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Honald N. Maidt Jr.
"Bud"

Company B-1

19 Oct 1937 - 14 Dec 2005

Place of Death: Winfield, KS

Interment: Highland Cemetery, Winfield, KS

Honald N. Maidt, Jr., Class of 1962, passed away on 14 Dec 05 in Winfield, KS.  Bud, as we knew him, entered with our class, but was turned back in Feb 60.

Remembrances:

Class Memorial Pages\B-1 Bud Maidt - USMA62.pdf

Honald N. Maidt, Jr., Class of 1962, passed away on 14 Dec 05 in Winfield, KS.  Bud, as we knew him, entered with our class, but was turned back in Feb 60.

Ed Brown

Obituaries:

Services were held for Honald N. “Bud” Maidt Jr. were held Dec. 17 at 10:30 a.m. in the Colonial Chapel of Miles Funeral Service. The Rev. Phyllis Kumorowski officiated. Burial was in Highland Cemetery.

Keith Anglemyer was the organist. Special music selections were “Daddy’s Hands” performed by Wilma Anglemyer and “My Heart Will Go On” performed by Scarlett Anglemyer.

Honorary casket bearers were Larry Nelson, Cory Anglemyer, Keith Hoffman, Travis Collier, Richard Smith, Jason Collier, Tyler Collier, Chester Denson, Brock Denson and Brandon Smith.

Casket bearers were Greg Collier, Eric Collier, Dexter Denson, Marcus Turner, Steve McArtor and Stan Landis.

A memorial has been established with Cowley County Safe Homes in Winfield.

Winfield Daily Courier

HONALD N. "BUD" MAIDT, JR., 68, of Wrnfield, Kansas, passed away Wednesday morning, December 14, 2005 at William Newton Hospital.

Born on October 19, 1937, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, he was the son of Honald N. and Gertrude (Drescher) Maidt, Sr. The child of a military career family, he spent his childhood years in several locations. He graduated from WalsinghamAcademyin Virginia in 1955. In 1957 he attended West Point and later graduated in 1962. Following his graduation from West Point, he served in Germany for a year.

Bud then moved to Winfield, Kansas. In December of 1969 he began employment with Gordan-Piatt at Strother Field where he was an application engineer. He married Shirley Winn Collier and her children on April 4, 1970 in Winfield, Kansas. After Gordan Piatt was sold, he remained with Kern Gordon at HeatMizer
Incorporated totaling 36 years
.

He attended the First United Methodist Church in Winfield. Bud and Shirley had published the American Legion "Bombshell" Newsletter for the last 17 years. His hobbies included his family, bowling, computers and he loved animals.

His family includes: His wife: Shirley of the home; His sons: Eric Collier and wife Sharon of Tulsa, OK; and Greg Collier and wife Teresa of Hutchinson, KS; His daughters: Tricia Denson and husband Dexter of Winfield, KS; Cindy Anglemyer and husband Keith of Winfield, KS; Wendy Turner of Wichita, KS; and Sandra Collier of Winfield, KS; His sister: Connie Elliott of Victoria, TX; His 23 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.


In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Peggy Calantoc.

Miles Funeral Service