Virgil O. Horn Jr., passed October 18, 2017 at UAMS, Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Virgil O. Horn Jr., the first born of two sons, was born to Virgil O. Horn Sr., and Ella Mae (Pemberton) Horn on April 23, 1951, in Kansas City, MO. At an early age, the family moved to Detroit, Michigan, where Virgil completed most of his education. In 1968, just before his senior year of high school, the family relocated to Ottawa, Kansas. Dr. Horn's remark concerning this move: "From the motor cityClick here to read more.
Keitric M. Byrd passed on October 12, 2017.
Keitric was born to Terrence Byrd and Cowanda Broadway on February 25, 1992 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
He attended school in Coffeyville, KS and later moved to McAlester, OK where he graduated. After graduating Keitric later moved back home to Coffeyville where he met and married Olivia Byrd. Keitric started working at an early age, later in life he started working at Top Source until his death.
Keitric was a man of many talents. He enjoyed singing,Click here to read more.
Thomas White Jr. 69 passed on June 8, 2017 at Wilson Medical Center in Neodesha, KS.
Thomas was born in Tunica, Mississippi to Thomas White Sr. and Mary Ella Walter-White.
Thomas married Vinita Adair on February 1, 2001. Thomas loved dominos, playing cards, fishing and loved being around his family and grandchildren.
Cremation has taken place.Click here to read more.
Gertrude Hans-Masters 101, passed on June 17, 2017 at Medicalodges in Coffeyville, KS.
Gertrude was born May 22, 1916 in Langston, OK to Willie and Pearl Amos-Hans. She was the second of seven children, all whom preceded her in death.
Gertrude moved to Coffeyville during World War II and met and married the love of her life Jack Masters who preceded her in death.
Gertrude was a charter member of Calvary Baptist Church and served as choir director for many years. In her early teens, she and herClick here to read more.
Doris Harding Blue 78 of Coffeyville, Kansas was called to home to glory on May 31, 2017.
Doris was born October 13, 1938 to Mordecai and Hazel Primm.
Doris attended Coffeyville's schools and graduated from Field Kindley High School. She worked for Western Publishing and was retired.
Doris was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. She "enjoyed" thrift store shopping and she was well loved in the community.
Doris leaves to cherish her memories Two sons: Andrew Blue and Carl Harding; Five daughters:Click here to read more.