|Harry "Bud" Schupbach
January 21, 1920 September 23,2010
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May this tribute bring comforting words and pleasant memories during this difficult time. It has been
an honor serving your family.
Lanman Funeral Home Staff
Name = The Wilhelm Family
Comments = Bud & Trulla were some of the first people Paul talked about when he started working in
Kiowa. Then, they were one of the first couples I met one morning at the Kiowa Cafe. It was a privilege
to have known them both even for a short time. God bless you in your grief and give you peace.
Name = Monte & Kay
Comments = Bud was a great guy and always had a sense of humor and always made you feel welcome.
We know he will be greatly missed by many. We are thinking of you and your families at this time.
|KIOWA- Funeral service for Harry “Bud” Schupbach will be Tuesday, September 28,
2010 at 10:00 a.m. at United Methodist Church in Kiowa. Burial will follow in the
Riverview Cemetery. Arrangements are by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Kiowa,
Kansas. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.lanmanmemorials.com
Bud was born to John and Sarah Somerhalder Schupbach on January 21, 1920 at
the homeplace near Burlington, Oklahoma, “somewhere between the garden and
the house”. He passed away Thursday, September 23, 2010 at the Kiowa Hospital
District Manor. Bud and Trulla Rugg Schupbach made their home in the Burlington
and Kiowa areas where they framed and ranched and raised a family. He was a
member of the Kiowa Methodist Church, Cosmos Lodge, Midian Shrine, Barber
County Cattleman’s Association and other organizations.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Trulla; one son, Gary “Stub”
Schupbach; four brothers, Fred Jr., Laurence, Ed, and Reuben; three sisters, Anna
Hart, Elizabeth Horning, and Sylvia Lewis.
He is survived by three daughters, Carra Mayberry (Mike), Gay Vannaman (Doug),
Dot Humphrey (Kem); daughter-in-law, Darcy Kisling (Kent); fifteen grandchildren,
thirty-four great-grandchildren and counting; four sisters, Lois Talbott, Marie
Alder, Opal Smith and Joan Lewis.
Memorials may be made to Barber County Cattleman’s Association or COPD
Foundation through the funeral home.
|Lanman Funeral Home, Inc.
204 N. 7th St.
Kiowa, Kansas 67070