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Milo B. Goering
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Birth: Dec. 23, 1918
McPherson County
Kansas, USA
Death: Aug. 19, 2012
McPherson County
Kansas, USA

Milo B. Goering, 93, died on Sunday (Aug. 19, 2012) at Pine Village. He was born on Dec. 23, 1918, to Benjamin B.J. and Anna (Goering) Goering in Moundridge. He was a farmer-carpenter. He married Evelyn D. Kaufman on Aug. 30, 1944, in Moundridge. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn of Halstead; son, Myron B. Goering of Halstead; daughter, Frankie Huxman of Newton; grandsons, Chris (DeAnn) Huxman of Moundridge and Brian (Corrine) Huxman of Newton; great-grandsons, Ryan, Tyler, Lucas, Andrew, Grant and Ian; brother, Clarence Goering of Moundridge; and sister, Dorothy Krehbiel of Inman. Memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Eden Mennonite Church, rural Moundridge. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, with family present from 6 to 8 p.m. at Moundridge Funeral Home. Memorial donations are suggested to Mennonite Disaster Service, in care of the funeral home. 
Family links: 
  Benjamin B.J. Goering (1891 - 1976)
  Anna P. Goering Goering (1896 - 1984)
  Evelyn D. Kaufman Goering (1920 - 2014)*
  Elda M Goering Waltner (1915 - 1994)*
  Myrtle Hilda Goering Unruh (1917 - 1996)*
  Milo B. Goering (1918 - 2012)
  Orlando Goering (1920 - 2010)*
  Dorothy A Goering Krehbiel (1924 - 2014)*
  Delbert D. Goering (1927 - 2009)*
*Calculated relationship
Eden Mennonite Church Cemetery
McPherson County
Kansas, USA
Created by: Terry
Record added: Nov 03, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 119760271
Milo B. Goering
Added by: Terry
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