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"IN MEMORY OF"
This program is dedicated to the memory of a loved one and
sponsoring of Kansas Veterans going on a future KANSAS HONOR FLIGHT. 
The cost to send one Kansas veteran on the KANSAS HONOR FLIGHT is $700.00.
The KANSAS HONOR FLIGHT is asking for a $25.00 minimum donation to pay forward and sponsor a KANSAS veteran of World War II, Korean War of the Vietnam War.

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  1. After you have made your donation, please send us a picture of your loved one to be honored.
    There is space to post information about your loved one.
    Please send picture and information to honorflightwichita@gmail.com

 

2.) Contact Us - honorflightwichita@gmail.com

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 Connolly, Daniel

 

In Memory of Sponsor - Deidre Myers

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 Dent, Palmer We no longer post donations to date. Questions: honorflightwichita@gmail.com
"Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for all the generous donations in loving Memory of Palmer Dent . We are overwhelmed with the love and sympathy from Palmer's friends and loved ones. Palmer was always a helper , and through this Memorial we hope to continue his legacy of helping others.

Shane and Michelle Dent "


In Memory Of - Sponsor - Michelle Dent -
mldent@cox.net
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Hanenkrat, Thomas "Tom"  
 


"In Memory Of" - Sponsor - Susan Davis

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Hurst, George Owen  
George Owen Hurst, who passed away on 11/08/17. He joined the Army in January of 1943 and served as a medic before getting wounded in France in 1944. He received a Purple Heart, Silver Star, and British Bravery Commendation Medal. He was greatly loved by his family, and he is missed. He was the beneficiary of a Kansas Honor Flight, and it is my privilege to make this donation in his memory.
"In Memory Of" - Sponsor - Susan Sanders
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Morrison, George
In honor of George Morrison who served, and went on the Kansas Honor Flight in 2017.

 

Sponsor - Hannah Morrison - hannmorri@gmail.com

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Paschal, William D. We no longer post donations to date. Questions: honorflightwichita@gmail.com
William was born on the family farm near Luray, KS and graduated from Osborne High School where he excelled in academics and was the Captain of the debate team. Upon graduation from high school, William joined the Army. He was an infantry scout and combat medic. Captured by the Germans after an intense night of fighting, he was a POW for 100 days. After returning from the service, William married his high school sweetheart and recently celebrated 72 years of marriage.
William was a highly decorated soldier receiving notably the Combat Infantry Badge, Silver Star, a Bronze Star with a "V" for valor, 2 additional Bronze Stars, a Prisoner of War Medal, and a Purple Heart. He was recognized by the Army for gallantry in action and credited with saving the lives of many soldiers during a particular firefight.
Upon graduation from KU, William served as the milk sanitarian for the city of Lawrence and bacteriologist for the State of Kansas. William graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Dental School. In 1966, William opened a dental practice in Wichita, KS after practicing dentistry with Virgil Palmer in Haysville, KS. Funeral services were Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at Resthaven Mortuary.
Memorial donations may be made to Kansas Honor Flight Inc. or Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice.

Wichita Eagle story about him: 
The Wichita Eagle Obituaries Link

"In Memory Of" - Sponsor - Jan Paschal jlp321@hotmail.com

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 Petr, Brian

Brian Petr was born March 28, 1993 to Kathy and Don Petr. He joined the Army Reserve in March of 2011. His Basic Training was at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He then went to Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri for his AIT in 88 Mike, truck driving. At the time of his death he was an E-4 Specialist.

He earned a BS in Computer Engineering at K-State in 2015 while working at ResNet. It was at ResNet where he met his wife Amy. They begin dating September 1, 2016. Then he moved to Jacksonville, Florida for a warmer climate in October of 2016. After Amy graduated from Manhattan Technical College in May of 2017, she moved to Jacksonville so they could end their long-distance dating.

Exactly one year after their first date, they married September 1, 2017 in Wichita, KS. That was the last time we saw him alive. On November 3, 2017, just 63 days after getting married, he was riding his motorcycle to work in the morning when a vehicle made a U-turn in front of him. We do not know at this point if he died instantly or shortly after at the hospital. He was buried in Wichita, KS.

We miss you Brian!
Love, Mom and Dad

"In Memory Of" - Sponsor - Kathy Petr kpetr@cox.net

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Reveles, Viviano
 

 


"In Memory Of" - Linda Mahnken - lindacmahnken@gmail.com

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 Seward, Warren
 



 

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Sponsored by Philip Schroder, Jean Lunt, Douglas Cowell, Eric Burkhead, Debbie and Mick Pond.

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