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Services set for Brown Co fire victim

John Schaible

(KNZA)--Funeral services have been set for a rural Fairview man who died last week in a fire at his residence.

A celebration of life service for 67-year-old John Schaible will be held Friday, February 16th at 11:00 in the morning at the United Church of Christ in Fairview.

A mass in John’s honor will be Saturday, February 17th at 4:00 in the afternoon at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Sabetha.

The Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Hiawatha is handling the arrangements.  

Firefighters from six Brown County fire departments responded to the fire at 2144 Dewberry Road around 5:20 last Thursday morning.

Schiable’s body was discovered by emergency responders following the fire.

The cause of the fire, which is being investigated by the Kansas Fire Marshal’s Office, has not yet been determined.

Investigator Lamar Shoemaker tells MSC News he is still waiting on lab results. However, he said it does not immediately appear that the fire was suspicious.



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