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Visitation

Yazel-Megli Funeral Home, Marion Chapel
Friday January 7th, 2022
12:00pm - 2:00pm

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Funeral Service

Yazel-Megli Funeral Home, Marion Chapel
Friday January 7th, 2022
2:00pm

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Archie Lee Stenzel

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Archie’s life began on August 15, 1937, in Marion. He was the son of Albert L. and Linda (Fischer) Stenzel. Archie was united in marriage to Maryellyn Koehn on September 20, 1974, at Parkview Christian Church in Springfield, MO. Archie ran the FINA service station in Marion for many years. He loved to work on vehicles and had always worked for either service stations or delivering fuel prior to owning the FINA station. Archie loved the country and living in their country home. He was especially fond of his dogs. He is survived by his wife Maryellyn of Marion; son Tim (Debbie) Stenzel of El Dorado; siblings Shirley Palmer or Springfield, MO, and Phyllis (Ralph) Kreutziger of McPherson, KS. Archie passed away on January 5, 2022, at St. Francis Hospital in Wichita. He is preceded in death by his parents and son Barry Stenzel. His family will gather with friends on Friday January 7, 2022, from noon until 2 p.m. at Yazel Megli Funeral Home, Marion where his funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. led by Pastor Maynard Koehn. He will be laid to rest in Marion Cemetery. Memorial contributions in his name may be directed to the Aulne Church. Please sign his online guestbook and leave a memory of Archie at www.yazelmeglifh.com

 

 

 


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Guestbook

Archie my brother, its been a long time since we were kids on the farm.
Archie was 2 years younger than I was. We went to Kreutziger, a one room school, just a little ways from our farm.

Our family moved to Marion my first year of high school, Archie started a couple of years later. He didn't stay in school long. He said he knew everything they were teaching so he went to work at a filling station.

After I got married and moved to Springfield, MO we didn't see each other except on holidays and later just a talk on the phone.

I was so happy to talk to him at Christmas. I always asked him to come to visit us, he said he was there once.

Shirley Palmer Jan 21 2022 10:27 PM