Linn County News
Published June 8, 2022
Susan Marie Ross Pease, age 84, La Cygne, Kan., passed away Friday, June 3, 2022. She was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Sept. 2, 1937, the daughter of Dan and Marie Potter Ross. She graduated from La Cygne Rural High School in the Class of 1955. She attended Pittsburg State University and later Kansas State University receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. Susan was united in marriage to her high-school sweetheart Donald M. Pease on June 15, 1957, and together they spent 48 years devoted to each other.
Together they built a life they loved, filled with laughter, travel, and adventure. A large part of her life centered around the Linn County Bank, owned by the family from 1946 - 2000, of which she was an integral member of the daily operations and the Board of Directors. Susan has been a life-long member of the La Cygne United Methodist Church, where she enjoyed being the organist for 20 years. She was an active member of P.E.O and Past State president, as well as a member of Junior Service League in Olathe, Woman of Year for Alpha Sigma Alpha, proud member of the K-State Singers, and most recently served on the Finance Committee for Tallgrass Creek and took pleasure in being a member of the ukulele group.
Don preceded her in death on July 15, 2005. She was also preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Linda Mary Ross DeHoff. Susan is survived by two daughters, Danna Ahnemann and husband Gregg, and Donna Sue Foreman and husband Patrick; two nieces, Brandy Kalinka and Kristin Ross that she treated and loved as her own; three grandchildren, Daniel Peterson, Donielle Edwards, and Dalinda Foreman; six great-grandchildren, Layken, Casen, Henry, Charlotte, Violet, and London; and two step-grandchildren, John Ahnemann, Diana Ahnemann Torgerson.
Funeral service was Tuesday, June 7, 2022, at the La Cygne United Methodist Church with a private family committal service at a later date in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to P.E.O. Chapter C.V., or La Cygne United Methodist Church. Online condolences can be left at www.schneiderfunerals.com.
Debra Dale Wolf ~ 04-03-1954 to 03-22-2023
Linn County News Published March 29, 2023 Debra Dale Wolf, age 68, Linn Valley, Kan., passed away Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Graveside funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, 2023, at the Trading Post Cemetery. Memorial contributions... [More]
Jessica Erin Cox ~ 11-15-1979 to 03-20-2023
Linn County News Published March 29, 2023 Jessica Erin Cox, beloved daughter, and granddaughter, passed away at her home in Lawrence, Kan., March 20, 2023. Jessica was born Nov. 15, 1979, at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She was a graduate of Shawnee... [More]
Larry Ray Oliver ~ 07-12-1953 to 03-22-2023
Linn County News Published March 29, 2023 Larry Ray Oliver, age 69, Pleasanton, Kan., passed away on Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Funeral service will be at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2023, at the Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel. Visitation... [More]
- Buford Wayne “Bud” Lindsey ~ 11-21-1934 to 03-15-2023
- Vance Laverne Bruner ~ 07-01-1959 to 03-17-2023
- Curtis Eugene Virgin ~ 09-09-1944 to 03-14-2023
- Janice Ann Leasure Woodrum ~ 05-04-1948 to 03-05-2023
- Lewis Michael Wilson ~ 08-13-1952 to 03-05-2023
- Janet Dean Robinson Staton ~ 02-16-1939 to 03-08-2023
- Margaret Ellen McRae ~ 01-30-1932 to 03-06-2023
- C.H. Parker ~ 08-24-1942 to 03-06-2023
Special: Governor issues declaration of disaster emergency due to threat of wildland fires
Governor Laura Kelly issued a verbal declaration of disaster emergency this morning, March 31, due to the potential for wildland fires and severe storms in the state. The declaration will allow the state to preposition assets for a quicker response to any fires... [More]
Commissioners discuss Pleasanton meal site options
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Linn Valley moves forward with water, sewer project
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Prairie View competes at State Powerlifting meet
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Jayhawk softball and baseball open season against Southeast Cherokee
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- 2022-23 All County Girls’ Basketball team
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- Lady Buffs win 1, fall in semifinals
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