Francis Ancell

Create: 05/10/2018 - 16:02

Francis Ancell of Medical Lodges, Oxford, Kansas, passed into eternity on Sunday, May 6, 2018.

Francis was a lifelong resident of Sumner County.   He was born July 13, 1940 to George Carson Ancell and Rosa Jane (Love) Ancell. Francis joined a large loving family that included brothers: Alva Jack,  Flloyd Lee, Henry Marvin,  Jon and sister Margret May.

He loved being outdoors so much that his service will be held at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, May 11, 2018, at a shelter of Cave Park on the east edge of Oxford, KS.

Shelley Family Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements.

 

 

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Alda is proud to say her life and profession are intertwined. Starting with the Wellington Daily News in the 60's, she has enjoyed many phases of the media world, from hot lead and ticker tape to computerized layouts. Leaving the print media in 2000, Alda walked through the doors of Sumner Cable TV and with Jud MItchell's blessings a visual mini-newspaper on Channel 5 soon emerged. Later, another cable operation, Channel 55 was started. Her first scripted production, "Coaches Corner" was filmed in the kitchen of Cable TV. The staff of six now enjoys a remodeled building with a roomy studio and a variety of shows. Alda said the "R" word isn't in her vocabulary. After all, this new website has emerged and there are more exciting plans ahead for "Bringing the World" to our viewers! Send an e-mail to channel5@sutv.com to get in touch with Alda.

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