Rev. Evert Lloyd Haney

Rev.  Lloyd Haney, 79, left us to be with his Savior on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at home in Mission Kansas under the care of Kansas City Hospice.  Lloyd was born in Ottawa, Kansas on October 10, 1932 to Rev. Evert Lee and Hazel Haney. Lloyd was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Beth. He graduated from high school in Sterling, Kansas and attended Monmouth College in Illinois. He then entered Pittsburg Theological Seminary, and was ordained in 1957. Through the years he was pastor of the Westside United Presbyterian Church in Monmouth, the Heritage United Presbyterian Church in Hales Corners, Wisconsin, the First United Presbyterian Church in Cedar Falls, Iowa, the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Worthington, Minnesota. He retired In 1997 after serving 22 years at Southridge Presbyterian Church in Roeland Park, KS.  He served on and chaired many committees for the Heartland Presbytery and was instrumental in the founding of Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church. Currently, he was on the Board of Directors for The Daycare Connection. Throughout life he enjoyed spending time with family and friends, sailing, camping, singing in the church choir, and excelling in wood carving. He and his wife particularly loved being on the road in their Trek RV, visiting old friends and seeing new places. They always looked forward to spending their winters in Texas after Lloyd’s retirement.

Lloyd is survived by his wife, Wilma; children Cindy Ferriss (Rick), Lynne Haney, Tracy Reddell (Greg) and Lee Schmid(Renee); grandchildren Christy, Jason, Eric, Nicholas, Trevor and Alexandra; and eight great-grandchildren.

A memorial Service will be held at 4 P.M., November 21, 2011 at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, located at College Boulevard and Nieman Road, Overland Park, Kansas. A short reception will follow at the Church. The family requests no flowers, but remembrances may be made to Grace Covenant.


  1. Russ and Jan Rickers on November 27, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Dear Wilma, We were saddened to hear of Lloyd’s death. We have many good memories when Lloyd served the church in Worthington. We remember the “Warm Fuzzies” and the “Cool Pricklies” at Christmas time. Thinking of you, Jan and Russ Rickers

  2. Lynn Kirchhoff on November 20, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    Hello Wilma,

    There was a posting at Miege about your husband passing away. I was sorry to hear about your loss. I hope you are well and can enjoy your family during the holidays.
    Best Wishes,
    Lynn Kirchhoff

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