F ayolla Belle Bramhall, 86, formerly of Vermillion passed away on July 1, 2013 at Meadowlark Hills, Manhattan, Kansas.
Visitation will be held at Hayes-Popkess Funeral Home, 801 4th St, Centralia on Friday, July 5, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Funeral service will be held at Vermillion Grade School Gym on Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. with Pastor Barry Park of University Christian Church, Manhattan officiating. Burial/Interment will follow at the Vermillion Cemetery.
Fayolla Belle Bramhall was born in Diller, Nebraska to Alfred and Cecil Sisk on April 28, 1927. She graduated from Frankfort High School in 1945. She was a cherished wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother that was full of life, faith and love for everyone. She worked side by side with her husband on their farm near Lillis, Kansas. She lived at Redbud Assisted Living, Onaga for the past 5 years. She was a member of the Vermillion First Christian Church, Vermillion Lion’s Club and Hootsie Totsie Red Hat’s Society. She enjoyed playing a good hand of cards with anyone who would play with her. In addition to Mike, Faye loved her family and friends and entertained them with her great sense of humor. Her hobbies included traveling, shopping, sewing, baking, crossword puzzles and enjoying life. Faye’s reward was her life blessings of family and friends.
Faye is preceded in death by her husband, Mike G. Bramhall in 2000 and parent’s Alfred and Cecil Sisk, a brother, Harold Sisk, two sisters, Ruby Mae Keck and Catherine Sisk and a grandson, Chad Michael Bramhall.
Faye is survived by her three children Chuck Bramhall and wife Dorothy of Manhattan, Kansas, Bob Bramhall and wife Shirley, Manhattan, Kansas and Patti (Bramhall) Kracht and husband Jerry of Olathe, Kansas. Three brothers Hank Sisk, Frankfort, Jerry Sisk Denver, Colo. and Sonny Sisk of Manhattan. Surviving grandchildren are Angela Bramhall, Mark Bramhall, Clay Bramhall, Ryan Bramhall, Heath Bramhall, Stephan Smith, Chelsey Smith and Cortney Stewart and 10 great grand children.
Memorial donations may be made to the Fayolla B.Bramhall Memorial Fund that will be used to support the local community. Donations may be sent to the Hayes-Popkess Funeral Homes at 814 Castle St., Seneca, KS 66538.