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March 07th, 2021

Lila May McAferty was born to James Floyd and Audrey Mozelle McAferty Dec. 3, 1930 in Topeka. 

She married Don in Topeka. He preceded her in death.

She was past president of Spearman's Gladiola Flower club and a member of Eastern Star #104.

She owned and operated a drive in restaurant, Lynx Den (later called Chicken Express) until she retired in 1977. She moved in 2010 to Indianapolis.

She volunteered for Meals on Wheels and Hospice in Spearman. 

She was an avid gardener and preferred outdoor activities.

Survivors include son, Darl and wife, Judy, Fort Worth, Texas; sister-in-law, Jean; brother-in-law, Travis, Liberal; four grandsons: Tyce and wife, Kellie, Grapevine, Texas, Thayne and wife, Amy, Fort Worth, Texas, Clayton and wife, Brooke, Cedar Park, Texas, and Kirby and wife, Lindsey, LaMesa, Calif.; four great grandchildren: Kensley and Kayson, Grapevine, Texas and Owen and Jack of Cedar Park; and several nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her parents; sons, Donald, and Kurtis Hergert; brother, Bob; and sister, Pat.

• The family requests memorials to National Kidney Fund or other charities of their choice. 

Due to COVID-19, graveside services will be planned at a later date. She and Kurtis will have their ashes interred in Liberal.

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