October 30, 2014

Roger Neil Russell

Roger Neil Russell 77, of Spring Hill, Kan. died May 27, 2011 at his home.
He was born February 20, 1934 in Bonita, Kan. He was a 1952 graduate of St. John’s Memorial High School in Olathe and attended Ottawa University. Roger served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War.
Roger was a hairdresser for 54 years and currently worked at New Reflections Hair Salon in Olathe, Kan. In 1957, he graduated from Hays Hairdressing School and worked in Roeland Park, Mission, and Olathe where he owned his own business, Roger’s Hairstyling Salon for many years.
He was an elder and charter member at New Hope Presbyterian Church in America, Olathe. He was active in Bible Study Fellowship; a member of the Morning Grange, and worked with the Johnson County Fair and 4-H. He had a passion for gardening, growing and arranging flowers. He and his wife Lois had a Craft Floral business for over twenty years.
He was preceded in death by an infant son, Stephen; brothers William, Jim, Don; sister, Chery; and parents, George C. and Evelyn Russell.
Survivors include his wife, Lois Russell, of the home; children: Randy Russell and wife Kristy, of Gardner; and Carol Lang and husband David, of Olathe; grandchildren: Hannah, Emily, Sarah, Elijah and Leah Russell, and Elizabeth Lang.
Funeral services were held May 31 at New Hope Presbyterian Church in America, Olathe. Interment in Olathe Memorial Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers contributions can be sent to New Hope Presbyterian Church, 13310 S. Blackbob Rd. Olathe, Kansas 66062.
To leave a message for the family, please visit www.Penwellgabelolathe.com.

Comments

  1. Roger and his wife, Lois, are the salt of the earth……….couldn’t find better people.

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