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Ruth Ann "Daisy" Herron

August 12, 1949 — March 21, 2024

Ruth Ann "Daisy" Herron

Wichita - Ruth Ann (Price) Herron (aka Daisy), 74, surrounded by her family, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 21st, 2024. Ruth Ann was born on August 12th, 1949, in Hays, Kansas, to Ernest Leon Price and Louie Mae McAllister. After graduating from South High School in 1967, she met Frank Dasis and went on to have two children, Julie and Rebecca Dasis. She then met Gary Evans in 1975, and had one child, Christopher Evans. Her third and fourth husbands were Steve Miller in 1981, and Robert Herron in 2001who she remained close to.

Throughout her life Ruth Ann had a long and diverse work history, contributing her talents to various companies including Boeing, JCPenney, and Cargill. She was also a music enthusiast and the lead singer, tambourinist, and manager of the country western band High Plains, 1983-1984, Hutchinson, KS.

Ruth Ann celebrated life to the fullest and loved a good party. She would do anything for her friends, family, church, and community. She made everyone who knew her feel loved and special.

 Ruth Ann Herron is survived by her former husbands, Robert Herron, and Steve Miller; children: Julie (Dasis, Evans) (Mike) Powers, Rebecca (Dasis, Evans) Desmarais, and Chris Evans (Kathy Westerfhoff); sisters, Doreen (Price) Storment and Melinda Price; grandchildren, Jacob Evans, Sammantha Evans, Everest Desmarais, Logan Evans, and Ella Desmarais; niece and nephews, Vincent Evans, Rob Storment, Marsha Evans, and Jeff Storment; and many loving friends. She was preceded in death by former husbands, Frank Dasis and Gary Evans, parents Ernest Leon Price and Louie Mae McAllister, and brother, David Leon Price.

Ruth Ann will be deeply missed and remembered by all who knew her.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American School for the Deaf at https://www.asd-1817.org/support-us/donate-now, 

Mid-America All-Indian Museum at https://www.theindianmuseum.org/Pages/Donate.aspx

or Riverlawn Christian Church at https://www.riverlawn.org/give

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Wednesday, March 27, 2024

2:00 - 2:30 pm (Central time)

Andover Cemetery

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