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Dianne Purling Adler
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Birth: May 18, 1952
Death: Jul. 4, 1980

Source: Clay County Museum obituary records
“Mrs. Dianne Purling Adler, 28, of Wichita died early Friday morning in Wichita. She had cancer. She was born May 18, 1952 in Anapolis, Md., the daughter of Donald and Mina Purling.
She was graduated from C.C.C.H.S. in 1970. She was married J. Dan Alder on Aug 3, 1974. She was a member of the Countryside Christian Church in Wichita.
The survivors are her husband, J. Dan Adler of the home in Wichita; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Purling of Clay Center; a grandmother, Mrs. Anna Ingrum of Clay Center; two brothers and a sister, Yvonne Mesner of Ft. Morgan, Colo., David Purling of Phoenix, Az., and Don Purling of Gretna, La.
Services will be held in the Countryside Christian Church in Wichita on Monday at 10 a.m.
A graveside service will be held on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Greenwood Cemetery at Clay Center.
Friends may call at the Neill-Schwensen Funeral Home on Monday from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Memorial may be made to the Clay County Hospital.”

Obituary courtest FAG contributor Linda Cunningham.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Donald Theodore Purling (1919 - 1999)
 
Burial:
Greenwood Cemetery
Clay Center
Clay County
Kansas, USA
Plot: Addition 1, Block 16, Lot 32
 
Created by: ksrose
Record added: Nov 12, 2012
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Dianne <i>Purling</i> Adler
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Dianne <i>Purling</i> Adler
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Fond memories of you as we plan our CCCHS Class of 1970 45th Class Reunion.
- Linda Cunningham
 Added: Jun. 11, 2015
 
 
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