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     Inez Quackenbush, age 94, of Lamar, passed away Sunday, October 25, 2009, at Barton County Memorial Hospital.

 

     Inez was born July 27, 1915, in Lamar, to Barney and Myrtle (Garrett) Crockett.  On December 26, 1940, in Girard, Kansas, Inez married Ray M. Quackenbush.  Inez worked at her brother, Walter’s grocery store in Irwin for several years before she and Ray purchased it, renamed it Quackenbush Grocery and operated it for twenty years.  Inez was also the Milford Postmaster for many years.  She was an active member of First Christian Church of Lamar; and was an accomplished pianist who enjoyed gospel music.    

 

     Ray and Inez had celebrated fifty-nine years together at the time of his death, August 29, 2000.  She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Jane Peters; a grandson, Brent Peters; and two brothers, Everett and Walter Crockett.

 

     Survivors include a son-in-law, Gerald & wife Nancy Peters, Lamar; a sister, Betty Boles, Lamar; two sisters-in-law, Marjorie Jones, Liberal, and Jean Crockett, Lamar; a grandson, Greg & wife Alla Peters, Carl Junction; a granddaughter-in-law, Laura Peters, Lamar; two great-granddaughters, Cesily Peters and Darla Irwin; and two great-great-grandchildren, Allison Tiller and Kelsi Lawrence.

 


 

     Memorial contributions are suggested to First Christian Church, American Cancer Society, or the charity of the donor’s choice, in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

     This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent at www.danielfuneralhome.net

 

 

Comments  

#2 Carl Junction, MissouriGreg Peters 2010-05-14 10:53
I am Inez's only surviving grandson. Since Inez's passing my grieving is on-going. Inez was not only my grandmother but my best friend and biggest cheerleader. It will only be in death till this heartache passes and we are reunited once again. Inez was a servent in this life and I fall so short of even beginning to approach her lived out faithfulness each day. I miss you my dear grandmother!
#1 Nancy Hughes 2009-10-26 17:59
Inez was a precious lady and I will miss her quiet presence in the pew in front of me each week. I am positive the Lord welcomed her with the words "Welcome home, Inez, my good and faithful servant."

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