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Ladeana Joyce Walters
Ladeana “Joyce” Walters, age 75, passed away peacefully on December 7, 2019. She was born September 28, 1944 to James and Wilma Harmon of Penalosa, KS. She is survived by her brother, James (Adela) Harmon of Cheney, KS; 3 children, Darren Walters of Victoria, KS, Shawna (Todd) Winter of Marion, KS, and Dina (Brett) Applewhite of Byhalia, MS; and 4 grandchildren, Chelsey, Tyler, Grace, & Campbell. She is predeceased by her parents and her husband, Roy Koon. No official services will be held, her children will host a private gathering for family in Marion, KS. Memorial contributions in her name may be directed to the Marion Library in care of Yazel-Megli-Zeiner Funeral (P.O. Box 96, Marion, KS 66861). Please sign her online guestbook and leave a memory of Joyce at www.ymzfh.com.
Joyce and I met when we went to K-State in 1962. We were roommates in our Sophomore year in Putnam Hall. I was around when Roy came back from the service. We kept in touch for several years then lost track. When her mother passed away, I got a mysterious message which let me get back in touch. I visited her in Kingman and a few time in Marion. A couple of years back, I stopped hearing from her. I tried many ways to reach her to no avail. Today I found a list of contacts and was able to find by googling that she had passed away. I am so very sad to have not been in contact in her final years. My heart is with her. Much love and peace, Joyce.
Iva Lea (Schupp) Bryant Jun 10 2020 12:00 AM
One of our high school family. A simpler time when we enjoyed each other's company and had fun.
dave s Dec 9 2019 12:00 AM
Joyce & I basically grew up together in the Penalosa farming community. We attended Sunday School & Church at the EUB Church in Penalosa, so we had many times together at church picnics, etc. High school we were again together at Kingman and finally, we both went to K-State in 1962. After I left Kansas, I lost touch of Joyce but still remember all the times our paths were mutual. May she rest in Peace.
Barbara Antrim Gollman Dec 9 2019 12:00 AM