Ronald Leroy Gordon, passed on November 1, 2018 in Coffeyville, KS.
Ronald was born on October 8, 1938 to Leroy and Dorothy (Drew) Gordon of Kansas City, KS.
Mr. Gordon worked for Coors Brewery of Denver, CO and Matore Fabrication of Independence, KS until his retirement in 2010. He was an active member at Sardis First Missionary Baptist Church, and Vice President of the Baptist Laymen Movement.
Wiewing will be Friday, November 16th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The family will meet the public from 4 -Click here to read more.
Our beloved, Shauna Renae Wilson, was called home to be with our Father in Heaven, October 3, 2018. Shauna was born on October 27, 1981 to Deanna Wilson (Henderson) and Kevin Irving in Coffeyville, KS. She attended Edgewood Elementary, Roosevelt Middle School, and graduated from Field Kindley Memorial High School in 2000. While in school Shauna participated in cheerleading and track and field. Shauna received her Certified Nursing Certification while attending high school. Upon graduating highClick here to read more.
Dr. Paul S. Price of Coffeyville, passed away on September 14, 2018, at Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville, OK.
Paul was born on March 30, 1942 in Coffeyville to the late Ovie and Annabelle Price.
Paul accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age and was a member of First Church of God in Christ Family Worship Center.
Paul grew up in Coffeyville, attended Cleveland, Roosevelt, and Field Kindley Schools before the family moved to Stamford, CT, in 1958.
Paul completed hisClick here to read more.
Maxine A. Dixon, 95 of Coffeyville, transitioned to her new home on Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
She was born on September 18, 1922 in Cherryvale, KS to Edward V. and Catherine (Jones) Reddins. She attended grade school through high school in Cherryvale. After high school, she attended Coffeyville Community College.
Maxine cherished her many positions. She retired after 24 years from the Kansas Ammunition Plant. She was also self-employed as a beautician. After retirement, her work continuedClick here to read more.
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.