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Services set for teen crash victim

Kyler Postma

(KAIR)--Funeral services are set for the local teenager who died Sunday when his car collided with a semi-tanker in Jefferson County.  

Kyler Postma was 16-years-old.

According to an obituary from Horton’s Dishon-Maple-Chaney Mortuary, Postma, of Ozawkie, attended Jefferson West Schools for the past four-years.  He was currently a sophmore at Jeff West High School and a member of the school's basketball and baseball teams.

A onetime Effingham resident, Postma attended the Atchison County Community Schools prior to attending Jefferson West.

A celebration of life service for Postma is planned for Saturday morning at 11:00 at Jefferson West High School Gymnasium.

Among his survivors are his mother, Kelli Parkey, of Effingham, his father, Michael Postma, of Ozawkie, a brother, and five sisters.

According to a report from the Kansas Highway Patrol, the fatal wreck happened on K-4 Highway, in Meriden, around 9:30 Sunday morning.


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