Bruce G. Hollabaugh

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Bruce G. Hollabaugh, 47, died Aug. 22, 2017, at Hiawatha Community Hospital. He was born March 12, 1970, in Hiawatha, the son of Gene and Naomi (Grover) Hollabaugh. He attended Hiawatha schools, graduating in 1988. He worked for the City of Hiawatha water department for 12 years; farming and custom harvesting for six years with Circle C Farms; and ADM Crosswind packaging division, Hiawatha. He enjoyed processing deer for Rawhide camp and cared for the Mt. Hope Cemetery. He was a member of the First Christian Church, Hiawatha, prior to attending Community of Christ Church in Fanning. On March 31, 2012, he married Melanie (Whetstine) Edie in Fanning. She survives. Other survivors include: two step-daughters, Kyleigh Edie and Brennah Edie, and one step-son, Joey Edie, all of Highland; his mother, Naomi Hollabaugh, Hiawatha; mother-in-law, Virginia Whetstine, Highland; two sisters, Debra Mitchell, and husband, Ward, Godfrey, Ill, and Geriann Marvin, Ozark, Mo.; brother- in- law, John Whetstine, and wife, Dana, rural Highland; sister-in-law, JoEllen Howerton, and husband, Marion, Highland; grandmother Patty Dean; 10 nieces, five nephews, two great-nephews and a great niece. He was preceded in death by his father, Gene; father-in-law, John Whetstine; and great-nephew, Gabriel Cervantes. A Celebration of Life service was held on Aug. 26 at the Community of Christ Church, Fanning, with Kathleen Twombly officiating. Interment followed at Iowa Point Cemetery. Donations may be made to Bruce Hollabaugh Memorial Fund in care of Chapel Oaks Funeral home, 124 S. 7th Street, Hiawatha, Ks. 66434

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