Funeral solutions set for Manhattan lady killed on US-24

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – Funeral companies are set for the 38-calendar year-outdated female who died in an accident alongside US-24 highway in Pottawatomie Co. Friday morning.

According to an obituary on the Mercer Funeral Home’s web-site, Abby L. Stous will be laid to rest Friday, Might 20th at Dawn Cemetery in Manhattan.

A visitation will be held Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Crestview Christian Church in Manhattan.

In lieu of flowers, the family members states contributions can be made to an Instructional Fund set up for Stous’ four young children — c/o Mercer Funeral Dwelling, PO Box 270, Holton, KS, 66436.

According to her obituary, Stous was a 2001 graduate of Holton Significant College and afterwards graduated from Rasmussen Faculty with a Bachelor’s Diploma.

Stous previously owned and operated Lee’s Flower Store in Holton, and was now operating for Blue Cross Blue Protect of Kansas. She is survived by her husband of virtually 15-years, four young children, between other shut household customers.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Stous died Friday early morning pursuing a crash alongside US-24 and Flush Rd. Officials say as she was crossing the highway she was struck by an eastbound commercial truck.

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