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Name of Deceased: Della Honaker Sevy
Date: 3/22/1933

Obit: Mrs. Della Sevy, 27, Lenexa, KS, died Tuesday night, Mar 21, 1933, at St Margarets Hospital. She is survived by her husband John Sevy, and four children, Thelma Sevy, Raymond Sevy, Harold Sevy, and Jean Sevy, all of the home and her parents Mr and Mrs George Honaker, Peculiar, MO. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Friday at the Hoge Chapel, Overland Park KS; burial will be in Peculiar MO.


Name of Deceased: Alice Schrock
Newspaper: Gospel Herald
Date: 1975

Obit: Schrock, Alice Elizabeth, daughter of David M. and Susanna (Diener) Schrock, was born at Garden City, Mo., Nov. 27, 1893; died at Harrisonville, Mo., Apr. 14, 1976; aged 82 y. Surviving are 2 brothers (L. A. and Albert R. Schrock) and 4 sisters (Mrs. Clara Yoder, Mary Schrock, Mrs. Ada Hartzler, and Mrs. Florence Yoder). She was a member of the Sycamore Grove Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held on Apr. 16, in charge of Kenneth F. Steckley; interment in the Clearfork Cemetery.


Name of Deceased: Mrs. Agnes Loretta Stice 1869-1926
Submitters Name: Susan N. Stice

Obit: Mrs. Agnes Loretta Stice died at her home several miles southwest of  Harrisonville on Tuesday, May 4, at 2:45 A.M. Death came after a few days illness of influenza and complications. Mis Agnes Loretta Norris was born near Ashland, IL September 25, 1869 and at the time of her death was 57 years, 7 months and 14 days old. She was united in marriage to David M. Stice in Kansas City, MO on December 4, 1891 and to this union six children were born, two sons and four daughters, a daughter Flora (infant) preceding her in death. Besides her husband, Mrs. Stice is survived by sons William Crawford and James Monroe of the home and three daughters, Mrs Glen (Grace) Ford, Mrs. Ray (May) Parish, Mrs. Fred (Hazel) Sulser of Latour, seven grandchildren also survive as well as three brothers, JB Norris, Kansas City, MO, Thomas and Edward Norris of Des Moines, IA, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Kavanaugh of Ashland, IL, Mrs.  August (Elizabeth) Sampson of Cleveland, MO. Mrs. Stice was converted and united with the Grand River Baptist Church in November 1920. She was a kind and loving wife and mother and will be sadly missed not only in the home but in the community where she leaves a host of friends who regret her passing.

Card of thanks: We wish to publicly thank each and everyone for their kindness shown us during the illness, death and burial of our dear wife, sister and mother. We also thank the singers for the beautiful music and those who expressed their love with flowers.D.M. Stice & family, Mrs. A. Sampson, Mrs. Mary Kavanaugh


Name of Deceased: James Monroe Stice
Submitters Name: Susan N. Stice

Obit: Jimmie Stice as he was called, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stice was born March 22, 1906 near Paola, KS and passed away at Memorial Hospital in Harrisonville, March 13, 1949, after an illness of several weeks. At the time of his death, he was 42 years, 11 months and 12 days old.  When about five years of age, the family moved to the farm home in Prospect community south of Harrisonville where he grew to manhood. August 15, 1928, he was married to Miss Natalie Gustine of East Lynne.
Five children were born in this home, the youngest, Jimmie Gerald, preceding him in death. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Norris and Robert, and two daugthers, Pattie and Glennie, all of the home.
Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Ray (May) Parish, Overland Park, KS, Mrs. Fred (Hazel) Sulser, Latour, and Mrs. Glen (Grace) Ford, Archie. A brother, William Crawford Stice, Harrisonville and a half sister, Mrs. Moses (Georgia) Greenleaf, Jacksonville, IL.
He was converted and united with the Grand River Baptist Church in 1920, later transferring his membership to the East Lynne Baptist Church, where he  remained a loyal member. Although in failing health for several years, he was always  very jolly and enjoyed his family and friends.
Funeral services were held at the Runnenburger Funeral Home on March 15, the Rev. Charles Murphy and Rev. John Sanders officiating. Casketbearers were Carl Winegardner, Glen Kircher, Ted Kelly, Franklyn Keyton, Ivan Oesch, and Fern Wagoner. Velda Lee Kircher and Barbara Wagoner sang Safe in the Arms of Jesus, Amazing Grace, and In the Garden. mrs. Carl Winegardner was their accompanist. Burial was in the Pleasant Ridge Cemeter near Harrisonvile.


Name of Deceased: Jimmie Gerald Stice 1940-1941
Submitters Name: Susan N. Stice

Obit: The funeral service for Jimmie Gerald Stice, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Stice, was held at the Runnenburger Funeral Home last Sunday afternoon, being conducted by Bishop L.G. Hartzler. Burial was in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Jimmie Gerald was born July 17, 1940 and died April 26, 1941. He is survived by his parents, two brothers, Norris Monroe and Robert Duane, two sisters, Patricia Jane and Glennie Lee, Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James (Jessie Gordon Gustine) Aldridge and uncles and aunts. Jimmie Gerald was a sweet child who brightened the lives of all who knew him by his sunny disposition and happy smiles.

Card of Thanks: We wish to expres our deep appreciation to all who helped in any way during the death of our darling baby. We wish to thank Rev. Hartzler for his beautiful message, the singers for their songs, also for the beautiful floral offerings. May God bless you all. Mr. and Mrs. James Stice and family.



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