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Obituary of  KAY CHURCH
(no date probably 1940-1945)

Kay CHURCH, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs S.E. CHURCH was killed instantly Monday afternoon near Marion, KS in a car accident.

Kay, with his family, lived in Wichita. He traveled for the Portland Cement Co.

He is survived by his wife and three small children. Mr. and Mrs S.E. CHURCH went to Wichita where the funeral was held Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock and interment was made there.

The Kansas City Times gave the following account of the accident: Wichita, KS, Apr. 2 - High winds
which sent his sedan into a truck and then wrecked it were blamed late today for the death of K.I. CHURCH of Wichita, eight miles south of Marion, KS.

CHURCH was dead when the truck driver halted his machine to give aid. George LUCAS of Wichita, driver of the truck, said the high wind struck the sedan as CHURCH was passing his machine. The two cars
touched slightly, the CHURCH machine overturning in a ditch. The victim was the brother of Bert CHURCH former Sumner Co. attorney.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines

Last Updated:  Sunday, December 02, 2001 14:24:20

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