Jerimiah Anthony Lomsdale

Jerimiah Anthony Lomsdale

June 10, 1980 - January 23, 2023
Jerimiah Anthony Lomsdale, 42, of Topeka KS, passed away on Monday January 23rd, 2023 at 23 hours, 23 minutes, and 23 seconds. He was born in Edmonds WA to Linda (Smith) Lomsdale and Tony Lomsdale on June 10th, 1980. Jerimiah married Lura (Rice) Lomsdale August 07, 2004. Jerimiah was a doting father and an attentive husband.  Jerimiah was a community manager and took great pride in being there for his community. It brought him great joy and pride to help people. Jerimiah was an avid Seattle Seahawks fan that loved to play disc golf, to go fishing, camping, and was learning to play the bass guitar.
Jerimiah is survived by his wife, son Chanse (CJ) Lomsdale, and daughter Ayla Lomsdale. Jerimiah is also survived by his only sister Melissa (Lomsdale) Hendershot (Jonathon), James Lomsdale (Lauren), Josh Lomsdale (Mari), and Angelo Lomsdale, along with several nieces and nephews. Jerimiah was preceded in death by his mother (Linda) and his father (Tony) recently in the prior year.
Memorial services for Jerimiah will be held at Cornerstone Community Church on Friday February 3rd at 6:30 pm.
Winifred (Wini) Fields Zinn

Winifred (Wini) Fields Zinn

July 25, 1938 - January 24, 2023
Winifred (Wini) Fields Zinn was born on July 25, 1938 in Manhattan, Kansas to Fred W And Helen Fields. Wini graduated from Manhattan High School in 1956. Wini attended Kansas State University for 1 year before Wedding Boyce Gene Zinn in 1958. Winifred is survived by her son, George Frederick Zinn (Rick) and her brother Lloyd Fields of Pharr, Texas.
Wini retired a legal Secretary from the Law Firm of Fisher, Patterson, Saylor and Smith in 2003. Winifred enjoyed Square Dancing and was a past Secretary of the NESDA. Wini volunteered in the gift shop for The Treasures of  the Czar exhibition that was in Topeka in 1995. Wini enjoyed watching movies in TCM, reading mysteries, playing triominoes and listening to gospel music. 
The Family asks in lieu of flowers donate to the NE Kansas Parkinson Assoication in her name or any local Parkinson groups in your area.
Jeremy Allan Johnson

Jeremy Allan Johnson

May 22, 1971 - January 15, 2023

Jeremy Allan Johnson was born on May 22, 1971, in Topeka, Kansas. He moved to Texas when he was seven days old. Jeremy is the son of James (Jim) Allan and Linda Johnson. Growing up he loved to travel on family vacations. He was able to see most of the country from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific. Jeremy graduated from Krum High School in 1990, and then attended Cook County Junior College. He worked for many years for Aramark in the North Texas ISD school district cafeteria. He was also a General level Ham radio operator, a hobby that he shared with his father for many years.

After graduation Jeremy and his family hosted foreign exchange students from Brazil, Finland, Germany, and Russia. He welcomed the students as family and enjoyed learning about the different cultures. The following were shared about Jeremy from some of the students.

            Matthias (Germany): He is a wonderful person who welcomed me with open arms.

            Annika (Germany): I remember him smiling and being positive.

            Asya (Russia): He has always been a very kind person and I remember this kind sweet smile                                              on his face.

            Harri (Finland): He was positive person and funny, we had good times together.

Jeremy was a talented and accomplished hand spinner. Receiving the sheared wool from an alpaca ranch in New Mexico, he cleaned it and prepared it for spinning and then created beautiful hand spun yarn. Hand spinning was, for many years, his profession.

In notifying friends about his death, one word was used again and again. That word was kind. Jeremy was a kind and gentle man.  He had recently returned to Topeka to live near family. He is survived by his mother Linda Johnson, and his aunts and uncles Victoria and William Harvey, Steve Brown and Mary Perez, Don and Patricia Brown, Kim Brown, Janie and Ed Edwards, and Don and Donna Johnson.

Jeremy was a certified Methodist lay speaker and worked in the Truck Stop Ministry in Denton, Texas. He was a member over the years of Krum United Methodist Church, Oak Park UMC in Paris, Texas, First Christian Church of Paris, and recently attended Grace UMC in Topeka. The memorial service will be held at Grace UMC conducted by the Reverend Kevin Rea.


Vivian Merle Boettcher

Vivian Merle Boettcher

March 18, 1932 - January 01, 2023
Vivian Merle Boettcher passed away Jan. 1st 2023.
She was born March 18 1932 in Forest Hill, Louisiana. The daughter of Kirby and Jesse Rogers. At the age of two her parents moved to a farm just north of Perry, Kansas. Where she grew up and graduated from Perry High School. 
Then worked as a file clerk in Kansas City, Missouri for Kansas City fire and Marines Insurance Company. She then married David Brown and had two kids Geneva K. Jones and Eugene W. Brown. After divorcing David she also worked at Luce's clipping company and Riders Drive-In in Topeka. She was also married to staff sergeant Lowell J. Rusher they also divorced after 12 years of marriage. She then married Leland L. Boettcher Nov. 22,1972 of Topeka, Kansas. She also worked at Palmer News for several years until she retired. After retiring she did a lot of babysitting and volunteer work and was also a member of the Northland Christian Church. She was proceeded in death by her husband Leland Boettcher, parents Kirby and Jesse Rogers, her three brothers Jack Rogers, Herbert Rogers and KL Rogers, and three sisters Agnes Keller, LaRue Rogers and Shirley Williams.
Survivors include stepdaughter Christina Brandenburg of Topeka, her daughter and son Geneva Jones and Eugene Brown of Topeka, four grandchildren
Alvin & Rozita Smith of Phoenix, Arizona, Casey Brown of Tennessee, Dorothy Jones of Topeka, Sheila Brown of Oklahoma City, and one great grandchild Alana Smith.
Robert(Bob) Dale Davenport

Robert(Bob) Dale Davenport

January 17, 1933 - January 04, 2023

Robert(Bob) Dale Davenport age 89 from Topeka, Ks peacefully passed on January 4, 2022 ay Stormont Vail Hospital. He was born on January 17, 1933 to Chester A. Davenport and Hannah L. Davenport(Louise Ceiling) in Kansas City, Ks. He graduated from Topeka High in 1951. He attended Washburn University where he met his wife Carolyn, then Pittsburg State University graduating in 1962. He returned to Pittsburg a few years later getting his master’s degree. He was an Industrial Arts teacher at Jardine Jr High for one year. He then moved to Landon Jr High where he was the head football coach and Industrial Arts teacher for 10 years. While teaching Bob started Robert Davenport Construction building houses during the summer.  When he quit teaching, Bob built houses full time and was a successful Residential Contractor in the Topeka area. He built many homes mostly in the Lake Sherwood area until he retired at age 75.  He enjoyed golfing, sailing, traveling, fishing, and watching all types of sports. Bob and Carolyn were involved in many of the social activities at Lake Sherwood. He married Carolyn A. Carson in 1955. They were married for a wonderful 67 years until he passed. He is survived by his wife Carolyn, daughters Kathy Zeckser, Theresa Swearingen(Brad), his son Mark Davenport, 5 grandchildren, 6 greatgrandchildren, 2 brothers Jay & Phillip and 2 sisters JoAnn & Karen. He was proceeded in death by his parents and brother Gene.

Per Bob’s wishes, his body is to be cremated. Angles Above is taking care of the cremation.

 In In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Helping Hands Humane Society, 5720 SW 21st St., Topeka, Kansas 66604.

Linda Gail Dunn (Bailey)

Linda Gail Dunn (Bailey)

September 10, 1951 - December 29, 2022

Linda Gail Dunn (Bailey) of Topeka, Kansas passed away in her home surrounded by her family on Thursday, December 29th, 2022 at the age of 71. Linda was born on September 10, 1951 in Columbus, Indiana to Samuel and Stella Mae Bailey. On November 7th, 1986, she married Ronald E. Dunn. Linda retired from the State of Kansas Division of Printing after 30 years of service. After Linda retired from the State, in her free time, she volunteered at St. Johns Lutheran Church as a sacristan, worked on their monthly newsletter and delivered flowers during the holidays to the elderly congregation. Linda was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She loved nothing more than to spend time with her family whether it be hour-long phone calls or just stopping by for a visit. Linda enjoyed shopping for antiques and she could never pass up a good handbag. She gave the best advice and was never afraid to speak her mind. She loved spending time with her great-granddaughters and they looked forward to those special days they got to spend with their “Nana.” Linda also enjoyed watching her grandchildren play sports and was always on the sidelines cheering them on.

Linda is preceded in death by her father, Sam and her mother, Stella. She is survived by her husband Ron of 37 years, her sister Carol Pelayo, and their four children Dinel Cropper (John), Tamara Barber (Tim), Randy Dunn (Rena) and Scott Gray. She is also survived by her 12 grandchildren, Dylan, Dalton, Chase, Rhyan, Cameron, Kristian, TaiSheona, McKenna, Randall, Matt, Sam, Dustin and her two great-granddaughters, Serenity and Makenzie. Linda’s celebration of life will be held on Saturday, January 28th, 2023 from 10am-2pm at 5045
SW West Hills Dr. Topeka, KS 66606. Any donations will go towards breast cancer research.

Melvyn B. Morgan Hagen

Melvyn B. Morgan Hagen

February 12, 1942 - December 23, 2022

Melvyn B. Morgan Hagen of Emporia, Kansas, formerly of Fayetteville, Arkansas, passed away December 23, 2022, at the age of 80.  He and his late wife, the former Mary Ellen Lane of Runnels, Iowa, had moved to Kansas to be closer to their daughter and son-in-law.

Melvyn and Mary Ellen were married in Runnels, Iowa at the Reorganized Church of Latter-Day Saints. They made their home in Altoona, Iowa.  

Melvyn worked as a surveyor with Bishop Engineering and as a teacher at United Electronics Institute in Iowa and then went to work for IBM in Iowa and then Colorado. While in Iowa he and Mary Ellen travelled a lot to weekend bluegrass venues setting up equipment and recording equipment for the various performers. When he retired, he and Mary Ellen moved to Arkansas and he kept busy with things like playing the organ and the accordion, his ham radio group BCRO, helping the neighborhood kids with their homework and even his grandkids with their college math homework.  He loved his grandkids, Bluegrass music, and his dogs (Miss Trudy, Maynard, Reggie, Polly, Gabby, and Sonny).  His parents were Melvin and Genevieve Hagen who predeceased him, as did his nephew Brent Jones and brother-in-law Holly Hollobaugh.

He is survived by his daughter Tamara (William Blalock) of Emporia Kansas, granddaughters Jessica (Nicholas Bradford), Rebbeca Segelhurst, Janet Segelhurst, a grandson Christopher (Ashley) Segelhurst, a sister Joann Hollobaugh of Phoenix, a nephew Jon Drew, and 5 Great-Grandchildren. As well as numerous extended family members in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Arizona.  A memorial service will be scheduled for Melvyn and Mary Ellen together, at a later date, in Winterset, Iowa.

Sue Coleman-Munoz

Sue Coleman-Munoz

November 30, 1939 - December 25, 2022

Sue Coleman-Munoz, 83, passed away on December 25, 2022 at Oak Creek Senior Living in Topeka, KS.

Sue was born to Curtis and Orlene (Boxell) Coleman on November 30, 1939 in Topeka, KS. Sue married Larry Breuninger and they had two children together. They were later divorced. She married Randy Lefebvre and they later divorced. She married Phil Munoz. He preceded her in death. Sue was also preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Sally McCabe (Mike) of California. 

Sue is survived by her sister, Sandra Hubbard (Gary) of Arizona, son, Larry Breuninger Jr (Stephanie), daughter, Jill Tiller (Mike), five grandchildren, Mark Breuninger, Austin Breuninger, Breanna Emig, Courtney Emig and Dylan Emig, three step grandchildren, Kali Thomas, Lacey Monhollon and Brian Tiller, six great grandchildren and eight step great grandchildren. 

Sue’s family would like to thank Winona and her staff at Oak Creak Senior Living for the wonderful care she received while she was a resident there. 

Per her wishes, Sue will be cremated and a Celebration of Life will be held on January 8, 2023 from 11:00a to 2:00p at Lake Shawnee Shelter House #6, 3521 SE East Edge Rd, Topeka, KS 66605.

Elizabeth A. Holle

Elizabeth A. Holle

December 18, 1960 - December 04, 2022

Elizabeth A. Holle of Topeka passed away on December 4, 2022 at Stormont Vail Hospital. She was born on December 18, 1960 to Robert D. Olmstead and Charlotte A. Olmstead (Wrye) in Great Bend, Kansas.

Elizabeth grew up in Dodge City and Garden City, Kansas.

She was proceeded in death by her father Robert in 2020.

Survivors include – her mother Charlotte (Topeka); sister Diane (Georgia); brothers Tony (Maine) and Michael (Kansas City); three children - Cassandra, Christopher and Courtney (all of Topeka); three grandchildren – Shawn, Shaylee, and Aleena (all of Topeka); three great-grandchildren – Eliana, Shayla, and L. Lamar Jr (all of Topeka).

Memorial services for family and friends will be held at a later date.

David F. Cameron

David F. Cameron

March 04, 1964 - December 01, 2022

David F. Cameron of Topeka, passed away on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at the age of 58.

He was born March 04, 1964, in Topeka, Kansas, the son of Alan Cameron and Alice Lueb Cameron. 

David attended Holy Name Grade School and Topeka High School.

David was an avid KU Basketball fan, he enjoyed fishing and going to the drag races.

Survivors include sisters, Patti Jackson (Maurice) and Libby Hermanson (Jim); brothers, Tim Cameron (Sandy) and Kirby Cameron (Tammy); nieces, Piper Naimabadi (Reza), Ali Cameron, Grace Young (Andre) and Sawyer Cameron; nephews, Reece Bartron, Andrew Cameron and Austin Cameron.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Mike Cameron and sister Anne Bartron.

Private inurnment will take place at a later date. A Celebration of David’s life will also be held at a later date.

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