Clyde McGee Collins passed away January 3, 2020 at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis in Wichita Kansas.
Clyde was born on July 23, 1949 to Clyde Lester Collins and Maxine (McGee) in Parsons, Kansas.
Clyde was a Security Guard for the school district and he was a Deacon at Sardis First Missionary Baptist Church.
Memorial service will be Saturday, January 11th at Sardis First Missionary Baptist Church at 11 a.m. location 414 E. 2nd street Coffeyville, KS.
Cremation has taken place and burial willClick here to read more.
Ludea Marie (Irving) Sanders (Lu to her close friends and family) a long time Coffeyville resident left this earth on Saturday, November 23, 2019 to be her Lord and Savior.
Ludea was born on July 11, 1947 to Griffin and Dorris L. Irving and she attended schools in Coffeyville then later moved to Kansas City, Kansas for several years. She relocated to Tulsa, OK and worked for South-Western Bell Telephone Co. later relocating back to Coffeyville where she worked at ACC in independence, KS untilClick here to read more.
On Monday, September 30. 2019 Sharon Sue (Hadley) Edwards passed away at age 64. She was a patient at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Sharon was a gentle, loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and friend. She was born on June 21, 1955 to Virgie and Buddy Hadley. Sharon attended School in Independence, KS. Sharon was a certified nurse aide and spent many years caring for others. She was also a truck driver and retired after an accident. Sharon was united in marriage to PrestonClick here to read more.
Glen Tyler Davis Heaven, Sr. was born in Kansas City, KS. on June 16, 1943. Glen passed on March 1, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the son of Isaac Ashley and Olga Jewel Heaven. He was active in the Sunday School and other youth activities at Calvary Baptist Church.
Glen attended Cleveland Elementary, Roosevelt Jr. High , Field Kindley Memorial High, and Coffeyville Junior College. He also attended Washburn University in Topeka, KS.
Glen was an Eagle Boy Scout at age 15. He played theClick here to read more.