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Mull, Harter service scheduled Tuesday
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Glenn and Elaine Mull, daughter Amy Harter, and granddaughter Samantha Harter, who all perished in a plane crash Feb. 3 in Tennessee, will be memorialized on Tuesday by family and friends.
A 10 a.m. service is scheduled for Glenn and Elaine Mull at First Assembly of God, 601 S. Patton Road. A 2 p.m. service for Amy and Samantha Harter will follow.
“The outpouring of support from people in our community as well as in Tennessee has been incredible” said Doug Harter, who lost his wife, daughter and in-laws. “Our family has drawn great strength from this and we wish we could personally acknowledge every single person.”
Jennifer Ladwig, the daughter of Glenn and Elaine Mull said, “The memories of my parents, sister and niece will live on in this community that we all so love.  We are indescribably grateful for the many friends and community members who have comforted us in this difficult time.”
John Mull, the son of Glenn and Elaine Mull, said, “While we mourn the loss of four family members, we are humbled by all the stories of the impact they made on the lives of our friends and extended family.”
In recognition of the Mull family’s support of community development, memorial donations may be given to the Golden Belt Foundation, in care of the Beckwith Mortuary, PO Box 477, Larned, KS, 67550.