KSGENWEB INTERNET GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY COPYRIGHT NOTICE:  In keeping with the KSGenWeb policy of providing free information on the Internet, this data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied materiel.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in any format for profit or other gain.  Copying of the files within by non-commercial individuals and libraries is encouraged.  Any other use, including publication, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission by electronic, mechanical, or other means requires approval of the file's author.

AUGUSTA GAZETTE, 20 November 2000
Earl M. Firebaugh

Earl M. Firebaugh, 96, Augusta, retired Mobil Oil Co. division chief gauger, died Monday November 20, 2000.

His funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday, November 24, at the First United Methodist Church, 2420 N. Ohio.

He was born August 28, 1904 to Alvin and Lina (Stevenson) Firebaugh in Linwood.

On July 12, 1928, he and Gladys O. Varner were united in marriage in Augusta.

He was a member of the First United Methodist Church and a life member of the Augusta Kiwanis club.

He is survived by his sons and daughter-in-law, Jim and Ellen Firebaugh of Augusta, Bob Firebaugh of New Castle, Wyo.; brother, Carl Firebaugh of Boulder Colo.; grandchildren Scott, Larry, Greg, Pat, Jarred Firebaugh, and Deidre Christen; 11 great-grandchildren.

Memorials to Augusta Kiwanis Club and First United Methodist Church have been suggested.

Cochran Mortuary of Wichita is in charge of arrangements.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

Last Updated:  Sunday, November 06, 2005 16:18:27

Back to the Butler County Obituaries Index
Back to KSGenWeb Digital Library
Back to KSGenWeb State Index Page

Page Design, HTML Coding and Layout - Copyrightę2000-2009 by Kenneth Thomas, All Rights Reserved.
The KSGenWeb Project logo Copyrightę1996-2009 by Tom & Carolyn Ward, All Rights Reserved.
For the limited use of the KSGenWeb Project.  Permission is granted for use only on an Official KSGenWeb Project page.
Copyright for transcribed obituaries reside fully with the respective newspaper.