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Brice J. Hight

June 15, 1955 — May 21, 2020

Brice Juan Hight, 64, formerly of Marysville, KS, died Thursday, May 21, 2020 at his sister's home in Hoyt, KS. Visitation will be Thursday, June 25, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Kinsley Mortuary, Marysville. A funeral service will be 10 a.m., Friday, June 26, 2020 at the First Christian Church, Marysville. Burial will be in the Marysville City Cemetery. Brice was born June 15, 1955 at Marysville to Bruce F. and Joy Janet (Scott) Hight. At a young age Brice fell in love with Harley Davidson motorcycles and the rest is history. He was an avid biker. He loved buying, trading, collecting motorcycle parts and tinkering with all aspects of Harley Davidson. He recently donated his pride and joy Dragster that he built to Topeka Harley Davidson to be put on display. At age 17, Brice received the 16th annual Young Columbus Award, a Kansas Press Association’s Awards of Excellence from Gov. Robert Docking and a 2 week trip to Switzerland and Greece as first prize in a competition for adding the most new subscribers to his route. Later in life he began delivering the Capital-Journal again. He always took pride in anything he did. For older people on his route, he would walk the paper up to the porch, so they had easier access. Other things that Brice did on his life journey were hitchhiking to Woodstock and attending the funeral of his hero, Evel Knievel. Brice held many jobs over the years including starting his own taxi service in Marysville. Brice also co-owned and operated the Sportsman Bar & Grill. His most recent job was at Landoll Corporation. He retired in February of 2019. In May of 2019 he moved to Lawrence to be with his fiancé. He was preceded in death by his parents; grandson, Trevor; uncle, Larry Wonnell; and cousin, Jeanine Brown. Survivors include his fiancé, Tanya Benton and her daughter, DaeLynn of Lawrence, KS; daughter, Branda (Joel) Jenkins; three sons, Shannon (Jessie) Moeller, BJ (Jessie) Hight and Brandon Hight; seventeen grandchildren; nine siblings, Evelyn Krug, Hollister, MO, Shirley Freeman, Frankfort, KS, Connie (Steve) Owens, Alba, TX, Susan (Rick) McKernan, Columbia, MO, Jill (Darrin) Stithem, Hoyt, KS, Julie (Rob) Roever and Jimmy (Sandy) Keller, Marysville, Bruce (Nina) Hight, Jr., Wamego, KS, and Bill (Janet) Hight, Lenexa, KS; two aunts, Lenora Wonnell, Topeka, KS, and Margaret Jane Smith, Campbell, CA; twenty-one nieces and nephews, many great nieces and nephews, four cousins and too many friends to count. A memorial fund has been established and will be designated later. Contributions may be sent in care of Kinsley Mortuary. Funeral procession for Brice J. Hight To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Brice J. Hight, please visit our flower store.



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