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Daniel L. Reeder, 7/7/1949 – 9/20/2023
Thaddeus Alexander Haverkamp, 7/11/1972 – 7/21/2023
Jeremy Mark Treat, 12/22/1969 – 9/11/2023
Timothy William Hughs, 5/27/1947 – 9/13/2023
Carl Edward Burkhead, 6/20/1935 – 9/7/2023
James Edward Peters, JD, 9/18/1951 – 9/4/2023
These articles were written, edited and/or reposted as news coverage of the deaths of influential community members.
Legendary Lawrence broadcaster Hank Booth died Friday at age 77, following a sudden and unexpected illness.
One of Prairie Park Nature Center’s cutest and longest-lived critters — Pancake, an 8-year-old black-footed ferret — died this week.
Rep. Gail Finney’s colleagues mourned her death Saturday and remembered the Wichita Democrat as a fierce advocate for child welfare reform, a warrior for justice, a champion for her community, and a shining example of a public servant.
Kansas political icon Bob Dole, who represented the state for decades in Washington, D.C., and was the Republican nominee for president in 1996, died Sunday morning at age 98.
U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore served Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District from 1998 to 2010. Later, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, he spoke out in support of more resources and research. Moore died Tuesday.
Burdett Loomis, known as “Bird,” died over the weekend at 76 after being a fixture on the Kansas political scene for decades.