Donald Greenhaw, 78

Donald L. Greenhaw, 78, retired pharmacist, died May 25 at Hillsboro Community Medical Center.

The service was Friday morning at Hillsboro United Methodist Church. Pastor R. Laney Kuhn officiated.

He was born June 2, 1926, to Otis Greenhaw and Rose Benson Greenhaw in McPherson. In 1948, he was married to Pauline Waln, who survives in Hillsboro.

He is also survived by two sons, Steven L. and Lou Greenhaw of Hillsboro and Dennis L. and Patricia D. Greenhaw of Independence; and four grandchildren.

Memorials have been established with Parkside Homes and Hillsboro United Methodist Church.

Betty Hanneman, 81

Betty Jane Hanneman, 81, homemaker, died May 25 in Hillsboro.

The service was Tuesday morning at Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro. Pastor Gaylord Goertzen officiated. Burial was at Ebenfeld Church Cemetery.

She was born April 9, 1924, to John L. Delk and Lydia Seibel Delk in Peabody. On April 9, 1944, she was married to Elmer Hanneman, who predeceased her in 1997.

She is survived by one son, Steve and Donna Hanneman of Peabody; and one brother, Bob and Dorothy Delk of Marion.

A memorial has been established with Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church.

Herman Janzen, 90

Herman Alvin Janzen, 90, retired senior senator and sanitary engineer, died May 24 at Lincoln Glen Manor in San Jose, Calif.

The memorial service was Saturday afternoon at Stone Church of Willow Glen in San Jose. Inurnment will be at a later date in Hillsboro.

He was born Aug. 9, 1914, to Ferdinand Janzen and Susie Doering in Hillsboro. He was married to Francis Fussman, who died in 1960. He was married for 12 years to Sylvia White and divorced in 1973. He was also married for 30 years to Dulcie Janzen, who survives.

He is also survived by two sons, Frank Janzen of Lawrence and Bill Janzen of Netanya, Israel; two daughters, Sue Moffatt of San Jose and Heidi Janzen of Carlsbad, Calif.; two sisters, Linda Funk of Hillsboro and Violet Bartel of Shafter, Calif.; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Warren Woerz, 74

Warren D. Woerz, 74, retired farmer and stockman, died May 24 at the Marion Manor.

The service was Friday morning at Valley United Methodist Church in Marion. Pastors Kennedy Mukwindidza and Rick Branson officiated. Burial was at Marion Cemetery.

He was born Jan. 6, 1931, to Adolph and Inez Morse Woerz in Hillsboro. In 1953 he was married to Carolyn Hoffman, who survives.

He is also survived by one son, Ron and Carol of Marion; one son-in-law, Pat Moore and family of Marion; and one granddaughter, Amber and Tom Svoboda of Herington.

Memorials have been established with Valley United Methodist Church and Central Homecare and Hospice.

Verna Unruh, 93

Verna R. Unruh, 93, retired housekeeper and nursing home worker, died May 26 at Memorial Hospital in McPherson.

The service was Tuesday afternoon at Stockham Family Funeral Home in McPherson. Pastors Dwight Goering and Chris Whitacre officiated. Burial was at Emmanuel Church Cemetery in rural Galva.

She was born April 16, 1912, to Frank P. Wedel and Anna Decker in rural Galva. In 1934, she was married to Lincoln Unruh, who predeceased her in 1976.

She is survived by a nephew, Richard Rishel of McPherson.

Memorials have been established with Emmanuel Bible Church and McPherson Church of the Brethren.

Anna Hanschu, 97

Anna E. Baker Hanschu, 97, died May 27 at Marion Manor.

The service was Tuesday afternoon at Zeiner Funeral Home in Marion. Pastor Bob Priest officiated. Burial was at Burns Cemetery.

She was born Feb. 21, 1908, to Charles and Emma (Silver) Sidener in Chase County. In 1932, she was married to Marshall W. Baker, who predeceased her in 1963. In 1974, she married David Hanschu Sr., who predeceased her in 1976.

She is survived by two sisters, Elfie Switzer of Marion and Dorothy and Woody Wilson of Potwin; and many nieces and nephews.

Memorials have been established with the American Cancer Society, Marion County Relay for Life and Ronald McDonald House.

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