George W. Armantrout

Broadway Mortuary

George W. Armantrout

George W. Armantrout, 92, died November 18, 2021 at Larksfield Place in Wichita, KS. He was born on June 7, 1929 in Scott City, KS to Raymond and Hildred Armantrout. George graduated from Scott City High School and Kansas State University School of Engineering after which he served in the Air Force with the 32nd Bomber Squadron and was honorably discharged in 1955. He returned to the family farm in Scott City, where he was a Farmer Stockman until his retirement.

Preceded in death by his parents and 2 daughters, George is survived by his wife of 50 years, Natalie Franke Armantrout, daughter Lisa Rehfeld, Longmont, CO, Pamela Nolan, Arapaho, CO, and 3 grandchildren, Thomas, Erin and Samara Rehfeld all of Denver, CO, his brother Leon, nieces and a nephew all of California.

In accordance with George's wishes his body has been donated to the KU Willed Body Program. Memorials may be made to the Scott County Library or the Salvation Army. Cozine Memorial Group @ Broadway Mortuary is entrusted with arrangements. www.cozine.com.

Posted online on November 23, 2021

Published in The Garden City Telegram

George W. Armantrout

Broadway Mortuary

George W. Armantrout

George W. Armantrout, 92, died November 18, 2021 at Larksfield Place in Wichita, KS. He was born on June 7, 1929 in Scott City, KS to Raymond and Hildred Armantrout. George graduated from Scott City High School and Kansas State University School of Engineering after which he served in the Air Force with the 32nd Bomber Squadron and was honorably discharged in 1955. He returned to the family farm in Scott City, where he was a Farmer Stockman until his retirement.

Preceded in death by his parents and 2 daughters, George is survived by his wife of 50 years, Natalie Franke Armantrout, daughter Lisa Rehfeld, Longmont, CO, Pamela Nolan, Arapaho, CO, and 3 grandchildren, Thomas, Erin and Samara Rehfeld all of Denver, CO, his brother Leon, nieces and a nephew all of California.

In accordance with George's wishes his body has been donated to the KU Willed Body Program. Memorials may be made to the Scott County Library or the Salvation Army. Cozine Memorial Group @ Broadway Mortuary is entrusted with arrangements. www.cozine.com.

Posted online on November 23, 2021

Published in The Garden City Telegram