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Alyce Marie Van Zee

Dochter van Dealus Clifford van Zee en Lu Ella Winegarden, geboren 4-4-1936 USA SD Miner County, overleden 16-5-2015 USA KS Wichita en begraven USA KS Arkansas City Parker Cemetery

Trouwt 12-10-1957 USA SD Woonscoket, gescheiden 4-6-1962 van Eddie Joe Graham, zoon van Orlando Graham en Geneva Bates geboren 26-7-1936 USA OK Redrock, overleden 1-11-2015 en begraven USA KS Arkansas City Parker Cemetery

Trouwt 7-10-1962 Gale Benjamin Quick, zoon van W T (Winnie) Quick en Fern Thomas, geboren 29-9-1923, overleden 23-12-1962 en begraven USA KS Maple City Cemetery

Trouwt 24-12-1963, gescheiden 4-3-1968 van Marlon Kenneth McDade, geboren 10-5-1928

Trouwt 17-7-1979 Joe Edward Harris, zoon van Isaac Harris en Rosalie Kelley, geboren 12-10-1936 USA KS Peru, gecremeerd 10-1-2014 USA KS Arkansas City en begraven Parker Cemetery

Kinderen van Alyce en Eddie:

  1. Mary Ellen Graham, geboren 1-5-1958, overleden 16-5-1979 en begraven USA KS Arkansas City Riverview Cemetery
  2. Mark Lee Graham, geboren 27-9-1959 USA SD Wessington
  3. Ronald Gene Graham, geboren 27-8-1960

Kind van Alyce en Gale:

  1. Darrell Cliffort Quick, geboren 20-7-1963 USA KS Arkansas City

Kind van Alyce en Marlon:

  1. Rita Kay McDade, geboren 30-7-1964


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Obituary of Joe Edward and Alyce Marie

Joe E. Harris, 77, of Arkansas City, died Friday (January 10, 2014) at the South Central Kansas Medical Center of Arkansas City.

Graveside Services will be Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Parker Cemetery in Arkansas City. Cremation has been effected.

Joe was born October 12, 1936, in Peru, KS, to Isaac and Rosalie (Kelley) Harris. He was reared and educated in Peru, Winfield and Arkansas City.

In 1954, he joined the US Army serving in many countries for 20 years. He was honorably discharged January 31, 1974 at Ft. Sill, Ok.

On July 17, 1979 Joe and Alyce M. VanZee were married. They lived in Arkansas City all their married lives.

Joe retired from the Ark City Police Department in 1993. In his spare time, he enjoyed gun smithing and fishing. He was a longtime member of Ark City VFW serving as commander, honor guard and vice-commander, as well as member of the American Legion.

Survivors include his wife Alyce of the home; brother Carl LeRoy Harris, sister Nancy and husband Lloyd Jones all of Winfield, sons Isaac "Ike" and wife Hope Harris of Arkansas City, William E. and wife Darla Harris of Arvada, Colorado, daughters Patricia and her husband Darrell Troutman of Wellington, Anita and husband Kenny Sumner of Pennsylvania; Mark Graham of Stephensville, Tx, Ronald Graham, Darrell and wife Sheri Quick all of Arkansas City, Rita K. and husband Donald G. Jenkins Jr. of Silverdale; Twenty Grandchildren and Thirty-four Great-Grandchildren.

Proceeding him in death were his parents, daughter Mary Ellen Graham, Great-grandson Andrew Quick and grandson Rhett (Kunkel) Graham.

A memorial has been established with Gentiva Hospice.

Arrangements under the direction of Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home of Arkansas City.

Alyce Marie Harris, 79, of Arkansas City, died Saturday (May 16, 2015) at the Via Christi Medical Center - Hynes Hospice Unit of Wichita. Graveside services are scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Thursday (May 21, 2015) at the Parker Cemetery. The family will greet friends 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening at the funeral home.

Alyce was born April 4, 1936, in Miner County, near Carthage, SD, to Dealus and LuElla (Winegarden) VanZee. She was reared and educated in SD. Alyce married Eddie Joe Graham, the couple had three children and were later divorced. She then married Gayle Quick, the couple had a son, then Gayle preceded her in death. Alyce married Marlon McDade and together they had a daughter and were divorced, Alyce then married Joe Harris in 1979. Together, the couple raised their combined families until Joe died in 2013.

Alyce worked in an insurance office, but spent most of her life as a nurse, retiring in 1988. She continued to work as sexton for Parker Cemetery for many years. Alyce was an active member of both the Shelton Beaty Post #18 American Legion and the Spencer-Ralston Post #1254 VFW Auxiliaries. She served as president of both organizations and participated in many funeral honor guard details as Chaplain and bugler. Aylce also served a treasurer and secretary of the Mavericks Saddle Club, area coordinator of the local Kansas Hunter’s Safety board. She was a member of Shepherd’s Grace Church.

Survivors include sons Mark Graham and wife Terri Tackitt of Stephensville, Texas, Ronald and wife Shelly Graham of Arkansas City; Darrell and wife Sheri Quick of Arkansas City; a daughter Rita and husband Donnie Jenkins, Jr. of Silverdale; sisters Lois Lanter of Colorado, Nyla Thompson of SD, Nancy Gilbert of Colorado; two brothers David VanZee of Illinois, and Donald VanZee of Arkansas City; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands Gayle Quick and Joe Harris, a daughter Mary Ellen Graham, grandchildren Mindy Sue Jenkins, Darrell Andrew Quick and Rhett Casey Graham.

A memorial has been established with Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice. Contributions may be made through the funeral home

Arrangements are being made through the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home of Arkansas City.

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