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Ellis County Obituary
Shattuck Memorial Cemetery

aka IOOF

Submitted by Family

Reprinted with permission
Submitted by: Janet Flickinger


1927 - 27 Feb 2017

Adam Kerbs Jr. passed away February 27, 2017. Adam was born in Shattuck, Oklahoma to Leah Meier and Adam A. Kerbs in 1927.

He was a retired farmer and carpenter.

Adam was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Margaret Baker Kerbs; two sisters, Betty Becker and Barbara Burkhalter.

He is survived by three children, Richard Eugene Kerbs and wife, Dawn, of Burleson, Texas, daughter, Cynthia Kerbs Beach and husband John, of Ruidoso, New Mexico and son, Johnnie Earl Kerbs and wife, Genni, of Cleburne, Texas; five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.

A memorial service celebrating his life was held at the Keene Seventh Day Adventist Church., Keene, TX, Dr. George Reid officiating.

Memorials may be sent to:
Southwestern Adventist University
Attn: Student Aid Department
100 W. Hillcrest
Keene, and TX 76050-1922

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