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Jerry Dean Cline

Jerry Dean Cline, 1940 - 2002, son of Allen Leighton Cline and Ruby Dona (Hale) Cline. 

Photo from his funeral service folder.

Photos courtesy of Rhonda (Cline) Nickel.
Jerry Dean Cline, 1940 - 2002
Photos courtesy of Rhonda (Cline) Nickel.

Funeral Service Folder

Jerry Dean Cline

Jerry Dean Cline, 61, died Tuesday, January 8, 2002, at Comanche County Hospital, Coldwater, Kansas. Born June 30, 1940, at Ashland, Kansas, the son of Allen and Ruby (Hale) Cline, he was a Computer Analyst for the New Mexico Highway Department.

He was nearly a lifetime resident of Coldwater, Kansas. He attended Coldwater Grade School and graduated from Coldwater High School in 1958. He graduated from Emporia State Teachers' College. He was a member of First Christian Church, Coldwater, Kansas.

He is survived by his mother: Ruby Cline of Coldwater, Kansas; one sister: Donna Rush of Coldwater, Kansas; one nephew: Curt Rush of Coldwater, Kansas; two nieces: Gayla Kissel and her husband Kirk of Protection, Kansas, and Amy Sauser of Kansas City, Kansas; and three great-nieces: Megan, Kaycee, and Jessica Kissel.

He was preceded in death by his father: Allen Cline; one brother-in-law: Harley Rush; and one nephew: Jeffrey Rush.

Funeral service is at 2:00 p.m., Friday, January 11, 2002, at First Christian Church, Coldwater, Kansas with Rev. Chet Mendenhall presiding.

Burial will follow the funeral service at Crown Hill Cemetery, Coldwater, Kansas.

Memorials may be sent to First Christian Church or Pioneer Lodge in care of Hatfield-Prusa Funeral Home, P.O. Box 417, Coldwater, Kansas 67029.

Funeral Service:

Jerry Dean Cline

Date of Birth, June 30, 1940

Date of Death, January 8, 2002

Funeral Service Held 2:00 p.m., Friday, January 11, 2002

First Christian Church - Coldwater, Ks.

Minister, Rev. Chet Mendenhall

Pianist, Sherry Cronin

Congregational Hymns, "How Great Thou Art," "Amazing Grace"

Pallbearers - Curt Rush, Rick Cline, Larry Lousch, Gordon Jenkins, Kirk Kissel, Rick Beeley.

Interment, Crown Hill Cemetery - Coldwater, Ks.

Arrangements, Hatfield-Prusa Funeral Home - Coldwater, Ks.

Birth Order Listing of the Children of
James Marion & Minerva Frances (Metzker) Cline

1.  Hueston Cline
2.  Owen Cline (deceased as a baby)
3.  Leta Hazel (Cline) Thompson
4.  James Kenneth Cline
5.  Edith Marguerite (Cline) Martin
6.  Allen Leighton Cline
7.  Frances Georgia (Cline) Burkhall
8.  Frederick Lee Roy Cline
9.  Raymond Everett Cline
10.  James Russell Cline
11.  Jessie (Cline) Robertson

Also see:

James Marion & Minerva Frances (Metzker) Cline

"Mrs. J.M. Cline Has Made Many Hundreds of Beautiful Quilts", news clipping, 31 Dec 1964.

Jerry Dean Cline, son of Allen Leighton & Ruby Dona (Hale) Cline, grandson of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Russell Fay Cline, son of J.R. & Gloria (Wilson) Cline, grandson of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Rhonda (Cline) Nickel, daughter of J.R. & Gloria (Wilson) Cline, grand-daughter of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Lula Agnes (Metzker) Gregg, sister of Minerva (Metzker) Cline, maternal aunt of the children of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

S.Sgt. Ira Leighton Metzker, USAAF, first cousin of the children of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Iris (Brasher) Metzker, aunt of the children of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Dorothy Virginia Gregg, first cousin of the children of J.M. & Minerva (Metzker) Cline.

Thanks to Rhonda (Cline) Nickel for the above photograph and information.

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