education. She then acquired a master’s degree in special education from St. Louis University.
Sister Veronice began the first special education class in Wichita in one classroom at St. Anthony’s School for two years, ultimately expanding space and staff to the Cathedral School. Eventually the program outgrew that space so the program was moved to the former Christian Academy and renamed Holy Family Center.
The program also developed into helping parishes make their buildings and services accessible to all, the elderly as well as those with special needs. During this time she was also on the General Council of the Sisters of St. Joseph and was instrumental in the process of merging the CSJ Health System with St. Francis Hospital and the Health System of the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother.
From 1992 to 2000, she was elected and served eight years as president of the Congregation of St. Joseph. After leaving office she moved to Dodge City, Kansas assisting Bishop Ronald Gilmore with diocesan activities.
In 2014 until present, she moved to Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, continuing her ministry to others though the prayer apostolate. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Paul, Harold, Donald, John H., sisters Loraine Cox, and Rosemary Duran. In addition to her Sisters in her Congregation, survivors include her brothers Alban Born (Janice), William Born (Patricia), sister-in-law Jolene Born and numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions in her name may be made to the Retirement Fund of the Sisters of St. Joseph or to Dear Neighbor Ministries, Inc. at Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, 3700 E. Lincoln, Wichita, KS 67218.
Here is a detailed description of Sister Veronice’s contributions to the church.
• 1960 – Bishop Mark Carroll requested the help of the Sisters of St. Joseph in starting a school for children with developmental disabilities. Sister Veronice Born was chosen as the school’s director. To prepare for working with students with disabilities, Sister Veronice spent the summer at St. Coletta Residential School for students with disabilities in Madison, Wisconsin. On October 10, 1960, in a classroom offered by St. Anthony Parish, 5 students arrived for the first day of school. By the end of the term, 12 students between the ages of 6 and 10 were enrolled. Sister Veronice was the only teacher.
• 1962 – At the invitation of Msgr. Thomas Glynn, Rector of the Cathedral, the program was moved to the Cathedral grounds, where the Chancery now stands. The program was named St. Mary’s Special School.
• 1963 – Sister Catherine Switlik, CSJ, joined the effort, and a second classroom was added for an enrollment of 22 students. Dedicated volunteers helped the school cope when the numbers jumped to 36 students that school year.
• 1965 – The growing needs of the bustling school were met when the Diocese purchased a building on Maize Road. Following the renovation of the building, the program, renamed the Holy Family Center, was dedicated on August 29, 1965, by Bishop Leo Byrne. Classes began in September of that year with 71 students ranging in age from 6 to 17. The staff was increased to meet the students’ needs. During this time of increasing enrollment, the staff encouraged and supported each other. The Knights of Columbus came to the aid of the Center’s many needs. They operated bingo in the gym, sold Tootsie Rolls, peddled Christmas trees and sponsored dinners, all to help keep the Center operating.
• 1968 – The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation sponsored the first International Special Olympics Games in Chicago. Six students from Holy Family Center participated. They were accompanied by Sister Veronice and Bob Powers, the physical education instructor.
• 1969 – Father Eugene Gerber served as Chaplain of Holy Family Center and was a valued member of the governing board. During his time on the board, a Memorial Shrine was established to remember deceased members of family and friends. To this day, a Mass in their memory is offered monthly.
• 1970 – Father Ronald Gilmore joined Sister Veronice to help her address the many complicated challenges facing the Holy Family Center as it grew. Contracts were drawn up between Holy Family Center, public school districts and special education cooperatives to accept students with more severe behavioral, emotional, and learning problems. The Center was licensed as a Day Hospital Treatment Center, making it the only organization in Kansas with dual certification. Enrollment continued to increase and services were added, such as a Medical Director and Behavioral Psychologists, who provided treatment in the school environment which was comfortable and familiar to the students. Speech, music, art, recreational, and physical education therapists were also added. In addition to all these services, Bible studies, days of retreat, and a residential summer camp were established. A ministry with the blind and visually impaired was initiated, along with a ministry with the deaf and hard of hearing. The ministry with the deaf was blessed in 1991 with a signing priest, Father Ken VanHaverbeke, who continues to serve the spiritual needs of the deaf community to the present day.
• 1985 – In the midst of all these changes, Holy Family Center celebrated its 25th Anniversary. During this year, special education services began to change in the state. New laws required that children with disabilities be served by the public school systems. The Catholic identity of Holy Family Center raised questions and problems for the contracting state agencies. Eventually, the staff was informed that all religious symbols had to be removed and no form of religion could be taught. Bishop Gerber, Father Gilmore, Sister Veronice and board members decided this was unacceptable. The very difficult decision was made to close the program. The staff worked with the parents and the schools to make sure every child had a place to go in the fall of the next school year. This was a very trying time for everyone.
• 1986 – Holy Family Center formally closed in the spring of 1986. Bishop Gerber wanted the work with persons with disabilities to continue. He requested the development of a Diocesan Ministry to work with parishes and their pastors to insure their churches and services were accessible for everyone, including the elderly and those persons with special needs. The Ministry with Persons with Disabilities was initiated, with Sister Veronice serving as the Ministry’s first director. The Ministry continues on to this day.
• 2003 – The Holy Family Special Needs Foundation was established. Funds from the Holy Family Center were transferred to the Foundation for two purposes:
• Inclusion Grants to Catholic Schools – Using a grant process, the Foundation awards dollars to Catholic schools to assist with the cost of special education teachers, paraprofessionals, tutors and resources in order for them to educate children with disabilities alongside their peers.
• Ministry with Persons with Disabilities – The Foundation funds the work of this ministry. The mission of the ministry is to help each parish keep all parishioners actively involved in parish life regardless of type, severity or age of onset of a disability.
• 2013 – The Memorial Shrine was placed in storage in 2003. The new Holy Family Memorial was blessed by Father John Lanzrath on April 7, 2013.

Sister Jane Aucoin dies Nov. 2 at 91

Sister Jane Aucoin, a Sister of St. Joseph for 74 years, died Friday, Nov. 2 at Mount St. Mary Convent in Wichita. She was 91.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Thursday, Nov. 8, at Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, in Wichita.
Sister Jane was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Aug. 16, 1927, to Louis L. Aucoin and Lillian V. Schroeder and was raised in the home of her paternal grandparents. After graduating from high school, Jane entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in New Orleans on Sept. 8, 1944, professing first vows March 20, 1946, and final profession Aug. 15, 1949.
Sister Jane’s preparation for teaching and school administration ministry included a bachelor’s degree in education from Loyola University in New Orleans and a master’s from Notre Dame.
She was a teacher and principal at schools in the New Orleans diocese until the congregation called her to leadership where she spent 1965 to 1976 as assistant provincial in New Orleans and associate general in France.
After congregation ministry she served in diocesan and parish ministry in San Antonio, Texas, before assuming responsibility for the archives of the congregation. In 2009 she retired and moved to the Congregation Center in Baton Rouge, until Hurricane Katrina in 2014, when she moved to the Wichita Center where she resided in Marian Hall.
She was preceded in death by her parents. In addition to members of her religious community, she is survived by her half-brothers, E.J. Morris III and William Morris.
Memorial contributions in her name may be made to Dear Neighbor Ministries or the Retirement Fund for the Sisters of St. Joseph, 3700 E. Lincoln, Wichita, KS 67218.

Obituaries, November 16, 2018

SCHINSTOCK
Donald E., 75, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Nov. 2.
WARREN
Sue Ellen, 84, St. Joseph, Wichita, Nov. 2.
BEAVER
Marion J., 89, St. Mary, Derby, Nov. 3.
McCALL
Mary Kay (Amoneno), 74, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Nov. 3.
McNETT
John Clayton “Jay,” 82, St. martin, Piqua, Aug. 18.
FUENTEZ
Mary F., 78, St. Patrick, Parsons, Oct. 23.
NICHOLAS
Julia Ann, 83, Pittsburg, Oct. 23.
EATON
Mary Elizabeth Lehr, 95, St. John, El Dorado, Oct. 25.
KENNEDY
Christine Lorenza “Tommie,” 89, St. Mary, Derby, Oct. 25.
DANIEL
Donna Lee, 77, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Oct. 26.
HOPKINS
Gary Gilbert, 85, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 27.
JONES
Marion E., 83, St. Joseph, Yates Center, Oct. 27.
McGEHEE
Timothy James, 50, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Oct. 27.
FLORES
Carmen Sepulveda, 96, St. Patrick, Wichita, Oct. 28.
BOWMAKER
Lillis Gail (Fleming), 85, St. Cecilia, Haysville, Oct. 29.
CONRADY
Lawrence Eugene, 58, St. Mary, Newton, Oct. 29.
OLIVIER
Daniel Francis, Jr., 89, Immaculate Conception, Danville, Oct. 29.
SCHARTZ
Elnora Louise (Feist), 77, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Oct. 29.
STRUNK
Nick L., 96, St. Peter, Schulte, Oct. 29.
HARMAN
William “Bill,” 79, St. Joseph, Arma, Oct. 30.
RILEY
Julia (Bollig) “Judy,” 78, St. Patrick, Chanute, Oct. 30.
STURGEON
Johnnie Ronald “Ron,” 80, St. Mary, Newton, Oct. 30.
HIGGINS
Michael Patrick, 57, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita.
ALBERT
Raymond A., 79, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Oct. 31.
BERTHOT
Inez Lucille, 99, St. Patrick, Chanute, Oct. 31.
BIGGERSTAFF
Joan, 85, St. Anthony-St. Rose, Wellington, Oct. 31.
ECK
Margaret (Suellentrop), 58, Sacred Heart, Colwich, Oct. 31.
LIES
Gloria C., 85, St. Patrick, Wichita, Nov. 1.
ROBINSON
Jimmie Daniel, 88, St. Anne, Wichita, Nov. 1.
HORSCH
Martha Marie (Becker), 88, St. Patrick, Wichita, Nov. 2.
NELSON
Lois Faye, 78, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Hutchinson, Nov. 2.
OWENS
Kenneth E. “Kenny,” 88, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Wichita, Nov. 2.

Sr. Elaine Osborne dies in Great Bend

Dominican Sister Elaine Osborne, 79, died Sunday, Oct. 28, in the convent infirmary in Great Bend. A funeral Mass was celebrated Wednesday, Oct. 31.
She was born Dec. 18, 1938 in Shattuck, Oklahoma, to Edward and Helen Osborne. She entered the Dominican Sisters Community in 1954 and pronounced vows in 1957.
Sister Elaine ministered as a teacher in Kansas and Oklahoma from 1958 to 1984, and worked in the congregation’s communications office from 1984 to 2018.
Memorials in honor of Sr. Elaine may be sent to Dominican Sisters of Peace, 2320 Airport Drive, Columbus, OH 43210-2098.

Obituaries, November 2, 2018

MANNING
William “Bill,” 75, All Saints, Wichita, June 3.
MADL
Mary K., 95, St. Francis, St. Paul, Sept. 9.
CARNEY
Terence Ernest “Terry,” 86, Catholic Care Center, Wichita, Oct 8.
TILTON
Julie Ann (Betzen), 66, St. Mark, St. Mark, Oct. 8.
GUTIERREZ
Willie J., 70, St. Mary, Derby, Oct. 10.
KETZNER
Shawn Michael, 47, St. Mark, St. Mark, Oct. 10.
ADAMS
Gloria A. (Hernandez), 75, St. Anne, Wichita, Oct. 12.
BALERIO
Martin Medina, 72, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Oct. 12.
HAGEMAN
Mary Jeulane, 90, Sacred Heart, Cunningham, Oct. 12.
GLEESON
Sandra, 76, St. Joseph, Wichita, Oct. 13.
LaFORGE
Lelia, 99, St. Michael, Girard, Oct. 14.
BUCH
Shelley Lee, 65, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Oct. 15.
DEAN
Murray J., DVM, 70, St. Jude, Wichita, Oct. 15.
SMITH
Donald Hoy, Jr., 67, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 18.
MORENO
David, 89, St. Patrick, Parsons, Oct. 19.
VIERTHALER
Joyce Ann, 88, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Oct. 19.
BRITTON
Edward Franklin, Jr., 63, Holy Savior, Wichita, Oct. 20.
GERBER
Orletta, 93, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Oct. 20.
MARLOW
Charles Howard “Charlie,” 74, St. Mary, Derby, Oct. 20.
GALVAN
Micaela Avila, 91, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Oct. 21.
PYLE
Aurelia Marie, 91, St. Michael, Girard, Oct. 21.
RUSHER
Elizabeth Anne (BA), 87, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Oct. 21.
SAND
Beverly Ann, 83, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Oct. 21.
ALBERTINI
Marie B., 94, Sacred Heart, Frontenac, Oct. 22.
DiFALCO
Helen, 89, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 23.

Obituaries, October 19, 2018

THOME
Alvin “Shorty,” St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, Sept. 18.
ALLTON
Bill, 79, St. Anthony-St. Rose, Wellington, Sept. 26.
LANG
Duane Joseph, 69, St. Teresa, Hutchinson, Sept. 29.
VECCHIARELLI
Anthony John, Jr., “Tony,” 89, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Sept. 29.
COULTER
Patricia M. “Patt,” 84, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, Sept. 30.
DRISKILL
Silas A., 73, St. Anthony, Garden Plain, Sept. 30.
LUNA
Osbaldo, Sr., “Walito,” 59, St. Patrick, Wichita, Sept. 30.
WINTER
Robert P. “Butch,” 63, Sacred Heart, Colwich, Sept. 30.
WAPPELHORST
Mary Ann (Weber), 92, Sacred Heart, Colwich, Oct. 1.
HIEGER
Nancy J., 82, St. Joseph, Andale, Oct. 2.
MEETZ
John E., 73, Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, Oct. 2.
MILLER
Donald J., 73, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 2.
SCHMIDT
Nancy E., 75, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 2.
FREEMAN
Craig Raymond, 58, Church of the Resurrection, Wichita, Oct. 3.
PEELER
Patricia Ann, 75, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Oct. 3.
REICHENBERGER
Lance, 30, St. Joseph, Andale, Oct. 3.
LOBMEYER
Nick, Jr., 93, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Oct. 4.
STRUNK
Louis, 84, Sacred Heart, Colwich, Oct. 5.
WILLIAMS
Tommie Joyce, 88, St. Peter Claver, Wichita, Oct. 5.
COPP
Mary Agnes, 61, St. Joseph, McPherson, Oct. 6.
FLORIO
Kristin Leigh, 33, St. Mary, Derby, Oct. 6.
STRUNK
Esther M. (Gorges), 99, St. Mark, St. Mark, Oct. 6.
MORRIS
Donald L. “Don,” 72, St. Patrick, Parsons, Oct. 7.
GREEN
Charles R. “Chuck,” 69, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Oct. 9.
HUDSON
Anne Marie, 67, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Oct. 9.
STEVENS
Mildred Odell, 95, Catholic Care Center, Wichita, Oct. 9.

Obituaries, October 5, 2018

HAMMER
Mary, 94, St. Margaret Mary, Wichita, Aug. 23.
NHUANDUCDINH
Joseph, 65, St. Anthony, Wichita, Sept. 8.
SNOW
Virginia L., 80, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Sept. 10.
BAALMAN
Robert E., 83, St. Joseph, Andale, Sept. 11.
HAINES
Ronda Jo Marie, 52, Chanute, Sept. 11.
WESTON
Claire Marie, 90, St. Michael, Girard, Sept. 11.
GARANCOSKY
Dorothy N., 85, Immaculate Coneption, Danville, Sept. 12.
ANDRA
Eileen (Freund), 87, St. Joseph, Conway Springs, Sept. 13.
KESSLER
Betty, 88, Adorers of the Blood of Christ Convent, Wichita, Sept. 13.
DIXON
Lavon, 89, St. Mary, Derby, Sept. 14.
McGINN
Patrick H., 86, Sacred Heart, Halstead, Sept. 14.
BLUML
Phyllis A., 80, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Sept. 16.
GEORGE
Francis W., 73, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Sept. 16.
FORREST
William Francis Lloyd, 74, St. Bridget, Scammon, Sept. 17.
SIMON
Norma Jean Kerschen “Nana,” St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Sept. 17.
SWOPE
Dean W., 89, St. Patrick, Kingman, Sept. 17.
BULL
Isaac H., 77, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Sept. 18.
CONNELL
Mary Kathleen, 100, St. John, El Dorado, Sept. 18.
MERTENS
Helen F., 84, St. Peter, Willowdale, Sept. 18.
POTVIN
Gerald Alfred “Jerry,” 83, St. John, El Dorado, Sept. 18.
SCHMITZ
Jerome J., 76, St. Mary, Newton, Sept. 18.
WASINGER
Alice Marie, 90, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Sept. 18.
CLARK
Barbara, 79, St. Andrew, Independence, Sept. 20.
BAUER
Peter J., 65, St. Vincent de Paul, Andover, Sept. 21.
BLUBAUGH
Robert Edward, 85, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Sept. 23.
WELLS
William R. “Bill,” 85, St. Patrick, Wichita, Sept. 23.
BROWN
Donald Frederick, 78, St. Mary, Derby, Sept. 24.
HENNING
Vita M., 82, St. Patrick, Kingman, Sept. 24.
PAYNE
Virginia L. “Lala,” 94, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Sept. 24.
KEAZER
Curtis E., 83, St. Mary, Newton, Sept. 26.

Obituaries, September 21, 2018

BELL
Catherine, 92, Christ the King, Wichita, Aug. 13.
MOSLEY
Michelle Lee, 33, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Aug. 26.
SIFUENTES-BARBOZA
Samantha, 5, St. Patrick, Wichita, Aug. 29.
SOLIS
Gina, 62, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton, Aug. 29.
STAUDER
Philip Joseph, 58, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Aug. 29.
DREISZIGER
Adam A., 77, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Aug. 30.
PEDLAR
Maureen Harrison, 71, Church of the Magdalen, Aug. 30.
DANDERS
Janis Sue (Roth), 73, Blessed Sacrament, Wichita, Aug. 31.
SYMES
Joseph Alan, 37, St. Louis, Waterloo, Aug. 31.
VERSCH
Virgil Francis, 89, St. Joseph, McPherson, Aug. 31.
ZAGAR
Frank, 95, Our Lady of Lourdes, Pittsburg, Aug. 31.
VANDERVEEN
John W., 93, St. Francis of Assisi, Wichita, Sept. 1.
MONK
Thomas E., 86, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Sept. 5.
TIMMERMEYER
Dorothy, 84, St. Jude, Wichita, Sept. 5.
DUFFY
Rosemary, 90, St. Patrick, Parsons, Sept. 6.
KEYES
Cliff A., II, 76, St. Thomas Aquinas, Wichita, Sept. 6.
ANDERTON
George Dalton, Jr., 81, St. Catherine of Siena, Wichita, Sept. 7.
HEMMEN
Paul, 86, St. Mary, Derby, Sept. 8.
ERNATT
Clara I., 94, All Saints, Wichita, Sept. 9.
KREUTZER
Edna M., 93, Holy Cross, Hutchinson, Sept. 9.
SCHNEIDER
Robert E. “Bob,” 88, St. Mark, St. Mark, Sept. 10.