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Frank Yoho

Frank Travis Yoho, 33, Le Roy, died Friday, April 26, 2013, near Anderson, S.C., from the results of a motorcycle accident.
Travis was born Nov. 4, 1979, in Iola, the son of William Ray Yoho and Marsha Lou Storrer Yoho.
He grew up in Le Roy and Humboldt and graduated from Le Roy High School in 1998.
Following high school, he became a millwright and was employed first at Mid-American Machine in Le Roy and then H. F. Machinery in Topeka, his current employer.
He was a member of Neosho Lodge No. 27, A.F. & A.M. in Le Roy.
He was married to Kallie Jewett on June 10, 2000, and they were later divorced.
Travis is survived by three children, William Trenton Yoho and Trinity Meridian Yoho, Gridley, and Eliot James Ard, Iola; his mother and step-father, Marsha and Gary Frederick, Humboldt; his father and step-mother, Bill and Martha Yoho, Le Roy; two sisters, Amanda Yoho, Kansas City, and Kellee Frederick, Humboldt; a brother, Nick Yoho, Lawrence; grandparents, Don and Sondra Storrer, El Dorado, Denise Yoho, Le Roy, Bill and Jean Frederick, Humboldt, and Ron and Maxie Folks, Lexington, Okla.; along with many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at First Christian Church in Le Roy. Burial will follow in Logue Cemetery east of Le Roy.
Visiation will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Jones Funeral Home in Burlington.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Travis Yoho Children Education Fund and may be sent in care of the funeral home.

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