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Lois “Granny” Morehead

July 22, 2017

Greensburg- Lois “Granny” Morehead, 78, died July 22, 2017 at Kiowa County Memorial Hospital, Greensburg, Kansas. She was born May 24, 1939 in Cottonwood, Oklahoma the daughter of Lymon Washington and Jewel Lee (Calloway) Edwards. Lois graduated from Coalgate High School, Coalgate, Oklahoma. She was co-owner and operator of the Kansan Restaurant, Greensburg for twenty years and a dispatcher for the Kiowa County Sherriff’s Office for twenty years. She had also worked as a telephone operator in Wichita, Kansas, and a clerk at Kwik Shop and the J-Hawk Best Western Motel both of Greensburg. Her memberships include co-founder and secretary of the Triangle Rodeo Club, Greensburg, the Kansas Restaurant Association and Kansas Dispatchers Association. She was a proud supporter of the Greensburg Rangers, the Kiowa County Mavericks, and the South Central Timberwolves. On March 28, 1959 Lois married Gerald Morehead in Wichita. He survives. Other survivors include two sons Bryan (Cinda) Morehead and Rocky (Michele) Morehead, all of Greensburg, a daughter Terra Morehead (Dennis Davis), Kansas City, Kansas, seven grandchildren Cheyenne, Lymon, Gerald, Dalton, Chelsi, Nicki, and Cody, one brother George “Butch” Edwards (Gina Casalone), St. Louis, Missouri, and a sister-in-law June Edwards, Wichita. There were many other friends and family members who adored and loved Lois. Although her Grandchildren know her as “Granny”, she made countless others feel as though she was their “Granny” too. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers Lawrence “Gabby” Edwards and Lymon Edwards, and a sister Bertha Hobson. A memorial service and celebration of Lois’s life will be held 2:00 pm Saturday July 29, 2017 at the Greensburg Mennonite Church, Greensburg with Rev. Jeffrey D. Blackburn presiding. In lieu of flowers memorials are suggested to We Can Make a Difference (a local cancer support group) in care of Fleener Funeral Home, PO Box 41, Greensburg, KS 67054.

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17 thoughts on “Lois “Granny” Morehead

  1. Aunt Lois’ Family,

    Please know that our thoughts & prayers are there with you during this difficult time. May we feel God’s loving, comforting arms embracing us. May He bring to our minds all the precious memories to help us during the hard times of grief. We love each one of you.

    Blessings, Love, & Prayers,
    Gary & Beckey Wolfe
    Oak Grove, Louisiana

  2. Very fond memory of whom I called Aunt Lois whom will be missed. She was a very good cook. I remember many breakfasts that she cooked.

  3. Someone I remember as Aunt Lois whom I will miss alot. She was a very goos cook. I remember all thw breakfasts she made us.

  4. I know she will leave a very big hole in all your lives. She loved her family more than anything. I personal know 2 teenage boys who will miss their “granny” dearly. Praying God’s comfort for all family and friends.

    Raymond and Kathryn Koerner

  5. She taught me a lot in the years I worked for her she is part of the reason I am who I am today. She is one of the strongest women I ever knew and how she loved her family. I will miss her greatly. Prayers and hugs to you all

  6. I certainly have been thinking of the Morehead these past few days. Condolences to each of you as you adjust to life without “Granny” in your physical presence. We all know that she will always be with each of you with her spiritual presence. Praise the Lord for Lois Morehead!

  7. Terra and family,

    Words are never adequate to express the heartfelt sorrow you are all experiencing from the passing of “Granny” Morehead. I never had the distinct pleasure of meeting Lois, but I worked with Her daughter, Terra. From the condolences previously sent, it is clear that Terra is a “chip off the ole block.” Terra- your mother entered the gates of Heaven with a smile on her face because she has left behind a legacy of kindness, a love for all, and a legacy of strength. May you always cherish the wonderful memories of an extraordinary woman. And remember to laugh again and again when you remember the times she laughed with you. I’m so sorry. Hugs to you all and praying God gives you strength at this time and in all ways.

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