Location: Wichita

Remembering Kansas Bicycling Advocate Cecile Kellenbarger

A message from Roxanne Wright of the Oz Bicycle Club of Wichita:

If you haven’t yet heard Cecile Kellenbarger passed away at home, Monday April 4, 2011. Cecile was involved in many bicycle related projects. There are too many to mention here. She will always be remembered for the Wicked Wind 100. I know John would like to see many OZ Bicycle Club members come to the service. This will be a time that we all can celebrate her life and all that she has done for the bicycling community.

Memorial Service for Cecile Kellenbarger
Where: Eberly Farm, 13111 West 21St Street North, Wichita, KS.
Time: 2:00 PM on Sunday April 10, 2011

Anyone wanting to ride their bicycles to the memorial can gather at Heartland Bicycle Shop at 12:30 PM. The distance from Heartland to Eberly Farm is about 12 miles. For more information call Delores Craig at 316.304.4428.

As Roxanne mentioned, Cecile was involved in a huge number of cycling organizations and events. Here are just a few that I’m aware of:

Here is her obituary from the Wichita Eagle:

Cecile B. Kellenbarger

Kellenbarger, Cecile B., 55, Boeing Analyst, passed away Monday April 4, 2011. Memorial service 2 p.m., Sunday, April 10 at Eberly Farm, 13111 W. 21st, Wichita. Preceded in death by parents, Frank and Betty Kellenbarger. Survivors: husband, John Moore; step-mother, Dorothy Kellenbarger; brothers, Garth Kellenbarger of Wichita and Lance D. Kellenbarger (Trisha) of Derby, KS; step-daughter Shelly Padgett (Mike) of Hillsboro, KS; grandchildren, Camden and Connor Padgett; nieces and nephews; Lindsey, Ryan, Audrey, and Christopher Kellenbarger. A memorial has been established with Prairie Travelers, Inc. P.O. Box 781033, Wichita, KS, 67278-1033. Downing & Lahey Mortuary East. Tributes to the family via www.dlwichita.com.

Cecile did much to promote bicycling and trails in Wichita and Kansas as a whole. She will truly be missed.

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By Randy Rasa, editor/webmaster at Kansas Cyclist, the web's premier Kansas cycling information site, featuring authoritative guides to Kansas cycling clubs, bike shops, organized bike rides, touring, trails, and much more. [learn more]

One response to “Remembering Kansas Bicycling Advocate Cecile Kellenbarger”

  1. Bruno Capati says:

    oh yeah… wouldn’t work too well with the cars in the pic, but I usually do that to people that park just over the line the other way from the pic.