Monday, January 11, 2010

Ona Mae Marmon--Scott City

Ona Mae Marmon, 88, passed away on Sunday, January 10th, at Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Dodge City, Ks. She was born on February 20th, 1941 in Ipswich, South Dakota. Oh June 20th, 1941, she married Raymond K. Marmon in Garden City. He died on February 12th, 2007 in Dodge City.

In her life she was a homemaker, mother and sales clerk once her daughters were of school age.

She was very active in the Scott City United Methodist Church where she was a member. Ona Mae was also a youth group sponsor . She also held offices at the local and state level of FCE. She and her husband were very involved in girls softball programs, Winnebago Motor Home activities. Ona Mae was a member of the Scott County Historical Society and volunteered at El Quartelejo Museum.

Ona Mae is survived by four daughters, Carol and Bud Norwood of Grand Junction, Colorado; Betty and Keith Thomas of Leon, Kansas; Bonnie and Gary West of Hollyrood, Kansas; Gwen and Mike Nelso of Dodge City, Ks. Her daughter, Leta R. Flores, preceded her in death.

Other survivors include 2 brothers; Bernard and Barbara Rose of Scott City and Eugene and Ardis Rose of Scott City, a sister-in-law, 2 sisters; Dorthy Rose of Oakley, Ks. and Royle and Jim Radina of Amarillo, Texas. She has eight grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Her funeral will be held at 2:00 cst on Wednesday, January 13th, at the United Methodist Church in Scott City. Inurnment will be held in the Scott County Cemetery.

Memorials may be given to the church OR Camp Lakeside OR El Quartelejo Museum. All are in Scott City. They should be made in c/o Price and Sons Funeral Homes.

Obituary courtesy of Price and Sons Funeral Homes of Garden City, Scott City, Leoti and Tribune.


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