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DeVorss Flanagan-Hunt Mortuary

201 South Hydraulic, Wichita, KS

OBITUARY

William H. Hoebener

May 14, 1939May 15, 2020
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Hoebener Jr, William H. (Bill) retired manager & business executive, 81 passed away May 15, 2020 at Presbyterian Manor in Newton, Kansas. Bill was born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania to William H. & Sara (Harinton) Hoebener, Sr. on May 14, 1939. Bill served 4 ½ years in the US Navy as an E4 aviation electronics and radar systems technician. After his military service, Bill called Wichita, KS his home. Married and raised a family, Bill worked for several local manufacturing companies in managerial and executive positions. Bill is preceded in death by his father and mother, beloved wife Janet M. (Marlow) Hoebener and granddaughter, Rachael L. Hoebener. William is survived by brothers, Karl Hoebener of Texas , Thomas Hoebener of Pennsylvania; children, Shawn Hoebener (Charliss), Tracy McKissick (Trent), Christian Hoebener (Shani), Alexander Hoebener (Nicolle); Grandchildren, Nicholas Hoebener, Nathaniel Hoebener, Noah Hoebener, Zac McKissick (Marah), Lexie Clouatre (Bradley), Lauren Sturgeon (Jeffrey), Brianne Hoebener, Preston Hoebener, Logan Hoebener and a host of family and close friends. Rosary will be held May 21, 2020 at 9AM at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, following Mass at 10 AM following Graveside service will be at Resurrection Cemetery. In Lieu of follows contributions can be made to Newton Presbyterian Manor (Employee’s Christmas fund c/o Bill Hoebener) 1200 E. 7th St., Newton, KS 67114.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Zachary McKissick
  • Nicholas Hoebener
  • Nathaniel Hoebener
  • Noah Hoebener
  • Preston Hoebener
  • Logan Hoebener

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Rosary Service

    Thursday, May 21, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, May 21, 2020

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Committal Service

Memories

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Brianne Goold

May 26, 2020

Bill was a ray of light and a wonderful example to us. We first met Bill at Presbyterian Manor when our Parents As Teachers group would come and visit the residents. There would always be a sparkle in his eyes when we came to visit. He was always so loving and kind to the children and had a funny sense of humor. I can still remember the time he played puppets with the kids and what a grand smile he had. After each visit he would get special permission to walk the group to the door to say goodbye for the day. We will miss him dearly but his memory and legacy of kindness and love lives on in our hearts forever. Our sincerest condolences to his dear family. May he rest in peace knowing he made a difference for the better in the lives of many.

Troy & Michelle McKissick

May 21, 2020

I remember Bill as a very outgoing, nice, almost larger than life character. Always laughing and sharing a story. Going to be missed by many!

Harry Simpson

May 20, 2020

Fair winds and following seas sailor.
"Boatswain... Standby to pipe the side... Shipmate's going Ashore..."

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Nikketa Davis

May 19, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was a great, kind man and I just wish I knew this ornery, fun loving soul before he got to Presbyterian Manor in Newton. He is already greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all his family.

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