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Alma Maude Fry-Crocker-Smith

KSAL StaffMay 2, 2018

Alma Maude Fry-Crocker-Smith, 88, of Salina, passed away April 27, 2018. She was born November 28, 1929 in Culver, Ks.


She worked for Southwestern Bell as a telephone operator, then the Salina and Abilene hospitals in admissions and medical records, retiring in 1991 from Raytheon formally Beach Aircraft as a secretary.

She was a life time member of IAM Union and Raytheon Employees Club.


She was preceded in death by her father Archie Ralph Fry, Sr. and mother Alma Mata Fick, her loving husband Jack P. Smith in 2003, son Rolland R. Crocker, brother Carl Fry and sister Dorothy Battles.


Survivors include her, children, Gilbert D. Crocker (Jody) of Manhattan, Ks, Arthur F. Crocker of Hillsboro, Ks, Cindy Ingermanson (Richard) of Solomon, Ks, Alean Gray (Damon) of Lynden, Wa, one daughter-in-law Amy Crocker of Arma, Ks, and two step-sons, Mark and Douglas Smith both of Salina, Ks, brother Archie Fry, Jr. of Salina, Ks; 8 grandchildren Kathy Howton, , Karlen Crocker, Sarah Wallace, Nathan Crocker, Jason Ingermanson, Jami Ingermanson, Christa Williamson and Laura Johnson. and 10 great grandchildren; Maya Crocker, Ashley Ingermanson, Megan Ingermanson and Jacob Ingermanson, Kevin Howton and Colton Howton, Ean Inks, Blake Johnson, Jaycee Sengchanh and Adam Denton.


Visitation will be Tuesday May 1st. 2018 from 2-7 pmwith family present from 5-7 pm at Roselawn Heights Memorial Chapel, 1920 East Crawford, Salina.


Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am Wednesday May 2nd. 2018 at Roselawn Heights Memorial Chapel, 1920 E. Crawford, Salina. Burial will be held at Roselawn Memorial Park.


Memorials may be made to

Charity of your choice in care of Roselawn Mortuary, PO Box 2322, Salina, 67402.


For online condolences contact Roselawn at

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