Lucile Eisele

Services for Lucile Eisele, 89, Deltona, Florida will be at 10 AM Saturday at the Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Eudora Cemetery.

Lucile Eisele died Friday, November 13, 2020 at the DeBary rest home in Orange City, Florida.

Lucile was born on December 7, 1931 to John and Grace (nee Copley) Hargadine in Greensburg, Kansas and spent her childhood in Haviland, Kansas. She was a three time graduate of the University of Kansas earning a BA in Education, a BA in Geography and a MA in Geography. She was a school teacher in the Tonganoxie and Lawrence school districts. Lucile then went on to earn a Masters degree in Library Science from Emporia College. She subsequently worked for Cessna Aircraft in Wichita, Kansas as a Technical Librarian. Lucile was a gifted piano player and she loved to sing in church.

Lucile married John Eisele in 1948. They resided in the Eudora area on the Eisele farm east of Eudora for most of their married life. Two sons were born of this union Dennis Eisele and David Eisele (deceased). After John Eisele was seriously injured in a highway tractor accident in 1984, Lucile lovingly took care of him in the home for the next 12 years until his death in 1996.

Lucile is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Jane Eisele. Her grandsons are Dietrich and Dehn Eisele with associated granddaughter-in-laws, Shelley and Samara Eisele. The great grandchildren are Sophia, Adrianna and Sadie Eisele from Dietrich and Shelley Eisele and Malese and Maren Eisele from Dehn and Samara Eisele.

Visitation is from 7 to 8 PM on November 20, 2020 in the Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.

Messages & Condolences

From Mona Hargadine...

Dear Dennis and family, I was so saddened to hear of your mother’s passing. She was a favorite niece of my father, Dee, and a lady I admired greatly in the way she conducted her life, through good and bad times. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

From Ben Erwin...

Prayers of peace and comfort as you endure this difficult journey. Your mother was a true lady in every possible way. She always had kind words to share. I’ve known your mom all my life and she has left me with many wonderful memories.

From Orval Engling...

dennis, sorry for your loss. im not sure if you remember me, we were ku friends, many years ago.

From Pam & Humberto Pineda...

It is so very hard to loss your Mother, Mother in Law and Grandmother, life is really never the same. We send our prays to Dennis, Jane and the boys at this time of loss. We hope you find comfort in knowing Lucile enjoyed her life and home in Florida for many beautiful years. May she rest in peace.

From Kathy Abel Laws...

Dennis, Your Mom and Dad were such great friends with my parents. We always enjoyed their visits. Lucille was very knowledgeable about so many things and always fun to visit with. Your Dad was always telling funny stories and making us laugh.. Thinking of you and a life well lived!!

From Cindy Flippo...

Always enjoyed visiting with Lucille anytime she was back this way. ….. I know she will be missed. Sending love and prayers for the family especially while traveling back to Kansas. May she rest in peace in the arms of the Lord

From Diana Beach/Rickey Beach...

Dennis, we are sorry to hear that you mom passed away. Praying that God would comfort you and your family at this sad time. As you know we lost mom on her Birthday July the 31st this year, it is hard to let your Mother go. Our thoughts are with you praying that God would wrap you in his wonderful arms of love and keep you.

From Joe & Donna Ketchum...

Dennis, Joe & I were sad to see that your mom had passed. Please know that are thoughts and prayer will be with you & your family during this time.

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