Max Oyler


INGALLS — Max Sylvan Oyler, 67, died Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, at his home.

INGALLS — Max Sylvan Oyler, 67, died Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, at his home.

He was born April 7, 1946, in Dodge City, to Raymond Payne Oyler and Mildred Alice Newberry. He graduated from Cimarron High School in 1963.

Mr. Oyler worked for Finney County as a grader operator, retiring May 31, 2013, after 25 years of service.

On Dec. 21, 1969, he married Phyllis Stone. She survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Debra Miller of Wichita; a son, Samuel Oyler of Garden City; eight grandchildren; three brothers, Ray and Glenn Oyler, both of Cimarron, and Rex Oyler of Garden City; and four sisters, Ramona Mirt of Wichita, Veta Gossman of Scott City, Vonia Rein of Cimarron, and Ronda Penn of Ingalls.

Funeral will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cimarron Nazarene Church. Burial will follow at Cimarron Cemetery-Foote Addition.

Visitation hours are noon to 8 p.m. Friday at Swaim Funeral Chapel, Cimarron, with the family receiving friends from 4 to 8 p.m. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the guest book at Memorials are suggested to Cimarron Nazarene Church, in care of the funeral home.

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