Jay B. McCaskill © Cheyenne Star 09 Oct 1997 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Jay B. McCaskill, age 82 passed away October 4, 1997 at the Halstead Hospital in Halstead, Kansas.
Jay was born July 23, 1915 at Erick, Oklahoma to John William and Mable Minerva Harrison McCaskill.
He married Alice Myers on April 7, 1934 at Reydon, Oklahoma.
Jay was a dirt contractor and live in Mt. Hope, Kansas.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge #238 and the Men's Supper Club.
He is survived by his wife, Alice McCaskill of the home; sons, Jay B. McCaskill, Jr. of Mt. Hope, Kansas; Larry McCaskill, Boulder, Colorado; Don McCaskill and Dwayne McCaskill, both of Mt. Hope, Kansas; daughters, Loretta Lewis of Stillwater, Oklahoma; Nelda Dow of Mt. Hope, Kansas; and Nona Perriman of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; eighteen grandchildren; twenty three great grandchildren; as well as other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by one daughter, Barbara Harper-Deugaw; and one granddaughter, Amy McCaskill.
Services were Monday, October 6, 1997 at 2:30 p.m. in the United Methodist Church at Mt. Hope, Kansas with the Pastor Bob Gleason officiating. Interment was in the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Mt. Hope, Kansas.
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