Hoosier Cemetery
Kingman County, Kansas

 

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Name Birth Date Death Date Other Information
Clark, Robert Stephen
12-2-1930 10-7-2004 b. Atchison KS Atchison co, d.  Kingman KS Kingman co, S/O Ralph G. and Minnie M. Clark . He attended Washington School in Atchison until March 1941 when he moved to Wichita, Kansas with his parents and brother and sisters. He finished grade school at Sunnyside and completed intermediate and high school at Roosevelt and East High Schools. He was a national Honor Society student at East High School graduating in 1948. He continued his education at Wichita University which was interrupted by the Korean War. He served in the 4th Army Artillery Division as an Anti-aircraft Fire Control Specialist; with the 75mm Sperry Rand Rapid Fire Low Level Anit-Aircraft weapon system and was stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, South Dakota.  Group as a manager of the Associated Military Programs Planning and Control. He completed his college education under the GI Bill and earned his Industrial Engineering degree from Wichita State University while attending night classes. In 1973 he moved from Wichita to Kingman with his family to establish and operate the Clark Fish'n Ranch with his wife and children and continued to maintain employment with Boeing, Wichita. Subsequently he took early retirement from Boeing to support his wife's operation of Clark Fish'n Ranch. He was preceded in death by a younger sister, Patricia A. Fox in May 2000 and his wife Ruth Evelyn Clark in February 2003.
Converse, E. R. "Russ" 5-17-1913 10-10-2005 b. Burdett ks Pawnee co, d. Kingman ks Kingman co, S/O Charles and Bessie May Strickler Converse. A longtime Kingman resident, previously of Wichita, he was a retired inspector for Boeing Aircraft.He belonged to Kingman Christian Church, and Cushman Club and Model A Club, both of Wichita. On May 16, 1936, he married Mary Stella Roberts in Tulsa. She died May 28, 2001. On Dec. 31, 1944, he married Betty Jean Rhoades in Wichita. She died Oct. 28, 2002.
       

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