Mary Lee is survived by her children, Rosalie (Charles) Ratledge of Zephyrhills, Fla., Rhonda (Jeff) Culbertson of Easton and John (Carla) Haas of Leavenworth; her grandchildren, Tyler (Kayla) Haas, Brittney Haas and Sami Jo Culbertson; her step-grandchildren, Jennifer Hays and Jeremy Culbertson; her great-grandchildren, Collin Joseph Haas and Landon Lewis Hayes; and her siblings, Peggy Oldham, Norma Jordan, Shirley Lantrip, Lenny Rae Barnes and Bernice Garnett.
He was born March 3, 1934, in Chattanooga, Tenn., the son of Leonard and Dovie (Roe) Grissom.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Kristen B.
She continued to serve the community at Lansing High School until the fall of 2008.
In recent years, Pat came to know several more biological siblings and family members.
Worth, Texas; she was Grammy to seven grandchildren, Dustin, Christopher, Josh, Jake, Kalyn, Zach and Tana. He did not see color and loved each person equally.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The National MS Society - Mid America Chapter, 7611 State Line Rd, Suite 100, KCMO, 64114. His mother told him, "You like bacon and eggs so much because it was sitting on a tray and you couldn't eat it, the day you were born." He was loved by many and didn't meet a stranger.
Leintz Funeral Home, 4701 10th Ave., Leavenworth, KS. He loved sports and could recall sports history spanning decades. He enjoyed movies and the flying in "Top Gun." His favorite breakfast was bacon and eggs, a meal that was on the tray the day he was born. Henry is survived by two children, Shanna Hiebert (Don) and Raylene Williams (Nick); his nine grandchildren, Kasper, Korbin, Zavian, Reagan, Riley, Dominic Londal, Savannah, Addison, Avery; his three maternal siblings, Karen R.
Print Version Teresa Joan Pence, 63, of Leavenworth, died Monday, Dec. She was born March 9, 1948, in Lincoln, Neb., the daughter of Elmer and Loretta (Nobles) Hurren. Wednesday at Saint Joseph of the Valley Church with Rev. Print Version Mary Lee Haas, 68, of Leavenworth, died Wednesday, Dec. After the death of her father, Mary Lee was raised by her mother and step-father, Roland Whisler. She retired from Lansing Correctional Facility as its first female Captain. As her father was in the US Army, she had fond childhood memories from his service abroad, especially Japan. She was a creative and talented artist and later attended the Kansas City Art Institute before settling in the Leavenworth area.
Teresa enjoyed counted cross stitch, gardening and was an animal lover especially her cats.