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Lakeview Funeral Home & Lakeview Cemetery

12100 E 13TH ST N, Wichita, KS

OBITUARY

Edith L. Musch

February 12, 1925May 5, 2020

Edith L. Musch (Storey), 95, passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family.

Born on February 12, 1925 to Millie and William Storey of Madison, KS.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, James (Jim) Musch and her son William James (Bill) and several brothers and sisters.

She is survived by daughters Nancy (Sam) Sanders of Wichita, Sally (John) Sharpley of Andover and sister Rosalie Brenton of Eureka. Granddaughters, Lora Neill of Campbell, MO, Jennifer Glidewell of Manhattan, Christa (Shawn) Ehrstein of Valley Center, Carey (Manny) Meraz of Wichita, Jodie (Donovan) Rients of Andover; 11 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 10am to 11am on Monday May 11, 2020 at Lakeview Funeral Home and Cemetery, 12100 E. 13th N., Wichita, KS.

Graveside service, immediately following.

If you would like to donate in Edith's memory, donations to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice in lieu of flowers.

Services

  • Viewing & Visitation

    Monday, May 11, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, May 11, 2020

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Ryan Abplanalp

May 9, 2020

So sorry to hear of Aunt Edith's passing. I have many good memories of this warm and kind lady from my childhood, seeing her at past family reunions. Clumsy as a child, I would accidently drop and break her tea and lemonade jars all the time at these reunions, sorry Aunt Edie. Sending love to family and my condolences.

Sue Price

May 7, 2020

Aunt Edie and Uncle Jim took Roy Kuertzel and me to the Elks Club for dinner on December 12, 1964 as a wedding gift. Edie was Roy's mother's sister. Many happy memories over the years with the Kuertzel and Musch families.
Sue Price

Jerrie Dayton

May 7, 2020

Wishes for peace as you mourn your loss. The Musch’s lived at the other end of the block when I was growing up. Great memories of neighborhood games in their yard or ours until it got too dark to continue with Red Rover, Capture the Flag, or Red Light Green Light. Many of the neighborhood kids are gone now and just a few of the parents are left. We didn’t realize how good we had it back then! Missing those days.

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