Junior Chris Arduser, son of Mathias and Edna (Whipple) Arduser, was born January 6, 1924, at home in rural Belden, Nebraska and departed this life on July 8, 2011 at the age of 87. Out of high school, Junior joined the Army Air Corps in order to fulfill his desire to serve his country in WWII. At the end of his service, he moved to Missouri where he met and married Barbara (Nickel) and had two children Chris Robert and Becky Ann. Shortly after beginning their family, they moved to Kansas City, MO where he worked as a guard at the Ford Motor Company. Later, he joined the Ironworkers Local #10 which he subsequently retired from and went back to his original love of farming. In the last nine years of his life, he was blessed with the love of his second wife June (Keeton) Arduser.
He is survived by his wife June Arduser of the home, one daughter Becky (Robert) Moore of Osceola, MO, grandson Kylan (Antonia) Moore, and great-granddaughters Leila, Mattia and Evelyn Moore of Lee’s Summit, MO, two stepsons Ron (Chris) Williams of Springfield, MO and Don Williams of Clinton, MO.
He is preceded in death by his parents Mathias and Edna Arduser, wife Barbara (Nickel) Arduser, 4 brothers, John Arduser of Nebraska, Robert, Dell and Dale Arduser all of Osceola, MO, one sister Betty (Arduser) Liewer of Osmond, Nebraska, son Chris Robert Arduser of Osceola, MO, and granddaughter Tara Radel Moore-Biesemeyer of Osceola, MO.