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Martha Cink


December 22, 1919 ~ July 26, 2013


Martha Ann Cink was born December 22, 1919, on a farm near Wellington, Kansas, the second of 10 children born to Henry and Lena (Wall) Franks. She died July 26, 2013 at Derby, Kansas at the age of 93.


Martha grew up on a farm helping to raise chickens and cattle, herding cattle with a jenny mule, harnessing the mules and horses to help work the fields. In September Martha would miss school to help with planting the wheat.


Martha went to school in Corbin, Kansas, graduating form the 8th grade. At the age of 17 Martha went to work helping in the homes of people who were sick, nursing them back to health and cleaning houses too.


On August 18, 1940, Martha married Harry Cink in the Rev. Sankeys’ home in Caldwell, Kansas. This union was blessed with a daughter Martha Jo Ann. She and Harry farmed until they retired in 1973 and moved to Caldwell.


Martha was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Lena Franks and her husband Harry.


She is survived by her daughter Martha Jo Ann Roundtree and her husband Glendale; granddaughter Glena Ann McCormac and great-granddaughter Kelsie McCormac all of Derby, Kansas; several brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.


Graveside services for Martha will be held 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at the Corzine Cemetery, Corbin, Kansas.


Memorials may be given in Martha's name to the Harden Hospice.



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Martha JoAnn & LeRoy Ward (Peters)

Family and Friends - 07/28/2013

Martha And Family , We are sorry to hear that your mother has past she is with God now My the memory's

stay in your heart always


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Carlyon (Fowler) Thompson

Family and Friends - 07/28/2013

So sorry to hear of passing of your mom. I know all will miss her. I also know like both my parents she is in a better place. She is still with you in your heart an mind even though gone from earth.


Have thought of you all an still do. I have not known how to contact you. My thoughts an prayers are with your family during this time.


Carlyon


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Shirley and Jim Hyatt

Family and Friends - 07/29/2013

Martha Jo Ann, So sorry to hear about your Mother, my Aunt Martha, passing away. She had a very good life with you all, and I always looked forward to your phone calls and getting to talk to my Aunt Martha. She was the sweetest, caring, and devoted Aunt to me. I do remember, when I was little, I stayed with Aunt Martha and Uncle Harry, while my folks were on a trip as I got car sick. Remeber sitting on Uncle Harrys lap and turning the catlog pages, while he held it. Those memories will be with us forever. Aunt Martha is with Uncle Harry now and no longer hurting. God Bless you all and will be thinking of you. With our bad storms coming this way, sorry we can't be there. A long trip from here in Buffalo,Mo. Prayers to you all and the family.


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Rodney W. Winchell

Family and Friends - 07/30/2013

I am so sorry for your loss of such a special Lady in my life as I remember way back when me and my family would visit there farm when Uncle Harry was a live and they were so happily married. I will never forget those days. Wonderful Memories of my brother, sister, and I playing around the farm. You just never forget those times. Then oh, did I not tell you how good Aunt Martha cooked. We would go there and stay like for dinner and i would eat so much my belly would get so big, but then she would bring out the desert, I could never pass up her desert. You never knew what it was it could be cobbler, pie, or cake it did not matter it was always so good. She will be missed dearly, but always be in my heart and Memories will always be with me.

I pray for the for the Family and my Mother!


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Melinda Holsworth

Family and Friends - 07/30/2013

I am so sorry to hear of your mother's loss of life. You will be in our prayers. May God be with you all. Gladys Holsworth and family.


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Jan Whaley

Family and Friends - 07/30/2013

Martha Just read of your loss of your mother, Know you have a lot of wonderful memories as you were a wonderful daughter.


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Jerry Sander

Family and Friends - 08/12/2013

Hi Martha Jo Ann and Glendale,

I am so sorry to learn of the death of your mother. I have known your parents for many years, and of course my late husband knew them for a long time also. They were wonderful people and I have good memories of them. Since I had lost contact with you, I didn't know that you had moved to Derby. Sending my love to all.

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