Dardanella Duncan Obituary
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Dardanella M. Duncan

June 16, 1920 - August 18, 2014
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Dardanella Maie Duncan, 94, of Olathe, Kansas passed away at Olathe Medical Center surrounded by her loving family on Monday, August 18, 2014. She will forever be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, grandma Dard , sister, aunt and friend to everyone she met. Dardanella was born on June 16, 1920 in Battle Creek, Nebraska to Golden D. and Vera L. (Derrick) Sesler. She attended and graduated from Meadow Grove High School. She met and married the love of her life A. D. Duncan on July 26,1944. Together they raised their children Bonnie Duncan, Tom Duncan and Robert Duncan. Dardanella worked as a bookkeeper alongside her husband in...
Dardanella Maie Duncan, 94, of Olathe, Kansas passed away at Olathe Medical Center surrounded by her loving family on Monday, August 18, 2014. She will forever be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, grandma Dard , sister, aunt and friend to everyone she met.

Dardanella was born on June 16, 1920 in Battle Creek, Nebraska to Golden D. and Vera L. (Derrick) Sesler. She attended and graduated from Meadow Grove High School. She met and married the love of her life A. D. Duncan on July 26,1944. Together they raised their children Bonnie Duncan, Tom Duncan and Robert Duncan. Dardanella worked as a bookkeeper alongside her husband in the family business, Midwest Propeller. She enjoyed spending time with her family and especially her grandchildren. Other activities include sewing, cooking and traveling with her husband A.D. when he worked for TWA until he retired in 1973.

Dardanella is preceded in death by her parents Golden and Vera Sesler, loving husband of 40 years A. D. Duncan, daughter Bonnie Duncan, son Tom Duncan, grandson David Duncan and three sisters Frances Lenser, Elnora Petsche and Lois Pinkham.

She is survived by her son Robert Duncan and his wife Toi of Olathe, Kansas and two daughter-in-laws Jennifer Duncan of Kansas City, Kansas and Gwen Duncan of Olathe, Kansas. Left behind to cherish her memory are her eight grandchildren Ronnie Duncan and his wife Brandi of Olathe, Kansas, Patty Ludlow and her husband Stuart of Kansas City, Missouri, Kenny Duncan of Kansas City, Missouri, Michelle Garcia and her husband Ernie of Kansas City, Missouri, Bryan Duncan and his wife Lori of Tracy, California, Debbie Geisinger and her husband Don of Paola, Kansas, Nancy Gotchey and her husband Dan of Denver, Colorado and Jeff Duncan and his wife Shari of Olathe, Kansas. She will be sadly missed by her many great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Dardanella is also survived by her three sisters Donna Jean Kearnes of Henrico, Virginia, Irene Lewis and her husband Don of Apache, Arizona and Rosemary Dyslin of Meza, Arizona.

Dardanella will be cremated according to her wishes. Graveside Inurnment services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, August 29, 2014 at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens 13901 South Black Bob Road Olathe, Kansas. The family would personally like you to join them after the service for a reception at the Fist Christian Church of Olathe, 200 E. Loula St., Olathe, KS 66061. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made in Dardanella's memory to the First Christian Church of Olathe.

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"Our deepest sympathies for the loss of Aunt Dard" Dan Lewis (Sierra Vista, AZ)

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