Daniel W. Chaline
Services for Daniel Warren Chaline, 38, Osawatomie, were Saturday, May 26, at Faith Builders International Church in De Soto. Military graveside services were at De Soto Cemetery.
Mr. Chaline died Tuesday, May 22, 2001 in Osawatomie.
He was born May 25, 1962, in Houston, the son of Robert Elton and Billie Pearl McAlpine Chaline.
He had lived in Tonganoxie, Kansas City, Kan., and Clearwater Beach, Fla. He moved to Osawatomie in March 2001.
He graduated from Big Bend Community College in 1979, and the Johnson County Community College nursing program in 1996. He was a forklift operator for KC Cold Storage in Bonner Springs and also was a registered nurse.
Mr. Chaline also served in the U.S. Army for eight years.
He was a member of the Faith Builders International Church in De Soto, where he participated in Operation Sunshine and R.O.C.K. organizations, Teamsters Local Union No. 838 and the Western Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri.
He married Patricia Ann Ramsey on Oct. 1, 1992, in De Soto. She survives of the home.
Other survivors include his father, Robert Elton Chaline, Houston; his mother, Billie Pearl McAlpine Chaline, Pasadena, Tex.; a grandmother, Naomie Thibbeaux, Houston; five daughters, Julia Ann Rose Chaline, of the home, Ashley Lee Ann Chaline, Overland Park, Skylar Michale Chaline, Gardner, Alicia Chaline, Manhattan, and Katrine Chaline, Tonganoxie; two sons, Thomas Daniel Christian Chaline, Tonganoxie, and Robert Warren Chaline, Manhattan; five brothers, Richard Chaline, Pittsburg, Randall Chaline, Fort Stockton, Texas, Gerald Chaline and Roger Chaline, both of Houston, and Brian Chaline, Palm Bay, Fla.; two sisters, Patricia Lois Chaline, Pasadena, Texas, and Lisa Chaline, Anoka, Minn.; and a grandson.
The family suggests memorial contributions to Operation Sunshine, sent in care of Faith Builders International Church, 8390 Peoria, De Soto, Kan., 66018.Bruce Funeral Home, Gardner, was in charge of arrangements.
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