Earl A. Sadler © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Earl A. Sadler, 91 years, 6 months and 17 days died Sunday, February 22, 1976 at the home of his son, Leroy Sadler of Kansas City, Missouri.
Mr. Sadler was a former resident of Coffey, Missouri.
He was a retired farmer and was a resident of Roger Mills County many years back and was farming at that time also.
Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Jewell Wally of Kansas City, Missouri; seven sons, Junior Sadler and Virgil Dale Sadler, both of Liberty, Missouri; Leroy Sadler, Guy Sadler, Darrel and Carl Sadle,r all of Kansas City, Missouri; Eugene Sadler of Gilman City, Missouri; three sisters, Mrs. Cuma Summers of Coffey, Missouri; Ethel Sadler of Durham, Oklahoma; Eva Briggs of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; and one brother, Emil Sadler of Amity, Missouri; and numerous grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.
Services were held Tuesday at Bethany, Missouri with Rev. Oren Cossey officiating.
Burial was in Fairview Cemetery near Bethany.
Attending the funeral of Earl Sadler were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sadler, Ethel Sadler and Eva Briggs; also Thelma Baker, Helen Cockrell, Wayne Sadler and Claude Sadler.
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