Lawrence A. “Larry” Dreiling Obituary

Lawrence A. “Larry” Dreiling, 65, Catharine, died Monday, April 5, 2021, at his property. He was born Sept. 17, 1955. in Hays to Lawrence J. “Larry” and Norma Jean (Urban) Dreiling.  In 1973, He  was a  1973 graduate of  Hays High Faculty. He married Glady J. Dorzweiler on Nov. 11, 1977,  […]

Lawrence A. “Larry” Dreiling, 65, Catharine, died Monday, April 5, 2021, at his property.

He was born Sept. 17, 1955. in Hays to Lawrence J. “Larry” and Norma Jean (Urban) Dreiling.  In 1973, He  was a  1973 graduate of  Hays High Faculty.

He married Glady J. Dorzweiler on Nov. 11, 1977,  in Catharine, and they celebrated 20 a long time of marriage right before she preceded him in dying Oct.  24, 1997.  He afterwards married Anita (Kinderknecht) Fisher on Dec. 26, 2003, and they celebrated 17 decades of relationship. He was an oilfield pumper, owning and operating Larry Dreiling Pumping, and he invented and built gauge sticks for oilfield tanks.  

He was a  member of St. Catherine Catholic Church, St. Catherine 3rd Diploma Knights of Columbus Council No. 11687, wherever he was Past Grand Knight, and the Bishop Cunningham Assembly Fourth Diploma Knights of Columbus, where he was Past Devoted Navigator.

He was an entrepreneur, a jack-of-all-trades, liked woodworking, and he would very easily take care of many projects simultaneously.  He was welcoming, caring, and possessed a amazing smile, knew folks anywhere he traveled, had an extraordinary memory, and loved his household, in particular his grandchildren.

Survivors contain his wife, Catharine his father and mother-in-regulation, Leo and Viola Dorzweiler, Catharine two sons, Matt Dreiling and wife, Renee and Adam Fisher and wife. Erica, all of Hays 5 daughters, Joannie Kollman and husband, Andy, Catharine, Shannon Dreiling and major other. Andrew Burkhart, Hays, Angie Dorzweiler and husband, Steve, Salina, Laura Waldschmidt and spouse, Chris, Overland Park, and Paula Mattison and partner, Brady, Shawnee two brothers, Alex J. Dreiling and spouse, Shari and John J. Dreiling and spouse, Bonnie ,all of Hays two sisters, Linda Pfannenstiel and partner, A.J., Hays, and Janie Dorzweiler, Catharine 14 grandchildren, Kenneth Waldschmidt, Bryan Waldschmidt, Gracyn Dorzweiler, Leo Dorzweiler, Kenny Fisher, Joey Fisher, Coraline Mattison, Ethan Dreiling, Allison Dreiling, Madison Adams, Hayden Adams, Kaylee Kollman, Gladyn Kollman, and Zendai’ah Yarbrough his brothers and sisters-in-legislation, Carol Schryer and spouse, Mark,  Ellis, Dan Kinderknecht and wife ,Vicky , Chandler, Ariz., Floyd Kinderknecht and wife, Loretta, Ellis, Brian Kinderknecht and wife, Silvia, Bracketville, Texas  Dan Dorzweiler and wife, Tammy,  Hays, and Charlie Dorzweiler and spouse, RoxieCatharine and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in loss of life by his dad and mom his father-in-regulation, Richard Kinderknecht his mom-in-legislation, Anna Rita Weber two brothers-in-legislation, Harold Dorzweiler and Leo Steven Dorzweiler and a sister-in-law, Babs Kinderknecht.  

Products and services will be at 10 a.m.  Friday at St. Catherine Catholic Church burial in St. Catherine Cemetery.  Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Hays Memorial Chapel Funeral Property, 1906 Pine, Hays, KS 67601 and from 8:30 a.m. until finally time of provider Friday at the church.  

The Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus will stand honor guard from 5:30  to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, a vigil support will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by a merged Third and Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus rosary, all on Thursday at the funeral dwelling.  

Memorials are suggested to Hospice of HaysMed, St. Catherine Cemetery Fund, or  Harold Dorzweiler Cancer Fund, in care of the funeral home.

Condolences can  be sent to the household at www.haysmemorial.com

Posted on the web on April 07, 2021

Marilynn Veness

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