Alvin E. Bergman, 64

Alvin E. Bergman, 64, retired Boeing Company and Learjet Inc. industrial engineer, died Feb. 7.

Family visitation was held Feb. 9 at Old Mission Mortuary in Wichita.

He is survived by four sons, Lonnie Bergman of Thorton, Calif., and Steven Bergman, Tony Bergman and Michael Bergman, all of Wichita; one daughter, Carla Main of Belle Plaine; one stepson, Tim Glover of Cape Fair, Mo.; two stepdaughters, Karie Lesly of Dumas, Texas, and Sherre Abbott of Papillion, Neb.; three brothers, Verlyn Bergman of Enterprise, Larry Bergman of Tampa and Jerry Bergman of Haysville; one sister, June Campbell of Canton; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

A memorial has been established with the American Cancer Society.

Donald Weyand, 71

Donald W. Weyand, 71, retired Burrough’s Corp. employee, died Feb. 1 at Mercy Hospital in Independence.

The graveside service was held Feb. 5 at Oak Hill Cemetery, east of Elk City, with pastor Gerald Eytcheson of the Epiphany Episcopal Church officiating. Full military rites were presented from Fort Riley. Burial was at Oak Hill Cemetery.

He was born March 26, 1930, to Harry and Daisy (Loewen) Weyand in Hillsboro. On Dec. 17, 1965, he was married to Opal Wiltfong Wilson, who survives.

He is also survived by one daughter, Pamela Daniels and husband Bob of Elk City; one brother, Loren Weyan of Frisco, Texas; one sister, Vera Plenert of Stanley; and one grandson.

A memorial was established with the American Heart Association.

Ronald E. Kellogg, 75

Ronald E. Kellogg, 75, insurance adjuster, died Feb. 8 at St. Luke Hospital in Marion.

The funeral will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Hillsboro Memorial Chapel. Burial will be at Gnadenau Cemetery in rural Hillsboro.

He was born Dec. 12, 1926, to Earl and Lillian (Meisner) Kellogg in Battle Creek, Mich.

He is survived by two sons, B.J. Kellogg of Copperas Cove, Texas, and Dan Kellogg of Tulsa, Okla.; one brother, Paul Kellogg of Michigan; six sisters, Geneva Wisselogel of Hillsboro and Eleanor Spencer, Marjorie Aulek, Virginia Randolph, Barbara Rench and Elaine Clegg, all of California; and two grandchildren.

A memorial has been established with the American Heart Association.

Linda Schmidt, 89

Linda (Funk) Schmidt, 89, homemaker, died Feb. 7 at Hillsboro Memorial Medical Center Long Term Care Unit.

The funeral was Feb. 11 at First Mennonite Church of Hillsboro. Burial was at Haven of Rest Cemetery in rural Hillsboro.

She was born Nov. 5, 1912, to Jacob F. and Elizabeth (Rempel) Funk in rural Hillsboro. On April 12, 1934, she was married to Adolf Schmidt, who survives.

She is also survived by three sons, Richard Schmidt and wife Pat of Topeka, Eddie Schmidt and wife Anita of Hutchinson, and Leroy Schmidt and wife Mary Lou of Topeka; one daughter, Ruth Ann Smith and husband Gordon of Kansas City, Mo.; two brothers, Arthur R. Funk of Hillsboro and Karl F. Funk of rural Hillsboro; 12 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

A memorial was established with First Mennonite Church of Hillsboro.

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