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Louis E. Highfill

Wichita, Kansas

Jun 23, 1925 – Jan 10, 2018

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Louis E. Highfill, 92, born June 23, 1925, passed away Wednesday, January 10, 2018, in Wichita. He retired as Chief Clerk, Wichita Terminal Association, and Auditor, Wichita Union Station, with 44 years service. He was a licensed building contractor for 20 years. He served as Staff Sergeant 2nd...

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To Donna and family,
We were sorry to hear of Louis passing but rejoice as we know he is with his heavenly savior. We will miss his quiet gentle spirit and hearing him play the piano at church. Praying for strength and peace in the days ahead.

Donnna & Family, I was sorry to read of Louis death. I have nice memories of the times we spent with your family, the dinners, Louis reading from the Bible for evening devotions. His kindest to Larry on Cub Scout outings. Love you & your family. Ann Dyck (Shoemaker)

My heart and prayers are with you. I am so sorry for your loss. The loss leaves a big empty space in the heart of those who love him.

To the family of Mr. Highfill,
I am so sorry to read about your lost. I'm sure Mr. Highfill was full of wisdom and knowledge. Proverbs 3:13says, "Happy is the man who finds wisdom, And the man who acquires discernment." May you follow be peace in your hearts from Gods word.

Sorry to hear of the passing of my cousin. I remember how he could play boogie-woogie on the piano. He always loved his family so much. May God give you comforting as only he can.

Donna and Family, I am so sorry to learn of Louis' passing. He and you, Donna, have been wonderful friends to my parents, Kelsey and Nadine Crowl, through the years at Metropolitan Baptist. Mom is still in assisted living and will be saddened to learn of Louis passing. Our prayers to you and your family for peace and comfort at this difficult time.
Linda and Larry DeTienne

Donna and family. I was sorry to learn of the death of Louis. Both he and you Donna are remarkable people. I am Barb, Don Williams, sister in law.

Rest Louis, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

DONNA AND FAMILY,
I am sorry to hear of the loss of Louis. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Our families friendships was enjoyed I many ways. What a joy ( and Dale too,)for so many good times together. Always enjoyed Louis's good letters and keeping in touch when we moved to C.
May God give you strength and comfort at this difficult time and give you peace in the days to come.
Sincerely Yours,
Irma Shelley,
Nancy Auch,
Amy Jordan