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Saturday, December 29, 2018

Rich Hill man killed in Linn County Kansas Crash

On Thursday December 22, 2018 the Kansas State Highway Patrol and Linn County Sheriff's Office responded to a one vehicle accident in rural Linn County.

When officers arrived on scene they found 81 year old Wayne McCune of Rich Hill, Missouri pinned in the vehicle he was driving after it veered off a county road and hit a mailbox and a tree.

Wayne McCune sustained serious injuries in this accident and he was flow to Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri were he passed away on Thursday, December 27th.

Arrangements for McCune were under direction of the Heuser Funeral Home in Rich Hill and the service is scheduled at two o'clock Monday afternoon, December 31st, at the First Baptist Church in Nevada.



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Obituary - Wayne McCune

Wayne McCune,81 of Rich Hill,Missouri passed away at Kansas City Research Medical Center in Kansas City Thursday, December 27, of injuries he received in a traffic accident. 

Services are scheduled at 2:00 p.m. Monday, December 31, at the First Baptist Church in Nevada with burial to follow in Newton Burial Park. 

Visitation is scheduled between one and two o'clock Monday afternoon, December 31, at the church. 

Memorials either to a Wayne McCune Fund or the First Baptist Church, Nevada, are suggested and can be made in care of Heuser Funeral Home, Rich Hill.



Update Obituary - Larry Dean Bullard

Larry Dean Bullard was born November 30, 1939 in Kansas City, Missouri to Ralph E. and Zanna Citti Bullard. He grew up in the Kansas City area and graduated from Center High School in 1958. During his high school career he played football, basketball, and track. He excelled in each of them.

Larry was united in marriage to Joan Cable of Greensboro, North Carolina. He worked for Commercial Cartage, Helzer Cartage, ABF Truck Lines, Riss International, Chief Freight Lines, and Sinclair delivering fuel and freight in Kansas City and working his way up to an “Over the Road” truck driver. He then would deliver freight to Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, and many other states. Larry retired in December of 2000, receiving several safe driving awards for 30 years of “Dedicated Service” to True Value Hardware. 

Larry also restored old cars and pickups over the years. In his spare time he was an excellent woodworker and loved to draw and paint pictures of wildlife. He also built several trains out of oak and walnut with a lot of details using brass. He was a master of everything! Larry also loved spending time on the phone talking to his school buddies or at luncheons with his two coaches. He loved to eat and there was not a person he did not know. He knew everyone. If anyone was going out of town, Larry could always let you know the best route to get there and where the best place were to eat!

Larry was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. He is survived by his wife of 58 years Joan Bullard of the home in Raymore, MO., daughter Cynthia L. Bicknell and husband Brian of Harrisonville, MO., daughter Paula O’Conner of Camdenton, MO., daughter Stephanie Smith and husband Darrell of Peculiar, MO., and son Bruce Bullard of Belton, MO., five grandchildren and the love of his life his two miniature dachshunds, Roscoe P. Coltrain and Riley.