Funeral expert services established for Manhattan woman killed on US-24

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – Funeral providers are established for the 38-12 months-previous female who died in an incident together US-24 highway in Pottawatomie Co. Friday morning.

In accordance to an obituary on the Mercer Funeral Home’s web page, Abby L. Stous will be laid to relaxation Friday, Might 20th at Dawn Cemetery in Manhattan.

A visitation will be held Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Crestview Christian Church in Manhattan.

In lieu of bouquets, the family members claims contributions can be designed to an Instructional Fund setup for Stous’ 4 youngsters — c/o Mercer Funeral House, PO Box 270, Holton, KS, 66436.

According to her obituary, Stous was a 2001 graduate of Holton Substantial School and later graduated from Rasmussen School with a Bachelor’s Degree.

Stous formerly owned and operated Lee’s Flower Shop in Holton, and was presently functioning for Blue Cross Blue Protect of Kansas. She is survived by her partner of almost 15-yrs, four children, among the other close spouse and children members.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Stous died Friday morning subsequent a crash together US-24 and Flush Rd. Officials say as she was crossing the freeway she was struck by an eastbound commercial truck.

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