Obituaries

Vincent Wayne Dohe, 64, passed away June 14, 2016 at his home in Lincoln County. He was born March 20, 1952 in Ellsworth to Benjamin Walter and Dorothea Emma (Wacker) Dohe. Wayne married Dorene Gier in Sylvan Grove on April 20, 1975. He was a farmer and stockman and a clerk on the Golden Belt Township Board. He was also a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ellsworth. Wayne is survived by his wife, Dorene Dohe of Lincoln; daughter, Kris (Perry) Stoecker of Onaka, S.D.; son, Kurt (Ann Kralik) Dohe of Lincoln; daughter, Kayla (Evan) Vague of Ellsworth; grandchildren, Chloe Dohe, Ben and Kelli Stoecker, Valen, Clayton, Kieran, and Easton Vague, and Molly and Macy Howard; brother, Larry (Sharon) Dohe of Lincoln; and sister, Karen Dohe of Lincoln. He was preceded in death by his parents; twin brothers, Dale and Dean Dohe; step-father, Erwin Burmeister; and niece, April Shoemaker. Funeral Service was Friday, June 17, 2016 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ellsworth, burial followed in the Voss Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wayne Dohe Memorial Fund, c/o, Parsons Funeral Home, PO Box 45, Ellsworth, KS 67439.

Randall Scott Clay, 54, Beverly, Kan., passed away on June 12, 2016. He was born July 12, 1961 to Hampton and Jean Clay. He loved spending time outdoors with his dogs and going fishing. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Randall is preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by long time girlfriend, Lora Howg; two daughters, Cassi and Ashley Clay; one son, Jeremy Dillon; siblings Julie and Jo Culin, Jamie Clay, and Kendall and Janae Clay; seven grandchildren, Devon Farner, Presley and Kennedy Hultman, Aalyah, Alyvia, Alexas and Jordan Dillon. His wishes were to be cremated.

MSgt. Michael Boyd Wise, retired, of Lincoln Kan., passed away on June 11, 2016. Michael was born on Feb. 2, 1953, to Vida Mae “Pat” Wise and raised in Elkhart, Ind. MSgt. Wise honorably served our nation for six years in the United States Navy during the Vietnam Era and 14 years with the 190th ARW Air National Guard-Topeka, retiring in 2008. In 2012, Mike retired from Kansas State University-Salina, as Director of Aircraft Maintenance. He was preceded in death by his parents. Left to celebrate his life include his wife of 40 years, Carol; sons, Niles and Nathan (Amanda) Wise; brother, Bob Wise, of Elkhart, Ind.; sisters, Debra May, of Elkhart, Ind.; Cindy Smith, of Elkhart, Ind.; Melody Wise, of Elkhart, Ind.; Rebecca (Jim) Silvernail, of New Paris, Ind.; and grandchildren Damien, Maxwell and Aaron Wise. Cremation was selected with private inurnment. Memorials may be sent to Cancer Center of Kansas-Salina or Tammy Walker Cancer Center, in care of Hall Funeral Home, 111 E Elm Street, Lincoln KS 67455 Mike was in the care of Hall Funeral Home, Lincoln. Condolences can be sent online by visiting www.postrockfs.com.