OBITUARY

Aubrey Samuel Summers

February 24, 1926June 6, 2019

Summers, Aubrey Samuel, age 93, passed away June 6, 2019, born February 24, 1926 to Robert and Emma Summers. Aubrey served in the United States Marine Corp during WWII, and was involved in the campaigns on Saipan and Okinawa, as well as the occupational forces in the Nagasaki area. He later worked for The Williams Company, where he retired as the Wichita District Supervisor. He was preceded in death by both parents, wife of 56 years, Norma Summers, and siblings, Tom Summers, Thelma Barton, Robert “Buck” Summers, and Katherine Potts. Aubrey is survived by his longtime companion, Marie Jones; children, Minda (Summers) Paisley and her husband Allan, William (Cathy) Summers, and Robert L. Summers II; grandchildren, Alice, James, and Iain Paisley, Samuel, Bryce, Robert, Aubree, and Matthew Summers; and 3 great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Westwood Presbyterian Choir, 8007 W Maple St, Wichita, KS 67209. Visitation will be held Mon., June 10th from 4-7pm at Resthaven Mortuary with funeral service 10:00am, Tues., June 11, 2019 at Westwood Presbyterian Church.

  • FAMILY

  • Robert and Emma (King) Summers, Parents
  • Norma Summers, Wife of 56 years
  • Tom Summers, Brother
  • Thelma Barton, Sister
  • Robert “Buck” Summers, Brother
  • Katherine Potts, Sister
  • Marie Jones, Longtime Companion
  • Minda (Summers) Paisley and her husband Allan, Daughter
  • William (Cathy) Summers, Son
  • Robert L. Summers II, Son
  • Alice Paisley, Granddaughter
  • James Paisley, Grandson
  • Iain Paisley, Grandson
  • Samuel Summers, Grandson
  • Bryce Summers, Grandson
  • Robert Summers, Grandson
  • Aubree Summers, Great Granddaughter
  • Matthew Summers, Grandson
  • Aubrey is also survived by 3 great-grandchildren to cherish his memory.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • William Summers
  • Robert L. Summers II
  • Samuel Aubrey Summers
  • Allan Paisley
  • DONATIONS

  • Westwood Presbyterian Choir

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Memories

Aubrey Samuel Summers

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Charlotte Hunter

June 11, 2019

Uncle Aubrey was such a kind, loving, patient & funny man. I was always glad to see him. If we wanted to go somewhere he took us & he had just as much fun as we did. I will never forget when we were going on a picnic & we had to drive by a feed lot & we kids were all saying how bad it smelled & I will never forget what he said....."How sweet it is" I love you & miss you!

Alice Paisley

June 10, 2019

Grandpa with his great grandson, Camden Ellis, August 2008

Alice Paisley

June 10, 2019

While your great grandsons aren’t old enough to remember meeting you, and your great granddaughter never had the opportunity, we will make sure they know all about you, as they grow.

(Grandpa with his great grandson Declan Paisley-Ellis, August 2008)

Marie Jones

June 10, 2019




All I require is a hug!!!! Miss you so much!!!

Harry Simpson

June 9, 2019

Saepe Expertus, Semper Fidelis, Fratres Aeterni.

Often Tested, Always Faithful, Brothers Forever.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Robert Summers

June 9, 2019

He was a man with a deep well of patience and love. He touched the lives of everyone he interacted with. He was the best of us and it is deeply saddening to have him pass from this life. The world is very much a lesser place without him in it. We'll miss you, Grandpa!

Aubree Summers

June 9, 2019

An amazing man, husband, father, and grandfather. I miss you and love you Grandpa ❤

Samuel Summers

June 9, 2019

Rest well Grandpa, you deserve it.

Eulalee Hubble

June 9, 2019

Summers spent with the Summer’s was always a special time for me. Uncle Aubrey drove a large work truck & it had a big water container on the side of the back. It also had a holder for the pointed paper cone cups. The kids loved not only getting drinks to cool off but we also used the paper cones for lots of other things until he had to put a halt to it. So many wonderful times with Uncle Aubrey and Aunt Nonnie - even though he enjoyed calling me Beulah. He knew I hated that name but he always had a twinkle in his eye and I really wasn’t offended; I just enjoyed the attention. A wonderful Christian man has gone to be with his Lord and the love of his life, Aunt Nonnie.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY