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101 West Wyandotte Street
Meriden, KS 66512
(785) 484-3600
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Obituary: Florence A. (Papallo) Sestito, Darien High Class of '45, caring wife, mother, grandmother - Darien Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

Florence A. (Papallo) Sestito, 89, a lifetime resident of Darien passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Feb. 7. She was born in Meriden on Oct. 10, 1927 to the late Joseph and Rose Saverine Papallo.Mrs. Sestito was a graduate of Darien High School, Class of 1945. She was employed at the Shepard Insurance Agency in Stamford until raising her family. She will be remembered as a very caring and loving wife, mother and grandmother. She is survived by her loving children, Joseph L. Sestito of Darien, Lawrence R. Sestito and his wife Susan of Darien and Catherine Lombardo and her husband Michael of Trumbull, as well as her grandchildren Dana and Michael Lombardo, Lindsay Miller and her husband Elliot and Lauren Sestito. Also surviving is her sister Jean Cosway of MO and several nieces and nephews.Besides her parents, Mrs. Sestito was predeceased by her husband Dominick V. Sestito and her sisters Evelyn Vitti and Louise Rondano.A Mass of Christian Burial was held St. Thomas More RC Church, 374 Middlesex Road, Darien on Sunday. Interment will follow at Spring Grove Cemetery, Hecker Avenue, Darien. Family and friends wi...

Obituary: Marlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

She enjoyed watching horror movies, much to her husband's chagrin.In addition to her husband, she is survived by her loving daughter, Rebecca Johnson and her husband, David, of Meriden; two cherished grandsons, Ryan and Evan; one brother, John Golias and his wife, Brenda, of FL; her mother-in-law, Lillian Duda, of Stratford; and nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her beloved grandson, Sean William Johnson.Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9:45 a.m. at the Pistey Funeral Home, 2155 Main Street, Stratford and at 10:30 am at Holy Name of Jesus with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will follow at St. John Cemetery, Stratford. Friends may call on Tuesday from 4 to 7 pm.To leave online condolences, visit Pistey Funeral Home here.

Thomas, Carl William - Omaha World-Herald

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Container { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }Thomas, Carl William Nov 5, 1934 - Jan 21, 2017 Carl Thomas, auto mechanic for more than 60 years, grew up in Meriden, KS. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served four years in the 2nd Infantry Division. Upon returning from Germany, he made Omaha, NE his home where he enjoyed bowling, outdoors, NASCAR, and football. Survived by wife of 42 years, Marlys (Chapman) Thomas of Lake Wilson, MN and their two children, Lori and Jason Thomas, both of Omaha; former wife, Phyllis McPherson of Kensington, KS and their four children, William (JessiLynn) of Omaha, Clarance of Yutan, NE, Janette (Thomas) Stallings of Bellevue, NE, and Timothy, of Omaha; 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Preceded by mother, Edna (Rupe) Thomas; brother, Robert Thomas; grand-nephew, Matthew Terry, all of Meriden, KS; daughter-in-law, Lydia (Lampe) Thomas and three grandsons, Billy, David, and Jeffrey. VISITATION 6-8pm Thursday, January 26 at Westlawn-Hillcrest Funeral Home. FUNERAL SERVICE 11am Friday, January 27 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family. WESTLAWN-HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME 5701 Center St 402-556-2500 www.westlawnhillcrest.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContain...

Linda F. Siple - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Monday, February 06, 2017

Friday, Feb. 3, 2017.Linda Faye Siple was born on March 9, 1947 in Cherokee, one of three children born to Robert and LaVonne (Hurd) Paslay. She graduated from Meriden-Cleghorn High School in 1965 and furthered her education at the Le Mars Beauty College.On Dec. 30, 1968, Linda and James Siple were united in marriage at the Cherokee United Methodist Church. When Jim returned from the Vietnam War, the couple made their home in Le Mars.Linda worked as a cosmetologist at Gingham Girls in Sioux City. She would later join Jim and operate the Pantry Café in Le Mars. Along with owning the café, Linda opened The Right Match, a store that specialized in tennis equipment and clothing.After closing The Right Match, Linda took classes at Western Iowa Technical Community College in Sioux City where she studied as a surgery technician. She began in the housekeeping department at Floyd Valley Hospital and later worked as a surgical technician’s assistant. Linda retired from Floyd Valley Hospital in the spring of 2013 having last worked in the physical therapy department.Linda was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Le Mars and participated in the Sarah Circle.She had been active in the ...

Hartford Man Dies in Three-Vehicle Crash on Route 4 - Valley News

Monday, December 12, 2016

Kylie Curtis said in a telephone interview on Tuesday night.Curtis, a Meriden resident and 2002 Hartford High School graduate, described her father as a hardworking man who never quit. He would work long hours for Irving Oil during the day and then drive, sometimes hours, to umpire a baseball game or referee a football game.“It was something he prided himself on,” Curtis said.Throughout the years, Ammel umpired hundreds of legion, high school and Babe Ruth baseball games for Upper Valley teams.He even instilled in his own children a love for baseball and other sports. Curtis went on to play ice hockey and golf at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.His oldest daughter, Betsy, helped build the University of Vermont’s varsity women’s hockey program, while his son, Dan, played football at Bridgton Academy and Sacred Heart.She said her father very much enjoyed dressing up as Santa Claus on the Rotary Club of White River’s Polar Express train ride and for other community events.Ammel graduated from Hartford High School in the early 1970s and studied agriculture at Vermont Technical College in Randolph. He was a farmer for many years.He also enjoyed gardening, outdoor activities, camping and living off the land, his daughter said.“He was a loving father and husband that did everything for his family,” Curtis said.Ammel is survived by his parents, his wife, his three children, his five grandchildren and several other loved ones. He and his wife, Jane, recently moved into a handcrafted post-and-beam home he helped build off Ammel Road, a short dead end street off Jericho Road.Freezing rain caused treacherous road conditions throughout Vermont and New Hampshire during Tuesday morning’s commute.Dozens of other accidents were reported in both states, including a two-car crash in Fairlee and several collisions or slide-offs on Route 110 in Chelsea.A state Agency of Transportation truck driver, who was salting Route 110 at the time, suffered minor injuries when the truck slid off the edge of the road about a mile north of the village and rolled down an embankment.Orange County Sheriff Bill Bohnyak said as many as 10 vehicles were involved in crashes or slide-offs between Edwards Road and Upper Village Road in Chelsea between about 6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.Crews were forced to close that portion of roadway for several hours to clean up the crashes and treat the roads, he said.Significant traffic backu...

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Obituary: Florence A. (Papallo) Sestito, Darien High Class of '45, caring wife, mother, grandmother - Darien Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

Florence A. (Papallo) Sestito, 89, a lifetime resident of Darien passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Feb. 7. She was born in Meriden on Oct. 10, 1927 to the late Joseph and Rose Saverine Papallo.Mrs. Sestito was a graduate of Darien High School, Class of 1945. She was employed at the Shepard Insurance Agency in Stamford until raising her family. She will be remembered as a very caring and loving wife, mother and grandmother. She is survived by her loving children, Joseph L. Sestito of Darien, Lawrence R. Sestito and his wife Susan of Darien and Catherine Lombardo and her husband Michael of Trumbull, as well as her grandchildren Dana and Michael Lombardo, Lindsay Miller and her husband Elliot and Lauren Sestito. Also surviving is her sister Jean Cosway of MO and several nieces and nephews.Besides her parents, Mrs. Sestito was predeceased by her husband Dominick V. Sestito and her sisters Evelyn Vitti and Louise Rondano.A Mass of Christian Burial was held St. Thomas More RC Church, 374 Middlesex Road, Darien on Sunday. Interment will follow at Spring Grove Cemetery, Hecker Avenue, Darien. Family and friends wi...

Obituary: Marlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

She enjoyed watching horror movies, much to her husband's chagrin.In addition to her husband, she is survived by her loving daughter, Rebecca Johnson and her husband, David, of Meriden; two cherished grandsons, Ryan and Evan; one brother, John Golias and his wife, Brenda, of FL; her mother-in-law, Lillian Duda, of Stratford; and nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her beloved grandson, Sean William Johnson.Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9:45 a.m. at the Pistey Funeral Home, 2155 Main Street, Stratford and at 10:30 am at Holy Name of Jesus with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will follow at St. John Cemetery, Stratford. Friends may call on Tuesday from 4 to 7 pm.To leave online condolences, visit Pistey Funeral Home here.

Thomas, Carl William - Omaha World-Herald

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Container { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }Thomas, Carl William Nov 5, 1934 - Jan 21, 2017 Carl Thomas, auto mechanic for more than 60 years, grew up in Meriden, KS. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served four years in the 2nd Infantry Division. Upon returning from Germany, he made Omaha, NE his home where he enjoyed bowling, outdoors, NASCAR, and football. Survived by wife of 42 years, Marlys (Chapman) Thomas of Lake Wilson, MN and their two children, Lori and Jason Thomas, both of Omaha; former wife, Phyllis McPherson of Kensington, KS and their four children, William (JessiLynn) of Omaha, Clarance of Yutan, NE, Janette (Thomas) Stallings of Bellevue, NE, and Timothy, of Omaha; 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Preceded by mother, Edna (Rupe) Thomas; brother, Robert Thomas; grand-nephew, Matthew Terry, all of Meriden, KS; daughter-in-law, Lydia (Lampe) Thomas and three grandsons, Billy, David, and Jeffrey. VISITATION 6-8pm Thursday, January 26 at Westlawn-Hillcrest Funeral Home. FUNERAL SERVICE 11am Friday, January 27 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family. WESTLAWN-HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME 5701 Center St 402-556-2500 www.westlawnhillcrest.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContain...

Linda F. Siple - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Monday, February 06, 2017

Friday, Feb. 3, 2017.Linda Faye Siple was born on March 9, 1947 in Cherokee, one of three children born to Robert and LaVonne (Hurd) Paslay. She graduated from Meriden-Cleghorn High School in 1965 and furthered her education at the Le Mars Beauty College.On Dec. 30, 1968, Linda and James Siple were united in marriage at the Cherokee United Methodist Church. When Jim returned from the Vietnam War, the couple made their home in Le Mars.Linda worked as a cosmetologist at Gingham Girls in Sioux City. She would later join Jim and operate the Pantry Café in Le Mars. Along with owning the café, Linda opened The Right Match, a store that specialized in tennis equipment and clothing.After closing The Right Match, Linda took classes at Western Iowa Technical Community College in Sioux City where she studied as a surgery technician. She began in the housekeeping department at Floyd Valley Hospital and later worked as a surgical technician’s assistant. Linda retired from Floyd Valley Hospital in the spring of 2013 having last worked in the physical therapy department.Linda was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Le Mars and participated in the Sarah Circle.She had been active in the ...

Hartford Man Dies in Three-Vehicle Crash on Route 4 - Valley News

Monday, December 12, 2016

Kylie Curtis said in a telephone interview on Tuesday night.Curtis, a Meriden resident and 2002 Hartford High School graduate, described her father as a hardworking man who never quit. He would work long hours for Irving Oil during the day and then drive, sometimes hours, to umpire a baseball game or referee a football game.“It was something he prided himself on,” Curtis said.Throughout the years, Ammel umpired hundreds of legion, high school and Babe Ruth baseball games for Upper Valley teams.He even instilled in his own children a love for baseball and other sports. Curtis went on to play ice hockey and golf at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.His oldest daughter, Betsy, helped build the University of Vermont’s varsity women’s hockey program, while his son, Dan, played football at Bridgton Academy and Sacred Heart.She said her father very much enjoyed dressing up as Santa Claus on the Rotary Club of White River’s Polar Express train ride and for other community events.Ammel graduated from Hartford High School in the early 1970s and studied agriculture at Vermont Technical College in Randolph. He was a farmer for many years.He also enjoyed gardening, outdoor activities, camping and living off the land, his daughter said.“He was a loving father and husband that did everything for his family,” Curtis said.Ammel is survived by his parents, his wife, his three children, his five grandchildren and several other loved ones. He and his wife, Jane, recently moved into a handcrafted post-and-beam home he helped build off Ammel Road, a short dead end street off Jericho Road.Freezing rain caused treacherous road conditions throughout Vermont and New Hampshire during Tuesday morning’s commute.Dozens of other accidents were reported in both states, including a two-car crash in Fairlee and several collisions or slide-offs on Route 110 in Chelsea.A state Agency of Transportation truck driver, who was salting Route 110 at the time, suffered minor injuries when the truck slid off the edge of the road about a mile north of the village and rolled down an embankment.Orange County Sheriff Bill Bohnyak said as many as 10 vehicles were involved in crashes or slide-offs between Edwards Road and Upper Village Road in Chelsea between about 6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.Crews were forced to close that portion of roadway for several hours to clean up the crashes and treat the roads, he said.Significant traffic backu...