| November/December 1992

RUDOLPH JOSEPH SEJKORA of Chapman, Kansas, 83, died April 22, 1992 at the Chapman Valley Manor.

Mr. Sejkora was born November 9, 1908 at Steinauer, Nebraska and moved to Chapman in 1928.

His daughter, Joyce Hilkie, preceded him in death. Sisters Mildred Kabriel of Summerfield, Kansas and Velma Klunk of Murray, Kentucky survive, along with two grandchildren.

Rudy worked at a service station and as a plumber before he went into the Navy and served as a steam fitter.

Mr. Sejkora owned many different steam engines in his lifetime. He had a love for Case engines and rebuilt many. Besides reflueing steam engines he loved polka music. He was well known in the central United States.

Rudy was a charter member of the Central Kansas Flywheels, Inc. of Salina, Kansas and a very faithful worker until his health failed.


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