Kathy Diane Jardon
KATHY DIANE JARDON
A Celebration of Life for Kathy Diane Jardon, 52, Baldwin City, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church, Baldwin City. A private inurnment will follow at a later date. Ms. Jardon died Oct. 29, 2006, at her home.
She was born June 1, 1954, at Lawrence, the daughter of Marvin E. and Norma D. (Brecheisen) Jardon. She graduated from Baldwin High School in 1972. She attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Gulfport, Miss., Baker University and Kansas University. She graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene College in 1997, with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources.
She married Miles H. Stotts II on June 1, 1977, at the First United Methodist Church, Baldwin City. She sold pickled eggs at Baldwin Junction, worked at a daycare, Explore Bookstore and Carl's Pharmacy in Aspen, Colo. She worked at Audra's Cafe and Sunshine Manor, Buhler, and Baldwin Care Center, Baldwin City. She worked at the University Career Center at Kansas University and the Continuing Education Office at Stanford University.
She was a member of Clearfield United Methodist Church and attended First United Methodist Church, Baldwin City. She was a member of United Methodist Women, the Sierra Club, the American Legion Auxiliary, Baldwin City, and a Sigma Kappa Mom.
Survivors include her parents, Marvin and Norma Jardon, Baldwin City; her husband, Miles Stotts; two daughters, Amy Irene Stotts, Baldwin City, and Sara Jean Stotts, Boulder, Colo.
Visitation will be after the service at the church and at The Lodge in Baldwin City following services. Memorials may be made to Lawrence Oncology Center, Lawrence Memorial Hospital and sent in care of Lamb-Roberts Funeral Home, Box 64, Baldwin City, KS 66006.
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