Weather problems mean Farmers Insurance Open will finish today

first_imgShane Lowry and Paul Dunne both fell out of contention during the delayed fourth round with Lowry 7 off the lead after a final round 73 left him level par.Paul Dunne is 1 over with two to play while Jimmy Walker leads by one from Brandt Snedeker on 7 under through 10 holes.last_img

William “Bill” Lacey, 67, Arkansas City: Jan. 15, 1947 – July 12, 2014

first_imgHe is preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Lote Lacey. Bill LaceyWilliam “Bill” Lacey, 67, of Arkansas City, KS passed away Saturday, July 12, 2014 at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.Graveside Memorial Services will be held at 10 A.M., Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at the Geuda Springs Cemetery. Following services the family will gather to receive friends at the Geuda Springs Community Building. A memorial has been established with the Geuda Springs Museum and may be left with the Shelley Family Funeral Home of Arkansas City. For further information please visit www.shelleyfamilyfh.com.William “Bill” Ray Lacey was born January 15, 1947 the son of Milo “Wayne” and Minnie “Midge” (Brewer) Lacey in Arkansas City. He graduated from Oxford High School in 1965. After High School he served his country in the United States Army. On January 3, 1966 Bill was united in marriage with Pamela Rush and three children were born to this union. On October 25, 2002 Bill was united in marriage to Judy Ann Nixon.  Bill worked for the Railroad and at GE as an engine mechanic retiring in 2008. Bill enjoyed drag racing, coyote hunting, working on anything that he could find a way to coble together and loved telling stories. Nothing made Bill happier than spending time with his family and his many close friends.Surviving to honor his memory is his loving wife Judy of the home, children: Darren Lacey and Theresa of Hoisington, KS, Melynda Hatch and Mike of Overland Park, KS, Eric Lacey and Kelly of Oxford, Tonnie Catron and Lance of Arkansas City, Kim Allen Klotz of Arkansas City, Brian Klotz and Shannan of Arkansas City and Kayla Foust and Marc of Arkansas City; a sister, Sharon Pudden of Geuda Springs; 17 grandchildren: Beth Lacey, Courtney Lacey, Abby Lacey, Mitchel Schiff, Madi Hatch, Mason Hatch, Michael Sandborn, Brittany Lacey, Kiesha DuMontelle, Kelsi Ford, Colby Klotz, Joshua Klotz, Brandon Klotz, Kaghe Klotz, Kagon Klotz, Briley Ware, Dylan Foust, great grandchildren: Spencer DuMontelle, Brianna DuMontelle and Adalyn Floyd, as well as many nieces and nephews.last_img read more