Funeral Homes in HORTON

online funeral home guide
funeral home, cemeteries
 

send sympathy flowers and gifts

        #  Funeral Flowers
        #  Sympathy Flowers
        Archives  Death Certificates
        #  Obituary Search

Funeral Home Search
 
  Funeral Home Name:

  State:
-- OR --
   Zip:
  All Listings Within:
  
   


Funeral Guide

 


 

 

 

 

 

Funeral Homes > Kansas > Horton

Horton, KS  Funeral Homes

The following funeral service provider list is in Horton, Kansas. Please select a funeral home listing below to view more details about local services provided.
 
Show your respect and express condolences by sending beautiful flowers to celebrate a life well lived. Ordering flowers is quick and easy. Click on the link on the right of a listing and choose an appropriate flower arrangement.

Send Sympathy Flowers to any Funeral Home in Horton, Kansas

Maple Chaney Mortuary
909 Central Avenue
Horton , KS 66439
(785) 486-3811
Send Funeral Flowers to Maple Chaney Mortuary
Send Flowers to Maple Chaney Mortuary

Send Sympathy Flowers to any Funeral Home in Horton, Kansas


Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News


Arlene Mae Prosen

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Garry. Those left to cherish her memory include her husband, Stanley of Winona; children, Anne (Keith) Krage of Winona, Bruce Prosen of Winona, William Garry of Weaver, Minn., Sandra (Garry) Beck of Hortonville, Wis., Sharon Prosen of Winona, Timothy (Pat) Prosen of Shell Knob, Mo., and Lisa (Patrick) Erdenberger of Prairie du Chien, Wis.; grandchildren: Briana, Elizabeth, Logan, Kaitlin, Alexandra, Aaron, Shane, Reid, Patrick, Austin and Tyler; great-grandchildren: Elysia, Emilia, Michael, Shelby, Savannah, Sydney and Kadyn; brother, Dan Eklund of Tucson, Ariz.; other extended family and many, many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; and brother, Roger Ecklund. Visitation will be held Monday, Jan. 30, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Fawcett-Junker Funeral Home in Winona, with vigil prayers at 6:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Winona, with the Rev. Rick Colletti officiating. There will be a one-hour visitation prior to the funeral service, with rosary at 9:30 a.m. Burial will take place at Gilbert Cemetery in Gilbert, Minn., on Wednesday, Feb. 1. The family has deemed that "God needed a gardener." We love her so. Any memorials received will be lovingly donated to Arlene's passions. Words of sympathy or remembrance may be left at www.fawcett-junkerfuneralhome.com. Services entrusted to Fawcett-Junker Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Winona. (Winona Daily News)

Storms cause widespread damage - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Pollard and Mark Blake all won contested races. However, incumbent Tracy Nelson in Ward 4 was defeated by Kenny Carter in a tight three-way race that included Leon Groves. Joe Bisch defeated J.D. Horton for mayor of Grayville, and the incumbents on the Grayville council all retained their seats. Turnout was low, about 17.9 percent. A lightning strike and fire that followed caused the destruction of the Patrick and Amanda Mick home in Crossville. No one was hurt. Lightning also hit a young turkey hunter and his father near Crossville the same day. Both survived. Elaine Foster, who had previously announced her pending retirement after more than 40 years as director at the Carmi Public Library, was honored as one of the Friends of the Year by the Friends of Carmi Library organization. Stephanie Dennis was named as Foster's replacement. Thousands of Christian faithful from around the country were expected to attend a revival in a huge outdoor tent erected near Rig Ministries. The revival was to feature nationally-known evangelist Eddie James and his ministry team, with an emphasis on saving the youth of the nation. Carmi-White County High School junior Evan Worlds was selected to the All-South Wrestling Team following a vote by coaches. Carmi Mayor David Port reported a tota...

Storms cause widespread damage - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Pollard and Mark Blake all won contested races. However, incumbent Tracy Nelson in Ward 4 was defeated by Kenny Carter in a tight three-way race that included Leon Groves. Joe Bisch defeated J.D. Horton for mayor of Grayville, and the incumbents on the Grayville council all retained their seats. Turnout was low, about 17.9 percent. A lightning strike and fire that followed caused the destruction of the Patrick and Amanda Mick home in Crossville. No one was hurt. Lightning also hit a young turkey hunter and his father near Crossville the same day. Both survived. Elaine Foster, who had previously announced her pending retirement after more than 40 years as director at the Carmi Public Library, was honored as one of the Friends of the Year by the Friends of Carmi Library organization. Stephanie Dennis was named as Foster's replacement. Thousands of Christian faithful from around the country were expected to attend a revival in a huge outdoor tent erected near Rig Ministries. The revival was to feature nationally-known evangelist Eddie James and his ministry team, with an emphasis on saving the youth of the nation. Carmi-White County High School junior Evan Worlds was selected to the All-South Wrestling Team following a vote by coaches. Carmi Mayor David Port reported a tota...

The Personal Sting of Southgate/Mad Hatter Closings - Cincinnati CityBeat

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
The music was always important, but often was icing on the cake. When Southgate House closes, I will certainly the music, but I’ll also remember the parlour’s unisex bathroom, missing Reverand Horton Heat in favor of story time with a beautiful blonde and singing Danzig at karaoke. While the Mad Hatter was delightfully unstable, the Southgate House was like a rock. When I worked at the Levee, I often capped off a night at work with a trip to Southgate House. Awash in a sea of fake tans, short skirts and Ed Hardy shirts, the Southgate House is a bastion for authenticity in the area and I’m not sure that anything can fill that void. It was a place to escape the insanity of the Levee. After eight hours of dealing with drunk, high or just plain inconsiderate customers, having a place to sit down, drink a few memories away and enjoy some honky-tonk is immeasurably beneficial. If some new venue tries to copy or replace this feeling, I don’t know if I can ever accept it. There are rumors that Southgate House’s management and staff are opening a new venue in Newport, with the house receiving renovations. The Mad Hatter is slated to reopen under a new name and owner. I’ve been following the news and rumors swirling around both venues since they arose and began to take shape, but I still cannot pin down my feelings. On one hand, I agree with legendary local musician, David Rhodes Brown, who said that it is not a building that creates a community, but the people within it. But at the same time, both of these venues are symbols of years of the formative period of my life. I grew up in both of these places and to see them change in any way, shape, or form is terrifying to me. I don’t know how to let go and I’m not sure if I’ll ever be able to do so completely. The owner of Bangarangs (Mad Hatter’s replacement) has stated that they hope to run the establishment better than the Hatter, with several improvements on policies on everything from moshing to pricing. And Southgate Houses’ staff seems excited about the new venue, leading me to believe that big things could be coming down the pipe very soon. But with so much of the situation being untested and uncertain, all I’m left with right now are memories of over half a decade, taking place in venues that will cease to be in a few short days. No matter what the outcome is, however, I will always have my memories: the highs, the lows, the sadness, and the joy. When the final, last call rolls around on New Year’s Eve, I’ll lift my glass to all that was and hope that there is still more to come. If these venues mean anything similar to you, please do the same. Our memories will guarantee that neither venue will every truly die. (A shortened version of this essay ran in CityBeat's "Year in Film and Music" issue, Dec. 21) ...

Joseph Daniel Verity - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Manwaring, and son, Matthew, all of Greenport; his siblings, Jean Cossobaume of Houston, Texas, and Marcy Anne Bruck of Logansport, Ind; and four grandchildren. Visiting hours took place Dec. 28 at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport, and a service was held Dec. 29 at St. Agnes R.C. Church, Father Thomas P. Murray officiating. Interment was at East Marion Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Burton Potter American Legion Post 185 or the Greenport Fire Department Rescue Squad.

January 2012 Table of Contents - Locus Online

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
T    B O O K S Gardnerspace: Short Fiction Column by Gardner Dozois / 14 F&SF 11-12/11; Asimov’s 12/11; Interzone 7-8/11; Interzone 9-10/11; Interzone 11-12/11. Short Fiction Reviews by Richard Horton / 15 Asimov’s 1/12; Analog 1-2/12; Realms of Fantasy 10/11; On Spec Summer ’11; An A to Z of the Fantastic City, Hal Duncan; Wave of Mutilation, Douglas Lain; Fall Into Time, Douglas Lain. Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 16 Sea Hearts (in the US and UK as The Brides of Rollrock Island), Margo Lanagan; Hitchers, Will McIntosh; Cain, Jos&3acute; Saramago. Reviews by Faren Miller / 18 A Web of Air, Philip Reeve; All Men of Genius, Lev A.C. Rosen; The Taker, Alma Katsu; Necropolis, Michael Dempsey; A Rope of Thorns, Gemma Files. Reviews by Russell Letson / 21 Gothic High-Tech, Bruce Sterling; Earthbound, Joe Haldeman. Reviews by Paul Witcover / 22 Nested Scrolls: A Writers’s Life, Rudy Rucker; The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fantasy, Michael Bishop; Count to a Trillion, John C. Wright. Reviews by Divers Hands: Stefan Dziemianowicz and Gwenda Bond / 24 On Conan Doyle, Michael Dirda; Ghosts Know, Ramsey Campbell; The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares, Joyce Carol Oates; Blood Red Road, Moira Young; The Conference of the Birds, Peter Sís. Locus Listens to Audiobooks: Amy Goldschlager / 27 Consider Phlebas, Iain M. Banks; Fox and Phoenix, Beth Bernobich; Queen of Kings, Maria Dahvana Headley; Tunnel in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein; The Astounding, the Amazing, and the Unknown, Paul Malmont; The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern; Snuff, Terry Pratchett; The Alloy of Law, Brandon Sanderson. Terry Bisson: This Month in History / 15, 17, 19, 23 Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) — Analog January/February 2012 (Rich Horton)Asimov’s December 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Asimov’s January 2012 (Rich Horton)F&SF Nov/Dec 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone July-August 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone Sep-Oct 2011 (Gardner Dozois)Interzone Nov-Dec 2011 (Gardner Dozois)On Spec Summer 2011 (Rich Horton)Realms of Fantasy October 2011 (Rich Horton) Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) — Bishop, Michael • The Door Gunner and Other Perilous Flights of Fancy (Paul Witcover)Campbell, Ramsey • Ghosts Know (Stefan Dziemianowicz)Dempsey, Michael • Necropolis (Faren Miller)Dirda, Michael • On Conan Doyle (Stefan Dziemianowicz)Duncan, Hal • An A-Z of the Fantastic City (Rich Horton)Files, Gemma • A Rope of Thorns (Faren Miller)Haldeman, Joe • a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/search?keywords=9780441020959&index=books&linkC...

Golf course, crime top stories in 2011 - Fort Scott Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Fort Scott Police investigated a fight that took place early the morning of Sept. 18 at Sharky's Pub and Grub where Fort Scott Community College football coach Curtis Horton, 41, was injured. He was taken to Mercy Health Center and was ultimately treated and released.

Getting Over Going Under - Cincinnati CityBeat

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
When Southgate House closes, I will certainly miss the music, but also the Parlour’s unisex bathroom and things like missing Reverend Horton Heat in favor of storytime with some beautiful blonde and singing Danzig at karaoke. While The Mad Hatter was delightfully unstable, the Southgate House was like a rock. When I worked at Newport on the Levee across the street, I often capped off a night at work with a trip to Southgate. Amidst the sea of fake tans, short skirts and Ed Hardy shirts of Levee visitors, the Southgate House was a haven for authenticity, and I’m not sure that anything can fill that void. When/if someone new takes over the venue and tries, I don’t know if I can ever accept it. There are rumors that Southgate House’s management and staff are opening a new venue in Newport and the old House will receive renovations (possibly remaining a music club). The Mad Hatter is slated to reopen under a new name and owner. I’ve been following the news and rumors swirling around both venues since they arose and began to take shape, but I still cannot pin down my feelings.  On one hand, I agree with legendary local musician David Rhodes Brown and others who have said that it is not a building that creates a community, but the people within it. But at the same time, both of these venues are symbols of the formative years of my life. I grew up in both of these places and to see them change in any way, shape or form is terrifying to me. I don’t know how to let go and I’m not sure if I’ll ever be able to do so completely. No matter what the outcome is, however, I will always have my memories — the highs, the lows, the sadness and the joy. When the final last call rolls around on New Year’s Eve, I’ll lift my glass to all that was and hope that there is still more to come. If these venues mean anything similar to you, please do the same. Our memories will guarantee that neither venue will every truly die. © ...

James Frank - The Suffolk Times

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Thomas Frank, both of Providence, R.I.; his grandson, Nicholas Frangopoulos of Staten Island; and his granddaughter, Stephanie Frangopoulos of Warwick, N.Y. Visiting hours took place Nov. 6 at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport. A service was held Nov. 7 at St. Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church in Greenport, followed by interment at Calverton National Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Hebron Presbyterian Church, 84-86 Monroe St., #2, Newark, NJ 07105. This is a paid notice.

'Senseless' murder ends love story - Keokuk Gate City Daily

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
TULSA, Okla. – Ethan Nichols, 21, and Carissa Horton, 18, who police in Tulsa, Okla., say were “senselessly” shot and killed Sunday night after being robbed in an East Tulsa park, had been acquainted for only a short time. But their parents, who have been friends for many years, say the young couple was meant for each other.Former Keokuk residents Scott and Teresa Nichols moved in March to Broken Arrow, Okla., near Tulsa, with their children...




Fresh Flowers

Featured Funeral Homes

Mickey Leopold Funeral Home
1024 Sheridan Avenue
Hoxie , KS

Ayres Calbeck Mortuary
115 East 4th Street
Pratt , KS 67124

Kline s Mortuary of Hays See Cline s
1919 East 22nd Street
Hays , KS 67601

Garnand Funeral Home
605 West North Avenue
Johnson , KS

Russell Funeral Home
610 North Elm Street
Russell , KS 67665