The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri (2024)

Mary M. Emily Mary Margaret Kane Emily, southwest Kansas City, co-owner Steel Works, died Jan. 15, the home. She and her husband. Emily, founded the company in co-owned it until his death in She and her son had been co-owners since.

Mrs. Emily was a member of the Association of Women BusiNortheast Industrial Association a and the ness Owners. She was a member of Visitation Catholic Church and the Ancient Order of Hibernians. She was born in Jersey City, N.J., and moved to Kansas City in 1948. Survivors include a son.

Daniel Emily, Kansas City: six daughters. Dolores Emily, Regina Emily, Barbara Emily and Catherine Emily of Kansas City. Dr. Lucille Emily. Washington.

D.C... and Patricia Emily. Seattle: la brother. Daniel J. Kane.

New York City: and two granddaughters. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the church: burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Raytown. Friends may call from 3 to 5 p.m.

Sunday at the Muchlebach Chapel. where the rosary will be said at 4 p.m. Paoli Massaglia Paoli E.C. Massaglia, 67, Stuart. former owner of local engineering consulting firms, died Jan.

14, 1992. at the home. Mr. Massaglia founded Massaglia and Associates in 1950 and later was part owner of Massaglia-Neustrom-Bredson he retired in 1984. He received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

and was a member of Delta Upsilon. He was a Navy veteran of World War and served in the Coast Guard Auxiliary for the last 10 years. He was born in Kansas City, and moved to Stuart in 1984. Survivors include his wife. Doris Massaglia of the home: a son.

Lon Massaglia. Stuart: two daughters. Lauric Scott, Atlanta, and Dea Ann Parodi. Woodland Hills. his mother.

"Ida Massaglia of the home: and five grandchildren. Memorial services were Jan. 17. John F. McCarthy John F.

McCarthy of Prairie Village, a former George K. Baum Co. executive, died Jan. 17, 1992, at the home. Mr.

McCarthy was an investment banker for the company for 30 years, retiring as a vice president in 1987. He was a graduate of the St. Louis University law school and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu. He was a volunteer fund-raiser in the development office of the DeLaSalle Education Center. He was a member of St.

Ann's Catholic Church, Prairie Village, and was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He was born in St. Louis and moved to Kansas City in 1955. Survivors include five sons. Frank McCarthy.

John McCarthy. Joe McCarthy and Bob McCarthy of Kansas City and Paul McCarthy. Omaha. four daughters. Mary St.

Charles. and Susan Elliott. Ellen McCarthy and Sarah Mchl of Kansas City: three brothers. Joseph McCarthy, Jefferson City, Robert McCarthy. Weldon Spring.

and James McCarthy. St. Louis: two sisters. Susan Mugg. St.

Louis. and Marjorie Ouellet. Montgomery City. and nine grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Monday at the church: burial in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the church, where wake services will be at 5 p.m. The family suggests contributions 10 the DeLaSalle Education Center. ETHEL B.

BUCKLE Ethel B. Buckle. 74. Independence. died Jan.

16. 1992. at the Independence Regional Health Center. She was born in Procter. and lived in Independence most of her life.

Mrs. Buckle was a claims agent for the Missouri Division of Employment Security for more than 30 years. retiring in 1981. She was a former member of the First Christian Church of Independence. Survivors include a son.

Donald R. Buckle Jr. Blue Springs: four sisters. Helen Hopkins. Harrisonville.

Elsic Rumans. Unionville. Iowa. Stella Going, Nashville. Ill.

and Avis Waddell. Lee's Summit; and a granddaughter. Services will be at 9 a.m. Monday at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel: burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Sunday at the chapel. The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the American Heart Association. CHARLES M. BUCKLEY SR. Charles Michael Buckley 80.

northeast Kansas City, died Jan. 17. 1992. at the home. He was born in Wea.

and lived in Kansas City for 45 years before moving to Sunrise Beach. in 1984. He returned to Kansas City in 1990. Mr. Buckley was a truck driver and salesman for the Pisciotta Fruit and Vegetable Co.

for 14 years. retiring in 1973. He was a Catholic and an Army veteran of World War I1. Survivors include his wife. Virginia Buckley of the home: four sons.

Charles Michael Buckley Jr. Stephen Philip Buckley. Jeffrey Joseph Buckley and Peter Scot Buckley. and three daughters. Ann Kristen Buckley, Sara Jane Buckley and Tracy Louise Marriott.

all of Kansas City: two brothers. Joseph Buckley, Lenexa. and Francis Buckley, Salina. two sisters. Louise Perdue.

Louisburg. and Angela Baker. Ames. lowa: cight grandchildren; and a great -granddaughter. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Kansas City: graveside services will be at 12:30 p.m. Monday at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Wea. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m.

Sunday at the Blackman Guardian Chapel. where the rosary will be said at 4 p.m. HAROLD W. COE Harold W. Coc.

85. Lake Lotawana in Jackson County, died Jan. 16. 1992. in St.

Mary's Manor, 111 Mock Drive, Blue Springs. He was born in Pratt. and lived in this area for 75 years. Mr. Coc was a millwright and a carpenter for almost 40 years before he retired.

He was a member of Local 61 of the Carpenters Union and Local 1529 of the Millwrights Union. He was a Methodist. He served in the Scabees during World War II. Survivors include his wife. Pauline Coc of the home.

Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Forest Hill Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Lake Lotawana Memorial Garden. FAY M. COLLISON Fay Marie Collison.

94. of the Americana of Overland Park. 5211 W. 103rd died Jan. 16.

1992. at Saint Joseph Health Center. She was born in Grand Island. and lived in this arca most of her life. Mrs.

Collison was a member of the Community Christian Church and the Raytown Garden Club. Survivors include a daughter. Donna Jean Gordon. Leawood: two grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren: and a great-great-grandson. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m.

Monday at Memorial Park Cemetery. Kansas City. Friends may call from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Newcomer's Stine McClure Chapel. Lawyer charged with second beating By TONY RIZZO and JOHN NORTH Staff Writers CHEUN THE SOURCE Lawyer Bradley A.

Pistotnik, on bond and awaiting sentencing in the battering of his former wife, was arrested and charged Friday with battering his girlfriend. Pistotnik, known for his law firm's television commercials, was charged in Johnson County District Court with a misdemeanor count of battery against his girlfriend. He was released from custody later Friday after posting a $2,500 bond. The woman's sister called Overland Park police to Pistotnik's house in the 8600 block of West 138th Terrace about 2:20 a.m. Friday.

The sister met police outside and told them the couple was inside fighting, said police Lt. Jeffery Dysart. "The officer could see two people in the house," Dysart said. could tell they were fighting." Officers had to force their way into the house because no one would come to the door. The woman suffered more than 50 scrapes and bruises and was taken to Humana HospitalOverland Park.

Pistotnik was arrested and offered no resistance. During Pistotnik's hearing Friday, Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Brock told the judge that a lawyer who works for Pistotnik had gone to the hospital and told the woman not to cooperate with police and to not let them photograph her. Pistotnik's attorney, Roy Holliday said that was a "blatant ALS Saturday, January 18, 1992 The Kansas City Star C-5 PAUL W. CONKLIN Paul Conklin, 81. Prairie Village, died Jan.

17, 1992. at St. Luke's Hospital. He was born in Grand Island. and moved to this arca in 1945.

Mr. Conklin worked for the General Services Administration from 1951 until he retired as a chief of space assignment and utilization in 1968. He was a member of Grace Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral and its choir and vestry and was a lay reader at the cathedral. He was past president of the Alpha Lions Club. Survivors include his wife of 55 years.

Sylvia Lee Conklin of the home: a son. Thomas H. Conklin, St. Louis: two daughters. Nancy Lee Wilson.

Flagler Beach. and -Vina W. Hyde. Denver: five grandchildren: and two great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 7:30 p.m.

Thursday at the cathedral. The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the Alpha Lions Club or the cathedral. DONALD E. CRAIG SR. Donald Edward Craig 53.

central Kansas City. died Jan. 16. 1992. at Trinity Lutheran Hospital.

He was born in Atchison, and lived in this arca for 40 ycars. Mr. Craig worked for the Colgate- Palmolive Co. until 1990. He served in the Air Force and was member of the Pioneer Club.

He was a member of the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church. Kansas City. and its male chorus. Survivors include a son. Donald E.

Craig Kansas City; his mother. Mary G. Coffey, and three brothers. Ross M. Craig Charles Craig and David Craig.

all of Kansas City, four sisters. Rosemary Turner. Charlotte Craig and Isabel Craig of Kansas City. and Constance Joanne Robinson. Las Vegas: and his maternal grandmother.

Izma Fitts. Topeka. Services will be at noon Monday at the church: graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Leavenworth National Cemetery, Friends may call from 10 a.m. to noon Monday at the church.

CHESTER L. FLINNER Chester L. Flinner, 90. Independence. died Jan.

16. 1992. at Rescarch Medical Center. He was born in Jarbalo. and lived in this arca most of his life.

Mr. Flinner worked at the General Motors Leeds assembly plant for 38 years. retiring as supervisor of the painting department in 1966. He was a member of the General Motors Retirement Club. He was a member and past deacon of the Blue Ridge Boulevard Christian Church.

He was a member of the East Gate Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife. Lucille Flinner of the home: a son. Bob Flinner. Salt Lake City: a daughter.

Donna L. Maddox. Kansas City: cight grandchildren: and cight greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel: burial in Floral Hills Cemetery.

Friends may call from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Socicty. ANNABELLE GALLER Annabelle Galler. 69.

Belton. died Jan. 16. 1992. in the Carondelet Manor.

621 Carondelet Drive. She was born in Grand Island. and lived in this arca most of her life. Mrs. Galler was member of the Blue Ridge Baptist Temple.

Survivors include her husband. Milton Galler of the home: two sons. Stephen Galler and David Galler of Lee's Summit: two daughters. Dana Corder. Belton, and Anita Blom.

Lee's Summit: a brother. Richard Powell. Belton: four sisters. Eva Reichert. Raytown, Viola Gard.

Kansas City. Betty Olson. Denver. and Lorena Isom. Topeka; and 12 grandchildren.

Services will be at 3 p.m. today at the Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel: burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. LUCILLE K. GARRETT Lucille K. Moore Garrett, 72.

Kansas City in Clay County, died Jan. 16. 1992. at the home. She was born in Forest City.

and lived in this area most of her life. Mrs. Garrett was a dental assistant for Dr. John A. Brunner for 32 years.

retiring in 1986. She was a member of the Fairview Christian Church. Survivors include her husband. Melvin L. Garrett of the home: a son.

C.W. Moore. Decatur. a daughter, Betty Jo Taylor. Tampa.

two stepsons. David Garrett. Port Angeles. and Melvin L. Garrett City: three grandchildren: nine stepgrandchildren: and 10 stepgreatgrandchildren.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Newcomer's White Chapel: burial in White Chapel Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society or the Kendallwood Hospice.

MILDRED J. GRIFFIN Mildred J. Griffin. 67. Independence.

died Jan. 17. 1992. at the home. She was a lifclong arca resident.

Mrs. Griffin worked for Data Documents Inc. for 27 years before she retired. She was a member of the American Business Women's Association and the American Association of Retired Persons. Survivors include her husband.

Arthur Griffin Jr. of the home: a stepson. Arthur Griffin Ill. Independence: two brothers. Jerald Storms.

Key West. and David Storms. Sacramento. four sisters. Betty Bowman.

Sacramento. Mary Lou Duke. Shawnee, Katzer. Overland Park, and Barbara Jo Wood. Wichita: and two grandchildren.

Cremation. CAROLYNN L. HEROLD Carolynn L. Herold. 66.

Kansas City. died Jan. 17. 1992. at the home.

She was a lifelong Kansas City, resident. Mrs. Herold worked for Tupperware for 18 ycars. retiring as a manager in 1987. She was past president of the Kansas City chapter of the United Ostomy Association.

She was a member of the Modern Twenties Sorority and the Hyacinth chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was a vocalist. pianist and organist. She attended the Faith Temple Family Worship Center and was president of its Make Today Count organization. Survivors include her husband.

Jack C. Herold of the home: two sons. Steve Herold and Brett Herold of Kansas City: two sisters. Anna Marie Mapes. Overland Park, and Virginia Sue Terry, Carthage.

and two grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 7 p.m. Monday at the church: her body was donated to the University of Kansas Medical Center. Friends may call from 6 10 7 p.m. Monday at the church.

The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to Make Today Count in care of the church or to the United Ostomy Association. STEVEN K. JOHNSON Steven Kent Johnson. 41. Olathe.

died Jan. 16. 1992. at Humana Hospital-Overland Park. He was born in Oklahoma City and lived there most of his life: he moved to this arca five years ago.

Mr. Johnson worked for Color Tile for the past year. Survivors include his wife. Marilyn E. Johnson of the home: three stepsons.

Jeff Danciak of the home. Kevin Danciak, Little Creek. and Warren Dake. Kings Bay, and a stepdaughter, Tina Nicholas, his mother. Barbara G.

Johnson. and a brother. Greg P. Johnson. all of Oklahoma City.

Graveside services will be at 10. a.m. Monday at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Olathe. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m.

Sunday at the Frye Chapel, Olathe. where prayer services will be at 7 p.m. The family suggests contributions to the American Heart Association. ROSE I. KALLENBERGER Rose- Isabel Kallenberger.

80. southwest Kansas City, died Jan. 17. 1992. in a nursing home in Belleville.

Ill. She was a lifelong Kansas City resident. Mrs. Kallenberger was a medical secretary before she retired. She was a member of St.

Peter's Catholic Church. Kansas City. and its Altar Socicty. the Daughters of Isabella and the Ladies of Charity. Her husband.

John J. "Joc" Kallenberger died in 1985. Survivors include two sons. John J. Kallenberger Jefferson City, and Leo F.

Kallenberger. Kansas City: a daughter. JoAnn Rushing. Belleville: a sister. Justine Stotts: and seven grandchildren.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the church: burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Raytown. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Muchlebach Chapel.

where wake services will be at 4 p.m. LETHA M. McMILLIN Letha Margaret McMillin. 77. Kansas City in Platte County, died Jan.

17. 1992. at Spelman Memorial He Hospital. She was born in Morris. and lived in Outumwa, Iowa.

most of her life. She moved to Story City. lowa. in 1984 and 10 Kansas City in 1990. Mrs.

McMillin was a clerk at the Ottumwa Credit Bureau for 16 years before she retired. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ottumwa. Survivors include a son. David R. McMillin of the home: a daughter.

Linda Bowman. Story City: a brother. Ray Barker. Cedar Rapids. lowa: a sister.

Maric Moser. Manchester, Iowa: nine grandchildren: and five -grandchildren. Services will be al 2 p.m. Monday at the Johnson Chapel, Ottumwa: burial in Memorial Lawn Cometery. Ottumwa.

Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. FRANK MICELI Frank Miceli. 78. died Jan.

16. 1992. in St. Mary's Manor, 111 Mock Drive. Blue Springs.

where he lived. He was a lifelong arca resident. Mr. Miceli was a mechanic for Trans World Airlines Inc. from 1952 until he retired in 1979.

He was a member of Local 1650 of the Machinists union. He was a Catholic and an Army veteran of World War I1. His wife. Phyllis Miceli, died in 1988. Survivors include a son.

Frank C. Miceli. Grain Valley in Jackson County: two daughters. Phyllis Keith. Lake Tapawingo in Jackson County.

and Deborah Miceli. Kansas City: sister. Genevieve Clevenger, Independence: and five grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St.

John La Lande Catholic Church: burial in Mount Washington Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Passantino Chapel, where the rosary will be said at 7 p.m. LUTHER M. MORALES Services for Luther Mark Morales.

36. south Kansas City. who died Jan. 16. 1992.

in Lec's Summit. will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday at St. Catherine's Catholic Church: burial in Longview Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m.

Sunday at the Carson Blue Ridge Chapel. where the rosary will be said at 7 p.m. The family suggests contributions to a trust fund for his children. Mr. Morales was born in Mason City.

lowa. and lived there until moving to this area 13 years ago. He was a warchouse worker. He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church. Mason City.

Survivors include his wife. Laurie Morales. and three daughters. Nicole Morales. Brandi Morlacs and Breia Morales, all of the home: and his mother.

Conchie Morales. and a brother, Richard Morales, both of Kansas City. CHARLES E. MURPHY Charles Edward Murphy. 87.

Independence. died Jan. 15. 1992. at North Kansas City Hospital.

He was born in Muskogee. and lived in this area most his life. Mr. Murphy worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years.

retiring in 1963. He was past president of the Greater Kansas City Mail Handlers Union. He also sold real estate for King Realty. He was past master of the Heroine Masonic Lodge. He was a former member of the Glenwood Park United Methodist Church.

Survivors include his wife. Ola Mac Murphy. Gladstone: two sons. William Murphy, Independence. and Dr.

George Murphy. Liberty: a daughter, Janelle Mikes. Pattonsburg. two sisters. Naomi Roth, Dodge City, and Jeanette Frazon.

Kansas City: five grandchildren: six greatgrandchildren: and a great -greatgranddaughter. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Carson Independence Chapel. Friends may call from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the chapel.

SADIE SUE NOTHNAGEL Sadie Sue Nothnagel. 77. southwest Kansas City, died Jan. 17, 1992. in the Holmesdale Convalescent Center.

8039 Holmes Road. She was born in Salisbury. and moved to Kansas City in 1942. Mrs. Nothnagel was a cashier for Harzfelds and later for Jack Henry Clothing a total of 30 years.

She retired in 1979. She was a Methodist and was a volunteer for the Arthritis Foundation. Survivors include her husband. Wilford B. Nothnagel of the home: two sons.

Don R. Nothnagel and Larry R. Nothnagel of Kansas City: a sister. Marjorie Staats. Lee's Summit: four grandchildren: and a great -grandson.

Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday, at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel: burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to Hospice Care of the Visiting Nurse Association.

MARCELLA POLSON Marcella "Sally" Polson. 78. Odessa. formerly of Kansas City, died Jan. 17.

1992. in a nursing home in Odessa. She was born in western Kansas and lived in Kansas City in the carly 1930s. She also lived in Dover. before moving to Odessa in 1941.

Her husband. R.E. "Shorty" Polson. died in 1977. Survivors include five sons.

Rex E. Polson. Roger E. Polson, Ronald E. Polson and Robert W.

Polson of Odessa and Richard C. Polson. Bates City, 13. grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m.

Sunday at the Ralph O. Jones Chapel, Odessa: burial in the Odessa Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the aviary of the New Haven Nursing Home.

Odessa. RUTH A. REYNOLDS Ruth A. Reynolds. 75.

North Kansas City. died Jan. 16. 1992. at North Kansas City Hospital.

She was born in Toledo. Ohio, and moved to North Kansas City in 1946. Mrs. Reynolds was a cashier at the Kroger store in North Kansas City for 35 years. retiring in 1981.

She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of North Kansas City and its Presbyterian Women and Congregational Care Council. She was a volunteer in the church's office and for the North Kansas City Care Call and the Salvation Army Team Table. She was a member of the Senior Shepherds. Survivors include a son. Don L.

Reynolds. Dallas: a sister, Betty Dragen. Kearney; and two grandsons. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the church: cremation.

Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Newcomer's North Kansas City Chapel. The family suggests contributions to the church. LaQUINDA RICHARDSON LaQuinda Richardson. 6-month-old daughter of Lloyd R.

Richardson and Loretta Todd of central Kansas City, died Jan. 15. 1992. at Children's Mercy Hospital. She was born in Kansas City.

Survivors also include two brothers. Dominique Todd and Lu'kee Todd. and two sisters. Jasmine Richardson and LaToya Richardson, all of the home: and her maternal grandmother. Frankic Womack.

a paternal great -grandmother. Gertrude Dupree. and a maternal great-grandmother. Ruth White. all of Kansas City.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Lawrence A. Jones Linwood Chapel: burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the chapel.

JOSEPH R. SARTIN SR. Joseph R. Sartin 53. Osccola.

formerly of this area. died Jan. 16. 1992. in Warrensburg, Mo.

He was born in Knob Noster. and lived in Kansas City. and Pleasant Valley in Clay County before moving to Osceola 13 years ago. Mr. Sartin was an investigator for the Benton County (Mo.) Sheriff's Department for two years.

Earlier he was a jailer for St. Clair County, Mo. He was past chairman of the St. Clair County Democratic Committee. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Clinton.

Mo. Survivors include his wife. Nancy Sartin, and a son. Joseph Richard Sartin both of the home: a daughter. Anita Marie Bobbitt, Clinton: his mother.

Wilma Sartin. Osceola: a brother. Lee Roy Sartin. Blue Springs: and a granddaughter. will be at 10 a.m.

Monday at the Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel. Osceola: graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Kansas City. Kan.

Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. DEATHS Buckle, Ethel B. Buckley, Charles M. Sr.

Coe, Harold W. Collison, Fay M. Conklin, Paul W. Craig, Donald E. Sr.

Crank, Willis Jr. Creamer, Nina R. Emily, Mary M. Flinner, Chester L. Galler, Annabelle Garrett, Lucille K.

Golden, Gladys I. Griffin, Mildred J. Herold, Carolynn L. Johnson, Steven K. Kallenberger, Rose I.

Massaglia, Paoli McCarthy, John F. McMillin, Letha M. Miceli, Frank Morales, Luther M. Murphy, Charles E. Nothnagel, Sadie Sue Polson, Marcella Reynolds, Ruth A.

Richardson, LaQuinda Sartin, Joseph R. Sr. Schuchert, Anna L. Shatzer, Elizabeth L. Shelton, Cecelia C.

Smith, Cloyd E. Stiles, Richard A. Teeter, Wayne E. Trippe, John W. Wallander, Leslie F.

Warner, Carolyn J. Wright, Hester ANNA L. SCHUCHERT Anna L. Schuchert. 93.

died Jan. 17. 1992. in the Wornall Health Care Center. 12000 Wornall Road, where she lived.

She was born in Bochum, Germany, and moved to Kansas City in 1930. Mrs. Schuchert was a restaurant manager before she retired. Survivors include a son. Karl F.

Schuchert. St. Louis: a daughter. Ruth S. Wooden.

Kenbridge. a brother. Rudolf Gruerman. Parkville: a granddaughter: and two great Services are pend- ing. ELIZABETH L.

SHATZER Elizabeth L. Shatzer, infant daughter of William and Shelley Shatzer of Overland Park. died Jan. 11. 1992.

at St. Luke's Hospital. Survivors also include a brother. Ryan Shatzer. and two sisters.

Katie Shatzer and Sarah Shatzer, all of the home: her paternal grandparents. William and Ann Shatzer of Overland Park: her maternal grandparents. Ray and Phyllis Ninemire of Lenexa: a paternal great-grandfather. William Shaw, Overland Park: and her maternal greatgrandmother. Pauline Rabuse.

Shawnee. Graveside services will be private. CECELIA C. SHELTON Cecelia C. Shelton.

84. south Kansas City. died Jan. 17. 1992.

at Saint Joseph Health Center. She was born in Meta. and lived in Kansas City most of her life. Mrs. Shelton was a member of St.

Catherine's Catholic Church and the Ladies of Charity. Survivors include a son. John V. Shelton. Grandview: a daughter, Marion Lynch.

Kansas City: a brother. Joseph Wansing. Union. six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Monday at the church: burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Raytown. Friends may call from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the McGilley State Line Chapel, where the rosary will be said at 3 p.m. The family suggests contributions to the church or the Greater Kansas Missouri Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation.

RICHARD A. STILES Richard A. Stiles. 55. central Kansas City.

died Jan. 10. 1992. at Truman Medical Center. He was a lifelong Kansas City resident.

Mr. Stiles worked at the Glenwood Manor Hotel and later worked at the King Louie West Bowling Center. He was a member of the St. Stephen Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons.

William R. King and Arce Brown. a daughter. Desiree Walton, a brother. Ralph A.

Stiles. and two sisters. Bernice B. Alexander and Lillian M. Dunmore.

all of Kansas City: and grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Elcy Sons Chapel: burial in Blue Ridge Lawn Cemetery, Friends may call from 9 to 11 a.m. today at the chapel. WAYNE I E.

TEETER Wayne E. Teeter. 54. Kansas City. died Jan.

16. 1992. at Research Medical Center. He was born in Independence and lived in Hot Springs. for three years before returning to this arca 10 years ago.

Mr. Teeter co-owned the ELT Motors used car dealership and a furniture store. both in Kansas City. Later he owned other used car dealerships. He was a former member of the Trinity Assembly of God Chuch.

Independence. His wife. Judy Teeter. died in 1989. Survivors include two sons.

James "Jeff' Teeter. Kansas City. and David Wayne Teeter: three daughters. Denise Rader. Kansas City.

Vivian Caylor. Blue Springs. and Dixie Cloonan. Kansas City: and four grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Monday at the Fairchild-Coffel Chapel. Mound City. burial in the Pleasanton (Kan.) Cemetery. JOHN W. TRIPPE John W.

Trippe. 84. Cape Coral. formerly of Kansas City, died Jan. 16.

1992. at a hospital in Cape Coral. He was born in Fristoe. and lived in this arca from 1955 until he moved to Fort Myers. in 1982.

He had lived in Cape Coral since 1989. Mr. Trippe a farmer and later was a carpenter for the Hickman Mills School District until he retired. He was a member of Grandview Assembly of God Church and the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship. He was a member of the Cerebral Palsy Association.

His wife. Ruby B. Trippe. died in 1983. Survivors include two sons.

Gary V. Trippe. Fort Myers. and Robert W. Trippe.

Westerville. Ohio. and four granddaughters. Services will be at 11 a.m. today in the Chapel of Memories at Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Fort Myers: burial in the cemetery. The requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the Riverside School. 1634 Manchester Drive. Fort Myers. Fla.

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Lake 76. of the 1992. at Napoleon 1948 M. 1985. Lotawana in Jackson County, who died Jan.

16. 1992. in Lee's Summit. will be at 1 p.m. Sunday al Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel: private burial.

Friends may call from 6 10 8 p.m. today at the chapel. Mr. Wallander was born in Joplin, and lived in this arca most of his life. He was a manager for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

He also worked for Pizza Hut Delivery. He was licensed practical nurse. He was an Army veteran and a member of the Lake Lotawana Rescue Unit. Survivors include his wife. Jeannine Wallander of the home: two sons.

Leonard Webb. Kansas City. and Garrick Webb. Lee's Summit: a daughter. Kim Williams.

Raytown: a sister. Dovie Yates. Tampa. half brother. Murray Thompson.

Joplin: a half sister, Viola Layman. Independence: and four Mary Emily grandchildren. CAROLYN J. WARNER Carolyn J. Warner.

56. Lake Quivira, died Jan. 17. 1992. at the home.

She was a lifelong area resident. Mrs. Warner was a member of the World Wide Church of God. She was graduate of the University of Kansas. She was a member of the Quivira Lake and Country Club and the Milburn Country Club.

Survivors include her husband. Charles L. Warner of the home. and a son. Christopher L.

Warner. Lenexa. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Amos Family Chapel, Shawnee: burial in Maple Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m.

Sunday at the chapel. The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society. HESTER WRIGHT Hester Wright died Jan. 1992. in the Oakwood Manor.

11515 Troost where she lived. She was a lifelong Kansas City resident. Mrs. Wright was a laundry worker before re she retired. Survivors include four cousins.

Allison Clark. Lucille McCree. Cornelia Fisher and Willis James Clark of Kansas City. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. today at the Lawrence A.

Jones Linwood Chapel: burial in Lincoln Cemetery. Friends may call from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. today at the chapel. IN MISSOURI CARROLLTON Willis Crank 75. Carrollton.

died Jan. 17, 1992. at a hospital here. c. He was a lifelong Carrollton resident.

Mr. Crank was a shop foreman at the Central Welding Machine Shop in Carrollton from 1977 until he retired in 1984. He worked at Stanford Laundry Dry Cleaners in Carrollton from 1947 to 1977. He was a former assistant scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America. He was a member of the Carrollton United Methodist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Maryan Crank of the home: a son. Derald Lee Crank. St. Charles. a daughter.

Sharon E. Kappelman. Ridgecrest. two brothers. Paul Crank.

Olathe. and Howard D. Crank. Kansas City: a sister. Grace Brotherton.

Carrollton: four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Gibson-Rice Chapel. Carrollton: burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Carrollton, Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel.

The family suggests contributions to the church. GOWER Nina Roxie Creamer. 90. died Jan. 16.

1992. in a nursing home here. where she lived. She was born in Plattsburg. and lived in Plattsburg and Stewartsville.

most of her life. She moved to Gower in 1990. Mrs. Creamer was a member of the Bethany Christian Church, near Stewartsville. Her husband.

John William Creamer died in 1969. Survivors include three sons. John William Creamer Rockford. Jack Creamer. Winston.

and Harold Joe Creamer. Stewartsville: three daughters. Lena Dell Morris. Cabot. Mabel A.

Edson. Stewartsville. and Margaret Pauline Witt. Apple Valley, a sister. Sylvia Taylor.

Plattsburg: 11 grandchildren: and six greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Cox Chapel. Plattsburg: burial in the Stewartsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m.

today at the chapel. SLATER Gladys I. Golden. 89. Marshall.

died Jan. 16, 1992. in a nursing home here. She was born in Osage County. and lived in Saline County, most of her life.

Mrs. Golden worked for the International Shoe Co. in Marshall before she retired. She was a member of the Gill Memorial Baptist Church, Marshall. Her husband.

William Golden. died in 1987. Survivors include a son. Morris Eugene Golden. Independence: cight grandchildren: 15 great-grandchildren: and cight great-great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday al the CampbellLewis Chapel. Marshall: burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Marshall. Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m.

Sunday at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the church. misrepresentation of the facts." Holliday said the woman had called the attorney to represent her. District Judge John Anderson IlI ordered Pistotnik to not have any contact with the woman or have anyone else contact her except Holliday or people working for Holliday. A Johnson County jury in December found Pistotnik guilty of a misdemeanor battery count involving his wife, from whom he is now divorced.

A hearing was held in that case Thursday. Pistotnik's attorney received a postponement on a hearing on his motion for a new trial. The hearing was rescheduled for March 5. As in the case Friday, part of the battery against his wife was observed by police who had been called to the house. Pistotnik testified he was only restraining his wife because she was violent and hysterical.

She initially refused to cooperate in the case and told police she did not want him arrested. Last March 27 in Westport, a witness told police he saw Pistotnik push his wife and then strike her after she tried to strike him. She fell and her head struck a parked car. Pistotnik was found guilty of disturbing the peace in that incident. According to court documents, Pistotnik got his wife to sign an affidavit absolving him of responsibility.

The battery charges each carry a maximum sentence of six months in jail. WARRENSBURG Cloyd Everett Smith, 64. Warrensburg, died Jan. 16. 1992.

at the home. He was born in Leeton. and lived in Johnson County. most of his life: he had lived in Warrensburg since 1966. Mr.

Smith was a real estate broker and owned the Frontier Realty Co. in Warrensburg: he retired in 1979. He was a member of the Harmony Baptist Church. Leeton. Survivors include his wife.

Doris Smith of the home: a son. Danny Smith. Sedalia. a daughter. Terry Smith.

Oak Grove in Jackson County: and four grandsons. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Holdren Chapel. Warrensburg: burial Carpenter Cemetery, near Chilhowee. The family suggests contributions to the church.

Classified Funeral Notices Funeral Notices CATO MR. C. ROBERT 64 of Prairie Village, passed away Jan. 16. Memorial services 4 p.m.

Sat. Village Presbyterian Church. Private Interment Mi. Moriah Cemetery. NEWCOMER'S OVERLAND PARK Metcalf at 82nd FRERKING DOROTHY 79, Ravtown.

passed away Jan. 16. Services 11 a.m. Sat. In our Chapel.

Burial Floral Hills Cemetery. NEWCOMER'S FLORAL HILLS CHAPEL Blue Ridge Gregory GALLER ANNABELI passed away Ser vices 3 p.m. our Chapel. Burial Floral Hills NEWCOMER'S FLORAL HILLS CHAPEL Blue CANZER MR. HERMAN F.

82, of Prairie passed away vices p.m. at our Chapel. Interment Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Weston, Mo. Friends may call p.m. Sat.

NEWCOMER'S OVERLAND PARK Metcalf at 82nd E0024 GRIFFIN MILDRED J. 67, of Independence, Mg. passed, away Jan. Cremation. GEO.

C. CARSON SONS Winner at Fuller 252-7900 LONG MEREDITH A SR. 72, of CMO. Services a.m. Sat.

Chapel. Burial White Chapel Cemetery. Contributions American Cancer Society, KC Hospice or Police Benefit Assoc. CHARLES EDof Independence, Mo. passed away Jan.

Services 10 a.m. Mon. Carson's Indep. Chapel. Friends may call 37 p.m.

Sun. GEO. C. CARSON I SONS Winner at Fuller SHERMAN MRS. MAXINE 63, passed away Jan.

16. Services p.m. Sat: our Chapel. Interment New Hope NEWCOMER'S 6600 N. WHITE Antioch CHAPEL 361-0024 Cemetery Lots Monuments SPACES at MI.

Moriah: market value $1400 will sell $1100. Call 267-8884 after 5 FOREST MILL 3 graves, vaults, 236-9536 GREEN LAWN. 5200 Hillcrest 38. 6 0.

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