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    Lyman Wakefield "Dub" Kentner, age 89, of Lamar, died Thursday, May 23, 2013, at Barton County Memorial Hospital.

    Dub was born January 14, 1924 at Golden City, MO to Lyman Wakefield Kentner Sr. and Mary Evelyn (Hastings) Kentner. He graduated Golden City High School and then served his country in the United States Army.  On January 17, 1955, he married Kathryn Roberta Rose at Lamar and together they raised two children.  Dub worked many years as a dozer operator for Murray Construction in Carthage, Missouri.  He enjoyed woodworking and fishing.

   Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Kathryn; one son, Don and Shelley Kentner, of Liberal, Missouri; one daughter, Deborah Kentner, of Lamar; one grandson, Kyle Wakefield Kentner of Liberal; one brother, Gary Kentner of Seattle, Washington; four sisters, Erma McGuire of Golden City, Missouri; Martha Maxwell of Carthage, Missouri, Joann Tierny of Gladstone, Missouri and Mary Lollar of Durant, Oklahoma.

    Dub was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, J.C. Kentner, and one sister, Phyllis McGuire.

   Funeral service will be 10:00 am Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at Daniel Funeral Home. Burial with full military honors will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery.



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#2 Andalusia, AlabamaJim and Patricia Wilcox 2013-05-27 15:04
We were surprised and saddenen when Jim Kentner called to tell us about Dub's passing. We remember fondly all the trips to Chicken Annies and all the tomatoes, etc. from Dubs garden. Sorry we cannot be there now but will try for the Kentner reunion in August. We will keep Kathryn and Debbie in our prayers.
#1 Kansas City, MOLoretta Temple 2013-05-25 00:34
It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of Dub Kentner. He was a quiet man with his words, but was heard loud & clear regarding family values and work ethic. L.W. could be found in the field hard at work, pushing dirt with his dozer or at home, spending time with his family. Dub left each of us with many memories and words of guidance and I will cherish those forever. RIP Uncle Dub.

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