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Note:   Birth Source: The Peter & Elisabeth (Graber) Kaufman Family Record: 1770-1987, page 94 Birth Source: Seelen Liesste der Mennonitten Gemeinde in Kotosufka.Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas.Abgeschrieben von dem Alten Seelen Register im Jahr 1869 den 26 Februar. Records held by Hoffnungsfeld, Mennonite Church, near Moundridge, Kansas., page 184 Baptism Source: Eden Mennonite Church membership book, 1888-, page 322,398 Death Source: , page 25 Apr 2005 Death Source: The Newton Kansas, page 25 Apr 2005, p. 2a Notes: Eden p. 398: baptized by Christian J. Goering.Hutch News - 4-25-2005: MOUNDRIDGE - Orlin W. Goering, 90, died April 23, 2005, at Memorial Home, Moundridge. He was born July 28, 1914, at rural Moundridge, the son of John P. and Anna Stucky Goering. He graduated from Moundridge High School in 1932. A lifetime area resident, he was a farmer and dairyman. He belonged to Eden Mennonite Church, rural Moundridge. On Aug. 22, 1940, he married Helen V. Goering at Moundridge. She survives. Other survivors include: three daughters, Kathleen J. Goering, McPherson, Janet J. Ediger, Newton, and Virginia L. Niehage, Moundridge; a brother, Weldon E. Goering, Moundridge; two sisters, Esther Krehbiel, Hutchinson, and Lorene Schrag, Pretty Prairie; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two daughters, Beverly Anne Wiebe, and an infant daughter, Josephine Goering; two brothers, Martin J.P. Goering and Alfred Goering; and a sister, Linda Goering.Newton Kansan - PUBLISHED: Monday, April 25, 2005 MOUNDRIDGE -- Orlin W. Goering, 90, farmer and dairyman, died Saturday (April 23, 2005) at Memorial Home in Moundridge. He was born July 28, 1914, to John P. and Anna (Stucky) Goering in rural Moundridge. He married Helen V. Goering Aug. 22, 1940, in Moundridge. She survives of Moundridge. He was a lifetime area resident and a 1932 graduate of Moundridge High School. He was a member of Eden Mennonite Church in rural Moundridge. Other survivors include: three daughters, Kathleen J. Goering of McPherson, Janet J. Ediger of Newton and Virginia L. Niehage of Moundridge; a brother, Weldon E. Goering of Moundridge; two sisters, Esther Krehbiel of Hutchinson and Lorene Schrag of Pretty Prairie; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. He also was preceded in death by: two daughters, Beverly Anne Wiebe and infant daughter Josephine Goering; two brothers, Martin J.P. Goering and Alfred Goering; and a sister, Linda Goering.


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