William "Sweet-City" Richard Phillips 75, passed July 20, 2018 at Montgomery Place in Independence, KS.
He was born to Verma Mae Hill in Junction City, KS on December 10, 1942. William grew up in Coffeyville, KS where he went to school and worked for the City of Coffeyville and the Coop.
William was preceded in death by his Mother, Aunt Opal Hick-Smith and Uncle Baby Boy.
Survived by Brother, Harry Neal Sr.; Two Daughters: Hannah Carter and Teresa Carter both of South Carolina: Step-DaughterClick here to read more.
Carolyn Sue Wilson was called home to be with our Father on June 26, 2018. Carolyn was born on February 7, 1943 to Anna Banks Slaughter and Artemus Slaughter in Coffeyville, KS. She attended Cleveland School and Field Kindley High School and also attended Sardis First Baptist Church.
Carolyn married her high school sweetheart, Marcus Wilson in 1960. To that union three children were born, Deanna, Mark Allen and Bryant.
Carolyn spent many years as a valuable, hardworking employee of WesternClick here to read more.
Idella Jennings of Coffeyville, KS passed on May 13, 2018 at Windsor Place.
Idella was born July 1, 1941 in Wardell Missouri to the late Fred McDaniel Sr. and Elizabeth (Crawford) McDaniel.
She was united in Holy Matrimony to the late Odes Jennings on February 1, 1969, to this union 1 child was born.
At an early age she joined Union Missionary Baptist Church where she remained a faithful member until her health failed.
Idella worked for USD 455 Food Service Center for 35 years before retiring andClick here to read more.
Alfonzo "Bud" Carroll went home to be with his Lord and Savior early in the morning of May 4, 2018. During a brief illness he had been a patient at Windsor Place and receiving care from Harry Hynes Hospice.
On November 23, 1946 Alfonzo was born to Alfonzo "Red" and Elizabeth (Slaughter) Carroll Sr. in Coffeyville, Kansas.
He grew up in Coffeyville and attended schools there beginning in the kindergarten at the Cleveland Elementary School. It was there he met his future wife Carol Ann Price. BudClick here to read more.
Gilbert Alan Scourten was born in Coffeyville, Kansas on June 28, 1962 to Rosetta Charlene (Wesley) and Horace Wilton Scourten. He attended Cleveland Elementary, Field Kindley High School and Coffeyville Junior College. He continued his education at Pittsburg State University, with a bachelor's degree in Business.
Gilbert was a member of Davidson Chapel C.M.E. church in Coffeyville, Kansas and the Potter's House in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Gilbert married Ethel M. Glenn of Detroit, MI. They wereClick here to read more.