COVID-19 Update

As of this week with everything starting to reopen we will begin to have services at the Funeral Home. We are still practicing social distancing by seating every other row as well as other precautionary measures as needed or requested by our families. If you have questions regarding a service please feel free to contact us. We appreciate our families and community for your understanding during this time of uncertainty and are thankful for the opportunity to serve you.

 
LuEtta Marti Braker passed away May 11th, 2020, at Carrington Place in Pittsburg, Kansas, at the age of 92. She was born to Lou and Martha (Sommers) Marti on October 5th, 1927 near Bern, Kansas. After graduating from Bern High School in 1945 she worked in Sabetha, Kansas until her marriage to Raymond Braker on June 1, 1952. They made their home and farmed in Barton and Jasper counties for more than 60 years.
 
LuEtta enjoyed many things about homemaking including cooking, gardening and quilting. Time spent caring for her children and grandchildren brought great joy to her, but most of all she treasured her faith in God. She was a member of the Apostolic Christian  Faith Church.
 
In April 2014, Raymond and LuEtta moved to Carrington Place in Pittsburg, KS. Raymond passed away in October of 2016. Also preceding her in death were her parents; one sister, Corrine; two brothers, Merle and Harry and two sons, Dan and Paul Braker.
 
Survivors include two sons; Roy (Judy) Braker, Jasper, MO and Jerry (Carol) Braker, Liberal, MO; two daughters, Elaine (Terry) Knoblock, Larchwood, Iowa and Martha (Curt) Kellenberger, Lamar, MO; one daughter-in-law, Janice (Bob) Stoller, Liberal, MO; two sister-in-laws, Bonnie Braker, Lamar and Alice (Charles) Marti, Liberal; 27 grandchildren and 73 great-grandchildren.
 
Private family services will be held.
 
Friends may call from 1-6 p.m. on Thursday, May 14th at Daniel Funeral Home.
 

Comments  

#2 Lamar, MOBev Baker 2020-05-15 02:00
I am so very sorry for your loss. Your Mom made the best home made potato chips. Funny the things you remember. She was a very kind sweet lady. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts. Sending hugs.
#1 Sabetha KsAllen & Glenda Rokey 2020-05-13 14:54
Recalling fond memories of your parents. We along with Dad & Mom (Roy & Lucy) Rokey enjoyed blessed hours with them. Praying God will fill the void as you close this chapter of life & adjust without your Mother/Grandmother. May we look heavenward & rejoice in our hope.

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