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Eugenia Jandebeur

August 23, 1920 — April 16, 2013

Eugenia Lorraine Jandebeur, 92, died Tuesday, April 16, 2013, at Goodland Regional Medical Center.  She had been a Goodland, Kansas resident for five years, moving from Charlotte, North Carolina.

She was born August 23, 1920, at Ipswich, South Dakota, the daughter of Agnes (Olson) and Henry K. Maulsby.  She graduated from Elk Point High School in Elk Point, South Dakota, and then from Sioux City Business School in Sioux City, Iowa

On August 21, 1948, she and Lyle W. Jandebeur were married at Denver, Colorado, and made their home there.  In 1962, they moved to Charlotte, North Carolina.  She had been a member of the Eastway Christian Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, for over forty years, and in Goodland, she attended the First United Methodist Church.

Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, sister Esther Ileen Klaus, and brother Forrest Maulsby.

Surviving family includes son Ronald Jandebeur and his wife Brenda of Charlotte, North Carolina; daughter Kay Younger and her husband David of Goodland; six grandchildren Kimberley Jandebeur Taylor and her husband Trip, Kris Jandebeur, David B. Younger, Karna Lorraine Younger, Scott Younger, Mallory Younger Lammers and her husband Charles; great-grandchildren Tristan Jandebeur and Brianne Taylor.

Private inurnment will be at Christ Mount in Black Mountain, North Carolina.

Memorials may be designated to the Carnegie Arts Center or Good Samaritan Society—Sherman County, and may be mailed to Koons Funeral Home, 211 N. Main Ave., Goodland, KS  67735-1555.  Online condolences and guest register:

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